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Published June 1, 2004


Jesuit High will have a camp for ages 6-14 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. June 7-11 and July 12-16 at the Hitmaster indoor facility on Hillsborough and Hanley in Town N' Country. The camp will be run by Jesuit's John Crumbley, Chuck Yingling and Gary Garcia. The cost is $125 per participant with a $15 discount for each additional family member. For information, call 884-3444.

Plant High will host camps for ages 13 and older at Palma Ceia Little League, 4501 S Himes Ave., from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 7-11 and June 14-18. The fee is $125 with a $20 discount for each additional family member. The camps will be directed by Plant coach Bo Puckett. For information, call 842-9507 or e-mail


Boys and girls teams in all age brackets are being sought for a tournament in Clearwater on June 19-20. For information, call 800 284-6044 or visit

The USSSA Hall of Fame 3-on-3 national tour will stop in St. Petersburg Saturday-Sunday. For information, call 888 618-7108 or visit

Wharton High will have camps for boys and girls entering grades 2-9. Sessions are June 7-11, June 14-18, June 21-25 and July 5-9. Boys entering grades 8-12 may attend a session July 5-8. Registration is $95 per session and $85 for each additional session. For information, call 631-4710 ext. 234.

Jefferson High is having camps for girls 7-17 June 14-18, July 5-9, July 12-16. The camps are directed by Jefferson coach Tom Mosca. For information, call 920-0470 or 785-4775.


The Black Watch program will have camps from 9 a.m.-noon June 7-11, June 28-July 2. The fee is $135. For information, visit or call 997-5773.

The Oldsmar Soccer Club is having tryouts for boys 9-19 and girls 9-18 on June 12-17 at Canal Park, 3120 Tampa Road. For information, visit or call 727 742-7735.


Announcements should be mailed to Tampa Sports Editor Scott Purks, c/o The Times, 1000 N. Ashley Drive, Tampa, FL 33602.

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