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SHS Wolves football camp set

The Sequim High School Wolves' football camp is open to youths entering grades 1-8.

The camp is set from 10 a.m.-noon, Aug. 9-12 at the Sequim Middle School gymnasium.

Participants are asked to bring outdoor shoes and dressed for outside play.

The camp features instruction from SHS football team staffers, plus daily flag football games. The camp focus is developing football skills and team-building principles.

Cost is $40 per athlete and includes a camp T-shirt and football.

For more information, call Erik Wiker, Sequim High School varsity head coach, at 477-0555.



Grubb slugs for Bells

Ben Grubb a 2008 graduate of Sequim High School, a former all-league catcher for the Wolves and star at Lower Columbia College, is playing his summer ball in Bellingham.

Grubb, a 6-foot 2-inch, 200-pound catcher/infielder for the Bellingham Bells, is hitting .275 with four doubles and six RBIs in 12 games (through July 29). He already has four multi-hit games.

At 21-22, the Bells, a collegiate summer baseball team in the West Coast League, are in fourth place in the West Division, six games back of the first-place Corvallis Knights.



Soccer camp set

Port Angeles Youth Soccer and Peninsula College have teamed up again for an annual soccer camp with the Peninsula Pirates.

Youth soccer players ages 8-14 have a chance to hone their skills with the Pirate players from 9 a.m.-

3 p.m., Aug. 9-13.

Cost is $99. Register by Aug. 6 at www.paysc.com.



Eagles fall in final

The Olympic Peninsula Eagles capped their 2010 season with a 34-20 loss to the Renton Ravens on July 24 in Port Angeles.

The Eagles had lost to the Ravens 48-0 just a week prior.

The Sequim-based, adult semi-pro football team finishes 3-9 on the season.



Anglers talk Newton's Cove

The Puget Sound Anglers, North Olympic Peninsula Chapter, host a presentation by club members Tom Duttrey, Dave Croonquist and others, who made a trip to Newton's Cove in Esperanza Inlet. The North Olympic Peninsula PSA chapter meeting starts at 6:45 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 19, at the Trinity United Methodist Church, 100 Blake Ave.

For more information, call 582-0836 or see www.pugetsoundanglers.org.



Dvorshak wins Cedars' President's Cup

The Cedars of Dungeness Woman's Golf Association has a new 2010 President's Cup winner.

Virginia Dvorshak persevered through four rounds of match play to become the club's 2010 President's Cup champ. Competition started June 29 and finished in late July with a match between Dvorshak and Marlene Erickson.

Other semifinalists were Vernice Quigley and Pat Schumacher.

The group's next big event is the club championship, set for Aug. 10, 13 and 17.

The Days of Whine & Roses tournament is Sept. 20-21. Format for day one is a nine-hole partner scramble; play on Sept. 21 is partner best-ball format.

Cost is $135 per player for both days or $95 per person for Sept. 21-only play. All entries need to be in by Sept. 15.

For more information, call 683-6344.



Cedars women's club seeks players

The Women's Club at The Cedars at Dungeness golf course is open to all female golfers to participate in weekly and special events at the course.

The group plays on Tuesday mornings with tee times starting at 8:30 a.m. Weekly events run through October.

For more information, call 681-7713.



Stingers seek baseball players

The Bremerton Stingers Baseball Club, an organization with baseball teams for players in several youth age divisions, host tryouts for teams in August.

The tryouts are 6-8 p.m. Aug. 17-19 at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds in Bremerton.

Players are required to attend a minimum of two tryout sessions to be considered for a team. Players must check in with a parent and a copy of player's certified birth certificate; check-in begins at 5:30 p.m. each day.

The Stingers field five teams next season in age divisions 12U, 13U, 14U, 15U and 17-18U.

The Stingers have ball players from Sequim, Chimacum and Port Angeles on teams now.

For more information, see www.stingersbaseballclub.org.



Open volleyball is at Stevens

Volleyballers seeking a place to play this summer may want to check out play at Stevens Middle School, 1139 W. 14th St., Port Angeles.

An open gym is scheduled each Friday evening from 7-10 p.m.

Players only need to sign in on an entry sheet and contribute $1.







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