Day, North America fall in Fightmaster Cup
Sellersburg resident Steve Day and a North America team of one-armed golfers came up short of retaking the Fightmaster Cup this past weekend at the Hilton Indian Lakes Resort in Chicago. The European one-armed golf squad defeated North America, 20 1/2-7 1/2.
Day and playing partner Alan Gentry lost 1-up to Europe’s Darren Grey and Cian Arthurs in their morning four-ball match last Friday. Last Saturday, Day and teammate Vince Biser suffered a four-ball match setback to European’s Robert Paul and Brennan Swann, 3 and 2. Day, a Providence High School graduate, lost 3 and 2 to Europe’s Stuart Griffin in last Sunday’s singles match.
The Jeffersonville Youth Basketball League is currently registering for the upcoming season.
Registration forms are available at all Jeffersonville elementary and middle schools and the Jeff Parks and Recreation Department, located in Jeffersonville City Hall. In addition, registration forms will be available online at www.jybl.org in the next couple weeks.
Any boy in grades 3-8, currently attending one of Jeffersonville’s eight elementary schools, two middle schools and/or residing within the district of one of these schools, is eligible to participate.
Registration fees are $45 for first player and $35 for each additional player. The fees should be mailed to JYBL, P.O. Box 903, Jeffersonville, IN 47130, before Tuesday, Oct. 16. Any registrations postmarked after Monday, Oct. 15 or received at the placement clinic will be subject to a $5 per player late fee.
Placement clinics will be held on Oct. 16 at Jeffersonville High School’s Johnson Arena for grades 3-4 at 6 p.m., grades 5-6 at 7 p.m. and grades 7-8 at 8 p.m. Any player not attending the placement clinic, excluding the head coach’s son, will be placed on a team by lottery draw.
Anyone interested in coaching should contact Ron Cross at 812-284-1653 to complete a coach’s application. For additional information, call Tom Locke at 812-282-8887 or visit www.jybl.org.
>>HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ SOCCER
Two big games for C’town this week
The Charlestown girls’ soccer team will hold its last regular-season home game at 6:45 p.m. today against Christian Academy. During the game, Pirate senior players will be honored as part of the Senior Night tradition.
On at 6 on Thursday night, the Pirates will travel to Silver Creek and participate in activities in conjunction with that game being designated as a Breast Cancer Awareness Game.
Bernard Hock Open
The 27th annual Bernard Hock Open Table Tennis Tournament will be Oct. 13-14 at the Ekin Avenue Ed Enders Boys and Girls Club Complex in New Albany.
The Hock Open will feature the strongest field in tournament with players from the United States, Brazil, China, India, Egypt, Trinidad & Tobago, France, Honduras, Peru and Panama.
The competition will be at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13. Spectator seating is free.
For more information, visit www.sitta.org.
CLASS 4A, JEFF SECTIONAL: Highlanders, Stars to meet in semfinals
FC blows out Seymour , 16-3; Red Devils blow one-run lead in seventh to lose to BNL, 6-3
CLASS A LANESVILLE SECTIONAL: Morris leads New Wash past Borden
Mustangs will face Lanesville in tonight’s championship
CLASS 2A EASTERN SECTIONAL: Providence advances to face Paoli
Pioneers let lead slip away, win it in ninth; Clarksville falls to Rams, 13-3
COLLEGE NOTEBOOK: May 21, 2013
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
• Jeff Thompson (Louisville baseball, Floyd Central graduate, Jr.) — top performance: winning pitcher in a starting role in the Cardinals’ 12-4 home victory over Pittsburgh on Friday, seven innings pitched, three runs allowed (all earned), three hits, seven strikeouts, three walks; notes: Thompson became the sixth pitcher in U of L history to earn 10 or more victories in a season on Friday; he is one win away from tying the school record for most victories in a season; Friday’s win clinched the Cardinals a share of the Big East Conference championship; they claimed the outright conference title on Saturday with a 7-4 home triumph over the Panthers; team records: 46-10 overall, 20-4 Big East; Thompson’s record: 10-1.
HUNTER: In one household
Schroeders have combined 505 wins, 17 conference titles, 10 sectional championships and one regional crown
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Davidson, three Borden players earn All-SAC honors
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