Printed on: February 08, 2013

LOCAL SPORTS BRIEFLY


I.F. wrestling club holding sign-ups

The Idaho Falls Wrestling Club will hold registrations for the spring freestyle/Greco Roman season. Wrestlers in grades seven and up can register at 6:30 p.m. Monday, and wrestlers from age 5 through sixth grade can register at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. For information on practice times and registration fees, contact Dustin Warner at 403-4358, Jeff Einerson at 521-8395, Krissy Drake at 403-4074 or visit the Idaho Falls Wrestling website at idaho fallswrestling.com.

Madison youth soccer sign-ups set

Registration and sign-ups for Madison Youth Soccer will run through Sunday. The league is for players ages 10 to 18, and the season runs from mid-March through May for a fee of $85. Visit www.rex burgsoccer.org to register online, or contact Heather with questions at 589-2186.

H.S. ump, coaches meetings scheduled

Those interested in umpiring high school baseball or softball must attend a meeting at Idaho Falls High School on Feb. 25. The baseball meeting will be at 7 p.m. and the softball will follow at 8 p.m. The mandatory meeting for coaches is Feb. 17, with the softball meeting at 7 p.m. and baseball at 8 p.m. For information, contact Brent Martin at 589-5096 or commissioner Garry Buell at 709-0515.

Women's hoops league forming in I.F.

The Idaho Falls Parks and Recreation Department is accepting team registrations for the upcoming spring women's basketball season through March 4. Teams will play one game per week in the eight-game season. Team fees are $375 and teams can get registration packets at the Rec Center office at 520 Memorial Drive, or online at ifrec.org. For information, call 612-8480.

Idaho Youth Ranch tourney scheduled

The 33rd annual Idaho Youth Ranch youth basketball tournament is scheduled for March. The fifth- through eighth-grade girls tournament will run from March 14-16, the fifth- and sixth-grade boys tournament is March 21-23, and the seventh- and eighth-grade boys tournament is March 28-30. For information, contact Tony Bell at 532-4117 or 312-7099.

From Post Register reports