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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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Club volleyball vet Lucy Tenore pounds a winner in a high school match. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Time to start thinking about club volleyball.

The Whidbey Volleyball Club, which will have two teams this season, has set tryouts and registration is live on its web site.

Info on tryouts, set for Oct. 30 and Nov. 20, can be found in the photos below.

For more info and to register, pop over to:

https://www.whidbeyvolleyball.org/home

 

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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.

For more info and to register, pop over to:

https://www.centralwhidbeysoccer.com/Default.aspx?tabid=1508117

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Want to play sports or participate in activities for Coupeville High School or Middle School? Get thee to a computer. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Do a little work now, and a lot less work later.

That’s the plan, as Coupeville High School and Middle School launch a new online program for parents to register their children for athletics and activities.

The schools are partnering with Final Forms, an online forms and data management service.

All parents and students will be required to use the program starting this fall, but things are being launched now to ease the transition.

“It replaces all of our hard copies and will make communication between the athletic department, coaches, families, and students much more streamlined and instantaneous,” said CHS/CMS Athletic Director Willie Smith.

The program covers all Wolf athletic programs, as well as activities such as robotics and drama.

Final Forms saves data from season-to-season and year-to-year, erasing the need to enter the same information more than once.

Information can be verified online at any point, with signatures required once per year, as well as after updates.

“Thank you for your assistance in streamlining our paperwork,” Smith said.

 

To register, pop over to:

https://coupeville-wa.finalforms.com/

 

Sign-up info:

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It’s almost time for the high, hard cheese to be served. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Spring creeps ever closer.

While snow and frost are making a comeback, the promise of baseball and softball season is on the horizon.

With that in mind, Central Whidbey Little League is making a push to get as many kids signed up as possible, while also remaining on the lookout for adults willing to volunteer as coaches and umpires.

You don’t need any prior experience, as the CWLL will provide training, which is described as “not too intensive.”

The final day of registration for players is Friday, Mar. 4.

To sign up your kids, pop over to:

https://www.centralwhidbeylittleleague.com/Default.aspx?tabid=945573

If you have questions or are interested in coaching or making “safe” and “out” calls, you can contact the CWLL at centralwhidbeyll@gmail.com.

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