¢ Werling Golf Titlist: Rob Werling shot a 75 and won Saturday's Jayhawk Golf Club Guest Day tournament at Alvamar by two strokes over Van Reichert. Chad Roesler carded 78 for third. In net scoring, Steve Crawford was low with 64, followed by Ed Phlegar 67 and Neal Ezell 69. In guest scoring, Chuck Norris had the low gross with 78 and Chris Weishar low net at 72.
¢ Youth Baseball: Lions-Firebirds baseball camp will be June 12-15 at Free State High. Youths entering kindergarten through 8th grade are eligible. For information, call Brad Stoll at 832-8284 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
¢ Youth Football: Lions-Firebirds football camp will be June 26-29 for youths entering grades 3-9. For information, call Bob Lisher at 832-6050 or Dirk Wedd at 832-5050.
¢ KU Soccer Camps: Four Kansas University youth soccer camps are scheduled this summer, starting with WeeKicks June 5-9. For information, call Kara Lowery at 864-5833 or e-mail email@example.com.
¢ Soccer Clinic: Free State High will be the site of a soccer camp for high school boys next week and a coed camp for grades 3-8 on June 26-30. For information, call Jason Pendleton at 830-0906.
¢ FSHS Basketball: Free State boys basketball camp will be June 5-8 for grades 10-12. For information, call Chuck Law at 550-5063. Free State High girls basketball camp will be June 26-29. For information, call Bryan Duncan at 766-9840. Also, Free State will hold basketball workouts on 15 dates in June and July. For information, call either Duncan or Law.
¢ Baker Soccer Camp: A soccer camp for youths ages 12 and older will be June 18-23 and June 25-30 on the Baker University campus in Baldwin. For information, call Nate Houser at (816) 942-5736.
¢ Summer Soccer: VIP Sports Soccer Academy for preschool through ninth graders will be June 5-22. For information, call 550-3452 or go to vipsports-ks.com.
¢ LHS Softball Camp: Lawrence High softball camp for girls entering grades 3-12 will be next week. A general skills camp will be in the morning and a pitching-catching camp in the afternoon. For information, call Reenie Stogsdill at 856-5799.
¢ Premier Soccer Trials: Kansas Soccer Academy will conduct premier team tryouts June 15, 16 and 21 at Free State High's field. The tryouts are open to U-10 through U-18 age groups. For information, go to kansassocceracademy.com.
¢ KU Baseball Camps: Kansas University baseball youth instruction sessions will open with a Little League Day Camp for youths ages 5-12 June 5-8. For information on KU summer camps, call 864-7907 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
¢ Danny Manning's basketball camp will be July 24-28 at Free State High. Youths entering grades 2 though 9 are eligible. For information, contact Angie McClure at email@example.com or go to www.basketballcampman.com.
¢ LHS Track Camp: Lawrence High Speed and Jump Camp will run Mondays through Thursdays for three weeks starting June 12. Ninety-minute sessions for youths entering grades 5-12 will begin at 1:30 p.m. at the LHS track. For information, call Scott Stidham at 832-5050.
¢ Wrestling Camp: Youths of all skills levels through high school age are eligible for Team Champions Wrestling Camp June 26-29 at Baker University. For information, call Kit Harris at (785) 594-3481.
¢ Southwest Basketball: Southwest Junior High basketball camp boys in grades 5-9 will be June 5-8. For information, call Mike Lewis at 840-5492. The SJHS girls basketball
camp will be June 12-16. For information, e-mail David Schneider at firstname.lastname@example.org.
¢ West Camp: West Junior High boys basketball camp will be June 5-9. For information, call Stan Frantz at 832-5500.
¢ Hyde, Boeck Winners: Lawrence's Karen Hyde and Dee Boeck were age-group winners in the One Hill of a Run 5K Saturday in Merriam. Age-group third-places went to Lawrence's Celeste Leonardi and Tonganoxie's Wally Brawner.
¢ Sponsors Needed: Team Kansas, a group of 30 volleyball players between the ages of 13 and 28, is seeking donations and sponsorships in order to compete in the North American Indigenous Games July 2-9 in Denve. If interested, call Judith Gipp at 331-7715.