Players: Dale City Little League is holding registrations for ages 4-16 for the fall season, which begins around the start of August. Go to

Coaches: Dale City Little League seeks coaches for the fall season. Go to

Coaches and players: Prince William County Panthers AAU baseball seeks coaches and players for 8-and-younger and 10-and-younger teams. 703-509-1894.


Players: N Zone Sports’ Tuesday evening basketball for ages 5-12 concludes this week at 6620 James Madison Hwy., Haymarket. Contact N Zone Sports at or 703-743-5969.

Coaches: Prince William Jaguars AAU league seeks coaches for boys and girls travel, development and elite teams. 571-762-3978.

Coaches: New AAU basketball team seeks coaches to mentor and develop players. Must pass a background check. Call 703-919-7097.


Players: N Zone Sports will run Saturday morning flag football for ages 3-12 from 9 to 11 a.m. through Aug. 28 at Gravely Elementary School in Haymarket. Contact N Zone Sports at or 703-743-5969.

Cheerleaders: N Zone Sports will run Saturday morning cheerleading for beginning and experienced children ages 5-12 from 9 to 11 a.m. through Aug. 26 at Gravely Elementary School in Haymarket. Contact N Zone Sports at or 703-743-5969.

Players: Dale City Sports Club is holding tackle football registration for ages 5-13. To register, drop in at the clubhouse 7-9 p.m. or 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturdays, or visit For information, call 703-670-6921 or email

Cheerleaders: Dale City Sports Club is holding registration for the fall season. To register, drop in at the clubhouse from 7-9 p.m. or 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturdays, or visit For information, call 703-670-6921 or email

Coaches: Dale City Sports Club seeks coaches for its flag football, football and cheer league. Contact the clubhouse at 703-670-6921 or email


Players: Wolfpack Lacrosse is holding registration for summer programs for its girls’ lacrosse club. The program will have two travel teams, Maroon and White, which will be for varsity and/or junior varsity players who are moving up to varsity. For information, visit, email the club secretary at or call 703-517-4901.


Camp: Chip Rohr’s Soccer Camp for boys and girls ages 6-13 will be held July 17-21, July 24-28, July 31-Aug. 4 and Aug. 7-11 at Linton Hall School. Camp is held Monday to Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Extended hours available. Includes skill and tactical sessions in indoor and outdoor facilities, as well as a daily swim. For information, visit or call 703-368-3000.

Players: N Zone Sports will run Saturday morning soccer for beginning and experienced players ages 3-12 through Aug. 26 at Gravely Elementary School in Haymarket. Contact N Zone Sports at or 703-743-5969.

Players: N Zone Sports’ Monday night soccer for ages 5-12 concludes this week at 6620 James Madison Hwy., Haymarket. Contact N Zone Sports at or 703-743-5969.

Players: Prince William Athletic Center at Kid’s Choice in Woodbridge is holding registration for ages 3 to adult. Programs and leagues available. Email or call 703-898-1008.

Players: Sports Network and Fitness in Manassas is registering teams and individuals. 703-335-1555 or


Players: NoVa Senior Softball is seeking players for slow-pitch softball games Tuesday and Thursday mornings through this month. Visit or call Dave, 703-524-5576.

Coaches: Prince William Lassie League girls’ slow-pitch softball seeks coaches and assistant coaches for teams of girls ages 5-18. Must pass an ASA background check., 703-878-1225 or

Players: Golden Girls of Northern Virginia, a senior women’s softball league, is looking for players 40 and older. All skill levels welcome. Games are Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings in Vienna.

Umpires: Woodbridge Umpire Association seeks individuals for adult softball. No experience needed. Training provided. For information, contact Robert Harrell at 703-862-8823 or, or contact Rick Hawkins at 571-408-1325 or

Umpires: Prince William Lassie League girls’ slow-pitch softball seeks male or female umpires ages 16 and older. Positions are paid. Call 703-470-6629 or email


Senior Olympics: Registration for the 35th iteration of the Northern Virginia Senior Olympics is open through Sept. 2. Participants must turn 50 by Dec. 31. The games will begin Sept. 9 and run through Sept. 20. Basic registration is $13 and $1 for each event. 703-403-5360 or Also, volunteers are needed. Contact

Golf tournament: The Woodbridge Lions annual golf tournament will be Sept. 29 at Forest Greens Golf Club in Triangle. All proceeds support club projects. For information, visit

Half-marathon race Registration is open for the Novant Health UVA Health System Prince William Half Marathon. The race is Oct. 1 and will begin and end at Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow. To register, visit

Ice-skating lessons: The Prince William Ice Center holds lessons and hockey classes for age 4 and older Monday evenings and Saturday mornings. Advanced skating classes are held Sundays. For information on classes, contact Marina Khaltourina, or 703-730-8423 ext. 310, or visit

Pickleball: Indoor pickleball for adults is being played weekdays 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Kid’s Choice Sport & Fun Center, 13000 Sport and Health Dr., Woodbridge. $5 a day.


Open pickleball: For adults, 8-11 a.m. Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at Veterans Park, 14300 Veterans Dr., Woodbridge. 703-491-5300 or

Horseback riding: Rainbow Therapeutic Riding Center offers riding sessions at 16198 Silver Lake Rd., Haymarket. Four-week private sessions are $260; four-week group sessions $200. 703-754-6159 or

Rugby: Prince William County Rugby Football Club seeks new players. Men of all skill levels welcome.

Hapkido: Traditional Korean martial-art classes for youths and adults are offered by the Dale City Boys & Girls Club. Call 703-670-8947 for details.

Bowling: Northern Virginia Scholarship Bowling Boosters seeks bowlers ages 3 to 20 for all leagues, including high school, home school, youth and adult. Saturday mornings. Contact Barry Clark, 703-987-5417 or

Shooting range: Elite Shooting Sports offers indoor shooting for Prince William County, off Interstate 66 and Prince William County Parkway.

Fencing: Lessons for beginning and advanced fencers. Open fencing is available for youths and adults. Equipment is available to borrow. Lessons are at Manassas Baptist Church. Contact Don, 571-722-2949 or

— Compiled by Bonnie Smith


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