Registration for spring soccer, basketball now open

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Registration for spring soccer, basketball now open

The Federal Way Boys & Girls Club is currently enrolling all youth for the 2017 co-ed spring soccer and basketball leagues. The deadline for early registration is April 9. Late registration will be accepted on a space-available basis with an additional $5 fee. Registration can be done online at or in person at the EX3 Ron Sandwith Teen Center, 31453 28th Ave. S., or call 253-681-6514. Spring soccer is a program for boys and girls in kindergarten through sixth grade. Divisions include: Silver (grades K-1), Gold (grades 2-3) and Platinum (grades 4-6). The season runs from April 17 to June 17, and practices will tentatively start the week of April 17. Games are played at Steel Lake Park and local elementary schools. Games are on Saturdays only with practices on weeknights. There will be a mandatory coaches meeting on April 12. Basketball divisions are divided into co-ed grades 2-3, 4-5 and 6-7. The season runs from April 17 to June 24, and games are played at the Boys & Girls Club. For more information, contact Dolan Holt, athletic director at the Federal Way Boys & Girls Club, 253-681-6514, or email

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