Extra Points — July 1, 2016


SU national champs to lead boys’ lax camp at OCRP

Fresh off their national championship victory against Tufts, the Salisbury University men’s lacrosse team will make their way to Ocean City, Md., for Ocean City Recreation & Parks’ Lax’n at the Beach boys’ lacrosse summer camp.

Head coach Jim Berkman and team members will run camp drills at Northside Park on 125th Street and the Bay from Tuesday, July 5, though Friday, July 8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.

“Our staff and players are extremely excited to share the Sea Gull championship culture with all those attending our Ocean City camp,” said Berkman, who was recently named College Coach of the Year by the Maryland State Lacrosse Coaches Association. “Your attendance will help you become the player you want to be with the help of proven championship coaches.”

Players will be split into age and skill levels, from beginner to advanced, receiving detailed instruction during drills and game play.

To register, or to find out more, visit www.OCsportscamps.com or call the Ocean City Recreation & Parks Department at (410) 250-0125.

The OCRP girls’ lacrosse camp is scheduled for Monday, July 18, through Thursday, July 21.

Nally to hold volleyball camp at Sussex Academy

Just in time for high school volleyball season, USA Men’s National Team outside hitter/libero A.J. Nally will offer his “World Class instruction by A.J.” to local players at Sussex Academy in Georgetown.

Incoming high school players from all area high schools are eligible for the four-day camp, spanning from Monday, Aug. 8, through Thursday, Aug. 11.

During the camp, Nally will focus on developing positive playing habits while teaching each skill and its purpose as players compete through drills and live game play.

Sessions go from 9 to 11 a.m. each morning, and the camp costs $170 per player. To sign up, or for more information, head to http://jaclynhesson.wix.com/ajnallyhscamp#!registration/cf5y or http://jaclynhesson.wix.com/ajnallyhscamp and hit the “registration” tab.

Kevin and Deidre Igo claim title at Bear Trap mixed doubles tournament

The Bear Trap mixed doubles round-robin tennis tournament wrapped up at the Villages of Bear Trap Dunes in Ocean View on Saturday, June 18.

Rob and Susan Dobrusin took on Kevin and Deirdra Igo in the finals, with the Igos winning, 6-1.

Prizes from local businesses, including tournament sponsors The Penguin, Grotto’s, DiFebo’s and Bethany Blues were handed out to the winners and all players.

The next tournament at Bear Trap is the women’s doubles tournament, set for Sunday, July 23, and Monday, July 24.

Contact Director of Tennis Marty Godwin at martybgodwin@aol.com to reserve a spot. All tournaments, round-robins and lessons are also available to those who are not residents of Bear Trap.

Local ‘Skim Jams’ open to skimmers of all levels

There are plenty of chances for those looking to take up skimboarding to test the waters this summer, with three local “Skim Jams” happening each week:

• Bethany Surf Shop Skim Jam — every Monday night from 6 to 7 p.m. on the beach in front of Garfield Parkway in Bethany Beach; boards available to try from Zap, Catch Surf and Toobs’ Herlihy pro-model. Pros Bill Baxter and Colin Herlihy are there every week to give some pointers and join in on the action.

• Atlantic Shoals/RELYance Skim Jam — every Friday night from 6 to 7 p.m. on the beach in front of Garfield Parkway in Bethany Beach and every Tuesday night from 6 to 7 p.m. on the state line beach in Fenwick Island; boards from Exile and Congo available for those new to skimming, as well as basic instruction from pros Dave and Tom Bracht of RELYance Skim Camp.