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Locally: WSU to host volleyball clinics this fall

From staff reports ,news services

The Washington State volleyball coaching staff and players will host a series of “Little Spikers” clinics this fall for girls and boys ages 5 through 10.

The one-hour clinics will be used to introduce the game to local youth and they will get to meet the Cougar volleyball players.

The clinics will be held on Sept. 10, Oct. 15, Nov. 5 and Nov. 12 in Bohler Gym. The $40 registration fee will cover all four clinics, T-shirts and free admission to all WSU volleyball home Pac-12 matches.

Those youths who participate can show off their skills on Little Spiker Day on Nov. 13 at 11 a.m. They will perform between sets at WSU’s match against Arizona.

For more information, contact Katie Hinrichs at (509) 335-7169 or email her at volleyball.camp@wsu.edu

Basketball

Former Eastern Washington basketball player Venky Jois has signed to play professionally in Estonia.

Jois, the Eagles’ all-time leading scorer, will play for the Tartu Ulikool/Rock.

Golf

Amateur golfer Michael Baldeck, of Clarkston, finished tied for third place recently at the Northwest Open Invitational, which was held at the Wine Valley Golf Club in Walla Walla.

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