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LOCAL NOTES : DATE SET FOR YOUTH BASEBALL TOURNEY.

Byline: Darnell Felton Daily News Staff Writer

The first Rosamond Memorial Day Tournament, for baseball players 10 and under, is May 23-25.

The fee is $125 per team with a maximum of eight teams allowed in the tournament.

There will also be a pitch, hit and throw competition with awards given out to the first three places.

Information: Selwyn Young at (805) 256-6419.

Gymnastics: The Rhythmics in Motion rhythmic gymnastics team will compete in the 1997 Classics, a national invitational competition, which begins Friday and continues through Sunday at College of the Canyons.

More than 160 athletes, from 7 to 17 years old, will compete in ribbon, hoop and rope events.

Information: Janet Feeder at (805) 251-0351 or Debra Harris at (805) 296-6648.

Golf: Julie Tona, with a score of 32, won the Odd Holes Tournament held at Rancho Sierra Golf Course recently in Lancaster.

Edith Henry (32) was second, Judy Russell was third (34) and Debbie O'Keefe was fourth (34.5).

Soccer: Palmdale AYSO registration is Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Desert Sands Park. Information: Sharyn Garcia, (805) 285-4299.

Basketball: The third annual Summer Pro Youth Basketball Camp at Highland High School will take place on July 7-9.

The camp is for youths ages 8-16 and will be from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each day.

This camp will feature 1996-97 NBA Rookie All-Stars Travis Knight and Derek Fisher of the Lakers. Also, members of the UCLA basketball team are scheduled to attend.

Information: Martin Prince at (805) 266-9957.
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