Sports Calendar

July 17, 2012

By Staff

Adult sports 

July 18, Wednesday 10 a.m. — Leaders Choice between Cougar Mountain and Snoqualmie Pass Hike, moderate. Bring your Discover Pass and your National Forest Pass, if you have them. Seven to 9 miles, 1,800 to 2,500-foot elevation gain. Usually not difficult for regular hikers. Contact Hazel Weissman at 724-816-0534 or allseasonhiking@hotmail.com.

July 19, Thursday 9 a.m. — Cougar Mountain Hike, moderate. Hike the double loop around Wilderness Peak and on to Longview Peak. Seven miles, 1,850-foot elevation gain. Usually not difficult for regular hikers. Contact Scott Prueter at 269-3079.

July 21, Saturday 9 a.m. — Talapus and Ollalie Lakes Hike, Moderate. North from I-90 exit 45.

Bring your National Forest Pass, if you have one. Seven miles, 1,500-foot elevation gain. Usually not difficult for regular hikers. Contact Richard Mann at 633-7815.

July 22, Sunday 9 a.m. — Chasing the Snow, Segment 7, moderate. Help us chase the snow away along the Mountains to Sound Greenway. This week we travel from Hyak up to the Pacific Crest trail to Lodge Lake and then down to Snoqualmie Pass. This is a long hike. To participate, you should have in the past few months taken a hike at least five miles long. There will be a car shuttle. Bring something imaginative to share. Relax with us afterward at a cafe or pizza shop if you wish. Bring your National Forest Pass, if you have one. Eight miles, 1,400-foot elevation gain. Usually not difficult for regular hikers. Contact George Potter at 425-516-5200.

July 15, Sunday 9 a.m. — Annette Lake Hike, moderate. Climb up through Humpback Creek Valley to a picturesque alpine lake. South from Interstate 90 Exit 47. Bring your National Forest Pass, if you have one. 7.5 miles, 1,900-foot gain. Usually not difficult for regular hikers. Call David Warner at 206-232-7730.

July 24, Tuesday — Lake Melakwa Hike, strenuous. North from I-90 exit 47. Call the leader for the meeting time. Bring your National Forest Pass, if you have one. 9.5 Miles, 2,500-foot elevation gain. Only for experienced hikers in good physical condition. Contact Dick Amidei 206-619-6906.

July 25, Wednesday 10 a.m. Leaders Choice between Cougar Mountain and Snoqualmie Pass Hike, moderate. Bring a Discover Pass and National Forest Pass, if you have them. Seven to 9 miles, 1,800- to 2,500-foot elevation gain. Usually not difficult for regular hikers. Contact Hazel Weissman at 724-816-0534 or allseasonhiking@hotmail.com.

 

Adult sports/activities

Open Gym Volleyball; Ages 16+

community center courts 1, 2 and 3.

Mondays 6-9 p.m.

Open Gym Basketball; ages 16+

community center courts 1, 2 and 3. Tuesdays 6-9 p.m.

Noon Time Hoops; ages 16+

community center courts 1, 2 and 3. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, noon to 2 p.m.

40+ Noon Time Hoops; ages 40+

community center court 2. Tuesdays and Thursdays from noon to 2 p.m.

Volleyball

Coed league — Issaquah Parks coed league for ages 18 and older is registering teams for its summer league. Call 837-3341.

 

Youth sports/activities

Wrestling

Soccer

Registration for Issaquah Soccer Club’s  Recreation Teams U6-U18 is ongoing, www.issaquahsoccerclub.org

Baseball

The Spartan Baseball Club will host open tryouts for the 2012-2013 season from 6-8 p.m. July 25 at Skyline High School turf fields; 6-8 p.m. Aug. 1 at Beaver Lake Park ball fields; noon to 6 p.m. Aug. 5 at Beaver Lake Park ball fields; and 6-8 p.m. Aug. 6 at Beaver Lake Park ball fields. The tryouts, open for 8U-12U, typically last two hours.  Evaluators are primarily comprised of coaches and assistant coaches from other age teams. In order to maximize fairness and player focus, Spartan Baseball Club asks that parents drop their kids off and leave after registration. Register online at www.spartanbaseballclub.org. To learn more, email art.zaske@spartanbaseballclub.org.

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