Sports Night
at Darrington

Darrington School District invites all Fall, Winter and Spring athletes, parents and community members to a presentation given by Curt Marsh, Super Bowl champion, Los Angeles Raider, and University of Washington football player.
Among a myriad of athletic achievements, Marsh was selected as a college All-American, named one of the 100 best players in University of Washington history and selected in the first round of the 1981 NFL draft. During his seven year career in the NFL Marsh was a member of the Super Bowl winning 1983 Raiders team coached by Tom Flores.
After the presentation, there will be an opportunity to complete the
DHS/DMS Athletic Handbook paperwork and have any questions answered. This presentation is for all student athletes participating in Fall sports for Darrington High School and Darrington Middle School. A reduced-price sports physical opportunity is available the following day.

Martial Arts Camp

A week of fun and fitness which includes bag kicking, padded sword sparing, and martial arts games will take place in Arlington July 30 -
Aug. 3. Children ages 4-12 are welcome to register for the camp, given by instructor Mitch Mayberry. Mayberry has an eighth-degree master level rating and has won both national and international championships in martial arts. The camp will be held at Terrace Park between 9:30-10:45 a.m. The cost is $65 to attend. For more information call 360-403-3448.

Hoops Tourney Returns

The second annual Hot August Hoops basketball tournament is nearly here. The three-on-three tourney will take place at Weston High School in Arlington on August 4-5. For more information call 360-435-9628.

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