Community Sports Calendar, July 26

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TO SUBMIT CALENDAR ITEMS — The Community Sports Calendar is updated each Tuesday. Submit items for the calendar by sending an e-mail to paul.danzer@columbian.com, or call 360-735-4521.

THIS WEEK

Little League state tournament, The ages 11-12 Little League Baseball state tournament runs July 23-31 at Fort Vancouver Little League, across Mill Plain from Hudson's Bay High School. Free admission.

Lacamas Lake Park 5K Run — Wednesday, July 27, 7 p.m. This run will be on the unpaved trails around Round Lake - just east of Lacamas Lake. This is a very hilly course. Restrooms available in park. Directions: From S.E. 164th go east on S.E. 1st St. (1st becomes Lake Rd. on the south side of Lacamas Lake) about 5 miles to Everett Street. Go north on Everett St., past the parking lot for Lacamas Lake Park. Turn right on N.E. 35th Ave., just before the Lakeside Country store and park in the over-flow gravel parking lot on your left- about 200 yards. down the road. Run Directors: Fred Larsen and the Mt. View H.S. XC Team 360-833-9759.

Babe Ruth Baseball — 15-year-old all-star Pacific Northwest Regional Tournament. Tournament Aug. 1-6 at Propstra Stadium at Hudson's Bay High School. Champion advances to the Babe Ruth World Series. Host Hazel Dell Metro is among 10 teams.

Junior Titans Football Camp — 1:30-4 p.m. Wednesday (July 27) at McKenzie Stadium. For grades 3-8. Walk-up cost $40. Details at www.unionfootballboosters.com under Team Events tab.

AREA ORGANIZATIONS AND ONGOING ACTIVITIES

LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL

Look under Little League heading below for a list of local Little Leagues, including 2011 sign-up information.

BABE RUTH BASEBALL

Camas Washougal Babe Ruth Baseball League. Web site: www.cwbaberuth.com. This league serves players ages 13-15 who live in Cascade Park, and the cities of Camas and Washougal. The service area extends from I-205 east to Skamania County and south of Padden Parkway to the Columbia River. For players ages 13-15. For information, visit the Web site or call 360-834-3223.

Hazel Dell Metro. Web site: www.hazeldellmetro.com. This league serves players ages 13-15 who live in Vancouver west of I-205, and covers all of Clark County north of Padden Parkway. In addition to Babe Ruth divisions for ages 13, and 14-15, HDM offers baseball on 70-foot basepaths for age 12.

OTHER BASEBALL LEAGUES

Junior Baseball Organization — Web site: www.juniorbaseballorg.com. Includes Clark County teams.

Columbia River Miracle League. Web site: www.columbiarivermiracleleague.org. A baseball league for disabled players. Main field is at the Harmony Sports Complex. Games Saturdays in the spring and fall. Contact: Ralph Heiser, 360-260-9293. Volunteer coaches needed.

BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL TRAINING AND FACILITIES

Champion Sports Group — A 4,000 square foot indoor baseball and softball training facility at 12408 N.E. 60th Way, Bldg. C, Vancouver. Phone: 360-816-0884. Website: www.championsportsgroup.net. Hours: 3-9 p.m. weekdays, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays. Appointments available for other times. Also available: facility rentals, private, group, and team lessons, weekly classes, clinics.

Champion Sports Group 13 and younger Summer Baseball and Softball Camps — Aug. 16-18 at Hockinson Community Park (home of Evergreen Little League). All-skills camps: hitting, pitching, catching, infield and outfield. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day. Cost $75, with family discounts. To register call 360-816-0884 or visit www.championsportsgroup.net

High School Baseball Prep Class for incoming high school freshmen. Mondays between July 11 and Aug 15 at Champion Sports Group. Cost $100. Visit www.championsportsgroup.net for complete details.

Thunder Dome — Indoor baseball training facility at 7500 NE 16th Ave., Vancouver. For details, call 503-568-8100, or send an e-mail info@clarkcountythunder.com.

Northwest Diamond Sports — An indoor training facility in Wilsonville, Ore. Web page www.nwdiamond.com

Portland Baseball Club — Indoor training facility in Tigard, Ore.

ADULT BASEBALL LEAGUES AND TRYOUTS

Northwest Independent Baseball League — An 18-and-older wood-bat adult baseball league that plays games at Clark College, and at Walker and Sckavone stadiums in Portland. Fall registration open. Web site: www.nwibl.org. Contact: call 503-208-2009 or e-mail to Baseball@nwibl.org.

BASEBALL YOUTH TEAMS AND TRYOUTS

Fall Team grades 7-9 — Champion Academy of Vancouver is forming a fall baseball team to play in the, NW Star Academy Fall Apple Cup League. We are looking for 14 incoming 7-9 graders. The fall season will consist of a 12-game schedule and 16 scheduled workouts. For complete details and information, please contact Jack Russell of Champion Sports Group at 360-816-0884 or 503-709-1294 by August 1.

Bulldogs Baseball Academy — Fielding competitive youth baseball teams in several age divisions. Web site: www.eteamz.com/bba, or call Rip Ramsey at 360-433-7159.

Camas Junior Baseball — Information, visit www.eccba.com or send an e-mail to allsportfans@comcast.net.

Cardinals Baseball Club — Teams for players under age 10 and under age 12. More Information: www.cardinalsbaseballclub.net

Clark County Titans Youth Foundation JBO baseball in the 10-and-under, 12-U and 14-U age divisions. Details: contact Darin Henry at president@titansfoundation.org, or visit www.titansfoundation.org.

Team Faith Baseball — Team Faith fields competitive youth baseball and softball teams at several age levels. Website: www.teamfaithyouthsports.com. For more information, contact Mario Rivera at teamfaithbaseball@comcast.net or 360-907-6405.

Vancouver Cardinals 16U and 18U — The summer baseball program is open to all high school players ages 16-18 and includes a 16-and-under and an 18-and-under team. To learn more, contact Rip Ramsey or Ben McGrew by e-mail at vancouvercardinals@live.com.

BASEBALL UMPIRES

The Evergreen Baseball Umpires Association provides umpires for high school, American Legion, Babe Ruth, and other youth leagues in Clark County. Anyone 16 and older may become an umpire. Contact: Paul Levine 503-871-9065, or e-mail umpirepaul_1999@yahoo.com. You can also visit: www.eteamz.com/EBUA.

BASKETBALL CAMPS AND TRAINING

Cagers Basketball Academy Summer Camps for boys — Weekly camps for boys in grades 3-8 inJuly at Brave Legion/Inferno Fitness and Sports, 14010 N.E. Third Ct. in Vancouver. High school boys camp Aug. 1-5. Cost $65 per week, plus $35 Brave Legion membership fee for non members. Limited to 40 participants per week. Details and schedule: www.cagersbasketball.net, Phone : 503-735-5552.

Dan Dickau Basketball Academy — Individual, small group, and large group training for all ages and abilities. Summer camps for grades K-9, July 18-21 at Battle Ground High School. This four-day camp includes three hours daily sessions for grades 3-5 and and 6-9, as well as a shorter morning session for those entering grades K-2. Cost $110. Second Camp Aug. 15-18, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. Call 360-904-6088, or e-mail luke@dickauacademy.com. To learn more about the academy and its camps,, visit http://www.dickauacademy.com.

Derek Raivio Basketball Camp — Aug. 1-4 at Mountain View High School. Cost: $99. Grades 2-6, 9 a.m. to noon. Grades 7-12, 1-4 p.m. Details: Call 360-904-1520, or email: derekraivio@gmail.com.

Pure Advantage Basketball Academy — In partnership with 24 Hour Fitness at 13019 NE 4th Plain Rd. For more information please visit www.pureadvantagebasketball.com. Individual, small group, and large group training for all ages and abilities.

West Basketball — For details about team and individual coaching, contact Greg West at 360-773-0657 or westbasketball63@yahoo.com.

BASKETBALL LEAGUES

HotShots Youth Sports Basketball Leagues — Recreational basketball for boys and girls in grades 1-6. More information online at www.hotshotsyouthsports.org. Contact HotShots at 360-604-7955.

PortlandBasketball.com — Recreation and competitive adult basketball leagues throughout the Vancouver-Portland metro area. Details: www.portlandbasketball.com, or call 503-493-9335.

BASKETBALL OFFICIATING

The Evergreen Basketball Officials Association For details, contact Neil Anderson at 360-921-7145 or George St. Pierre at 360-450-7799.

BASKETBALL TEAMS AND TRYOUTS

To list tryouts, send the details by e-mail to paul.danzer@columbian.com.

BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS

Oregon Prep Basketball Tournaments — Youth basketball tournaments held in the fall, winter and spring, some in Vancouver. Oregon Prep Basketball holds tournaments for teams of boys in grades 4-8 and teams of girls in grades 5-8. For details, visit www.oregonprepbasketball.com, or call 360-885-7810.

BOXING AND MMA

Brave Legion Fitness and Sports — Mixed martial arts coaching and classes. Facility includes basketball courts and traditional fitness club equipment and programs. Location: 14010 N.E. Third Court, Vancouver. Website: www.bravelegion.com. Phone: 360-574-2400. E-mail: info@bravelegion.com.

Fisticuffs — Boxing and MMA training for all ages. Location: 5107 N.E. 94th Ave., in Vancouver. Phone: 360-772-3312. Hours 4:15-8:15 p.m. weekdays (check class schedule). Website: www.fisticuffsgym.com.

Gladiator MMA — MMA gym at Westfield Vancouver shopping mall, 8700 N.E. Vancouver Mall Drive. Phone: 360-253-7625. Website: none.

Progressive Ju-Jitsu — MMA training. Address: 5909 N.E. 109th Ave., Ste A. Vancouver. Website: www.projj.com.

Touch M Up MMA — Boxing and MMA training. Address: 1103 N.E. 95th St., Ste. D,. Vancouver. Phone: 360-576-5345. Website: www.touchmupmma.com.

Vancouver Boxing Club — Boxing training for all ages and ability levels. Address: 5601 E. 18th Street, Ste. 105 (south side of 18th across from Fort Vancouver High School. Open 3:30-8 p.m. weekdays. Membership costs $40 a month, $20 for ages 6-11. Drop in or call David Mendez at 360-772-9599.

CURLING

Evergreen Curling Club — Web site: www.evergreencurling.org. Home rink is at the Lloyd Center mall in northeast Portland. League play on Sunday and Tuesday evenings. Phone number: 360-314-6267.

CYCLING

Portland Wheelmen Touring Club — In conjunction with River City Bicycles, the Portland Wheelmen Touring Club offers free family rides. For details on this and other rides, visit www.owtc.com or www.rivercitybicycles.com

Vancouver Bicycle Club — The Vancouver Bicycle Club is a volunteer run non-profit with more than 800 members. The club offers many small group rides each month for cyclists of all ages and ability levels. For more information go to www.vbc-usa.com.

ADULT FOOTBALL

Alumni Football Games — Alumni Football Washington is forming teams of past high school football players to play in one more football game representing their old high school against a rival school. High school football rules apply. Alumni Football Washington organizes the event and supplies all equipment. Games are used as school fund-raising events. To sign up, visit www.AlumniFootballWashington.com, Click on Game Registration to find your school, or call Phil Weber at 425-478-7310 to get on a team. All games in Washington will take place in September 2011.

FOOTBALL CAMPS AND CLINICS

Junior Titans Football Camp — 1:30-4 p.m. Wednesday (July 27) at McKenzie Stadium. For grades 3-8. Walk-up cost $40. Details at www.unionfootballboosters.com under Team Events tab.

FOOTBALL YOUTH LEAGUES

CYO Vancouver Youth Football and Cheerleading — Football and cheerleading program for grades 3-8. Season runs mid-August to mid-November. Grades 3-4 play full-uniform flag football. Grades 5-6 and 7-8 tackle football teams. For registration or ore information, call 503-231-9484, or visit www.region7cardinals.org.

Clark County Youth Football — Tackle football and cheer in the fall for grades 2-8. Website: www.ccyf.com. Registration for the 2011 fall season is open online.

Pop Warner of Southwest Washington — Tackle football and cheer in the fall for ages 5-15. Website: www.swwapopwarner.org.

FUND-RAISING EVENTS

Walk, Roll n' Run 2011 — An event to raise awareness and funds for United Cerebral Palsy of Oregon and Southwest Washington. 10:30 a.m. on Sept. 10. Event includes a 2.5-mile walk along Portland's Eastside Esplinade and Tom McCall Waterfront Park. There is also an 8-mile fun run. Cost $20 for adults, $10 for teens 13-17. Discounts for pairs and groups. Prices increase by $5 on Aug. 1. For registration and fund-raising information, visit www.walkrollrun.org.

To submit event information, e-mail paul.danzer@columbian.com.

GOLF

TOURNAMENTS

Hartwood Golf Course — Summer Eclectic Tournament. Entry fee $20. Golfer's best verified score on each hole over the summer counts, so the best score is a 9 (9 aces). Call 360-896-6041 for details.

64th Ladies Lower Columbia Golf Tournament — Aug. 10-12 at the Longview Country Club. A two-round, stroke play competition. Field is limited to the first 128 entries. Team game the first day only. Maximum handicap USGA Index 34.6 by Aug. 1, 2011. Entry fee is $170 plus carts. Entry deadline is July 31. Cancellation deadline with refund is Aug. 2. Download an entry form at www.longviewcountryclub.net in the August calendar section. For more information, contact Dale Bartolome dalebmd@msn.com or 360-355-7024.

Fund-raising tournaments

None listed. To submit tournament information, e-mail paul.danzer@columbian.com.

GOLF LESSONS/CLINICS

Green Mountain Golf Course — Lessons available on Saturdays for ages 6 through adult. Summer three-day clinics for ages 6-16. For prices and details, call 360 833 8463. Website: www.golfgreenmountain.com.

LACROSSE

Girls Summer Lacrosse Camp — A free introductory lacrosse camp for any girl entering grades 6-9 will be held Aug. 15-19 at Frontier Middle School 7600 N.E. 166th Ave., in Vancouver. Sessions are 9 a.m. to noon all five days, with lunch provided. Register and learn more by clicking on the Community Education link at www.evergreenps.org, or by calling 360-604-4082.

King’s Way Lacrosse — For boys who live in Clark County. Do not need to attend King’s Way Christian schools. Competitive high school boys teams play in the Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association in the spring. Youth teams (grades 5-8) play in Portland-area leagues. Details: www.kingswaylacrosse.org.

Southwest Washington Youth Lacrosse Club — Open to anyone enterting grades 3-10. Beginners welcome. Season begins the first week of July and continues through August. Southwest Washington Lacrosse offers financial aid, and can loan free lacrosse gear to those who need it. Registration is also open for a new girls lacrosse program that begins in the spring. Details: www.swwashingtonlacrosse.org

LITTLE LEAGUE

Little League's main season runs March-July, including All-Star play. Some leagues offer fall ball programs. Little League is an all-volunteer program. In Washington, it is organized into 11 districts, two of which serve The Columbian’s readership area. Registration for the main spring-summer season is held in January and February. Boundary maps for the leagues in those districts are available on the district Web sites (listed below).

Here is some basic Little League information:

— Most leagues offer baseball and softball. Baseball for players ages 5-18 are based on the player’s age on April 30, 2011. Softball for girls ages 5-18 are based on player’s age on Dec. 31, 2010.

— Practices began in March and the Little League season runs through mid-June, followed by all-star competition.

— Little League is run by volunteers.

— Challenger Division. Battle Ground/Highlands, Columbia, and LaCamas are leagues that offer a Challenger Division for disabled players ages 20 and younger who live in southwest Washington.

Washington District 4 Little Leagues

District 4 website: www.wad4llb.org.

Bridge of the Gods (Stevenson)

Website: http://www.BOGLL.com. More information — send e-mail to Charlie Cochran at cochrpc@embarqmail.com.

Cascade

Website: http://www.cascadelittleleague.org. More information — send e-mail to Adam Sale at cascadelittleleague@gmail.com

Central Vancouver

Website: http://www.eteamz.com/centralvancouver. More information — Contact Tony Mulcahey at 360-944-1839, or by e-mail at mulca4@comcast.net.

Columbia

Website: http://www.eteamz.com/columbiall. More information — League info line: 360-696-1278; Mike Moen, 360-260-5104.

Columbia Girls Softball League

A Little League softball league for girls in the Central Vancouver, Columbia, and Fort Vancouver boundaries. More information — See the websites for Central Vancouver, Columbia or Fort Vancouver Little League.

East County (Washougal)

Website: http://www.eastcountyll.com.

Evergreen

Website: http://www.evergreenlittleleague.com.

Fort Vancouver

Website: http://www.fortvancouverlittleleague.org. More information — Dave Wallis, 360-696-2994; E-mail, 4wallis@comcast.net.

Lacamas (Camas)

Website: http://www.LacamasLL.com.

More information — See the league website, or call 360-834-0680.

Washington District 6 Little Leagues

District 6 website: http://www.district6wa.org.

Battle Ground

Website: http://www.bgll.org. More information — Send email to contactus@ bgll.org.

Glenwood

Website: http://www.glenwoodlittleleague.org.

Hazel Dell

Website: http://www.hdll.org.

Highlands (Brush Prairie/Hockinson areas)

Website: http://www.highlandsll.com.

Kalama

Website: http://www.eteamz.com/kalamaLL. More information — League president Joe Mazza, 360-957-0396, or e-mail to KALAMALLPRES@GMAIL.COM

La Center

Website: http://www.eteamz.com/lacenterlittleleague.

North Clark (Yacolt)

Website: http://www.eteamz.com/northclarklittleleague.

Ridgefield

Website: http://www.ridgefieldlittleleague.com

Salmon Creek

Website: http://www.SalmonCreekLL.com. More information — See the league website, or leave a message at 360-574-2026.

MOTOR SPORTS

None listed. To get your event listed, email details to paul.danzer@columbian.com.

ROWING

Vancouver Lake Crew at Vancouver Lake Parkwww.vancouverlakecrew.com Programs for adults, high school school, and middle school rowers. Learn to row classes available. See website for full details.
 Contact: Anita Roberts at 360-600-6408.

RUGBY TEAMS

High school rugby — In addition to Camas and Vancouver, Prairie and Battle Ground field rugby teams in Oregon Youth Rugby. The season is in the spring. For contact information and other details, visit www.rugbyoregon.com.

Vancouver Sharks high school rugby team and Vancouver Sharks Old Boys men’s team. Men play in fall and spring. High school season in the spring. All are welcome. Details www.vancouverrugbyclub.com.

RUNNING

RACES AND EVENTS

Clark County Running Club

All CCRC runs are free to members unless noted. There is a $2 fee for non-members. There is no pre-registration. Register 30 minutes before the start of the race. Baby joggers, head phones, and dogs not allowed. Web site: www.ccrunning.org.

Wednesday, July 27, 7 p.m. — Lacamas Lake Park 5K Run. This run will be on the unpaved trails around Round Lake just east of Lacamas Lake. This is a very hilly course. Restrooms available in park. Directions: From Southeast 164th Avenue turn east on S.E. First Street. (First becomes Lake Rd. on the south side of Lacamas Lake). Go about 5 miles to Everett St.. Go north on Everett St., past the parking lot for Lacamas Lake Park. Turn right on N.E. 35th ave., just before the Lakeside Country store and park in the over-flow gravel parking lot on your left- about 200 yds. down the road. Run Directors: Fred Larsen and the Mt. View H.S. XC Team 360-833-9759.

Other runs

Arc in Motion 10-kilometer run and 5-kilometer walk — July 30 in Vancouver. A fund-raising event for The Arc Southwest Washington, the race takes place along the Burnt Bridge Creek Trail in Vancouver. It starts and finishes at The Arc Family Center, 6511 18th St. The Arc of Southwest Washington assists people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. To register or to learn more about the Arc in Motion 10-K, visit www.arcswwa.org or call 360-254-1562.

RUNNERS TRAINING PROGRAMS

Fit Right Northwest — Programs for beginning runners and walkers to train for race distances from 5-kilometers up to a marathon distance. Fit Right Northwest contact: 700 SE 160th Ave., Suite 111. Phone: 360-885-4556.

USA Fit Vancouver — Distance race training for all ability levels. Includes weekly group training sessions where runners train at the appropriate pace for their ability and goals. Sunday morning training sessions in Vancouver began on April 3. Details about membership and programs at www.vancouverfit.com.

SAILING CLUBS

Vancouver Lake Sailing Clubwww.vlsc.org. Summer sailing lessons for kids and adults. Information: David Collins, sailing school director, 503-313-5356.

SKATING

Mountain View Speedskating Club. Meets at Mountain View Ice Arena, 14313 SE Mill Plain. For details, visit http://www.mountainviewspeedskating.org, or call the rink at 360-896-8700.

YOUTH RECREATIONAL SOCCER

Columbia Youth Soccer Federation — Soccer for ages 4-18 as of July 31. CYSF clubs are in Vancouver and northern Clark County. Web site: www.cysfsoccer.org.

Camas-Washougal Soccer Club — Soccer for ages 4-18 as of July 31. Details at www.cwsoccer.com, or call 360-834-6292.

YOUTH ADVANCED COMPETITION SOCCER

Pacific FC — Tryouts for 2011-12 select/premier teams in most age groups will take place in April and May. Register and learn more at http://www.pacificfc.org.

Salmon Creek Soccer Club — Tryouts for 2011-12 select/premier teams in most age groups took place in April and May. Information on-line at www.salmoncreeksoccer.net

Vancouver United Soccer Alliance — Tryouts for 2011-12 select/premier teams in most age groups will took place in April and May. Information online at www.vancouverunited.com.

Washington Soccer Academy/Camas-Washougal SC — Tryouts for 2011-12 select/premier teams in most age groups took place in April and May. Details at www.wsasoccer.net.

Westside Soccer Club — Tryouts for 2011-12 select/premier teams in most age groups took place in April and May. Detals at www.cysf-westside.org.

SOCCER CAMPS AND CLINICS

Submit listing information to paul.danzer@columbian.com.

SOFTBALL

PRAIRIE FIELDS ADULT SOFTBALL

2011 team registration — Prairie Field adult softball leagues are for men’s and coed teams. Details at www.PrairieField.org or call (360) 254-4263. Games began in early May.

VANCOUVER GIRLS SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION

Girls fastpitch softball — For more information, contact Trudy Wood at: softballtw@comcast.net. The VGSA website is: www.vgsafp.com

SOFTBALL TEAMS AND TRYOUTS

Washington Illusion 18 Gold and 18 A team will have tryouts at noon on July 31st at 12:00, and August 7th at Tam O'Shanter Park in Kelso on Field 1 and Field 2. If interested in trying out player needs to arrive 15 minutes early and fill out paperwork. Any questions contact Julie Harris at 360-957-0664 or Brent Harris at 360-957-0668. Players do not need to pre-register.

Washington Illusion 10 U, 12 U, 14 U A , and 16 U A — Tryouts at 10:30 a.m. on July 30 at Tam O'Shanter Park in Kelso on Field 1 and Field 2. If interested in trying out player needs to arrive 15 minutes early and fill out paperwork. Any questions contact Lou Mendez at 360-957-4759.

Washington Illusion 14 B — Tryouts at 3 p.m. on July 30 at Tam O'Shanter Park in Kelso. If interested please contact Bill Zbaeren at 360-560-6956.

SOFTBALL UMPIRES

Evergreen Fastpitch Officials Association — The association provides umpires for area high school and youth softball. To learn more, contact Dennis Schodt, 360-909-5785.

SPECIAL OLYMPICS

Special Olympics offers a variety of sports competition for athletes with intellectual disabilities, along with their friends and families. To learn more contact Clark County sports coordinator, Rick Cook, by e-mail at CCSOWA@live.com.

SWIMMING TEAMS

Columbia River Swim Team — Year-round program for competitive youth swimmers based at The Club at Fishers Landing (formerly Bally Total Fitness) at 16096 SE 15th St., in Vancouver Web site: www.eteamz.com/crstwaveriders.

Columbia River Swim Team Masters — A team for swimmers 18 and older to compete in USA Swimming sanctioned meets. Practices 5:30-6:30 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at The Club at Fishers Landing. www.eteamz.com/crstwaveriders.

Southwest Washington Masters Swimming — A team for swimmers 18 and older to compete in USA Swimming sanctioned meets. Practices at LaCamas Swim and Sport.

LaCamas Headhunters — Year-round program for competitive youth swimmers based at LaCamas Swim and Sport in Camas.

Tornadoes Swim Team — Year-round program for competitive youth swimmers. Web site: www.tornadoesswimteam.org.

Vancouver Swim Club — Year-round program for competitive youth swimmers. Web site: www.vancouverswimclub.com.

TRACK AND FIELD

Submit event listing information to paul.danzer@columbian.com.

TRIATHLONS AND DUATHLONS

Submit event listing information by e-mail to paul.danzer@columbian.com.

TRIATHLONS AND DUATHLONS TRAINING

Most health clubs offer training programs for triathlons. Here are some Clark County businesses that offer training:

Northwest Personal Training, 1011 Broadway in Vancouver. 360-574-7292 to reserve a spot Web site: www.nwpersonaltraining.com.

Fit Right Northwest — 700 SE 160th Ave., Suite 111, 360-885-4556.

Lacamas Swim and Sport — 2950 NW 38th Avenue, Camas, 360-834-8506.

VOLLEYBALL LEAGUES

Columbia Empire Volleyball Association — Competitive youth and high school volleyball leagues in the Vancouver-Portland area. Website: www.columbiaempirevolleyball.com. Phone: 503-644-7468.

United States Youth Volleyball League. An instructional volleyball league for boys and girls ages 7-16 in Lake Oswego, Ore. Details: www.usyvl.org, or 888-988-7985.

WALKING CLUBS

All Weather Walkers — A non-profit walking club based in Vancouver. At all club-sponsored events, eyeglasses and hearing aids are collected for the local Lions Club, as well as old cellular phones and chargers, which are formatted and reprogrammed to dial 911, for the Wireless Foundation’s “Call To Protect” program. Children and adults alike will benefit from these donations. Details: www.allweatherwalkers.org.

WRESTLING CAMPS

Clark County Coach-A-Roo Wrestling Camp — July 25-29 at Skyridge Middle School in Camas. Instructors include three former high school state champions from Vancouver: Ben Vom Baur, and Kyle Bounds. Wrestlers entering grades 7-12 will have a morning session from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Those entering kindergarten through sixth grade will meet from 1:30 to 3 p.m. each day. Cost is $40 for the younger group, $80 for those entering grades 7-12. Those in the older group who stay to coach the younger group can attend for $40. Champions from the 2011 Clark County high school tournament may attend for free. Participants can register on the first day of camp by arriving 30 minutes early, or sign up in advance through Camas Community Education at www.camas.wednet.edu. To learn more, contact camp director Brody Faler at clarkcountycoacharoo@gmail.com or visit leaguelineup.com/clarkcountycoacharoowrestlingcamp.

WRESTLING CLUBS

Askeo International Mat Club. Wrestling club for all ages. Located at 5909 N.E. 109th Ave, at the intersection of Fourth Plain and Covington roads. Practices are 8-9:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Contact Damon McPherson at 360-773-3382.

Lord’s Gym Wrestling Club. Program for wrestlers in grades 1-12. Meets 6-7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Contact: Ali Batroukh 360-907-5091.

Southwest Washington Wrestling Club — Wrestling club for all ages. Practice has begun for the 2009-10 season. Practices are 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays in the wrestling room at Battle Ground High School. For information about the club, or about wrestling competitions in the area, contact Merle Crockett at 360-263-4947 or mcrockett@clarkpud.com.