Editor's note: This corrects the price of admission and cost for wheelchair atheletes to participare.
Roll Forth and Conquer, a fundraiser to benefit Wheelchair Lacrosse, will be from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday at The Rinks in Huntington Beach. Admission is $5 and includes food, raffle tickets and a wheelchair lacrosse demo game. There is no charge for wheelchair athletes. The Rinks is at 555 McFadden Ave. For more information or to purchase tickets, call (714) 296-8319, e-mail email@example.com, or visit http://www.wheelchairlacrosse.com.
Local team holding fundraisers
The Clash 14-Under girls' Gold All-Star team from South Huntington Beach Girls Fastpitch Softball is holding a pair of fundraising events Saturday. A rummage sale will run from 7 a.m. to noon at the softball fields at Edison Community Center (8850 Stilwell Dr.). A car wash will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 20932 Brookhurst St.
The fundraising events are being held to help alleviate the cost of travel expenses for the upcoming Western National American Softball Assn. tournament in Roseville from Aug. 2 to 8.
Youth hoops camp opens Monday at Edison
The 11th annual Edison Basketball Youth Camp, co-sponsored by PCH Hoops, opens Monday at the Edison High gymnasium. The camp is open to youth grades third through eighth at a cost of $120 per entry.
Youngsters will be taught the game of basketball in a fun, positive atmosphere. High school coaches from Edison and other area schools will instruct campers on the fundamentals of the game. Each participant will receive a basketball at the conclusion of camp and will be entered daily for raffle prizes.
The camp runs from 1 to 4 p.m. through July 30. For registration information, call (949) 378-4416.
Lifeletics baseball camp starts Monday
The Lifeletics Summer Baseball Camp, a five-day workout involving elite instruction from professional coaches, begins its third camp session Monday at Wardlow Park, home of Huntington Valley Little League, in Huntington Beach. The camp runs through July 30. The final academy session at Wardlow Park is Aug. 2 to 6.
Lebard Park, home of Seaview Little League, hosts the Aug. 16 to 20 and Aug. 23 to 27 sessions. All academy sessions are from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Morning stations will blend individual instruction with station-to-station work (pitching, hitting, fielding, outfield, repetitions), with each athlete receiving small-group private instruction in each station.
After a short break, the itinerary continues with quick-hitting, high-energy station instruction in fundamental areas such as rundowns, cuts/relays, team defense, skills, baseball athleticism and swing repetition.
The Summer Academy, now in its 10th year, also involves an Olympic-style competition as well as game competition and position-specific training. Lifeletics' Format B involves game competition, as well. For registration and cost information, visit the website, http://www.lifeletics.com.