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Fall sports registrations end Monday

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Registration for all Wilson County Youth Athletic Association  fall sports — soccer, volleyball, baseball and softball — will end Monday.

Participants may register either online at wcyaa.org, at the WCYAA office at 113 East Nash Street in Wilson or at Trophies By Design. The registration fee is $48 per participant. Registration forms are posted on the softball and baseball links at wcyaa.org.

Age divisions will be as follows: 

Baseball — 2-4 Coed Instructional Tee-Ball, 5-6 Coed Tee-Ball, 8U Rookie, 9-10 Minor League and 11-12 Major League

Softball — 8U, 10U and 12U

Soccer — 2-4 Mighty Mites and 5-7 Coed (Soccer games and practices will be held on Saturday mornings and Sunday afternoons.)

Volleyball — Elementary School, Middle School and High School (Players are required to play in their grade level. Games will be played on Saturday mornings and Sunday afternoons.)

For more information on the registrations for the 2018 fall sports, you may contact Mickey Davis at 252-230-2467 or email to mgd39@wcyaa.org.

Basketball officiating clinics begin Monday

The Eastern North Carolina Athletic Officials Association will begin its 2018-19 basketball clinics for middle school and high school officials at Hunt High on Monday evening.

The clincs will be held every Monday through Nov. 5 beginning at 7:15 p.m.

Prospective officials must register with the ENCAOA as well as the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and attend a minimum of four two-hour clinics. Officials must also attend a state clinic and participate in local scrimmages. The deadline to register with the ENCAOA is Tuesday.

Officiating veteran Marshall Crumpler will serve as the lead technician at the Hunt clinics. Interested parties in becoming an official should contact ENCAOA director Mickey Davis prior to attending clinics.

For more information, contact Davis at 252-230-2467 or email to mgd39@wcyaa.org.

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