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MAY 18

NAIA WORLD SERIES VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION SOCIAL AND PEP RALLY — The Lewis-Clark State College athletic department will hold its Avista NAIA World Series Volunteer Appreciation Social during the Hometown Pep Rally at noon-1 p.m. May 18 at Lewiston’s Brackenbury Square. All who have signed up to volunteer at the 2019 Series can pick up their free volunteer shirts and commemorative pins, as well as a free hot dog and pop. To volunteer for the Series, contact the volunteer office at either (208) 792-2275 or naiav@lcsc.edu.

MAY 19

ASOTIN COUNTY BLUES TRYOUTS — The 2019 Asotin County Blues American Legion baseball team will hold tryouts on Sunday, May 19 at Prior Field, the Field of Dreams, beginning at 2 p.m. Area players ages 14-17 are encouraged to tryout. Player fees for the 2019 season will be $750.

MAY 20-21

L-C LEGION TRYOUTS — The Lewis-Clark Twins and Cubs American Legion baseball teams will hold tryouts May 20-21 at 4 p.m. at Clarkson High. Paperwork can be found online at lctwinscubs.blogspot.com. Those with questions may contact Patti Meshishnek at pmeshishnek@p1fcu.com or (208) 305-1706.

JUNE 1

JUST FOR THE HILL OF IT BIKE RACE — This annual fundraiser for the Syringa Hospice in Grangeville will start June 1 at 9 a .m. at Hammer Creek near Whitebird. Registration begins an hour before the race and costs $30 per rider, though each entrant can save $5 if they register by May 29 online at syringahospital.org, at area bike shops, or by calling (208) 983-8550, and asking for Cindy or Tara. The race is 13 miles and covers a climb of 2,200 feet up the pass. For more information, call Jerry Wren at (208) 962-3576 or email jakewren@isp.com.

JUNE 7-9

LCSC GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TEAM TOURNAMENT — This tournament for high school and junior high teams on June 7-9 at the Lewis-Clark State Activity Center. The cost is $275 per team. Each team is guaranteed five games. Three levels of competition including high school varsity, varsity/JV and middle school. Games start Friday evening and finish Sunday late afternoon. Organizers will try to accommodate scheduling conflicts, including two-day schedules on a first-come basis. Dorm rooms are available at $10 per bed per night. The tournament director is LCSC coach Brian Orr. For more information, contact LCSC athletics at (208) 792-2274 or rborr@lcsc.edu. Applications can be found at http://www.lcwarriors.com/camps/.

JUNE 10-13

LCSC BASKETBALL CAMP — The Lewis-Clark State men’s basketball program will conduct a High Potential Camp on June 10-13. Fee is $175 for day campers or $295 for those staying overnight. Information is available from Leif Karlberg or Gray Reid at (208) 792-2271. Applications can be found at http://www.lcwarriors.com/camps/.

JUNE 16-20

LCSC GIRLS’ BASKETBALL CAMP — The Warrior Camp is open to girls entering grades fifth through 12th on June 16-20 at the LCSC Activity Center. It will be conducted from 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Wednesday; and 9 a.m. to noon Thursday. The cost is $165 for day campers or $285 for overnight campers. High school team discounts are available. The camp director is LCSC coach Brian Orr. For more information, contact LCSC athletics at (208) 792-2274 or rborr@lcsc.edu. Applications can be found at http://www.lcwarriors.com/camps/. Late registration is from 4 to 6 p.m. July 16.

JUNE 17

WSU SOCCER CAMPS — Washington State coaches and players will conduct a day camps for girls and boys on June. 17-21 and July 8-12. Information is available at wsucougars.com.

JUNE 22

CAPES ’N CROWNS FUN RUN — This local race will take place on June 22 beginning at Kiwanis Park and will offer two courses, one measuring a mile and the other about three miles. Both segments will start at 9 a.m. Participants are encouraged to wear superhero or royalty outfits. Price is $15 for children 12-and-under and $20 for adults, though all entrants can save $5 if they sign up by June 12. To register, visit raceentry.com/races/capes-n-crowns/2019/register.

JUNE 24-27

LCSC GIRLS’ BASKETBALL SHOOTING CAMP — This camp is for girls entering grades third through 12th. It will be conducted from 1 to 4 p.m. each day from June 24-27 at the Lewis-Clark State Activity Center. The cost is $100. The focus will be on the Pro-Shooting System with position shooting and skill development. The camp director is LCSC coach Brian Orr. For more information, contact LCSC athletics at (208) 792-2274 or rborr@lcsc.edu. Applications can be found at http://www.lcwarriors.com/camps/. Registration the day of camp will be accepted.

LCSC BASKETBALL CAMP — The Lewis-Clark State men’s basketball program will conduct a Youth Developmental Camp on June 24-27. Fee is $90. Information is available from Leif Karlberg or Gray Reid at (208) 792-2271. Applications can be found at http://www.lcwarriors.com/camps/.

JULY 19

WSU SOCCER CAMPS — Washington State coaches and players will conduct resident camps for girls and boys on July 19-21 (for “junior elite” players) and July 26-38 (for “elite” players). Information is available at wsucougars.com.

JULY 1-3

LCSC JUNIOR WARRIOR BASKETBALL CAMP — This camp is for girls entering grades third through sixth on July 1-3. It will be conducted from 9 a.m. to noon each day at the Lewis-Clark State Activity Center. The cost is $75. The focus is on fundamentals and skill development, as well as individual and team competitions based on age and ability. The camp director is LCSC coach Brian Orr. For more information, contact LCSC athletics at (208) 792-2274 or rborr@lcsc.edu. Applications can be found at http://www.lcwarriors.com/camps/. Registration the day of camp will be accepted.

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