Sports notices

Klahowya mini-cheer clinic

The Klahowya cheerleaders are hosting a Fall Mini-Cheer Clinic from 9 a.m. to noon tomorrow at KSS.

The clinic is open to all students in kindergarten through seventh grade. Mini cheerleaders will learn a cheer, a dance and some basic cheer techniques. At the end of the clinic, there will be a performance for parents and family members.

Cost is $25 for the first mini-cheerleader and $45 for two or more family members (includes a set of pompoms). Pre-registration is recommended, but onsite registration also is available.

Registration packets are available online at

Pumas McTakeover

The Kitsap Pumas took over the McDonald’s on Silverdale Way Wednesday evening in a fund-raising event for the Puma “Cubs” program.

The program raises money for underprivileged kids, giving them the opportunity to learn and play soccer from the Pumas’ professional players and coaches.

Youth flag football

The November Classic Youth (E String) Flag Football Tournament begins at 10 a.m. Nov. 21 at Carpenter Field in Bremerton.

Warren Avenue, North Perry, East Bremerton, Tracyton and other teams are set to compete. The tournament is being hosted by Warren Avenue Pee Wees.

All flag football teams that participated this season in Pee Wees are encouraged to attend.

For additional information, contact Gary Sinclair at

Basketball training session

High school boys basketball players are invited to attend a training session from 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 8 to prepare for the upcoming season.

The session will consist of skill development and conditioning with 30 minutes of controlled scrimmages.

The session, instructed by Rick Walker and Craig Murray, is at Crosspoint Academy (formerly King’s West School), 4012 Chico Way NW in Bremerton. Cost is $30. For additional information, visit or call Rick Walker at (360) 271-4831.

Baseball Pitchers School

The Baseball Pitchers School — 4940 Auto Center Blvd. in Bremerton — is accepting registrations for individual and team sessions. For additional information and available dates and times, visit, e-mail or call (253) 241-7381.

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