Women's basketball
YOUNGSTOWN -- Spots for the women's basketball individual camps are still available.
There will be three individual camps, starting with Fundamental Camp June 13-16, from 12:30 to 4 p.m. daily.
A Junior Day Camp will be conducted June 17 from noon to 5 p.m. for children in grades K-4, and a shooting camp June 20-23 from 12:30-4 p.m. daily. For more information call Stacy Krueger at (330) 941-3116.
Boardman football
BOARDMAN -- Boardman High School and the Boardman Gridiron Club will dedicate a practice field and Lariccia Family Football Pavilion June 8 at 4 p.m. on the East side of the Boardman High campus.
The full-size practice field was reconstructed with financial support from the Tony Lariccia family and the Boardman Gridiron Club.
Butler Rodeo
BUTLER, Pa. -- The 27th Butler Rodeo will be held June 16-18 at Butler Farm Show Grounds.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children ages 4-12.
For more information visit www.butlerrodeo.com.
Special Olympics
AUSTINTOWN -- The 36th Mahoning County Special Olympics Invitational Track and Field Meet will be held June 11 at Fitch High Stadium.
Competition will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Warren JFK tennis
WARREN -- Kennedy High's Candace Covelli and Hilary Rossi were awarded by the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association. Covelli, a senior, was given the gold racquet award, and Rossi, a junior, the silver racquet award.
The awards recognize athletic and academic excellence.
Scrappers hosts
NILES -- The Mahoning Valley Scrappers are seeking host families for the 2005 season.
Call Greg Gania at (330) 505-0000 for more information.
Pirates sign pick
PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Pirates came to terms with 2004 19th round pick Brad Clapp.
Baseball America lists Clapp as the third-best draft-and-follow prospect in the country. Clapp, a 6-foot-4, right-handed pitcher, went 3-2 with a 2.14 ERA in eight starts this year with Bellevue (Wash.) Community College.
Colts plan to punish Doss after arrest
INDIANAPOLIS -- Mike Doss' weekend arrest on a felony weapons charge could result in a harsh penalty from the Indianapolis Colts.
Doss, 24, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, discharging a firearm within Akron city limits, inducing panic and obstructing official business. The weapon charge is a felony, while the other charges are all misdemeanors.
Colts coach Tony Dungy said Tuesday he would impose a swift and severe punishment although he declined to discuss possible sanctions.
Reds set to releaseformer closer Graves
CINCINNATI -- The Reds took the next step in severing ties with Danny Graves on Tuesday, asking for unconditional release waivers on their former closer.
The move came eight days after Graves was designated for assignment, ending his eight-year career in Cincinnati. The Reds then had 10 days to trade, waive or release him.
If Graves isn't claimed by another team, he will become a free agent.
MetroStars beat Fire
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Amado Guevara stole the ball in second-half injury time and curled a 20-yard shot into the upper-right corner of the net, giving the MetroStars a 2-1 victory over the Chicago Fire on Tuesday night in Major League Soccer.
Judge allows publicto see Earnhardt deal
LEXINGTON, N.C. -- The public will be allowed to review an edited version of Dale Earnhardt's contract introduced as evidence in a lawsuit against an insurance company that denied a $3.7 million claim in his death, a judge ruled Tuesday.
But Superior Court Judge Kimberly Taylor, who has so far denied public access to evidence introduced to the jury in open court, ruled that attorneys for both Richard Childress Racing and insurer United of Omaha can argue that other exhibits admitted into evidence remain sealed.
Orioles teammatesamong leaders
NEW YORK -- Baltimore teammates Brian Roberts and Miguel Tejada are the leading vote-getters at their positions in voting for the AL All-Star team.
The Boston Red Sox had three players leading at their positions and the New York Yankees had two in the first totals released Tuesday.
Vindicator staff/wire reports

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