Fourteen coaches and wrestling champs will provide instruction at the 2006 Camp of Champions June 18-23 at Patch High School in Vaihingen, Germany.
Three-time Olympian and former world champ Dariusz Jablonski of Poland is the most highly decorated member of the wrestling staff, which also includes Jim Zeigler, two-time U.S. junior college coach of the year; former national champions from Poland and Germany; current and former U.S. Forces Europe champions; and DODDS-Europe coaches Jim Hall of Naples and Todd Taylor of Patch, according to camp director Duane Werner.
Fee for overnight campers is $250, covering all meals, instruction and accommodation. Special 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. day-camp sessions for elementary school wrestlers cost $150, including lunch.
For information, call Werner at (+49) (0)162-270-4772 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hoops camp scheduledSummer basketball camps for boys and girls in grades eight through 11 will be conducted at Chierves Air Base, Belgium.
Camp dates for girls are June 27-29. For boys, the sessions are June 30-July 2. Registration deadline for both camps is Monday, according to director Mike Vargas.
Fee is $100, payable on arrival, and players will be billeted at the gym. A reversible jersey, camp T-shirt and some drinks are included in the fee, Vargas said.
Registration packets are available at http://eteamz.active.com/... For details, e-mail Vargas at email@example.com or Lin Hairstone at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mannheim wins Juniors baseball titleZach Wilson scampered home with the winning run Sunday as Mannheim downed host Stuttgart 5-4 to win the Youth Services European Juniors baseball championship for players 13-15 years.
Heidelberg claims high school championshipIn rainy Schinnen, Netherlands, the Heidelberg Lions claimed their second straight Installation Management Agency-Europe high school baseball championship.
After limiting Schinnen to four hits and Wiesbaden to two in 10-6 and 10-5 winners-bracket victories during the Memorial Day weekend tournament, the Lions won the winners-bracket final 7-5 over Kaiserslautern by scoring two runs in their final at-bat.
That victory proved decisive, as the losers-bracket final and championship games scheduled for the next day were rained out. Officials declared Heidelberg the winner.