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Posted 5/17/09

Girls lacrosse state playoffs Arapahoe Arapahoe announces roundball camps Arapahoe High School basketball recently announced its girls and boys …

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Arapahoe announces roundball camps

Arapahoe High School basketball recently announced its girls and boys basketball camps. The Warriors boys camp for ages 3-8 years old is June 8-11. Participants ages 3-5 will camp in the morning with a cost of $85, and ages 6-8 camp in the afternoon for a cost of $105. For more information on registration requests, contact coach Daniel Snyder at by June 1.

The Warriors girls basketball camp is June 15-18 for student athletes ages 3-8 years old. Participants ages 3-5 will camp in the morning, and 6-8 ages will camp in the afternoons. Cost of either camp is $85. For more information and registration requests for the girls hoops camp, contact coach Ron Burgin at

Broncos’ Simms joins Mile High Football Camp

The 34th annual Mile High Football Camp is set for June 21-24 at Colorado Christian University in Lakewood with an all-star lineup of National Football League players and coaches among its staff. Among the players scheduled to appear is Denver Broncos quarterback Chris Simms, who joins San Diego Chargers linebackers coach John Pagano and Baltimore Ravens secondary coach Chuck Pagano, who headline a knowledgeable and experienced staff for campers ages 8-14 years old at Colorado’s longest-running youth football camp.

The camp will also feature instruction from Broncos linebackers coach Don Martindale and a number of other NFL players and coaches, as well as high school coaches from around the state.

The camp stresses all phases of the game of football. Players and coaches will work on improving individual techniques for each offensive and defensive position. Each camper will receive special attention to help improve his overall skill level through participation in group scrimmages, agilities, twice-daily practices and structured activities.

A highlight of this year’s camp is the quarterback and receiver clinic June 21. This clinic is designed for boys between the ages of 8-18. For more information, including applications for the Mile High Football Camp, visit the camp Web site at or contact Jennifer Kemp at 303-665-6565.

Golf club to host annual Women and Golf Day

The Colorado Section PGA and Green Valley Ranch Golf Club in Denver, located just south of Denver International Airport, will play host to the annual Women and Golf Day May 28. For the first year, this event is held in conjunction with the Colorado Women’s Open.

Targeted for both long-time players and beginners, the annual Women and Golf Day features PGA professionals providing instruction on all phases of the game to include putting, chipping, full swing and on-course instruction. In addition to the instruction, attendees will have the opportunity to see and feel some of the latest in golf equipment and accessories.

The Women and Golf Day event will have two sessions, morning and afternoon. The morning session begins with registration at 8 a.m., and ends with lunch at 11:45 a.m. Afternoon registration begins 11 a.m. with lunch, and instruction clinics conclude at 3:15 p.m.

The cost for the Women and Golf Day event is $25 per person, and includes a golf goody bag with tee gift, lunch, golf instruction from PGA professionals, and an opportunity to watch players in the Colorado Women’s Open. For registration and other information, individuals may contact the Colorado PGA office at 303-681-0742 or visit their Web site at The Women & Golf Day is one of 6 events the Colorado Section PGA hosts during its 2009 Play Golf America Campaign, designed to increase participation among new and occasional golfers.


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