Sports calendar

By the Tri-City Herald staffMay 13, 2013 


BASEBALL
— D3VO Select 12U Club team soon will hold tryouts for 2013. We are looking for 3-4 players to join one of the only full-time 12U select teams in the area. Call Dan Morby at 585-7768 or email dmorby@clearwire.net.
— The Tri-City Adult Baseball League is looking for players. There is great baseball with our players ranging from 18 to over 50 years of age. Fo more information, contact us on facebook at www.facebook.com/TCABL or call 308-0924 or 308-8347.
— The Pasco American Legion teams are looking for volunteers with a Class C CDL minimum to drive the team bus this summer. If you can volunteer or charge a reduced rate, contact Shane at shanehr15@charter.net.
— The Batters Box is offering a Hitting clinic and a Velocity clinic in June, space is limited. Stop by or call 783-5160.
BASKETBALL
— Inland Empire AAU is holding a 3-on-3 tournament, for boys and girls grades 4-12, plus an adult division, May 25-26 at Sunridge Middle School in Pendleton, Oregon. Log on to inlandempireaau.org under tournaments.
— Hanford boys basketball will host the annual Hanford Hoops Camp fo grades 3-9 in 2013-14 from June 17-24 at Hanford HS. Come play fast, learn new skills and have fun. Contact Paul Mayer at paul.mayer@rsd.edu call 528-2018 or visit hanfordhoops.com or rsd.edu.
— The Richland High School coaching staff and players will have their girl's summer basketball kids camp July 8-12 at Art Dawald Gymnasium. The camp will be for grades 3-8 grade. Cost of the camp, which includes a t-shirt and daily prizes, is $50 if paperwork is received on or before June 28. After June 28 the fee will be $55. Visit the Richland School District website (www.rsd.edu/camps) to download the registration and other forms that you will need to register.
— Kamiakin Girls Basketball will hold their summer girls camp June 26–28 at Kamiakin High School. The camp will be for grades 3 – 12. Cos of the camp (which includes a t-shirt) is $35. Visit the Kamiakin High School Girls Basketball Facebook page to download a registration form. Contact Lane Schumacher at 528-4655 if you have questions.
— Hanford High is holding its 13th annual Purple & Gold camp for girls entering grades 1-8. Camp runs June 10-14 at Hanford High School. Session 1 (grades 1-4) 8:00-9:30 a.m. Session 2 (grades 5-8, 9:30-11:00 a.m.). Session 3 (high school, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.). Cost is $50. Registration forms are available at all Richland schools or by contacting Evan Woodward at 531-3757 or evan.woodward@rsd.edu or download at: http://www.rsd.edu/camps.
— Lions boys camp for grades 2-8 will be held from June 17-20 at the Lions Den at Kennewick High School. Work with Kennewick High coaching staff and players on fundamentals in a fun atmosphere. Cost is $35 with t-shirt. Call 222-7111.
— Columbia Youth Sports is offering a ball handling camp (aka Dr. Dribble) for boys and girls in grades 1–8.  Cost is $30.00 and runs June 24-26 at EMS. Contact Evan Woodward at 531-3757 or email at:  columbiayouthsports@gmail.com.
— Want to improve your shooting percentage? Want to make more shots than you miss? Columbia Youth Sports is offering a shooting clinic for boys and girls in grades 1-8 July 1–3 at EMS. Get personal analysis on your shooting technique. Cost is $30.00. Contact Evan Woodward at 531-3757 or email at:  columbiayouthsports@gmail.com.
— For the first time ever now there is a girls summer league Monday and Wednesday nights from July 8-31. Session one (6-7p.m.) is for grades 1–4 and session 2 (7-8 p.m.) is for girls in grades 5–8. Come as often as you can – new teams made each night. Prizes for winning teams. Cost is $40.00. Contact Evan Woodward at 531-3757 or email columbiayouthsports@gmail.com.
—Kamiakin Boys Basketball will hold their camp June 10th-13th at Kamiakin High School. The cost of the camp is $35 and includes a t-shirt. The camp is for boys entering grades 3-12. Access camp forms and session times at www.kamiakinbasketball.com or contact Brian Meneely  @ brian.meneely@ksd.org or 222-7000.   
— Yakima Valley AAU is hosting the Yakima Valley Summer Basketball League beginning in June for Grades 2-12. Deadline to register is May 17. Cost is $220 per team. Call 509-453-2696 or visit www.ieaau.org or email Shannon@ieaau.org.
CONTRACT BRIDGE
— The American Contract Bridge League has games scheduled all week long at the Richland Community Center. Times are: 6 p.m. Monda (Tom, 947-3572); 12:30 p.m. Tuesday (Kay, 521-2200); 6 p.m. Tuesda (Larry, 375-3474); 6 p.m. Wednesday (John, 627-4416); 9:30 a.m Thursday (Larry, 375-3474); 6 p.m. Thursday (Maggie, 308-8184, or Joe, 375-5127); and 12:30 p.m. Friday (Tom, 947-3572, or Kay, 375- 5488). The first Thursday of the month is hte Unit 442 Championship at 6 p.m. All games except Wednesday night will have a stand-by partner.
CYCLING
— The Tri-City Bicycling Club (www.tricitybicycleclub.org) offers rides Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. from Richland Community Cente (943-9084). Saturday rides leave at 9:30 a.m. from Some Bagels in Richland. Visitors welcome, helmets required. Most rides accommodat various levels of ability. Visit www.tricitybicycleclub.org.
FITNESS
— Girls grades 6-12, join us for 6 weeks of athletic development this summer June 17-July 25 from 9-10:30 a.m. at Kamiakin High School. Learn key components of athletic development in all areas of strength, speed, agility, skill movement and efficiency. Check out Kamiakin high school website or call coach Cheryl Schauble 531-3026.
FOOTBALL
— The 2013 NFL High School Player Development camp will be held June 14-16 at Grandview High School. Camp, held in five sessions, is free and emphasizes fundamentals, safety and concussion awareness as well as character development and life skills. Participants and coaches will receive a 13-month HSPD planner. Contact Rick Ramos at 509-305-7738 or Eloy Ledesma at 619-739-3028.
GOLF
— Tri-City Country Club is taking entries for the Business League beginnin in May. All participants in last year’s league get first priority. Cal 438-2561.
— The annual KGH Foundation Golf Classic is scheduled for June 21 a Canyon Lakes Golf Course. The tournament raises runs for new programs services and equipment for KGH. Register by June 14. Call 585 5776 or email Mandy.Wallner@kphd.org.
— Horn Rapids Golf Course will be holding the following events: May 18, Yellow Ball Scramble; June 21, Christ the King Open; June 22, 2-Man 3 6’s; July 6, 5-man Glow Ball Scramble; July 13, Red, White & Gold; Aug 24, Modified Chapman; Sept. 13, CBC Fundraiser; Sept. 14-15, Men’s Club Championship; Oct. 12, 20, 6-6-6 (2-day); Nov. 29, Backwar Yellow Ball Scramble; Dec. 14, St. Nick 5-Man Scramble; Dec. 31, Cash Bash Ball Buster (2-man best ball). Call 375-4714.
— Columbia Crimson Golf Classic will be held May 20 at Meadow Springs Country Club with a 1 p.m. shotgun start. Tournament raises money fo scholarships at WSU-Tri-Cities. Cost is $150 per person or $600 pe team of 4 includes cart, range balls, lunch, dinner and two drinks. Visit www.tricity.wsu.edu for registration forms or call 372-7214.
— The Finley Booster Club is seeking sponsorships for its upcomin Panther Booster Classic in mid-June. The tournament will be at Horn Rapids Golf Course in north Richland. The booster club is seeking teams to play in the event and looking for donations of $150 for “hole sponsorships and $350 for a beverage cart sponsorship. Donations for raffle prizes are also being accepted. Proceeds from the event will be used b the booster club to help purchase athletic uniforms, equipment and supplie to maintain River View High School’s athletic teams. Call Deputy Jo Lusignan at 509-947-7078 or email him at jlusignan@frontier.com.
— 2013 Canyon Lakes Junior Academy will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from June 18-July 18. Two Basic Junior sessions to choos from: 8-9:30 a.m. and 9:30-11 a.m. Cost $150. Expanded Junio includes Basic Junior and Wednesday course time and instruction Cost $250. Limited to 30 per session. Call 582-3736 or visi www.canyonlakesgolfcourse.com.
— Canyon Lakes Ladies & Wine Golf Clinic will be every Tuesday from 6- 7 p.m. starting May 14. Ladies only. Includes golf instruction and a glas of wine. Cost $20. Limited to 20 per session. Call 582-3736 or go to www.canyonlakesgolfcourse.com.
— Canyon Lakes PGA Golf Clinic will be every Wednesday evening from 6:30-7:30 p.m. starting May 15. Cost $15. Limited to 20 per session. Call 582-3736 or go to www.canyonlakesgolfcourse.com.
— The Washington Wine Industry Foundation will hold its Annual Wine Cup on July 15 at Meadow Springs Country Club in Richland. Shotgun scramble will begin at 9 a.m. Team and individual registration is available. Register by June 15 ($150) to take advantage of early bird rate. To register, sponsor or donate prizes, visit www.washingtonwinefoundation org or email info@washingtonwinefoundation or call 509-782-1108.
— Columbia Park Golf Links will offer Get Golf Ready Clinics, a series o lessons designed to teach you everything you need to play golf. Golf clubs, balls and other equipment will be provided. Spring session will meet on Tuesdays from 5-7 p.m. on May 14, 21 and 27. Call 509-586-3111 or visit www.playgolfamerica.com.
— Columbia Park Golf Links and Kennewick Parks and Rec will offer Adult and Youth beginner clinics. Adult clinics will be 5-6:30 p.m. on Fridays from May 31-June 21. Youth clinic will be 8-9 a.m. on Saturdays from June 1-22. To register, call 509-585-4293 or visit http://go2kennewick com/recreation.
— Palouse Ridge Golf Club will host the Jess Ford Hardhat Classic o Aug. 10 to benefit WSU’s facilities services scholarship fund. Check i begins at 7 a.m. with 8 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $135 and includes green fees, golf cart, practice balls and lunch. Call 509-335-9024 o email lorriea@wsu.edu.
— Canyon Lakes Men’s Club 2-man Best Ball & Chapman will be held June 2 in a 1 p.m. shotgun start. Entry fee $50 (plus $25 green fee for non-members). Call 582-3736 or go to www.canyonlakesgolfcourse.com.
HORSESHOE PITCHING
— The Columbia Basin Horsheshoe Club will be pitching horseshoes at Kennewick’s Eastgate Park each Tuesday at 6 p.m. Call 783-4888.
— Nationally sanctioned horseshoe tournaments will be held in Kennewick on May 18 and the Pat Quinn Memorial on June 15. Pre-registratio required. Call 588-3351, 627-5019 or 628-2279.
RUNNING
— For a schedule of upcoming running and multi-sport events in the Tri Cities and local area, go to www.3RRR.org and click on the Calendar section of the 3 Rivers Road Runners website.
— Sage Rat Run on May 18-19 will benefit the PMH Medical Center, the Ronald McDonald House and other charities. T-shirt and finishin medals included. Take part in several different events, including the Half Marathon ($50), 12K ($45); River Run 5K ($25, no t-shirt); Little Rat 1-mil run ($10, no t-shirt); Dirty Rat 15K ($45); Dirty Rat 50K Ultra ($45). O enter the Rat Deux ($80), which entitles you to enter a Saturday race and a Sunday race, plus a special “Rat Deux” finishing medal. Online registration open until May 17. Visit http://sageratrun.com/registration.html.
SOCCER
— Ensure summer fun for your son or daughter at the Richland Bomber soccer camp, led by Richland boys’ coach Octavio DoValle. Boys and girls ages 6-13. Camp 1 begins June 10; Camp 2 begins June 17; Camp 3 begins June 24. Camp time is 9:30-11:30 a.m. Contact Mark or Heidi Larsen. Call 509-628-0283, email camp@bombersoccer.com, or go to http://bombersoccer.com.
— The Hanford girls soccer team will host the annual Beat the Heat 5-aside futbol tournament June 14-15 for girls grade five through college age. Cost is $150 per team, minimum four games ($175 after June 3). Discount of $10 for returning teams or multi-high school or club teams Contact Glen Ledgerwood at 420-6163 or email glen.ledgerwood@gmail.com.
— Upward Soccer registration is now open for the 2013 Fall season Upward Sports teaches sport fundamentals in an environment o healthy competition, helping kids to develop skills for the sports arena and values for life. Bethel Church offers soccer for kids 4 years old through 6th grade. With weekly practices and games limited to onehou each, this league is family-friendly and fun for everyone! Th deadline to register is August 4. Visit http://sportsinc.info for more informatio or to register.
— Three Rivers SC will offer the Annual Summer Youth League for boys and girls ages 5-8 at the T-CYSA Soccer Complex. The ever-growing SYL runs June 17-July 24 on Monday and Wednesday nights from 6-7:15 p.m. Players will work with Three Rivers SC Professional Staff and Club Players on skill development Monday's and play league games on Wednesdays with their age group and gender. Cost is $55 and includes t-shirt. Players can apply individually or as a team. Refer to www.3rsc.org or email  max.m.weber@gmail.com.
SOFTBALL
— Mid-Summer Co-Ed Softball League fees have been set at $356 for a 10-game schedule. The team fee is due by June 6 at the Kennewick Recreation office, 2901 Southridge Blvd., No. A. Games are played o Sunday afternoon/evenings. For more information and for a registration packet call 585-4293 or go online at www.go2kennewick.com/recreation. Individual players looking for a team may also call to be put on a player list.
— The Tri Cities Girls Fastpitch Softball Association has open registration for recreational leagues for ages 6-18. Registration can be complete online at tcgfsa.clubspaces.com, or a registration packet can b downloaded from the website under “Documents and Forms” an mailed to P.O. Box 1648, Richland, WA 99352. Interested in coaching? Email a.miracle@tcgfa.org.
— The Oregon Renegades 18-U Girls Travel Fastpitch team is looking for girls for the 2013 season. Offering competitive softball, experienced coaching staff, college coach exposure tournaments and skill development. Contact Jessica Bequette Fitch at (541) 667-7999 or Saul Castr at (541) 571-3342.
— The Tri-Cities Bandidos 10UB fastpitch team is holding tryouts for 2013 competitive team.Contact Manuel Briones at 942-8173.
TARGET SHOOTING
— The Rattlesnake Mountain Shooting Facility (RMSF) Rose-Iris General Purpose Range is now open to the public for target shootin Wednesday and Friday through Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The RMSF is located near milepost 8 on State Route 225, north of Bento City. Each adult non-member shooter must pay a $10 fee. Person under 18 years old may shoot for free when accompanied by a parent, guardian or grandparent. The Tri-Cities Shooting Association (TCSA provides a staff of trained Range Safety Officers. The Shotgun Tra and Skeet Ranges are open Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and Wednesday from 1-9 p.m. See www.TCSA.INFO.
TRIATHLON
— The 25th EWU Iron Eagle Sprint Triathlon will be held June 2 at the Eastern Washington University pool. The event consists of a 200-meter swim, a 10-mile bike ride and a 5K run. Cost is $25 ($15 for EWU students, faculty and staff). Register by May 27 to guarantee a t-shirt. For more information, go to www.ewu.edu/campusrec, or call Mik Campitelli at 509-359-4836.
VOLLEYBALL
— Cougar Volleyball youth camp (for grades 1-6), run by WSU women’s coach Jen Greeny, will be held June 13-14 from 9-11:30 a.m. each day at WSU. Learn the fundamentals in a fun environment for beginners. Cost is $60 per child. Visit www.wsucougars.com/camps/volleyball.html, cal 509-335-7169 or email volleyball.camp@wsu.edu.
— Cougar Volleyball All-skills camp (for grades 7-12) will be held July 7 10 at Washington State University. Benefit from the highest level of training to experienced players as well as fundamentals for beginners. Camp is designed to expose campers to collegiate practice environment and give athletes a chance to raise their skill level. Cost is $350 for overnight accommodations and meals, or $295 with no overnigh stay. No meals, no overnight is $245. Call call 509-335-7169 or emai volleyball.camp@wsu.edu.
— The Cougar High School team camp/tournament will run July 10-13 a WSU. Cost is $315 per player and includes accommodations an meals. High school teams can participate only in the tournament on July 12-13; cost is $800 with overnight/meals or $500 no overnight. Call call 509-335-7169 or email volleyball.camp@wsu.edu.
WRESTLING
— Relentless Athletes Conditioning/Live Go’s Camp, 5:30-7:30 p.m. June 10-14 at Kamiakin High School. Multiple state and national champions will be on hand for wrestling-specific crossfit training, live go’s and individual drill/technique sessions. Cost is $50 per athlete, though no athlete will be turned away because of money. Contact Urbie Pina at relentless247@live.com.
YOGA
— Yoga Community (4415 W. Clearwater Ave. in Kennewick) is starting an on-going Pilates class Tuesdays from 8:30-9:30 a.m. Build long, lean muscles and strengthen your core. Fee is $17 drop in, monthly unlimited or punch card. Call 521-4287 or visit www.theyogacommunity.com.
— Yoga Community offers All Levels Yoga class at 6:30 p.m. ever Wednesday. Fit for beginners and experienced yoga students alike. Fee is $17, or use punch card or monthly unlimited. Call 521-4287.
— Yoga Community has a new Yoga for Seniors class every Thursday morning at 10 a.m. This gentle, adaptable yoga will help a seniors buil strength, flexibility, balance and stamina. Cost is by drop-in, punc card, or monthly unlimited.
— A six-week Prenatal Yoga Series will begin May 21 at 6:30 p.m. Thi class is great for mommies-to-be as it helps prepare the body and min for labor through centering, movement, and breath. It is a wonderful way to help relieve many of the minor aches and pains of pregnancy while opening the hips, improving circulation and digestion, and increasin overall comfort. All trimesters welcome. Cost for series is $75, or $1 per class. Call 521-4287 or visit www.theyogacommunity.com.

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