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Dream Makers take fourth The Marlboro Boys and Girls Club is recruiting cheerleading coaches for the 2007 08 season. Call the MBGC cheer line at 301 952 0509 or Antoinette Perry at 301 379 2439. The Greenbelt Sity Stars Jump Rope team is looking for volunteer assistant coaches. No jump rope experience necessary, but previous coaching experience preferred. The Marlboro Boys and Girls Club cheerleading program will hold its 5th annual overnight camp Aug. 5 9 at the University of Maryland. Ages 5 to 17 are welcome to attend. Stunts, pyramids and dance choreography will be provided. Call 202 528 6920, 301 379 2439 or 202 468 7187. The Black Barons summer baseball team is seeking pitchers ages 16 to 18 (not turning 19 before May 1) to compete in the Metropolitan Junior Baseball League Inner City Baseball Classic, July 26 29 at Alabama State University. Practices and home games will be held in Clinton. There are no tryouts, and players of all ability levels are welcome. The Potomac Valley AAU Football League is registering teams for the upcoming season. The Capital Beltway League Patuxent Rhinos are holding registration for children ages 5 1 to 14 for the fall football and cheerleading season. The Rhinos also have an unlimited weight team for middle school players in sixth, seventh or entering eighth grades. The Prince George Panthers football and cheer program is seeking players for its inaugural season in the Potomac Valley AAU national unlimited, weighted divisions and flag football league, and also cheerleaders for its football and competition squad. Coaches are also needed. Call Marcus May at 202 369 8567. The AAU MarylandRazorbacks football and cheer program is seeking players ages 6 to 14 for its national unlimited, weighted divisions, and flag football programs, and also cheerleaders for its football and competition squad. Coaches and parents are also needed. The Kettering Unlimited Football Program is looking for players ages 9 to 14 for the upcoming season. There are no boundary restrictions. Call William Mack at 301 627 3046 or Sam Durant at 240 304 7215. Holy Trinity Episcopal Day School in Bowie is holding full and half day sports programs for incoming fifth through eighth graders through Aug. 3. Sports include soccer, baseball, volleyball, basketball, softball, martial arts, cheerleading and dance and soccer referee certification for seventh through 12th graders. The Blueprint Gym in Capitol Heights will hold sports performance, strength and conditioning clinics for boys and girls ages 13 to 18. Morning and afternoon sessions are available through Aug. 17. Call Most Ray at 240 463 6144. July 21 at Gwynn Park High School, 13800 Brandywine Road in Brandywine. Call Melvin Evans at 301 742 7710. The Patuxent Rhinos of the Capital Beltway League will hold their first Jamboree Robin Aug. 11 at James Madison Middle School in Upper Marlboro. The donation per team is Teams from all leagues are welcome, but must adhere to the following age restrictions: Ages 5 7, 55 70 pounds; ages 7 9, 65 80 pounds; ages 8 10, 75 90 pounds; ages 9 11, 85 100 pounds; ages 9 12, 99 114 pounds; ages 10 13, 115 130 pounds; ages 11 14, 135 150 pounds; Unlimited, no weight restriction, middle school students only, no 15 year olds. DeMatha High School football coach Bill McGregor All Star Football Camp for ages 8 to 15 will be held July 16 20 at Holy Cross High School in Montgomery County and July 23 27 at Bladensburg High School. The non contact camp includes instruction in all aspects of the game from DeMatha coaches and former players. The Gideonites Track and Field Club is seeking youths ages 6 to 18 for AAU and USATF competition. No tryouts are required. Practices are held at Bishop McNamara High School in Forestville. Call coach Keith Chapman at 301 929 7528 or 301 442 2033. The New Wave Track Club, a USA Track and Field club for ages 5 to 18, seeks athletes who want to further develop their skills. Mondays through Thursdays at Potomac High School in Oxon Hill. to noon Saturdays through July at Thurgood Marshall Middle School. The cost is Call coach Andrew Hawkins at 301 437 7650. The Todd Bozeman Basketball School for boys and girls ages 6 to 13 will be held Aug. 12 16 at the City of Bowie Gymnasium. Before and after care available. The Take Charge Program and Street Basketball Association will hold their third annual Basketball and Life Skills Camp for boys and girls ages 9 to 15 who are Prince George County residents, July 23 27 at Bowie High School and July 30 Aug. 3 at Forestville High School. The camps are free to the first 100 who register. Five Star Basketball will hold boys day camps Monday through July 13 at Riverdale Baptist, July 16 20 at Bowie City Gym and July 30 Aug. 3 at both Georgetown Prep and the Capital Sports Complex. Co ed instructional camps and boys and girls overnight camps at locations outside the county also are available. Bishop McNamara High School will hold an offensive skills camp July 30 Aug. 3. Willie Diggs DreamMakers Academy will host a Summer Basketball Camp Series Monday through July 13 and Aug. 6 10 at Bowie City Gym. The Lady Mustang Basketball Camp will be held July 16 20 and Aug. 6 10 at Bishop McNamara High School. The DeMatha Basketball Camp for boys and girls ages 7 to 16 will be held July 23 and 30 and Aug. 6 at DeMatha High School. The cost is per session. Before and after care is available. Call 240 764 2255. The Mid Atlantic Running Rebels AAU boys basketball team is holding tryouts for ages U 13 through U 16. Serious inquiries only. Call Andrew Hawkins at 301 437 7650 or Mike Davis at 202 422 4043. The Triple Threat AAU basketball organization is seeking boys and girls ages 6 to 12 and also needs coaches. Call Keith at 202 558 9587 or John Short at 240 413 2537.