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Posted Feb. 05, 2010, at 2:58 a.m.

Baseball
Pitching Clinics

At Brewer, WIN Athletic Training Center, pitching with Jon Perry, Saturdays, 9-10:30 a.m., $30 per session, call 561-9561, visit www.wintrainingcenter.com

Speed and Agility Training
At Brewer, WIN Athletic Training Center, speed and agility training on Tuesdays and Thursday, 5-6:30 p.m., $15 per session, call 561-9561, visit www.wintrainingcenter.com

Hitting/Catching Clinics
At Brewer, WIN Athletic Training Center, baseball hitting and catching clinics, ages 8-14 on Feb. 10, 17, 24 from 5-6 p.m. and 6-7 p.m.; ages 15-18 on Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28 from 3-4 p.m. and 4-5 p.m., $15 per session, call 561-9561, visit www.wintrainingcenter.com

Feb. 13-16
At Orono, University of Maine Pre-Season Baseball Clinic at Mahaney Dome, ages 6-12, 8-10 a.m.; ages 13-18, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.; all ages hitting clinic 10-11 a.m., $100 per skills session, $50 for hitting clinic, contact Aaron Izaryk at 581-1098 or Aaron.Izaryk@umit.maine.edu

Feb. 17-19
At Brewer, Husson Univer-sity Winter Hitting Clinic at WIN Athletic Center, ages 8-12, 8-10 a.m.; ages 13-18, 10 a.m.-noon; $75 per player, contact Jason Harvey at 992-4948 or har-veyja@husson.edu

Thursday, Feb. 18
At Orono, tryouts for a sec-ond Eastern Maine Eagles travel baseball team, for 11- and 12-year-olds, rostered for March clinics at Mahaney Dome at the University of Maine, games on Sundays in May, contact Jim Moore at 990-5787 or ea-glemaine@gmail.com

USM Clinics
At Gorham, 19th annual Pitching, Hitting and Defense Clinics at the University of Southern Maine, Feb 21 and 27 in the Costello Fieldhouse, pitch-ing and defense clinics 9 a.m.-noon and hitting 1-4 p.m., $30 for each session or $50 for full day, players 8-18 welcome, call Coach Flaherty at 780-5474

Blue Jays Exhibition Series
At Cooperstown, N.Y., Blue Jays Baseball Club exhibition series for high school varsities, spring 2010, also tournaments for 13, 14U, 15U, 16U and 18U, interested coaches contact Har-vey Sandig at (631) 650-5759 or Cooperstown314@aol.com

Baseball Fantasy Trip
Eighth annual Baseball Fan-tasy Trip sponsored by Alfond Youth Center in Waterville, trip is July 28-Aug. 1, limited to 40 people, activities include: July 28, Arizona at Philadelphia; July 29, Atlanta at Washington; July 30, Arizona at Mets; July 31, Baseball Hall of Fame; Aug. 1, Detroit at Boston; $795 per per-son includes everything except supper, registration fee $195, contact Vaughn Clark at 873-0684 ext. 221

Basketball
EM tourney passes on sale

At Bangor, Bangor Audito-rium lobby, all-tournament passes for the Maine Principals’ Association Eastern Maine basketball tournaments will be on sale Feb. 2-3 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; passes good for all sessions of EM Classes B, C and D tour-naments at the Bangor Audito-rium and entire EM Class A tourney at Augusta Civic Center; $95 for adults, $35 for students; 10-session pass also available, $70 for adults, $40 for students

Maine AAU meetings
Maine AAU informational meetings for anyone interested in forming a team, Jan. 31 at Southern Maine Sportszone in Saco, 10 a.m.; Feb. 6 at Bangor Christian School, room 35, 10 a.m.; Feb. 7 at Alfond Center in Waterville, noon, for more in-formation call Lenny Holmes at 282-4005, ext. 407, or visit www.maineaaubasketball.com

Freshman/subvarsity teams
Play Days for boys and girls freshman/subvarsity teams; Feb. 5 at Buck-field High School; $65 per game, contact Mark Leclerc at 592-9268 or Mark@mbr.org, or visit www.mbr.org

Adult pickup basketball
At Orono, Orono Rec adult pickup basketball, at middle school, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8-9:30 p.m.; fun, noncompetitive atmosphere, at least 10 people needed for a full-court game

Adult Coed Basketball
At Bangor, Parks and Recreation Center, adult coed bas-ketball, Tuesdays and Wednes-days, 7:15-9 p.m., $2 per person, through March 23, not held on holidays, call 992-4490 or visit www.bangorparksandrec.com

Feb. 12-14
At Orrington, 5th- and 6th-grade boys basketball tourna-ment, four-game minimum, combination of round robin and single-elimination, eight teams, no AAU teams, $165, call Debbie Abbott at 825-4823 or email dlab-bott@roadrunner.com

Feb. 13-14 and Feb. 20-21
At Hampden, Hampden Travel Team Tournament at Reeds Brook Middle School, girls Feb. 13-14; boys Feb. 20-21, grades 3-4, 5-6 and 7-8, 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Sun-day, $175 per team, maximum 15 players, double elimination, daily admission $2 for adults, $1 for students, $5 per family, visit www.mbrevents.org

Youth Tournaments
At Old Town, Old Town Orono YMCA Bob Messier Bas-ketball Tournaments, boys grades 3-4, Feb. 13-14; girls grades 3-4, Feb. 20-21; boys grades 7-8, Feb. 26-28; girls grades 7-8, March 5-7; girls grades 5-6, March 12-14; boys grades 5-6, March 19-21; $175 per team, 3 round-robin games plus top 6 advance to single-elimination bracket, contact Brian Pordon at 827-9622 or bpordonotoy@roadrunner.com

Feb. 19-21
At Orrington, 7th- and 8th-grade girls basketball tournament, four-game minimum, combination of round robin and single-elimination, eight teams, no AAU teams, $165 fee, call Debbie Abbott at 825-4823 or email dlabbott@roadrunner.com

Carmel Youth Tournaments
At Carmel, Caravel Middle School, youth basketball tour-naments, boys grades 3-4 Feb. 26-28, girls grades 3-4 March 5-7, boys grades 7-8 March 26-28, others TBA, $175 per team, 3 games guaranteed, for more information contact Aaron Hawes at 356-4255 or email aaronhawes@carmelrec.com

Orono/Veazie Hoop Classic
At Orono, Orono/Veazie Hoop Classic youth travel bas-ketball tournament, Feb. 27-28 boys grades 5-8, March 6-7 girls grades 5-8, $175 per team, for more information contact Orono Parks and Rec at 866-5065

March 5-7
At Woodland, Downeast Credit Union Downeast BB Classic, junior high school, grade 8 and lower, boys and girls, $90 per team or $160 for two teams, either round robin or double-elimination, contact Michael Boies at 427-6205 or woodrec@myfairpoint.ent

5th-6th Grade Invitationals
At Glenburn, Glenburn Rec Dept. is accepting team registra-tions for 5th- and 6th-grade invi-tational basketball tournaments, boys March 6-7; girls March 13-14; no AAU or all-star teams, $175 fee, call Carey Besse at 945-3119

March 12-14
At Millinocket, Katahdin All-Star Hoop Classic Tourna-ment, 5th- and 6th-grade teams, boys and girls divisions, played at Stearns Middle School and High School, four-game guaran-tee, $225 per team or $375 for boys and girls teams, space limited, call Cheryl at 723-6784 afternoons and evenings or email charmed@gwi.net

March 19-21
At Woodland, Downeast Credit Union Downeast BB Classic, grade 6 and lower, boys and girls, $90 per team or $160 for two teams, either round-robin or double-elimination, contact Michael Boies at 427-6205 or woodrec@myfairpoint.ent

Booster Clubs
Monday, Feb. 8

At Bangor, Bangor All Sports Boosters monthly meet-ing in the ROTC room at Bangor High School at 7 p.m., public welcome, cal Darlene Kenny at 947-6523

Thursday, Feb. 25
At Orono, Orono High School Booster Club meeting, in the high school conference room, 5:30 p.m., call Pam Forbes at 866-4220 or Mike Archer at 866-4916

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heerleading
State Youth Championships

At Bangor, Bangor Audito-rium, State Youth Cheerleading Championships, March 6, registration packets available by emailing calais-rec@midmaine.com

Football
Eastern Football League

Eastern Football League is seeking business/football-minded individuals to organize a team in the Bangor area for the 2010 season, serious individuals only, full-contact football, ages 18 and up, AAA-level league with a new A-level division, maximum 60 players on AAA team, 30 players on A-level team, games begin in July for AAA, August for A; contact Peter Vorias at 229-9950, Bob Kalinyak at 15-8921, Peter O’Kane at 617-922-3275 or Derek Wright at 617-438-1440

Golf
Feb. 20-21

At Portland, Holiday Inn by the Bay, 16th annual Portland Golf Expo, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Satur-day, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, ex-hibitors will be there, visit www.portlandgolfexpo.com or call 318-6746

Hockey
Women’s Hockey

At Bangor, Sawyer Arena, Stick and Puck, Sundays 8:10-9:10 p.m., $10, helmet with cage, gloves, stick mandatory, contact Chris Henderson at 862-5506 or Lynn Caron at 947-4851.

Maine Freeze seeking coaches
The Maine Freeze has open-ings for head coaches for Squirts, Peewees, Bantams and U-19 Girls teams, looking for quality individuals who can make a significant commitment of time, application deadline Feb. 8, email vkput-nam@roadrunner.com with “Freeze Coaches” in the subject line; tryouts begin in March

Thursday, Feb. 11
At Orono, Alfond Arena, “Fill the Alfond” game, Bangor vs. Brewer hockey, 7 p.m., first 200 people receive a free T-shirt, $5 for adults, $3 for students, any youth hockey player 12 or under wearing their jersey and accom-panied by an adult gets in free

Ice Fishing
Feb. 6-7

At Hudson, Pushaw Lake Snowmobile Club 30th annual ice fishing derby, winners an-nounced at the clubhouse on Whitemore Landing Road at 3 p.m. Sunday, kitchen in club-house open all weekend, tickets are $3 and are available at most local stores and at the clubhouse, email PushawLakeatvsnowmo-bileclub@yahoo.com

Feb. 13-14
At Schoodic, Seboeis and Ebeemee Lakes, 48th annual Schoodic Lake Fishing Derby, $14,000 in shore and fish prizes, $5 entry fee, sponsored by Milo Fire Department, visit www.trcmaine.org or email milofd@onix.net

Lacrosse
Sunday, Feb. 14

At Gorham, Love N’ LAX Women’s Lacrosse Clinic hosted by the University of Southern Maine, at Costello Sports Com-plex, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., $40 for the day, grades 2-5 and 6-12, for more information email Lauren Reid at lreid@usm.maine.edu

Road racing
Saturday, Feb. 6

At Houlton, 26th annual Wild Katahdin Trust Snow Run at Millar Arena Civic Center, registration in large function room, 9:30-10:35 a.m.; walk 10:45 a.m., 5K run 11 a.m., start and finish at Civic Center, flat course, $10, T-shirt to first 50 registered, call Larry Tonzi at 532-7548

Skiing
Junior Alpine Racing

At Hermon, Hermon Moun-tain, Alpine Racing Development Program, ages 8-14, second ses-sion begins Jan. 30, visit www.pvskiclub.org

Learn to Ski
At Hermon, Hermon Moun-tain, Learn to Ski/Snowboard program, adults and children, second session Feb. 5 for adults, Feb. 6-7 for juniors, Feb. 6 for tots, visit www.pvskiclub.org

Saturday, Feb. 6
At Newry, Maine Telemark Festival and Telemark Bump Competition at Sunday River presented by New England Telemark, free clinics from instructors, all abilities, compe-tition at Whitecap Lodge, free with purchase of special festival lift ticket, contact Matt DiBene-detto at 603-356-8177 or Biff Hig-gison at 725-7734, email info@netelemark.com or visit www.netelemark.org

Sunday, Feb. 14
At Carrabassett Valley, Maine Huts and Trails Ski Mara-thon, 20K and 40K races, for more information or to register call the MH&T Office at 1-877-634-8824 or visit www.skireg.com

Cross Country Skiing
At Winterport and Hamp-den, cross country skiing pro-gram, ages 6-16, $20 per person, Monday and Thursday after-noons in Winterport, Wednes-days in Hampden, contact Emily at 223-4791

Soccer
Indoor Soccer Tournament

At Gorham, Maine Metro F.C. 7 vs. 7 Indoor Soccer Tour-nament, youth boys and girls and college level, Feb. 18-20, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., $265 per team before Feb. 6, $285 after, for more in-formation call 878-0316 (office) or 653-9558 (cell) or visit www.mainemetrofc.com

Softball
Hitting/Fielding Clinics

At Brewer, WIN Athletic Training Center, softball hitting and fielding clinics, little league and middle school ages on Mon-days, 5:30-7:30 p.m.; high school ages on Sundays, 5-7 p.m., $15 per session, call 561-9561, visit www.wintrainingcenter.com

Softball Winter Clinics
At Orono, University of Maine softball winter clinics, Sundays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., grades 5-12, $15 for one session, $25 for two, $30 for three, for more in-formation contact Linda Cap-puccio at 581-2267 or Linnea Utecht at 581-4509

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