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Manteca FC tryouts for under-10 boys team

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POSTED July 20, 2011 12:19 a.m.

Manteca Futbol Club is hosting tryouts for its under-10 boys team today and Thursday, July 21 at Roberts Estate Park (behind Sierra High School).

Tryout times are from 6-7:30 p.m., and additional dates are July 26 and 28.

For more information, contact Joe Pires at (209) 602-8597 and email mfcjoe1958@yahoo.com, or Aaron West at (209) 484-1651 and awest@pmz.com.

The new season begins on Aug. 1.

NOMADS TRYOUTS: The Nomads Soccer Club and Academy, founded in 1976, is opening a program to serve the Manteca, Salida and Modesto areas with established braches in San Diego, Chula Vista and Fresno.

The organization is looking to fill teams in the under-8 to under-18 boys and girls divisions. All levels of play (Premier, Elite, Select) are offered.

Tryout dates are July 22 and July 25 from 6-8 p.m. in Salida’s Segesta Park (corner of Finney and Segesta). All players must supply their own balls, shin guards and water.

Contact Luciano M. Silveira at (209) 652-7925, or Jose Montes at (209) 612-5936 for further details. Additional information is available at www.nomadssoccer.org.

AIS CAMP: The Ambassadors In Sport soccer camp returns to Manteca Aug. 2-6 at Northgate Park.

AIS will bring 13 international coaches for an afternoon/evening camp sponsored by Crossroads Grace Community Church.

The five-day camp includes training for goalies, teachings of Biblical principles that affect life and competition, a ball and a shirt for $75 per participant.

Registration is available at www.aisint.org/camps.

RED DEVILS:
The Red Devils girls team of the Manteca Futbol Club are looking for competitive soccer players for the NorCal Premier fall and spring leagues as well as the State Cup.

Potential players must be born on Aug. 1, 1998 or after.

For more information, call (209) 815-0082, e-mail mfcreddevils@yahoo.com or visit www.mfcreddevilgirls.com.

SOFTBALL

MAYHEM 12U: Mayhem Fastpitch is conducting tryouts for its 12-under “Johnson” team Wednesday starting 5:30 p.m. at Northgate Softball Complex. All positions are open.

The team is seeking a girl with a good amount of speed that can hit lefty and a starting pitcher. Mayhem will be playing all ‘A’ ball and ASA and IFA tournaments.

For more information, call (209) 915-0439, or visit www.mayhem-fastpitch.com.

VOLLEYBALL

RAGE CAMP: The Rage Volleyball Club of Ripon is holding a four-day instructional camp July 28-31.

Cost is $140 per camper, and space is limited to the first 36 registrants to assure an 8-1 player-to-coach ratio. The camp is for beginning and intermediate players ages 10-16.

The camp will begin at Salida Middle School from 6-9 p.m. for the first two days. On Saturday, July 30, it will again be hosted at Salida Middle School from noon to 3 p.m. The final day of the camp will be at Ripon High from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

There will be no refunds for accepted camp applications after July 24. A processing fee of $30 will be assessed on all refunded applications, and returned checks will be subject to a $25 penalty.

For registration questions, contact Liz Ferral at (209) 484-7281, or camp director and coach Juan Martinez at (209) 401-7418 and martinez_61@msn.com.

For additional information, visit the team’s website at www.ragevball.com.

EU CAMP:
East Union High’s volleyball program will be holding its 3rd annual camp Aug. 8 and 9 from 3-5 p.m. at Dalben Center.

Cost to register is $30 per camper. Checks are payable to East Union Volleyball.

Camp brochures must be filled out prior to participation. They are available in the East Union administration office as well as the day of the camp.

For more information, contact East Union varsity head coach Eryn Bowers at ebowers@musd.net.

EU CONDITIONING/TRYOUTS: East Union continues conditioning July 19-21. All practices will run from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Conditioning does not guarantee a spot on the team but is highly recommended. Attendance will be taken daily, and points given to those who attend. Points will also be including during the tryout process.

All paperwork must be completed to participate in conditioning and tryouts.

Tryouts for all levels will open Aug. 10 at 2:45 p.m. at the large gym. All participants must have a completed red card (physical and liability form) signed off by the administration office prior to the first tryout.

For more information, visit eastunionvolleyball.weebly.com, or e-mail varsity head coach Eryn Bowers at ebowers@musd.net.

DUATHLON

An open-water swim event will be offered to all levels of swimmers, as well as an exciting swim/run duathlon at On Your Mark Events’ “The Great Aqua Challenge and Duathlon” on Saturday, July 23 at Eagal Lake Resort (12 E. Lorenzen Road) in Tracy.

The entry fee to any of the three Aqua Challenge competitions (2-mile, 1-mile, ½-mile) is $35 but is raised to $40 for registration the day of the event. Those who chose to compete in the ½-mile race along with either of the longer events may do so for an additional $5.

The Duathlon fee is $50 in advance and $55 on race day. Entry fees include refreshments, snacks, a T-shirt, awards and entry into a raffle.

For registration information or any other inquiries, visit www.onyourmarkevents.com or call (209) 795-7832.

SAILING

The Stockton Sailing Club is offering classes for youth ages 9-18.

Classes are four hours a day for one week, Monday through Friday. The program ends on July 29.

The club is located on 4980 Buckley Cove Way in Stockton.

For more information, call (209) 951-5690.

ARCHERY SHOOTS

The Manteca Sportsman Club will be holding a 3D archery shoot every Thursday from 4-7:30 p.m. starting June 16. The last shot will be held Aug. 11.

The shoot will consist of at least 14 3D animals which archer will be allowed two shots and each using arrows with field points only. No broadheads are allowed on the range.

The cost to members and the public is $8.

All shooters must register at the clubhouse prior to entering the archery range.

For more information, call (209) 823-7919.

PA CLINIC

The National Association of Sports Public Address Announcers is holding a clinic at De Salle High School in Concord July 16, 9 a.m. to noon.

Oakland Raiders stadium announcer Gary Williams will offer hands-on training behind the mic.

Cost is $55 for adults who register before June 15, and $65 after. The fee for students is $25 for early registration, and $35 for late. NASPAA members will receive a $10 discount.

To register for the event and an NASPAA membership, contact executive director Brad Rumble at brumble@kc.rr.com, or call (816) 305-6293. For more information, visit www.naspaa.net.

WRESTLING

LANCER YOUTH: The Lancer Youth Wrestling Club is accepting signups for the 2010-2011 season during practices on Mondays and Wednesdays.

Practices are held at the East Union wrestling room from 6:30-8 p.m.

For more information, visit www.mantecafreestyleclub.com.

BIG LEAGUE DREAMS

INDOOR SOCCER: Registrations are being accepted for men’s, women’s and co-ed leagues.

Leagues of all levels of play are available every day of the week. Register early, as leagues fill up fast.

For additional information, visit www.bigleaguedreams.com, or call Tony at the BLD-Manteca office at (209) 824-2400 ext. 105.

SOFTBALL:
Men’s, women’s and co-ed leagues of all levels are forming at BLD. Leagues are available Sunday-Friday.

For additional information, visit www.bigleaguedreams.com, or call the BLD-Manteca office at (209) 824-2400 ext. 102, ext. 106 or ext. 112.

BMX

The Spreckels Park BMX track in Manteca holds American Bicycle Association BMX-sanctioned races on Sunday afternoons. Signups to participate are from 2-4 p.m. with races beginning soon after.

Required equipment includes a helmet, long sleeves or elbow pads and long pants. Bicycles will go through a safety check at the track.

You must be an ABA member to race. Memberships can be obtained on race day. An annual membership costs $45, and the fee to enter a race is $10. Admission is free for spectators, and the track is open on non-race days from dawn to dusk, free of charge.

For more information, call the track’s 24-hour hotline at (209) 603-1670.

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