Sports Briefs

Ridge hosts 'Citizens' races

The Brad Stenger Memorial Citizen's Race is slated for March 20-21 at Hurricane Ridge.

The skiing and snowboarding events start at 11 a.m. each day. Race fees are $15 per day or $25 for both days.

Races are open to the public and are intended to promote education, ski awareness and fun of alpine skiing, race organizers said.

All participating racers receive a commemorative T-shirt and barbecue meal. Gold, silver and bronze medals are awarded for winners in each age category.

Coed 'Clover' volleyball tourney set for March 20

The 4-Leaf Clover Volleyball Tournament, a 4-on-4 coed tourney, is scheduled for Saturday, March 20, at Port Angeles High School, 304 E. Park Ave.

Entry fee is $80 per team.

Play format is reverse fours. Male players are allowed to hit only from behind the 10-foot line and are not allowed to block. Nets are set at women's standards.

For more information or a registration form, call Christine Halberg at 504-2654 or e-mail to:

Hardball playersseek teammates

Nick Mobley and fellow baseball players are seeking interest in re-forming an adult league for this summer.

Formerly playing under the Olympic Peninsula Baseball Association banner, these ballplayers are hoping to form at least four teams and play games in Sequim or at Port Angeles' Volunteer Field.

Games are for players 18 or older.

For more information, call Mobley at 461-6219 or e-mail to nickmobleybase

Clallam YMCA hosts youth activities

The Clallam County Family YMCA at 302 S. Francis St. in Port Angeles hosts a number of sports-related activities for youths and adults.

For youths, the YMCA has Kempo karate and judo for children ages 6 and older, volleyball for girls in grades 4-5, plus soccer for Mini Kickers (ages 3-4) and Little Foot indoor soccer (ages 5-6).

For teens, the YMCA offers Kempo karate, aikido (ages 14 and older), an introduction to rowing class (ages 16 and older) and youth sailing classes (grades 6-12).

For more information, call 452-9244 or see

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