Arlington sports digest

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Goalkeeping camp

Next Level Goalkeeping is partnering with JATO Athletics and One Soccer Schools to provide two five-day goalkeeping camps this summer at UT Arlington.

Camps will focus on developing technical proficiency in shot-stopping, service into the box, breakaways, distribution, speed, power, agility and more.

Mornings and afternoons will be filled with drills and training sessions, while evenings will feature matches to simulate game situations, along with lectures and videos.

Session I begins Sunday and runs through June 13, with Session II July 14-18.

Information: nextlevelgoalkeeping.com.

YMCA youth sports

Registration for youth baseball league competition through the Arlington YMCA ends Saturday. Late registration is available Sunday for a $5 fee. The Y is also registering camps for youth volleyball and basketball.

Baseball leagues begin with Mighty Tots for ages 4-5 and range up to Seniors for seventh- and eighth-graders. Competition begins the week of July 8.

Volleyball camp registration ends June 15; basketball camp registration ends June 22.

Online registration is available. Sign-ups can also be done in person at any Family Center or through the mail.

Information: www.ymca-arlington.org.

Blue Devils

The Arlington Blue Devils youth football leagues are registering online and at two locations in June and July.

Registration will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Dick’s Sporting Goods in The Parks mall.

Another in-person registration will be held at a site to be determined on July 28.

Information: www.arlingtonbluedevils.org.

City adult leagues

Registration for adult basketball, volleyball and kickball leagues through the city of Arlington ends June 30. Team fees: $220 for volleyball, $375 for basketball and $225 for kickball.

Information: www.naturallyfun.org.

— Stephen English

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