: Bradley Lloyd and Deuce Lloyd each finished second in their respective classes in Carrboro Rec’s Spring Open Horseshoe Tournament, held March March 17 at Hank Anderson Community Park. The winners, listed by class, with h=name (town) and match score, were:
Championship Class — 1st, Buck Prewette (Eden) 7-0. 2nd, Tommy Nall (Bennett) 5-2. 3rd, James Findly (Roxboro) 5-2.
A Class — 1st, George Rogers (Burlington) 7-0. 2nd, Paul Highlander (Knightdale) 5-2. 3rd, Cecil Bowes (Oxford) 5-2.
B Class — 1st, Eric Lee Guiton (Willow Springs) 5-2, won playoff. 2nd, Deuce Lloyd (Chapel Hill) 5-2. 3rd, Michael Rowland (Roxboro) 5-2.
C Class — 1st, Mario Smith (Durham) 5-1. 2nd, Bradley Lloyd (Chapel Hill) 4-2. 3rd, J.E. Smith (Germantown) 4-2.
D Class — 1st, Ramond Dunn (Durham) 5-0. 2nd, Lester Myrick (Bennett) 3-2. 3rd, Teddy Mack (Durham) 2-3. PBC SPRING TRAIL
: The Piedmont Bass Classics 2012 Spring Trail features stops at Shearon Harris and Falls Lake before the tour returns June 23 to Jordan Lake for its $5,000 championship. Other dates: April 14 at Kerr Lake, April 28 at Falls Lake, May 19 back at Jordan Lake and June 19 at Falls Lake again. For more information about the PBC or to sign up as a competitor, contact Phil McCarson at firstname.lastname@example.org@msn.com, or see .piedmontbassclassics.com or call 919-471-1571. THE BOUNCING BULLDOGS
jump rope team is offering a "spring break: camp and mini-camp in early April. Both will offer youth of all ages an opportunity to develop leadership, communication, motor skills and jump-rope techniques under the direction of head coach Ray N. Fredrick. The Bouncing Bulldogs Spring Break Camp ($200) runs April 2-6, and the Mini-Camp ($120) April 9-11. Both sessions will have classes from 8 a.m. to noon each day at the Bulldogs’ gym. For additional information, see bouncingbulldogs.org or call 919-493-7992. THE EDGE BASKETBALL:
Coach Paul Paul Kieckbusch has announced the dates for The Edge Basketball Camp, which will run June 25-29, 2012 from 9:00-3:45 daily at Smith Middle School. The camp is offered for boys and girls rising to grades 3-9. Contact Kieckbusch at email@example.com or 919-452-0444 for more information, or visit theedgebasketballcamp.com to obtain a brochure or application. HILLTOPPER LACROSSE
is now accepting registrations for its competitive lacrosse league, created to fill the void between the high school lacrosse season and the many important summer camps and tournaments in June and July. Under the direction of Hilltopper Director and Coach Franklin Zirkle, the league will begin on Wednesday, May 10, for the Lambs Division (grades 7 and 8) and Rams Division (through high school). Wednesday night sessions will continue through June 6. The league ends right as summer camps and tournaments begin. It costs (plus one penny that the players keep with them at each game.) For more information, see hilltopperlax.com. WOODS CHARTER YOUTH HOOPS
has announced the dates for its annual Summer Basketball Camps at the school located in southern Chapel Hill: June 25-29, July 9-13 and July 23-27. Registration costs $175. Directed by Woods Coach John Berry, the sessions for boys and girls, ages 8-15, will meet 9 a.m. to noon at the charter school gym. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or see www.YouthHoops.com or phone (919) 533-5919. HOOPS AT EAST
: The 16th annual “Hoops at East” Summer Basketball Academy has announced dates for this summer’s sessions. The first session is July 9-13, and the second session follows July 23-27. Hoops at East is a full day camp. Camp hours are 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. The camp open to rising third graders through rising ninth graders, and is held annually at East Chapel Hill High School. For more information, please phone Coach Ray Hartsfield at 969-2482, ext. 27423, or (919) 308-1350. Please leave you phone number and/or email address. TUSA MICRO SOCCER
: Triangle United will be offering a spring recreation soccer program at multiple locations in Chapel Hill and Durham. The Micro soccer program is designed for the Under-8 and Under-6 year old age groups. If interested please visit triangleunited.org/Micro for more information. YMCA SPORTS
: The Chapel Hill-Carrboro YMCA has opened for its Youth Soccer, Volleyball and Summer Camp. For all programs, registration can be processed in person at the YMCA at 980 Martin Luther King Blvd., For additional information, call (919) 442-9622 or see chcymca.org or contact email@example.com@chcymca. Interested coaching volunteers and part-time league staff are welcome to apply. Y Spring Soccer
season will run on Saturdays, April 14-June 2nd (primarily at Homestead Park). Divisions include coed and all-girls options for 3-4 year olds, 5 year olds-Kindergarten, 1st-2nd grades, and 3rd-5th grades. The oldest division is a coed 6th-8th grade group. Y Spring Volleyball
is designed with beginners and players with limited prior experience in mind. 5th-6th graders will play on Tuesday nights (April 17-May 29), and 6th-8th graders on Thursday nights (April 19-May 31). Both divisions are open to 6th graders, with the older group more of a fit for 6th grade players with some prior experience. Y Summer Camp
– the former "All-S.T.A.R. Sports Camp" is now "Chapel Hill Y Day Camp," and will expand its activity range while still maintaining a focus on active team-based games and sports. DIXIE ROCK 23
, billed as the oldest indoor rock climbing competition in the United States, will be held April 20-21 at the Chapel Hill Community Center off South Estes drive. For more information, check for updates at chapelhillparks.org. VENTURE CREW 39
meets alternate Wednesdays at the University United Methodist Church, located at 150 East Franklin Street, where young women ages 14-20 can meet new friends, explore hobbies, develop skills and can sign up to experience rock climbing, whitewater rafting, camping, skiing and other outdoor activities. Crew 39 is a new scouting venture chartered by UUMC for young women. Visit crew39nc.org for the full meeting schedule or call Lynn Tomkins at (919) 357-0286 or 968-4577 or email firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com. LITTLE DISK GOLF:
Carrboro Recreation and Parks will host this inaugural tournament May 12 at Anderson Community Park. Kids in four age divisions pair up with an adult player for fun and prizes. Contact the Recreation and Parks Department at 918-7392 to pre-register. BACK ROADS BIKING:
UNC Recreation is organizing this fun, three-day, 200-mile tour from Chapel Hill to Southport and the ferry to Carolina Beach State Park. The ride is open to all UNC students, staff and faculty, and also to the general public as space is available. Monitor the UNC Recreation’s campusrec.unc.edu for more information and dates. MINI-MILERS:
Carrboro’s Fleet Feet Sports again will offer training for youth runners through its Mini-milers program. For more information, call Fleet Feet at (919) 968-3338 or visit fleetfeetcarrboro.com/training/mini-milers.RUNNING ENGAGEMENTS
• Tar Heel 10 & 4 — the newly re-named Wells Fargo Tar Heel 10-Miler and Fleet Feet Four-Mile road races on April 21 benefit UNC Lineberger Cancer Center. Presented by CEP Compression Sportswear, the races likely will draw 5,000 runners to the streets of Chapel Hill. To register, visit tarheel10miler.com.
• PSF Education 5K: The Chapel-Hill Carrboro Public School Foundation is teaming up with Fleet Feet Sports Carrboro to host the PSF’s 5K for Education on April 28. In addition, PSF encourages education employees to sign up for a 6-week fitness program that begins March 12, which will help get them ready for the 5K. For further information and to register visit publicschoolfoundation.org.
• Swim for Smiles — okay, it’s not strictly a running event . But running is definitely part of the country’s largest youth triathlon. The Swim For Smiles Foundation expects upwards of 1,000 entrants for its sixth annual Youth Triathlon on May 6, helping to raise money for the UNC Children’s Hospital. See swimforsmiles.org for more information.Items for the Chapel Hill News Rec Notes should be emailed two weeks in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to (919) 968-4953, or mailed c/o Sports, 505 West Franklin St., Chapel Hill, NC, 27516.
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