CAMP: Potomac Baseball is holding sessions for four age groups. 9 a.m.-noon daily. Session 1, ages 11-14, June 24-27; session 2, ages 11-14, July 8-11; session 3, ages 9-10, July 15-18; session 4, ages 9-14, pitchers and catchers, Aug. 5-8. $100. Mike Covington email@example.com, 703-441-7821; www.potomacpanthers.org.
INDOOR CAMP: Base-2-Base is holding a camp run by J.T. Gregory, a Gar-Field graduate who played baseball at Wilmington University, for ages 8-14. 9-11 a.m. July 15-19 and Aug. 19-23. www.pwacva.com, 703-380-6667, firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAMP: Ebenezer Baptist Church Sports Ministry is hosting the Ballin’ Your Best 2 Summer camp for boys and girls 6-14. 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday, June 24-28, $125, before Monday; $140 after. Free lunch. www.ebenezerbc.org, email@example.com.
COACHES: Team Impact seeks coaches for its AAU boys team. 571-533-2854, firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLAYERS: VA Elite AAU basketball will hold tryouts for boys and girls 12-and-younger and 13-and-younger Saturday. Coach Perry, 703-725-7874, email@example.com.
OFFICIALS: High school officials and clock operators are needed. No experience required. Classroom and field training provided. 540-837-1316, firstname.lastname@example.org.
TRAINING: House of Speed is offering position-specific training for all ages. Chris Montanez, Fred McDannell, 703-624-5726, email@example.com.
CAMPS: Soccer Academy will hold camps for all ages of children and adults throughout June, July and August for individuals and teams. 703-393-7961, www.soccer-academy.com.
YOUTH INDOOR LEAGUES: The nZone is accepting applications for boys and girls teams 9-and-younger to 14-and-younger. Six games starting July 6. 703-266-0118, www.thenzone.com.
CAMP: George Mason Victory Soccer Academy is offering summer camps for all ages. Team and individual sessions available. www.victorysocceracademy.com.
CAMP: Chip Rohr’s soccer camp will offer one-week sessions for boys and girls, ages 6-13. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 15-19 and July 29-Aug. 2, Linton Hall School. 703-368-3000, www.chiprohrsoccer.com.
ADULT INDOOR LEAGUE: For men 30 and older and coed leagues. Marie Schweitzer, text 202-680-2480, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ADULT INDOOR LEAGUE: Prince William Athletic Center, 13000 Sport and Health Dr., Woodbridge, is accepting applications for these leagues: Mondays, men open; Wednesdays, men 20 and older; Saturdays, coed; and Sundays, women 25 and older. 703-898-1008, email@example.com.
BOARD POSITIONS: Prince William Titans AAU travel teams seek a director and commissioner. 571-285-4070, www.pwsports.org.
PLAYERS: Prince William Athletic Center is holding skills training sessions for boys and girls, 3-5. 2 p.m. Thursdays, Prince William Athletic Center, 13000 Sport and Health Dr., Woodbridge. www.
GOALKEEPERS: Just 4 Keeps is hosting a camp in Wilson, N.C., June 28-30. Larry Dolph, 703 239-4545; www.goalkeepercamps.net.
TRYOUTS: NVSC Jr. Majestics (Prince William County) is holding tryouts for three WAGS, 12-and younger, girls travel soccer team. Must be born after Aug. 1, 2001. Marie Schweitzer, firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLAYERS: Virginia state champions will be holding tryouts for experienced players for a 14-and-younger boys team. Must be born after Aug. 1, 1998. Coach Kevin McKenna, 703-583-2390, email@example.com.
YOUTH TRAINING: For girls 12 to 15 to prepare them for middle or high school tryouts in the Woodbridge area. Marie Schweitzer, firstname.lastname@example.org, 202-680-2480.
YOUTH TRAINING: Youth Futbolito Indoor Training for ages 6 to 14. Train 7-8 p.m. Wednesdays, Manassas Soccer, Sports and Training facility. Rody Vargas, 703-856-8605, email@example.com.
YOUTH TRAINING: Prince William County Sports Athletic Organization offers soccer training. 703-580-9414, 571-271-4749, 703-623-6484, firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLAYERS: Northern Virginia Senior Softball is seeking players, men 50 and older and women 40 and older, for Tuesday and Thursday morning games. www.nvss.org; Ted Brown, 703-913-0028; Dave Scheele, 703-524-5576.
UMPIRES: Prince William Lassie League girls slow pitch softball is seeking players 16 and older to train for paid positions for the upcoming season. 703-470-6629, email@example.com, www.pwlassieleague.org.
PLAYERS: Golden Girls Senior league is looking for players 40 and older. Plays on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings in Vienna. Donna, 703-615-4563, www.goldengirls.org.
PLAYERS: Prince William Quest volleyball seeks players for its AAU girls travel league, ages 11 to 17; elite girls team, ages 14 to 17; and developmental league for girls, grades five to eight. 571-271-4749, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.pwsports.org.
PLAYERS: Sports Network and Fitness in Manassas is registering teams and individuals for a Sunday-night coed league. 703-335-1555, www.sportsnetworkandfitness.com.
JUNIOR GOLF CAMPS: Bull Run Golf Academy is hosting junior camps for boys and girls 5-14, with morning and afternoon sessions available. Bull Run Golf Club, Haymarket. www.golfbullrun.com, 703-753-7777, Ext.1
ROWING FOR CHILDREN: The Prince William Crew Association is offering two one-week camps for high- and middle-school students. 8 a.m. July 8 and 15, Oxford Boathouse, Lake Ridge Park. www.pwrc.org.
TENNIS: Western Prince William Tennis Academy has youth camps in June and July at Patriot High School. www.westernpwta.com.
ROWING: Prince William Rowing Club of Woodbridge is hosting the annual Learn-to-Row Open House Day for adults and teens. 1-3 p.m. Sunday. www.pwrc.org.
BOARD MEMBERS: Prince William County Sports Athletic Organization needs to fill board positions. 703-580-9414, 571-271-4749, email@example.com.
CHEERLEADERS: Northern Virginia Youth Athletic Association, Hylton Boys & Girls Club American Youth Football & Cheer Program is holding registration for ages 5-13. $130. Jonelle Sanders-Walker, 703-598-3307, firstname.lastname@example.org; www.nvyaa.com.
CHEERLEADING COACH: Northern Virginia Youth Athletic Association, Hylton Boys & Girls Club American Youth Football & Cheer Program is seeking head coaches for the cheer program. Jonelle Sanders-Walker, 703-598-3307, email@example.com; www.nvyaa.com.
CHEERLEADING COACH: Prince William County Sports Athletic Organization seeks a director and volunteers. 703-580-9414, 571-271-4749, 703-623-6484.
HOOP DANCE FITNESS: Hula-hoop dance and core-strengthening class meets 12:15 p.m. Sundays at Freedom Aquatic and Fitness Center, 9100 Freedom Center Blvd., Manassas. No registration required. Hoops provided. $8; club members, free. 703-993-8444.
SWIMMING: Occoquan Swimming is registering for year-round and seasonal memberships. Freedom Aquatic and Fitness Center, Dale City Recreation Center, and Chinn Aquatics and Fitness Center. Aaron, 703-309-3057; www.swimoccs.org.
— Compiled by Bonnie Smith