The Thunder Crew and Fusion (U-15 boys) will hold supplemental tryouts beginning the last week of June for fall and spring play. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SAC United White (U-11 girls) team is looking for players for the fall and spring. Email mstromberg13@gmail or call 410-207-5174.
Thunder Soccer Club's Spurs (rising U-10 boys) team is holding tryouts by request. The team will play in CMSSL and several tournaments. Email email@example.com if interested in trying out.
Thunder Soccer Club's Siafu (rising U-14 girls, born on or after Aug. 1, 1998) are holding supplemental tryouts all summer long at practices. The team is in WAGS Division 1 and plans to play in the Region 1 Colonial League in the spring. Go to ThunderSoccerClub.org or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Central Maryland Soccer Association is registering teams for the fall season which begins Sept. 8-9. The league is open to all USSA-affiliated school, recreation and club-level travel teams. CMSA offers separate leagues for boys and girls from age 8 through 18. Teams play on Saturdays and Sundays. Call 410-363-8610 or go to http://www.cmsasoccer.com.
The Central Maryland Soccer Association is sponsoring the following youth tournaments this fall: The Carroll County Challenge Cup (Aug. 18-19), the Columbus Classic (Oct. 6-7) and the Thanksgiving Soccer Classic (Nov. 24-25). All events offer separate boys and girls competitions for ages 8 through 18 with 8v8 competition for age 8 through 12; and 11v11 competition for ages 12 through 18. A, B and C competition levels will be offered as registration allows. Go to http://www.cmsasoccer.com or call 410-363-8610.
The regular meeting of Talkin' Baseball will take place Saturday, July 14 at 9 a.m. at Brighton Gardens, 7110 Minstrel Way, Columbia. Bill Gilbert will discuss his book, "Now Pitching, Bob Feller." Call 410-740-1145.
Leader's Baseball Camp has multiple sessions for rising second to ninth graders, including pitching and catching. This camp includes instruction from current District 5 Coach of the Year Adam Leader and his staff, visits from professional baseball players, discussions with professional sports physical therapists about arm care, and a trip to an Orioles game. Go to Leadersbaseballcamp.weebly.com or call 443-538-6488.
Professional Baseball Training is offering two separate weeks of camp at Howard High School. Campers will be split up by age group and have their own instructor(s). The camps run July 16-20 and 23-27. Camp options include single-day, half day, full day, full week and both weeks. The full day is from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and a discount is offered for those attending full day both weeks. The half day camp is 9 a.m.-noon. Discounts are offered for early registration.
The camp levels are Rookies (rising third-fifth graders), Minors (rising sixth-eighth graders) and Majors (rising ninth-12th graders). The Majors Camp only runs from 9 a.m.-noon.
The First Tee of Howard County has openings in its summer program that begins July 7 and ends Aug. 29. First Tee provides golf and life skills instruction for participants, ages 6 through 17. It is a nationally recognized program and chapter. Each level of the program is age appropriate. Go to http://www.thefirstteehowardcounty.org or call 410-730-1114.
Tom Marechek's All Pro Lacrosse, which has merged with Under Armour Lacrosse, is offering boys day and overnight camps for boys ages 7-17. The Maryland Camp will be held at Goucher College in Baltimore. All skill levels are welcome. Cost: $365 (day camp), $425 (extended day), $525 (overnight). Discounts are available. Go to http://www.allprolax.com.
CCC Cheer will be holding evaluations for those age 14-and-under who are interested in a recreational cheer squad. Email email@example.com or call 410-637-5999.
The Glenelg High School Boosters are running camps in football, baseball, softball, speed and agility, soccer, girls lacrosse and field hockey. There is also Camp Inclusion (students with disabilities). Go to http://www.glenelgboosters.com.
Team registration is being accepted for the Maryland Summer Field Hockey Festival scheduled for July 20-22 in Westminster. The Festival is open to all travel-level school, recreation and club-affiliated teams.
Competition is available in the middle school U-14, junior varsity and varsity high school levels, and the Coed age 21-and-older level. Registration forms are available at http://www.usamateursports.com/fh_summer.