BASEBALL

POTOMAC CANNONS CAMP: The Potomac Cannons, the Class A minor league baseball team located in Woodbridge, will host a baseball camp July 19-21 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. each day at Pfitzner Stadium for boys and girls ages 8-13. The camp is $120, and the deadline for registration is July 14. Lunch is provided each day, and campers will receive a t-shirt and two tickets to the Cannons' home game on July 21. Registration forms are available at www.potomaccannons.com.

HOCKEY

POTOMAC INLINE CAMPS: Potomac Inline Hockey in Chantilly, Va. is offering two week-long roller hockey camps for children this summer. The camp for ages 6-10 will run July 26-30. The camp for ages 11-15 will run July 12-16. Cost is $140 per person per session. Camp days are 7-11 a.m. Please contact Tiffany Loney for more information at tchockey23@yahoo.com or visit www.sportability.com and search for PIHI.

LACROSSE

SHOOTING STARS CAMP: Shooting Stars Lacrosse Camp will hold its boys' sessions July 19-22 and July 26-29 and its girls' session August 2-5. Children who will be in grades 1-9 in the fall are welcome. For more information, call (703) 803-3059, e-mail brewdiii@aol.com or visit www.shootingstarslacrosse.com.

SOCCER

U-16 GIRLS' TRYOUTS: The LMVS Patriots White, a rising U-16 Travel Team, are looking to add a couple players to their roster for the Fall 2004 Season. The Patriots have a year-round program that includes summer training, tournament play, league games, team activities and winter league/training. Interested players must be born on or after Aug. 1, 1988. The Patriots practice and train in the Dale City/Woodbridge area. For information, contact Patriots manager Giannina Melgar at (571) 330-1816 or gmelgar78@hotmail.com.

U-15 GIRLS' TRYOUTS: The Vienna Panthers, a U-16 WAGS Division 1-2 team in the fall of 2004, are looking for several players. For more information regarding tryouts this month, please contact Steve Wheeler at Stevwhel@aol.com or (571) 344-4991.

U-14 GIRLS' TRYOUTS: The BRYC Hotshots, a U-14 WAGS Division 2 team that is moving to Division 1 in the fall, are looking to add current U-13 and U-14 players ready to play in the Region 1 Summer League as well as during the regular WAGS season. There are opportunities for field players and goalkeepers. Open tryouts are ongoing, and there are opportunities to guest play at tournaments. For more information, e-mail SoccerN10smom@cox.net. You can also contact Coach Bob Childs at (703) 644-1160 or childs@ndu.edu.

U-14 GIRLS' TRYOUTS: The FPYC Hotshots, a travel team, are looking for additional players at all positions. On-going tryouts will be held on Wednesdays from 6-7 p.m. at Lanier Middle School in Fairfax. Please contact coach John DeOrnellas for more information at jdeorn1@msn.com or (703) 352-5601.

U-13 BOYS' TRYOUTS: The Fall 2004 ABGC Red Devils are interested in adding some players and invite interested players to come to regularly scheduled practices. The Red Devils practice at Mason District Park in Annandale on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5-7 p.m. For more information contact assistant coch Peter Guidry at (703) 799-2482 or Dave Doeden, the team manager, at (703) 642-2754.

U-13 BOYS' TRYOUTS: The BRYC Blue Jays, a travel team, is holding onlgoing tryouts. The Blue Jays will be U-14 in the fall. The team is coached by a former European professional player. For more information, call (703) 395-9561 and ask for Tab Bradshaw.

U-12 BOYS' TRYOUTS: The Vista Sting-Speed, an NCSL Division 2 team, is looking for a few players. The Sting-Speed won the Jefferson Cup, MATT Battlefield Classic and the Prince William Soccer Labor Day Invitational in the last year. For more information, contact Frank Leonard at (571) 437-6201.

U-12 BOYS' TRYOUTS: The SYC United is looking for one player to join its team for fall NCSL play. The team is professionally coached and trained year-round. For more information, contact Team Manager Linda Thompson at lindat03@verizon.net or (703) 971-1371.

U-11 GIRLS' TRYOUTS: The Alexandria Strikers, a rising U-11 WAGS team (girls born between Aug. 1, 1993 and July 31, 1994), are looking to add one or two players to their roster. For more information, send inquiries to jennakman@yahoo.com.BURKE ATHLETIC CLUB: Applications are now being accepted for the Fall 2004 soccer season on the BAC website, www.burkeathleticclub.org. BAC offers house, travel, adult and TOPSoccer. House soccer accepts players born between Oct. 1, 1985 and Sept. 31, 2001. Adult soccer is offered to parents and coaches of BAC youth players. For further info. email bacadmin@cox.net.

VOLLEYBALL

NORTHERN VIRGINIA VOLLEYBALL SCHOOL: For middle and high school players, the second session of the Northern Virginia Volleyball School will be held July 12-15 at Paul VI High School. Cost is $160. Forms are available through Paul VI's web site or www.etamz.com/metrovirginia.

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