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January 5-7

Shooting for a cure in Lapwai - The Rip City Nation Team is holding a two-division tournament in Lapwai Friday through Sunday, Jan. 5-7: The first division is boy's and girl's 5th and 7th graders and the second is co-ed ages eight years and younger. The tournaments are limited to eight teams per division, with an eight-player roster per team. Cost is $200 for the older division, and $175 for children eight and under. Awards for top places and all stars per division. Deadline is Friday, Dec. 29. Contact Ada Marks at P.O. Box 758, Lapwai ID 83540, online at adamarks@icloud.com, or by phone at (208) 816-2842 for more information or to apply.

JANUARY 10

Adult Goju Ryu Karate - Lewiston Parks & Recreation is pleased to offer Adult Beginner Goju Ryu Karate. It's never too late to learn martial arts, and instructor Christian Scharnhorst is now teaching this brand-new entry level class for adults. Learn all of the basics in this motivating class. The six-week course is from 5:30-6:15 p.m. on Wednesdays, Jan. 17 to Feb. 21, at Lewiston Community Center. The cost for the class is $50 per person. Gis are not required but recommended, and can be purchased from the instructor. Pre-registration is required by Jan. 10.

JANUARY 11

Youth martial arts - Lewiston Parks & Recreation is offering a brand new Judo and Jiujitsu class for kids of all ages this winter. The six-week course will teach participants invaluable techniques in self-defense, balance, and mental and physical toughness. Each student will receive a certificate of completion if able to demonstrate proficiency to instructors. A Judo gi is not included, but recommended. Participants who sign up with a partner of equal size will benefit greatly. The class runs from 6-8 p.m. on Thursdays, Jan. 18 to Feb. 22, at the Lewiston Community Center. The cost is $50 per person, with pre-registration required by Jan. 11.

JANUARY 12

Adult Co-Ed Volleyball - This unofficiated Lewiston Parks & Recreation league consists of a 12-match season in January and February, with the option of a Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday 6-10 p.m. match schedule. All matches will be held at Fenton Gym. Participants must register in teams of at least eight. Team sponsorships are allowed and encouraged. The cost is $150/team and $30 each for player cards. Pre-registration is required by Jan. 12.

Sports Skills Camp - Lewiston Parks and Recreation's Sports Skills Camp for children ages three-to-six provides children (and parents) introductory skills in their choice of basketball, soccer and baseball/softball. Five different stations will break down specific skills. Those selecting baseball/softball will need to bring gloves. The classes are all on Saturdays at Fenton Gym (1203 8th Ave, Lewiston) - 10-10:45 a.m. for ages three-to-four, 11-11:45 a.m. for ages five-to-six. Soccer camp will be held January 20 and 27; basketball camp February 3 and 10; and baseball/softball camp February 17 and 24. The cost is $17 per sport camp or $35 for all three. Participants who sign up for all three sports will receive a free T-shirt. Pre-registration is required by Jan. 12.

JANUARY 25

grangeville girls' basketball tournament - For more information on a basketball tournament available to girls' in fourth through eighth grades, contact Pat Sullivan by phone at (208) 507-1830 or by email at sullivanp@sd244.org. The signup deadline is Jan. 25 and the tournament will take place Feb. 2-3. Cost for the tournament, which will be held at the Grangeville Junior High School, is $190. Each team is guaranteed three games.

JANUARY 27

BATTLE basketball Tournament - Battle Basketball will hold a two-day tournament for area AAU teams on Feb. 2-3, though the last deadline to register is Jan. 27. That's the late deadline, which costs $175 to enter. Those who enter by Jan. 24 can save $25 off the price. The tournament, which will happen in gyms throughout the Lewis-Clark valley, is open to boys and girls in the fourth through eighth grades. For more information, visit www.battlebasketball.biz, email Hwhite6162@msn.com or call either (208) 746-1156 or (208) 790-1523.

JANUARY 31

GRANGEVILLE BOYS' basketball tournament - For more information on a basketball tournament available to boys' in fourth through eighth grades, contact Pat Sullivan by phone at (208) 507-1830 or by email at sullivanp@sd244.org. The signup deadline is Jan. 31 and the tournament will take place Feb. 23-24. Cost for the tournament, which will be held at the Grangeville Junior High School, is $190. Each team is guaranteed three games.

MARCH 10

BATTLE basketball spring Tournament - Battle Basketball will hold a three-day tournament for area AAU teams on March 16-18, though the last deadline to register is March 10. That's the late deadline, which costs $225 to enter. Those who enter by March 6 can save $25 off the price. The tournament, which will happen in gyms throughout the Lewis-Clark Valley, is open to boys and girls in fourth through 12th grades. For more information, visit www.battlebasketball.biz, email Hwhite6162@msn.com or call either (208) 746-1156 or (208) 790-1523.

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