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Fastpitch registration

Kitsap Peninsula Youth Fastpitch Council is pleased to provide the following contact information for fastpitch associations. Registration is upcoming for recreation leagues. Girls ages 5-16 years old are eligible to play. Each association’s boundaries are decided by the high school district in which athletes are currently living. Contact the appropriate association for specific registration information.

• Bremerton Girls Softball Association: Bgsa07@yahoo.com

• North Kitsap: City of Poulsbo Department of Parks & Recreation

• North Mason Girls Softball Association: Keith Palmer (360) 275-0494

• Silverdale Girls Fastpitch Association: www.sgfa.org

• South Kitsap Girls Softball Association: http://eteamz.active.com/skgsa/

• Tracyton Fastpitch Association: www.tracytonfastpitch.org or tracytonfastpitch@hotmail.com

Cheer sign-up

Infinity Cheer Force All-Star Cheerleading is enrolling through Feb. 25. Enroll Wednesday 7 to 9:30 a.m. and Sunday 2 to 5 p.m. at Zero Gravity Athletics in Poulsbo. Teens ages 14 to 18 invited. Cheerleading and tumbling experience desired, but not required. For more information, call (360) 307-8187 or (360) 698-1988, or visit www.zerogravityathletics.net/infiniti.html.

Bangor Navy Baseball Club

Did you play varsity, college or minor league baseball? Tired of softball? Want to play baseball again? Bangor Navy Baseball Club is looking for players to play in the NABA Westsound league this summer.

Must be in the military, stationed at either Bremerton or Bangor and not deployed from May to October 2009.

There will be a tryout Feb. 16 at the Zone Sportsplex in Poulsbo. If you cannot make that date and want schedule an individual workout, contact YN1(SS) Mike Sarafin at (360) 813-2673 or bangorbaseball@hotmail.com.

For more information and updates, visit www.hometeamsonline.com/teams/BANGORBASEBALL.

Kitsap Youth Lacrosse

The Kitsap Youth Lacrosse Association (KYLA) is accepting registrations for boys in grades five through eight for spring teams. There will be two teams, one for fifth- and sixth-graders and one for seventh- and eighth-graders. Third- and fourth-graders are welcome to “play up” up on the fifth- and sixth-grade team. The teams are open to all students in the Bremerton, Central, North and South Kitsap school district boundaries. Youth from private schools are welcome. The deadline is Feb. 7. The registration fee is $125. All team members also must be members of KYLA. The membership fee is $5.

Practices and games are at Seabeck Elementary School. Practices start Feb. 10 and are from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Games are Saturdays. These are “mixed” teams with both beginners and experienced players, so there will be ample opportunity to play and learn. This is the best way for players to learn lacrosse and be ready to play in high school.

Mouth guards and cleats are required. Some loaner gear is available. For registration forms, visit www.kitsaplacrosse.com.

Women’s lacrosse officiating clinic

The Washington Women’s Lacrosse Umpires Association (WWLUA) is hosting a new officials’ clinic from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Feb. 22 at the Bainbridge Island Fire Department Conference Room, 8895 Madison Ave. NE on Bainbridge Island. Anyone who is interested in earning some extra cash with flexible work times and likes sports is encouraged to sign up.

The clinic, which covers rules, calls and hand signals, is seven hours of classroom training. Preseason on-field training will be provided March 8 at Auburn Mountainview High School, 28900 124th Ave. SE in Auburn.

Fees for games range from $25 to $45 depending on rating and level of play (youth, high school, college).

The fee for the clinic is $50. Registration information is on the WWLUA Web site, www.wwlua.org. For additional information, contact Val Torrens at (360) 697-1397.

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