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Ridgewood basketball camp to focus on individual, team basics

Ridgewood High School's coaching staff will host a basketball camp for boys and girls ages 9-15 at Ridgewood on June 15-18. The cost of the camp is $55. Each camper will receive a T-shirt or basketball. Individual and team fundamentals will be stressed along with daily contests.

For more information, contact Gary Anders at (727) 774-3933 or e-mail to ganders@pasco.k12.fl.us.

MORE BASKETBALL: An eight-week summer basketball season will be held at the East Pasco Family YMCA from June 15 to Aug. 4. There will be a skills clinic June 1 and 3 at 6:30 p.m. Registration is open until June 12 and the cost is $60 for members with $10 off for each additional child. All nonmembers must pay a one-time fee of $25.

For more information, call Shawn Brown at (813) 780-9622 or e-mail him at shawn.brown@tampaymca.org.

TENNIS: Quail Ridge Country Club and Brent Wellman will host sport camps this summer for tennis, golf, fitness and swimming from June 8 to Aug. 13.

The camps will run Monday through Thursday and will vary in length. Half-day classes will run from 9-11:30 a.m. and cost $75. Full day classes run from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and will cost $140. Classes are for kids ages 7-16. There are no refunds and rain-out days will be made up.

Online registration is available at www.brentwellman.com or call (727) 919-2011.

MORE TENNIS: The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will hold a Power Tennis Camp from June 15-19 for players ages 8-18 of all experience levels.

The camp will be at River Ridge High School from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The cost is $175 and for a second child it's $125. Each additional child is $75 while there is a high school special team price of $125 per player (minimum 4 players).

For more information, contact Tom Koubek at (352) 854-9896 or e-mail him at tkoubek@fca.org.

SOCCER: Soccer tryouts for the Fusion Futbol Club of Tampa Bay (formerly known as Black Watch Soccer Club and New Tampa Soccer Association) will be May 26-31.

Tryouts will be at two field locations based on the age of the player trying out. The U15, U16, U17, U18 boys and girls tryouts will be Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday of that week at the Fusion 30th Street Fields at 11111 30th St. in North Tampa.

The U11-U14 boys and girls tryouts will be Wednesday, Friday and Saturday of that week with the U9 and U10 teams set to tryout that Saturday and Sunday. Those tryouts will take place at the New Tampa Community Park Fields at 17302 Commerce Park Blvd.

For more information, visit www.fusionfutbol.com.

MORE SOCCER: The Wesley Chapel Soccer Club will hold tryouts for its Flames competitive teams ages 7-18 on May 26-31 at Wesley Chapel District Park.

Visit www.wesleychapelsoccer.com for more information and the specific dates and times for each age division.

EVEN MORE SOCCER: Hudson Soccer's competitive team tryouts will be held June 1-6 at Veterans Memorial Park.

For specific age group dates and times, go to www.hudsonyouthsoccer.com or call Armand Desroberts at (727) 992-8528.

BASEBALL: ROCK (Reaching Our Communities Kids) Sports will hold open registration for its T-ball/baseball program for kids ages 4-12. The cost is $55 for T-ball and $75 for baseball.

The deadline to register is June 8 and the necessary paperwork can be picked up in the Oasis World Outreach Church office. Teams will have one practice and one game per week on Tuesday evening, Thursday evening, or Saturday. All events will be held at Davis Field, located behind Oasis World Outreach Church at 35636 State Road 54 West in Zephyrhills.

For additional details, call (813) 715-7901 or e-mail the athletic director at jr@oasisworldoutreach.org. Interested parties can also visit www.oasisworldoutreach.org/rock-sports.html.

Submit upcoming events, registrations, info to communitysports@tampabay.com.

Ridgewood basketball camp to focus on individual, team basics 05/21/09 [Last modified: Thursday, May 21, 2009 4:22pm]
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