On the Move: Recreation sports listings for March 6

THE OLYMPIANMarch 6, 2012 

On the move


 • Olympia High School spring break camp, April 2-4., 9 a.m.-noon. Fee of $75 includes T-shirt. Register at osd.wednet.edu and click “baseball.” Information: Olympia coach Todd McDougall, tmcdougall@osd.wednet.edu

 • A semi-select team is looking for 12-year-old players. Fee of $475 includes uniform, winter camp, spring season and four summer tournaments. Information: 360-701-1812

 • Michael “Whitey” Spencer gives instruction Fridays and Sundays through the winter. Fee is $125 for four one-hour sessions. Information: Tara Spencer at 360-951-8071


 • Registration has started for Olympia Parks and Rec spring league. Three divisions of play run from March 26 to early/mid-June. Team fee is $625 for officiated play. Registration deadline is March 14. Information: 360-753-8380

 • Sign up girls in grades 5-8 for the 24th annual KVA Tumwater Youth Basketball season. Tournament is Saturday and Sunday. Fee: $160 per team with a four-game guarantee. Information: Dave Vernon, 360-943-3200

 • South Puget Sound Community College will host Game Time Elite training from 1-3 p.m. Saturdays and 2-4 p.m. Sundays for boys and girls in grades 6-12. Information: Xavier Florence at 360-918-6268 or gametimeskills@gmail.com

 • Olympia Reign player Mike Ward conducts training camps Tuesdays and Thursdays at Komachin Middle School for boys and girls ages 5-18. Fee is $50 a month for one session per week or $100 a month for two sessions per week. Information: 360-350-2304

 • South Sound AAU girls teams, ages 5-9; grades 5-8; grades 9-12. Information: Vanessa McClendon at 253-355-6497 or northwest magic@yahoo.com


 • Bowlers needed for leagues at Prairie Lanes: Thursday Night Mixed League, Wednesday Parent-Child League, Sunday Night Mixers, Friday Men’s League. Information: 360-458-2695

 • Senior bowlers wanted for games at 1 p.m. Mondays at Westside Lanes. Averages range from 97-200. Information: Louise Alverson, 360-786-1034

 • Powder Puff League for women on Wednesdays in Tumwater. Information: Maxine Hallmeyer, 360-352-2972


 • Thurston County Fastpitch Association is offering a pitching and skills clinic Sundays from 6-8 p.m. at Saint Martin’s University’s Charneski Recreation Center. The clinics run through March 11 and are open to girls of all skill levels and ages 6-14. Fee is $10 per session. Information: thurstoncountyfastpitch.com.

 • Ex-Black Hills High, Purdue and Central Washington player Kelsey Haupert offers lessons. Information: 360-789-6932 or email moe531@comcast.net

 • Saint Martin’s assistant coach Tana Lingl offers instruction. Information: 360-915-3780


 • Registration is being accepted for spring adult flag football leagues, which will be officiated by referees assigned by Olympia Specialty Sports Umpire Association. Games are Sunday mornings at LBA Park from April 15-June 10. Team fee is $599, and registration is due March 28. Information: 360-753-8380


 • Olympia Parks, Arts and Recreation has sign-ups for spring volleyball league with the registration deadline March 9; Fools of Spring 4 vs. 4 volleyball tournament with the registration deadline March 24; and an 11-on-11 women’s soccer league with registration deadline of Friday. Information: 360-753-8380

 • Olympia Parks, Arts and Rec is holding its Smaller Ballers program, designed to provide a positive introduction to sports, including soccer, T-ball, basketball, football and track and field, to young children. Sessions take place Tuesdays at Lincoln Elementary from 6:30-7:15 p.m., and run through May at multiple locations. Information: Olympia Parks, Arts and Rec at 360-753-8380

 • The Olympia Horseshoe Club invites new members of all ages and experience levels Mondays and Thursdays from 1-3 p.m. at Yauger Park. Information: 360-956-0627 or 360-357-6846

 • Thurston County Parks and Recreation accepts requests for use of Kenneydell and Griffin athletic fields, as well as Chehalis Western Trail. Information: 360-786-5595 or thurston-parks.org

 • Olympia Officials Association seeks basketball, volleyball and flag football refs. Information: Dan at 360-943-3424 or 360-561-8302

 • Olympia Specialty Sports Umpire Association accepts members, provides training. Information: ossua.org


 • Budd Bay Rugby Football Club is open to men and women. Practices are Tuesdays and Thursdays. Information: buddbayrugby.com


 • Registration is open for Tumwater Soccer Club’s super-mod program for kids ages 5-7 from 6-7 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays from April 11-May 18 at the Blackhills Community Soccer Complex. Registration ends April 8. Fee is $35. Information: tumwatersoccerclub.org

 • Blackhills FC Junior Academy is open to children ages 6-9. Information: James Charette, 360-943-8233

 • TC United, a program of Chinqually Booters Soccer Club, is hosting Friday Evening Player Clinics for ages U8 to U15 on March 16, 23 and 30 at the Regional Athletic Complex in Lacey. Fee is $30. Information: chinqually.org

 • Thurston County Parks and Recreation seeks USSF-certified referees for adult leagues. Full-length, 11-a-side games pay $42. Information: 360-786-5595; TDD line 360-754-2933


 • Die Hards Track and Field Club for people older than 50 meets 10:30 a.m.-noon Sundays at Ingersoll Stadium, and the first Sunday of every month at the hammer cage at The Evergreen State College. Information: 360-250-5527 or 360-956-1882


 • Officials are needed for schools in Thurston and Mason counties. Training provided. Information: Ron Zielin, 360-491-3151

 • The South Sound Youth Volleyball Academy, run by Tumwater High School coach Tana Croft, begins spring sessions Sunday evenings from April 15 through May 20 for girls in grades 1-6. Information: ssyvba.com or email Tana Croft at ssyvba@gmail.com


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