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Sports Bulletin Board for week of May 3-9

Sports Bulletin Board for week of May 3-9

A listing of local sports events for the week of May 3-9.

BASEBALL

NISKAYUNA BASEBALL LTD is looking for pitchers and catchers or adults with baseball playing experience for its over-30 and over-45 teams. Contact [email protected] for more information.

NEW YORK ELITE Baseball League and Tournaments are accepting registration for teams for the 2015 spring league. For more information, visit www.newyorkelitebaseball.net. ALSO, looking for one 14U team to take over a team schedule that had to drop out of the 2015 spring league. If you are looking to play this spring in a competitive league, please contact us today.

UPSTATE PREMIER SPORTS is looking for players to fill out its roster for the upcoming spring and summer season at the 10U and 14U levels. Teams play in Eastern New York Travel Baseball League in addition to some independent games. Contact Bill Creighton at 248-7395 or Dom LeMorta at 256-8588.

BELMONT ELITE TRAVEL TEAM is looking for players 9-12 years old for the spring season. Home games and practices are held at Carver Park on Route 20. For information, call 470-7707 or go to the Belmont Elite website at www.belmontelite.com.

RENEGADES 12U travel baseball is looking for players. Tryouts will take place Saturdays from 3-5 p.m. at All Star Academy in Latham. For more information, call Todd at 937-4883.

ROUND LAKE/MALTA Youth Baseball is accepting registration for boys and girls. Divisions start at T-ball (ages 4-5) and go up to Division 12U. Visit www.leaguelineup.com/roundlakebaseball for online registration or call 899-7819 for more information. Questions can be emailed to [email protected] Applications also can be found at the Malta Community Center.

SANDLOT BASEBALL — New program offered by Saratoga Springs Recreation Department, open to children ages 14-16, running July 13-Aug. 7 on Mondays and Thursdays from 5:30-8 p.m. at East and West Side Recreation Fields. Water, cleats and baseball glove required. Registration fee is $50 for city residents and schoold district residents, and $70 for non-residents. Sign up at Saratoga Springs Recreation Center, 15 Vanderbilt Ave., Monday-Saturday from 9 a.m.-7 p.m., or Sunday from noon-5 p.m., or visit www.SaratogaRec.com. For more information, contact us at 587-3550, ext. 2300, or [email protected]

BLUE JAYS BASEBALL CLUB is sponsoring a high school exhibition series in the Cooperstown area this spring for junior varsity and varsity teams. It is also sponsoring three-game summer tournaments for 13U, 14U, 16U and 18U clubs. Night games can be scheduled. Trophies awarded. For more information, call Harvey Sandig at 607-652-7740 with your open dates or email him at [email protected]

SCHENECTADY & SCHOHARIE Volunteers 18U travel baseball team is looking for three to four varsity-level players to fill its roster for the coming summer season. Contact coach Matt George at 355-2131 or 641-2331.

SCHENECTADY CYCLONES Travel Baseball is looking for players at the 14U and 16U levels. Contact [email protected] if you would like to try out or have any inquiries.

45+ BASEBALL TEAM, member of the Capital District Senior Men’s Baseball League, is seeking players. For more information, contact [email protected]

BASKETBALL

TEAM ALBANY EDUCATIONAL BASKETBALL PROGRAM is offering training to all boys and girls of all ages and levels at the Albany Boys and Girls Club, 21 Delaware Ave. The cost is $30 for individuals and $20 for groups. For more information, contact coach Rolle at 847-3214.

SAGE GATORS SPRING BREAK Basketball Camp for boys ages 7-15 will take place June 29-July 3. Contact Brian Barnes at 292-1969 or [email protected] for more information. Free early drop-off and late pick-up available.

SUMMER CLASSIC & ROYAL RUMBLE Summer League basketball at the Clifton Park YMCA is accepting registration from men 18 and older. Leagues play Tuesday and Wednesday, starting June 2. Registration is open until May 22. Leagues play 10 regular-season games, an all-star game and single-elimination playoffs. Sleeveless Dri-Fit shirts provided. Player fee: $100. Security deposit: $100. Leagues have 24-second shot clocks, 21-minute halves. Teams have four timeouts per game. Need to submit shirt size by May 22. Contact Southern Saratoga Basketball Coordinator Ed Johnson at [email protected]

BOATING

NYS SAFE BOATING Course is mandatory for anyone operating a personal watercraft or jet ski in New York state. It is mandatory for powerboat operation for anyone born on or after May 1, 1996. All the listed course dates will be held at the District 6 (South Schenectady) Fire Department located at 6 Old Mariaville Road, Schenectady. Course fee is $40 per person. To register or for more information, contact Mike Caffarella at 466-9213 or [email protected] Course dates: today, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; May 17, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; June 1 and 3, 6-10 p.m. both nights; June 15 and 17, 6-10 p.m. both nights; July 6 and 8, 6-10 p.m. both nights; July 20 and 22, 6-10 p.m. both nights; August 3, 6-10 p.m. both nights.

NEW YORK RIVERS BOATING FESTIVAL, promoting safe boating and education, will take place May 16-17 at Henry Hudson Water Front Park in Hudson. There will be family activities, as well as booths staffed by US Power Squadron, NYS Parks Marine Division, NYS Dive Team, US Coast Guard Auxiliary, Sea Scouts and Boy Scouts, Hudson Sloop Club, and members of the 20 Boat Club of the Hudson Mohawk Council.

BOXING

BOXING FITNESS one-hour classes will be offered Mondays-Fridays at noon and 5:45 p.m., and Saturdays at 10 a.m. at Schenectady Ring of Hope Boxing Club, 2330 Watt St., Crosstown Plaza. Classes also run Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 5:45 at 1544 Route 9, Clifton Park (same building as The Edge rock climbing). Contact Vince Kittle at 377-1811 or 487-1489.

RING OF HOPE BOXING CLUB is looking for volunteers to help with its three primary programs: the after school program for 9- to 14-year-olds, the Peaceful Warrior high school program and the adult boxing fitness classes. Contact Vince Kittle at 487-1489 or Jeff Christiana at 452-4298, ext. 1202.

COACHING

“THEORIES AND TECHNIQUES OF COACHING,” one of the courses necessary for certification to coach in New York state high schools, will be offered May 30 and 31 at Saratoga Central Catholic from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Participants must attend both class seessions to complete the course. Cost is $175 if registered prior to May 23, $225 afterward.

EQUESTRIAN

RENEGADE FARM is offering Western and English riding lessons Tuesdays-Saturdays for ages 6 and older. For more information, contact [email protected] or 864-5518, or visit www.renegadefarm.com.

MORNING STAR FARM offers Western and English lessons for beginners to seasoned riders. Children’s lead line lessons for ages 5-8 cost $30 for 30 minutes, adult lessons cost $35 per hour. For more information, contact Amy Schrom at 355-4434 or [email protected]

WINNING WEEKENDS 11th Annual Horse Show Series, this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, includes three open all-breed shows, two AQHA introductory shows and a show & tell event. May 30-31 includes three open all-breed shows, money added challenge and championship class. Series offers 16 divisions for all ages and abilities, class payback and awards, exhibitor parties and fundraising activities. All shows held at the Cobleskill Fairgrounds and vendor space is available. Information available at www.winningweekends.com or contact show manager Celeste at 466-2445.

FISHING

“HOOKS AND HEROES FISHING DERBY,” hosted by the Glenville Police Benevolent Association and East Glenville F.D., will take place this Saturday from 8:30 a.m.-noon at the Indian Kill Nature Preserve, Hetcheltown Road, Glenville. The Indian Kill Open House and Fishing Derby is an opportunity for residents and visitors to discover the beauty of the 100-acre Indian Kill Preserve. Schenectady County youths 15 and younger can participate in the free fishing event. Children younger than 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Participant must pre-register by Wednesday at any of the following sites: Target Sports (122 Saratoga Road, Glenville), The Boat House (2855 Aqueduct Road, Niskayuna), Goldstock’s Sporting Goods (98 Freeman’s Bridge Road, Glenville), Taylor and Vadney (3071 Broadway, Rotterdam). For more information, check the East Glenville F.D. Facebook page or email the Glenville PBA at [email protected]

FITNESS

“TRAIN LIKE A PRO” BOXING WORKOUT will be offered Mondays-Fridays at noon and 5:45 p.m. at the Ring of Hope Boxing Club, 2330 Watt St. at the Crosstown Plaza, and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 p.m. at “The Edge” rock climbing gym, 1544 Route 9, Clifton Park. Contact Vince Kittle at 377-1811 or 487-1489 to take a class.

FIX IT! FITNESS classes are in session for people at all levels of fitness. Six-class packages cost $135, classes are Mondays at 7:30 p.m., Thursdays at 10 a.m., and Saturdays at 9 a.m. To register or for more information, call 727-6233 or email the Center for Advanced Anti-Aging at [email protected]

CROSSFIT SCHENECTADY beginner classes start the first of every month. Visit www.CrossFitSchenectady.com, call 374-5968 or email [email protected]­Schenectady.com for more inform­ation.

FUNCTIONAL FITNESS is offering classes in basic and advanced fitness, post rehabilitation and sports performance. Class sizes are limited to four and last one hour. For more information, call Pam Fitzgerald 339-0895.

ZUMBA fitness classes have started at the Sons of Italy Lodge at 2984 Hamburg St., in Rotterdam. The class taught by Laurie Zinnershine runs from 6:15-7:15 Wednesday nights, and the cost is $6 per class. Walk in and pay at the door. For more information, go to zumba.com and look up class by ZIP code (12303).

FUN, FIT & FLAB-U-LESS is a small group fitness class designed by co-owner and certified trainer Laurie Pelletier. Full Circle Fitness NY is currently holding classes at the Russian Orthodox Community Center at 617 Sand Creek Road in Colonie. Class runs Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 6 a.m. for one hour. All Full Circle Fitness NY programs are for any age group and fitness level. A two-week trial is available for $19.95. The monthly rate is $99 for unlimited classes. For more information on this and other programs or to register, call 955-6924 or visit www.fullcirclefitnessny.com.

DUANESBURG AREA COMMUNITY CENTER (221 Victoria Dr., Delanson) will offer pilate classes Wednesdays at 9 a.m., and a combination of Yoga/Pilates is offered Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 9 a.m. Classes are free for members and $6 for potential members. Zumba classes are offered Tuesdays at 6:15 p.m., free for members and $6 for potential members. Spinning classes are offered Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6 a.m. and 5:15 p.m., free for members and $8 for potential members.

FOOTBALL

LEVEL HEAD RECRUITING of the Capital District hosts an interactive website to help high school athletes present themselves to college programs. For more information, visit www.levelhead-recruiting.com.

FLAG FOOTBALL — Teams and players are now being accepted for Spring Non-Contact Men’s 5-on-5 Flag Football League. Call George Higgins at 330-8820 or email at [email protected]

SARATOGA SPRINGS FLAG FOOTBALL — for children ages 5-10, running from July 8-Aug. 2 on Wednesdays and Sundays from 6-7 p.m. at East Side Recreation Field. Players will be divided into three ages groups. Water and sneakers/cleats required. Registration fee is $50 for city residents and school district residents, $70 for non-residents. Sign up at Saratoga Springs Recreation Center, 15 Vanderbilt Ave., Monday-Saturday from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. or Sunday from noon-5 p.m., or visit www.SaratogaRec.com. For more information, contact us at 587-3550, ext. 2300 or email [email protected]

CAPITAL DISTRICT PACKER BACKERS seek new members. Club gatherings are at The Recovery Sports Grill, Hannaford Plaza, Colonie. For free newsletter and info, call Derrick at 374-0502.

GOLF

COBLESKILL GOLF AND CC has added youth and young adult memberships: Ages 12-18 can play the entire season for $50, and ages 19-25 for $175. Leagues and tournaments are planned. There also are DISCOUNTED DUES, with new members able to save $135 for a single membership or $300 for a family. Contact Bob Smith at [email protected] or visit www.cobleskillgc.com and click on the membership tab for more information and an application.

STADIUM GOLF COURSE in Schenectady is looking to fill openings in the Early Birds Women’s Golf League for this season, Tuesday morning tee time of 8 a.m. For more information, contact Nancy Matori-Cole at 339-6369 or Mary Amodeo at 434-8643 or 928-4436. Also, there will be a SUMMER GOLF LEAGUE FOR JUNIOR BOYS AND GIRLS beginning the week of June 29 and running eight weeks. There is a choice of Mondays at 12:45 p.m., Tuesdays at 12:15 p.m. or Wednesdays at 1 p.m. The cost is $175 per player, covering greens fees, prizes, driving range punch card, golf towel and lunch on the last week of play. Also included is a one-hour golf clinic with choice of July 11 or Aug. 1. Call pro shop at 374-9104, ext 1, with any questions. Entry form can be downloaded at www.stadiumgolfclub.com.

SARATOGA LAKE GOLF CLUB summer league sign-ups are open. Each runs 12 weeks (starting this week), plus one free week. SENIOR LEAGUE: Mondays May 4-Aug. 13, skipping Memorial Day week, 9 a.m. starts, consecutive-tee time format, cost $120 paid in advance (not including cart), two make-ups allowed. CO-ED CASUAL LEAGUE: Mondays May 4-Aug 13, 4:30 p.m. starts consecutive-tee time format, cost $120 paid in advance (not including cart), two make-ups allowed. LADIES LEAGUE: Wednesdays May 6-July 29, 4:30 starts, consecutive-tee time format, cost $120 paid in advance (not including cart), two make-ups allowed. Visit www.saratogalakegolf.com for more information or call 581-8492, ext. 100.

ICE HOCKEY

ALBANY ANGELS is a new recreational women’s hockey team looking for a few more players. If you are a woman who has always thought you might want to play ice hockey, or if you are looking to get back into it, we have a team for you. We are a team with some great experience, some beginners and a great coach. Please contact [email protected] for more information.

ICE SKATING

SCHENECTADY COUNTY RECREATION FACILITY offers public skating daily at the rink, located at 5 Tower Road in Glenville. Cost is $4 for general admission, $2 for senior citizens, and $2 for youths under the age of 5. Call 384-2445 for more information orvisit the website at www.myscrf.com for schedules.

KICKBALL

ALBANY PAL will host a single-elimination kickball tournament May 17, all day, with championship game May 19, with each team playing up to four one-hour kickball games. All teams are invited to see who will take home the coveted 2015 “Mayors Capital Cup” trophy. Adult teams of 10, cost $595, includes customized team shirts (limited to 32 teams). Tournament will take place at Plumeri Sports Complex (College of Saint Rose). For more information or to sign up your corporate team, call Rocco Richiuti at 466-7625 or email [email protected]

LACROSSE

NISKAYUNA YOUTH LACROSSE is accepting registration for its Spring Program. Boys in grades three-six and girls in grades three-six can register for $150. Boys and girls in kindergarten through second grade can register for $50. For more information, visit www.niskylax.com.

ROGUE LACROSSE will conduct an ALBANY OVERNIGHT AND DAY CAMP, in cooperation with Face-Off Academy, running from June 29-July 2 at Siena College, starting at noon, for grades five-12. Cost is $525 for overnight camper, $425 for day camper. Register online at www.roguelacrosse.com. GIRLS SARATOGA SPRINGS LACROSSE CAMP for girls in grades three-eight, takes place July 6-9 at Gavin Park, 9 a.m.-noon, teaching fundamental skills through positive instruction and game-like situations. Early registration (before Wednesday) costs $175. Regular registration, $200. Late registration (after June 22), $225. Goalies use promo code GOALIEGIRL2015 for $25 discount. Siblings use promo code BIGSISTER2015 for $20 discount. Register online at www.roguelacrosse.com. BOYS SARATOGA SPRINGS LACROSSE CAMP takes place July 13-16 at Gavin Park, 9 a.m.-noon, teaching fundamental skills through positive instruction and game-like situations. Regular registration, $225. Late registration (after July 1), $250. Goalies use promo code GOALIEMAN2015 for $25 discount. Siblings use promo code BROTHERS2015 for $20 discount. TRYOUTS FOR CLUB TEAMS, in U11, U13, U15 and U17 divisions, will take place today at Gavin Park from noon-2 p.m. Tryout fee is $30. Team deposit is $300 (due first day of tryouts). Fee covers three tournament entry fees, 12 practices, practice pinny, shooting shirt, uniform jersey and shorts, socks, optional summer camp. Cost $800 ($1,200, including summer camp).

ALBANY ELITE GIRLS LACROSSE is accepting registration for the summer/fall program for girls in grades five-nine. The program will begin in June. Players will be involved in a comprehensive skills program Monday-Thursday mornings at Afrim’s Sports Complex from 9 a.m.-noon. There will be tournaments. Visit www.albanyelitelacrosse.com for more details, or contact Gary Chatnik, 441-3935. Rosters will be capped, so space is limited.

MARTIAL ARTS

KARATE AND SELF-DEFENSE PROGRAMS have begun at St. Kateri Tekakwitha Parish, 1803 Union St., Schenectady. Interested individuals may attend a free trial class at any time. No previous martial arts experience is necessary to join the non-contact, fitness and personal awareness oriented lessons. Women’s self-defense is also a part of class instruction. Classes are taught by Kathy Sharrow, a certified black belt in American Kang Duk Won Karate. New students in introductory sessions receive three months of classes and uniforms. Family memberships are available. Fee is $95 for three months. For more information, call 598-7961 or [email protected]

OUTDOORS

APPALACHIAN MOUNTAIN CLUB — MOHAWK-HUDSON CHAPTER has the following events planned: Midweek hikers every Wednesday. Contact Gerry Weber at 758-7189 or [email protected]­point.net, or visit www.amcmohawk-hudson.org. Hiking at a relaxed pace, every Thursday or Friday. Contact Frank and Dee Wind at 458-1781 or [email protected]

ADIRONDACK MOUNTAIN CLUB — SCHENECTADY CHAPTER FRIDAY will host a Northville-Placid Trail Steward Trip, between Lake Durant and Stephens Pond. Side-cutting, drainage clearing and light blow-down removal are expected. It is an easy introduction to trail maintenance. This is an out-and-back trip of about six miles with a scenic spot by the lake for lunch. Limited to six participants. Contact Roy Keats, 370-0399 or [email protected] SATURDAY, there will be a hike of the Albany Rural Cemetery. With more than 450 acres of wooded hills, winding roads and beautiful bural monuments, the cemetery is a great example of the rural or garden cemetery movement of the mid-1800s. This outing combines an easy hike with some local history. We’ll pass the resting places of, and learn a bit about, a host of notables, including a president, congressmen, governors, Revolutionary and Civil War souldiers, industrialists and others, some with interesting links to the Adirondacks. Distance about 3.8 miles, about 250 feet of elevation gain. Contact Norm Kuchar, 399-6243 or [email protected]

PICKLEBALL

DUANESBURG AREA COMMUNITY CENTER offers Pickleball Mondays-Fridays from 10 a.m.-noon, Tuesdays from 6-8 p.m. and Sundays from 9-11:30 a.m. It is free for members and $3 for potential members. Sign up at the front desk or call the DACC at 895-9500 for details.

INDOOR PICKLEBALL has begun at Gavin Park in the Town of Wilton, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:15-11:15 a.m. Cost is $3 per person, per session. Players must register at the Gavin Park Office.

road racing

THIRD ANNUAL FLEET FEET SPORTS 10K CLASSIC will take place May 10, beginning and ending at Bethlethem High School. Asics performance T-shirt guaranteed to first 200 registered runners. Partial proceeds donated to Bethlehem Booster Club. Prizes for top male/female, top two in each age group, and top mother/child team. Post-race refreshments provided by Whole Foods Market. Register at Fleet Feet Albany or Adirondack, or online at www.fleetfeetalbany.com. All pre-registered runners entered into Asics “It’s a Big World, Go Run In It” drawing for two round-trip airfares. Raceday registration available, beginning at 7 a.m.

37TH ANNUAL FREIHOFER’S RUN FOR WOMEN is accepting registration for the 5k race, which will be run May 30 in Albany. The first 5,000 entrants will receive a micromesh V-neck T-shirt. Other perks include free health screenings by CapitalCare physicians, massages, chiropractic adjustments and discounted running gear at the CapitalCare/CDPHP Health & Fitness Expo, clinics featuring elite athletes, live music both around the course and on stage following the race, refreshments courtesy of Price Chopper and races for the kids throughout the day. To sign up, visit freihofersrun.com.

ROWING

THREE LEARN TO ROW CAMPS will be offered this summer by Burnt Hills Rowing for students entering grades six-12: June 29-July 10, July 13-24, Aug. 17-28. All camps run 8-10 a.m., Monday-Friday. Visit www.bhrow.com or the Burnt Hills Rowing Association Facebook page for details and registration.

LEARN TO ROW WITH SHEN CREW at one of the following events. FREE WEEK from June 1-5, 4-6:30 p.m., students ages 11-18 are invited to experience rowing on the Mohawk River, no experience necessary. Wear T-shirt, shorts, sneakers, bring water bottle. Event contact: Ellen Sherry, 369-4748, www.shencrew.com/registration.php. YOUTH LEARN TO ROW program runs in two-week sessions from 9 a.m.-noon throughout the summer, beginning June 29. No expecience necessary. All students in grades six and up in all school districts and homeschoolers are welcome. ADULT (MASTERS) LEARN TO ROW program runs in two-week sessions in the evenings, starting at 6 p.m., beginning June 29 No expecience necessary. No tryouts. Learn basic rowing skills and be part of the Shen Crew Team. Register online at www.cliftonpark.org or visit www.shencrew.com. For more information, contact [email protected]

SOCCER

HIGH SCHOOL OFFICIALS NEEDED by Eastern Board of Approved Soccer Officials Association. For more information, visit www.ebasoa.org or email [email protected]

DOING IT OUR WAY ... OLD SCHOOL SOCCER AcadeME is offering individual and small-group training sessions running throughout the year. For more information or to register, contact Betsy Drambour at [email protected] or 222-1206.

SOFTBALL

LADY CHARGE 16U travel team is looking for players. This is a tournament team only and is looking for girls committed to some weekend travel as well as local weekend tournaments. Looking for all positions. For more information, email [email protected] or call 982-1595.

SONIC U12 travel softball team is looking for players, especially for pitchers, catchers and hitters. If interested, email [email protected] or [email protected], or 207-5783.

NIGHTMARE 12U TEAM is seeking a talented player for the upcoming season. If you are interested in a tryout, contact coach David Daugherty at 339-1830 or [email protected]

WARNING TRACK HEAT 16U team is looking for a pitcher. Email [email protected] to schedule a tryout.

WARNING TRACK HEAT Girls 16U Fast Pitch is looking for a few players. Email [email protected] to schedule a tryout.

ROTTERDAM 12U RAMPAGE is looking to fill one position for the upcoming Hudson Mohawk and Tournament season. Interested girls can contact coach Skip Van Auken at 368-6491 or [email protected] to schedule a tryout.

MISS SCOTTIES 14U 2014 travel team is looking for an experienced pitcher. The team will be playing in the Hudson/Mohawk League and entering multiple tournaments. Home games are at the Luther Forest Athletic Fields in Malta. If interested, contact Mike Simmons at [email protected] or 331-0558.

INFINITY SHOCK 12U team is looking for players to fill its 2014-15 roster. Email [email protected] for more information.

16U LADY BOMBERS are looking for an experienced pitcher and/or competitive softball player to try out for our first-year 16U team. We will consider top-level 14U girls to try out. Contact Joe Whipple at [email protected]

ROTTERDAM RIVALS, a competitive second-year 16U travel team, is looking for an experienced catcher for the upcoming 2015 travel season. Team will compete in one winter tournament and five summer tournaments. For more information, call Robert Tyler at 542-6345.

MEN’S MODIFIED PITCH Softball League is looking for teams or individuals to complete teams for the upcoming season. The ASA-sanctioned league plays in Scotia. For more information, contact Marco Niro at 461-7852.

TENNIS

SHENENDEHOWA SUMMER TENNIS CAMP is offering tennis instruction for children ages 5-10, Monday-Friday, 9-10:30 a.m.; ages 11-18, Monday-Friday, 10:30 a.m.-noon; at the Shenendehowa High East tennis courts. Six one-week sessions start June 29 and run through Aug. 7. Camp also offers three two-week High School-level sessions from 4-6 p.m. at the same location. For more information, contact Bill MacArthur at 391-0303 or [email protected], or Sportime at 356-0100.

VOLLEYBALL

GLENVILLE YMCA is running a co-ed adult volleyball league every Sunday evening from 5-7. For more information, contact Pam Hodge (399-8118, [email protected]).

LOOSELY ASSEMBLED VOLLEYBALL ASSOC­IATION has openings for co-ed players. Games are played Sundays, 7-9 p.m., in the Glenville area. Level of play is strong B double B. For more inform­ation, contact Ed Morrison at 257-6903.

WALKING

EMPIRE STATE VOLKSSPORTERS for Fun, Fitness and Friendship will host a ‘volkswalk’ TODAY in Lake George, starting at 1:30 p.m. at Fort William Henry Resort Hotel & Conference Center, 48 Canada St. Another WEDNESDAY in Albany’s Corning Park, starting at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. at Corning Preserve. Another SATURDAY in Caroga Lake, starting at 10 a.m. at the Town of Caroga Municipal Building, 1840 State Highway 10. Register 30 minutes before start. A ‘volkswalk’ is a leisurely walk, typically 10k or 6.2 miles, though a three-mile route is also offered, through a scenic and/or historic area over a pre-marked trail. For more information, visit www.aga.org or www.walkescv.org.

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