Recreation Calendar

  • Monday, May 18, 2009 9:16pm
  • 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.

BASEBALL

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.

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.

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. Please contact Craig Peterson at 206-419-5089 or contactcraig@qwest.net for more information.

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.

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.

SOFTBALL

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.

SOCCER

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.

WRESTLING

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

VOLLEYBALL

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.

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.

RECREATION

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.


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