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Looking for an excuse to get active? Here’s a listing of local events, recreation leagues, tournaments, camps, clinics, classes and more. Click the links at the top to jump between categories. Have a listing you’d like us to include? Email it to scores@ydr.com.

Runners line up for the start of the 2011 Bob Potts Marathon. (Daily Record/Sunday News — File)

Foot Power calendar: Local races for runners, cyclists and more

YAMBA EVENTS >> The York Area Mountain Biking Association has partnered with Gung Ho Bikes in York to offer beginner rides every Wednesday at 6 p.m. Anyone is welcome to attend, no one is left behind, and all rides have a leader.

You can follow YAMBA’s activities on Facebook or check out yamba.org for details. If interested in becoming a member, the fee is $20 for an individual and $30 for a family. Contact Dan Walko at 434-3409 or danwalko@yahoo.com for more information.

 

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From left, Ryan Draggoo, Luke Rickrode and Josh Rickrode watch as York Revolution manager Mark Mason gives them pitching instructions at Gold Glove Sports Academy. (Daily Record/Sunday News — File)

Community notes: Classes, clinics and other events

Cyclo-cross Racing: Cross of the Corn cyclo-cross bike race will kick off Fields of Adventure’s fifth season at 9 a.m. on Aug. 3 in Aspers, PA. The racers will enjoy a fun course. Riders can register at www.bikereg.com. For additional information, visit www.fieldsofadventure.com or contact Debbie Smith at 888-677-0093 or info@fieldsofadventure.com

York Hiking Club: Labor Day Picninc will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Sept. 1 at JPJ. There will be a short hike and bring a covered dish. Contact Alan Noble at 817-9430 or amnoble38@gmail.com for additional information.

VNA remembrance 5K: A 5K run/walk will be at 8 a.m. Sept. 6 at Moul Field in Hanover. Registration forms are available at vnahanover.org or register online at active.com (a small fee will apply).

Susquehanna Super Hike and Ultra Trail Run: The Susquehanna Super Hike and Ultra Trail Run will be Sept. 6. For more information, contact KTA at 238-7017 or check the website: www.kta-hike.org.

SYCBA Run, Walk, Ride: The SYCBA Run, Walk, Ride event will be Sept. 13 at Marge Goodfellow Park in New Freedom. Participants start at the park, continue on to the Rail Trail and return to the park to complete the 5K. The 5K run will be timed. For additional information or to register, visit www.SYCBA.com or call Missy Thomas at 747-2840, ext. 107.

Shelter Shuffle 5K Run/Walk: The 10th annual Shelter Shuffle 5K Run/Walk will take place at 8 a.m. Sept. 13 at the campus of the former Harrisburg State Hospital, across from the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg. All proceeds will benefit the Interfaith Shelter for Homeless Families. The tax-deductible registration is $15 per person by Sept. 6 or $20 per person after. To register online or download an event brochure, visit http://www.cchbg.org/events/shelter-shuffle-5k-runwalk/.

Gettysburg College Prospect Camp: Gettysburg College men’s basketball head coach George Petrie and his staff will hold a fall prospect camp 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 13 in the Bream Gymnasium. The cost is $100. To register, visit GettysburgSports.com. For more information, contact assistant coach Jeff Slanovec at jslanove@gettysburg.edu or 337-6435.

Cupcake Classic 5K: The second annual Cupcake Classic 5K fun run/walk event will be at 8 a.m. (registration at 7 a.m.) Sept. 13 at Moul Field, 403 Moul Avenue, Hanover. Registration is $25. Race proceeds to benefit YWCA Hanover programs and services. Register online at www.raceit.com.

YWCA workshops: The YWCA and the National Exercise Trainers Association will co-sponsor two workshops. Barre Blend — which fuses ballet, cardio training, Pilates and yoga — will be 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 13. H.I.I.T. and Tabata — high intensity interval training — will be 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 14. Both will be at the YWCA, 320 E. Market St., York. Workshop fees apply. For additional information, contact Tara Neff at 845-2631 or visit www.netafit.org.

Members 1st 5K Run/Walk: Members 1st Federal Credit Union will host its third annual 5K Run/Walk for Kids at 9 a.m. Sept. 20 at its administrative headquarters, 5000 Louise Drive, Mechanicsburg. Proceeds benefit Children’s Miracle Network at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital. Register at www.members1st.org/5K-run-walk-for-kids.

Trails 4 Tails 40 mile run and relay: The Trails 4 Tails 40-mile run and relay will be Sept. 20. Learn more at www.trails4tails.com

Columbus Soccer Classic: Team registrations are being accepted for the Central Maryland’s Soccer Association’s 18th Annual Soccer Classic Oct. 11-12 in Carroll County, Maryland. The Classic is open to all USSF youth affiliated school, recreation and club teams. Male and female competition is offered in the single age levels of U8 through U15, and the dual age high school levels of U16 and U18. The tournament features a round-robin format with all teams being guaranteed a minimum of three games. The registration deadline is Sept. 26. Registration forms are available at www.cmsasoccer.com. For additional information, e-mail scorenews@aol.com or call Skip Apple at 443-255-0521.

Bulldog Blitz: Runners and walkers will participate in the first Bulldog Blitz 5K run through West York at 9 a.m. Oct. 4. Proceeds will be used to set up scholarships for West York high school seniors seeking post-secondary education. Additional funds will be put back into the borough for community improvements. To sponsor this event contact wybulldogblitz@gmail.com.

Trestle 5K run: A 5K run and 2-mile walk will be at 9 a.m. Oct. 4 in Boyertown. Contact Sally Stetler at 610-327-2902 or sally.stetler@comcast.net.

Trail walk: The Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve is holding a trail walk/run 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 15 at Michaux State Forest. The race is limited to 250 runners. For more information contact 642-5840 or info@strawberryhill.org or www.StrawberryHill.org.

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Zamir Weedon-Parker, 8, stands with his Boys Club of York Red Raiders rink football team before a York County Youth Football Association playoff game in 2012.

Program signups: Rec sports leagues and teams for kids and adults

West Shore Recreation Commission: The West Shore Recreation Commission is now accepting registration for Fall activities. Please visit www.westshorerec.org for a complete listing or call 920-9515 or email wsrec@wsrec.org for additional information.

PA Lady Ducks 10U Softball: The PA Lady Ducks 10U softball team will be holding try outs at 10 a.m. on Aug. 30 and Sept. 13 at Wieglestown Elementary. For additonal information, email doverladyeagles@gmail.com.

Red Lion Community Swimming Program: The program will conduct its fall swimming registration 6-8 p.m. on Sept. 2-3 at Red Lion Area Senior High School pool lobby. Courses offered this fall include Red Cross swimming lessons from Level 1 to Level 6 and parent-tot lessons. Half-hour lessons will be held for 10 weeks and will meet either Monday or Wednesday. For further information contact Mr. Grim at Red Lion Area Senior High School, 246-1611 extension 2103, or visit the Red Lion Area School District’s website at www.rlasd.net.

York County Fall Coed Soccer League: York County Fall Coed Soccer League begins Sept. 7, matches are Sundays only at Cousler Park. Season is 10 matches. Individuals and teams of all levels are welcome, 9 vs. 9 no offsides is the format. Please contact Sean Heist at seanheist22@gmail.com for additional information.

Yorktowne Volleyball: Yorktowne Volleyball will be hosting its Youth Developmental League/Clinic on Sundays from Sept. 14 – Oct. 12 at York Learning Center, 300 East 7th Ave, York. Sessions are available for boys and girls in 4th – 8th grades. Registration fee is $100. Register at yorktownevb.com or contact Josh Brenneman at 654-6061.

York Sunday Fall Coed Slowpitch Softball League: The York Sunday Fall Coed Slowpitch softball league will begin Sept. 14. League fee is $305. For additional information, contact Rod Dixon at 515-8932 or rod31@aol.com.

Razorbacks 18U Softball Club: The Razorbacks 18U club teams will be accepting new players for the 2014 fall and 2015 summer season. Please contact Jere Flick at 940-1249 or jndrazorback@yahoo.com or visit www.razorbacksoftball.com.

York Youth Soccer League: Registration is open for the fall-spring league. The league provides affordable recreational soccer for boys and girls ages 4-12. For more information, visit yysl.org.

The Nemesis Lacrosse Club: The Nemesis Lacrosse Club recently completed its inaugural summer travel season. Tryouts for the 2015 Summer Season will be held 1 to 3 p.m. Sept. 7 and Sept. 14 at Colony Papers in York. Visit www.nemesislax.com or call 487-3487 for more details.

York Oldtimers Baseball: The York County Oldtimers Baseball League runs Sundays from Sept. 7 to Nov. 10. To be eligible, players must be at least 38 years old. All players registered by closing date of Monday are guaranteed a roster spot. Fee is $125 per person. For additional information or to receive a registration form, call commissioner Ken Hersey at 244-2424, Steve Robertson (792-5757) or Tim Potts (891-1591). For details, visit www.yorkcountybaseball.org and then use the oldtimers link.

York County Girls’ Volleyball Clinic: A volleyball clinic is being offered for girls’ in grades 4-8 from 6-8 p.m. on Mondays from Oct. 6-20 at the York YMCA. The three-day clinic is for girls of all skills levels and led by the YMCA’s experienced club volleyball coaches. For more information, contact Doug Markel at dmarkel@yorkcoymca.org or 843-7884 ext. 263.

Soccer players needed: Penn Legacy Soccer Club has openings for players at several age groups to start playing in the upcoming fall season as follows: U12 boys’ field player, U14 boys’ field player, U14 girls’ field player, U15 girls’ field player and keeper, U16 boys’ field player and U18/19 girls’ field player. If interested, email travel@pennlegacy.org.

York Unity girls’ AAU: Online registrations are being accepted for girls in seventh grade who want to play basketball at the national level, as well as girls in 10th through 12th grades who are interested in playing at the college level. Visit www.yorkunitysports.com for details or email Mike Englar at bbcoachme@aol.com.

Gettysburg fall ball: Registration for the fall 2014 league is now open. Boys and girls ages 7-16 can be registered anytime at www.gettysburglittleleague.com. Hard copy registration also available. Players must be 7-16 years old as of April 30, 2014. For questions, email gettysburglittleleague@gmail.com or call Lea Haskins at 487-7913.

Fast-pitch clinic: North Carroll High School girls’ fast-pitch softball team is sponsoring a complete windmill pitching clinic. The fast-pitch clinic will be held indoors on Saturdays from Nov. 1 through Feb. 28 at select times with a special outdoor session on Oct. 25. For more information, call 410-374-6614 or email ncgfp@qis.net.

14U Lady Stormers: The 14U Lady Stormers, a highly-competitive fastpitch softball team based in Lancaster County, is seeking a position player and pitcher to complete the 2014-15 roster. If interested, please contact head coach Joel Schreiner at softballcoachjoel@gmail.com.

West Shore Recreation Commission: The West Shore Recreation Commission are accepting registration for Fall activities starting Aug. 27. Please visit www.westshorerec.org for a complete listing or call 920-9515 or email wsrec@wsrec.org.

 

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Red Lion's Kevin Crumbling takes a shot during the 2013 YAIAA individual golf championships at Briarwood. (Daily Record/Sunday News -- File)

Red Lion’s Kevin Crumbling takes a shot during the 2013 YAIAA individual golf championships at Briarwood. (Daily Record/Sunday News — File)

 

Golf events

Little Creek Golf Course: Little Creek Golf Course will hold a charity golf tournament to benefit York Pediatric Medicine and children’s activities and events at Spring Grove Regional Parks and Recreation Center at 8 a.m. Aug. 30 at 1657 PA Route 116, Spring Grove. The cost is $50 per golfer or $200 per four-person team. Included in the registration fee are the green fees, pull cart, catered lunch and door prizes. Registration materials may be picked up at Little Creek Golf Course. For more information, contact the golf course at 916-4900 or LittleCreekGolf@gmail.com.

St. Andrews Episcopal golf tournament: St. Andrews Episcopal Church in York will hold its eighth annual golf tournament benefiting youth programs at noon Sept. 6 at Cool Creek Golf Club, Wrightsville. Registration forms are available at www.standrewsyork.org. The event is sponsored by Jack Giambalvo Family of Dealerships with a free car for a hole in one. $85 per golfer includes cart, boxed lunch, dinner and more! Registration is due Aug. 30.

Daniel Boone Homestead Golf Tournament: The Friends of the Daniel Boone Homestead are hosting the third annual golf tournament fundraiser at noon Sept. 20 at Arrowhead Golf Course, Douglassville with a four-person scramble. Registration begins at 11 a.m. and the cost is $75 per golfer. For additional information or to register, contact Amanda Machik at 610-582-4900 or info@danielboonehomestead.org. Deadline to register is Sept. 6.

Carl Gardner Golf Benefit for Special Olympics York County: The Carl Gardner Golf Benefit for Special Olympics will be held Sept. 18 at Heritage Hills Golf Resort. For additional information or to sponsor an athlete, visit www.facebook.com/CarlGardnerSOYC or contact Barbara or Bob Laudeman at 757-4410 or rhlaudeman@aol.com.

Golf Fore Hope tournament: New Hope Ministries will hold its 16th annual Golf Fore Hope tournament at noon Sept. 19 at Range End Golf Club in Dillsburg, presented by Bobby Rahal Automotive Group. Proceeds benefit New Hope’s Crisis Assistance and Children and Youth Programs. The cost is $90 per golfer with a special early bird drawing for all entries received by Aug. 29. More information available at www.nhm-pa.org, including sponsorship opportunities.

Susquehanna Baseball League Scholarship Golf Outing: The Susquehanna Baseball League will hold its first golf outing to benefit the Gentzler/Smith scholarship at 1 p.m. Sept. 20 at the Pleasant Valley Golf Club in Stewartstown. It’s a four-ball scramble format, and the cost is $65 per person, with a chicken buffet meal to follow. All proceeds go to funding the Gentzler/Smith Scholarship program, which annually awards scholarships to current players in the league who qualify. Download a copy of the entry form under the “handouts” section at the league website http://www.leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=susquehannaleaguebaseball or contact Kevin Gladfelter at kglad1@comcast.net. The rain date is Sept. 27.

Parent-Child Tournament: The parent (grandparent) – child tournament will be at 11 a.m. Sept. 21 at Hickory Heights Golf Club. The cost is $40 per team ($20 per team for members). Format is modified alternate shot (both players tee off on every hole, select tee shot, then alternate shots until ball is holed).

Honey Run Golf Course: Gregory Wade McGrew Foundation will be sponsoring a Golf Tournament Sept. 26 at Honey Run Golf Course. Proceeds will benefit Dover resident, Emilee Heilman. To sign up or to sponsor a hole or tee box contact Susan Sancentino at mcgreffoundation@mcgrewequipment.com.

Habitat for Humanity golf tournament: York Habitat for Humanity will host its fifth annual golf tournament at noon Sept. 27 at the Hanover Country Club, 200 E. Water St. in Abbottstown. For additional information, contact Kennedy Barba at 854-6168 or visit www.yorkhabitat.org.

Spartan Advance Golf Fundraiser: The Spartan Advance is proud to announce the Inaugural Spartan Advance Golf Fundraiser at the Country Club of York at 11:30 a.m. Oct. 3. The tournament fee is $200 per player with the opportunity for hole sponsors at $500. An entry for four players with a hole sponsorship is $1,200 per foursome. For more information or to register online, visit www.ycpspartans.com.

2014 Drive Away Hunger CROP Golf Tournament: CWS/CROP will hold its 18th annual golf tournament at 8 a.m. Oct. 13 at Deer Valley Golf Course in Hummelstown, PA. $65 per golfer before Sept. 8, $75 per golfer after. The proceeds benefit Church World Service’s efforts to address hunger issues worldwide. Visit www.cropgolf.blogspot.com for more information.

Briarwood golf: Registration is open for September golf clinics for all levels at Briarwood’s driving range. Sessions meet 6 to 7:30 p.m. two times a week (Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday) for two weeks. Cost is $85 per person and includes a nine-hole round of golf. Equipment is provided as needed. For additional information, call 792-9776 or visit www.briarwoodgolfclubs.com.

Bermudian Springs football coach Jon DeFoe addresses his team during a 2012 practice. (Daily Record/Sunday News — File)

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2 Responses to Get your Sweat on

  1. Pingback: Foot Power: Boston tragedy will not stop runners | Home learning advice

  2. Cynthia Martin says:

    Is there an exercise class at the YDR building on Tuesday nites this summer? If so, what are the details. Thank you.

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