PE camp comes to Crescent Harbor Elem. | Whidbey Sports Briefs

Get fit this summer

Justin Ronning, physical education teacher at Crescent Harbor Elementary School, is hosting a “Get Fit Summer” PE camp from 9 a.m. to noon July 21 to 25 at the school.

The cost of the camp is $75 per participant.

This is your opportunity to have some fun this summer while staying in shape.

For more information, email Ronning at

Soccer camp in OaK Harbor

Joseph Supang, a graduate of South Whidbey High School and a former member of Seattle University’s men’s soccer team, is hosting a soccer camp July 21 to July 25 at Oak Harbor Middle School.

The camp is for all players ages 9 through 18 and will be from 2 to 5 p.m. each day.

The cost of the camp is $120 per player with a $10 discount if a player has attended one of Supang’s camps before.

Skills covered at the camp include dribbling, receiving, turning under pressure and passing. Also included will be drills on attacking and defending, including one-on-one defense, group defense and heading.

Supang has extensive playing experience and is a member of the Seattle Wolves FC. He also played on the Botswana National Team in 2007, played professional soccer in Europe and was a member of the Seattle Sounders Select Team in 2002.

For more information, email

Sign up for summer hoops

There is still time for girls in grades second through eighth to register for Oak Harbor High School girls basketball coach Brett McLeod’s summer basketball camp at the high school Monday through Thursday, July 28 to 31.

The cost of the camp is $55 per player and includes a T-shirt and a water bottle.

McLeod said the registration deadline for the camp has been extended to July 1.

This camp is for girls of all skill levels and will serve as a great way to have some fun this summer.

Sign up now for this great opportunity to work on your game.

Registration forms are available at both 7-Eleven stores, Big 5 Sporting Goods or by calling McLeod at 279-5439 or 240-8959.

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