Sports scene

  • <br>Enterprise staff
  • Friday, February 29, 2008 11:34am

Items for Sports Scene should be submitted by 5 p.m. the Monday before the desired publication 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, WA 98036. Remember to include a phone number with area code and expiration date. Items are published on a space-available basis only.

NKC SIGNUPS: North King County Little League is forming new programs for boys and girls ages 5-18, including T-ball, baseball and softball and “Challenger” programs for physically and mentally challenged youth. NKC Little League serves youth residing in the cities of Lake Forest Park and Shoreline east of the I-5 corridor.

Register from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Jan. 24 at Third Place Books. Players should bring a birth certificate copy, physician and insurance information, proof of residency and payment. Managers, coaches, umpires and parent volunteers must also register in person and should bring a copy of their current driver’s license. Player fees range from $70 to $110. After Jan. 24, new and returning players requesting to play will be placed on a waiting list, subject to space availability. Information: League Line, 206-362-6316 or visit

UMPIRES NEEDED: Richmond Little League is in need of umpires and a registrar. Richmond offers training, resource materials and support. If you are interesting in umpiring, e-mail: or call 546-BALL.

SALMON CHAPTER: The Edmonds Laebugten Salmon Chapter’s January program is set for 7 p.m. Jan. 28 at the South Snohomish County Senior Center (220 Railraod Ave., Edmonds). Dave and Nathan from the Avid Angler will be giving a clinic on fly fishing steelhead in local waters. They will be demonstrating techniques and patterns that are proven fish catchers. Information: Tom Hall, 425-774-3631 or e-mail

POGGIE CLUB: Become more informed on how to fish for salmon by participating in the Seattle Poggie Club salmon fishing classes. The courses provides lectures, detailed instruction and techniques on mooching, jigging, downriggers, gear, knots, tides and currents, bait cutting and lures, best area fishing locations and much more. Classes meet from 7-9:30 p.m. every Thursday from March 11-April 8 at the Northwest Senior Center (5429 32nd Ave. NW., Ballard). Cost for the five classes is $60 per person, $30 for each additional family member. Information: Alfredo Herard, 206-364-6361; Stan Freed, 206-527-9118; or visit

HOOPS TOURNEYS: Washington Tournament Association is hosting two basketball tournaments for boys and girls in grades 5-9 on Feb. 21-22 and 29-29 at Edmonds Community College. Teams will play a minimum of four games. Entry fee is $230 per team and includes awards and a skills competition. Information: 425-744-1860, or e-mail, or visit

GIRLS HOOPS: Basketball School of Instruction is having tryouts for girls in grades 8-11 for summer travel teams at 5 p.m. Jan. 25 at Edmonds Community College. Information: visit, call 425-673-4876 or e-mail BSI is also looking to add players in grades 5-8 to its girls basketball teams. Information: 425-744-1860.

BASEBALL CAMPS: Maynard’s is offering Monday night hitting camps and Friday night pitching camps from 6-8 p.m through May. Drop-ins welcome. Maynard’s is also looking for select players ages 13-16. Information: 425-355-1810 or e-mail

HOOPS CAMPS: Basketball School of Instruction is offering winter camps for girls in grades 5-7 from 3-5 p.m. Jan. 25 and Feb. 8 and 15 at Edmonds Community College. Information: visit, call 425-673-4876 or e-mail

BASEBALL CLINICS: Northwest Baseball Academy is now accepting registrations for January, February and March hitting and pitching clinics. Hitting clinics will take place on Saturdays at the facility in South Everett and pitching clinics will take place on Sundays at Terrace Park Gym in Mountlake Terrace. Information: 425-482-6922, e-mail: or

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