Recreation Calendar

The Recreation Calendar lists recreational and participation sports submitted by nonprofit organizations. Mail to: Recreation Calendar, Reporter Newspapers, 18080 NE 68th St. #A150 Redmond, WA 98052, fax to 425-867-0784 or e-mail to sports@reporternewspapers.com.

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The Recreation Calendar lists recreational and participation sports submitted by nonprofit organizations. Mail to: Recreation Calendar, Reporter Newspapers, 18080 NE 68th St. #A150 Redmond, WA 98052, fax to 425-867-0784 or e-mail to sports@reporternewspapers.com.

BASEBALL

EBC CROSSCUTTER TRYOUTS: The Kirkland-based EBC Crosscutter Baseball 16U and 18U teams will be having tryouts for the 2008 season. Call 206-767-4561 or 425-488-4053.

JUNIOR OLYMPICS TEAM TRYOUTS:Rijo Athletics Baseball is looking for players to participate in the 2008 Junior Olympics in Peoria/Surprise, AZ from June 20-28. Call (425) 486-4878 for tryout and evaluation. www.rijoathleticsbaseball.com.

KIRKLAND ADULT BASEBALL LEAGUE: Recruiting 21 and older players for a recreational team through the Kirkland Parks Department for the August through September 2008 season. Contact Michael Jarvis at 206-779-8560 or mejarvis7@msn.com.

TENNIS

TENNIS ONE CAMPS: Seeking boys and girls of all skill levels ages 9-15 who want to learn to improve their game. Camp runs from June 23-27 from 1-4 p.m. daily at Finn Hill Junior High in Kirkland. Cost is $179. Contact camp director Norm Vener at 425-821-9958 to register.

FOOTBALL

KIRKLAND BOYS & GIRLS FOOTBALL:The Kirkland Boys & Girls Club is now taking registrations for Jr. Kang and Rebel tackle football and flag football. Contact Stephanie Davidson at 425-250-4754.

FASTPITCH

NORTHSHORE SLOWPITCH SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION: Open registration for girls 1-12th grade. Registration and information online at www.ngssa.com and at Northshore District Schools. Fees range $55-85.

ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUE: Men’s, women’s and co-ed league for ages 18+. www.leaguelineup.com/bothellsoftball or call 425-486-7430.

BASKETBALL

KIRKLAND H.S. BASKETBALL FALL LEAGUE: The Kirkland Boys & Girls Club is taking registration now for girls basketball high school fall league. Contact Stephanie Davidson at 425-250-4754.

LAKE WASHINGTON FORCE TRYOUTS: Lake Washington Force girls select basketball program will hold tryouts June 3, 5 and 12 for the upcoming school year. Open for 5th-9th grade. Visit www.lwforce.com.

KIRKLAND BOYS & GIRLS CLUB: Registration available for K-2 and 7th grade boys. Call 425-827-0132 or visit www.onepositiveplace.org.

NO FEAR LEAGUES

For boys and girls third grade through high school. 425-670-8877 or visit www.nofearbasketball.com.

SOCCER

EASTLAKE H.S. GIRLS AND BOYS CAMPS

Soccer camp for girls and boys from August 11-15 at Eastlake H.S. stadium fields. Camps instructed by professional coaches from UK Elite. Contact chuckkrieble@comcast.net or at 425-941-3630.

BCC SOCCER SPEED CAMP

BCC men’s soccer team will host a bi-weekly summer camp, July 7-30 at BCC soccer field, Monday and Wednesday from 9:30-11:00 a.m. Open to boys and girls ages 12-18. Cost is $200 per camper for eight sessions. Visit www.bellevuecollege.com/athletics or contact BCC soccer coach Adam Fenster at 206-200-6340.

LIGHTNING STRIKES SOCCER ACADEMY

Soccer academy for all levels at Chinook Middle School in Bellevue. Dates from June 10 to July 31. Contact 425-408-1000 or Academy@CRUSHN.com.

ICWSL CO-ED 30+ TEAM

ICWSL, a Co-ed Over 30, non-competitive just for fun league, is looking for new players. Friday nights on Eastside all-weather turf fields. www.icwsl.org

KICK SOCCER SCHOOLS

Life is a Kick Soccer Schools presents Scott’s Hot Shots Summer Soccer Camps (ages 5-12) and Scott’s Soccer Tots classes (ages 4-6) at the Woodinville Indoor Soccer Center, 12728 N.E. 178th St. Call director Scott Hall at (206) 909-1212 or visit www.lifeisakick.com.

CROSSFIRE 18/19

PREMIER

Openings for additional players for its state GU-19 Division team next winter and spring. Contact coach Mark Korn at 206-719-5952.

CRUSHN! SPONSORS SOCCER ACADEMY

Bothell’s CrushN! Sports will sponsor the Lightning Strike Soccer Academy from 6:30-8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays June 10-July 31 at Chinook Middle School’s track field, 2001 98th Ave. N.E., Bellevue. Professional players Hugo Alcarez and Bill Umana will coach the camp. Fees are $1,400 (recreational), $1,600 (select) and $2,000 (premier/pro). Coaches will set the student stage on the first day. For information, call (425) 408-1000 or register by e-mail at academy@crushn.com.

LACROSSE

EASTSIDE EAGLES GIRLS LACROSSE SIGNUPS

Signups for 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8 grade teams. Details on www.egylax.org. E-mail info@egylax.org or call Greg & Patty Chapman at 425.788.1466.

LAKE SAMMAMISH GIRLS LACROSSE CLUB REGISTRATION

For Lake Washington and Northshore School District 9th -12th grade students. No experience necessary. Bruce Reid at 425-822-2889 or bruce.reid@verizon.net. www.lakesammamishlacrosse.com.

WRESTLING

KIRKLAND BOYS & GIRLS JR WRESTLING

Practices for Kindergarden – 6th grade are Monday and Wednesday evenings at Kirkland Jr. High. Call 425-827-0132.

SKYLINE COMMUTER CAMP

Skyline High School will host a commuter wrestling camp June 29 to July 3 and the main clinician will be Sammie Henson. Henson is currently an assistant coach at Cal Poly and was a world champion and Olympic silver medalist. The camp is open for grades 6-12 go to www.shs.issaquah.wednet.edu/athletics to obtain a camp application or contact Gus Kiss at (425) 445-1389 or (424) 837-8108 or email him at gkiss@baldwinrgi.com.

PLATEAU PACK WRESTLING CLUB

Run by the coaches of Eastlake, Eastside Catholic and Skyline High programs, the Plateau Pack offers a program every Tuesday and Thursday. Grades 1-6 at 6 p.m. and 7-12 at 7 p.m. at Eastlake High. Cost $85. Contact Peter Puccio 206.992.7965 or www.ppuciv@hotmail.com or Gus Kiss 425.285.2314 www.gkiss@baldwinrgi.com.

WRESTLING CAME COMES TO INGLEMOOR

The Northshore Wrestling Camp will hit the mat from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. June 23-27 at Inglemoor High. The technique camp, for junior-high and high-school grapplers, will include live wrestling and drills and will focus on winning fundamental wrestling. Featured clinicians will include Kevin Corbett, Paul Sewell, Mike Sewell, Kelly Kubec, Jacob Young and Justin Springer, all successful high-school and college wrestlers. Cost is $125 for the week; a $10 discount will be given to each wrestler in the same family. For information, call coach Tom Sewell at (206) 999-5622.

VOLLEYBALL

ADULT VOLLEYBALL OPEN GYM

Mondays 6 – 8:30 p.m. Open to ages 18 and older. Cost: $3 drop-in. WA Anderson School Gym, 18603 Bothell Way NE, Bothell. 425-486-7430 or www.ci.bothell.wa.us.

HOCKEY

SNO-KING BEGINNING HOCKEY PROGRAM

For boys and girls ages 5-10 on Saturday’s at Kingsgate Ice Arena in Kirkland and Sunday’s at Castle Ice in Renton. Visit www.snokinghockey.com for more information and season start dates.

RUNNING

TEAM FASTT

Team FASTT, a triathlon team open to men and women of all ages and abilities, is encouraging anyone interested in triathlon’s to learn more about the organization at www.teamfastt.com or by contacting Lisa Worthington at 425-248-0908.

COUGAR MOUNTAIN RUNNING SERIES

Sixth-annual Cougar Mountain running series returns May 17 and continues through June 14. Cost is $25 per race. Visit www.seattlerunningcompany.com/events/cougar/cougarmtn1.html to register.

FOOTBALL

SIGN UP ONLINE FOR

ISSAQUAH YOUTH FOOTBALL

Registration for the 2008 Issaquah Youth Football season is open. Cost is $325 May 1 to June 30. Scholarship grants are being offered to those who qualify. Register at the Issaquah Youth Football Web site: www.issyfootball.org.

ISSAQUAH YOUTH FOOTBALL LOOKING FOR COACHES

Are you interested in coaching and teaching Issaquah youth the game of football? Please contact Brian Hartline at Bryhartline@hotmail.com to be considered as a coach.

INGLEMOOR JUNIOR FOOTBALL

Inglemoor Junior Football is accepting registrants for its fall tackle football program. The program is open to 7-to 14-year-olds. Registration information can be found at www.inglemoorvikings.org/docs/registration_update.htm or call 206-898-9021.

DRILL/CHEER

EASTSIDE PRECISION DRILL TEAM

Forming 2007-2008 team. Practices for school age girls are Tuesdays from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Redmond Junior High cafeteria and no experience is needed. Contact Heather at 425-647-4831 or heather@eastsidedrillteam.com.

GOLF

BELLEVUE WOMEN’S 18-HOLE GOLF CLUB

Accepting membership applications for women interested in playing competitive golf. Weekly tournaments are held every Tuesday morning, through October at the Bellevue Municipal Golf Course. Molly Tomita (425-885-0561) or Anita Wong at (425-576-1456).

SWIMMING

SWIMMING LESSONS OFFERED

Wave Aquatics is currently registering swimmers of all levels for spring and summer seasons. The program covers the Northshore, Lake Washington and Riverview School District service areas. For more information go to www.waveaquatics.org, or contact Jim Verdier at coachjim@waveaquatics.org or (206) 403.6933.

SPECIAL OLYMPICS SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Annual Washington State championships at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way on May 31-June 1. Call 206-362-4949 for more information.

CAMPS & CLASSES

BELLEVUE PARKS SUMMER PROGRAMS

Registeristration underway. For info or to register contact 425-452-6885 or to Myparksandrecreation.com.

• Biddy Combo Sports (Ages 3-4)

• Mighty Mites Combo Sports (Ages 5-6)

• Youth Summer Day Camps (Ages 7-12)

• Fun Time Fridays (Ages 3-6)

• First Swing Baseball Camp (ages 5-14)

• Soccer Camps with Michael Smith (Ages 4-10)

• UK International Summer Soccer Camp (Ages 4-13)

KIRKLAND BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

The Kirkland Boys & Girls Club is accepting registration for the following classes with information available at www.onepositiveplace.org:

• T-Ball/Tossball

• Spring Basketball grades 3-6

• Spring Flag Football grades 1-6

• Basketball boys grades 8-9 and girls grades 7-9

• Tae Kwon Do grades K-6

• Indoor Soccer Clinic ages 4-7

• Pee Wee Basketball ages 3-5

NON-CONTACT TAE KWON DO

Ages 7+ on Mondays and Wednesdays evenings. Beginner class 6-7 p.m. and Regular class 7-8 p.m. Maywood Hills Elementary Gym (Bothell), Eight sessions costs $50 for Bothell residents and $55 for non-residents.

INTERLAKEN TRAILBLAZERS VOLKSSPORT CLUB

7 p.m. the first Wednesday of the month. Bellevue Regional Library, 1111 110th Ave. N.E., Bellevue. atthepond3@comcast.net.

SPEED CAMPS

The Washington Institute of Sports Medicine in Kirkland is offering sport specific training to enhance speed, running technique, agility and power for athletes of all ages, sports and ability levels. 425-820-2110 or visit www.washington-institute.com.

FREE INLINE SKATING LESSONS

Skatejourneys offers lessons every month at Alki in skating, stopping and turning, 6 p.m. Visit www.skatejourneys.com.

VELOCITY SPORTS TRAINING

Programs geared to enhance athleticism. Individual, small group and team programs both on and off site are available. Visit www.velocitysp.com/redmond or call 425-881-0647.

SKYHAWKS SPORTS CAMPS

The City of Bothell is proud to present summer camps ranging from golf to basketball. With camps available for ages 3 to 14, there is something for everyone. Visit www.ci.bothell.wa.us or call (425) 486-7430 to find out more about these upcoming summer camps.

FISHING

CASTMASTERS BASS FISHING CLUB

Noncompetitive, meets 7 p.m. the second Wednesday of every month at the Round Table Pizza in Bellevue (Overlake area). Non-boaters welcome. Visit www.castmastersbassclub.com.

NORTHWEST BASSMASTERS CLUB

First Tuesday of each month at Bellefield Office Park Conference Center, ll50 114th Ave. S.E. Contact Kirk Bain, 425-922-3469.

RECREATION

BICYCLE VELODROME RACING AT MARYMOOR PARK

Races are Monday and Friday nights from May 12 and Wednesdays beginning May 28. Racing starts at 7 p.m. on Mondays and Fridays, and 7:30 on Wednesdays. Admission is free. Visit http://velodrome.org/cms for more information.

LEARN TO ICE SKATE

Kingsgate Ice Arena in Kirkland for adults or youth to learn to ice skate or enhance the skills of experienced skaters for ice hockey or figure skating, 14326 124 Avenue, N.E. Visit www.kingsgateskatingclub.org or 425-821-7133, ext. 5.

BOTHELL PARKS AND REC DANCE AND YOGA CLASSES

The City of Bothell Parks and Recreation department holds Belly Dance BAsics classes for ages 16-and-up from 8-9 p.m. on Mondays, from May 19-June 30. Also offered is a Relax with Yoga class on Thursdays, from May 22-July 10 from 7-8:30 p.m. for ages 16-and-up. For more information visit www.ci.bothell.wa.us or call 425-486-7430.

BELLEVUE AQUATIC CENTER

Full range of programs for swimmers of all ages in aquarobics, water tai chi, group swim lessons and programs for developmentally and physically disabled persons. 60 143rd Ave. N.E., 425-452-4444.

REGISTER TO RUN IN ISSAQUAH

Registration for the Issaquah Parks and Recreation Gliders spring and summer track and field programs is now open. The spring elementary program runs from May 12 through June 6 with practices offered at Issaquah High School, Skyline High School and Liberty High School. The elementary, middle and high school summer programs run from June 9 through July 17 with practices offered at IHS until June 17 before switching to Skyline HS during the scheduled IHS renovation. Please consult www.thegliders.8k.com of call 425 392 8230 for more information.

SOMERSET REC CLUB

Somerset Rec Club in Bellevue offers various health and fitness activities, including Ression I Swin and Tennis Lessons (June 23-July 4); Dance Camp (girls ages 4-10) and water aerobics for adults on Mondays and Wednesdays. Visit www.somersetrec.org or call 425-747-5575.

BOTHELL/KENMORE POOLS

Northshore and Carole Ann Wald are two NW Center-managed pools in the Bothell/Kenmore area. Visit www.nwcenter.org.

SAMMAMISH ROWING ASSOCIATION’S LEARN TO ROW DAY

Discover rowing and take a test row with the SRA on Lake Sammamish in Redmond on Saturday, June 7 from noon-3 p.m. Must be 13-years-old to go out in boat. Contact www.srarowing.com or 425-653-2583.

SPECIAL OLYMPICS

TIME TO PLAY BALL

It’s time for Special Olympics softball to start the 2008 season in Issaquah. The first practice is scheduled from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Friday, June 6 at Tibbets Park in Issaquah. Practices are held at thissame time and place every Friday. Players are grouped by skill level, and all skill levels are welcome. Contact Coach Leo Finnegan at 425-392-5682.




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