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Wolf Pack football registration starts

Outgoing Sequim Wolf Pack president Phil Langston, left, passes the proverbial torch to incoming president Jerry Mote.  - Submitted photo
Outgoing Sequim Wolf Pack president Phil Langston, left, passes the proverbial torch to incoming president Jerry Mote.
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Football and cheerleading registration for the upcoming Sequim Wolf Pack will be held from 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, June 21, at the Sequim Boys & Girls Club, 400 W. Fir St.

Football and cheer coaches will be on hand to answer questions and help register. Registration forms will be available and youths need a current physical. (Football players need a copy of a birth certificate.)

Registration forms also can be found online at http://sequimwolfpack.com.

With the 2014 youth football season starting to ramp up, Phil Langston is stepping down after three years as president. Incoming president Jerry Mote takes over this season.

“We’ve come a long way since we started and I have all the confidence Jerry will take us even further,” Langston said.

Mote moved to Sequim three years ago and helps coach the high school program as well as coaching for the Sequim Wolf Pack the past two years.

“I’m excited to be able to step into such a well-run program,” Mote said. “Each year it gets bigger and better and I’m eager to get started.”

Langston still will be on the board and retain his role as equipment manager for the program.

As dates get finalized, Mote is hoping to put on some four-day summer camps as well. For updates, see www.sequimwolfpack.com.

Head cheerleading coach Tiffani Mote will be sizing prospective cheerleaders for uniforms. “It’s a really good idea for these girls to get properly sized so we can ensure we have the right uniforms come football season,” she said. Tiffani Mote launched the cheer program last year.

Sequim Wolf Pack is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. Donations to the club are fully tax deductible.

 

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