Dates, courses are set for Winston-Salem recreation department’s golf tournaments | Sports News

Golfers must be Forsyth County residents to be eligible to play in any of those tournaments.

Thomas said the recreation department would work with area courses and provide applications available this spring. 

“We plan to reach out to more schools to get our junior numbers up,” Thomas said of the Forsyth Junior, which had about 25 golfers last summer. “CDC guidelines will be followed and hopefully we’ll see some new

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Workers’ Efforts Ensure Middle Parents Don’t Miss Youth Basketball Games | Sports & Recreation

WHITESBORO – Just like Zoom meetings and virtual game nights, livestreamed sporting events have become a routine of pandemic-era life. 

According to a release, Middle Township has now put a new twist on the trend by bringing livestreaming to youth rec sports. The Middle Township Recreation Department pulled together a reasonably priced, high-quality streaming system in time for the season’s first K-3 basketball game Feb. 6. 

Because state Covid regulations

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Sports options expand at Wellfield Park in Ramona

New amenities at Wellfield Park are expanding the recreational opportunities in Ramona and providing COVID-friendly options to play solo.

Among the offerings are a tournament-level 15-lane horseshoe concourse, with three practice lanes outside and 12 inside a chain link fence, and a 9-basket disc golf course that opened Jan. 15. Both are accessible off Elm Street, with the first tee of disc golf located near the horseshoe pits.

The 166-acre

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Nevada high school sports drought ends Friday

When Amplus Academy first announced it would start a flag football program, the response was anything but overwhelming.

Coach Ariana Grgas said one player showed up in person and two virtually to the first meeting. But word quickly spread, and a team of 12 was formed.

On Friday, the Archers will make history as they play their first game against SLAM! Nevada at 4:30 p.m. on Field No. 6 at

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Brookline Extends ‘Pause’ On Athletics To Recreational Sports

BROOKLINE, MA — Earlier this week, the Brookline Health Commissioner announced all school sports should cease until February because of the pandemic. Wednesday, he added non-school related recreational sports to that temporary ban.

The pause, effective immediately, includes all practices, games, scrimmages and tournaments and applies to public and private schools in town, as well as public and private recreational sports programs.

The order applies to organized sports scheduled to

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Leads by Example: Garrett Long hopeful, excited to lead Wenatchee basketball | Sports

WENATCHEE — Wenatchee senior point guard Garrett Long has a routine. One he’s kept even before COVID-19 upset everyone’s applecart in March, and one he’s also maintained throughout the pandemic, even with a lack of resources at times.

His motivation? Distinguishing himself apart from every other 6-foot-2 point guard in the state, from an area that aside from Joe Harris and Hailey Van Lith, hasn’t necessarily established itself as a

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Tennis in Scotland? Fishing in Wales? Anger mounts over inconsistencies for sports in lockdown

Anger is mounting over inconsistencies for grass-roots sport between various members of the United Kingdom during the third lockdown.

Under-12s, angling, golf and tennis groups have expressed dismay over activities being allowed in Scotland but not in England.

The obliteration of children’s sport this week does not apply north of the border for primary school ages following lobbying in the spring by Play Scotland. Children under the age of 12

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Stewart’s Shops/Dake Family Foundation make ‘major donation’ to STRIDE Adaptive Sports

WEST SAND LAKE, N.Y. (NEWS10) – After a challenging year for most, Capital Region kids with disabilities have something new to cheer about. According to STRIDE Adaptive Sports, a West Sand Lake-based nonprofit that provides sport and recreation opportunities for children with disabilities, Stewart’s Shops/Dake Family Foundation has made a “major financial donation” that will help keep STRIDE’s programs running in 2021.

STRIDE Founder/CEO Mary Ellen Whitney explains that as

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L-L League swimmers finally getting back to business | Sports

There are always many questions when a new high school sports season begins, and swimming is no exception.

Of course, with the delayed start of the 2020-21 campaign because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this season opens with far more questions than usual.

For starters, with one of the most regimented training schedules, swimmers build up endurance throughout the season leading up to league, district and state championships. Practices in

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L-L swimmers finally getting back to business | Sports

There are always many questions when a new high school sports season begins, and swimming is no exception.

Of course, with the delayed start because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this season opens with far more questions than usual.

For starters, with one of the most regimented training schedules, swimmers build up endurance throughout the season leading up to league, district and state championships. Practices in December pay off in

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Maria Lake State Park offers free admission on holiday | Sports

On Friday, Nov. 27 Maria Lake State Park was offering free admission to visitors and people from all over took advantage.

Usually visitors need a parking pass placed on the dashboard of their vehicle in order to enter the park but not on the Friday after Thanksgiving.

The Lake Maria State Park and Sand Dunes FRA Staff said that there are several days throughout the year when admission is free

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National Sports Center for the Disabled Turns Fifty With New Brand, Same Mission

This has been a tough year for anniversary celebrations. The National Sports Center for the Disabled turned fifty in 2020, but the NSCD wasn’t able to have a big bash — even if this anniversary is really something to celebrate.

In 1970, legendary ski instructor Hal O’Leary, along with Jerry Groswald and Jack Buchheister, founded the Winter Park Handicapped Ski Program as a way for the resort to help children

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This month’s spotlight highlights Cosmetology, Construction Tech | News, Sports, Jobs

Working on developing cosmetology skills at the Columbiana County Career and Technical Center.

The CCCTC programs being featured in November are Cosmetology and Construction Technology.

These programs are very popular with students because students gain the skills and certifications they need to enter straight into the workforce upon graduation. Even though students can enter the workforce, they may also pursue an alternative path and choose to take advantage of the

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