The Falmouth High School seniors vs. faculty basketball game will be held Thursday. Fans will have the chance to meet a Red Claws player and team mascot Crusher starting at 7 p.m. and the game will begin at 8 p.m. The event is free; however, donations to Habitat for Humanity Greater Portland will be accepted.

MPS Portland Phoenix is offering a series of day soccer camps this summer from the midcoast to York County, with residential camps at Bridgton Academy and the University of New England. Camps provide age-appropriate curricula (kindergarten through high school) and coaching by highly qualified staff. To find a camp near you, visit www.mainepremiersoccer.com, or contact Iain Manson at [email protected] or 878-5780.

Maine Handicapped Skiing will hold its 26th annual ski-a-thon at Sunday River on March 26. Teams that raise $1,000 or more by the day of the event will receive free lift tickets and meals and can participation in numerous activities throughout the resort, such as an obstacle course, a scavenger hunt and the celebration and awards ceremony. The ceremony will also include a raffle of such items as a sea kayak, a week’s stay in SoHo in New York City and an Xbox 360 gaming system. Tickets are available for $5. You do not have to be present to win. All proceeds benefit Maine Handicapped Skiing, a year-round adaptive recreation program for all ages. For more information, call 824-2440 or visit www.skimhs.org.

The Westbrook High School athletic department will conduct an informational open house for spring sports at 4 p.m. Sunday in the high school auditorium. The event is mandatory for all athletes and varsity coaches and recommended for parents and subvarsity coaches. The athletic department staff, including Athletic/Activities Director Todd Sampson, will be available from 3 to 5 p.m. to answer any questions regarding various procedures and policies for the spring.

Registration is open for youth and adult summer programs with St. Peter’s Grand Slam Tennis. Offerings include peewee tennis for ages 4 to 7, junior camps for ages 8 to 18 and drill and play sessions for adults. Visit www.grandslamtennis.net for more information.

Freeport High School will present a spring sports preseason information night for parents and student athletes at 6:15 p.m. Thursday in the high school gymnasium. Students interested in trying out for a spring sport should attend the event. Parents are asked to accompany their son or daughter.