Menezes edges Schreiber in men’s club tie-breaker
June 3, 2016
Marc Menezes prevailed over Jeff Schreiber on a tie-breaker to win Flight A Sunday during the Carson Valley Men's Golf Club Vice President's Cup.
Menezes and Schreiber carded net scores of 71 to lead the top flight of the individual stroke play tournament at Carson Valley Golf Course. Bob Pemberton finished third at 76.
A tie-breaker was also needed to decide the Flight B winner, where Richard Torok prevailed over Augie Martinez after both checked in with scores of 70. Charles Poe also shot 70 for third-place.
Jim Tavernier shot 68 to take first-place in Flight C, one shot ahead of Neil Notley. Matt Budjako shot 74 for third-place.
Tiger basketball camp next week
The Tiger High Intensity Basketball Camp will be held Tuesday through Thursday at Douglas High School.
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Open to girls and boys who are currently enrolled in first through six grades, the camp is hosted by the Douglas basketball programs. Instruction, which is scheduled from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each day, focuses on such aspects as ball handling, passing, footwork, defense, and rebounding, as well as shooting.
The cost is $110 if submitted online — http://www.douglastigerbball.com/ — and $125 at the door or submitted by mail. Additional sibling from the same family are $100 each ($90 if registered online).
Participants are asked to bring their own lunch, as well as proper basketball shoes and gym shorts.
Zephyr Cove tennis event on June 15
Random partners will face-off against unknown opponents at the Zephyr Cove Tennis Club's inaugural Hump Day tennis soiree on June 15.
This monthly round robin doubles at Zephyr Cove Tennis Club is a "light-hearted, casual night of tennis" for adults of all ability levels.
Play starts at 5:30 p.m. The cost is $10 for club members, $15 for non-members, and $5 for spectators (meal only). Membership is $80 for the year. First-time members who sign-up that night get to play for free.
Participants are encouraged to bring a side dish or dessert, as well as beverage of choice to complement what the chef will barbecue.
No advance sign-up is required. Visithttp://www.zctennis.com/about/membership/ for membership information.
The club is located on Warrior Way off Highway 50 in Zephyr Cove.
Carson Valley Days basketball on June 11
The Carson Valley Days 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament is June 11, hosted by the Douglas County Community Center and MEFIYI Foundation.
A fun competition for basketball enthusiasts from ages 8 to 40-and-over, the tournament serves as an additional family attraction during Carson Valley Days. Play will begin after the Carson Valley Days Parade.
Boys and girls divisions include ages 8-12, 13-15, 16-18, under 40, as well as 40-and-over. Players are invited to play in two or more divisions.
Call 782-5500, ext. 1, or email email@example.com to register or for more information.
Carson Valley Days volleyball set for June 12
The eighth annual Carson Valley Days Grass Volleyball Tournament is set for June 12 at Lampe Park.
Three adult divisions and three youth divisions are being offered for the tournament. Registration will open at 8 a.m. and play starts at 9.
Adult divisions include men's, women's and coed, while the youth divisions are "open" fifth-sixth grade, seventh-eighth grade and high school. The cost is $60 for adult teams and $30 for youth teams. Players must be 16 years of age or older for the adult divisions.
Hannah and Rick Jenkins are instructors for a youth volleyball summer skills clinic series. Clinics at the Douglas County Community & Senior Center will be held July 18-21 and Aug. 1-4 for students in fourth through eighth grades (as of this fall).
The four-day training sessions are designed to teach fundamental, advanced skills and "love of the game." Group instruction include drills, video, on-court personal training and competitive matches.
Registration is open to girls and boys. The cost is $50 for beginning level clinics from 8-10 a.m. The cost is $75 for sixth-seventh grade competitive level clinics from 10:30a.m.-12:30 p.m., and $75 for eighth grade competitive classes from 1-3 p.m.