The sign-up date for youth softball (ages 7 to 12) is May 23. The cost is $45. The registration deadline for T-Ball (5- and 6-year-olds) is May 30 at a cost of $45.
Colorado Association of Recreational Athletics tennis program participants need to sign up by May 26. The fee is $65 for the summer. Youth tennis lessons continue through the summer in two-week intervals. The cost is $40 per session. And the deadline for the CARA track program (4- to 14-year-olds) is May 26. The fee is $40.
Attention incoming third- through eighth-graders planning to attend Brighton High School.
Girls basketball coach Dan Doehler and boys basketball coach Eli Haskell are running a youth basketball camp from May 28 to May 30 at the school.
The focus will be on skill sets, defense, shooting, free throws, rebounding and ball handling. There also will be contests stressing team defense, dribble relays and a free-throw contest.
The cost is $60. Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Commerce City’s Colorado Rockies Skills Challenge will be at 9 a.m. June 15 at Ingram Field in Pioneer Park, 5902 Holly St.
It’s a baseball competition that allows boys and girls 6 to 13 years of age to showcase talents in base running, batting and throwing. Scores are based on speed, distance and accuracy.
Top scorers advance to a sectional competition. Top sectional scores advance to the state championship later this summer at Coors Field in Denver.
Brighton Youth Sports will be hosting its Challenger soccer programs the week of July 8. All camps are at Donelson Park, 4500 Midland St.
Those who sign up before May 27 get a free soccer jersey. Call 303-655-2200 or visit www.challengersports.com.
Saturday is the day for the first-ever Carbon Valley Half Marathon.
It starts at 8 a.m. at Central Park in Firestone. The event is a benefit for autism research through Children’s Hospital in Aurora.
Runners have been asked to raise money for the cause. The suggested amount is $25.
Registration is available. The event also includes live entertainment and 40 vendors on site from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visit www.cvhalfmarathon.org.
Brighton’s Jonathan Evangelista was a second-team, all-academic selection in men’s tennis as announced by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.
Evangelista is a junior at Metropolitan State University in Denver. He carries a 3.33 grade point average in civil engineering technology.
To qualify, student-athletes must have a 3.3 GPA or better, be a starter or reserve on their team and have finished two semesters or three quarters of school at their current institution.