Entries for the Betty Blakeman Memorial Tennis Tournament scheduled for this weekend in conjunction with the Yarmouth Clam Festival are due at 10:30 tonight. Players of all ages and abilities are welcome, with competition in singles, doubles and mixed doubles, as well as men’s 55-plus singles and doubles. For information, contact Don Atkinson at 772-7350 or [email protected]

 

The White Shadow Outreach foundation will hold a summer basketball camp for children and adults with development disabilities from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Aug. 2 to 6 at Bath Middle School. The camp will focus on basketball fundamentals, communication skills, goal-setting and teamwork. It aims to build self esteem and help teach independence. Participants can pay $100 to sign up for the week or pay $20 per day. Participants who attend at least two days will receive a T-shirt, a basketball, a DVD and an 8-by-10 photo. For more information, visit www.whiteshadow55.com.

 

A junior high boys’ three-on-three basketball tournament will take place at Portsmouth High from 2-6 p.m. Saturday, July 24. The tournament is open to boys entering grades 6-8. For more information, contact Mike Eliasberg at (603) 828-7320 or Bryan Rogers at [email protected]

 

A Junior Red Claws Basketball Camp and Academy for girls and boys ages 8 to 15 will be held July 26-30 at the Portland Expo. For more information, call 210-6655 or visit www.maineredclaws.com.

 

The Leavitt’s Mill Free Health Center Golf Classic will be held Thursday, Aug. 19, at Dutch Elm Golf Club. Check-in will be from 11:15-11:45 a.m. and the tournament will start at noon. The cost is $100 per person or $400 per team. The registration deadline is July 30. For more information, call 929-6455 or visit www.leavittsmill.org.

 

The Sons of Norway Golf Tournament will be held Sunday, Aug. 1, at Natanis Golf Course in Vassalboro. Cost is $40 per person. For more information, contact Bob Boylestad at 207-828-5710 or [email protected]

 

The Field of Dreams Home Run Derby will be held Aug. 1 at Marshwood High in Eliot to support a team of local families walking in the two-day Avon Walk for Breast Cancer in New York City in October. Batters of any ability, ages 9 and older, are invited. Registration is a suggested donation of $10 per batter. For a donation of $25 or more, participants will get a derby T-shirt. To volunteer for the day or provide a prize or sponsorship, contact Cathie McCoomb at [email protected] Register online by visiting www.fieldofdreams.eventbrite.com.

 

The Maine Community College System will hold its Governor’s Challenge Cup Golf Tournament on Monday, Aug. 2, at Augusta Country Club. The four-player scramble begins at noon. Registration of $110 per player includes greens fee, cart, complimentary gift and buffet dinner. To reserve a team, send the name, address and phone number of the team captain to Marcia Schools at 629-4016 or Maine Community College System, 323 State Street, Augusta, ME 04330.

 

The Maine Girls’ Hockey Academy is accepting applications for its girls-only high school hockey clinic Aug. 2-6 at the Portland Ice Arena. The clinic will provide 15 hours of on-ice instruction with David Venditti, the women’s hockey coach at Colby College. There will also be a conditioning component with Tim Drown, owner of To Be A Champion. To register, visit www.maineghacademy.org.