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Sports Briefs

Jul 29, 2015

Bagel Bombers tryout Aug. 2

The Bagel Bombers travel baseball program will host tryouts Sunday, Aug. 2, for the summer 2015 and spring 2016 season. Players may try out out for teams ranging from U8 to U16. Tryouts will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m., at Sports at the Beach in Georgetown. For more information, go to www.bagelbombersbaseball.com or email agelof@comcast.net.

Free youth soccer camp Aug. 3-7

A free weeklong Youth Soccer Camp is being offered at First Baptist Church of Lewes. The camp is for children ages 5-11 and will be held daily from 9 a.m. to noon, Monday, Aug. 3 to Friday, Aug. 7. Registration is still open. For more information, go to FBCSoccer.org.

Henlopen Soccer prep camp Aug. 8-12

The Henlopen Soccer Club is hosting a high school and college preparatory soccer camp Saturday, Aug. 8, through Wednesday, Aug. 12, and Monday, Aug. 10, through Friday, Aug. 14. There will be sessions held from 9 a.m. to noon and 5 to 8 p.m., each day. Cost is $135 per session or $195 for both. On-site registration is $225 for full-day camp and $160 for half-day camp.

All camps include an Adidas T-Shirt and Adidas soccer ball with tuition.

The club announced that guest speaker and trainer Pete Caringi will be at camp during the Tuesday night session. Caringi is head coach at UMBC and the 2014 NSCAA National Coach of the Year. In 2014, he led UMBC to the Final Four in Division I college soccer.

There is also a soccer camp still available for ages 7-12 Aug. 3-7.

For additional information or to register, go to http://sports.bluesombrero.com/ or call Darek Bujak, Henlopen Soccer Club director of coaching, at 302-420-0904 or email dbujakesschenlopen@gmail.com.

Prime Hook lottery applications available

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently announced deadlines for preseason lottery hunting applications at Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge for the 2015-16 hunting season. These applications are available through the web-based lottery permitting program operated by the vendor (Kinsail) at www.primehookpermits.com or by calling 703-994-4194.

Preseason lottery hunting applications for deer hunts in the Headquarters Area and for hunters with disabilities in the Island Farm Area are available now. The application period started July 15 and ends Monday, Aug. 31. The drawing and notification to hunters will take place Monday, Sept. 7.

The application period for accepting preseason lottery hunting applications for waterfowl hunts for hunters with disabilities in the Island Farm Area starts Saturday, Aug. 15 and ends Tuesday, Sept. 15. The drawing and notification to hunters will take place Monday, Sept. 21.

Any vacancies not claimed during the preseason lottery drawing will be available to hunters on a standby basis throughout the season through Kinsail’s website or by telephone. Hunters should check for updates on the website to learn when these vacancies will be released.

Many changes have been made to the hunting program for the 2015-16 season at Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge. Refuge-specific hunting regulations are available on the refuge’s website at www.fws.gov/refuge/prime_hook/, on Kinsail’s website at www.primehookpermits.com, and at the refuge office. Hunters should take the time to become familiar with these new regulations and are encouraged to call the refuge office at 302-684-8419 with any questions.

Athletes to End Alzheimer's 5K set for Aug. 2

On Aug. 2, a new event will come to Bethany Beach: Athletes to End Alzheimer’s 5K Run/Walk, presented by Loftus Wealth Strategies. Race proceeds will benefit the Alzheimer's Association Delaware Valley Chapter.

Michael Loftus of Loftus Wealth Strategies, a wealth management and financial planning business in Millville, is the event organizer. Loftus’ father Jim died in October 2013 after a battle with Alzheimer’s disease. Loftus and his family learned firsthand the kind of support people who are living with the disease and their families need. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior; the life-interfering symptoms worsen over time, and there is no cure.

“We hope to raise $15,000 for treatment, research and support for those affected by Alzheimer’s and their caregivers,” said Loftus. “I know when we meet this ambitious goal, the dollars will go miles to benefit the work of this important charity.”

The fast, flat and scenic 5K run/walk features on-course entertainment by DJ Padraig, awesome awards, special tech shirts for all registrants and a post-race party produced by Focus Multi-Sports. The special grand opening registration cost is $25 after March 1. Individuals and teams are encouraged to join the fundraising effort, and cash donations are tax-deductible.

Sponsor and volunteer opportunities are available. For more details or to register, go to www.alzrun.com or the Facebook page ALZRunWalk. For more information about the Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter, go to alz.org/delval.

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