Roundup: Komline competes in VT Open

FAIRLEE - Going into the final round of the Jeff Julian Memorial Vermont Open at Lake Morey Country Club set to take place on Wednesday, Dorset's Casey Komline, playing as an amateur, sat at 144 after back-to-back 72s.

Arlington soccer camp

ARLINGTON - The 36th annual John Werner soccer camp will take place from July 22-26 for players from first to seventh grade.

The camp goes from 9 a.m. to noon every day at the Fisher Elementary School fields.

Camp stuff includes Werner, the winningest boys soccer coach in Vermont history. Current Arlington coaches Mike Keough and Todd Wilkins, along with Arlington players will also attend.

The cost is $90 per child and $60 for each additional child. Each player is to bring a ball, shin guards and a water bottle every day.

Soccer balls can be ordered for $15 with a registration.

There is also a senior camp for players in seventh to 12th grade from July 8-11. The camp runs from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Fisher Elementary School.

For more information, call Werner at 802-375-6310 or visit to download the registration form.

Storm seeking players

BENNINGTON - The Southern Vermont Storm football team is seeking players and volunteers for coaching.

They are also looking for people who may be interested in helping out at home games at Applejack Field in Manchester.

For more information, call 802-681-9058.

Olympic Day soon

BENNINGTON - Olympic Day will take place on June 23 and local Olympic Nordic skier Andy Newell will be in the area as part of the effort to promote fitness and well-being.

The event will take place at Willow Park from 9 to 11:30 a.m.

Kids 15 and under and participants can create their own Olympic medals and get a photo with Newell, who has competed in the 2006 and 2010 Olympics.

MAU Golf Scramble

BENNINGTON - The MAU golf team's scramble will be held at Mount Anthony Country Club on June 30, with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Teams of four or individuals are welcome. The fee is $75 per person and includes green fees, cart, BBQ and many prizes. Call the Mount Anthony Country Club (447-7079) to reserve a spot.

Benn Basketball School

BENNINGTON - The 42nd year of the Bennington Basketball School for boys ages seven to 15 will run from July 8 to 12 at Mount Anthony Union High School. For more information, email

Lady Patriot b-ball camp

BENNINGTON - The Lady Patriot basketball camp is running from June 24-28 at Mount Anthony Union High School for players ages 8 to 16.

The camp will be based on teaching individual and team skills and concepts through drills and games.

The cost for the camp is $110 for one child or $90 for more than one.

More information can be found at or by calling Courtney Reif at 802-345-4151 or e-mailing

MALA camp returns

BENNINGTON - The Southern Vermont Youth Lacrosse Camp returns to Willow Park in Bennington from July 15-18 for boys ages 5-16.

Players from ages 5-8 (cost $75) attend a half day session from 9 to 11 a.m.

Players from ages 9-16 (cost $150) attend a full day session from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Equipment is available.

Email Chris Shea at, call 802-779-4837 or go to for more information.

World class soccer school starts in July

SHAFTSBURY - The World Class Soccer School returns to Shaftsbury for another summer, running July 8-12 at Howard Park.

The week-long camp, run by former MAU soccer star and current University of South Carolina head coach Shelley (Addison) Smith, teaches players ages 5-12 about the fundamentals of the game, working closely with their coach and camp directors.

At the end of the week, there is a World Cup parade and tournament play throughout the day.

Smith, the 2011 Southeastern Conference coach of the year, has led her team to five straight NCAA appearances and two SEC titles.

The cost for the camp is $105, which also includes a T-shirt and soccer ball. For more info, visit or call 803-777-1353.


If you'd like to leave a comment (or a tip or a question) about this story with the editors, please email us. We also welcome letters to the editor for publication; you can do that by filling out our letters form and submitting it to the newsroom.

Powered by Creative Circle Media Solutions