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Sports scene: Oct. 30, 2012

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Rec officials

Gold Country Officials, for the past 20 years, has provided basketball and flag football officials for the Placerville and Cameron Park Recreation Departments and takes pride in hiring the youth of El Dorado County. They’re announcing training clinics at the Placerville Rec. Dept. Nov. 11 and 18 at 6:30 p.m. For information call Al Pitetti at 622-5841 or at official@cal.net.

Adult 5X5 Basketball

The Cameron Park Community Service District is taking team signups for the next Tuesday evening adult basketball league. The league starts Nov. 20 and will run thru Jan. 15. Deadline for registration is Nov. 20 8 at 5:00 pm. The team fee is $425. For further information, contact the CSD office at 677-2231.

After school intramural programs

Cameron Park CSD is offering after school intramural volleyball on Mondays and basketball on Tuesdays at the CSD gymnasium for youth in grades 6-8. Program is designed to learn new skills in a fun atmosphere, introducing kids to various games, activities and drills to develop interest and improve. The drop-in fee is $5 or $18 per month. For more information call 530-677-2231 or go online to cameronpark.org.

Wrestling signups

The El Dorado Hills Wrestling Club is accepting signups now for the winter season. Youth in grades K-8 interested in learning the sport, improving skills and competing are encouraged to join. For information or to sign up go to the Website EDHwrestling.com or e-mail EDHwrestling@ymail.com.

Placerville Tai Chi

Known as mediation in motion, Tai Chi promotes a peaceful mind though slow, gentle movements. Regular practice reduces stress, improves balance and coordination and improves overall health. Master Bruce Bolden has practiced Tai Chi since 1981. Wednesday classes sponsored by Placerville Recreation for ages 15 and up are taught upstairs at Town Hall. The next classes are Nov. 7-28. Beginners meet from 6-7 p.m.; intermediates meet from 7-8:30 p.m. The fees are $50 for intermediate classes, $40 for beginners.

Take it to the Hoops camp

Join Bob Ackley and Mike Orchard for a fun basketball camp for boys in grades 4-8 to learn the fundamentals of the game of basketball, including passing, dribbling and shooting. Participants will take part in drills, individual and team competition to prepare for playing on your next team. The next camp is Jan. 5, 2013 at the El Dorado High gyms. Boys in grades 4-6 meet from 9 a.m.-noon; boys in grades 7-8 meet from 1-4 p.m.. The fee is $30. Please bring water. For more information call 530-642-5232 or visit cityofplacerville.org.

Mighty Mites basketball

Placerville Recreation is sponsoring a fun and fundamental approach to recreational sports. The basketball camp will be held on Wednesdays, Jan. 1-30, 2013,  5:30-6:15 p.m. at the Markham School gym. Camps are designed for beginning players to introduce skills and develop sportsmanship and positive attitudes. Every player will have a chance to make a basket in games the last two weeks of camp. The fee is $39 with an optional T-shirt fee of $7.

Masters swimming

AquaSol coach and competitive master swimmer Janine Joy is coaching the Masters team at the Union Mine High School pool Monday through Friday from 5:30-6:30 p.m. The focus is on stroke technique, endurance and preparation for meets or open-water swims. All levels of swimmers are encouraged to join as Joy develops a strong Masters team from this area. The monthly cost for instruction five times a week is $75. For more information visit AquaSolSwimTeam.com.

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