Zone champ discus thrower to hold camps
Zone champion and state runner-up discus thrower Bob Linkul, a recent graduate of Whittell High School, will conduct a discus camp July 8 and July 15 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the school track.
The camp is for boys and girls ages 10 to 16 and costs $10 per camp. Bring water and wear athletic shoes and clothing.
All proceeds will go to the Lake Tahoe Hounds Track Club. The $10 camp fee also is good toward participation in the All Comers Track Meet each day.
For registration or more information, phone Linkul at (775) 885-9665 or Anthony Davis at (530) 541–1873.
Incoming freshmen athletes at Whittell High School can receive a free physical exam at Stateline Medical Center on 310 Dorla Court from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on July 15. All freshmen athletes are required to take a physical exam before being allowed to play sports at the school. The exam will cover the athletes all the way through high school. The exams won’t be offered in winter or spring.
Essential paper work is at the medical center.
Players, coaches and managers are needed for the upcoming South Tahoe Babe Ruth Fall League.
Registration for the more relaxed baseball season continues from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday and 10 a.m. to noon July 17.
The cost is $35 per player. Players are reminded to bring their birth certificates to registration.
For more information or if you want to play and can’t attend one of the sign-ups, please call Don Lee (775) 588-0621, Aleta Hannum (530) 573-1345 or Katie Olsen (775) 588-2603.
Some of the top regional volleyball players will be in town this weekend for the Zephyr Cove Men’s AAA beach tournament.
The $1,500 fourth annual tournament Saturday and Sunday is sponsored by Fred Sands Distinctive Homes and Nero’s 2000. Check-in and walk-up registration is from 8 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Saturday. To save your spot, phone Philip Orr at (530) 542-9218, ext. 4 by 6 p.m. Thursday. Play begins at 9 a.m. Saturday.
Tournament capacity is 32 two-man teams.
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