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Award to recognize sportsmanship Finalists for the award will be recognized at the Tide Youth Sports Night on May 31 at Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro. The winner will be announced at halftime of that night Tide game and will receive a trophy, an official CIFL ball autographed by the Tide and a photo taken with the Tide. To be eligible, athletes must have participated in a sport in 2007 or 2008. Nominations will only be accepted from youth sports organizations, and should include the athlete name and team name, as well as a paragraph describing the athlete display of sportsmanship. Children living in Camp Springs, Clinton, Forestville, Fort Washington, Morningside, Oxon Hill, Suitland, Temple Hills and Andrews Air Force Base are eligible. Feb. Feb. 23 at St. John Episcopal Church, 9801 Livingston Road in Fort Washington. Call 301 567 9799. The Marlboro Boys and Girls Club is holding registration for girls and boys ages 5 to 18 for its track and field, baseball, soccer and softball programs. Monday and Wednesday at James Madison Middle School in Upper Marlboro. The Clinton Boys and Girls Club is looking for baseball, softball and soccer coaches. Candidates must be ASEP Certified and undergo a background check. The club is also seeking athletes ages 5 to 16 for all spring sports. The Fort Washington Area Recreation Council Boys and Girls Club is holding cheerleading registration for children ages 5 to 16 (ages 5 to 7 for peewee cheerleading). Volunteer coaches are also needed for cheerleading, soccer and baseball. Call Katina McCluney (cheerleading) at 301 272 5405 or sports director Lou Avery at 301 742 2512. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10000 Glen Way in Fort Washington. Volunteer coaches are also needed. Call Cindy Robinson at 301 248 7307. Mondays through Thursdays March 31 through April 17 at Lanham Boys and Girls Sports Park, 7700 Good Luck Road in Lanham. Call 240 676 4844. The Southern MarylandStriders Track and Field Club will hold practices for the upcoming outdoor season beginning April 14 at Surrattsville High School in Clinton. The club, for ages 7 to 14, is a member of the AAU and USATF and competes locally, regionally and nationally. The Vision Elite Track Club is enrolling youth athletes ages 5 to 14 for the upcoming indoor track and field season. The fundamentals of running, jumping and throwing events will be taught. Coaches are also needed. Vision Elite is a member of the USATF and AAU governing bodies of track and field. The Maryland Ruff Riders are hosting the Hoops Explosion youth basketball tournament the weekend of Feb. 22 24. The tournament is open to all boys and girls basketball teams in the U 8 through U 14 age groups. Registration is per team. There will be a DJ, raffles, fish fry and free entertainment. Call Steve Jiggetts at 240 463 5577. The first March Madness Challenge Tournament for U 10 through U 12 boys will be held March 1 2 in Forestville. AAU age qualification rules apply. Each team is guaranteed three games. The registration deadline is Feb. 18. The Maryland InvitationalBasketball Tournament seeksU 9 through U 14 boys teams to participate Feb. 15 18 at the Capital Sports Complex, 6417 Marlboro Pike in District Heights. The Maryland Ruff Riders are holding tryouts for their cheerleading squad for girls ages 11 through 14. The squad cheers for all Ruff Rider basketball teams, travels, and competes in local cheerleading competitions and stresses academics and community service. Call Lisa Davis at 202 538 6469. March 8 in the school main gymnasium in Forestville. Admission is per person and free for ages four and under. The Maryland BaseballAcademy will offer a fielding clinic at the Discovery Sports Center in Boyds. DeMatha High School will hold its Winter Instructional Baseball Camp for players in fifth through eighth grades. Sessions will cover hitting, fielding and base running and pre season conditioning. on Sundays through Feb. 24. Air Flight Basketball is looking for experienced players ages 10 11 and 15 17 for the spring and summer travel seasons. The club stresses academics and community service. For the U 13 girls team, players must be 13 or in seventh grade and should call Mike Briscoe at 301 752 1463. For the U 8 boys team, players must be 8 or in second grade and should call Bob Cunningham at 240 604 6905. For the U 14 boys team players must be 14 or in eighth grade and should call Harry Howerton at 202 369 5834. Tuesdays and Thursdays at Isaac Gourdine Middle School, 8700 Allentown Road in Fort Washington. The team especially is in need of post players. Call 301 233 8797. The Blaktop Ballaz are looking for players for their U 16 boys AAU team, which plays and travels year round and is based in the Clinton Marlboro area. Players must have experience and be in ninth or 10th grade. The team is also seeking coaches. Call Corey Adams at 301 412 0236. The Maryland Stallions boys travel basketball team is seeking players for its U 10, U 11, U 13, U 14 and U 16 programs. Future Players Basketball Organization is seeking boys ages 8 to 10 for the 2008 AAU season and tournament play. Practices will be held in the Forestville and Suitland areas. The Maryland United Lady Ballers will hold tryouts for girls born between 1993 and 1997. Call 301 254 1214. The Maryland Beltway Lady Cougars AAU organization will hold evaluations for players ages 8 to 13 on Saturday and Sunday at DuVal High School. Call Cornell Barnes at 301 350 8637, Omar Hazel at 202 701 4987 or Keith Devoe at 301 675 2496.