Adie wins by TKO in MMA
Carson Valley’s Justin “J.D.” Adie was successful in his return to Mixed Martial Arts competition a on Saturday night when he stopped Austin Haggerty by TKO in a heavyweight bout at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno.
Adie, 38, who represents Sierra Adrenaline Training Center in Carson City, won in 2:45 in a rematch and his first MMA fight since Sept. 28, 2013 when he stopped Haggerty (2-3) of Paradise, Calif. at 2:44 of the first round at the Grand Sierra Resort.
“He asked for a rematch, and I had toyed around with doing another one. It was nice to be in training hard,” Adie said, adding that he has officially retired from MMA.
Flume Trail Half Marathon Saturday
More than 200 runners representing 12 states are expected to run Saturday in the second annual Lake Tahoe Flume Trail Fall Classic Half Marathon.
The race starts at 9 a.m. from Spooner Lake State Park. Race day registration will be taken from 7 a.m.-8:15 a.m. at the finish line area behind Tunnel Creek Station in Incline Village.
The course is point-to-point, offering views from the Flume Trail.
Visit ascentruns.com or Ultrasignup.com for information.
Fastpitch election Monday
Carson Valley Fastpitch will hold elections for board positions Monday at the Douglas County Community Center.
The Monday meeting is scheduled for a 6 p.m. start.
Householder, Morrison win at CVGC
Chuck Householder amd Joe Morrison shot a net 59.8 to win the Carson Valley Men’s Golf Club two-man Chapman A flight event on Sunday.
Jeff and Gary Schreiber were second at 62.8 and Roger Hala and Paul Lockwood were third at 68.4.
Neil Bain and Jim Tavernier won B flight with a 72.6 and John Guidicatti and Bob van Nort were second at 72.8. Larry Lockwood and Paul Finan were third at 77.8.
Rodgers quartet wins at Empire Ranch
Dan Rodgers, Clark Reid, Bob Pluth and Marty Martinez shot a net 38 to win the four-man scramble event held for Empire’s Senior Men’s Club on Sept. 23.
Kurt Cleek, Peter Youndahl and Walt Blizzard were second at 39, and Henry Teague, Gene Gaston, Jim Watt and Art Skipworth were third at 42.
Jacobo fundraiser on Oct. 25
A spaghetti feed fundraiser to assist Carson Valley resident Steven Jacobo in his bid to train for the USA Paralympics bobsled team in 2015-16 is Oct. 25 at Flight Restaurant & Bar.
The event, scheduled to be held 4-7 p.m., will include a video presentation by Jacobo and silent auction.
The cost for the spaghetti feed is $10 for adults and $5 for children.
Jacobo, 25, earned a spot on the U.S. Adaptive Bobsled and Skeleton Association roster last year.
Flight is located at 2244 Meridian Blvd., off Airport Road. Call 782-1333 for information.