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Baseball/Softball
• The Northwest Merchants 13-U Select Baseball Club is looking for players to fill out the roster of its 2013 Sandy Koufax team. To schedule a tryout, contact general manager Brian Kelley at 425-773-7300 or head coach Kip DuBrowa at 206-852-4228.
• Tryouts for the Seattle Titans' 16-U, 17-U and 18-U baseball teams are scheduled from 5-8 p.m. on Aug. 30 at Meadowdale High School. For more information, contact Dewayne Dalton at 425-418-0536.
• The City of Edmonds is offering Men's and Coed Adult Softball Leagues. Play starts Sept. 4 at Meadowdale Playfields. The team fee is $570. For more information, call Todd at 425-771-0229 or visit www.reczone.org.
Basketball
• The City of Edmonds is offering a 3-on-3 Half-Court Basketball League on Wednesday nights. Play begins Sept. 26. The team fee is $235. For more information, call Todd at 425-771-0229 or visit www.reczone.org.
Pickle Ball
• The City of Edmonds is offering a Pickle Ball League on Tuesday nights at the Frances Anderson Center. Play begins Sept. 18. The cost is $33 for residents and $38 for non-residents. For more information, call Todd at 425-771-0229 or visit www.reczone.org.
Football
• The Marysville Boys & Girls Club is accepting registration for its NFL Flag Football program. The program is for players ages 5-14. The cost is $100. Registration runs through Sept. 14. The season starts Sept. 17. For more information, call Matt Evans at 360-659-2576 or visit www.bgcsc.org.
Running
• The Race 4 More is scheduled for 9 a.m. on Sept. 22 in Everett. The 3.3- and 1-mile courses start and end at Northshore Christian Church in Everett. Proceeds from the event benefit a feeding center in Alajuelita, Costa Rica. For more information, visit www.firstgiving.com/loveatwork/northshore-race-4-more.
Volleyball
• Registration for the Northwest Juniors Fall Volleyball League runs through Sept. 1. The program is for players in grades 5-8. Practices will be held at sites in Edmonds and Lynnwood. For more information, call Tony Miranda at 425-497-1051, extension 102.
• The Marysville Boys & Girls Club is accepting registration for its Fall Volleyball Leagues. The program is for players in grades 3-12. The cost is $90. Registration runs through Sept. 14. The season begins Sept. 17. For more information, call Matt Evans at 360-659-2576 or visit www.bgcsc.org.
• The City of Edmonds is offering a Women's 4-on-4 Volleyball League on Thursday nights at Edmonds Community College. Play begins Sept. 20. The team fee is $345. For more information, call Todd at 425-771-0229 or visit www.reczone.org.
• The City of Edmonds is offering Adult Co-Rec Competitive Volleyball Leagues on Tuesday nights at Edmonds Community College. Play begins Sept. 25. The team fee is $325. For more information, call Todd at 425-771-0229 or visit www.reczone.org.
How to submit information: Items for the Bulletin Board can be submitted by e-mail (sports@heraldnet.com), by fax (425-339-3435) or by mail (P.O. Box 930, Everett, Wash., 98206). The deadline is noon Sunday.
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