Sports Scene

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  • Friday, February 29, 2008 11:34am

Items for Sports Scene should be submitted by 5 p.m. the Monday before the desired publication date. Remember to include a phone number with area code and an expiration date. Information may be sent via e-mail to, by fax to 425-774-8622 or by mail to: Sports editor, The Enterprise, 4303 198th St. SW., Lynnwood, Wash. 98036. Items are published on a space-available basis only.

BALL HANDLING CAMP: Advantage Basketball camps are offering 20 ball handling and shooting camps this summer. Information: 425-670-8877 or www.advantage

SPRING TOURNEY: AAU Washington Girls Basketball hosts a spring invitational tournament for girls teams in grades 4 through varsity May 29-30 at Jackson High School. Information: 425-670-8877 or www.washingtongirls

CHEER DANCE SKATE PROGRAM: The Lynnwood Ice Arena will be offering a six-week cheer dance skating program starting May 15 and June 26. This new team and individual sports combines the artistry of figure skating, the power of ice hockey, the dynamics of cheerleading and the creativity of dance. Participants will learn cheer motions, skating skills and a set routine that will be performed at the end of the program. The fee for the class is $95. The arena has registration forms.


ATM CAMPS: The Archbishop Murphy High School Athletic Department is offering football and basketball camps during the month of June for youth entering grades 4-9 this fall. The football camp will be June 8-10 and the basketball camp will be June 21-25. Information: 425-385-3464.

GRAND SLAM BASEBALL CAMPS: Grand Slam Baseball Camps offers camps for youth ages 7-12 July 26-30 in Lynnwood. Current college players and high school coaches are the instructors. The fee is $99. Information: 360-802-2232 or www.grandslam

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE HOOPS CAMP: The city of Mountlake Terrace and Mountlake Terrace High School host a basketball camp for players ages 7-15 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. June 23-25 in the Mountlake Terrace High School gym. Fees are: $45 for residents, $55 for non-residents (includes T-shirt). Boys coach Nalin Sood is among the instructors. Guest speakers will talk about conditioning and nutrition.

Information: 425-670-7311 ext. 5022.

HOCKEY PROGRAM: The Seattle Junior Hockey Association invites youth ages 5-9 to try hockey for free from noon to 3 p.m. May 15 at the Lynnwood Ice Center, 19503 68th Ave. W. Skating and hockey instruction will be provided along with free equipment. Information: 425-672-7744 or

SENIOR SOFTBALL: The Edmonds Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department invites all seniors, 55 and older, to join its senior softball league. Play starts the week of May 4 and concludes at the end of July. Games are played Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 10 and 11:30 a.m. at the Meadowdale Playfields. Information: 425-771-0229.

YOST POOL: Yost Park Pool opens for its 32nd season on May 29. Discount swim seasonable passes are available May 3-June 4 at the Frances Anderson Center. Information: 425-771-0230.

TRACK PROGRAM: The Edmonds Boys and Girls Club offers a track and field program for youth in grade 4-8. Activities include long jump, high jump, shot put and softball throw. Fee is $25. Information: 425-774-0630.

CYCLONES FOOTBALL: The Edmonds Cyclones Junior football team is accepting signups for the 2004 season for King and Snohomish county players ages 6-14. Sign up in person from 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays at the team’s office, 7901 212th St. SW. #205 in Edmonds. Information: 425-673-1924 or

VIKINGS SEEK PLAYERS/STAFF: The Snohomish County Vikings semi-pro football team is looking to add players at all positions for the 2004 Northwest Football League season.

The team is also in need of a statistician and video crew for home and away games and a public address announcer for home games (at Edmonds Stadium).

Information: Vikings owner/head coach Wes Fischer, e—mail at or 360-793-0477.

SPRING BASKETBALL LEAGUE: The Snohomish County Spring Youth Basketball League will begin May 16 with games played Sundays at various Snohomish County locations. Divisions include boys and girls grades 4-9. Information: 360-794-0655 or

E-W GOLF TOURNEY: The ninth annual Edmonds-Woodway High School golf tournament will be May 15 at Nile Country Club. The format is a four-person scramble. The fee is $65 and includes 18 holes of golf, lunch and chances to win prizes. Information: Rosemary Fraine, 425-670-7311, ext. 5824.

MEADOWDALE HOOPS CAMP: The eighth annual Meadowdale High School Youth Basketball Camp will be July 19-22 at the high school. There will be three sessions: K through fourth-grade; boys, grades 5-9; and girls, grades 5-9. Instructors include Mead

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