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Sunday or bust!

The Central Whidbey Soccer Club wraps up registration for its fall season at midnight Aug. 14.

The league offers teams ranging from U6 to U15 and is particularly in need of U12 boys (born in 2011-2012) as it tries to fill out rosters.

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Time to kick some fanny on the soccer pitch. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Are you a girl, born in 2007 or 2008, and want to play soccer?

Then get your parents crackin’, cause there’s just eight days left to sign up for the Central Whidbey Soccer Club spring season.

The league wants players of all ages, and talent levels, but is especially hoping for those who could play on a U12 girls team.

To field a team, CWSC needs nine players, and, as of this moment, has just four.

“If we can’t find girls by Mar. 22, we won’t have a U12 team for girls, and that is heartbreaking,” said Michelle Cernick.

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   Want to play (or coach) youth soccer in Coupeville? Now is your time. (Photo courtesy Michelle Cernick)

The future of Coupeville soccer is being built today.

Registration for Central Whidbey Soccer Club’s spring season, which features teams from U6 to U15, runs Feb. 1-Mar. 18.

The club is also looking for people interested in coaching boys U10 and U12 and girls U10 teams and volunteers interested in joining its board of directors.

In the words of club insiders, they are “always looking for new blood, new ideas and new leadership.”

The search for coaches is of extreme importance.

If the three slots aren’t filled, CWSC would have to likely forego fielding those teams.

“Without coaches these kids won’t get to play,” Michelle Cernick said. “Last season we couldn’t have a U10 team because we didn’t have anyone to coach the team.

“It was really sad and I felt for them,” she added. “The last thing that I like to do is tell a kid that they can’t play because we can’t find a place for them.”

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