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Gwynn Park hosts basketball camp The Yellow Jackets basketball camp for boys ages 7 17 will be held during the weeks of June 22 26, June 29 July 3 and July 20 24 at Gwynn Park High School. Gwynn Park varsity coach Mike Glick will serve as the camp director. The cost of the camp is $180 per week with team and multiple week discounts available. Tuesdays and Thursdays starting Monday at Auth Village Field, 6111 Baxter Drive in Camp Springs. The CA Stars are seeking cheerleaders ages 5 to 18. Tryouts are being held through June in Upper Marlboro. Call Juanita Radden at 301 974 1075 or call the Stars gym at 301 568 5502. The MD United Sports Foundation is looking for experienced girls basketball players in ninth grade or age 14 to play AAU basketball through July and boys and girls ages 8 through 10 to play next year AAU season. Call 301 254 1214. Team One Athletics and the Lake Arbor Foundation will host the second annual "Who's Got Next" 3 on 3 basketball tournament for boys and girls in grades 3 12. Championship games will be held during Lake Arbor Day on June 27. Call Anthony Cowan at 240 398 9352 or Reggie Gardner at 240 375 2198. The Suburban Coalition will hold free basketball and cheerleading camps this summer on weekends at the Capital Sports Complex in District Heights starting June 27. The Suburban Coalition also is holding registration for its summer basketball league. Challenger Sports will hold a British Soccer training camp for boys and girls ages 3 15, June 22 26 at Cheverly Town Park. The camp will include individual skill instruction, small group and team tactics and scrimmage games. Individuals or teams are eligible to register. Fees vary based on age, ranging from $80 for younger players to $180 for older players. Campers receive a T shirt, soccer ball and evaluation at the end of camp. The 301 Panthers football organization is looking for coaches. Based in Brandywine, the Panthers are part of the Metropolitan Washington American Youth Football League and have teams for ages 5 15. Candidates must be willing to attend training and two clinics per year and must be available for practices three nights a week at Gwynn Park Middle School and games on Saturdays. Call Tyron Jackson at 240 432 0307 or Charles Wright at 202 553 2758. (New 3/25) The Palmer Park/Landover Boys and Girls Club is looking for coaches for all sports. (New 3/2) The PG Girls Lacrosse team is looking for players for the U 11 age group. (new on 4/24 mostly for BO, LO and LA)The Prince George Chargers of the Metropolitan Washington American Youth Football League are seeking coaches, players and cheerleaders for the fall 2009 season. Coaches are needed for the Tiny Mite (ages 5 6), Junior Mite (6 7) and Cadet (8 10) divisions. Players ages 5 15 are needed for tackle football teams. The Chargers also seek players age 11 14 who are in seventh through ninth grades for the unlimited weight division. The MWAYFA also seeks referees. For football information, call Jaison Young at 202 439 5420. For cheerleading information, call Shaunikka Gregory at 301 237 4665. (New 4/16) The PG Stags are forming tackle football teams for the 2009 season. Ages of participation are 5 14. The team also is looking for coaches. (New 4/16) Potomac Valley AAU is forming tackle football teams for the 2009 season. Ages of participation are 5 14. Contact 301 653 2814. (New 4/12) The Bowie Bulldogs youth football program is seeking players ages 5 14 and coaches. The club offers weight limit teams and an unlimited weight program for players in sixth through eighth grades. (New 4/12) The Spirit of Faith Warriors are holding registration for their tackle football teams. Registrations are already under way for players between the ages of 5 14. The organization is also looking for players for its unlimited weight divisions (11 14). The Razorbacks have five divisions with four of them being unlimited weight (5 15 years old). The organization also is looking for football and cheerleading coaches. Call 202 438 4691 or 240 398 0740 for football and 301 277 5230 or 202 274 6645 for cheerleading. The teams compete regionally and nationally and went to the national championships in Florida last year. (new on 3/12) The Peppermill Boys and Girls Club is holding registration for its tackle football program for ages 5 14. The program has a new unlimited weight team, coached by former high school coaches and semi pro players. Contact Leon McLean at 301 350 6098.