Posts Tagged ‘spring’

Same sport, different look.

The Central Whidbey Soccer Club has opened registration for a spring season, though the ongoing pandemic will give things a slightly different look.

Practices begin April 12, but there won’t be games, at least at first.

The CWSC will operate an “Academy”-style season, with the hope that some “special events may be held on an occasional weekend.”

If that happens, players and parents will be notified well in advance.

Because of the change in format, registration has been reduced to $30 a player, which covers the player fee with the state and a CWSC t-shirt.

Five programs are currently offered — U10 teams for boys and girls, U12 teams for boys and girls, and a U15 coed team.

For more info and to register, pop over to:

Home (centralwhidbeysoccer.com)

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Snow is still falling in some areas, but spring soccer is on the horizon. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Want to be the next great soccer star in Coupeville?

If so, it’s time to kick-start your parents into signing you up for Central Whidbey Soccer Club’s spring season.

Registration, which just opened, closes Mar. 22.

First practices are Mar. 25, with games beginning Apr. 13.

The club offers teams at five age levels – U6, U8, U10, U12, and U15.

For more info on things such as how you tell where the cutoff for age groups is, or to register, bounce over to:


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(John Fisken photo)

   Sign your child up for little league and they could be the next Landon Roberts. Well, maybe not as cool … but close. (John Fisken photo)

Four days to make the dream come true.

Central Whidbey Little League wraps up registration 8 PM Wednesday, Mar. 8, and there’s a definite need still existing for a specific type of child.

Know a kid between ages 9 and 10? Get them off the couch, off their phone and on the field.

CWLL needs at least three more girls for minors softball and has a bit of a quandary with minors baseball.

The league currently has too many players for one team, but not quite enough to field two teams.

So you, yes you, and that child you know, could be the difference. You could save your little league!!

For more info and a way to register (and get me off your back) pop over to:


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Sylvia Hurlburt (John Fisken photos)

   Track titan Sylvia Hurlburt is super-psyched to go run in the cold rain and wind. (John Fisken photos)

Wolf seniors (l to r) CJ Smith, Cole Payne and Brenden Gilbert

   Wolf seniors (left to right) CJ Smith, Cole Payne and Brenden Gilbert spend some time bonding on picture day.

Spring is here.

Well, maybe not weather wise, but the Coupeville High School sports calendar says it’s almost time to pretend otherwise.

All five Wolf teams will kick off their season within the next week, and all here on the Island.

Boys’ soccer is up first, followed quickly (weather permitting) by softball and baseball, then girls’ tennis and, finally, track and field.

The CHS booters will host a jamboree at Mickey Clark Field this Friday (3 PM), with South Whidbey, Skyline and Lake Stevens in attendance, while Wolf baseball heads to Oak Harbor High School Saturday for its own taste of jamboree life.

The diamond men will play three-inning games against South Whidbey (12:30) and Oak Harbor (2 PM).

That same day, the Wolf softball squad is scheduled to be the first to play a real, full game, hosting South Whidbey (12 PM) in a non-conference tilt.

Wrapping up the openers for each Coupeville squad, tennis hosts Granite Falls (3:30 PM) Monday, Mar. 14 and track travels to Oak Harbor (3:30 PM) Thursday, Mar. 17 for the Island Jamboree.

And somewhere Mother Nature just laughs and laughs.

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