Sports Briefs

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  • Friday, February 29, 2008 10:50am

CURLING CLUB HOSTS OPEN HOUSE: The Granite Curling Club, located at 1440 N. 128th St. in Seattle, kicks off its 44th season of operation with an open house week beginning Oct. 10. The public invited to attend. A fee of $10 per person will be charged for each session, with all equipment and instruction provided. Ice time will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Participants are encouraged to wear warm, loose-fitting clothing, and a light jacket or sweater. Clean, rubber-soled sneakers are required for entrance onto the ice. More information on the open house week and the Olympic sport of curling can be found at www.curlingseattle. org. The curling season begins league play on Oct. 18 and runs through mid-April. A full list of available leagues and their descriptions can also be found. Large groups are welcome to attend open house week, and should e-mail openhouses@curlingseattle. org, or call 206-362-2446 to insure ice availability.

COLEMAN TAKES SECOND PLACE: Meadowdale graduate Keith Coleman took second place in the professionals division at the Western Washington Chapter PGA Pro-Member Series tournament Sept. 27 at the Sahalee Country Club. Coleman shot a 69, one stroke behind winner David Bobillot.

YMCA HOOPS: Registration for the 2004-05 YMCA youth basketball season begins Oct. 18 at the Shoreline/South County YMCA. Leagues are open to boys and girls in kindergarten through sixth grade. For more information call 206-364-1700.

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