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Youth camps, clinics and leagues

12:43 AM, Mar. 29, 2013  |  Comments
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Listings are subject to change, so call ahead if traveling a long distance. All telephone numbers are area code 920 unless noted. To submit an event, write to Youth Events Calendar, Green Bay Press-Gazette, Sports, P.O. Box 23430, Green Bay, WI 54305-3430; fax to (920) 431-8379; or email sports@greenbaypressgazette.com. Include your event's day and date, place, fees, details, contact person, phone number, email and website addresses.

BASEBALL

Green Bay Westside Baseball League registration: The league has joined the Cal Ripken league and is open to all players on the west side, West De Pere, Hobart, Ashwaubeon and Oneida. www.GBWYBaseball.com or Amy Komis, 496-0807.

Green Bay Babe Ruth registration: Ages 13-18. Forms at www.freewebs.com/gbbaberuth/.

Allouez Little League summer registration: Leagues for ages 7-9 and 10-12 at Webster Park. Kids pitch in both leagues. Tricia Wittig, tabbwit12@aol.com.

Miracle League of Green Bay registration: Registration online at www.greenbaymiracleleague.com through Friday. Play begins June 1 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursday evenings. $45. Miracle League provides an opportunity for children 4-19 with mental or physical challenges to play baseball. Games are played on special rubber surface facility at Resch Miracle Field in Optimist Park, Libal and Kalb St., Allouez. Paul Liegeois, LiegeoisPaul@aol.com or 544-0072.

House of Speed hitting and pitching instruction: Mondays-Fridays, 4-6 p.m., House of Speed, 807 Parkview Road, Ashwaubenon. $25 to $45 per session, group and team rates available. Mike, 595-0462, for hitting or Kris, 629-5223.

Players Choice skills camp: Monday, 1-2:30 p.m., Players Choice of the Fox Cities, Appleton. Ages 7-13. $25. Fundamental skills, including throwing, hitting and baserunning. www.pcfoxcities.com/baseballcamps.html or Carolyn Koehler, carolynk@pantherbaseballclub.org.

Players Choice preseason fielding camp: Saturday, 2-3:30 p.m., Players Choice of the Fox Cities, Appleton. Ages 9-15. $35. www.pcfoxcities.com/baseballcamps.html or Kyle Crosby, kylec@pcfoxcities.com.

Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Academy: Official baseball camp of the Brewers. June 24-28, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Green Bay Notre Dame. Ages 6-14. Players receive full uniform, digital swing analysis, 4 Brewers tickets, VIP trip to Miller Park to meet a player and work with Brewers coach. 30 hours of camp for $395. www.brewers.com/camps or tim.rappe@brewers.com.

BASKETBALL

Higher Level Camps AAU tryouts: April 7, 1 p.m., UW-Fond du Lac. Boys, girls, grades 4-11. www.higherlevelcamps or 929-9008.

Coach Wardle's UWGB spring clinics: April 14 and May 12, noon-3 p.m., Kress Events Center, UWGB campus. Boys, girls, grades K-6. $30. Forms at www.coachwardlescamp.com. Colin Schneider, schneidc@uwgb.edu.

Players Choice skills sessions: Mondays, April 8-22, Players Choice of the Fox Cities, Appleton. Ages 8-10, 4-5 p.m.; ages 11-3, 5-6 p.m. $65 per session. Will Baldwin, willb@pcfoxcities.com or 560-5888.

Players Choice summer leagues: Grades 5-6, 7-8, Players Choice of the Fox Cities, Appleton. Boys - Thursdays, June 13-27 and July 11; Girls - Wednesdays, June 12-26 and July 10. 2 games per week. $47.50 per player, deadline June 1. Will Baldwin, willb@pcfoxcities.com or 560-5888.

Brian Butch camps: June 24-27, July 8-11, Appleton West High School. Grades 1-4, $95; grades 5-8, $110; grades 9-12, $125. Register for both camps, get $20 discount. Forms at brianbutchbasketball.com.

FOOTBALL

7-on-7 middle school passing league: Fridays for eight weeks, Synergy Fields, 807 Parkview Road, Ashwaubenon. Grades 6-8, played on turf. $500 per team. www.synergyfields.com or 632-4185.

7-on-7 high school passing league: Sundays beginning April 7 for eight weeks, Synergy Fields, 807 Parkview Road, Ashwaubenon. Grades 9-12, played on turf. WIAA registered officials. $550 per team. www.synergyfields.com or 632-4185.

Allouez Buccaneers registration: Grades 5-8. Forms at www.allouezbucsfootball.com. Sign-up night, April 11, 6-8 p.m., Allouez Community Center. Paul Ihlenfeldt, 338-9560.

St. Joe's Youth Football registration: Grades 5-8. April 15 - 6:30-8 p.m., Harmony Cafe, 1660 W. Mason St., Green Bay. $60. Nicole Geniesse, ngeniesse@msn.com or 360-0024.

Green Bay Packers youth camp: July 15-19, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Green Bay East High School, 1415 E. Walnut St. Noncontact instruction. Learn to run, throw, catch, defend and compete the Packers way. $349, early-bird discounts available. www.PackersCamps.com or (866) 246-9800.

GOLF

First Tee program: Junior golf classes for ages 5-17 at Mr. Golf, Highland Ridge Golf Course and Ledgeview Golf Course. Classes are small, divided by age and are taught by certified instructors. Register at www.thefirstteenew.org. For information, email thefirstteenew@gmail.com or call 606-6607.

LACROSSE

YMCA program: Boys, girls, grades 3-5. Saturday afternoons, April 13-June 1, West Side YMCA, Howard. Y Family members, free; others, $69. Micki Klemencic, 436-9551.

RUNNING

Distance Demons running club: Grades 3-8. Fun training for cross country, track and field and road race events. www.distancedemons.org or 309-0784.

SKATING

Learn to Skate program: U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills program, De Pere Ice Arena, 1450 Ft. Howard Ave., De Pere, next to Brown County Fairgrounds. Thursday evenings and Saturdays. All ages, levels. $64 per six-week session. Skate rental, $2. 569-9494 or learntosk8@greatergreenbayfsc.com.

SOFTBALL

Allouez Girls Softball registration: Leagues for ages 6-16. Don't have to be a resident of Allouez to participate. Register at www.agsleague.com before today's deadline; evaluation night April 15. Tom Hanamann, thanamann@gmail.com or 634-7475.

West Side Girls Softball registration: Ages 6-8 - $35. League runs May-June. Dave Crevcoure, Dcrevcoure@yahoo.com or 339-9918. Ages 9-12 - April 27, 10 a.m.-noon, John Muir Park. $45. League runs June-July. Kerry Calba, kcalba@new.rr.com or 649-0019. Ages 13-17 - April 27, noon-1:30 p.m., John Muir Park. $45. League runs June-July. Kerry Calba, kcalba@new.rr.com or 649-0019.

HYSA winter and spring clinic: Howard-Suamico residents in grades 4K-8. Saturday, Bay Port High School. Pitching, catching, throwing, hitting instruction. www.hysayouth.com/softball/.

10U fastpitch players wanted: New Fox Valley area fastpitch club looking for 10U players, regardless of skill level. Craig Elliott, ellmad01@yahoo.com or Chad Mix at chadmix9@gmail.com.

SWIMMING

Nike camp: July 7-11, J.M. Storzer Center, Ripon College. Boys, girls, ages 10-18. $365 for day campers, $465 overnight campers. Marty Wahle, wahlem@ripon.edu or 748-8848.

TENNIS

Green Bay lessons: Tykes, ages 4-6, and Juniors, ages 7-17. Mondays and Wednesdays (Fisk Park, Preble High) or Tuesdays and Thursdays (Astor Park, Preble High), June 11-July 22. Tykes, 9:15-10 a.m.; Junior beginners, 9-10 a.m. or 10-11 a.m.; Junior advanced and intermediate, 11 a.m.-noon. Green Bay residents, $28; others, $42. Deadline 2 p.m. June 5. Forms at Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department, 100 N. Jefferson St., Room 510 or www.green-bay.org. 448-3365.

TRIATHLON

Green Bay Multisport Youth and Junior team: Youth - ages 8- 15; Junior - 16-19. Practices start in May. www.greenbaymultisport.com or Brian, 360-4890.

VOLLEYBALL

UWGB spring fling clinics: April 10 and 23, 5-8 p.m., Kress Events Center, UW-Green Bay campus. Grades 7-12. $40 per session. Patrick Bowlin, bowlinp@uwgb.edu or 465-2831.

YMCA program: Girls, grades 1-6. Saturday mornings, April 13-June 1, times, locations vary. Y Family members, free; others, $59. Registration for members: Monday, 5-8 p.m., all YMCA locations; nonmembers: Tuesday, 5-8 p.m., all locations. $10 late fee after March 21. Deadline April 9. Micki Klemencic, 436-9551.

Lawrence spring position training: Girls, grades 9-12. Wednesdays, May 8-22, Alexander Gymnasium, Lawrence University, Appleton. Hitters/setters: 7-8 p.m.; libero/defensive: 8-9 p.m. $25, includes T-shirt. Deadline May 1. Forms at www.lawrence.edu. Matt Schoultz, matthew.schoultz@lawrence.edu or 993-6280.

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