Sports notices for the Towson area

November 16, 2011

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

Competitive

Kelly Post girls lacrosse registration opens for returning players Dec. 1 on first-come, first-serve basis. Open registration for new players begins Dec. 15. Registration closes when teams are full or on Jan. 31. http://www.leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=kpgirlslax.

Baltimore Tennis Patrons forming Baltimore Tennis Patrons forming winter indoor instructional and team tennis programs for boys and girls in grades 4-12. Program runs to March. 410-296-2100 or http://www.tennispatrons.org.

Cockeysville Rec offers aerobics. Classes held at Padonia International and Pot Spring Elementary schools. 410-887-7734 or http://www.cockeysvillerec.org.

Team registrations are being accepted for the Northwest Area Tip-Off Youth Basketball Tournament, Dec. 2-4, in 7-8 to 13-14 age groups. 410-363-8610.

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

Mountain Club

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

Sat., Nov. 19. Loch Raven Reservoir: An out-and-back hike along several scenic trails. Some rocky hills. 410-299-8833.

Sun., Nov. 20, Gunpowder Falls north and south trails: This circuit hike starts at the Bunker Hill parking lot and follows Gunpowder Falls between Masemore Road and Big Falls Road. Several minor stream crossings. 805-300-4698.

Sun, Nov. 20, family hike, Patapsco Valley State Park: Kids four years old and up are welcome to join their parents and others on this easy 3-mile hike. Some small hills and stream crossings. 301-807-4783

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