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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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Release the Kracken!

Want to play select basketball but don’t want to spend every day traveling off Whidbey for practice?

You’re in luck, at least if you’re a girl in grades 2-7 (or the parent of said girl).

Whidbey Elite, a competitive AAU program, is launching in Oak Harbor, and hopes to draw players from the entire Island.

Tryouts are Mar. 28 at Oak Harbor High School and the season runs April-August.

The squad will practice twice a week, with an optional third training day, and compete in tournaments throughout the Pacific Northwest,

For all the particulars, info registration or to contact team officials, hop over to:

http://www.whidbeyhoops.com/

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Whidbey Island spikers ages 10-18, like Lucy Sandahl, are invited to try out for a new (John Fisken photo)

   Spikers ages 10-18, like Lucy Sandahl, are invited to try out for the new Whidbey Volleyball Club. (John Fisken photo)

There’s a new volleyball program on the Island and the people behind it want to meet you.

The Whidbey Volleyball Club, which will be open to players ages 10-18, has two parent/player meetings coming up to answer questions before team tryouts.

The meetings are Nov. 14 at the Coupeville High School gym and Nov. 15 at Oak Harbor High School’s Student Union Building.

Both events kick off at 7 PM.

WVC is a nonprofit organization and a member of the Puget Sound Region of USA Junior Volleyball.

Tryouts are Nov. 20 at Oak Harbor High School (registration starts at 12:30, with tryouts from 1:30-3:30).

The season runs through the spring.

For more info contact Coupeville High School volleyball coach Cory Whitmore at (509) 347-6301 or cwhitmore@coupeville.k12.wa.us or club director Katelyn Posego at (360) 525-5573 or kvposego@gmail.com.

You can also get more info by bouncing over to https://sites.google.com/site/whidbeyvolleyballclub/ or http://www.psrvb.org/.

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Age 14 or under and love softball? You could soon be in this picture. (Photo courtesy Mimi Johnson)

   Age 14 or under and love softball? You could soon be in this picture. (Photo courtesy Mimi Johnson)

Want to play select softball on Whidbey? Now’s your time.

Island Tsunami Fastpitch Softball is holding tryouts Aug. 10-11 for players interested in joining the current 12U squad or a newly-forming 14U team.

Tryouts will be at Rhododendron Park from 6-8 PM both nights, with registration starting at 5:30.

If players are unable to attend those tryout nights, private tryouts can also be set up.

For more info contact islandtsunamifastpitch@gmail.com.

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Breanne Smedley

Volleyball guru Breanne Smedley. (John Fisken photo)

Have a burning desire to take your volleyball skills to a higher level?

Then the Whidbey Fury want to hear from you.

The local club team, which recently added Coupeville High School coach Breanne Smedley as an assistant director, will be holding parent informational meetings and tryouts for girls ages 10-18.

There will be two parent/player meetings, with the first one 7 PM Wednesday, Oct. 21 in the CHS Health Room (just inside the main doors of the high school gym).

A second meeting will be held 7 PM Nov. 4 at the North Whidbey Middle School gym in Oak Harbor.

Tryouts will be held at North Whidbey Middle School and broken down by age groups.

Girls ages 10-14 will tryout Nov. 11 from 4-6 PM while those who are 15-18 will go Nov. 15, also from 4-6.

Registration begins at 3 PM both days.

Players will be evaluated on existing and potential skill level, effort and attitude, sportsmanship and interaction with coaches and other athletes.

You should have court shoes and water with you.

To register before tryouts, go to www.psrvb.org and select “Whidbey Fury” as your club. You will pay an initial $5 tryout fee to PSR.

Copy and print off your registration and bring it with you to the tryouts.

The Whidbey Fury play USA club volleyball.

For more information, pop over to the team’s website at:

http://www.whidbeyfury.com/default.aspx

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