Recreation calendar | Sept. 12

Baseball, basketball, lacrosse, football, cheer

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Baseball

ISSAQUAH THUNDER BASEBALL CLUB

Tryouts for the 2009 13U Sandy Koufax team will be Saturday, Sept. 20 at Tibbetts Valley Park/Field #3 (965-12th Avenue NW, Issaquah). Contact Debbie at dmedewar@comcast.net for more information and to register.

BASEBALL JAZZ

Pro baseball instruction lessons, camps, and team clinics with instruction by former Pro Steve Goucher. More info at www.baseballjazz.com or 206 230-9011.

BASEBALL INSTRUCTION

Owned and operated by Ken Knutson of the University of Washington, and Scott Watson of ECC, Washington Basbeall Instruction is a brand-new facility in Woodinville providing baseball training programs. For more information visit www.washingtonbaseballinstruction.com.

SKILLS AND DRILLS CLASS

Put on by Stods Baseball and former pro player Steve Goucher. Call 425-643-8384 or visit www.stods.com.

PREMIER BASEBALL CLUB

Tryouts for Sandy Koufax 13U and 14U teams and 15U Mickey Mantle teams will be held soon for the 2009 season. Tryout times are posted on www.premierbaseballclub.com. Contact Steven Schaefer at 425-457-6622 or Steven@premierbaseballclub.org.

REDMOND SELECT 18U LEAGUE TRYOUTS

Coach Greg Conley is now scheduling tryouts for players 18 years and under for the 2009 Connie Mack/Babe Ruth summer baseball league. To schedule a tryout E-mail Greg at cgbase@hotmail.com or Brian at brb@mbbfpc.com.

Basketball

EASTLAKE GIRLS SELECT TRYOUTS

Eastlake Girls Select Basketball Tryouts for 5th-9th graders will take place on Sunday, Sept. 14 and Monday, Sept. 15 at the Eastlake High School gym. Grades 5-6 begin at 12:30 and Grades 7-9 at 2:30. Athlete must live within the EHS boundary, attend two try-out sessions for her grade level and bring insurance card. For more info call EGSB Director (Frank) at 425-868-5684 or www.ehsladywolves.com.

SKYLINE BOYS SELECT BASKETBALL

Pre-season clinics are being held Sunday evenings, Sept. 14 and 21st for boys in 5th through 8th grade. Tryouts for the select team will be held Sept. 27-28. For detailed information and a registration form, go to www.eteamz.active.com/skylineboysselecthoops.com.

SKYLINE BASKETBALL COACH OPENINGS

Skyline Basketball Club is hiring coaches for the 6th-8th grade select teams for the 2008-2009 season. Compensation TBD. Interested parties should contact Jon Gacek at (206) 369-5800 or jon.gacek@adic.com.

ISSAQUAH SELECT BOYS BASKETBALL

Program in grades 6-8 is hiring coaches for the 2008-09 season. These are paid positions. Interested parties should contact John Evans at 206-628-2405 or jevans@williamskastner.com.

Lacrosse

ISSAQUAH LACROSSE SIGN UPS OPEN

Issaquah Lacrosse fall youth boys and girls registration is now live for 2nd -8th graders. Go to www.issaquahyouthlacrosse.com.

EASTSIDE EAGLES GIRLS LACROSSE

Signups for 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8 grade teams. Details on www.egylax.org. E-mail info@egylax.org or call Greg & Patty Chapman at 425-788-1466.

LAKE SAMMAMISH GIRLS LACROSSE

For Lake Washington and Northshore School District 9th -12th grade students. No experience necessary. Bruce Reid at 425-822-2889 or bruce.reid@verizon.net. www.lakesammamishlacrosse.com.

Football

I-9 SPORTS CO-ED FLAG FOOTBALL

League begins on Sundays starting Sept. 14, held at Eastlake High School. Registration open for grades K-7. To register call (877) 475-2949.

COACH ISSAQUAH YOUTH FOOTBALL

Are you interested in coaching and teaching Issaquah youth the game of football? Please contact Brian Hartline at Bryhartline@hotmail.com to be considered as a coach.

Cheer

I-9 SPORTS CO-ED CLASSES

Held Sundays beginning Sept. 14 at Eastlake High School. Registration open for grades K-6. To register call (877) 475-2949.

LIBERTY BELL SPIRIT SQUAD SAMMAMISH

Come and get your spirit on! Join Liberty Bell Spirit Squad staff as they teach cheerleading classes for all levels. The fundamentals of cheerleading as well as a competition routine to be performed on Nov. 15 will be taught over the six-week session. Uniform purchase available in class (cash or check on first night) for $35, includes: T-shirt, skort and poms. Come and join the fun! To sign up, visit www.libertybells.net. You can also contact Kindra at 206-303-9859 and Kindra@libertybells.net.

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