Sonoma Raceway, Hall of Fame, hoops camps, soccer, BGCSV, tennis, grid/cheer, bocce

SONOMA RACEWAY’S FIVE-DAY Sonomafest 2014 is currently underway with motorcycle action on the Valley’s famed 12-turn road course running through tomorrow, Saturday, May 3, and Sunday, May 4, and includes two charity events for Speedway Children’s Charities, the charitable arm of Sonoma Raceway. The Sonomafest schedule includes: The RKA/Sonoma Raceway Wine Country Charity Ride on Saturday and Sunday; and American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association races; the American Federation of Motorcyclists; the GEICO Motorcycle Superbike Shootout Series; and Supermoto USA. For more information on any of the Sonomafest events visit racesonoma.com/sonomafest.

To purchase 2014 major-event tickets and ticket packages, including the all-encompassing Track Pass, for more details on the Wednesday Night Drags, or for general Sonoma Raceway information, call 800-870-RACE (7223), or visit racesonoma.com, ticketmaster.com or racesonoma.com/wnd.


SONOMA VALLEY HIGH School’s seventh annual Dragon Hall of Fame banquet and ceremony will be held for the third straight year at Hanna Boys Center, 17000 Arnold Drive, on Saturday, May 10. For Dragon Hall of Fame ticket information, to make donations or for more details, contact hall of fame committee member and SVHS alumnus Bob Kruljac at 483-1856.


THE ANNUAL DRAGONS Basketball Summer Camp for boys in third-through-ninth grades – under the direction of Sonoma Valley High School boys’ varsity hoops head coach Dennis Housman – will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 9 to 13, in SVHS’s Pfeiffer Gym. Costs are $165, and $140 for two or more brothers. Scholarships are available. To register, or for more details, contact Housman at 933-4010, ext. 5246, or DHousman@sonomavly.k12.ca.us.


THE ANNUAL LADY Dragon girls’ summer basketball camp for girls in third-through-eighth grades ages – under the direction of Sonoma Valley High School girls’ varsity hoops coach Sil Coccia – will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 16 to 20, at SVHS’s Pfeiffer Gym. Camp costs are $150 a camper and $250 for two or more sisters – partial-attendance fee is $30 a day. Online registration starts next week. For costs, downloading forms, to register, or for more details, contact Coccia at 484-8940 or sil@ladydragonbasketball.org.


SONOMA VALLEY YOUTH Soccer Association continues holding online registration for boys and girls ages 4-to-19-years-old, with walk-in registration slated for 3 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, May 21, at the Sonoma Market Place gazebo; and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 31, at La Luz Center. Financial assistance will only be available during the walk-in sign-up sessions. To register online, or for more information, visit sonomasoccer.org, and for more details on SVYSA call 939-5501.


BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS Sonoma Valley are holding late registration for volleyball and flag football leagues for third-through-eighth grades, and coaches are still needed. To sign up, to coach or for more details, call athletic director Peter Livingston at 938-8544, ext. 112, or email plivingston@bgsonoma.org.


SONOMA VALLEY TENNIS Association’s free junior tennis program for ages 6-to-15-years-old will be held every Saturday in May at the Maxwell Farms Regional Park courts. For more details, contact SVTA pro Felipe Monroy at 916-879-0212.


SONOMA VALLEY YOUTH Football and Cheer Junior Dragons online registration is underway for grid ages 6-to-12-years-old, and cheerleaders ages 5-to-12, at sonomajrdragons.net. The season runs from July through November. For costs or more details, contact Tricia Baker at tricialbaker@gmail.com.


SONOMA BOCCE BALL Association has begun its 12 spring leagues and is still taking sign-ups. The membership cost is $20 a person for the year, and anyone wanting to register can contact (John) 938-2101, or (Ginette) 935-3337.