Lone Star Athletics will hold baseball tournaments at the Carl Barton Sports Complex in Conroe. All tournaments are Barrett-Fletcher qualifiers.
Tournaments on April 14-15 and May 5-6 are for 8-year-and-under through 14-year-and-under teams.
For more information, contact Frank Dorner at 281-469-6721 or send e-mail queries to firstname.lastname@example.org. More information is listed on the Lone Star Athletics Web page at www.lonestarathletics.net.
Lone Star Athletics will form collegiate tour teams to compete in tournaments around Texas this summer. The teams will also participate in two camps.
The coaching staff includes Harvey McIntyre, assistant coach at Blinn College, Chris Hill, assistant coach at Houston Baptist University and Byron Carter, assistant coach at Prairie View A&M University, as well as current collegiate players.
For more information concerning the schedule and fees, visit www.lonestarathletics.net online. Interested athletes can contact Frank Dorner at 281-469-6721 or send e-mail queries to email@example.com.
An AAU boys basketball super regional championship tournament is set for May 25-27 at Frisco ISD's gyms. The tournament is open to all AAU-member teams in the U.S.
The Texas Professional Basketball League is holding Pro-Am tournaments in the following cities: Houston on April 20-22, Dallas on May 11-13 and San Antonio on May 25-27.
Entry fees are $350 per team for each tournament. Deadline to register is two weeks before each tournament. Teams are guaranteed three games at each event.
The Ray Guy/ProKicker.com Academy and Talent Search will be held April 21-22 at The Woodlands High School. The two-day event is open to kickers and punters of any age level.
Applicants must pre-register to ensure their acceptance. Enrollment is limited.
The 20th Annual Celebrity Golf Classic benefitting the Ronald McDonald House of Temple is set for April 22-23. Dallas Cowboys legends Bob Lilly and Randy White will host the event.
The dinner with live and silent auctions will be held April 22. The six-player scramble is set for April 23 at the Courses of Clear Creek on Fort Hood. Cost per golfer is $200.
Sponsors, auction items and goodie bag items are also needed. Sponsorships range from $150 to $5,000.
For more information, contact Susan Bolton at the Ronald McDonald House at 254-770-0910 or send e-mail queries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Navasota Athletic Booster Club is holding a golf tournament May 5 at Pecan Lakes Golf Course.
Shotgun start for the three-man scramble begins at 8:30 a.m. Registration is limited to the first 45 paid teams. Cost is $300 per team or $100 for individuals. Sponsors are also being solicited.
For more information, contact coach Lee Fedora at 936-825-4298 or 936-825-5257. You can also send e-mail queries to email@example.com.
The Vietnam Veterans Association of America Chapter 937 is holding its first Charity Golf Tournament on May 7 at the Bryan Municipal Golf Course.
The event will be a four-player scramble starting at 8 a.m. Cost is $90 per player until May 4. Late registration is $110 per player.
There will be a silent auction and a raffle. Sponsorships are also welcome.
For more information, call Mike Southerland at 260-4151.
Online registration has begun for the Southern Texas PGA's Junior Tour or Little Linksters Summer 2007 programs.
The Little Linksters program is for golfers of any skill level between the ages of 7 and 12 (as of Aug. 7, 2007). All members must establish tournament eligibility by successfully completing an STPGA Instructional Clinic, Approved Clinic or Advanced Clinic.
The membership fee for the STPGA Academy Sports & Outdoors Little Linksters program is $65- clinic fees vary, depending upon type and location. Individual tournament entry fees are $15 to $17, depending upon where they are held.
The Junior Tour consists of competitive one- and two-day weekly tournaments throughout June and July. It is open to STPGA Junior members who are ages 12 to 18 as of Aug. 9, 2007. Juniors who are 18 are eligible provided they have not attended a regular semester of college and do not reach their 19th birthday prior to Aug. 10, 2007.
The membership fee for the STPGA Academy Sports & Outdoors Junior Tour is $65. Entry fees for individual tournaments range from $15 to $65, depending upon area and length of tournament (18 or 36 holes).
Full details regarding the STPGA Academy Sports & Outdoors Little Linksters and Junior Tour are available in the Junior Tour handbook, which may be downloaded from the Junior Golf & Scholarships page of the STPGA Web site.
The Brazos Valley Senior Games are set for April 19-22. Events include bowling, golf, track and field, swimming, volleyball, tennis, bridge, basketball, horse shoes/washers, dominoes and a triathlon and a 5K road race. The cycling event will take place May 5-6.
The 2007 Bryan Lady Viking Softball Camp will be held June 25-28 at the Bryan High Softball Complex.
Cost is $60 per camper. If two or more siblings are registering, cost is $50 each.
The camp, open to girls who are currently in second through eighth grades, runs from 9 a.m. to noon each day. Childcare is available from 7:45 to 9 a.m. for an additional $10.
For more information, contact Janice Williamson (camp director) at 209-2468 or Enrique Luna (co-camp director) at 571-5273 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
STRENGTH & CONDITIONING
The Texas A&M Strength & Conditioning Staff will direct the Texas A&M Strength & Conditioning Camp this Summer.
Campers will train in the Netum Steed Varsity Athletic Strength Facility from 9 to 11 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from May 30 through June 22.
The camp is open to boys and girls from grades seven through 12. Cost is $250.
The camp is designed to give a solid foundation in the areas of speed, agility, power, strength, conditioning and flexibility.
The City of College Station is looking for people to be ASA slow-pitch or fast-pitch umpires.
Umpires are paid and have the opportunity to travel. For more information, call Tim Carda at 219-4771.
Wolf Pen Bowling
High Games, High Series, Splits
Celebrity Ladies (March 26)
Carla Patarnella 180; Carol Robinson 185; Sarah DeLuke 212, 535; Jana Greig 183-206-188, 577; Kathryn Rosenkranz 196, 513; Debbie Wages 5-7; Karen Davenport 180; Rene Pitts 204-213, 581; Phoebe Bordelon 190; Mary Onslott 182, 516.
Tuesday Belles (March 27)
Pat Herrin 277-155-157, 589; Judie Bruegger 185, 5-7; Cynthia Conley 5-7; Debbie Perrone 5-6-10; Lynn McIlhaney 4-6-7-10; Janetta Marriott 183, 3-10; Nan Kuse 181; Mary Volz 188; Jean Crowder 3-6-8-10.
Wolf Pen Seniors (March 28)
John Turner 235, 503; Donnie McBee 221, 508; Mel Wood 213-200, 574; Fowden Maxwell 211, 520; John Blackburn 211, 529; Louis Hartmann 202; George Geronime 545, 6-7-10; Giles Tate 503; Richard Whaley 528; Wilburn Hughes 510; Iris Schlechte 220, 469; Jane Fuller 188, 498; Shirley Lykins 186, 507, 3-10; Betty Carter 170, 486; Lois Russell 170, 471; Darlene Anglen 174; Marilyn Fields 172-172, 482; Janetta Marriott 170; Ruby Andrews 2-7; Jere Lemmer 3-10; Bob Scherer 5-7; Esther Breeden 2-7; Ramona Roofe 3-7-10.
Sun Up (March 29)
Nan Kuse 183 (all spares); Pat Herrin 234-187, 570; Ramona Hibbetts 4-5-7; Nancy Prichard 5-7; Jane Fuller 199-191, 562, 3-10, 3-7-10; Mary Ann Roach 3-9-10; Dianne Miles 2-4-10; Frances Corpora 3-10.
Monday Seniors (April 2)
Marti Roukat 145-148, 418; Lois Russell 151-155, 450; Jane Fuller 168-180, 481; Mike Korotky 183-189, 506; Mary Green 145, 418; Gary Voss 163, 428; Jack Worbington 161-160, 467; Charlotte Price 170, 462; John Blackburn 202-180-197, 579, 3-10; Charles Jenkins 168-159, 442; Irene Thatcher 4-5-9; Raymond Lewis 156-153, 427; Betty Carter 149-142, 418, 3-10; Mable Rek 186-162-185, 533, 5-8-10; Fowden Maxwell 186-238-168, 592, 3-10, 4-7-10.
Major (April 4)
Darrell Francis 201, 556; Marcus Noto 201, 560; Travis Noto 214; John Hencerling 229, 601; Terry Tavano 221, 577; Bubba Haney 268-237-258, 763; Ken Harris 233; Jim Anderau 256, 644; Michael Schultz 203-215, 581; Danny Keeling 222, 599; Leon Jackson 576; Al Scott 212; Walter Winkleman 550; Bobby Earl 216; Doug Joswiak 214; Sean Albrecht 208.
Moonliters (April 4)
Tim Williams 258-214, 640; Mark Symons 202-219, 602; Terry Meyers 215-246, 634; Ken Harris 215; Willy Wages 212; Manuel Lopez 205; Chris Almanza 202; David Martinez 222-237, 657; Bobby Martinez 209; Robert Kern 245; Gordon Wilhelm 201-202; Mike Greig 209-214, 614; Doug Avery 223; Mark Kessler 200; Richard Jefferson 236; Kevin Dube 224-224, 640; Lee Norris, Jr. 201-241, 629; Dwayne Zboril 214, 603; Bobby Crothwait 204; Anthony Ruffino 207; Wendall Watkins 201.
Brazos 4-H Archery Club: Nine members of the Brazos 4-H Archery Club participated in the Texas 4-H State Indoor Archery tournament in Graham on March 23-24. John Paul Whiteacre, Luke Estland, Charly Anderson and Michael Massey all had an individual division win.
Brazos 4-H results:
Juniors, recurve - 1, John Paul Whiteacre, 196 points.
Compound - 1, Luke Estland, 363.
Intermediate, recurve - 1, Charly Anderson, 545; 2, Elise Westfall, 401; 3, Erin Vestal, 370; 5, Emelia Hamiter, 218.
Senior 1, recurve - 1, Michael Massey, 544; 4, Alicia Whiteacre, 344.
Senior 2, recurve - 3, Max Sera, 478.
Recreation is devoted to sports activities that are not high school-sanctioned, college-sanctioned, hunting or fishing.
Information can be mailed to: Recreation Sports, The Bryan-College Station Eagle, P.O. Box 3000, Bryan, Texas, 77805; faxed to 979-776-8923 or e-mailed to email@example.com (please put "REC SPORTS" in subject). No information will be taken over the phone. The deadline is Friday at 5 p.m. for the following week.
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