Sports Briefs for July 14: Craig Parks and Rec offering upcoming opportunities for youth
July 14, 2012
Registrations for tackle football and Pom Pom Pups Cheerleading are now being accepted by Craig Parks and Recreation.
The tackle football league is available for children in third through sixth grade, and will involve practices and games three days per week.
The season begins in August. Registration costs $50.
For more information on the league or how to become a certified coach or official, call 826-2029.
Pom Pom Pups is a cheerleading class for children in first through fifth grades.
It will start with basic clapping techniques and teach more advanced cheers as well.
Pom Pom Pups will also have cheering opportunities starting in August at Doak Walker football games.
Practice will begin in mid-July, and a $30 fee is required for a cheer shirt and pom-poms. For more information, call 826-2004.
The deadline to register for both is Wednesday.
Middle School volleyball camp at MCHS accepting registrationMiddle School volleyball camp at MCHS accepting registration
Middle School volleyball camp at MCHS accepting registration
Moffat County High School volleyball coach Sandy Camilletti will lead a volleyball camp at the high school for seventh- and eighth-grade girls interested in the sport.
The camp will run from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. July 24 through 26 and will focus on teaching campers fundamentals and individual skills.
Registration forms can be picked up at Mountain West Insurance, 100 E. Victory Way.
The fee for the three-day camp is $20.
Registration will close July 20.
Forms must be returned to Camilletti at Mountain West.
For additional information or for questions, call Camilletti at 367-6231.
Youth Hockey looking for coaches to travel with teamYouth Hockey looking for coaches to travel with team
Youth Hockey looking for coaches to travel with team
The Craig Youth Hockey Association is looking for volunteer coaches to travel with the team.
Each age group needs volunteers: 9 to 10 "squirt" division, 11 to 12 "peewees," 13 to 14 "bantams" and 15 to 18 "midgets."
The hockey association is available to help children and teenagers who want to learn to play the sport, whether it's learning how to skate or basics on how the game is played.
The program, gearing up for its second year, serves children ages 5 to 18.
Anyone interested in being involved should contact Rick Villa, CYHA Director of Coaches, at 824-6627 or 629-9367.
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