Calendar (June 30)

06/30/2011 1:28 PM

06/30/2011 1:28 PM

Basketball

* Deadline July 1: Sunflower State Games, July 23-24 in Topeka, boys and girls grades 3-12.

* Deadline July 1: MAYB tournaments in July 22-24 in Wichita, Beloit and Scott City for boys and girls grades 3-12. Fee $315 with five-game guarantee. Check mayb.com or call 316-284- 0354.

* Deadline July 15: MAYB national tournaments _ boys in Wichita area, girls in Oklahoma City area _ Aug. 4-7 for grades 3-12. Tiered entry fee with four-game guarantee. Call 316-284- 0354.

Cheerleading

* Wichita Cheer Academy forming youth squads for football games, grades K-8. See www.leaguelineup.com/wichitacheeracademy or call Jordan Giffin at 316-519-1001.

Football

* Wichita Giants seeking players and coaches, grades 2-8. Information at www.leaguelineup.com/wichitagiantsfootball.

* Wichita Football Academy forming program for seventh and eighth graders. Contact Jason Giffin at 316-461-8953.

Golf

* Through October: Business Women's Golf League plays Tuesday afternoons through October at Braeburn.

Softball

* July 16-17: Special Olympics benefit co-ed tournament Wall Park complex, McPherson. Fee $125. Call 620-245-8338.

* Deadline July 23: Summer Slam Co-ed double elimination tournament on July 30. Fee $125. Call Wally Butt at 620-441-9769.

Camps and Clinics

Baseball

* Holman Baseball Shed private instruction. Go to holmanbaseballshed.com or call 316-722-8448.

* Craig Dingman individual instruction, ages 8-older. Call 316-371-5921 or e-mail cdinger57@earthlink.net.

* Derik Dukes individual instruction, ages 8-older. Call 316-409-6077 or e-mail lifecoachdukes@hotmail.com.

* Kevin Hooper hitting and field instruction, ages 8-older. Call 316-729-1710.

* The Hack Shack team and individual instruction. Call Eric Barrier at 316-208-7888 or e-mail ebarrier@sbcglobal.net.

* Hitting lessons for ages 6-14. See www.leaguelineup.com/provenhittingresults or call Tanner Giffin at 316-992-2497.

Basketball

* July 10-14: Heart of America Sports Camps boys camp for ages 8-18, a fundamentals and advanced camp. Call Tom Collins at 785-823-7076 or at www.hoasportscamps.com.

* July 11-14: Camp at Central Christian Church, 2900 N. Rock Road, for ages 8-11 (9 a.m.-noon) and 12-15 (12:30-3:30 p.m.). Fee $30 by June 1, $35 after. See wichitaangels.com or call 316-807-8822.

Cheerleading

* July 18-21: Wichita Cheer Academy youth camp for grades K-8. See www.leaguelineup.com/wichitacheeracademy.

Football

* July 30: One-day camp at Kansas State for grade 12. Fee $50 eight days before camp, $55 after. See kstatesports.com.

* July 18-21: Wichita Football Academy camp for grades 2-8. See www.wichitafootballacademy.com.

* July 25-28: Bishop Carroll camp for grades 2-8, 9 a.m.-noon. Fee $75. E-mail schuckmanalan@bcchs.org or check www.bcchs.org.

* Through July: Private youth lessons for offensive skill positions. See wichitafootballacademy.com.

Soccer

* Wichita Wings clinics at Hartman Arena led by Wings coach LeBaron Hollimon, for age groups ranging from 5-6 to 16-18. Two sessions in July for each age group. For information call 316-440-5044.

Softball

* Holman's Baseball Shed is scheduling private instruction. Go to holmanbaseballshed.com or call 316-722-8448.

* Hitting lessons for ages 6-14. See www.leaguelineup.com/provenhittingresults or call Tanner Giffin at 316-992-2497.

Track and field

* July 10-14: Track and cross country camp at the University of Kansas for ages 13-18. See kuathletics.com or call 785-864-3486.

Volleyball

* July 17-21: Heart of America Sports Camps girls camp for ages 8-18, a great skill building camp for fundamental and advanced players. Call Tom Collins at 785-823-7076 or at www.hoasportscamps.com.

Calendar items are updated each week. Facility rentals will not be included. E-mail information, including a telephone number, to hometown@wichitaeagle.com, or fax to 316-268-6536.

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