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June 27, 2013

Area Sports Briefs

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For more information, call Geoff Davis at 607-432-7485 or email geoff.davis@oneonta.edu.

Outlaws camps continue

The Oneonta Outlaws will host baseball camps for boys and girls ages 5-12 through July 18 at Damaschke Field.

Each four-day camp runs from 9 a.m.-noon Mondays through Thursdays. Campers will be grouped based on age and ability.

Cost is $70 per player and includes 12 hours of instruction from Outlaws coaches and players, as well as an official Oneonta Outlaws T-shirt. Cost for each additional family member is $60. Additional camps also cost $60 apiece.

The Outlaws also are offering birthday-party packages. Cost is $12 per child, with a minimum of 10 children required. Cost includes free game admission for each child and one parent, as well as food and drink for each child. The birthday child also will receive an Outlaws baseball cap and throw out the ceremonial first pitch.

For more information, call Steve Pindar at 607-432-6326, email stevepindar@oneontaoutlaws.com or visit the website oneontaoutlaws.com.

Soccer official classes start July 17

Classes for those interested in officiating high school soccer games during the 2013 season begin at 6 p.m. July 17 at Oneonta State’s Morris Conference Center.

The classes run for five weeks. For more information, call Michael Culligan at 607-287-0096.

BASE Race set for Aug. 11

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and the Clark Sports Center in Cooperstown will host the second annual BASE Race on Aug. 11.

The event features a competitive 10-kilometer race at 8 a.m. and a family-style 5K run at 8:15 a.m. Both events start and finish at the CSC.

Registration is $25 for adults and $50 for families until race day, when registration will be $40 for individuals and $65 for families.

Proceeds support outreach for the “Be A Superior Example” program, which promotes the concepts of healthy lifestyle choices by educating students about the dangers of performance-enhancing substances.

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