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A broadcast of yesterday’s Klahowya-Steilacoom football game will be replayed throughout the day today and tomorrow at The ISPN Sports Show is live from 10 a.m. to noon tomorrow. Fans also can listen to Larry Dixon’s record-breaking run by clicking “Replay & On Demand” at the ISPN Sports homepage.

Pumas re-sign Mohn, Lee, Gordley

The Kitsap Pumas have exercised club contract options on defenders Mark Lee and Stephen Mohn and forward Eli Gordley.

Mohn was the first player ever signed by the club, Lee was one of two Pumas to be named to the 2009 All-League team and Gordley overcame injuries to make a solid contribution to the 2009 club. Lee started every match of the Pumas’ inaugural season, leading the team in minutes played with 1,340. Both Mohn and Lee enter their fourth year in the United Soccer Leagues Premier Development League.

“We’re glad to have them back, they are excellent players and people,” said club owner Robin Waite.

“I’m looking to put up more goals next season,” Gordley added. “I was nowhere near where I thought I should have been last year.”

Basketball training sessions

High school boys basketball players are invited to attend training sessions from 5 to 7 p.m. Oct. 25 and Nov. 1 and 8 to prepare for the upcoming season.

Each session will consist of skill development and conditioning with 30 minutes of controlled scrimmages. Players may attend as few or as many sessions as they wish.

The sessions are at Crosspoint Academy (formerly King’s West School), 4012 Chico Way NW in Bremerton. Cost is $30 per individual session or $100 for all four sessions. For additional information, visit or call Rick Walker at (360) 271-4831.

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