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On Deck, a sports calendar for May 30, 2013


Downeast Shooting Camp

At Trenton, Acadia Christian School, Downeast C-Ed Basketball Shooting Day Camp, elementary, middle school and high school ages, $150 fee, for more info contact Emery Lane associates at

or Bob Cimbollek 356-6787,

June 24-28

At East Millinocket, Schenck High School, Mount Katahdin Basketball Clinic, boys and girls grades 3-6 (9 a.m.-noon), grades 7-11 (1-4 p.m.), $55 fee before June 14, for info contact Director of Recreation Frank Clukey 207-746-3553

FCA Bangor Girls Power Camp

At Bangor, Eastern Maine Community College, Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ Bangor Girls Power Camp, July 15-18, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., for girls ages 8-13, campers choose basketball or soccer for the week, $100 if preregistered by July 1, $120 after; contact Amanda Tewksbury at or at 207-951-6360.

Fort Fairfield “Tiger Basketball Camp”

At Fort Fairfield, high school gyms, “Tiger Basketball Camp” for players in grades 1-8 is scheduled June 18-22 for boys and June 24-28 for the girls, limited to the first 125 applicants; camps run from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, $125 includes the instruction, meals, awards, T-shirt and ball; contact Larry Gardner at 472-3271 or email for more information.

9th ‘Girls County Basketball Shootout’

At Fort Fairfield, high school gyms, 8th annual Girls County Basketball Shootout, sponsored by Pepsi Bottling Group, July 5-6, limited to the first 16 high school girls’ teams (Classes C-D) that register, four games guaranteed, six-game maximum, fee is $150, contact Larry Gardner at 472-3271 or email for more information.


UMaine 1-Day Football Camps

At Portland and Saco, University of Maine football’s two “1-Day Football Camps,” June 28, 5-8 p.m., at Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland, July 25, 5-8 p.m., at Hill Stadium at Thornton Academy in Saco; the camps give prospective student-athletes the opportunity to showcase their football talents; technique, fundamentals and overall athletic ability will be evaluated by UMaine head coach Jack Cosgrove, his staff and other college coaches from New England; camp is open to young men in grades 9-12; for more info, go to or contact camp director Shawn Demaray at 207-581-1467.


Saturday, June 29

At Limestone, Marine Corps Reserve and Griffith Ford will hold their first golf tournament on June 29, at Limestone Country Club, 487 West Gate Road, to benefit the Toys for Tots program. Cash prize of $10,000 for a hole in one. Call 834-3504 for information.

Friday, July 12

At Orrington, 2nd Annual Joshua Chamberlain Golf Classic, at Rocky Knoll Country Club, benefits the Maine Infantry Foundation, four-person scramble format $75 per participant, 8:30 a.m. cannonball start; gross and net prizes; hole in one, closet to pin, long drive, chipping, and putting contests; register at Brewer Parks & Recreation Department, 318 Wilson Street, for details call 989-5199, registration deadline June 28.

Junior Golf Camps

At Winterport, Sonny’s Par 3 and Driving Range junior golf camps, June 24-28, July 22-26, ages 11-14, 8-11:30 a.m., call 223-5242 or visit for information and applications.

Youth Golf Instruction

At Millinocket, Hillcrest Golf Course, June 19-21, 8 a.m.-noon, ages 9-16, $10 per person, registration deadline June 1, for info contact Director of Recreation Frank Clukey 207-746-3553

The First Tee Junior Golf Program

At Bangor, Bangor Municipal Golf Course, junior golfers may register for The First Tee Junior Golf Program, 8 weeks beginning late June, cost is $80, registrations can be completed by visiting or, a full schedule is available on those sites, call or email Rob Jarvis at 941-0232 or


Summer youth hockey

At Brewer, Brewer Youth Hockey summer program signup 5-7 p.m. June 3 at Penobscot Ice Arena warm room, copy of child’s USA Hockey number required, for Mites (ages 8-under), Squirts (9-10) and Peewees and Bantams (11-12), separate girls league also if enough interest, cost $125 per player due at signup, cash or checks only, games begin week of June 24, if unable to attend signups due to prior commitment or more for more info, contact Kevin Audibert at


Saturday June 15

At Bangor, Penobscot Theatre Company Race to the Stage, Bangor’s 1st Costume 5K Road Race, 9 a.m., $17, $12 (under 18) prior to June 13, $20, $15 on race day, registration and race details at or call box office at 942-3333.

Saturday, June 22

At Waldoboro, Maine Games cross country meet, starts at Medomak Valley High School, 9 a.m., preregistration $15, to register or for info go to:

Saturday, June 15

At Brunswick, first Viking Va-K 5K and Family Fun Run, 5K at 8 a.m. from John the Baptist Church, half-mile family fun run at 9:30 a.m., $25 fee for 5K, $10 for fun run; runs presented by St. John’s Catholic School Partners, proceeds benefit SJCS community, registration forms at:; for info contact Kirk Turgeon 329-2358 or

Sunday, June 30

At Mapleton, Farm Fest 5K Milk Run at 8 a.m., The race is open to all ages and is a 3.2 mile easy to moderate course, begins and ends at Maple Meadow Farms, race will be capped at 100 runners, $20 fee, registration will be taken at the Maine Dairy Promotion Board’s booth at Farm Fest on Saturday, June 29, or anytime online at


Seacoast United camp

At East Millinocket, Schenck High School, Seacoast United Maine High School Preseason Summer Soccer Camp, Aug. 12-15, girls 9 a.m.-noon, boys 1-4 p.m., $55, those entering eighth grade through seniors in high school, to registe visitr:, click on the camp calendar to find your camp


Saturday, July 6

At Hope, a sprint-distance race, with a quarter-mile swim in Hobbs Pond, a 13-mile bike ride, and a 3.2-mile run, race will include chip timing by All Sports Events and wave starts to allow more athletes to participate, the race is facilitated by the Penobscot Bay YMCA, and proceeds will benefit the Y’s programs for youths and families, registration is $50 and available online at, or at the Penobscot Bay YMCA, for info visit or contact Jasen Wood at or 207-236-3375.

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