Eastside Recreation Calendar

The Recreation Calendar lists recreational and participation sports submitted by nonprofit organizations.

  • Wednesday, March 18, 2009 7:13pm
  • Sports

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.


Eastside Huskies Tryouts: Eastside Huskies are holding tryouts for their 13 and 14 Sandy Koufax teams and their 9U-12U select tournament teams. Call 425-802-0638.

13U Sandy Koufax Baseball Team: Issaquah Thunder Baseball Club is currently having open tryouts for the 2009 Sandy Koufax baseball season. The club will play in league games and local/regional tournaments from March through July. If interested, please send inquiries to issaquahthunderbaseball@comcast.net.

Kirkland Rustlers 12U Seeking Players: The Kirkland Rustlers 12U baseball team is seeking a few more 12U players interested in joining a summer local/regional tournament team. Interested players should contact Eric Jensen at 206-898-1843 or kirklandrustlers@yahoo.com.

Riley’s Athletic Web Gem Infield Camps: Riley’s Athletic Web Gem Infield Camps start Jan. 18 in Bellevue. Baseball-specific strength and conditioning programs are offered year-long. Contact coach Ryan Riley at 206-293-1650 or visit www.rileyathletics.com for more information.

Kirkland Pony Baseball: Kirkland Pony Baseball is registering players for the 2009 season. We offer affordable and competitive recreational baseball for ages 13-19 in Kirkland and Redmond. Home games are played at Lee Johnson Field in downtown Kirkland. Get more information and sign up online at www.kirklandbaseball.org.

Bellevue Pride 11U Pony Baseball Seeking Players: The Pride Baseball Club is looking for a couple of 11U players interested in Pony Baseball and travel/local summer tournaments. Opportunities include winter indoor workouts and national tournament experience. Pleese contact Craig Peterson at 206-419-5089 or contactcraig@qwest.net for more information.

Bellevue East Little League: Bellevue East Little League registration open now for all divisions. See www.bellevueeastlittleleague.org for more information and to sign up.

Sharp Baseball Development: Now accepting athletes for upcoming program. SBD services includes private/group hitting, advanced infield, and strength conditioning programs. For more info or to sign up please call 425-306-0814.

Sammamish Little League: Sammamish Little League registration is now open for boys ages 5-12 and girls 5-14. For more information see www.sammamishlittleleague.org.

Dragon 12U Baseball Club Tryouts: The Dragons 12U Baseball Club is in search of competitive players. The club is a premier select team that will participate in league and tournament games in 2009. They will play approximately 60 games. Tryouts will take place soon. Contact Mark Gibson at mwjgibson@comcast.net or 206-409-5671; or Mike Kerr at mkerr120@comcast.net for more information.

Redmond Select 15U Needs Three Players:Coach Dan Pudwill is looking for the final three players to complete his roster for the 2009 Mickey Mantle spring/summer season. Please email coach Pudwill at dpudwill@lwsd.org or Brian Bircher @ brb@mbbtpc.com for tryout information.

Washington Baseball Instruction: Owned and operated by Ken Knutson of the University of Washington, and Scott Watson of ECC, Washington Baseball Instruction is a brand-new facility in Woodinville providing baseball training programs. For more information visit www.washingtonbaseballinstruction.com.

Washington Nationals Select Tryouts: Club will be holding individual tryouts for the 16U, 17U and 18U 2009 season. Call Steve McGee 206-948-3980 or e-mail him at nationalsbaseball@comcast.net to arrange a time and day.

Premier Baseball Club: Tryouts for Sandy Koufax 13U and 14U teams and 15U Mickey Mantle teams will be held soon for the 2009 season. Tryout times are posted on www.premierbaseballclub.com. Contact Steven Schaefer at 425-457-6622 or Steven@premierbaseballclub.org.

Redmond Select 18U League Tryouts: Coach Greg Conley is now scheduling tryouts for players 18 years and under for the 2009 Connie Mack/Babe Ruth summer baseball league. To schedule a tryout E-mail Greg at cgbase@hotmail.com or Brian at brb@mbbfpc.com.

Baseball Jazz Camps: Four-day camp will run April 6-9 from 10 a.m-1 p.m. at Renton Academy Field. Former pro and Braves scout Steve Goucher and staff will provide instruction in throwing, hitting and fielding. Registration fee is $165, payable to the City of Newcastle. For more information call (206) 230-9011.

Performance Training: Classes for baseball performance training designed to increase bat speed, velocity, overall power, speed and overall athletic ability. Call Jake, 425-306-0814.

Kirkland Boys & Girls Club: Registrations available for Pre K- Kindergarten T-Ball and grades 1-2 and 3-4 Tossball. Call 425-827-0132 or visit www.onepositiveplace.org.


Bellevue East Softball: Registration for Bellevue East fast pitch softball is now open. See www.bellevueeastlittleleague.org for more information and to register.

Northshore Girls Slowpitch: Registration is now open for the 2009 softball season for girls in grades 1-12. Visit our Web site at www.ngssa.com for more information.


Bellevue Youth Hoops Leagues/Clinics:Open to kids from preschool to sixth grade. The youngest will be introduced to the game through a parent-interactive clinic, while kids five and up will play in organized 3-on-3 to 5-on-5 league play depending on age. Discounts available for Bellevue residents. For more information or to sign up call 425-452-6885 or visit myparksandrecreation.com.

Sammamish Totem Hoops:The program is looking for interested 5th, 6th and 8th graders to fill out its rosters. Teams participate in the Eastside Travel League. Weekend games run December through February with tournaments in November. Contact Brant at totemhoop@gmail.com or call 425-562-2646 for more information.

Junior High Gym Night: Mondays 5 to 6:30 p.m. except school holidays. Free program for junior high students to shoot hoops, meet friends and eat pizza. 303 224th St. S.W., Bothell. 425-486-7430 or www.ci.bothell.wa.us.

No Fear Leagues: For boys and girls third grade through high school. 425-670-8877 or visit www.nofearbasketball.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

Eastside FC Boys U16-U19 Tryouts: Will begin March 7 and 8 at Preston Park in Preston, WA. Register online at www.eysa.org/efc.

Eastside FC Premier Soccer Club Training: Eastside FC will host a soccer training academy at Preston Park Soccer Complex for players U8 level and older for seven weeks starting March 13. Work on and develop skills necessary to take your game to the next level with EFC’s pro staff. Cost is $165 of $140 for EYSA players. Register online at http://eastsidefc.bonzidev.com.

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.

Newport BU17 United tryouts: Team will hold tryouts on Sunday, March 15 at Newport High School from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Team is coached by Eddi Fey and is looking for several new position players.


Register for Bellevue Girls Lacrosse: Open to all girls in grades 3-12 within the attendance boundaries of Sammamish, Interlake and Newport High Schools. For more information please call 425-643-5029 or visit www.bglacrosse.com.

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.

Register for Kirkland Lacrosse: Signups for spring lacrosse for kids in grades 3-12 are underway. No experience needed. E-mail James Anderson at jaanderson56@hotmail.com for more information.

Register for Eastlake Lacrosse: Registration for the 2009 Eastlake Lacrosse Association is now open for new players. Kids in grades 3–12 are invited to join to the fastest growing sport in the area. Additional information about the Eastlake Lacrosse Association and registration can be found at www.eastlakelacrosse.org

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.

Issaquah Lacrosse Signups Open: Issaquah Lacrosse fall youth boys and girls registration is now live for 2nd -8th graders. Go to www.issaquahyouthlacrosse.com.

Redmond Lacrosse Club Registration: Registration for the 2009 season is now open for grades 3-4, 5-6, 7-8 and 9-12. For more details, visit www.redmondlacrosse.com.


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

Bellevue High School wrestling club: The Wolverine Wrestling club will be hosting freestyle and Greco Roman practices that will focus on learning sound fundamentals of both styles of wrestling. Practices will take place in the Bellevue High gym on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays from 4:30-6 p.m. Contact Bellevue wrestling coach Tom Ovens at 425-221-5095 or at dtoptions@att.net. Cost is $50.


Adult Volleyball Open Gym: The league began in September and open gym runs 6 to 8:30 p.m., every Monday at the W.A. Anderson Gym (18603 Bothell Way NE, Bothell). Cost: $3 drop-in fee. For details, or to register, visit www.ci.bothell.wa.us or call 425.486.7430.


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.


Team FASTT: If you can swim, bike or run and would like to try a triathlon, come find out more about Team FASTT. Finish Strong Triathlon Team is now welcoming new and existing triathletes to its 2009 membership. Open registration and information date is from 9 to 11 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 31 at the Woodinville Tully’s at Hollywood Hill. Go to www.teamfastt.com for more information, or call 425-248-0908.


Bellevue Parks & Community Services Sports and Fitness Programs:Register for for these classes for kids ages 3-12 by calling 425-452-6885 or visit www.myparksandrecreation.com:

• Mini mites basketball clinics ages 3-4

• Mighty mites basketball leagues ages 5-6

• Youth basketball leagues ages 7-9

• Junior basketball leagues ages 10-12

• Biddy saturday sports ages 3-6

Kirkland Boys and Girls Club: The Kirkland Boys & Girls Club is now taking registrations for kindergarten through 2nd grade basketball and wrestling, and 7th grade basketball. Also open for registration is tee-ball, track and field and flag football. For more information visit our website at www.onepositiveplace.org.

Non-Contact Tae Kwon Do: For ages 7 and up. Learn traditional (non-contact) Tae Kwon Do Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7 to 8 p.m. Maywood Hills Elementary Gym in Bothell. Cost: For eight sessions $52 (residents) & $57 (non-residents). For details, or to register, please call 425.486.7430.

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

Interlaken Trailblazers Volkssport Club: Held at 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 Camps: Speed, Agility and Power 2008 Holiday Camps will be offered from Dec. 22-23 and 29-30 in Redmond. Join our degreed and certified coaching staff to improve your athletic performance. To enroll or for more information call 425-882-0647 or visit www.velocitysp.com/redmond.


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.


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.

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.


Women’s nine hole golf club: Membership is open for the Bellevue women’s nine hole golf club at Bellevue Municipal Golf Course. Contact 425-454-1181 or Marya1@aol.com.

American Singles Golf Association: For single golfers of all ability levels. Meetings are the second Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the Newport Bay Restaurant, 10425 Northup Way in Kirkland. Contact the ASGA at 206-444-4055 or at www.asgaseattle.com.


WAVE Aquatics: Local USA Swimming-affiliated competitive swim team with athletes from novice to Olympic Trial-level is now registering swimmers from age six up. Practices held in Redmond and Bothell pools. Contact Sheila Hatton at 425-273-6045 or sbsuperstar@hotmail.com. Visit www.waveaquatics.com for more information.

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