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Sign your child up now for Central Whidbey Little League action. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Time to think about the spring.

Central Whidbey Little League is hosting an “Early Registration Day and Skills Camp” Saturday, January 18.

The event runs from noon to 2 PM at the Coupeville High School gym, and is open to children ages 5-15 who live in Central Whidbey (Coupeville and Greenbank).

All age groups (T-Ball, baseball, and fastpitch softball) are included in the skills camp.

Parents are encouraged to register their children at the league’s site — https://www.centralwhidbeylittleleague.com/ — or at the skills camp.

If you get registered by Jan. 18, you save $10.

A second registration day (at full cost) and skills camp is set for Feb. 22.

For next Saturday’s event, players are asked to wear athletic clothing and “good gym shoes.”

It’s recommended they bring their baseball and softball gear, if they have it, though some will be provided for those in need.

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They teach, you learn. (Photo courtesy Gerry Oliver)

One of the most-successful college softball programs in the nation is coming to Whidbey Island.

The University of Washington will hold a skills clinic October 26 at Oak Harbor High School for local softball players ages 8-17.

Cost is $75 for a 90-minute all-skills portion, or $50 for a 60-minute pitching clinic.

For registration info, pop back up to the photo above.

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The gym may catch on fire. (Poster courtesy Charlotte Young)

Want to get a jump start on making your volleyball future all it can be?

The Whidbey Volleyball Club opened registration for a new season Oct. 1, and tryouts are set for Oct. 28 (U14) and Nov. 18 (U15 and above).

For younger players who want to fine-tune their skills and prep for said tryouts, the club is offering a two-hour skills clinic at Coupeville High School Oct. 21.

The clinic, which runs from 2-4 PM, is open to players 14 and under, and all you need is a USAV tryout membership ($5) to participate.

For more info, pop over to:

https://sites.google.com/view/whidbeyvolleyballclub/

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   CHS softball coach Kevin McGranahan will help run a clinic Mar. 18 for Central Whidbey Little League coaches. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

If you plan on coaching with Central Whidbey Little League this season, mark Mar. 18 on your calendar.

CWLL is holding a coach’s clinic at 2 PM that day (it’s a Sunday) at the Coupeville High School gym.

Wolf softball coach Kevin McGranahan and baseball coach Chris Smith will be on hand for training, skills and drills and additional paperwork and background check info will be handed out.

Attendance is expected for anyone who will be a head coach for CWLL, as well as any assistants or parents who will be used for on-field work with players.

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