Tuesday, April 16, 2013Author: Ernie Harris
(Last modified: 2013-04-16 17:15:01)
Source: The Herald-News
The Men’s Industrial Golf League will be starting a new season on April 16 with a preseason select shot tournament. There is still time to organize and enter a team.
Details can be obtained by emailing Joe Wilkey at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling him at 423-309-7219. Individual golfers looking for a team are encouraged to either contact Joe or call the Dayton Golf and Country Club Pro Shop. The cost is $30 per player with a minimum of six players per team.
The Crystal Lanes’ Bowling Center is now holding summer league signups. The league starts on April 17 and will run for 14 weeks, so sign up today by calling Debbie or Amanda at 423-775-1547.
Great South Championship Wrestling is bringing professional wrestling to the National Guard armory at 222 Manufacturers Road in Dayton on Saturday, April 20. Bell time will be at 7 p.m., with gates opening at 6:30 p.m.
Individual matchups include Darrel Fargo versus Jake Fargo, Bob O Mac versus Jaydog and Johnny Deacon versus Josh Frozt.
Tag team matches include Robbie Lee Jordan and Platinum versus Noah Richards and Tate Fugate. The big main event match includes former WCW star “Bunksouse Buck” Jimmy Golden versus former NWA star The Moondog.
Admission is $8 for adults and $5 for kids. Kids five and under get in free.
Grace Christian Academy of Knoxville is hosting the 6th Annual Rams Spring Classic Basketball Tournament beginning Friday, April 19, and ending on Saturday, April 20.
All teams from fifth to ninth-grade boys and girls are welcomed with a three-game guarantee. The cost is $175. To sign up or for more information, contact Phillip Hester at 865-207-2352 or email@example.com
Are you ready to get out on the water! Registration for the Chickamauga Big Bass Tournament has begun. The event will be held on Saturday, April 20, at the Dayton Boat Dock in Dayton.
If you love to fish, then this is the tournament for you. With cash prizes every hour and a large final prize at the end of the day, this is open to all those who enjoy having their line in the water with a chance to win.
The tournament offers a unique hourly prize presentation with a final grand prize already popularized in other areas of the country. This is a tournament for all fishermen. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Rhea Medical Healthcare Foundation. For more information, go to fishdayton.com or call 423-775-8580.
The Tennessee Hills Golf Club will host a 9-hole potluck select shot tournament on Sunday, April 21, with tee off set for 2:30 p.m. EST. Call 423-447-2304 no later than 1:30 p.m. EST on April 21 to register.
Please sign up early if you plan on playing so organizers may plan for food and you are insured a spot. Organizers understand circumstances change and you may have to withdraw, but everyone is welcome, including kids, ladies, old timers and young, limber backs.
Guest green fee with a cart is $15, with a $5 prize/expense fee and $1 closest to the pin fee. Bring your favorite dish or pay $5 to eat.
Teams to be arranged by management, couples may play together and kids can play with parents. Try not to make a whole team from family, as the idea is to meet and play with different people.
You don’t have to be a golfer —few of us are. Just have a great day enjoying the game and companionship.
The Golden Eagle Classic Girls Fast-pitch Softball Tournament will be begin on Friday, April 26, and run through Sunday, April 28. Girls from ages 6 and under to 14 and under are encouraged to register.
The four-game guaranteed tournament is sponsored by the Rhea County High School boys’ basketball team and will be played at the Delaware Avenue Softball Complex in Dayton.
Entry Fee for ages 6 and under to 8 and under is $75. For ages 10 and under to 14 and under, the fee is $150. The tourney will be played under the rules of the USSSA. For more information, contact Troy Hill at 423-280-8359.
Rhea County High School [RCHS] head boys’ basketball coach Mike Phillips will host a boys’ basketball skills camp, which will begin on Monday, June 10, and run through Thursday, June 13, at RCHS.
The camp will be divided up into two age groups. Camp A will run each day from 8 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. for ages 6-10, and Camp B will run from 11 a.m. till 1:30 p.m. for ages 11-14.
The fundamentally designed skill camp will emphasize footwork, shooting, passing, ball handling and man to man defense, where Phillips will lead the campers each day in a 2.5 hour Golden Eagles’ basketball practice. Phillips’ purpose for the camp is to promote the game of basketball, and he hopes players will learn and have fun playing the game. Instructors will provide the appropriate fundamentals for each age level.
The cost per each camper will be $50, which provides 10 hours of instruction, awards and a t-shirt. Phillips’ camps have sold out over the past 15 years, so reserve your position today because there is a maximum of 40 participants per camp. To pre-register and for more information, visit www.rheacountybasketball.com or contact Phillips at Michael.Phillips2022@gmail.com.
The Dayton Little Eagle [DLE] Football and Cheer program have a board of directors opening for the position of facility manager. This position will assist in the upkeep and preparation of game and practice fields, including mowing and trimming. Other position duties will be explained to the party who fills the vacancy. Anyone interested in serving on the DLE Board of Directors should email their interest to the league email address at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact Josh Pelfrey at 423-504-2135 for more information. The position will be filled through a majority vote at the April board meeting.
An additional vacant position for the DLE Board of Directors is available. The position of fundraising coordinator and details of the position can be received through same contact info.
The Rhea County Soccer Camp will be four days of soccer fun from Monday, June 3, through Thursday, June 6. Camp hours will be from 8 a.m. until noon daily at the Rhea County High School [RCHS] soccer practice field, which can be accessed by turning left behind Eagle Stadium.
The cost is $35 per person, which includes breakfast and lunch, as well as a camp T-shirt while they last. The camp will be directed by the RCHS coaching staff and athletes.
Campers will need to bring tennis shoes, cleats, shin guards and a water bottle. Registration will be on opening day of camp. On June 6, campers need to wear clothes that can get wet/muddy. For more information or questions, contact coach Justin Smith at email@example.com.
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