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June 14, 2013

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The Endicott College men’s soccer program will be hosting its first annual JUST PLAY Residential Camp for high school aged boys players from Aug. 2 to 4 on campus in Beverly. To register today please visit For questions regarding the camp, contact head coach Joe Calabrese at 413-348-3303 or


Newburyport Youth Football and Cheerleading has opened registration for the fall season. Registration is available to those boys and girls entering grades 3 to 8 in the fall. Please register online at Registration will end on June 20.


Triton coach Ryan McCarthy will direct a baseball camp June 26, 27 and 28, and July 1 and 2 at Pioneer League Park in Newburyport. The camp will run 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day with a snack break at 11 a.m. Boys and girls ages 5 to 12 are welcome. For more information, call 978-764-7675 or email


Players are needed at all levels (ages 18 and over) to play pick-up baseball in Newburyport each Saturday thorugh September. Contact Rama Valianti at or 781-244-0186 for more information.


TLCAMPS will be hosting the Newburyport Basketball Academy at Newburyport High and the Sachem Baseball School in West Newbury during the weeks in July. The Sachem Baseball School will run three weeks of clinics for various ages, and the Newburyport Basketball Academy will run two separate weeks for specific ages. All five sessions will emphasize the proper fundamentals of the game, team work as well as stress the importance of sportsmanship, and learning how to compete in a fun atmosphere for all players regardless of skill level. For further information please visit or contact head coach Tom L’Italien at (978) 265-6128 or

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