Newburyport Daily News
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Anyone interested in learning how to coach tennis is invited to a coaching workshop at the Amesbury High School Tennis Courts scheduled for Saturday, June 7 from 8:30 a.m. to noon.
Participants will receive a 10 and under on court workshop manual as well as a certificate of completion. No experience is necessary, and to register, go to www.coachyouthtennis.com, create a login, click on the workshop, pay $15 online, print and sign a waiver and take the online courses. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The Newburyport Girls Basketball Camp run by Gregg Dollas, coaching staff, and players will be June 23-26. The deadline for registration is Saturday, June 14. Please make sure to send up to date physical and immunization with registration. Registration form can be found at http://freeteams.com/NGBA/ or contact Gregg at email@example.com.
Registration for 1v1 Sports Training’s Rage Streetball League is now open. Boys and girls from grades 3-8 are invited to either form a team or join as a free agent and be assigned to a team. The league will consist of eight weekly games, weekly practices, and participants will receive a pinni and shorts. The league will run on Saturdays from June 28 to Aug. 16 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and there will be six divisions, three each for boys and girls, and the age breakdown will go from 3rd-4th grade, 5th-6th grade and 7th-8th grade. The cost to register is $125, and for more information, visit www.ragesports.net or call 978-225-8131.
The Triton Boys Basketball Clinic will run from July 14-17 from 9:30 to 1:30 at Triton Regional High School. Players will have an opportunity to experience the growing tradition of Triton basketball and benefit from one-on-one interaction from the team’s players and staff. Enrollment is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Players can register at www.trsdathletics.net under Camps and Clinics.
The first annual Amesbury Summer Basketball Clinic will be conducted by John Daileanes from July 28-31 at the Amesbury Middle School gym (girls 8 to 11 a.m. and boys 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.) for students entering grades 3-9. For a registration form, or for more information, please go to www.ayrbl.org or contact Mr. Daileanes by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is now open for the Triton Viking and Junior Viking Baseball clinic, which will take place at Triton Regional High School between June 23-26. The cost for each participant is $119 for the Viking clinic and $69 for the Junior clinic. The Viking clinic will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day, and the Junior clinic will run from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Please contact Triton head coach Ryan McCarthy with any questions at email@example.com, and participants can also register online at trsdathletics.net.
Peak Performance Clinic
The Peak Performance speed, agility and quickness clinic will run from June 23 through Aug. 15 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at Fuller Field in Newburyport. It is a multi-sport speed, agility, quickness and game conditioning clinic for both male and female athletes. The focus is on injury prevention through the most up to date training techniques. The clinic consists of speed, plyometrics, explosiveness and change of direction drills. For more information visit www.peakperformancecamp.net or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The YWCA will be offering an American Red Cross Lifeguarding Course from June 23-27 to participants 15 years of age and older, and an American Red Cross Review Lifeguard Course from June 28-29. The rate for the full lifeguarding course is $300 for members, $350 for non-members, and the review course is $150 for members and $175 for non-members. To be eligible for the review course, participants must have a current lifeguarding certification. For more information or to register for either course, call (978) 465-9922, ext. 15.
The Newburyport All Sports Boosters is running a Flag Football camp this summer, June 23-27 (Monday-Friday), 8 a.m. to noon each day at Fuller Field. The camp will be open to boys going into grades 3-8. Cost: resident $175/non-resident $185. Register online at Newburyport Youth Services: www.newburyportyouthservices.com. Contact Steve MacRae with any questions at 978-380-2907 or email@example.com.
The 32nd Annual Northeast Quarterback/Receiver Football Clinic will run from July 11-13 and will be held at The Governor’s Academy in Byfield. The cost for the program is $470 to be a resident, $370 to be a day participant and $405 to be an extended day participant. Applications are now being accepted and can be received by calling 800-433-6060 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, check out the website at www.northeastclinics.com.
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.
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.
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 Aug. 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.
Football, girls lacrosse, tennis, soccer, basketball and outdoor adventure camps and clinics will be offered at Pingree School for a variety of ages this summer. Visit www.pingree.org/summersports for details of dates, ages and costs, or call 978-468-4415, ext. 255. The Pingree School is located at 537 Highland St. in South Hamilton.
Soccer, baseball, field hockey and lacrosse camps and clinics are being offered by Seacoast United Sports Club this summer and are coming to a town near you. From Aug. 4-7, Amesbury will host Soccer clinics for 3-12 year olds. Then from Aug. 18-21, Groveland will host a clinic for 4-12 year olds. Information on the full list of Seacoast United 2014 Summer Camps & Clinics can be found at www.seacoastunited.com. For any questions about the 2014 camps and clinics, please contact Matt Glode at email@example.com or at 603-926-8444 ext. 118. If you wish for your town to host a Seacoast United Summer Camp or Clinic please contact Matt Glode at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for the YWCA’s Tween Summer Program is now open. Children from grades 5-7 will enjoy a variety of fitness challenges geared towards enhancing their cardiovascular and muscular systems while targeting core strength and balance. Participants might be athletes or just want to get in shape and get strong. Instructors are certified personal trainers and fitness instructors offering the highest quality instruction around. Each session is two weeks and meets twice a week. Sessions will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting at 9 a.m., and registration is $50. For more information, call (978) 465-9922.
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.