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Sports Briefs

DHS preps for fall sports registration

DALLAS — Registration for the fall sports season at Dallas High School begins Monday.

Student-athletes need to complete their registration by Aug. 14.

Those who have not registered by Aug. 14 will not be able to practice on Aug. 18, the first official day of fall practices.

The Dallas High athletic office will be closed on Aug. 15.

Registration cost is $125 for all sports except cheerleading, which is $75. Those qualifying for free or reduced lunch must provide the letter received from the district office in order to receive the discounted fees of $62.50 (for reduced lunch recipients) and $25 (for free lunch recipients).

Paperwork is available online at the Dallas High School athletics page under “athletic forms.” It will also be available outside the athletic office beginning Monday.

For more information: 503-831-1976.

Central to host fall sports sign-ups

INDEPENDENCE — Fall sports registration at Central High School begins Monday. Student-athletes must turn in completed registration packets by Aug. 14 with official practices beginning Aug. 18.

The cost is $50 for all sports.

The office will be open from 1 to 3 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m. each day.

Paperwork is available outside the athletic office beginning Monday.

Central High is offering sports physicals on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Panther Pit. The cost is $10.

PHS athletic forms due by Aug. 13

PERRYDALE — Perrydale High School will be accepting fall sports registration on Tuesday from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Aug. 13 from noon to 7 p.m.

Student-athletes must have packets turned in to be eligible for the first day of fall practices, which begin Aug. 18.

The cost is $120 per sport with a $475 cap.

For more information: 503-623-2040.

Central High to host football camp

INDEPENDENCE — Central High School is hosting youth and high school football camps beginning Monday.

The camps, which run through Aug. 14, cost $10 per athlete.

The youth camp is open for students in grades three through eight and runs from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

The high school camp runs from 6:30 to 8:45 p.m.

Both camps will focus on fundamental skills on offense and defense. Registration will take place prior to the camps on Monday.

For more information: Shane Hedrick, shed-rick@central.k12.or.us.

Dallas QB Club fundraiser nearing

DALLAS — Registration continues for the 21st annual Dallas Quarterback Club Golf Tournament, a fundraiser for the group that supports youth and high school football programs in the Dallas community.

The tournament is scheduled for Aug. 16 at Dallas Golf Club, 11875 Orrs Corner Road, Dallas. It features an 18-hole, four-person scramble with a shotgun start. Check-in is at 8 a.m., with play beginning at 9 a.m.

Cost is $60 per player, $55 for members of Dallas Golf Club, and includes green fees, lunch, a start pack and prizes. Mulligans (limited to two per person) will be available for purchase. Minimum age is 18 to participate.

Space is limited as the event is restricted to the first 13 teams. Individual entries are also welcome. Event sponsorships and donations of prizes are also being sought.

For more information: George Naughton, 503-586-6268; Dallas Quarterback Club on Facebook.

Two youth volleyball camps on tap

DALLAS — Two volleyball camps are scheduled to begin Monday at Dallas High School.

A high school volleyball camp will run from 9 a.m. to noon through Aug. 14. It is designed to prepare high school students for team tryouts by familiarizing them with skills, fundamentals and basic offenses and defenses. Guest coach Chuck Shannon and current DHS coaches will lead the camp. Cost is $45 per participant.

The Dragons Volleyball Youth Camp also runs Monday through Aug. 14 at Dallas High School. It is open to boys and girls entering grades three through eight in the fall.

It is aimed at familiarizing players with the skills, fundamentals and basic offenses and defenses used in the sport. Dallas High coaches and current and former players will help lead the camp. Parents are welcome to watch.

The camp runs from 1 to 3 p.m. each day. Cost is $45 per camper.

For more information: Shana Lavier, 503-949-4657.

ODFW to host 5K fun run and walk

MONMOUTH — The first Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife 5K fun run/walk has been scheduled for Saturday at 9 a.m. at the EE Wilson Wildlife Area in Monmouth — and it has a wild twist.

Three stops along the route incorporate trap shooting, archery and spin casting. As an option, runners and walkers can participate in the 5K event only.

The event is family friendly and benefits the 2014 Governor’s Holiday Toy Drive, which provides toys for children in need. Cost is $25 for adults, $20 for youths ages 13-17 and free for youths 12 and under. A group rate of $15 per person is available for groups of four or more. T-shirts are an additional $10.

For more information or to register: http://team-runningwild.com/races/2014-running-wild/.

Dallas Soccer Camp sign-ups open

DALLAS — Registration for the Dallas Soccer Camp is now open.

The camp will take place Monday through Aug. 13 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Whitworth Elementary School, 1151 SE Miller Ave., Dallas.

The camp is designed for boys and girls. Current high school players and coaches will work with the campers on a variety of skills. The camp is open to students in kindergarten through eighth grade.

Cost is $15 per day or $40 for all three days. Make checks payable to the Dallas Booster Club. Proceeds from the camp will help pay for junior varsity and varsity assistant coaches.

For more information: Dallas High School, 503-623-8336.

Spaces open for golf tournament

DALLAS — Spaces are still available to participate in the 16th annual Dallas Food Bank Chipping Away at Hunger golf tournament. The four-person scramble begins at 9 a.m. Saturday at Dallas Golf Club and costs $60 per player.

The cost includes 18 holes of golf and a barbecue lunch. There will be team photos and prizes awarded for the longest putt, longest drive and closest to the hole.

Dallas Golf Club is located at 11875 Orrs Corner Road, Dallas.

Proceeds from the tournament benefit Dallas Food Bank, which prepared 2,860 food boxes and helped 13,740 individuals in 2013.

For more information: Eddie Nelson, 503-857-5042; Red Carroll, 503-551-3021.

Western Oregon to host ‘signing day’

MONMOUTH — The Western Oregon University Athletic Department invites fans to take part in the school’s first ever “signing day” on Aug. 22.

Supporters, alumni and fans will have the chance to sign a “national letter of intent” to join the WOU Wolves Club.

By signing the letter the “recruit” is committing to join the Wolves Club at some level of giving and support WOU athletics.

Each new member can designate a sport for their pledge or leave it unrestricted.

There will be hor d’oeuvres and beverages available. Various coaches will be on hand to preview their upcoming seasons in the Willamette Room from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

For more information: Michael Feuling, 503-838-8449; online at http://www.wouwolves.com/news/2014/7/30/GEN_0730142522.aspx.

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