Admirals play exhibition baseball game at ACHS on May 28

The Vallejo Admirals pro baseball team will play an exhibition game against the Pittsburg Diamonds at 1 p.m. Sunday, May 28, at American Canyon High School. Those who attend will receive a free ticket to a regular-season Admirals game.

The Admirals will play another exhibition game at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 30, against the Rockville Rockhounds, a summer collegiate team with players from all over the country. Admission is $5.

Their final exhibition game will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 31, on the road against the San Rafael Pacifics at Albert Park. Their regular-season opener is on June 2 at Wilson Park in Vallejo.

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American Canyon High has coaching openings

American Canyon High School has openings for head coaches of swimming, boys tennis and wrestling.

The swimming and boys tennis seasons start in late January and end in May. Wrestling season starts in late October and ends in March. Off-season duties also apply.

The positions are posted on Contact Athletic Director Melissa Shimer at for more information.

Adult tennis camps at Silverado in June, July and October

Fans of backhands, volleys and vines, Silverado Resort and Spa will host two-and-a-half-day adult tennis camps June 21-23, July 21-23 and Oct. 20-22. Participants will receive tennis instruction combined with wine education and tastings.

The camps include a round robin and three-course dinner paired with Napa wines the first evening, half-day tennis instruction on both subsequent days, and two-for-one winery tasting passes and two nights of accommodations at the resort’s recently renovated rooms.

The camp also includes a free copy of Peter Burwash’s book “Tennis for Life” and complimentary court time. Instruction by Silverado professionals Katie Dellich and Quinn Saine, both seasoned veterans of the Peter Burwash International tennis management company.

For more information, visit or call 505-257-0200.

Casual Tennis Napa at two locations

Connect with other tennis players – casual, non-competitive, rally, volley, scoreless, just for the fun of it.

Casual Tennis Napa meets Tuesday and Saturday mornings, weather permitting, at two different locations. For current meeting time and location, check postings on Casual Tennis Napa’s Facebook page or send a message directly to

Skyline Swimmers train Sundays at NVC

The Napa Valley Swim Team announced a new program for adult swimmers and triathletes, the NVST Skyline Swimmers.

The group began convening May 21 and meets from 7:30 to 9 a.m. each Sunday at the Napa Valley College pool.

It is for adult swimmers of all ability levels, whether they want to improve overall fitness, swim just for fun, develop better technique, or train for triathlons or swimming competitions.

The Skyline Swimmers are coached by experienced swim coach and professional triathlete Emily Cocks.

Each workout will cost a drop-in fee of $15 (discounts available for multiple sessions) with no monthly fees, ongoing charges, or other commitment.

All attending swimmers must be registered with US Masters swimming or (beginning June 4) USA Triathlon. Members of masters’ teams and other training groups are very welcome to drop in.

For more information, contact Cocks at For information on any of the NVST youth programs, call 257-7946, email or visit

Napa High offers basketball camp

The second annual “Grow Our Game” Napa High Basketball Camp, open to all fifth through eighth grade students (for the 2017-18 calendar year), boys and girls, is July 10-13, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Students will learn basketball from the Napa High boys and girls basketball coaches and players.

The camp fee is $125. Scholarships are available.

There is a sibling discount available per additional camper.

If you have questions, or would like to request a sign-up form via email, contact Zack Cook at or Darci Ward at

Grass volleyball doubles tournament at PUC June 4

Pacific Union College will host a grass volleyball doubles coed tournament Sunday, June 4, on its soccer field in Angwin. The community and students are welcome. There are “AA,” “A,” and “B” divisions, with side-out rules.

The entry fee is $25, or $15 for students, and lunch is included. Check-in is from 8 to 8:45 a.m. There are prizes for all of the finalists in each division. All proceeds go to PUC volleyball.

Contact PUC head volleyball coach Paul Castillo at to sign up.

Calistoga Summer Golf League starts June 5

Calistoga Summer Golf League starts Monday, June 5, at Mount St. Helena Golf Course.

The league offers nine holes of two-person best ball competition at 5:30 p.m. every Monday through Aug. 14. There are prizes for first, second and third place.

Happy hour brews are available at the course, alternating appetizers at Johnny’s, and beer of the week specials. The cost is $20 to register and $15 for greens fees.

Email for more information.

Golf event benefiting CIA scholarships June 11-12

The inaugural Thomas Keller Golf Classic, supporting student scholarships at The Culinary Institute of America, will be held June 11-12 in Napa.

Golf will be June 11 at Silverado Resort and Spa on the North Course, redesigned by PGA Hall of Famer Johnny Miller. Foursomes and sponsorships are now available. A reception and dinner will be June 12 at CIA at Copia, 500 First St.

Visit to learn more about the event, dinner tickets, and sponsorship opportunities.

For sponsorship information, contact Holly Briwa at or 967-2400, or Lee Ellen Hayes-Kirk at or 845-905-4274.

FitKids Sun-Sational Summer Day Camp starts June 12

The FitKids Sun-Sational Summer Day Camp will be held Monday through Friday, June 12 through Aug. 11 at Synergy Medical Fitness Center, 3421 Villa Lane, Napa. No camp will be held July 4.

Activities will include team sports, indoor and outdoor games, fitness activities and swimming. Participants should bring a packed lunch, water bottle, hat, swimsuit, athletic shoes and sunscreen each day.

Visit or call 252-4411 ext. 3888 to sign up or for more information.

Napa Legion Baseball Camp June 12-15

Napa American Legion Baseball will host its Summer Youth Baseball Camp for children Little League age, 7-12 at the Veterans Home of California’s Cleve Borman Field in Yountville June 12-15.

Ages 7-9 will meet from 9 to 11:30 a.m., and ages 10-12 from 12 to 2:30 p.m. each day.

Instructors will include Napa American Legion coaches and former and current players. Curriculum includes throwing, hitting, pitching, base running, infield/outfield drills and controlled scrimmages.

The cost is $100 per player before June 1, or $110 after that, and includes a camp T-shirt. Payment and registration forms can be sent to Napa Legion Baseball, 1262 Pear Tree Lane, Napa, CA 94558. Checks are to be made payable to Napa Legion Baseball.

For a registration form or more information, contact Billy Smith at or 259-0975.

Basketball training program offered from June 12-Aug. 11

The ProlifIQ Training System, a basketball training program for all ages and levels for local aspiring boys and girls players, is being offered this summer. The summer training program mirrors the Prolific Prep training program.

The program is the combination of the basketball skill development from Prolific Prep Academy, mixed with the strength and conditioning of Napa Sports Association.

The ProlifIQ Training System is an all-inclusive basketball development, training program that focuses on the mind, body and skill of the clients.

The program will run from June 12 to Aug. 11, encompassing 64 total workouts over a three-month period.

“The ProlifIQ Training System is as close as you can get to mirroring the training regime of the current Prolific Prep team,” Prolific Prep founder Jeremy Russotti said. “We are extremely excited to finally be at a point where we can provide this training at the elementary, middle and high school levels. This is a big deal for us.”

Added Napa Sports Association founder Michael Quinn, “The ProlifIQ Training System model follows the 80-percent training, 20-percent playing mantra. We believe players are spending too much time on playing and not getting back to basics with proper training.”

The program offers skill training and strength and conditioning.

Families can sign up for the skill sessions or strength and conditioning classes separately.

Families can also sign up per month for each of the programs, or walk in for a daily rate.

Visit visit for more information or to sign up, or email

Warriors hoop camp at Justin-Siena June 12-16

One of this summer’s many sessions of the Warriors Basketball Camp, powered by Under Armour, is scheduled June 12-16 at Justin-Siena High School,

It is to focus on individual skill development, the importance of fundamentals, and the development of a healthy team attitude for boys and girls ages 7-15 of all skill levels.

There will also be a High Potential session for boys and girls ages 11-17 at the Warriors Practice Facility from July 24-27. In addition, there will be an Overnight Camp session June 28-July at CSU Monterey Bay, with guard Shaun Livingston and center Zaza Pachulia conducting lectures, interacting with campers and serving as guest coaches. Visit for a video of last summer’s Overnight Camp with forward Draymond Green.

The staff is to consist of current high school and college coaches and current and former local college players. Many sessions feature appearances by current and former Warriors players and coaches.

Discounts are available for early registration, until April 19, and multiple sessions and siblings.

Registration is available at For more information, visit or call 510-986-5310.