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ISPN Sports

Legendary basketball coach Les Eathorne, 86, is the featured guest on the ISPN Sports Show, airing from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday on www.ispnsports.com.

Reach host Kevin Mac, the voice of the Kitsap BlueJackets as well as Olympic College, at (360) 373-3003.

The ISPN Sports Show is replayed throughout the week.

Officials

The Peninsula Umpires Association needs individuals who are interested in umpiring all levels of baseball and softball for the 2010 season.

Training begins in January. All scheduled meetings and key dates are available at http://peninsulaumpires.org. Interested individuals are encouraged to e-mail recruitinfo@peninsulaumpires.org or call Bob Theal at (360) 620-8779.

Indoor lacrosse

Winter indoor lacrosse sessions, hosted by the Kitsap Youth Lacrosse Association, began Dec. 6 at the Olympic Soccer & Sports Center at Pendergast Park in Bremerton.

There are youth sessions for boys in grades three through eight as well as for players in high school and up. These are pickup sessions, costing $10 each. For a registration and waiver form, visit www.kitsaplacrosse.com.

Participants are encouraged to either mail the form to KYLA or bring it to their first session along with the $10 registration fee.

Sessions are refereed and the emphasis is on stick work. Dangerous play is not tolerated.

Registration for the Spring 2010 Boys Youth Lacrosse season also is open. Those wishing to learn and play boys youth lacrosse (grades three-eight) must sign up now. Registration forms are available on the Web. The registration fee is $150 before Dec. 31 and $175 beginning Jan. 1.

For additional information, contact KYLA at (360) 824-7115.

Tennis duo wins Southwest Washington Championship

John Cattell and Laura Seaman of the Bremerton Tennis and Athletic Club won the mixed-doubles Southwest Washington regional championship tournament in Olympia Sunday to earn entry into the United States Tennis Association sectional championships in Sunriver, Ore., next summer.

Sectional championship tournaments feature teams from the Pacific Northwest as well British Columbia, Canada.

Cattell and Seaman finished their first-place season with an 8-1 record in a 10-team league, consisting of competition from Olympia, Federal Way and Tacoma, including a team from the University of Puget Sound. The duo defeated Lakewood’s Joe Yannello and Teri Durr 6-3, 6-3 to earn the regional title.

Other BATC players who competed included Christine Cattell, Eric Cole, Annette and Bill Breitfelder, Rex Boonyobhas and Ann Bazilwich.

The sectional championships are Aug. 10-13.

Rec-league hoops

The Bremerton Parks and Recreation Department is accepting team registrations for a winter adult basketball league. The league is open to players ages 16 and older. The season begins Jan. 11, running to March 18, and includes eight games plus a postseason tournament.

For additional information, call (360) 473-5427 or e-mail Scott.Evans@ci.bremerton.wa.us.

Karate

The Bremerton Parks and Recreation Department, in conjunction with Old Paths Martial Arts, is offering a Karate-Do program for students 7 years old and older.

Participants learn karate basics — kicking, rolls, falls, punching and self-defense — and the class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:15 to 6:45 p.m. at the Sheridan Park Community Center.

The sessions run for eight weeks with continuous enrollment. For additional information, call (360) 473-5427.

Kitsap Pumas

The Kitsap Soccer Club is hosting open tryouts for prospective professional players Feb. 13 and 14 at Gordon Field at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds.

The non-refundable registration fee is $50. Prospects are encouraged to pre-register via the club Web site — www.kitsapsoccerclub.com — prior to Feb. 5 because demand is high. Pre-payment options have yet to be announced.

The club also recently launched a “Scarf Kitsap — and Beyond!!!” contest. The fan who sends in the most creative photo, incorporating an official Kitsap Pumas club scarf, receives four complimentary tickets to the 2010 regular-season home opener.

Fans must post their entries to the team’s official Facebook page by April 22. Pumas players, coaches and staff will determine a winner.

Additionally, a holiday ticket package was announced Wednesday. The package includes four tickets to the Pumas’ 2010 home opener, four team caps and four team scarves. The package costs $75, the offer running until Dec. 31.

For additional information, contact club headquarters at (360) 377-6008.

On Wednesday, the club announced a loan agreement with La Paz F.C., a Bolivian team, that will allow defender Taylor Hyde to play for both clubs.

ISPN Sports

Legendary basketball coach Les Eathorne, 86, is the featured guest on the ISPN Sports Show, airing from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday on www.ispnsports.com.

Reach host Kevin Mac, the voice of the Kitsap BlueJackets as well as Olympic College, at (360) 373-3003.

The ISPN Sports Show is replayed throughout the week.

Officials

The Peninsula Umpires Association needs individuals who are interested in umpiring all levels of baseball and softball for the 2010 season.

Training begins in January. All scheduled meetings and key dates are available at http://peninsulaumpires.org. Interested individuals are encouraged to e-mail recruitinfo@peninsulaumpires.org or call Bob Theal at (360) 620-8779.

Indoor lacrosse

Winter indoor lacrosse sessions, hosted by the Kitsap Youth Lacrosse Association, began Dec. 6 at the Olympic Soccer & Sports Center at Pendergast Park in Bremerton.

There are youth sessions for boys in grades three through eight as well as for players in high school and up. These are pickup sessions, costing $10 each. For a registration and waiver form, visit www.kitsaplacrosse.com.

Participants are encouraged to either mail the form to KYLA or bring it to their first session along with the $10 registration fee.

Sessions are refereed and the emphasis is on stick work. Dangerous play is not tolerated.

Registration for the Spring 2010 Boys Youth Lacrosse season also is open. Those wishing to learn and play boys youth lacrosse (grades three-eight) must sign up now. Registration forms are available on the Web. The registration fee is $150 before Dec. 31 and $175 beginning Jan. 1.

For additional information, contact KYLA at (360) 824-7115.

Tennis duo wins Southwest Washington Championship

John Cattell and Laura Seaman of the Bremerton Tennis and Athletic Club won the mixed-doubles Southwest Washington regional championship tournament in Olympia Sunday to earn entry into the United States Tennis Association sectional championships in Sunriver, Ore., next summer.

Sectional championship tournaments feature teams from the Pacific Northwest as well British Columbia, Canada.

Cattell and Seaman finished their first-place season with an 8-1 record in a 10-team league, consisting of competition from Olympia, Federal Way and Tacoma, including a team from the University of Puget Sound. The duo defeated Lakewood’s Joe Yannello and Teri Durr 6-3, 6-3 to earn the regional title.

Other BATC players who competed included Christine Cattell, Eric Cole, Annette and Bill Breitfelder, Rex Boonyobhas and Ann Bazilwich.

The sectional championships are Aug. 10-13.

Rec-league hoops

The Bremerton Parks and Recreation Department is accepting team registrations for a winter adult basketball league. The league is open to players ages 16 and older. The season begins Jan. 11, running to March 18, and includes eight games plus a postseason tournament.

For additional information, call (360) 473-5427 or e-mail Scott.Evans@ci.bremerton.wa.us.

Karate

The Bremerton Parks and Recreation Department, in conjunction with Old Paths Martial Arts, is offering a Karate-Do program for students 7 years old and older.

Participants learn karate basics — kicking, rolls, falls, punching and self-defense — and the class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:15 to 6:45 p.m. at the Sheridan Park Community Center.

The sessions run for eight weeks with continuous enrollment. For additional information, call (360) 473-5427.

Kitsap Pumas

The Kitsap Soccer Club is hosting open tryouts for prospective professional players Feb. 13 and 14 at Gordon Field at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds.

The non-refundable registration fee is $50. Prospects are encouraged to pre-register via the club Web site — www.kitsapsoccerclub.com — prior to Feb. 5 because demand is high. Pre-payment options have yet to be announced.

The club also recently launched a “Scarf Kitsap — and Beyond!!!” contest. The fan who sends in the most creative photo, incorporating an official Kitsap Pumas club scarf, receives four complimentary tickets to the 2010 regular-season home opener.

Fans must post their entries to the team’s official Facebook page by April 22. Pumas players, coaches and staff will determine a winner.

Additionally, a holiday ticket package was announced Wednesday. The package includes four tickets to the Pumas’ 2010 home opener, four team caps and four team scarves. The package costs $75, the offer running until Dec. 31.

For additional information, contact club headquarters at (360) 377-6008.

On Wednesday, the club announced a loan agreement with La Paz F.C., a Bolivian team, that will allow defender Taylor Hyde to play for both clubs.

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