Youth and recreation leagues are forming, camps and classes are taking place, tryouts are being scheduled and more is going on across the region.

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Baseball

American Stars Baseball Select 10U-12U — has a few openings for the 2013 season. Team training twice a week. Does not interfere with little league. $500 player fee. Details: Scott Watson at 425-422-1769 or visit www.wbisports.net

Bothell Pony Baseball — has roster sports still available for 13-14U and 15-16U age groups. No boundaries. Contact for more information. Details: Ed Mahrt at 206-604-8313 or e-mail emahrt@bothellponybaseball.org

Eastside Baseball Club — has roster spots available for ages 16-18 for the 2013 season. Contact for individual tryout information. Details: 206-767-4561 or e-mail EBCbaseball@aol.com

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Elite Pitcher’s Velocity Training Camp — is being instructed by a local college coach through Washington Baseball Instruction in Lynnwood. Limited enrollment. Contact for details. Details: Scott Watson at 425-422-1769 or visit www.wbisports.net

Hitting, Pitching and Throwing Lessons — are being offered by local area college coaches through Washington Baseball Instruction in Lynnwood. Contact for more information. Details: Scott Watson at 425-422-1769 or visit www.wbisports.net

North Seattle Baseball — is looking for Bronco (ages 11-12) and Pony (ages 13-14) age group players for the 2013 season. Contact for more information. Details: e-mail contactnsba@gmail.com www.nsbabaseball.org

Northwest Baseball and Softball Academy — is now enrolling for winter and spring baseball camps for ages 8-13. Pitching camps run Sundays and hitting camps on Saturdays. See website for details. Details: Mark at 425-471-1194 or visit www.nwbaseballacademy.org

NW Baseball & Softball Academy Seattle Bombers — select summer teams are looking for players for U11-U18 teams. Contact for tryouts and more information. Details: Mark Potoshnik at 425-471-1195 or visit www.nwbaseballacademy.org

School Break Camps — for midwinter and spring break are now enrolling with Washington Baseball Instruction in Lynnwood. See website for more information. Details: 425-238-2002 or visit www.wbisports.net

Seattle Titans Baseball Club 16U Tryouts — are taking place for the 2013 season. Call for an individual tryout. Details: Dewayne Dalton at 425-418-0536 or Ryan Dalton at 425-210-3534.

Seattle Wave Baseball 13U-18U Tryouts — has a few openings for the 2013 season. No parent coaches. Contact for private tryout. $1,975 player fee. Details: Scott Watson at 425-422-1769 or visit www.seattlewavebaseball.com

Steelhead Baseball Club — has roster spots open for its 15U team for 2013. Contact for individual tryout. Steelhead Baseball is affiliated with Sammamish Baseball Academy in Redmond. Details: Jon at 425-941-0771 or visit www.steelheadbaseball.com

Basketball

Adult Drop-In Basketball — takes place at Miller Community Center on Capitol Hill. $3. See website for schedule. Contact for more information. Details: Jeremy Doane at 206-684-4753 or visit www.seattle.gov/parks/calendar/

Advantage Basketball Camps — for ball handling and shooting are taking place at Eastside Christian School in Bellevue. See website for dates, times, prices and to register. Details: 425-670-8877 www.advantagebasketball.com

Advantage Basketball Monthly Training — is offered weekdays from 4-7 p.m. in Kenmore. Private training is taking place in Edmonds and Kenmore with weekend times available. Details: 425-670-8877 or visit www.advantagebasketball.com

Advantage Basketball Unlimited Training — is available five nights per week for $140/month in Kenmore. See website for more information. Details: 425-670-8877 www.advantagebasketball.com

Basketball Open Gym — is every Saturday year-round from 9-11:30 a.m. at Terrace Park School in Mountlake Terrace. $3.50 to $4. Details: 425-776-9173 or e-mail jbetz@ci.mlt.wa.us

Hoopaholics Little Dribblers — for ages 3-5 are Tuesday and Thursday mornings in February at Magnuson Athletic Club in Seattle. Details: e-mail mike23johnson@hotmail.com or visit www.hoopaholics.com

Hoopaholics Spring Tryouts — for grades 3-12 are Feb. 24 and March 2 for girls and Feb. 23 and March 3 for boys at Lakeside School in Seattle. See website for times. Details: e-mail mike23johnson@hotmail.com or visit www.hoopaholics.com

Presidents Day Classic — hosted by Port Angeles Parks and Recreation is Feb. 16-17 for boys and girls teams grades 5-9. $250 entry fee, four-game guarantee. Details: Dan at 360-417-4557 or e-mail destes@cityofpa.us

Winter Warmup Basketball Tournament — for boys and girls teams in grades 4-8 is Feb. 23-24 in the Auburn area through SYB co-sponsored with NWA. $200 with four-game guarantee. Sign up by Feb. 15. Details: Tayon Ary Turner at 425-999-0541 or visit www.seattleyouthbasketball.com

Cycling

Chilly Hilly — is a 33-mile route around Bainbridge Island on Feb. 24 for all ages. Course is open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. See website for more information and to register. Details: 206-522-3222 or visit shop.cascade.org

Football

ASD Defensive Football Training — is being offered for grades 7-12 with an emphasis on position-specific skills and development and fundamental training. Details: 206-861-2594 or e-mail asdathletics@gmail.com

NFA Offseason Development Camp — is April 19-21 in Seattle for youth and high school boys. Discounts available. See website for more information. Details: 866-735-3267 or visit nationalfootballacademies.com/osd/245

Golf

Puget Sound Golf Association — invites you to play at a variety of courses in the region at guest rates, including Oakbrook (March 21), Redmond Ridge (April 15) and Sahalee (Oct. 14). Details: 206-226-5332 or 206-634-3251, or e-mail agagolfer@yahoo.com

Martial arts

Umibushi Self-Defense Academy — in Des Moines now offers instruction in both Shudokai Karate Jutsu and Umibushi Combat Jiujitsu. Ideal for ages 7 to adult regardless of experience. Details: 206-422-8143 or visit www.umibushi.com

Miscellaneous

Academic Sports Development Recruiting — is offering free advice and information to individuals, groups, associations or high schools looking to learn about the recruiting process. Details: 206-861-2594 or e-mail asdathletics@gmail.com

Adult Drop-In Pickeball — takes place at Miller Community Center on Capitol Hill. $3 adults, $2 seniors. See website for schedule. Contact for more information. Details: Jeremy Doane at 206-684-4753 www.seattle.gov/parks/calendar/

ShoWalk Free Indoor Walking — hosted by ShoWare Center in Kent takes place Mondays and Wednesdays (unless otherwise noted) from 9-11 a.m. See website for schedule. Details: 253-856-4YOU or visit kentwa.gov/content.aspx?id=17193

Step Up to the Plate for Todd McDougall — is asking every head baseball coach in the state to raise $100 to help support McDougall, who has been diagnosed with an in operable brain tumor, and his family. Details: Brian Jackson at 253-683-6263 or visit bjackson@bethelsd.org

World Ski and Snowboard Festival — is April 12-21 at Whistler, British Columbia. Art, culture, athletic competitions and more. See website for event schedule. Details: 604-938-7359 or visit www.wssf.com

Running

MS Run the U.S. Relay — starts April 15 in Los Angeles and ends the week of Sept. 16 in New York City to raise $500,000 to help cure multiple sclerosis. See website for more information. Details: 262-894-3645 or visit www.msruntheus.com

Soccer

Barcelona Soccer Camps — will be coming to Robinswood Park in Bellevue with morning (8 a.m.), afternoon (12:30 p.m.) or elite (5 p.m.) camps. Online registration coming soon. Details: 818-306-8225 or visit www.barcelonacamps.com

Softball

Wave Softball 12U-18U Tryouts — are taking place for 2013. Coached by high school and college coaches. Training facility. $1500 player fee. Details: Coach Watson at 425-422-1769 or visit www.wavesoftball.org

Swimming

Evans Pool at Green Lake — in Seattle offers different lesson programs from ages 6 months to adult, private lessons, exercise classes, family swim, public swim, lap swim times and more. Details: 206-684-4961 or visit www.seattle.gov/parks/aquatics/Evanspool.htm

Tennis

Amy Yee Tennis Center — in Seattle has 10 indoor and four outdoor courts to offer classes for all ages, camps, same-day court reservations and more. See website for details. Details: 206-684-4764 or visit www.seattle.gov/parks/athletics/tennisct.htm

TGA of North Seattle — makes golf and tennis accessible to youth by bringing a unique teaching curriculum to Pk-8th grade students at their schools. Also offering camps. Details: Brad Kirkpatrick at 206-355-3494 or visit www.playtga.com

Volleyball

Adult Drop-In Volleyball — takes place at Miller Community Center on Capitol Hill. $3. See website for schedule. Contact for more information. Details: Lori Van Norman at 206-684-4753 or visit www.seattle.gov/parks/calendar/

Drop-In Volleyball for Adults — is Mondays (half court, 6-9 p.m.) and Wednesdays (6-8:45 p.m.) at the Chinatown Community Center in Seattle. $3 adults, $2 for ages 65 and up. Details: 206-684-7092 or visit www.seattle.gov/parks/athletics/volleyball.htm

Marysville Youth Volleyball — for ages 7-15 is June 19 to Aug. 17 at Strawberry Fields Athletic Complex on Wednesdays (6-7 p.m.) and Saturdays (9-10 a.m.) through the USYVL. Details: 888-988-7985 or visit www.USYVL.org

Sound Premier Volleyball Team Open Tryouts — are Feb. 3 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Nevillisms in Bellevue. This is a grass-roots effort to establish a pro volleyball league in the United States. Register online. Details: 425-673-4103 or visit soundvolleyball.com

Mail items to: Recreation Datebook, c/o Seattle Times Sports, P.O. Box 70, Seattle, WA 98111 (include phone number for confirmation). Fax: 206-464-3255. E-mail: sports@seattletimes.com.