Sports Digest: Dribble camp ends Saturday
The Carson Valley Basketball Association and the Douglas High basketball program are teaming up to present Dribble Camp through Saturday.
The camp, which focuses on ball-handling skills, will be 8 to 9:30 a.m. every Saturday in the Douglas High gym.
It is open to boys and girls in first through 12th grade and costs $5 per week.
Clinicians will be Douglas High basketball coaches.
For more information, call Mike Downs at 351-5729.
The Sierra Inline Hockey League is conducting sign-ups through Saturday for its 2011-12 season.
Leagues are available starting at age 7 an up through adult. All games and practices are at the Pony Express Pavilion in Mills Park in Carson City.
Seasons run though mid-May for adult divisions and mid-March for youth leagues.
The 8-and-under leagues are considered instructional leagues and are free of charge.
Youth leagues run through age 17 and a competitive high school league is also available.
Youth leagues cost $100 for the season.
Adult leagues are $145.
To register, visit http://www.sierrainline.com.
The Carson Valley Hot Shots will host its annual winter softball clinics at Line Drive U every Sunday starting Sunday and running through Jan. 29 (no Christmas Day).
8-10-year-olds will go 2-4 p.m. and 11-12-year-olds will be 4-6 p.m. Each five-week session will be $50.
Space is limited to the first 20 players to sign up. Contact Eddie Doughty at (775) 450-1136 for more information.
The Douglas County Parks & Recreation Department’s Adult Winter Volleyball League will accept sign-ups through Nov. 18.
Leagues available are Women’s 6-on-6 (Monday), Open A 4-on-4 (Tuesday), Coed C 6-n-6 (Wednesday) and Coed B 6-on-6 (Thursday). All matches are at Carson Valley Middle School.
The season runs from Non. 28 to Feb. 23.
Cost is $200 per team before Nov. 10 and $225 after.
For more information, or to register, contact the recreation department at 782-9828.
The Fullout Gymnastics Booster Club, which supports the Tumbleweeds competitive gymnastics teams, will host a poker night fundraiser Nov. 19 at the Plaza Hotel’s conference center.
A spaghetti buffet will start at 4:30 while poker starts at 5:30.
Cost is $25 for non-poker players.
For poker players, cost is $60 before Nov. 15 (includes $2,000 worth of chips and dinner) with a $40 for $3,000 in chips.
Full table purchases are available for $540 (10 players).
Tickets purchased at the door will be $80 ($2,000 worth of chips).
Payout is $500 for first place, $250 for second place, $100 for third and $60 for fourth through eighth.
The event is for ages 21 and over.
For more information, or to register, call Scott Albin at 720-3560.
The Douglas County Parks & Recreation Department will take registration for its Youth & Teen Basketball Leagues through Nov. 23.
The season begins Jan. 7. Cost for registration is $70 for grades 3-6 (coed) and $75 for grades 7-12 (coed).
There will be a girls’ 3-on-3 leagye for $75 as well. If enough girls don’t sign=up, all leagues will be coed.
Cost includes all equipment, official fees, awards and uniforms.
Each team requires a volunteer coach. Coaches, officials and scorekeepers are sought as well as team sponsors to help reduce participant costs.
For more information, contact Andy Braun at 782-9828 or visit dcprsports.com.