As Sports’ announcements list grows as we get deeper in the summer, we’ll include it online every week. Here’s the latest:
Boys’ basketball summer camp
St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy will be hosting a basketball camp from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. from July 10-14 for boys entering grades 5-8. Cost is $120. Registration is now open — but is limited. For more information, email Coach Richard Ciambotti at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.stjoeacad.org and click on the athletics tab, where you can find the camps and clinics page.
John Franco QB camp
Longtime football coach John Franco will hold his 33rd annual three-day quarterback camp from July 11-13, with each day consisting of two sessions — from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. — at Bishop Guilfoyle in Altoona. Cost is $50. Camp is open to any players entering grades 5-12. Bring your own football. For more information, contact Frann=co at 814-944-0869.
State College will be hosting two more camps this summer from July 5-7 and Aug. 7-11. Campers can sign up day-to-day or for full camp. Day-to-day fee is $80; the July camp is $190 and the August camp is $295. Fee includes Nike T-shirt, Gatorade and prizes. Camps are run by USPTA professionals, Jane Borden, Jackie Gibbins and former Little Lions tennis players, some of whom are currently playing collegiate tennis. Camps are open for all abilities ages 5-17. For more information send an email to email@example.com or call 814-237-1509.
Hunting licenses for the 2017-18 season are now on sale at the Treasurer’s Office in the Willowbank Office Building in Bellefonte and other outlets in Centre County. Also, applications for antlerless deer licenses will be accepted starting July 10 for Pennsylvania residents and July 17 for non-state residents. First-round bonus tags will be available Aug. 7. All applications must be submitted in the qualifying pink Game Commission envelope. Wild Life Management Unit 2G in Centre County has an allocation of 25,500 licenses and WMU 4D has an allocation of 34,000. Lifetime License holders are reminded to renew their license to receive an antlerless deer application.