Area Sports Briefs: Chimacum youth football and cheerleading registration set this weekend … and other items

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Youth football registration set this weekend

CHIMACUM — Registration for Chimacum Youth Football and Cheerleading will be held at H.J. Carroll Park from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday and Sunday.

Gear will be issued the following weekend, with the first practice set for Monday, Aug. 15.

Participation is open to those in grades 1-6.

There is an $80 registration fee for football and a $100 refundable deposit for equipment. Bring a copy of the player’s birth certificate.

There is a $35 registration fee for cheer plus the cost of a uniform.

Coaches and volunteers are needed.

For more information, phone Darrin Dotson at 360-990-8417 or email

Dungeness Cup returns

SEQUIM — The fifth annual Dungeness Cup, an event that brings teams from more than 20 soccer clubs from across the region are back, set to battle for division titles in 9-and-under through high school divisions today through Sunday at Sequim’s Albert Haller Playfields.

Boys and girls in age divisions U09 and U10 play seven-on-seven, while teams in U11 and U12 divisions are nine-on-nine. U13 and older play a full 11-on-11.

Each team plays at least three games.

Dungeness Cup organizers in 2015 awarded titles and second-place awards to teams in 13 divisions, including three to local squads from the local Storm King club. In all, 54 teams took to Sequim fields at last year’s Dungeness Cup.

See www.dungenesscup.comfor more about the tournament, scores, tourney rules and more.

Peninsula Daily News

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