The Kenai Peninsula Natural Bodybuilding, Fitness, Figure and Bikini Championships were held May 14 at Kenai Central High School.
Highlights of the results were Amber Hamar of Soldotna winning Teenage Fitness, Chase Jensen winning Junior Men, Vahn Kirillov of Wasilla winning Novice Men, Rodney Wild of Chugiak winning Master's Men (over 40), Sohnya Hamar of Soldotna winning Women's Figure 5'4" and under, Natasha Sweatte of Anchorage winning Women's Bikini, Amy Vinson of Soldotna winning Pro-Natural Women, Melanie Redington of Wasilla taking second in Pro-Natural Women, Steve Dunn of Anchorage winning Lightweight Men (176 and under) with Soldotna's Ian Leach taking second and Soldotna's Darin Hagin taking third, Odean Hall of Soldotna winning Heavyweight Men (176 and over), Shawn Wolfe of Anchorage winning Pro-Natural Men, and Steve Dunn of Anchorage winning the overall men award.
By winning Pro-Natural, Vinson and Wolfe each picked up $500 in prize money. All overall winners also received guided fishing trips on the Kenai River.
For the seventh year, MIHS of Canada will hold hockey camps at the Soldotna Sports Center. This year's camps will be from June 22 to 24.
There will be skill development and goaltender training for Mites, Squirts and Pee Wees. There also will be an exclusive girls development camp.
Instructors will be Brad Odegaard of MIHS, Quinnipiac women's captain Jordan Elkins and University of Minnesota Duluth goaltending coach Kenny Reiter.
For more information, contact Odegaard by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 360-920-8199. Brochures are at the sports center or at www.mihscanada.com.
The Peninsula Oilers are looking for housing and for an announcer for the upcoming summer.
For those interested in housing, the players arrive in early June and the season ends in late July. Host families receive season tickets. Contact housing coordinator Kathy Gensel at 262-9263 or call the Oilers office at 283-7133.
For the announcer, this year's home season has 31 home games. The announcer is paid hourly. Contact Shawn Maltby for more information at 283-7133.
All American Volleyball Camps and Peninsula Midnight Sun Volleyball Club are hosting a skills camp at Soldotna and Skyview high schools from Aug. 2 to 4. All American Volleyball Camps use instructors from top colleges, the U.S. National Team and professional players. In conducting camps on the Peninsula for over 15 years, AAVC has brought Olympians and national college players of the year to the area.
The camp is open to players entering grades eight through 12 next fall. Coaches focus on skill instruction, but include drills with gamelike conditions. The coach-to-player ratio is 1-to-12. The camp is limited to the first 48 applicants and is open to players from the Peninsula.
The camp will be 9 to 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 to 3 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday with a final session from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday. The cost is $140. Contact a middle school coach, high school coach or Bruce King (email@example.com or 262-9501) to sign up.
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