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Sporting events include shoot-out benefit for Relay for Life

LAND O'LAKES — Tampa Bay Sporting Clays will host a shoot-out on Saturday to raise money for the Relay for Life. Registration and sign-in begin at 7 a.m., followed by a safety briefing at 8:30 a.m. Shooting starts at 9 a.m. and the cost is $75 per person for 50 targets.

"The shoot-out consists of four-person teams that will shoot 50 rounds at eight different targets," event chairperson Laura Morello said. "The venue has been phenomenal in helping us get this organized. For people who haven't been out there, the facility will impress people because it's so beautiful."

Call Mary Happel toll-free at 1-800-854-2862, ext. 6343, or e-mail mhappel@pascosheriff.org.

VOLLEYBALL: Fivay High will host a skills volleyball camp from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Wednesday at Bayonet Point Middle School. It is for grades 5-10. Registration will be at the door and will cost $60. Call Linda McQuade at (727) 246-4000.

SAINT LEO BASKETBALL CAMP: Saint Leo University basketball coach Mike Madagan will conduct a summer basketball day camp from Monday through Thursday. Boys and girls of all skill levels entering grades 2-9 are welcome. The emphasis of the camp will be the improvement of individual fundamental skills in a fun and safe setting. Campers will be grouped according to size, age and ability. Both half- and full-day sessions are available; the cost is $150 for full-day or $120 for a half-day. All campers will receive a T-shirt and lunch. For a brochure, call Mike Madagan at (352) 588-8224 or e-mail him at mike.madagan@saintleo.edu.

HUDSON BASKETBALL CAMP: Hudson High's second annual summer basketball camp is scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in the gym. The camp is open to boys and girls ages 6-14 and costs $80. There will include daily games, instruction from Hudson coaches and players, a camp T-shirt and a mini basketball. Call head coach Jason Vetter at (813) 503-4906 or e-mail him at jvetter@pasco.k12.fl.us.

RIVER RIDGE BASKETBALL CAMP: Coach D's Basketball Boot Camp will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Friday at River Ridge High School . The camp is for kids going into grades 1-9 and costs $75. A concession stand will be open for lunch. Contact Joeyn Dearsman by e-mailing jdearsma@pasco.k12.fl.us or call (727) 774-7200.

CHASCO BASKETBALL CAMP: Chasco Middle School will conduct a basketball camp Monday through Thursday and a soccer camp June 28 to July 1. The camps cost $45 each and will run from 9 a.m. to noon each day. Contact athletic director Al Marotta at (727) 774-1316 or e-mail him at amarotta@pasco.k12.fl.us.

GOLF: The Regency Crossings branch of Superior Bank's charity golf tournament to benefit Chasco Elementary School was postponed from May 29 to June 26. It will now take place at Seven Springs Country Club in New Port Richey at 8:30 a.m. Registration for the four-person scramble will be open until the day of the tournament and costs $150 per person. To register, contact Amber Murdock at (727) 842-7600 or e-mail her at amber.murdock@superiorbank.com.

FISHING: The fourth annual Charlie Nikolet Fisherman Against Cancer Tournament will take place on June 26 at the Seaside Inn in Port Richey. The tournament benefits the American Cancer Society and will target trout and redfish. The entry fee is $60 per angler, with kids under 12 free. Registration and a mandatory captain's meeting will take place at 7 p.m. June 25 at Seaside Inn. For details, contact Skip Wilson at (727) 514-5644 or Rose Wilson at (727) 992-3301.

David Rice can be reached at davidrice83@gmail.com.

Sporting events include shoot-out benefit for Relay for Life 06/16/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 6:31pm]
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