Sports

DFW Recreation Calendar

Send information about events, including time, date and location to reccalendar@star-telegram.com; 817-390-7210 (fax), or Star-Telegram Sports, 808 Throckmorton St., Fort Worth, Texas 76102. Information must be received by 5 p.m. Sunday.

BASEBALL

Haltom City Parks and Recreation is accepting registration through June 6 for a Blast Ball league, open to children 3 to 5 years old. Cost is $35 per player and includes a T-shirt. Coaches needed. Games will be on Saturday mornings in addition to one practice per week. Call 817-831-6464.

Arlington Colt Baseball Camp, 9 a.m. to noon June 8-10 at Arlington High School baseball field, for incoming fourth- through ninth-grade students. Campers need to bring cleats, flat-soled shoes, bat, glove and cap. Cost is $65 for early registration and $75 for walk-ups. Pay cash or make checks payable to Cover All Bases and mail to David Nix, 818 W. Park Row, Arlington, 76013. Contact David Nix at 817-988-3134 or dnix1@aisd.net.

Jim Schlossnagle Baseball Camps at TCU will be held this summer. All Star Day Camp sessions for ages 6-14: June 9-12, June 15-18, June 22-25 and July 6-9. Summer Prospect Camp for high school students only: Aug. 14-16. For more information and to sign up, visit www.tcubaseballcamps.com.

BASKETBALL

Haltom City summer basketball league is accepting registration through June 6 for boys and girls age 9 to 16 (age as of June 1). Cost is $45 per player. Coaches are needed. Call 817-831-6464.

Raegan Pebley Basketball Camp sessions will be held in June on the TCU campus. Day camp sessions, June 8-11 and 22-25, open to boys and girls entering grades K-6. Individual skill camp, June 19, and 3-on-3 team jamboree, June 20, open to girls entering grades 7-12. Register at www.raeganpebleybasketballcamp.com.

Joshua Lady Owls Basketball Camp, July 20-22 at Joshua High School gymnasium. Sessions for first- through fifth-graders will be 9 to 10:30 a.m.; sessions for sixth- to ninth-graders will be 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cost is $35, although scholarships are available. Instructors will be Joshua High School girls coaching staff and other qualified coaches. Camp will focus on fundamentals, leadership, endurance and positive attitude.

FOOTBALL

Michael Crabtree Youth Mini-Camp, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. June 13 at Lancaster High School Stadium, 200 E. Wintergreen Road, Lancaster. Open to boys age 7 to 17. To register, visit www.michaelcrabtree.com/camp.

Fort Worth Football Officials Association is beginning training for the 2015 season and open registration is now available. Weekly training sessions meet in Fort Worth each Monday at 5:30 p.m. Members officiate high school and junior high football throughout North Texas, and the association is looking for at least 100 new officials. FWFO is a division of the Texas Association of Sports Officials (TASO) and members receive game fees and mileage paid by each school. Members also receive liability and supplemental accident insurance through TASO for injuries that occur during games. Call 888-393-6600, emailjoin@fwfo.org or visit fwfo.org.

GOLF

Fort Worth Junior Golf Association has opened registration for participants in its boys and girls junior golf championships, July 6-9 and July 13-15. Both events are free to participants. Online registration information available at www.fwjga.net.

RUNNING

Second Annual Back the Bearcats 5K and 1-Mile Fun Run, 5 p.m. (1-mile) and 5:45 p.m. (5K) Saturday, Aledo High School Stadium. Applications available at the Aledo High School office or at www.bearcatbootcamp.org. A food truck, snow cone stand and live music will follow the race, and there will be a raffle including autographed footballs, baseballs and softballs; autographed football poster; T-shirt quilt; jewelry and more. All proceeds will to go student-athletes for college scholarships. Register at bearcatbootcamp.org.

Garden of Eden 5K/1-Mile Run/Walk, 8 a.m. June 13 at Valley Baptist Church, 6013 Elliott Reeder Road, Fort Worth. Cost is $10. Call 817-759-1874 or visit www.assistsystemsracing-plus.com.

Juneteenth Freedom Fest 5K/1-Mile Run/Walk, 8 a.m. June 20 at Cobb Park, 1600 Cobb Park Drive, Fort Worth. Cost for 5K is $20 by mail through June 13, $20 by walk-in at The Runner through June 19 and $25 on race day. Cost for 1-mile is $15 by mail through June 13, $15 by walk-in at The Runner through June 19 and $20 on race day. Call 817-265-4578 or visit www.assistsystemsracing-plus.com.

Mid-Year Muse and Motion XII 5K/1-Mile Run/Walk, 8 a.m. June 27 at Legacy Pavilion, River Legacy Parks, 701 NW Green Oaks Blvd., Arlington. Cost for 5K is $15 by mail through June 23, $15 by walk-in at The Runner through June 26 and $20 on race day (plus voluntary donations of new books, age-appropriate for third- through eighth-graders). Cost for 1-mile is $5 anytime. Call 817-265-4578 or visit www.assistsystemsracing-plus.com.

SOFTBALL

Haltom City Adult Summer Softball leagues are accepting registration through June 13. Men’s league is on Friday night and co-ed league is on Thursdays or Sundays. Cost is $300 per team and includes six regular season games plus playoffs. All games are played at North Park, 5200 Denton Highway. Registration available online. Call 817-831-6464.

The City of Saginaw Summer Adult Softball and Kickball Leagues are accepting team registration through June 16. Cost is $325 for men’s and co-ed softball and $225 for crazy co-ed softball and kickball. Season includes eight games and playoffs for top four teams. Call 817-230-0350.

SWIMMING

Learn to Swim lessons and high school swim camps offered by Mid-Cities Arlington Swimming. Lessons are at UT Arlington and TCC SE campus. Call 817-925-0505 or visit marswim.org.

Masters Swimming Group with Team Ridglea conducts daily organized group or individual swim sessions at Texas Wesleyan University and Mansfield ISD Natatorium. Ages 18-99. For tryouts and more information, visit teamridglea.com or call coach Chuck Burr at 817-560-7665.

TCU Learn to Swim lessons offered this summer for age 3 and older at the TCU Rec Center’s indoor pool. Sessions are from 9 a.m. to noon June 9-18, June 22-July 2 and July 6-16. Call 817 257-5646 or visit frogswimcamp.com.

TRACK AND FIELD

Euless Youth Track Club will hold registration in April and May. Cost is $25 per athlete. Visit www.eluesstx.gov or call the Euless Parks and Community Services Department at 817-685-1838.

Flyers Track and Field Program will begin registration for the upcoming summer season in April and May. Cost per athlete is $60. Contact 817-903-9301 or email thumbsupsports@aol.com.

TCU Track Camp, June 15-18 for campers age 11-18. Call coach John Kenneson at 817-257-7318 or visit www.gofrogs.com.

VOLLEYBALL

Haltom City Girls’ Summer Volleyball League will begin in June. Cost is $30 per girl or $210 per team (must be a complete team). Open to players age 8 to 14 (age as of June 1). Coaches are needed. Registration ends June 6. Call 817-831-6464.

Sessions for Jill Kramer Volleyball Camps at TCU begin in June and run through the end of July. All-day train and play sessions are June 9-10 and July 14-15 for first- to ninth-graders; elite day camp session is June 11 for eighth- to 12th-graders; skill-specific clinics are June 15 and July 9 for fourth- to 12th-graders; all-skills overnight camps are June 16-18 and July 24-26 for fifth- to 12th-graders; advanced camp overnight is July 11-13 for seventh- to 12th-graders; and team camp is July 17-19 for high school teams. Visit www.TCUvolleyball.com.

Haltom City Volleyball Camps are accepting registration. Camp for ages 7-12 will be 2-5 p.m. June 15-18; deadline to register is June 8. Camp for ages 13 and up will be 2-5 p.m. June 22-25; deadline to register is June 15. Cost per camp is $40. Both camps will be held at the Haltom City Recreation Center. Call 817-831-6464.

The Fort Metro Chapter of Volleyball Officials is looking for officials for next fall’s volleyball season. Anyone interested should come to Kennedale High School at 6 p.m. June 16, July 7 or Aug. 5 or the Haws Recreation Center at 9 a.m. Aug. 1. No experience is necessary; training will be provided. Matches are in the evenings Monday through Friday and on Saturday mornings at schools throughout the Metroplex. Visit fwmetrovb.org.

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