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May 17, 2014

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Field Hockey

The Governor’s Academy will host the 39th annual Northeast Field Hockey Academy, directed by Shannon Hlebichuk, head coach of the UMass Lowell field hockey team. There will be two programs, one running from July 13-16 for girls ages 10-18, and another from July 14-16 for girls ages 8-10. Overnight, extended day and day camp options are available for the older kids, and a half day option is available for the younger ones. For more information, visit www.ussportscamps.com or call 800-645-3226.

Summer Programs

TLCAMPS will be hosting the Sachem Baseball School in West Newbury and the Newburyport Basketball Academy at Newburyport High School during the month of 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 TLCAMPS.com or contact head coach Tom L’Italien at (978)-265-6128 or TLCAMPS@me.com

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The RIM Sports Complex in Hampton, N.H. will be offering a variety of summer programs this upcoming. The Summer Sports Activities Camp runs from July 7 to August 9 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and costs $89 per week ($55 lunch option avail.). Sports and activities in include basketball, volleyball, soccer, badminton, kickball, flag football and wiffleball.

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Amesbury Youth Recreation will be holding Prime Time Lacrosse Day Clinics this summer for players looking to improve their skills. The clinic is intended for players who have been playing for a few years to improve their fundamentals and begin learning lacrosse team concepts, though new players are welcome too, and it will assist experienced lacrosse players in taking their game to the next level as they prepare for high school lacrosse in a safe, fun environment. Staff consisting of current and former college and professional lacrosse players will teach all aspects of both individual and team based skills, beginning with individual techniques moving towards utilizing these skills in offensive and defensive team settings. Participants should bring their own stick. The clinic will run from July 28-31, Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. to noon and is for kids ages 8-15. Registration is $195 and the clinic will take place at Woodsom Farm. For more information, visit www.primetimelacrosse.com.

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