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On Deck, a sports calendar for July 12



Sunday Recreational Baseball

At Newton, Mass., Henry Baseball is looking for new players ages 16 to 45 to play Sundays at 11 a.m., games are finished by 2 p.m.; league also needs coaches and volunteers; contact Henry at 781-891-0621

LL World Series trip

At Millinocket, Millinocket Little League bus trip to 2012 Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa., four-day, three-night trip, Aug. 16-19, opening weekend of LLWS, two days at LLWS and a stop at National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., on return trip; cost per person, based on hotel room occupancy: single $805, double $500, triple $395, quadruple $345, quintuple $315, includes roundtrip motorcoach, three nights hotel, transportation to and from stadium and admission to the Hall of Fame; LLWS admission is free; contact Brian Brown at 731-8053 or katahdinsports@aol.com


July 16-27

At Bangor, Bangor Hoops Summer Basketball Program, girls and boys camps, girls for grades 1-6, 7-12, boys for grades 3-4, 5-7, 8-12, at James Doughty School or Bangor High, $50 per week, need-based scholarships are available, contact Katie Herbine 624-1476 or Roger Reed 848-5136

Coyote Camp

At Old Town, Elementary School, Coyote Boys JamCamp July 16-20, 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., open to boys entering grades 4-12, for fun and skill development, contact Brian E. McDormand, Old Town boys varsity basketball coach, 207-290-7641 or bmac195554@msn.com

Eagles Basketball Camps

At Bangor, Husson University, boys camp July 29-Aug. 2, girls camp Aug. 5-9, grades 3-9, $425 overnight, $375 day camp

‘Bears ’n’ Claws’ Dinner

At Bangor, coach Richard Barron’s home, University of Maine women’s basketball team “Bears ‘n’ Claws” dinner, July 19, 6-8 p.m. at choice of lobster or hamburger with potato salad, corn, desserts and drinks, $50 per person, those under 10 eat free from kids’ menu, all proceeds benefit the Friends of Maine Women’s Basketball; contact Tracy Guerrette at tracyguerrette@umit.maine.edu or by phone at 207-581-1075.


Saturday, July 21

At Fort Fairfield, Forbes Landing on Aroostook River, Regatta on the Aroostook, canoe and kayak race, registration 3-4:30 p.m. 6.5 miles of flat water, $10 per person, for info contact 472-3882 or 227-6306


Sunday, July 22

At Fort Fairfield, Fort Fairfield Community Center, Spud Cycle Classic Bicycle Race, registration 8 a.m., 25- and 12-mile races start at the Blockhouse on Main Street, $15 per rider, for info contact 472-3882 or 227-6306


Spirit Camp

At Orono, University of Maine Student Recreation Center, July 25-27, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., grades 1-6, instruction will be provided by the University of Maine Cheerleaders; for more info, email Spiritcheercamp@aol.com, or call Tami Campbell at 862-3355.


Classes for Prospective Officials

At Bangor, ROTC Room, Bangor High School, Bangor Chapter of Maine Football Officials to hold classes for prospective officials, Tuesdays for 11 weeks at 7 p.m., starting Aug. 14; successful candidates will work middle school games next fall; call Alan Kochis at 989-4372 or Allan Snell at 835-4515

Brewer seeks coaches

Brewer Youth Football is looking for interested and experienced football coaches to potentially coach in its youth football program for grades 3-4 or 5-6; those interested may send notification

and contact information to brewerwitchesyouthfootball@yahoo.com

UMaine High School Day Camp

At Saco, Thornton Academy, University of Maine football team high school day camp, July 26, 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., $25 per person; Black Bear coaches will conduct drills and competitions, only equipment needed is cleats; to register or for more information, contact coach Shawn Demaray at shawn.demaray@umit.maine.edu; deadline is July 23; players must fill out medical and risk forms, available at GoBlackBears.com, and take them to the camp.

7-on-7 Camp

At Orono, University of Maine, Alfond Stadium, UMaine football team’s 7-on-7 High School Tournament, July 28, “two-hand touch” event includes morning round-robin play and single-elimination playoffs in the afternoon, UMaine coaches will officiate; $150 per team, athletes should bring a lunch, snacks, footballs, a jersey, sneakers and cleats; no pads needed; cost includes UMaine t-shirt; to register or for information, contact coach Shawn Demaray at shawn.demaray@umit.maine.edu by July 20; players must fill out medical and risk forms and take them to the camp.


July 23-27

At Winterport, Junior Golf Camp at Sonny’s Par 3 and Driving Range, ages 11-14, July 23-27, 8-11:30 a.m., golf fundamentals, rules and 9-hole tourney on final day, for info contact 223-5242 or visit sonnysrange.com

Friday, Aug. 3

At Rocky Knoll CC, Orrington, Brewer High School’s Class of 1967 Golf Scramble, 1-4 p.m., $25, prizes, tourney benefits BHS Scholarship Fund, alumni and friends welcome, sign up at Rocky Knoll or contact Lynn Hunt at 989-5876 or on the BHSClassof67 website

Saturday, Aug. 18

At Rocky Knoll CC, 7th annual John Bapst Hockey Boosters Golf Tournament, noon registration, 1 p.m. shotgun start, prizes, team entry of $300 includes carts, meals, mulligans, for more information, visit www.johnbapst.org or contact Melissa Harvey at 207-949-7535 or email mharvey1324@gmail.com.


Saturday, July 14

At Hermon, Hermon High School, 7th Annual Danforth’s to Dysart’s 5K Road Race and Blueberry Pie Challenge, 8 a.m. Fun Run ($5 half-mile), 8:30 a.m. 5K Walk ($15), 9 a.m. 5K ($15), for extra $10, run two miles, eat a piece of blueberry pie and finish race; race-day registration 7 a.m.; race benefits Hermon High cross country team

Saturday, Aug. 11

At Calais, 33rd Annual Johnson’s 5-Mile International Road Race, 9 a.m., contact the Calais Rec Department 454-2761 or calaisrec@calaismaine.org

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