CCC spring golf championship resumes today
CUMBERLAND — Angie Fetchero shot a 70 to sit atop the ladies leader board after day one of the Cumberland Country County Club Spring Golf Championship.
On the men’s board, George Young leads the net division with a 69, while Dr. Jim Snodgrass leads the gross division with a 76 on a card-off, with Butchy Blank in second place at 76. Dr. Royce Hodges is second in the net division at 70, also on a card-off.
Today’s pairings can be found in the Scoreboard section.
CAYFL Patriots final signup today
CUMBERLAND — The Patriots of the Cumberland Area Youth Football League will hold a final registration for interested players on Sunday, at 5:30 p.m., in front of Greenway Avenue Stadium.
Players ages 10-14 and living in the Washington Middle School district are eligible to play for the Patriots. A team meeting for players will be held Sunday at 6 p.m., in front of the stadium. For more information, contact Pat Amezcua at 240-522-0174 or 301-697-7861.
CAYFL Miners to register today
FROSTBURG — The Miners of the Cumberland Area Youth Football League will be holding registration on Sunday, from 1 to 3 p.m., at the Frostburg Community Center on Water Street.
Eligible players are those who attend middle school in the Mountain Ridge school district. For more information, call 301-697-8102.
Ellerslie soccer signups slated
ELLERSLIE — Ellerslie Soccer will hold JCP Soccer signups at the Ellerslie Community Park on on May 20, May 23 and May 28 from 6 to 7 p.m.
The varsity division is for boys and girls ages of 11-14 as of Sept. 1 in grades 6,-8. The junior varsity division is for boys and girls ages 8-10 as of Sept. 1 in grades 3-5. The B division is for players ages of 5-7 as of Sept. 1 in grades K-2. All children entering kindergarten are eligible to play. New players need to bring a copy of their birth certificate to registration. For more information, contact Scott Sisler at 301-876-0971.
SHORT GAP, W.Va. — Frankfort JCP Soccer signups will be held at the Frankfort Middle School parking lot on Wednesday May 29, June 5, and June 12 from 6 to 7 p.m.
The varsity division is for boys and girls ages of 11-14 as of Sept. 1 in grades 6,-8. The junior varsity division is for boys and girls ages 8-10 as of Sept. 1 in grades 3-5. The B division is for players ages of 5-7 as of Sept. 1 in grades K-2. All children entering kindergarten are eligible to play. New players need to bring a copy of their birth certificate to registration. For more information, contact Travis Cessna at (304) 738-3583, or TCessna@atlanticbb.net.
CCC spring golf championship resumes today
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