Ridgeley Hawks sign-ups today
RIDGELEY - The Ridgeley Hawks will be holding football and cheerleading registration today from 6-8 p.m. at the old Ridgeley School.
No money will be collected at this time, but every player or cheerleader needs to bring a copy of their birth certificate. If there are any questions contact Grant Shoemaker (738-1121) or Linda Mauzy (738-1012).
Hill team wins at Mill Creek
BURLINGTON - Joe Hill, Steve Keister, John Barger and Harry Likens teamed for a 30 to win the Mill Creek Country Club Men's Golf Association Tournament on Wednesday.
Taking seond place with a 31 were Butch Sauder, Russ Blubaugh, Larry Friend and John Ashby. The team of Dale Cosner, Dave Coon, Darrell Tillman and Josh Duckwork finished third in a cardoff with a 32.
Closest to the pins were Likens on No. 3, Ashby on No. 4, and Paul Carr on No. 8.
All-night tournament planned
CUMBERLAND - An all-night softball tournament is being planned for July 8 at the Mason Sports Complex.
Cash prizes will be awarded. Interested teams should contact Travis Wigger at (301) 759-4176 or Bryan Warner at (301) 697-8173.
Helmstetter aces Sisters' No. 7
RAWLINGS - Michael Helmstetter hit a hole-in-one on the 145-yard seventh hole at Fore Sisters Golf Course using a pitching wedge Monday.
The shot was witnessed by Mike Helmstetter Sr. and Pat Helmstetter.
Reeves foursome wins seniors' tournament at Mill Creek
BURLINGTON - Bob Reeves, Louie Nassar, Butch Zacot and Monty Edwards won Thursday's Seniors' Tournament at Mill Creek Country Club by shooting a 63.
The team of Joe Hill, Bob Shrout, Bob Dorsey and Larry Taylor shot a 64 to beat Tom Krogel, Bill Metz, Larry Mullins and Joe Heath in a card off. Heath (No. 3), Butch Souder (No. 4) and Dave Coon (No. 8) were the pin winners.
Nathan Jackson aces 18th at CCC
CUMBERLAND - Nathan Jackson used a six-iron to hit a hole-in-one on Thursday on the 18th hole at Cumberland Country Club. Joe Pecoraro witnessed the shot on the 170-yard hole.
Jim Donahue's 70 captures
Cumberland CC's Shop Game
CUMBERLAND - Jim Donahue shot a gross 70 to win first place in the Cumberland Country's Club Shop Game on Wednesday.
George Young was second with a 72, and Harold Appel finished with the low net score at 63. Carl Belt won second net in a card off with a 65. Ted Hare placed third.
Keyser High coaches offering free basketball camps
KEYSER - Coaches from the Keyser High School basketball teams will be offering two free camps on June 8-9, and June 12-16 in the Keyser Gymnasium.
The June 8-9 session is available to boys and girls in grades 4-8. The camp will be held from 2:30 until 4:30 on both days. Instruction will be given by Keyser's boys and girls coaches.
Only boys in grades 9-12 will be allowed to attend the camp on June 12-16. Each day's camp will run from 3-6 p.m. and will be instructed by Keyser's boys coaches.
For more information on either camp, contact Coach Lindy Shank at (304) 788-6018.
Eagles final sign-up Saturday
CRESAPTOWN - The final registration for the Cresaptown Eagles football team and cheerleading squad will be Saturday, 9 to 11 a.m., at Weber Pavilion.
37th Annual Tri-Towns Little League World Series July 5-15
WESTERNPORT - The 37th Annual Tri-Towns Little League World Series will be held July 5-15 in Westernport for players ages 11-12.
A 9-10 year old All Star Tournament will be held from July 19 through the 29th. Both tournaments carry a $50 entry fee, with the deadline for registering in the World Series set for July 3 and July 17 for the 9-10 tournament.
Contact Mike Hartman at (301) 359-0163 for information regarding either tournament.
Davis, Mickey win at Polish Pines
KEYSER - Chuck Davis had a low gross 42 and Ed Mickey was the net winner with a 35 in the Men's Golf Association three-club tournament Thursday at the Polish Pines Golf Club.
Closest to the pins were Davis on No. 2 and John Dean on No. 6.
Chaney group wins at Fore Sisters
RAWLINGS - Les Chaney, Shaun Knotts, Gary Loar and Adam Mandell won a nine-hole scrambler on Thursday at Fore Sisters Golf Course with a six-under par.
Joel Knotts, Dave Mathews, Tom Hotchkiss and Ray Metz were second at five-under. Mathews (No. 4), Dan James (No. 7) and Nick James (No. 9) were closest to the pin winners. Chris Altobello had the closest second shot on No. 5.
Dale Cosner, John Tipping, Ron Yutzy and Nick Cancone shot a 117 to win in Wednesday's action.
Mike Amezcua, Bud Metzner, Rich Liken and Jake Michaels were second with a 118. Pin winners were Monty Edwards (No. 4), Mike Harrison (no. 7), Jim Murphy (No. 9), Liken (No. 11), Gary Bradfield (No. 15) and Cosner (No. 18).
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