Calling all camps!
The Buffalo News plans to run its annual directory of summer camps in the WNY area in April. E-mail all the important details, including dates, location, fees and contact information, to email@example.com or mail it to Dennis Danheiser, Assistant Sports Editor, Buffalo News Sports Department, One News Plaza, P.O. Box 100, Buffalo, NY, 14240. There is no charge.
Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey will be the featured speaker at the Monday Quarterback Club's first luncheon of the season April 5 at the Adam's Mark Hotel. Also attending will be Tim Graham of espn.com and Paul Peck of Ch. 4. The event is open to Quarterback Club members and their guests. Call 693-3807 or go to mondayqbc.com.
BASEBALL: The West Seneca 15-and-under travel baseball team is looking for players for spring and summer leagues. Players do not have to be a West Seneca resident. Contact Rick Elling at 997-2693.
BENEFIT: A No-Tap Doubles Benefit for ALS in memory of Patty Denniston will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at South Transit Bowling Center. Cost is $40 and includes door prizes, Chinese auction and a guaranteed $500 for first place. Contact Dick at 622-7793.
BOWLING: The Jamestown Bowling Academy will hold its annual Hall of Fame Masters Scratch Tournament on April 3. First place is $1,250 based on 100 entries. Call 483-1818.
FOOTBALL: Canisius High School is accepting applications for a varsity head coach. Applicants should send a letter of interest, resume and at least three references to Jim Mauro, Director of Athletics, 1180 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N.Y., 14209 or Mauro@canisiushigh.org. Football coaches of all levels are invited to attend a seminar by former NFL line coach Jim McNally of Kenmore. McNally will discuss all aspects of zone blocking during the event on March 31 from 7-9 p.m. at St. Francis High School. Cost is $5 and includes refreshments. Reserve your spot with John Scibetta via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Make checks payable to: Ray Karney Memorial Fund. Morrisville State football coach Terry Dow will be the featured clinician at the WNY Football Coaches Association meeting and free coaches clinic Monday at the Lancaster Elks Lodge, 33 Legion Parkway. Youth, high school and college coaches are welcome. Call 681-7443.
HOCKEY: The 35th annual Dippin' Dots Spring House League, open to boys and girls ages 4-15, is now accepting applications for the upcoming spring/summer league at Holiday Twin Rinks and Leisure Rinks. The league will start Wednesday. Call 685-3360 for an application or register online at www.holidayrinks.com.
GOLF: Passes will be available for all three of the Olmsted Parks golf courses (Delaware, Cazenovia, South Park) at the course golf houses beginning Sunday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Other special sales days will be on April 10 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and April 16 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Golfers must bring proper ID, a headshot photo no larger that 1 inch-by-1 inch, and payment. For city residents, seven-day passes are $185, $150 for seniors 60 and over and $125 for youths. For non-city residents the cost is $250 for a regular pass, $200 for seniors and $175 for youths. The Cheektowaga Senior Center has started a women's golf league, which will meet Wednesdays at Grover Cleveland, beginning May 4. Spots are still available, call 686-3930 or stop at the senior center, 3349 Broadway.
VOLLEYBALL: The Buffalo Niagara Court Center will hold its six-week spring program from April 10-May 22. Boys and girls 13-and-under will play from 6:30-8 p.m. and 16-and-under from 8-9:30 p.m. Cost is $100. Register online at www.bnccsports.com or call 677-9100.
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