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Want to be the next Hawthorne Wolfe? Get started now. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Sign up today to play tomorrow.

Registration is open for a new season of the Coupeville Youth Basketball Association, which is open to kids in K-5.

The season runs Jan. 9-Mar. 4, with one practice a week and games on Saturdays.

Cost is $30 per player.

The league is also looking for team sponsors, as well as volunteers to coach, ref, and run the clock.

To register your children and/or volunteer, pop over to:

https://www.coupevilleyouthbasketball.com/home

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The all-stars of the future enjoy their time in the gym. (Stevie Glover photo)

Basketball is booming in Cow Town.

A recent summer hoops camp for young hardwood stars, with current high school players working as coaches, drew a large crowd to Coupeville’s gym.

The event was put on by the Coupeville Youth Basketball Association.

CHS freshman Camden Glover imparts wisdom to his young padawan. (Kassie O’Neil photo)

Business is booming. (Morgan White photo)

Hot shots (l to r) Chase Anderson, Aiden O’Neill and Glover, ready to school the young guns. (Stevie Glover photo)

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Basketball unites different age groups. (Michelle Murdy photo)

The hardwood calls.

The Coupeville Youth Basketball Association is offering a two-day skills camp later this month for children entering grades K-6.

The camp, which runs June 21-22 at the high school gym, will give young players a chance to “improve your dribbling, shooting, passing, teamwork, and defensive skills, along with some fun competitions!”

Cost is $20 and the event is open to Coupeville School District students.

Each day will run from 9-11:30 AM, and you need to register by June 12 to ensure getting a camp t-shirt.

Payment is due the first day of camp.

For questions, contact coupeville.youth.basketball@gmail.com.

 

To register, pop over to:

https://www.coupevilleyouthbasketball.com/skills-camp

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Brad Sherman wants to see your bright, shining face every Saturday. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Be part of building a strong basketball future for Central Whidbey.

The Coupeville Youth Basketball Association has had a high turnout of players, but now needs more coaches to keep things going.

The time commitment would be one practice per week, plus one game on Saturdays, and you’ll be working with players in K-5.

Prior coaching experience is not required.

“If you’ve never coached before and don’t consider yourself a basketball wizard… that’s OK!,” said Morgan White.

“We will be providing plenty of support, guidance, and direction to help along the way.”

For info or questions, contact the CYBA at coupeville.youth.basketball@gmail.com.

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