PLAYERS: American Legion Post 2001 evaluations will be May 13. Juniors, 17-and-younger at noon; seniors, 19-and-younger at 2 p.m., Stone Bridge High School. No walk-ups. Contact Tom Whipple, whipp99@
PLAYERS: Northern Virginia Warriors seek players to compete in a 25-and-older team for the D.C. Men’s Senior Baseball League. Games are played Sundays in Loudoun and Fairfax counties. Jeff Weldon, 703-371-8831 or email@example.com.
CAMP: The Leesburg Parks and Recreation Department will partner with the Washington Wizards and Washington Mystics professional basketball teams to offer a summer basketball camp for ages 8-17. A limited number of scholarships are available. The camp will run 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 9-13 at Ida Lee Park Recreation Center. Registration before June 1, $325; after June 1, $355. www.wizardsmysticscamps.com or 703-777-1368.
CAMP: for ages 8-14. 9 a.m.-noon July 16-20, Calvary Temple Church, 50214 Triple Seven Rd., Sterling. Free. Register at www.ctcevents.org, by calling 703-430-7307 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
COACHES: Loudoun Freedom seeks coaches. E-mail Michael Turner, email@example.com.
PLAYERS: Ashburn-Sterling Youth spring league registration is open to players ages 5-14. 571-225-5494, www.i9sports.com.
SKILLS LEAGUE: i9 Sports Association of Loudoun offers a skills development league for boys and girls ages 3-13. www.i9sports.com.
PLAYERS: Loudoun Triple Threat Amateur Athletic Union boys’ and girls’ basketball program seeks coaches and players who are looking to compete on a regional, state and national basis. loudountriplethreat.org or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FUNDAMENTALS: The Loudoun County parks department is registering boys and girls ages 3-5 to learn basketball fundamentals. Douglas Community Center, Leesburg. 703-771-5913 or dcc@
OFFICIALS: Dulles Football Officials seek officials 15 and older for youth and middle-school-level games in Loudoun. John Joback, 571-283-
OFFICIALS: i9 Sports of Loudoun County is looking for youth flag football officials, 17 and older. Games are played Saturdays; training is provided. email@example.com.
FLAG FOOTBALL: Fauquier Youth Flag Football League seeks teams for the second annual 5v5 NFL youth rules Elite Youth Flag Football Championships on June 16 at Kettle Run High School. Contact Mathew James, firstname.lastname@example.org or Joe Kearney,email@example.com.
FLAG FOOTBALL: South Riding, Ashburn and Leesburg flag football leagues and the Cascade/Sterling Youth Football Association, sponsored by i9 Sports of Loudoun County, offers early-bird fall registration at a discount for ages 4-14. Go to www.i9sports.com to register.
FOOTBALL CAMP: Ashburn-based NOVA Youth Flag Football League is registering players ages 5-14 for summer camps that will include guest appearances by members of the Washington Redskins and football skills, speed and agility training by certified instructors. Camp weeks are June 18-22 and Aug. 6-10. Discounts are available to those attending both weeks. www.novasummercamps.com.
FOOTBALL CAMP: Dulles South Youth Sports registration is open for ages 7-16. Dulles South is a member of the Fairfax County Youth Football League. www.dullesyouth.com.
CAMP: Upper Corner Lacrosse registration is open for its ninth annual summer camp for boys and girls, July 16-20 at Loudoun Country Day School, Leesburg. Register at www.uppercorncerlacrosse.com.
PLAYERS: Leesburg girls’ travel soccer team, LFC Raiders, 15-and-younger, is moving to 16-and-younger in the fall and seeks players. Year-round soccer. Coach Dan, 703-868-
0984 or Drucker@sjcherndon.org.
PLAYERS: Cavalier Lacrosse will have tryouts for 11-and-younger, 13-and-younger and 15-and-younger players and high school teams. Bruce Lipson, 703-300-1494, www.
PLAYERS: Algonkian Lacrosse in Sterling is accepting online registration from boys and girls ages 5-14, for recreation and travel programs. www.algonkianlacrosse.org.
CAMP: for children ages 7-14. Take shin guards and cleats. 9 a.m.-noon, July 23-July 27, Calvary Temple Church, 50214 Triple Seven Rd., Sterling. Free. Register at www.
ctcevents.org, call 703-430-7307 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLAYERS: ODFC South Riding Sting, age 12-and-younger WAGS team, seeks players. 703-929-8331 or email@example.com.
PLAYERS: LFC Avalanche, a girls’ 16-and-younger WAGS team, is looking for experienced players. Coach Chas Sumser, 703-969-0281, firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOCCER: i9 Sports of Loudoun County offers a street soccer program from Europe and South America. www.i9sports.com, 571-
SOCCER: i9 Sports of Loudoun County offers a European soccer skills league for ages 6-13. www.
PLAYERS: Old Dominion Football Club, a WAGS Division 4, 15-and-younger girls’ team, seeks players. email@example.com, 703-338-
PLAYERS: ASC Rebels girls’ team seeks high-school-age players. Coach Rob Rabinek, 703-724-0074, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ADULT PLAYERS: Purcellville Sports Pavilion is sponsoring adult co-ed pickup soccer games at 8 p.m. Thursdays. $10 a player. Frank Fonte, 540-751-1050 or email@example.com.
PLAYERS: Fire and Ice 16-and-younger girls’ travel softball team is looking for an experienced catcher and shortstop. John Mehalic, 703-969-7310, firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLAYERS: Fire and Ice Girls Fastpitch Softball Association is accepting applications for coaches for 12-and-younger and 14-and-younger teams. Debbie Polen, 703-980-9951.
PLAYERS: Loudoun Girls Little League registration is open for girls ages 4-18. www.loudounsoftball.org.
CHEERLEADING: Loudoun cheerleading and instructional league: www.i9sports.com.
GOLF TOURNAMENT: Broad Run High School Athletic Booster Club will host a captain’s choice golf tournament, 1:30 p.m. June 14. $100. email@example.com.
GOLF TOURNAMENT: Purcellville Volunteer Fire Company’s third annual fundraising golf tournament will be from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. May 14, at Loudoun Golf and Country Club, 36967 West Main St., Purcellville. $125. Contact Chris 571-209-7605.
GOLF: Girls’ golf team forming for ages 13-18 in Loudoun and Fairfax counties to compete with girls’ high school teams. Practices will be in the Reston-Sterling-Ashburn area. Howard Rubin, 703-948-6549, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ICE SKATING: Prince William Ice Center has skating and hockey classes Monday evenings and Saturday mornings. www.pwice.com.
IN-INE SKATING: Potomac Inlin e Hockey offers fr ee lessons year-round, 8-9 a.m . Saturdays at the Box, Chantilly. 703-961-8280, www.potomachockey.com , youth@
T-BALL: i9 Sports of Loudoun County will offer a fall youth T-Ball league for ages 3- 6 in Ashburn, Leeesburg, Sterling and South Riding, to prepare boys and girls for Little League baseball. For information or to register, go to www.i9sports.com or call 571-225-5494.
VOLLEYBALL: Ashburn Youth Volleyball League, run by college all-star player Jowita Snowden, is registering players ages 7-14. www.i9sports.com, 571-225-5494.
WATER POLO: The Naval Academy Aquatics Club is offering water polo for players age 7 through high school, at the Claude Moore Recreation Center in Sterling. Coach Mike Schofield, 410-293-5558, email@example.com.
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