BASEBALL: Team New Era will hold its 2016 summer baseball tryouts for players ages 9-17 from Aug. 3 to 16. For specific dates, times, locations and registration info, visit teamnewerabaseball.com. For additional information contact Rich Wozniak at 681-3001. ... Cheektowaga youth baseball’s 2016 11U travel team will hold tryouts at 6 p.m on Aug. 10 and 11, at Southside Diamonds, 121 Starlite Ave. in Cheektowaga. There are no residency requirements. This team will participate in the 2016 Clarence Travel League and also will play in four or five tournaments. The 11U travel team will also play in a week-long tournament at Cooperstown Dreams Park in 2017. Contact John Hasfurter at 348-8949 or email@example.com to register or with questions.
BASKETBALL: The Villa Maria College boys basketball camp starts Monday, and runs through Friday, July 31. The camp begins at 9 a.m. and goes until 4 p.m. Campers can register at the door Monday. Contact Don Silveri at 352-4436. ... The 13th annual Wilson Harbor Hoops 3-on-3 basketball tournament will be held at Clark’s Park in Wilson on Aug. 8, starting at 9 a.m. Tournament is open to players of all ages. Professional referees will be provided for all games. Entry is $120 per team. All players get a dri-FIT T-shirt with tournament logo. Application deadline is Aug. 5. Register at wcecinc.com or call 433-1868.
HOCKEY: The Buffalo Stars continue to accept registrations for Beginner and Learn to Skate Hockey Programs (ages 4-9), as well as their Mite Cross-Ice Program (ages 5-8). Registration will also begin for their free Hockey Day on Sept. 1 for kids 4-9 who want to try hockey for the first time. Register online for either program at buffalostars.com. The Stars are also looking for a House level goaltender and two skaters for Bantam MOHL House League; contact Dave Lynch at 253-3157. For general information about the Stars, contact Pete Preteroti at 685-1122 or 491-0375. ... The Hamburg Hawks have opened registration for the 2014-15 season. The Hawks have openings in all House divisions: IP TimBit-Initiation Program (ages 4-5), mini-mites (age 6), mites (7-8), squirts (9-10), peewee (11-12), bantam (13-14) and midget MOHL (15-18). Costs vary by division. The House program is open to all boys and girls who want to learn the game of hockey. Visit hamburghawks.org.
SOCCER: The WNY Strikers are looking for players to compete in tournament games and local leagues. Tryouts are on Sunday at Thomas Edison School at 236 Grayton Rd. in Tonawanda. Tryouts are free. Preregister at 628-2326 or by emailing WNYStrikers@gmail.com. Boys U11 check-in begins at 12:30 p.m. with tryouts from 1-2:30 p.m. while Boys U12 check-in begins at 2:30 with tryouts beginning at 3 p.m.
SOFTBALL: There are a few openings left for a one-day round-robin co-ed slow pitch softball tournament in Alden on Aug. 22. Entry for the 16-team tournament is $150 and includes party. Call Wallace at 685-2218.
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