On the Move: Recreation sports listings for April 3

THE OLYMPIANApril 3, 2012 

On the move

Baseball

 • Capital High School’s spring break clinic is April 5-6 at the high school’s Waits Field. Fee is $80 for both days and includes a Capital baseball Phiten athletic necklace. Group rates available for six or more. Information: 360-596-8071.

 • 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.

Basketball

 • DAP Hoops basketball personal training, conducted by Derrick Pringle Sr., takes place Saturdays through April. Fee is $25 per one-hour session or eight sessions for $160. Information: coachdp@daphoops.com.

 • Space is open for eighth- and ninth-grade girls for Northwest Magic, a nonprofit girls basketball program. Information: Vanessa McClendon, 253-355-6497 or coachvanessa@ northwestmagic.org.

 • 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.

 • North Thurston High graduate Derrick Pringle, the women’s basketball coach at Simpson (Calif.) University, is hosting “Spring Bash,” a tournament for varsity boys and girls, May 18-20, at the Simpson campus in Redding, Calif. Fee of $300 guarantees four games. Registration deadline is April 25. Information: www.daphoops.com or simpsonu.edu.

BOWLING

 • 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.

FASTPITCH

 • 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.

FOOTBALL

 • Timberline High School’s Blazers Youth Camp is 9 a.m.-noon June 25-27 at South Sound Stadium for boys and girls in grades 1-8. Fee of $60 includes a backpack. Information: www.timberlineblazerfootball.com.

 • Washington Cavaliers adult amateur team seeks players. Information: 360-480-1212.

GYMNASTICS

 • Olympia Parks, Arts and Recreation offers youth classes. Four-week fee: $24. Information: 360-753-8380.

Miscellaneous

 • Olympia Parks, Arts and Rec’s Smaller Ballers program is 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 Recreation at 360-753-8380.

 • Thurston County Youth Football League (TCYFL), which provides football and cheerleading for children ages 7-13, is accepting registration for the 2012 season. Information: www.tcyfl.com.

 • 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 referees. Information: Dan at 360-943-3424 or 360-561-8302.

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

RuGBY

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

SOCCER

 • 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.

 • 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.

SOFTBALL

 • Olympia Parks, Arts & Recreation is offering men’s and coed softball leagues for several divisions at Yauger Park starting May 21. Team fee is $675 for a minimum 12 games. Registration deadline is May 4. Information: 360-753-8380.

TRACK AND FIELD

 • 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.

Volleyball

 • Officials are needed for schools in Thurston and Mason counties. Training provided. Information: Bill Mills, 360-357-5206.

 • 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.

WRESTLING

 • Capital High School wrestling is holding its Cougar Gold wrestling club Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7 p.m. at the high school wrestling portable. The free club is for high school-age boys and girls to learn freestyle and Greco-Roman techniques. Information: Capital wrestling coach John Jones, 360-791-1419.

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