WAYNESVILLE TIGER MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL CAMP IS COMING UP NEXT WEEK ON JULY 26-29….
THE CAMP IS FOR ANY STUDENT (MALE & FEMALE) ENTERING 7TH OR 8TH GRADE THIS UPCOMING SCHOOL YEAR…..
THE CAMP IS BEING HELD AT SLAUGHTER FIELD AT WAYNESVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL…..
COST IS $20 PER CAMPER…….
THIS IS A NON CONTACT CAMP SET FOR 6-8 PM EACH EVENING…..
REGISTRATION INFORMATION IS ON THE WAYNESVILLE TIGER FOOTBALL FACEBOOK PAGE……..
COVID 19 PROTOCOL WILL BE IN EFFECT FOR ALL IN ATTENDANCE….
each summer, well maybe not last year when summertime school activities were almost eliminated thanks to the pandemic sweeping the nation, the mshsaa implements what they call a dead period, 9 days of no contact between coaches/directors of mshsaa sponsored activities and students enrolled in member schools, or students who will be enrolled in the member school the next school year…
The dead period is a “no school activities time”; no
open gyms, competitions, practices, conditioning, weight training; no activity-related functions or fundraisers, camps or clinics
at school facilities or sponsored elsewhere by the school;
no coaches/directors or students may have planned contact other
than casual, normal community, non-activity contact.
While there may be sports activities during this time, they must not
involve the school coach, the school or school facilities.
The dead period shall be nine consecutive days in length, and must begin on a Saturday and last through the second following Sunday.
this year will fit well for many schools….july 31st is a saturday, august 8th is a sunday, 9 days later….fall practice starts august 9th….
many of the schools in the state, which will include waynesville, will use the last day of july to the start of fall practice as their dead period…..
THE DIXON YOUTH RECREATIONAL SOCCER ORGANIZATION IS SIGNING UP PLAYERS FOR THE FALL SEASON….
SIGN UPS TAKE PLACE FRIDAY, JULY 23RD FROM 5:30-7PM, SUNDAY THE 25TH FROM 1-4 PM, THURSDAY JULY 29TH FROM 5:30-7, AND SATRDAY JULY 31ST FROM 1-4 AT THE DIXON AREA CARING CENTER’S COMMUNITY ROOM AT 206 SOUTH ELM….COST IS 35 DOLLARS FOR 1 PLAYER, 60 FOR 2 AND 70 DOLLARS FOR 3 OR MORE FROM THE SAME FAMILY..
FIRST TIME PLAYERS MUST PROVIDE A COPY OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE FOR THE FILE…
THERE WILL BE NO LATE SIGN UPS….
REFS AND COACHES ARE ALSO NEEDED….CONTACT PRESIDENT BRIAN WEST AT 842-9239
DAY 2 OF THE MISSOURI GOLF ASSOCIATION’S STROKE PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP AT TWIN OAKS COUNTRY CLUB IN SPRINGFIELD SAW A NEW LEADER, AND SEVERAL OF THE AREA GOLFERS NOT MAKING THE CUT TO DAY’S 3 AND 4….
….THE FIELD OF 150 GOLFERS HAS BEEN TRIMMED TO 40…..
JACK PARKER OF COUMBIA HAS EMERGED AS THE NEW LEADER AT 9 UNDER, WITH A 133 SCORE.
PETER WEAVER OF ST. LOUIS IS THE NEW RUNNER UP AT 8 UNDER…
CHRIS FERRIS OF ST. LOUIS who LED THE PACK At 4 UNDER 67 AFTER DAY ONE IS IN 3RD AT 7 UNDER PAR, 2 STROKES OFF THE LEAD….
KORY FRANKS OF LAKE OZARK CARDED A 69 YESTERDAY AND MOVED UP FROM 30TH, TO TIED FOR 19TH….
COOPER HESS AND HAYDEN BROGDON, BOTH OF LEBANON DID NOT MAKE THE CUT, WHICH WAS 144….HESS FINISHED ONE STROKE OFF AT 145…BROGDON WAS 3 OFF THE CUT LINE AT 147..
WARREN GALLOWAY OF SUNRISE BEACH CAME INTO THE CLUB HOUSE WITH A 149..
ERIC THOMAS OF OSAGE BEACH ADDED 8 STROKES TO HIS FIRST DAY WITH AN 81 FOR A 2 DAY TOTAL OF 154…
ROLLA’S EVAN COLENCH CARDED A 76, 7 STROKES LOWER THAN DAY ONE, BUT HIS 159 DID NOT MAKE THE CUT EITHER….
BACK TO BACK DATES IN SPRINGFIELD, BUT IN NEIGHBORING STATES FOR THE KORN FERRY TOUR, THE MINOR LEAGUE OF THE PGA TOUR………
THE KORN FERRY TOUR WAS IN SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS LAST WEEK, THEN ROAD THE MOTHER ROAD ON ROUTE 66 AND STOPS IN SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI FOR THIS WEEK’S PRICE CUTTER CHARITY CHAMPIONSHIP PRESENTED BY DR PEPPER, AND THAT TEES OFF TODAY AT HIGHLAND SPRINGS COUNTRY CLUB……
DEFENDING CHAMPION MAX MCGREEVY IS ONE OF A HANDFUL OF PLAYERS ON THE VERGE OF CROSSING THE 1,650-POINT THRESHOLD AND SECURING A PGA TOUR CARD. AN OKLAHOMA SOONER ALUM TRIES TO BECOME THE FIRST PLAYER IN KORN FERRY TOUR HISTORY TO SUCCESSFULLY DEFEND HIS TITLE.
THE FIELD FEATURES EIGHT OF THE TOP 10 PLAYERS IN THE 2020-21 KORN FERRY TOUR POINTS STANDINGS, AS WELL AS 21 OF THE TOP 25, AND 26 OF THE TOP 31. ANOTHER MAKING HIS 2ND APPEARANCE IN SPRINGFIELD IS FORMER DALLAS COWBOYS QUARTERBACK AND NFL COLOR ANALYST TONY ROMO…ROMO WAS IN THE FIELD LAST YEAR BUT HAD TO WITHDRAW DUE TO WHAT WAS DETERMINED LATER, A FRACTURED WRIST….AT THE TIME, ROMO THOUGHT IT WAS TENDENITIS….
BUT WHEN YOU CAN’T HOLD THE CLUB, THE GAME OF GOLF GOES BYE=BYE….THIS YEAR, ROMO IS HEALTHY AND HOPES TO MAKE THE CUT AND PLAY ALL 4 DAYS……
THE LAQUEY HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER PROGRAM WILL BE HOSTING A DONATION CHILI DINNER AND TRIVIA NIGHT THIS SATURDAY AT LAQUEY HIGH…… TO REGISTER A TEAM AND RESERVE A TABLE, PLEASE CONTACT COACH HEENAN AT [email protected]
ENTRY FEE FOR THE TRIVIA IS 100 DOLLARS A TEAM, LIMIT TO 12 PERSONS….CHILE SUPPER IS BY DONATION AND WILL SERVE AT 6, TRIVIA CONTEST STARTS AT 7 AT THE LAQUEY HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA…
THERE WILL ALSO BE A DESSERT AUCTION AND OTHER PRIZES TO WIN……
SEC Media Days CONTINUE TODAY in Hoover, Ala.
Each coach HAS HAD the chance to speak…3 MORE REMAING…..
missouri’s eli drinkwitz will take the podium today, the 22nd at 10:05 eastern as the missouri head coach will be the first to speak today…he’ll be followed by sam pittman, head coach of neighboring arkansas at 11:30 eastern…
one of the topics may talk of the addition of oklahoma and texas, two bit 12 powerhouses jumping ship to the s.e.c…….
news of that surfaced yesterday…..
With College Football Playoff expansion coming and the sport as a whole undergoing radical change, another round of conference realignment may be on the horizon. Texas and Oklahoma have both reached out to the SEC about joining the league should the two Big 12 powerhouses choose to leave their home conference.
Citing “a high-ranking college official with knowledge of the situation,” the Houston Chronicle’s Brent Zwerneman first reported that the SEC could announce the additions of the Longhorns and Sooners “within a couple of weeks.”
a good all around effort by st. louis following a horrible loss to the cubs the night before…mike shannon and john rooney team up for the re-cap..
st. louis is 7 1/2 games out of first, 1 game shy of 2nd place cincinatti, and in sole possession of 3rd place in the n.l. central…
Yadier Molina singled home the winning run against All-Star closer Craig Kimbrel in the 10th inning to give the St. Louis Cardinals a 3-2 victory Wednesday night against the Chicago Cubs. Adam Wainwright pitched seven strong innings for the Cardinals. Harrison Bader and Dylan Carlson each hit an RBI double in the seventh to put St. Louis ahead 2-1. Bader also robbed Willson Contreras of an early two-run homer.
Brad Keller is doing his part to make sure the Kansas City Royals withstand the injuries that have decimated their starting rotation. Keller earned his first win in more than six weeks Wednesday afternoon to help the Royals complete a season sweep of the Milwaukee Brewers with a 6-3 victory.
The Springfield Cardinals (27-41) rallied with eight runs in the top of the 7th, the final frame, to take the second game on Wednesday, 10-3, in seven innings, after the San Antonio Missions (32-35) had won the resumption of Tuesday’s suspended game earlier in the evening, 10-5.