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Come be a part of the U.S. Youth Games

No refunds-all sales final


  • Participation- 6 teams per age group and gender
    • 6th grade, 8th grade, High School
  • Dates/Time- June 14-15
  • Location- Carver
  • Cost
    • Entry Fee- $250
    • Admission- $5 to help pay referees
  • Rules- coaches will need to meet before tournament begins to go over basic rules

Denise Johnson: 205-587-4843;



  • Dates/Time- June 3rd
  • Location- Crossplex
  • Cost-
    • $150 for teams with more than 15 swimmers
    • $10 per swimmer for teams with less than 15 swimmers
  • Events- 6 individual swims and 2 relays

$150 per team

$10 for unattached swimmer

Murray Lewis: 205-370-9071;



Summer Lacrosse Clinic

WHERE/WHEN:  July 5th: Ensley Lacrosse Camp 10 AM to 2 PM July 6th: Central Park Lacrosse Camp 10 AM to 2 PM July 14th: Urban Ministries Lacrosse Camp 1 PM to 4 PMFREE!!!! 
Girls & Boys, Ages 9-17
Learn how to play lacrosse. Equipment is provided. Former & Current college players will be our instructors.

205-229-2954; Tom Lewis:



Saturday, July 15, 2016 
G. W. Carver High School - Birmingham, Al 
3900 24th St. North
Birmingham, Alabama


9 - 10 (born 2006 - 2007)

11 - 12 (born 2004 - 2005)

13 - 14 (born 2002 - 2003)

15 - 16 (born 2000 - 2001)

17 - 18 (born 1998-1999)

Athlete: $14.00 per athlete (including relays) 
Admission: $ 2.00 per adult; $ 1.00 children under 10 
Deadline: 11:59 pm central standard time on 07/13/16 
Refunds: Not permitted. 
Events (8 & under-12): Restricted to 3 events, including relays 
Events (13-18): Restricted to 4 events, including relays 
Contact T. J. Williams (205) 643-5127; 
Awards will be given to the top three (3) individuals and the top three (3) relay teams in each event of each age division. 
IMPLEMENT WEIGH-IN: Saturday July 15 
There will be separate check-in areas for Running and Field events. Athletes must check in at these designated areas 45 minutes prior to the event's scheduled starting time. All athletes will be required to remain in the designated warm-up areas after checking in. 
All competitors must wear their assigned bib numbers during competition and on the front on their jerseys only. If an athlete loses the bib number, a replacement can be purchased for a fee of five dollars. Bib numbers will be distributed to athletes by the coached in the coaches package or in the unattached athletes individual package. Relay team members must be uniformed in competition or the relay team will be disqualified 
During competition, event results will be posted in a designated area at the track stadium. In addition, event results will be posted on
There will be a $20 fee for all protests. Protests must be submitted to the Protest Referee at once and not later than 30 minutes after a result has been announced. The protest fee will be refunded if the protest is upheld. 
1. Competitors must compete in the division determined by the competitor’s year of birth. 
2. All others age groups may compete in four events including relays. There will be no "moving up" in any events, including relays. 
3. Time schedules are subject to change. Any schedule changes will be announced and posted.



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Rose Wilson: 205-639-7868;




Basic Volleyball Skills Clinic

Basic Skills 1: Learn how to pass the ball properly, the basics of the volleyball stance, the basics of an overhead pass and the basics of footwork

April 8, 2017 @ Glen Iris Elementary School

Basic Skills 2: Learn the basics of hitting, serving and blocking including footwork and technique

April 15, 2017 @ Glen Iris Elementary School

Basic Skills 3: Learn the court, how to cover the court and the basics of offensive and defensive skills

April 29, 2017 @ Glen Iris Elementary School

Basic Skills 4: Putting it all together. We will take the concepts of each previous clinic and show you how the put it all together to be successful in playing volleyball

May 13, 2017 @ Glen Iris Elementary School


If you are interested in attending any of these clinics, please contact Dr. Sherri Huff

205-369-7030 or to register your child.

Every child must have the proper paperwork submitted to Dr. Huff in advance to attend these clinics.

Penny Edwards: 334-398-1813;


Korfball Summer Skill Development Schedule

Location: East Pinson Valley Recreation

3000 Jefferson State Pkwy

Birmingham, AL 35215


Dates & Times

June 6th – July 25th (Dead Week July 17th-21st AHSAA All-Star Week)

Tuesdays 4:30pm-6:30pm & Thursday 8:00am-10:00am

Tuesday- Ages 13-15

Thursday Ages 16-19


KorfballKorfball (Dutch: Korfbal) is a ball sport, with similarities to netball and basketball. It is played by two teams of eight players with four females and four males in each team. The objective is to throw a ball through a bottomless basket that is mounted on a 3.5 m (11.5 feet) high pole.






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