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Wolverine youth flag football under way

  • Tuesday, February 10, 2009 12:24am
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Wolverine youth flag football under way

Wolverine flag football is under way, but spots are still available. Registration for tackle football is coming soon. For information visit the Web site at www.wolverinejuniorfootball.com.

Enumclaw High hosts meeting for parents

Enumclaw High School will host Bruce Brown and “The Role of Parents in Athletics” at 7 p.m. March 2 in the Enumclaw High auditorium.

This event is designed exclusively for parents and coaches.

It is natural for a parent to enjoy their child’s participation in athletics but the set of skills required to optimize the experience must be learned. Brown is one of the finest resources in the land to provide this information, said EHS Athletic Director Tim Tubbs. The school district sends coaches to clinics, puts teachers through inservice training and provides week after week of lessons to athletes, Tubbs said. Now it is the parents’ turn.

There is no fee for the March 2 session.

This program is open to parents and coaches of middle or high school athletes.

For information, call Tubbs at 360-802-7718.

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