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© St. Petersburg Times
published June 21, 2002

Job openings

Tampa Catholic is seeking applicants for the positions of head baseball, cross country and track coaches. Interested parties may fax a resume with references to (813) 877-9136 or call the athletic department at (813) 870-0860, ext. 296.

Hillsborough High's new junior varsity football coach, Johnny Green, is seeking applicants for assistant coaches. Those interested may call (813) 767-8865 after 8p.m.


All prospective junior varsity and varsity players are encouraged to attend offseason workouts Wednesday through Friday from 3 to 6p.m


The Seth Greenberg Basketball Camp for beginners to advanced players entering grades 1-10 has four more sessions: July8-12, July15-19, July22-26 and July29-Aug.2.

Teaching stations will work on shooting, passing, dribbling, one-on-one play, footwork and individual and team defense. Other activities include Hot Shot, NBA 2 Ball, Knock-Out and fullcourt, halfcourt and 3-on-3 games.

Full-day sessions are Monday-Thursday 8:45a.m. to 4p.m. and Friday 8:45 a.m. to noon, and half-day sessions are 8:45a.m. to noon. The camp is at the USF Sun Dome under the direction of the USF coaching staff, and campers receive a T-shirt, basketball and camp picture.

The cost is $185 for full-day campers, $155 for half-day. Multiple-week discounts are available. For information, call (800) 333-7831 or e-mail

Hillsborough Community College will host camps for youth age 10-16 from 9a.m. to 4p.m. July8-12 and July15-19. The camps will be conducted at the Dale Mabry campus by members of the HCC coaching staff. The fee is $125. For information, call 253-7446.

Tampa Catholic will conduct two weeks of camps for players in grades 2-9. The camps will be held June24-28 and July8-12 from 9a.m. to 3p.m.

The fee is $100 with discounts for multiple weeks.

For information, call Don Dziagwa at (813) 870-0860 ext. 294.

Wharton will hold camps for players in grades 2-9 on June24-28, July8-12 and July15-19 with daily sessions running from 12:30 to 4p.m.

The fee is $95 for each session. There is a $10 discount for family and multiple-week signups. For information, call Wharton coach Tommy Tonelli at (813) 631-4710 ext. 234.

Summer camps

Tampa Prep is hosting a variety of sports camps, including:

Wrestling: June24-28, 1 to 4p.m. for age 9-16. Contact Bruno Quattrone.

Girls basketball: June24-28, 8:30 to 11:30a.m. for athletes entering grades 6-10. Contact Suzanne Marfise.

Boys basketball: June24-28, 1 to 4p.m. for athletes entering grades 6-10. Contact Joe Fenlon.

All camps cost $125 for a week.

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