Sports Talk

SOFTBALL

Souhegan Valley 14U Storm headed to World Series

The Souhegan Valley Storm 14U Babe Ruth All-Star softball team has earned a spot in the softball World Series with a runner-up fin­ish in the New England Regional Tournament this past weekend in Plymouth.

The World Series tournament is scheduled for July 29-Aug. 5 in Newberry, Fla. To gain a spot in the championship game, the Storm beat the eastern Massachusetts State Champions from Raynham, Mass., 12-3.

The Storm roster is consists of Milford’s Lauren Basta, Meredith Basta and Abby Sites; Bedford’s Hannah Cronin, Kylie Dimond, Whitney Fitzgerald, Maddy Lu­contoni and Emily Moll; Am­herst’s Abi MacLatchy and Rhe­anna Wilson; Brookline’s Megan McLaughlin; Mont Vernon’s Alex Meader; and Wilton-Lyn­deborough’s Ashley Humphreys and Abby LeBlanc. The team is coached by Steve Dimond, Doug Moll, Colin Wilson and Beth Fitzgerald.

The team is looking for financial support to help defray the costs of participating in this once-in-a-lifetime experience through a Go­FundMe site at www.gofundme. com/SVSTORM14USoftball.

JR. CAVALIERS

Fall registration is open

The Hollis Brookline Jr. Cava­liers football and cheer program registration is open for the 2015 season.

For more information on reg­istration go to hbjrcavs.com and review the registration process lo­cated under the FAQ tab.

For questions regarding football, contact Chris Lones at clones@pj­clbr.com, and for questions regard­ing cheer, contact Robin Giaconia at argiaconia@yahoo.com.

CAMPS

Nashua Sports Academy Camp

Summer Camp at Nashua Sports Academy runs weekly thru Aug. 28. There is a weekly Adven­ture Camp as well as sports specific camps for boys and girls ages four and up. Go to www.nashuasport­sacademy.com for more informa­tion or to register.

UMass Lowell Softball Clinic

The Danielle Henderson Soft­ball Academy at UMass Lowell will hold a summer clinic on July 27-29 for grades 7-12. UMass Lowell coaches and players will of­fer instruction in pitching, hitting, and defense. For complete infor­mation on the clinics, times, and registration, visit www.danielle­hendersonsoftballacademy.com.

UMass Lowell Soccer Camps

The UMass Lowell women’s soccer program will hold two four-day summer camps. There will be two River Hawk Soccer Academy sessions aimed at two differing age groups. The first runs from July 31- Aug. 3 and is open to girls age 13 and up. It will be an intense train­ing camp that will focus on both the technical and tactical sides of the game. The second camp session is open to boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 12 and will be a mix of technical stations, small sided games and individual in­struction.

Campers will also have super­vised access to the UMass Lowell swimming pool.The registration fee is $225 for a full day session and $125 for half day attendees. Enrollment, for both camps, is limited and on a first come, first serve basis. For more information contact Assistant Coach Matt Harry at Matthew_Harry@uml. edu or visit www.totalcamps.com/ umlwomenssoccercamps/home.

UNH Boys Basketball Camp

Registration is open for the up­coming University of New Hamp­shire Boys Basketball Wildcat Day Camp set for July 27-30 at UNH’s Lundholm Gymnasium and Paul Sweet Oval.

The day camp is open to any and all participants from grades two to nine. For boys in grades 2-5, camp will run from 9 a.m.-noon. The longer camp, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. is for grades 6-9.

Besides instruction for begin­ners and advanced youth, there will be two games per day and skill de­velopment sessions. Each camper will receive a tee shirt and a UNH basketball. Camp prices are $90 for grades 2-5 and $175 for grades 6-9. For more information, contact Liz McAllister at liz.mcallister@ unh.edu.

Daniel Webster College soccer camp

The Daniel Webster soccer pro­grams will host the second annual Daniel Webster College Boys and Girls Soccer Day Camp on the college’s campus from Aug. 10-13.

Curriculum and drills will be adjusted to meet the needs of the groups. Campers should bring a ball, shin-pads, cleats, and plenty of water. All participants will also receive a free t-shirt.

The session runs from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. each day for players ages 6 through 12. Fees per child are $100.

For more information con­tact Matt Correia at 577-6618 or Correia_matt@dwc.edu., or go to athletics.dwc.edu/information/ Camps-Clinics.

Nashua Boys & Girls Club leagues

The Greater Nashua Boys & Girls Club summer basketball and volleyball leagues are underway.

Basketball games for players in or entering high school are Mon­days and Wednesdays at 6 and 7 p.m. For middle school athletes, games are Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4 and 5 p.m.

Teen volleyball will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 and 7 p.m.

For more information or to reg­ister for the leagues, contact club athletic director Joe Maryanski by email at jmaryanski@bgcn.com or by phone at 883-0523 ext. 235.

Sports Tryout web site

Coaches are invited to post try­outs, camps, and clinics on Sport­tryouts.com., with free or paid list­ing options. The can also qualify to receive scholarship money for athletes or fees associated with playing.

For more information, go to Sporttryouts.com and click on the scholarship link.

Sports Talk

SOFTBALL

Souhegan Valley 14U Storm headed to World Series

The Souhegan Valley Storm 14U Babe Ruth All-Star soft­ball team has earned a spot in the softball World Series with a runner-up finish in the New England Regional Tournament this past weekend in Plymouth.

The World Series tournament is scheduled for July 29-Aug. 5 in Newberry, Fla. To gain a spot in the championship game, the Storm beat the eastern Massa­chusetts State Champions from Raynham, Mass., 12-3.

The Storm roster is consists of Milford’s Lauren Basta, Meredith Basta and Abby Sites; Bedford’s Hannah Cronin, Kylie Dimond, Whitney Fitzgerald, Maddy Lu­contoni and Emily Moll; Amherst’s Abi MacLatchy and Rheanna Wil­son; Brookline’s Megan McLaugh­lin; Mont Vernon’s Alex Meader; and Wilton-Lyndeborough’s Ash­ley Humphreys and Abby LeBlanc. The team is coached by Steve Di­mond, Doug Moll, Colin Wilson and Beth Fitzgerald.

The team is looking for financial support to help defray the costs of participating in this once-in-a-lifetime experience through a Go­FundMe site at www.gofundme. com/SVSTORM14USoftball.

Men’s league

The Bedford Men’s Softball League is looking for players over 30 years old. Players must live or work in Bedford. To sign up, go to www.bmsl.net.

LACROSSE

BYL scholarships

The Bedford Youth Lacrosse program (Cannons) is now ac­cepting applications for scholar­ship awards. Candidates should have had some participation in the Bedford Youth Lacrosse pro­gram. Go to the website, www. bedfordcannons.org, to download an application.

JAGUARS

Flag football registration

Bedford Jaguars are holding reg­istration for the 2015 flag football season. Flag football is a non-con­tact program for children enter­ing kindergarten through second grade in the fall. Jags are part of the New Hampshire American Youth Football program, and play games against other towns in the state. The Jaguars also offer tackle football, cheer and dance teams. Register online at www.nhyfsc. org, or contact president@bedford jaguars.org for more information.

CAMPS

Nashua Sports Academy Camp

Summer Camp at Nashua Sports Academy runs weekly thru Aug. 28. There is a weekly Adventure Camp as well as sports specific camps for boys and girls ages four and up. Go to www. nashuasportsacademy.com for more information or to register.

UMass Lowell Softball Clinic

The Danielle Henderson Soft­ball Academy at UMass Low­ell will hold a summer clinic on July 27-29 for grades 7-12. UMass Lowell coaches and play­ers will offer instruction in pitch­ing, hitting, and defense. For complete information on the clinics, times, and registration, visit www.daniellehendersonsoft ballacademy.com.

UMass Lowell Soccer Camps

The UMass Lowell women’s soccer program will hold two four-day summer camps. There will be two River Hawk Soccer Academy sessions aimed at two differing age groups. The first runs from July 31-Aug. 3 and is open to girls age 13 and up.

It will be an intense training camp that will focus on both the technical and tactical sides of the game. The second camp session is open to boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 12 and will be a mix of technical stations, small sided games and individual in­struction.

Campers will also have super­vised access to the UMass Lowell swimming pool.The registration fee is $225 for a full day session and $125 for half day attendees. Enrollment, for both camps, is lim­ited and on a first come, first serve basis. For more information con­tact Assistant Coach Matt Harry at Matthew_Harry@uml.edu or visit www.totalcamps.com/uml womenssoccercamps/home.

UNH Boys

Basketball Camp

Registration is open for the up­coming University of New Hamp­shire Boys Basketball Wildcat Day Camp set for July 27-30 at UNH’s Lundholm Gymnasium and Paul Sweet Oval.

The day camp is open to any and all participants from grades two to nine. For boys in grades 2-5, camp will run from 9 a.m.- noon. The longer camp, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. is for grades 6-9.

Besides instruction for begin­ners and advanced youth, there will be two games per day and skill development sessions. Each camper will receive a tee shirt and a UNH basketball. Camp prices are $90 for grades 2-5 and $175 for grades 6-9. For more infor­mation, contact Liz McAllister at liz.mcallister@unh.edu.

Daniel Webster College soccer camp

The Daniel Webster soccer programs will host the second annual Daniel Webster College Boys and Girls Soccer Day Camp on the college’s campus from Aug. 10-13. Curriculum and drills will be adjusted to meet the needs of the groups. Campers should bring a ball, shin-pads, cleats, and plenty of water. All participants will also receive a free t-shirt.

The session runs from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. each day for players ages 6 through 12. Fees per child are $100. For more information contact Matt Correia at 577- 6618 or Correia_matt@dwc.edu., or go to athletics.dwc.edu/infor­mation/Camps-Clinics.

Nashua Boys & Girls Club leagues

The Greater Nashua Boys & Girls Club summer basketball and volleyball leagues are under­way. Basketball games for play­ers in or entering high school are Mondays and Wednesdays at 6 and 7 p.m.

For middle school athletes, games are Tuesdays and Thurs­days at 4 and 5 p.m. Teen vol­leyball will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 and 7 p.m.

For more information or to register for the leagues, contact club athletic director Joe Mary­anski by email at jmaryanski@ bgcn.com or by phone at 883- 0523 ext. 235.

Sports Tryout web site

Coaches are invited to post try­outs, camps, and clinics on Sport­tryouts.com., with free or paid list­ing options. The can also qualify to receive scholarship money for ath­letes or fees associated with play­ing. For more information, go to Sporttryouts.com and click on the scholarship link