Sports Briefs: Kahle youth basketball registration open, Kids Super Hero runs scheduled for Oct. 10 |

Sports Briefs: Kahle youth basketball registration open, Kids Super Hero runs scheduled for Oct. 10

Kahle youth basketball league registration open

Douglas County Parks and Recreation is holding registration for the upcoming youth basketball leagues at Kahle Community Center. Registration began Monday, Sept. 21, and will run until the leagues are full.

Three divisions will be offered: 3rd-4th grade ($70), 5th-6th grade ($80) and 7th-8th ($85). There will also be girls three-on-three leagues for 3rd-5th grade and 6th-8th grade; registration for those leagues is $85.

The 3rd-6th grade season will run from November through March, and the 7th-8th grade season will go from January through March. Teams will typically have one practice and one game per week.

For more information, call Kahle Community Center at 775-586-7271. Spaces are limited, so those interested are encouraged to sign up early.

Kids Super Hero runs at Lakeside Beach Oct. 10

Lake Tahoe Marathon and South Lake Tahoe Optimist Club are holding a pair of free runs on Saturday, Oct. 10 at Lakeside Beach. The Kids Super Hero Pumpkin Fun Run for ages 1 to 10 will start at 10:30 a.m. with the Super Hero 5K for ages 10 and older afterward.

The Kids Super Hero Pumpkin Fun Run begins at 10:30 a.m., a free race for ages 1 to 10. Course distances are age-appropriate from 50 yards to sixth-tenths of a mile, and racers will receive a free souvenir bib, hot dog and drink — and a free pumpkin if they register in advance.

The Super Hero 5K will start following the fun run, at approximately 11:15 a.m. Finishers win a medal with a pumpkin design, all entries receive a T-shirt, and a prize will be awarded for the best costume — runners in costume will receive a one-minute head start.

Both races start at Beach House Grill, located below the Stateline casinos at 4081 Lakeshore Blvd. For more information or to register online, visit

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