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Whidbey Sports Briefs | July 12

Hunter ed class scheduled

The Central Whidbey Sportsmen’s Association, as part of its ongoing firearms safety program, is offering hunter education class at the clubhouse beginning Friday, Aug. 1.

Anyone born after Jan. 1, 1972, must show proof they have completed a hunter education class before they can purchase a hunting license.

Classes will be held from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 1, with class, on-range time and testing from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday Aug. 2.

Both classes must be attended for completion of the course and preregistration is required.

The Central Whidbey Sportsmen’s Association clubhouse and range is located 2.5 miles south of Coupeville on Safari Street, just off Highway 20 and Morris Road.

For more information and to register, call John Boling at 969-2440.

Register for CWSC soccer

The Central Whidbey Soccer Club is accepting registration through Aug. 15 fro the fall leagues.

The cost for U-6 and U-8 players is $50 and players on U-10 through U-16 pay $65. Families can receive a $10 discount per child after the first registrant.

Registrations will be accepted after Aug. 15, but with an additional $25 late fee charged.

Spaces are limited for U-12 and above teams, so register now to reserve your place on a team.

Coaches are also needed and if you are interested, visit the league’s Web site for more information.

Go online to www.coupevillesoccer.org to register, or email registrar@coupevillesoccer.org.

Junior, senior players sought

The Oak Harbor Youth Football League has reopened registration for the junior and senior teams.

With all the interest in youth football, the league has decided to try to add additional teams in the upper age groups.

Registration forms can be found on the handouts page of the league’s Web site at eteamz.com/oakharborfootball.

Anyone interested in playing should print one off and mail it in as soon as possible so draft camps and league planning can take place.

For more information, email ohyfl@yahoo.com.

Football, cheer camps July 19

Oak Harbor Youth Football is having a football agility camp for players ages 7 to 13 from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, July 19, at Fort Nugent Park.

This camp is for all players who want to learn more about youth football.

The cost to participate is $15 per player and includes a hot dog lunch and a T-shirt.

Pads are not needed at this camp.

Registrations can be obtained on line at eteamz.com/oakharbor football on the handouts page.

Also on July 19 at Fort Nugent Park, the league is hosting a cheerleading camp for youths ages 7 to 13 from 8 a.m. to noon.

Participants at the camp will learn more about cheer routines and team support.

The cost is also $15 per participant and includes a hot dog lunch and a T-shirt.

For more information, email OHYFL@yahoo.com.

NWTA offers soccer camps

The Northwest Training Academy is offering a series of summer soccer camps that will allow players to fine-tune their soccer skills or help beginners be better prepared for the upcoming season.

When playing on a team and only practicing twice a week, coaches don’t have time to help you fine tune players’ skills, that is where NorthWest Training Academy can help. NorthWest Training Academy is a local company on Whidbey Island. That is why we can offer the same if not better products for half the price.

All of the camps will be conducted at Fort Nugent Park in Oak Harbor.

The Soccer camp is Aug. 4 to 7 at a cost of $55 per player.

This camp is for everyone of any and all skill levels. There will be two separate sessions run for this camp and there are 10 spots left in each session.

Session 1 — 9:30 to 10:45 a.m.

Session 2 — 5 to 6:15 p.m.

The Goalkeeper I camp is Aug. 11 to 13 at a cost of $55.

Basic and advanced training will be offered for all skill levels. There will be two separate sessions for this camp, with eight spots left in each session.

Session 1 — 9:30 to 10:45 a.m.

Session 2 — 5 to 6:15 p.m.

There will be some two-day clinics added as soon as available. For more information, email mike@northwesttrainingacademy.com or check out the Web site at www.northwesttrainingacademy.com.

Coaches needed for OHYFL

Want to have some fun this fall teaching young players the ins and outs of football?

The Oak Harbor Youth Football League is in need of coaches for the fall season.

Right now, there is an opening for a pee-wee coach for players 6 to 8, and also for a junior coach for 11 and 12-year-olds.

Anyone interested in helping out should call league president Mark Schroeder at 632-8416.

The league will probably be adding a senior team as well, so there could be the need for another coach for 13 and 14-year-old players.

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 JRonning@ohsd.net.

Hobie Cat race July 19 and 20

Hobie Class Association of North America is hosting a Hobie Catamaran area championship July 19 and 20.

This is one of only five such events that takes place in North America every year.

Racing will take place out of Penn Cove and the event will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.

The Hobie Cats will be located in the city park in Oak Harbor prior to and after the races for viewing by the public.

For more information, call Laura Sullivan at 425-432-7749.

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