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Kirkwood reopens for weekend

Tahoe Daily Tribune Staff Reports

Tribune staff reports

Spring skiers have another option this weekend as Kirkwood Mountain Resort will join Heavenly Mountain Resort in opening the slopes.

Chairs 5 and 6 will be operational from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on both days, allowing access to the resort’s extended terrain park.

Lift tickets will be $25, with Saturday tickets good for Sunday as well, and all passes, including midweek, will be honored.

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Knight to speak at Reno clinic

Texas Tech coach Bob Knight, NBA Hall of Famer Pete Newell and UCLA coach Ben Howland will be the featured speakers during the Adidas Basketball Clinic on Friday and Saturday at the Eldorado Hotel Casino in Reno.

The cost is $100.

A group discount for four or more coaches is available. Registration includes an Adidas T-shirt, an Adidas notebook, the coach’s social, raffle prizes, clinic notes and entrance to vendor exhibits.

Rec softball openings

Douglas County Parks & Recreation still has openings for men’s softball teams to play on Tuesday nights and coed teams to play on Wednesday during the day a Zephyr Cove Park.

The cost is $360 for coed teams and $425 for men’s teams.

The league is scheduled to start on May 10.

Interested teams should call Traci Dill immediately at Kahle Community Center, (775) 586-7271.

Soccer leagues forming

Teamless or looking for a league for your soccer team to participate in?

Coed and men’s soccer are leagues are forming through Tahoe Teams Sports. Players must be at least 16 to be eligible.

Men’s play begins June 1.

For more information, phone Josh at (530) 541-5212 or Guy at (530) 544-0296.


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