North Baltimore Sports Notices

Sports Notices

October 13, 2011

Send sports notices a minimum of two weeks before the requested publication date to Patuxent Publishing/MS Sports Notices, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21278; e-mail tworgo@patuxent.com. Include date, time, location, contact information and subsection.

Competitive

Baltimore Tennis Patrons forming fall and winter indoor instructional and team tennis programs for Baltimore City and Baltimore County boys and girls in grades four to 12. Program runs October to March.410-296-2100 or http://www.tennispatrons.org.

MABA 15U baseball needs players for the 2012 MABA season. Teams holds three tryouts in October at Dulaney High. 410-868-7239 or dhoffman@cpsgumpert.com.

Baltimore Hawks lacrosse holds tryouts for summer club team, Oct. 30 in Mustang Stadium, Owings Mills campus, Stevenson University. Tryouts for high school players graduating in 2013, 2014, and 2015. 443-352-4298 or gtpuls@stevenson.edu.

Cockeysville Clippers 14U travel baseball team seeks players for 2012 season for MABA league and tournament play. michaelreid241@comcast.net

Central Maryland Soccer Association hosts Thanksgiving Soccer Classic, Nov. 25- 27, in southeast Baltimore County. The event features boys and girls divisions ages 8-18. 410-363-8610 or scorenews@aol.com

Mountain Club

The Mountain Club of Maryland conducts hikes, overnight and camping trips and maintains trails.

Sat., Oct. 15, Cunningham Falls/Catoctin Moutain: This is a strenuous 13.5 mile circuit hike in Frederick County. Moderate Pace 410-747-2868.

Sat.-Mon., Oct. 15- Oct 17, Dolly Sods backpack: Enjoy the fall colors of this lovely area on a non-holiday weekend. 410-751-2947.

Sun., Oct 16, Patapsco Valley State Park, Glen Artney Area: This is a 6-mile circuit hike in Baltimore County with a dozen stream crossings, a few rocky sections of trail and a total ascent of more than 600 feet. Moderate pace. 410-747-2868.

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