What's Happening sports bulletin board for June 26

Items for What’s Happening must be received by noon Thursday before publication. Send information to Karl Zinke, sports editor, including daytime telephone number, to What’s Happening, Sports Dept., The Examiner, P.O. Box 459, Independence, Mo. 64051, fax it to 816-254-0211 or send by e-mail (karl.zinke@examiner.net). Please include deadline or date notice should be taken out and please indicate what sport the announcement should be listed under. Dates are subject to change. Examiner is not responsible for tryouts. Please contact people listed for detailed information. The Examiner reserves the right to edit for length and content and remove any listings. More listings available online at www.examiner.net/sports_calendar.
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Baseball
University of Central Missouri Tom Myers Baseball Camps have been scheduled for July and August. The UCM Stars of Tomorrow Camps, for ages 15 and older, are scheduled for July 12 and Aug. 2 at Crane Stadium/Tompkins Field. These camps feature written evaluations and instruction on hitting, pitching and defensive positions by the UCM baseball staff led by head coach Tom Myers and a pro-style tryout and live games with invited area college coaches in attendance. Cost is $100 per session if pre-registered or $125 the day of camp. Register and pay online at www.mulesbaseball.com. For more information, contact Scott Reller at 660-543-4892 or srr13330@ucmo.edu.
University of Missouri Baseball camps are now open for registration, including Pitching/Catching Camp (ages 12 and older), July 28-29; and Skills Camps (July 12, 19, 27 and Aug. 2 – campers may sign up for one skills camp only). Contact the Missouri Baseball Office at 573-884-8929 or log on to http://www.mutigers.com/sports/m-basebl/spec-rel/013008aac.html for more information and online registration.
Kansas City Youth Pitching Academy, Inc., is looking for new or used baseball equipment donations. Donations will be used for families who can’t afford to supply their children with baseball equipment for next year’s baseball season. Bats, gloves, helmets, shoes, pants and other items are accepted. Kansas City Youth Pitching Academy, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping develop injury-free youth pitchers through education, research and instruction. If you have any baseball gear taking up space in your home, please contact Russ Barker at rbarker@kcyouthpitching.com or 816-517-1828.
Ongoing: Kiwanis Baseball League, for 15-16-year-old teams, is a composite wood bat league. League games to be played at Crysler, IAC and Fort Osage. League is seeking experienced scorekeepers. For more information contact John Curtis at 816-795-6503 or sigjcc@comcast.net.
Ongoing: Fort Osage Indians Athletic Association USSSA sanctioned baseball league for full teams and individual players ages 4-14. For more information, visit the Web site (www.fortosagebaseball.com).
Ongoing: Blue Springs Little League. For more information go to Web site (bluespringsbaseball.org).
Ongoing: Queen City Baseball Association. For more information, call the Queen City office at 816-796-4003, visit the Web site (www.eteamz.com/qcba/) or send e-mail to: Queencitybball@aol.com.
Ongoing: Tri-City Baseball League. For more information, visit the Web site (www.tri-city.org) or call Donna Schroer at Tri-City at 816-795-1088, ext. 320.

Basketball
* Independence Parks and Recreation will offer Basketball at Bundschu Park 2-4 p.m. on June 26 for ages 8-18. There is no fee. Compete for prizes in 3-point and free-throw contests. Music, refreshments and giveaways also will be featured. For more information, visit www.independencemo.org/parksandrec or call 816-325-7843.
Lee’s Summit Parks and Recreation currently taking registrations for Youth Basketball Camp for grades 3-8. The mini camp will be held July 15-17 for grades 3-5 and July 22-24 for grades 6-8. Camps will be held 6-9 p.m. on Thursday and Friday evenings and 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays at Harris Park Community Center in Lee’s Summit. Cost is $40 per participant. Registration ends July 2. To register, call 816-969-1500 or register online to www.lsparks.net. Payment must accompany registration.
Tryouts, twenty sixteen, a local sixth grade competitive boys basketball team looking to add one post player. Contact Brett Kratzer at 816-213-7329 or kratzer5@yahoo.com if interested.
Tryouts, Prowlers Basketball program starting at SportsCity in Blue Springs, for grades 3-12. Freshmen and younger will not travel out of state and will play majority of games in KC metro area. Older groups will be traveling to NCAA-sanctioned tournaments to get exposure to college scouts. Older groups could travel as far as Minnesota, Nebraska and Iowa. Teams will have two practice days per week plus games. All Prowler Basketball players will get 50 percent off any clinics and camps the Prowlers Basketball program hold at SportsCity. For more information or tryout details, contact Steve Tutt at 816-286-8796 or coachtutt@prowlersbasketballkc.com.
Ongoing: Blue Springs Athletic Association Basketball League. For more information contact, Steve Hyde at 816-228-4994 or visit bsaabasketball.com.
Ongoing: AAU basketball. For more information, write to the Missouri Valley AAU, 1815 South York, Independence, Mo. 64058, call 816-796-8893 or send e-mail to smaau@comcast.net.

Bowling
* Independence Parks and Recreation will offer a Bowling Family Sports Night 6-8 p.m. June 30 at Diamond Bowl. All ages are welcome and the event is free. For more information, visit www.independencemo.org/parksandrec or call 816-325-7843.

BMX/Cycling
Lee’s Summit Parks & Recreation’s 9th annual Tour de Lakes bike ride, June 26 at 7 a.m. The ride, which honors the memory of Tom Logan, a longtime Lee’s Summit resident and avid bike rider, includes three courses that encompass five area lakes throughout Grandview, Kansas City, Lee’s Summit, and Blue Springs. Tour de Lakes starts at the Longview Recreation Center located at View High and Third Street in Lee’s Summit – near New Longview. There is a short, 10-mile ride that encircles Longview Lake. A slightly longer 30-mile ride includes Longview Lake and Raintree Lake. The longest course is 63 miles and tours Longview Lake, Raintree Lake, Lakewood, Blue Springs Lake and Lake Jacomo (distances may vary). Registration fees are $25 for participants age 14 or older and $20 for ages 13 and younger. Guaranteed T-shirt and goodie bag if registered by June 13. After June 23, fees increase to $30 and $25. Packet pickup and late registration is June 25, 5-7 p.m. at JP Coffee and 5:45-6:45 a.m. the morning of the ride at Longview Recreation Center parking lot. Register at www.lsparks.net or www.active.com. For more information, call 816-969-1500.
Ongoing: Blue Springs BMX at Pink Hill Park in Blue Springs. For more information, call the Track Hot Line at 816-392-9901 or visit bluespringsbmx.com.

Football
Ongoing: Raytown Sports Association Football, for ages 5-15. Flag (grades K-1) and tackle (grades 1-7). For more information, call Bob Dingman 816-510-2607 or www.raytownsports.com.
Ongoing: Pop Warner football, ages 5-14 are eligible. For more information, call Steve Bowen at 816-373-4511 or 816-550-2221 or e-mail to SSKC88@aol.com.
Ongoing: Blue Springs Pop Warner football, for ages 5-15. Flag football is for ages 5-8; tackle football is ages 8-15. For more information, call Leonard Fields at 816-373-3298 or Marc Busker 816-224-7991.
Ongoing: Blue Springs Athletic Association football leagues. For information, call the BSAA Hotline at 224-4639, ext. 3012 or visit bsaafootball.com.
Ongoing: Grain Valley Athletic Association youth football leagues. Flag (grades K-2) and tackle (grades 3-7) are available. For more information, visit the Web site at www.gvaasports.org.

Golf
* Independence Parks and Recreation will offer a Golf Family Sports Night 6-8 p.m. July 14 at Drumm Farm Golf Club. All ages are welcome and the event is free. For more information, visit www.independencemo.org/parksandrec or call 816-325-7843.
Lee’s Summit Parks & Recreation will offer adult and youth golf lessons in July and August at Fred Arbanas Golf Course at Longview Lake. Adult beginner lessons have two sessions for $75 each: 6-7 p.m. Mondays from July 12 to Aug. 9 (register by July 5) and 8-9 a.m. Saturdays from July 17 to Aug. 14 (register by July 10). Youth beginner lessons, for ages 8-15, have two sessions for $75 each: 4:30-5:30 p.m. Mondays from July 12 to Aug. 9 (register by July 5) and 10:30-11:30 a.m. Saturdays from July 17 to Aug. 14 (register by July 10). Intermediate youth lessons, for ages 8-15, which cost $90 per person, are 9:15-10:15 a.m. Saturdays from July 14 to Aug. 14 (register by July 10). Mastercard and Visa are accepted and registrations can be taken over the phone at 969-1500 or online at www.lsparks.net.

Gymnastics
Blue Springs Parks and Recreation Department offering introductory gymnastics classes at Rebound Gymnastics (8316 South Missouri 7 Highway) in July and August. Boys and girls ages 6-12 are eligible. Participants will learn the basics of gymnastics with the use of the bars, beam, vault and trampoline. Four-class sessions are held 5-5:30 p.m. on Monday nights July 5-26 or Aug. 2-30. Cost is $20 per person per four-class session. For more information or to register, call the Parks office at 816-228-0137 or visit the Web site (www.bluespringsgov.com). Register online or at City Hall (903 Main Street) during business hours.

Horseshoes
Independence Horseshoe Club leagues run April through August. For more information, contact club president Alvin Gwinn at 816-461-1746 or league director David Thompson at 816-516-2508.

Martial Arts
* Independence Parks and Recreation will offer youth karate lessons July 7-28 and Aug. 2-30 at Sermon Community Center for ages 8-15. Classes meet 6-7 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. Cost is $40 per child per session. For more information, visit www.independencemo.org/parksandrec or call 816-325-7843.
Blue Springs Parks and Recreation Department will offer Tai Chi classes starting the week of July 6 at Vesper Hall (400 NW Vesper Street) in Blue Springs. Cost is $49 for a eight-week class. Advanced class meets 8:05-9:05 p.m. Tuesdays from July 6 through Aug. 24. Beginner class meets 8:05-9:05 p.m. Thursdays from July 8 through Aug. 26. Slow-moving exercises help increase flexibility, energy, circulation and reduce stress. Instructor Konrad Smith is classified as a level six instructor. For more information, call the Parks office at 816-228-0137 or visit the Web site (www.bluespringsgov.com). Register online or at City Hall (903 Main Street) during business hours.

Miscellaneous
* Lee’s Summit Parks and Recreation now offering an Adult Disc Golf Class for Beginners. Learn about basic course rules, etiquette, types of throws, how to putt and proper disc selection. The class will be held 6-7 p.m. on Thursdays, July 22 to Aug. 12 at the Legacy Park Disc Golf Course in Lee’s Summit. Registration fee is $55 per person and deadline to register is July 15. Register online at www.lsparks.net or call LSPR at 816-969-1500.
Ongoing: YMCA youth sports (preschool children through ninth grade) offered are baseball, soccer, basketball, golf and tennis. Swim lessons for youths and adults are also offered. For more information, contact the Blue Springs YMCA (224-9620), Independence YMCA (254-9622) or the Raytown YMCA (356-9622).
Ongoing: Kansas City Gaelic Atheltic Club. Gaelic football squad trains and scrimmages at 11 a.m. every Sunday at the Wizards practice facility in Swope Park (63rd and Lewis Road). For more information or the blog, visit the KCGAC Web sit at http://kansascity.missouri.gaa.ie/index.html or http://kcgac.blogspot.com.
Ongoing: Kansas City Blues Rugby team. Practices are open to experienced and new players. For more information, call the Blues hotline at 816-960-1281 or visit the Web site (www.kcblues.org).
Ongoing: Missouri State Senior Games: Call the MSSG office at (573) 882-1462 or go online (www.smsg.org/senior_games).

Outdoors
* Independence Parks and Recreation will offer an Archery Family Sports Night 6-8 p.m. July 21 at the Truman Memorial Building. All ages are welcome and the event is free. For more information, visit www.independencemo.org/parksandrec or call 816-325-7843.
Ongoing: Raytown Bass Club is seeking new members. For more information, call Dennis Mitchell at 913-787-5810, Neil Parikh at 816-506-0611 or visit the www.raytownbassclub.net Web site.

Racquetball
Ongoing: Independence YMCA racquetball leagues. For more information, call the YMCA at 816-254-9622.

Running/Triathlons
* Lee’s Summit Parks and Recreation now registering for the 18th Annual Longview Junior Triathlon, July 25 at 7:30 a.m. Triathlon is designed to encourage kids to set fitness goals. Experience as a triathlete is not required. The event will start and finish at the Longview Recreation Center (3801 SW Longview Road) in Lee’s Summit. Events included in the triathlon are a swim, bike ride and run and distances are based on age of participant. Ages 3-17 (based on Dec. 31, 2009) are eligible. Registration fees are $19.50 for ages 3-5, $39 for individuals and $60 for teams. Participants signed up by July 9 are guaranteed a T-shirt. After July 16, registration fees increase to $45 and $70. No entries accepted after July 23. All participants are required to have an annual $5 USAT Triathlon Youth Membership (sign up at www.usatraithlon.org). All finishers receive a medal plus pizza, treats and prizes will be available after the race. To get registered, call LSPR at 816-969-1500 or go online at www.lsparks.net or at www.trikc.org.
Ongoing: Blue Springs Running Club, contact Terry Hickam at 816-229-6779.
Ongoing: Free Sunday runs offered at Garry Gribbles Running Sports. Check Web site at garrygribbles.com for directions and starting times. For more information, call 816-373-1100.
Ongoing: The Brocaw Blazers youth cross country team. For further information, visit the Web site at www.brocawblazers.org or call coach David Ramsey at 816-365-7938.

Soap Box Derby
Kansas City Soap Box Derby Racing Association has released its 2010 race/activity schedule. Here are the following remaining dates: Fall Rally I, Aug. 21-22, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., 4300 Eastern Ave., Kansas City (free to spectators; fee for racers); Fall Rally II, Sept. 18-19, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., 4300 Eastern Ave., Kansas City (free to spectators; fee for racers). Children ages 7-18 are eligible to race and spectators are welcome. For more information, visit the Kansas City Soap Box Derby Web Site at www.kcsbd.com.
Ongoing: Kansas City Soap Box Derby. Visit the Kansas City Soap Box Derby Web site at www.kcsbd.org or the All American Soap Box Derby Web site at aasbd.org for more information.

Soccer
* Independence Parks and Recreation Challenger Sports Soccer Camps are scheduled for July 12-16 at the Independence Athletic Complex. First Kicks program, for ages 3-4, meets 9-10 a.m. each day and cost is $65 per participant. Mini Soccer program, for ages 5-6, meets 10:30 a.m.-noon each day and cost is $80 per participant. A Tetra Brazil program, for ages 7-14 also will be offered. Call for times and fees. Deadline to register for all camps is July 9. For more information, visit www.independencemo.org/parksandrec or call 816-325-7843.
Ongoing: Soccer kickarounds every Sunday, 7 p.m. at Blue Springs High School’s Peve Stadium. Call 808-4978 for more information or send e-mail to bshssocceralummni@hotmail.com.
Ongoing: BSHS Soccer Alumni Association seeking former soccer players at Blue Springs High School to join in the year-round fun and giving. For more information, call Bob Rusert at 816-808-4978 or visit bshssocceralumni.org.
Ongoing: Blue Springs High School Boys Soccer Booster Club will meet on second Thursday of each month at the high school. For more information, call Bernadette Lawson at 816-616-4531.
Ongoing: Blue Springs High School Girls Soccer Booster Club meets the third Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. in the Blue Springs High School library. For more information, contact Kathy Karst at 816-228-7458 or Janet Shelman at 816-229-5769.
Ongoing: Blue Springs Soccer Club. For more information, call 913-982-1240, visit the Web site (www.bluespringssoccerclub.org) or send e-mail to sewells@sprintmail.com.
Ongoing: Soccer Association of Independence. Visit the Web site at www.saisoccer.org or call 456-9837.
Ongoing: Soccer West. Visit www.soccerwestmo.com, send e-mail to soccerwest1@sbcglobal.net or call 816-229-4502.
Ongoing: Oak Grove Soccer League. For information contact Bruce Forthofer at 816-898-7564 or president@oakgrovesoccer.org or visit the Web site (www.oakgrovesoccer.org).
Ongoing: BVAC Youth Soccer Leagues. For more information, call BVAC at 816-796-8702, visit the Web site (www.bvacsports.org) or send e-mail to bvac@bvacsports.org.
Ongoing: Raytown Soccer Club. For more information, visit the Web site (www.raytownsoccerclub.org) or call 816-313-7721.
Ongoing: Jackson County Parks and Recreation Soccer Field Rental Program. Requests for field rentals are on a first-come, first-serve basis. Cost is $20 per hour, per field for daily rental and $100 per field or $30 per team for tournament or league field rental. Nets, corner flags, field painting, etc., require additional fees. To reserve a field or for more information, call 816-795-8200, ext. 1-277 or 1-270.
Ongoing: Jackson County Futsal Leagues. Futsal is FIFA’s official indoor soccer game, a scaled down version of outdoor soccer played indoors on a smaller field with a low-bounce ball that is weighted. For more information, visit the Web site (www.premierfutsal.com) or call Jim West at 816-522-7314.

Softball
Blue Springs Parks and Recreation Department Adult Fall Slow-Pitch Softball Leagues begin the week of July 19 at Young Park and Blue Springs Park. Most leagues play a 10-game schedule, except doubleheader leagues which play 12 games. All games will be sanctioned through the Amateur Softball Association. Fees range from $330 (10 games, single umpire) to $455 (doubleheader, two umpires) and include ASA sanction fee. For complete list of leagues, visit online at www.bluespringsgov.com. Registration deadline is July 6. Late registration will be accepted, depending on availability, until July 12, but will be assessed a $30 late fee. Pre-register by phone with Visa, Discover or Master Card, online at www.bluespringsgov.com, by mail or in person, at City Hall, 903 Main Street. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  For additional information, call the Parks and Recreation office at 816-228-0137.
Ongoing: The Exceptionals, a summer youth softball program at Hidden Valley Park Softball Complex for boys and girls ages 5-20 physically or mentally unable to participate in other programs. Contact Laurie Munzuris at 816-522-6749 or Karin Windes at 816-217-8403 for more information or to volunteer.
Ongoing: Blue Springs Girls Softball Association. For more information, visit the Web site (bsgsa.net).
Independence Girls Softball Association. For more information, visit the Web site (www.igsasoftball.com).
Ongoing: Lee’s Summit Girls Softball Association is accepting girls from the entire metro area. Information available online at LSGSA.org. Both recreational and competitive teams available.
Ongoing: Heart of America Senior Softball leagues, for women ages 40-70-plus, men ages 50-70-plus, and coed (women 40-plus and men 50-plus). To register or for more information, visit the Web site (www.hasskc.com), send e-mail to hasskc@sbcglobal.net or call 816-358-4277.
Ongoing: KC Metro 50-Plus Softball League. For details or visit the Web site (www.kcseniorsoftball.com).

Swimming & Diving
Blue Springs Parks and Recreation Department is offering swimming instruction for youths ages 18 months to 5 years old, July 12-22 at Centennial Pool-Plex in Blue Springs. Cost is $40 per person for eight-class session. Shrimp (18 months to age 3) and Seahorse (ages 3-5) meet Monday through Thursday each week, 10-10:30 a.m., 11-11:30 a.m. or 7-7:30 p.m. each day. Starfish (ages 4-5) meet Monday through Thursday each week, 10-10:45 a.m., 11-11:45 a.m. or 7-7:45 p.m. each day. For more information or to register, call the Parks office at 816-228-0137 or visit the Web site (www.bluespringsgov.com). Register online with a credit card or at City Hall (903 Main Street) during business hours.
Ongoing: Kansas City Dolphins, practices at Centennial Pool-Plex and Blue Springs YMCA in Blue Springs and Blue Valley High School in Overland Park, Kan. Signups are ongoing throughout the year. Visit the Web site (www.teamdolphins.com) for more information.
Ongoing: Blue Springs YMCA Swim Club, a non-competitive swim team, is available to children ages 6-18. Fundamentals of each stroke as well as personal development will be taught. Call the Blue Springs YMCA at 816-224-9620 for more details.
Ongoing: Tsunami Swim Team at Blue Springs YMCA, Longview Recreation Center and William Jewell College. Signups are ongoing throughout the year. Call 816-224-WAVE (9283) or visit online (www.tsunamienterprises.com).
Ongoing: KC Blazers swim team, at the Blue Springs YMCA and the Longview Recreation Center in Lee’s Summit. For more information, call 913-383-8342.
Ongoing: Centennial Pool-Plex open swim hours. Admission is $5 per person for age 4 and older ($3.50 after 5 p.m.). Ages 3 and younger are free with a parent. Season memberships are also available. For dates and times of Lap Swim, Swimnastics, Therapeutic Swim, open swim hours or additional information, call 228-0137.

Table Tennis
Ongoing: Open play, JACOMO Table Tennis Club in Independence, Monday evenings, 6-9 p.m. For more information, call Dave Baker at 816-229-2253 or send e-mail to dhbakerinc@yahoo.com.

Tennis
* Independence Parks and Recreation will offer Beginner, Intermediate and Junior Tennis Lessons for ages 7-15 on July 12-22 at Santa Fe Trail Park. Beginner Lessons are 5:30-6:15 p.m. each night and cost is $40 per person. Intermediate Lessons are 6:30-7:30 p.m. each day and cost is $40 per person. Junior Lessons are 5:30-7 p.m. each day and cost is $60 per person. Deadline to register is July 9. The Junior Elite Training Program also is available August through October for ages 11-15 at Santa Fe Trail Park. Participants must have completed an intermediate session or have approval from instructor. Cost is $150 per person and days are arranged with instructor. Cost includes 30 hours of instruction, a T-shirt and tennis balls. Private lessons with Truman High School coach Tara Corwin are also available for ages 4 and older. Cost is $40 per hour for up to five persons per family. Racquets and balls are provided. For more information on these programs, call 816-325-7843.
* Independence Parks and Recreation will offer adult tennis lessons for ages 18 and older on July 12-22 at Santa Fe Trail Park. Classes meet 7-8 p.m. each day. Cost is $40 per person. Deadline to register is July 9. Racquets and balls are provided. For more information, call 816-325-7843.
* Independence Parks and Recreation will offer a Tennis Family Sports Night 6-8 p.m. July 28 at Blackburn School Park. All ages are welcome and the event is free. For more information, visit www.independencemo.org/parksandrec or call 816-325-7843.
Blue Springs Parks and Recreation Department and Metro East Tennis Center offering youth tennis lessons in July and August for ages 5-18. All classes will be taught by instructors from Metro East Tennis Center at Old Mill Park (112 NW Woods Chapel Road) and at Metro East Tennis Center during inclement weather. QuickStart Tennis is a beginner program for ages 5-9 and meets 8-8:30 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday July 6-22 or Aug. 3-19. Cost is $40 per participant. Beginner & Advanced Tennis program is for novice players ages 10-15 and meets 9-10 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday July 6-22 or Aug. 3-19. Cost is $45. Cardio Tennis for Kids program is open to ages 10-15 of all abilities and includes drill-based and play-based exercises keep the heart rate up. It meets 10-11 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday July 6-22 or Aug. 3-19. For more information or to register, call the Parks office at 816-228-0137 or visit the Web site (www.bluespringsgov.com). Register online with a credit card or at City Hall (903 Main Street) during business hours.
Blue Springs Parks and Recreation Department and Metro East Tennis Center offering adult tennis lessons in July for ages 18 and older. Beginner/advanced beginner lessons are for those who have never taken lessons before as well as those who need to brush up on their skills. All classes will be taught by instructors from Metro East Tennis Center at Old Mill Park (112 NW Woods Chapel Road) and at Metro East Tennis Center during inclement weather. Cost is $50 per person. Lessons are 8-9 a.m. Monday and Wednesday July 5-21, or 8-9 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday July 6-22. A Cardio Tennis program, which includes drill-based and play-based exercises keep the heart rate up, runs 9-10 a.m. Monday and Wednesday July 5-21. For more information or to register, call the Parks office at 816-228-0137 or visit the Web site (www.bluespringsgov.com). Register online with a credit card or at City Hall (903 Main Street) during business hours.
Lee’s Summit Parks & Recreation is now taking registrations for the annual Summer Classic Open Tennis Tournament, July 9-11 in Lee’s Summit. The following divisions will compete: men’s open singles and doubles; men’s A singles and doubles; men’s 35-and-over singles and doubles; women’s open singles and doubles; women’s A singles and doubles; open mixed doubles; junior boys and girls singles and doubles in age 18, 16, 14 and 12-and-under. Registration through 5 p.m. July 6. Tournament fees for single events are $12 per person per event and $16 per team per event for doubles. Participants may compete in a maximum of 1 singles and 1 doubles event. Ages based on July 1, 2010. Call 816-969-1500 for more information or to register or visit www.lsparks.net.
Northwest Missouri State University 2010 Tennis Camp is scheduled forJune 28-July 2, for ages 10-18. Cost is $300 per person for a resident camper and $150 per person for a commuter camper. For more information, call 660-562-1312.
Ongoing: United States Tennis Association Jr. Team Tennis, for boys and girls ages 6-18 in leagues that emphasize fun, fitness and friends. Leagues match players of similar age and ability using the Junior National Tennis Rating Program (JNTRP). To learn more go to www.missourivalley.usta.com or call 913-322-4826.

Track & Field
Ongoing: Eastern Jackson County Track club, for ages 6-18. Includes USA Track and Field membership. For more information, contact Chris Earley at 816-847-0252.
Ongoing: Missouri Valley AAU Association. Visit the Web site (www.region8aau.org/movalley).

Volleyball
* Independence Parks and Recreation will offer a Volleyball Family Sports Night 6-8 p.m. July 7 at the Truman Memorial Building. All ages are welcome and the event is free. For more information, visit www.independencemo.org/parksandrec or call 816-325-7843.
Lee’s Summit Parks and Recreation Department Youth Volleyball Camp, July 8-10 at Harris Park Community Center in Lee’s Summit. Camp focuses on basic fundamentals for children entering grades 4-8. Camp meets 6:15-9:15 p.m. on July 8 and 9 and 9 a.m. to noon on July 10. Cost is $40 per person. Deadline to register is June 25. To register, call 816-969-1500, go online to www.lsparks.net or go to any LSPR locations and register in person. Payment must accompany registration.
Ongoing: Blue Springs Youth Volleyball League. For more information, visit the Web site at www.eteamz.com/BSYVL.
Ongoing: Fort Osage Youth Volleyball League, for girls in grades 4-7. Girls in Fort Osage and Independence school districts are eligible. Contact Lyn Adams at 816-650-6294.

Wrestling
Ongoing: Youth Jaguar Wrestling Club, team practices at Blue Springs South High School. For more information, contact Doug Black at dblack@bssd.net or 816-582-6911.
Ongoing: Independence Youth Wrestling program at the William Chrisman High School wrestling room. Ages 5-14 are eligible. Practices are on Mondays and Wednesdays. Tournaments are scheduled for Saturdays at area schools. Novice tournaments for first- and second-year wrestlers are Sundays. For more information, visit the Web site at www.independenceyouthwrestling.org or contact Chuck Rodgers at 816-254-3716 or Bill Jones at 816-305-2928.
Ongoing: Predator Youth Wrestling Club of Eastern Jackson County seeks youth wrestlers ages 5-14. Practices are scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the William Chrisman High School wrestling room. For more information on joining, please contact Dawn Taff at 816-650-3979 or Mike Gempeler at 816-525-1244 or mwgempeler@gmail.com.
Ongoing: Mat Rat Wrestling Club, practices at Lee’s Summit West, Richmond and University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg. Team is run by UCM assistant and former Raytown South High School head coach Alan Hull. Contact Alan Hull at 816-564-1847 or hullbuilders@yahoo.com for more information.
Ongoing: Western Stars Youth Wrestling Club, for ages 4-15. For more information, contact Phil Howk at 816-841-9852 or visit www.westernstars.org.
Ongoing: Fort Osage Mat Club. Children in kindergarten through eighth in the Fort Osage School District are eligible. Practices are 6-8 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday at the Fort Osage Multipurpose Building. For more information, Contact Jeff Cutbirth at 816-478-3994 or Bob Luke at 816-650-3516.
Ongoing: Mo West Wrestling Club. For more information, contact Jason Heslop by e-mail (jheslop@mowest.org) or by calling 816-471-2499.
Ongoing: Lee’s Summit Broncos Youth Wrestling Club. Call Bill Biggerstaff at 816-986-1499 ext. 8193 for more information. Additional registration info and practice schedule may be found at www.leesummit.k12.mo.us/lsnhs and click on athletics, wrestling and Kids Club.