Governor’s Cup 5K run this weekend

This Saturday is the most popular Southeast Alaska Road Runners event of the Season, the McDowell Group Governor’s Cup 5K and one mile. Race day registration begins at 8 a.m. at the Dimond Courthouse at Fourth and Main streets. The 5K starts at 9 a.m. while the one mile starts at 10 a.m.

Contact Jim Grammel at 586-2991 or for more information. The Midsummer Run previously on the SERR Calendar for July 13 has been cancelled.

Soccer camps open for registration

Juneau Soccer Club announced that it will again provide the summer soccer camps for the City and Borough of Juneau (formerly the Thunder Mountain Camps). All camps are coed and all skill levels are welcomed.

Players 5-7 years old can attend the Wee Camp at either the Adair-Kennedy turf from 9 a.m.-noon July 11-15, or the Juneau-Douglas High School turf from 1-4 p.m. July 11-15. Players 7-8 years old are invited to the Intermediate Camp at Adair-Kennedy from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. July 18-22 while players 9-13 years old are invited to the Advanced Camp (for all skill levels) at Adair-Kennedy from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. July 18-22.

Spots for all camps are still open. Registration forms will need to be brought down to the Parks and Recreation office and can be found at or Parks and Recreation is located at 155 S. Seward Street.

For more information contact the Juneau Parks and Recreation Department at 586-5226 or camp director Matt Dusenberry at 957-2087.

Post 25 at Ketchikan

After blasting their way to the top of the National Division on an eight-game tear through the American Legion ranks, Juneau’s Post 25 (9-1, 37 points) has been bumped to second place in the Division by Chugiak Post 33 (10-4, 44 points). In an attempt to regain the top spot, Post 25 travels to Ketchikan this weekend for two league games at 3 p.m. Friday and noon Saturday.

American Legion standings are dictated by a points system where teams are awarded four points for a win, two points for a tie, one point for a loss and zero points for a forfeit.

Look for coverage of this weekend’s games at and in Monday’s print edition.

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