Digest: Meador named top Genoa golfer
September 23, 2004
Judi Meador matched her leading first-day gross score to recently become the 2004 Club Champion of the Genoa Lakes Ladies Gold Club.
Meador posted a total score of 154 for the two-day annual tourney, scoring 77 each day.
Meador bested runner-up Del Newport who scored 169; Meador’s name will be added to the permanent trophy in the Genoa Lakes Clubhouse.
All members participating have a chance to receive awards in three flights, designated according to handicaps.
First flight winners were Gail Teig (173 gross) and Judy McLennan (2nd at 180). Second flight winners included Louise Bell (197) and Paige Spires (2nd at 200). Third flight victors were Maggie Benz (208) and Martha Barneson (2nd at 212).
All sports boosters host golf tournament
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The Douglas High School All Sports Boosters will host their annual golf tournament at Genoa Lakes Oct. 3.
Check-in, lunch, and a putting contest will begin at noon with a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m.
Tournament format is a four-person scramble and cost is $100 per individual.
Winners in the championship flight will receive four rounds at Edgewood Golf Course and winners in the Family Flight receive a week-long stay at a timeshare in Palm Springs provided by Valley Do It center and Douglas Overhead Doors.
There will also be a hole-in-one contest which has a number of prizes including a seven-day Carnival cruise for two provided by CruiseScape Travel and a new Buick provided by Carson Valley Chevrolet/Buick.
For more information, contact tournament director Keith Lowe at 901-0759, booster president Bobby Wartgow at 782-3808 or Douglas High athletic director Steve Wilcox at 782-5136, ext. 1017.
Douglas in-line hockey tryouts
The Douglas In-line Hockey Club is having open Saturday night.
Boys and girls in grades seventh through 12th are eligible to try out.
Contact Norman Lee at 265-1089 for more information.
In-line hockey sign-ups open
The Sierra In-Line Hockey League is conducting sign-ups for its winter season.
Those interested can sign up at Play It Again Sports in the Carson Valley Plaza during normal business hours.
Call 882-7465 for more information.
Hurricanes to conduct tryouts
The Hurricanes are looking to have 14-and-under and 12-and-under A teams next year. Frank Maye, who has more than 35 years of coaching experience, will coach both teams. A workouts will be held from 3-6 p.m. Oct. 3 at the Douglas High softball field.
For more information, call Tod Harper, 267-3974 or Andy Mitchell, 782-4849.
High Sierra Diamonds seek players
The High Sierra Diamonds are looking for a few motivated players to complete their 2004-05 roster.
Call John Martensen at (775) 626-0952 or Linda Hibdon at (775) 853-8449 for more information.
SoccerFest slated for Lampe Park
The Minden Elks’ Soccer Shoot will be held Sept. 25 at Lampe Park from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The soccer shoot is an accuracy and distance skills test competition open to AYSO soccer players in or outside the area. The event will be run in coordination with the Carson Valley AYSO Picture Day.
Medals will be awarded for first, second and third place for boys and girls. The first-place winner of the U10, U12 and U14 age groups will participate in a statewide shootout for a chance to move on to the Western State Regional Competition.
Registration for the event will take place during the competition. For more information, call Scott Morgan at 782-9828.
The next day, Carson Valley AYSO will conduct its annual SoccerFest on Sept. 26 at Lampe Park. It will be a “micro-6” tournament featuring 4-on-4 games on small fields.