Southern Nevada Basketball Association
At City Impact Center
|Game Changers (Sam)||9||1|
|Campbell Development (Jason)||8||2|
|D-up (Keith & Willie)||6||4|
|Mob (Shelton & Shone)||5||5|
|No Mercy (Greg)||3||7|
|Free Agents (Nick)||1||9|
Game Changers 71, Campbell 61
Game Changers 70, Legends 66
Campbell 66, Man-up 61
Man-up 62, Mob 57
Legends 52, Playmakers 50, OT
Game Changers 70, Next 47
Campbell 46, D-up 43
Doolittle Community Center
Winter Youth League
2-3 Grade Division
4-5 Grade Division
|Las Vegas Rebels||4||0|
|Jr. Devils Black||4||0|
|My Way Ballers||4||1|
|Las Vegas Toros||4||1|
|Jr. Devils Maroon||4||1|
6-7 Grade Division
|Las Vegas Rebels||3||1|
|My Way Ballers||2||3|
8 Grade Division
Local Bowling Honor Roll
|Henry Ross||300||Red Rock|
|Andy Mirolock||299||Gold Coast|
|Larry Murdock||299||Gold Coast|
|Jason Coleman||299||Gold Coast|
|Rick Moran||298||Gold Coast|
|Anton Funtek||298||Gold Coast|
|Bill Gannon||298||Gold Coast|
|Mike Thompson||296||South Point|
|Dave Phillips||290||Gold Coast|
|Ken Johnson||290||South Point|
|Dave Deuzeit||290||South Point|
|George Cefali||289||South Point|
|George Cadovich||289||South Point|
|Brian Cenci||289||Gold Coast|
|Pat Pang||289||Red Rock|
|Kalani Dilliner||288||Gold Coast|
|Brandon Koss||288||Gold Coast|
|David J. Zonfrilli||287||Red Rock|
|Mike Clemence||281||Gold Coast|
|Bo Lacksanamyxay||280||Gold Coast|
|Victor Johnson||280||Gold Coast|
|Steve Mcconnell||280||Gold Coast|
|Joe Day||280||Gold Coast|
|Brandon Koss||799||Gold Coast|
|Carl Malucci||787||Red Rock|
|George Cadovich||786||South Point|
|Pat Hunt||784||Gold Coast|
|Mike Thompson||783||South Point|
|Henry Ross||781||Red Rock|
|Tracy McCoy||779||South Point|
|Matt Callahan||777||South Point|
|Les Shirwindt||772||South Point|
|Howie Partel||772||South Point|
|Brian Cenci||771||Gold Coast|
|George Cefali||768||South Point|
|Richard Jenkins||767||Gold Coast|
|Daniel Emmett||765||Gold Coast|
|Johnny DeBenedetta||764||South Point|
|Howie Partel||758||South Point|
|Mike Thompson||756||South Point|
|Steve Mcconnell||750||Gold Coast|
|Scott Vernon||750||South Point|
|Larry Murdock||749||Gold Coast|
|Ken Voss||747||Gold Coast|
|Joe Day||744||Gold Coast|
|Rob Herman||744||Gold Coast|
|Kenny Nelson||742||Gold Coast|
|Ed Lanza||742||South Point|
|Jon Dorsey||741||Red Rock|
|Dick Baker||740||Red Rock|
|Tracy Mccoy||739||Gold Coast|
|Mike Caverley||738||South Point|
|Steve Spurlock||738||Red Rock|
|Joe Kocour Jr.||737||Red Rock|
|Jim Clay||736||Red Rock|
|Ken Johnson||736||South Point|
|Dave Smith||735||Red Rock|
|John Congro||734||Gold Coast|
|Cayson Coyle||732||Gold Coast|
|Ken Wolcott||732||South Point|
|Pat Pang||732||Red Rock|
|Tony Jenne||732||Gold Coast|
|Keith Kolozsi||731||Red Rock|
|Kevin Kunst||730||Red Rock|
|Tom Kunath||730||Gold Coast|
|Tom Kunath||730||Gold Coast|
|Vinh Trieu||730||Gold Coast|
|Mike Foreman||729||Red Rock|
|David J. Zonfrilli||729||Red Rock|
|Tom Reichel||729||South Point|
|Lou Congro||728||Gold Coast|
|Brian Smith||728||Gold Coast|
|Jeffrey Mathews||728||Gold Coast|
|Mark Phillips||728||Gold Coast|
|Tom Johnsen||727||South Point|
|Russell Soberano||727||South Point|
|Joseph Zehms||726||South Point|
|Jay Zornow||726||South Point|
|Vinh Trieu||726||Gold Coast|
|Howard Loosbroock||724||South Point|
|Charles Tinder||724||South Point|
|Gordon Woudenberg||724||South Point|
|Bobby Holmes||724||Gold Coast|
|Romero Pablo, Jr.||723||South Point|
|Bo Lacksanamyxay||722||Gold Coast|
|Mike Teahl||722||Gold Coast|
|Brandon Faulkenborg||721||Gold Coast|
|Gary Hodge||720||South Point|
|Matt Bowcutt||720||South Point|
|Bernie Iwasczyszyn||720||Red Rock|
|Dawn Bourgon||278||South Point|
|Vicki Tatlow||268||Gold Coast|
|Julia Melnar||268||Gold Coast|
|Tracy Aton||260||South Point|
|Christina Pilcher||259||Gold Coast|
|Stephanie Munoz||259||South Point|
|Keli Callahan||257||South Point|
|Robyn Bryan||256||Gold Coast|
|Zena Harris||256||Gold Coast|
|Keli Callahan||249||South Point|
|Marion Powell||248||South Point|
|Christina Kinney||248||South Point|
|Keli Callahan||248||South Point|
|Christina Pilcher||245||Gold Coast|
|Erika Muratta||245||South Point|
|Priscilla Hansan||244||Gold Coast|
|Adrianne Barela||244||South Point|
|Nancy Pitchford||244||Gold Coast|
|Patty Mccune||243||Gold Coast|
|Julia LaFronz||243||Red Rock|
|Marissa Lucero||242||Red Rock|
|Angel Thompson||238||South Point|
|Becky Herman||237||Gold Coast|
|Kim Bannister||237||South Point|
|Kala Garza||237||South Point|
|Christina Kinney||237||South Point|
|Brandy Moran||236||South Point|
|Margi Turner||236||South Point|
|Yvonne Rutherford||236||Gold Coast|
|Teresa Pacrem||236||Gold Coast|
|Linda Coleman||235||Gold Coast|
|Keli Callahan||235||South Point|
|Joanne Nakaya||235||South Point|
|Jo Magdaluyo||235||South Point|
|Jeannine Conlin||235||South Point|
|Mindi Futch||234||South Point|
|Liz Alvidera||234||Gold Coast|
|Demia Mutee’||232||Gold Coast|
|Brandy Moran||232||South Point|
|Kala Garza||231||South Point|
|Trish Holthausen||231||South Point|
|Toni Teahl||231||Gold Coast|
|Julie Asson||228||Gold Coast|
|Dotty Nadeau-Haynes||228||South Point|
|Judith Gerencser||228||Gold Coast|
|Julia Melnar||226||Gold Coast|
|Sharon Zehms||226||South Point|
|Ronnie Lennon||226||Red Rock|
|Jann Arpon||225||Red Rock|
|Roe Reynolds||225||South Point|
|Linda Mundy||225||Gold Coast|
|Shirley Bruss||224||Gold Coast|
|Joanie Rippendale||223||Gold Coast|
|Vicki Tatlow||222||Gold Coast|
|Annie Lamb||222||Gold Coast|
|Sandy Matgolin||220||Gold Coast|
|Dawn Bourgon||716||South Point|
|Tracy Aton||710||South Point|
|Keli Callahan||697||South Point|
|Christina Pilcher||689||Gold Coast|
|Julia Melnar||674||Gold Coast|
|Kim Bannister||670||South Point|
|Brandy Moran||668||South Point|
|Christina Kinney||666||South Point|
|Marissa Lucero||659||Red Rock|
|Robyn Bryan||652||Gold Coast|
|Keli Callahan||649||South Point|
|Priscilla Hansan||648||Gold Coast|
|Vicki Tatlow||639||Gold Coast|
|Adrianne Barela||637||South Point|
|Chris Upton||634||South Point|
|Joanne Nakaya||628||South Point|
|Kala Garza||628||South Point|
|Marion Powell||621||South Point|
|Nancy Pitchford||620||Gold Coast|
Las Vegas Senior
City of Henderson
Adult Softball Standings
Wednesday CoRec D Division
|VIP Valet Parking||6||2||0|
|Saints No More||5||3||0|
|No Glove, No Love||4||4||0|
|Sons of Pitches||0||8||0|
Thursday CoRec D Division
|GV Baptist Church||5||3||0|
Friday CoRec D Division
Monday Men’s D1 Division
Monday Men’s D Division
|Desert Valley Dogs||1||7||0|
|Sons of Pitches||1||7||0|
Tuesday Men’s D1 Division
|Slow Pitch Bangers||2||6||0|
Tuesday Men’s D Division
|Chico’s Bail Bonds||7||1||0|
Thursday Men’s D Division
Friday Men’s D Division
|Pape Tower Dogs||5||3||0|
|Southern Tire Mart||1||6||1|
|The Jive Turkeys||1||7||0|
Thursday Co-Rec E Division
|Just For Fun||6||1||1|
|No Glove No Love||4||4||0|
|Buffalo Wild Wings||3||4||1|
Friday Co-Rec E Division
Monday Men’s D Division
Tuesday Men’s E Division
Las Vegas Coyotes
The Las Vegas Coyotes Baseball Club is looking for a few select players for their 10- and 12-year-old teams.
The Coyotes play baseball year-round in local leagues and tournaments throughout the southwest.
For more information, or to request a tryout, visit the club’s Web site at lvcoyotes.com or call Frank at 419-5717.
Peccole Phantoms Baseball Club
The Peccole Phantoms competitive baseball club will be holding tryouts for its U8 division winter team.
The boundaries for the program are consistent with Peccole Little League and will play Peccole Spring and Fall seasons, as well as club winter season.
The Peccole Phantoms are seeking serious 7 and 8 year old players to add to its competitive little league baseball club team. For more information on tryout dates, schedules and locations, or club dues, contact Coach Warren at 885-8121.
Private Hitting Instruction with UNLV coaches
The UNLV baseball coaching staff is offering private hitting lessons to local players.
For more information, call 895-2475.
Las Vegas Sky Wolves
Adult Baseball Program
An 18+ adult wood bat team is currently looking for pitchers for the 2010 spring season.
If you are interested in playing, please e-mail your information to email@example.com.
BIG LEAGUE DREAMS SOFTBALL AND SOCCER
The new sports park is forming softball and indoor soccer leagues at its location on the east side of Freedom Park.
Teams play $100 per team, plus $25 per player, which includes regular season, postseason, softballs and umpires.
The facility is also registering indoor soccer teams. The cost is $100 per team, plus $25 per player, which includes nine games, playoffs and referees.
For more information, call 642-4448, ext. 102.
Tarkanian Basketball Academy
Spring Break Advanced Skills Camp
An advanced skills development camp will be conducted by Charles Williams of CWilliams Athletics. The camp is for boys and girls in grades 4 through 12 and will be held March 29 through 31.
It will run from 8 a.m. until noon each day at the Tarkanian Basketball Academy and cost $95.
The camp will consist of ball-handling, shooting, passing, defense and conditioning.
This is an advanced skills camp and is not meant for the beginning player.
Charles Williams is a former player at the University of Cincinnati when they were top-ranked under Coach Bob Huggins.
He is currently a high school coach in Cincinnati as well as an AAU coach and a certified fitness trainer. He has trained athletes of all ages and skill levels including professionals.
For more information or to register, please visit the facility’s Web site at tarkbball.com or call 871-0096.
Southern Nevada Basketball Association
The SNBA is accepting registrations for its upcoming adult basketball leagues.
The leagues are open to men, women, and high school-aged players.
You may register as an individual or as part of a team.
There are morning leagues on Saturdays and evening leagues on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Leagues are starting now and registration is ongoing.
For more information, call Hank at 521-4638.
Wild West Football League
Adult Tackle Football
Several teams in the WWFL are looking for players.
The league is an adult tackle football league that plays games at Fountain Park.
For more information on the Cobras, call Coach Mike at 624-9004.
For more information on the Henderson Wolverines, call Coach Kelly at 834-2025.
Senior Amateur Championship
The Women’s Southern Nevada Golf Association’s Senior Amateur Championship will be played May 3 and 4 at Boulder Creek Golf Club.
The format is 36-hole stroke play, and limited to the first 60 paid entries.
A $110 entry fee includes golf, cart, range balls, awards luncheon and prizes.
The tournament is open to women at least 50 years of age as of May 3, with a verifiable Southern Nevada issued handicap. There is no handicap index limit, however, the maximum handicap strokes will be 36.
Players will be flighted by age, but first place gross and net may come from any flight.
Prize fund will pay at least 1/3 of each flight. Entries must be received by April 16.
For more information, contact Sherry at 451-0745 (before 9 p.m.) or SherryJackson1@embarqmail.com, or visit the WSGNA Web site at wsnga.org.
Nevada Lucky Division Adult Kickball
The spring season of adult kickball is scheduled to begin on April 7.
Games will take place at Desert Breeze Park on Wednesday nights.
Interested players must register before March 21.
For more information, visit the league’s Web site at kickball.com/season/nvluckyspring2010.
Red Rock Rendezvouz
The Red Rock Rendezvouz rock-climbing festival will be held at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation area from March 19 through 21.
Red Rock Rendezvouz offers clinics for advanced and intermediate climbers on Saturday and Sunday.
Registration is $99 per person and includes two days of clinics, a Friday night opening celebration, a dinner buffet on Saturday night, demos, comps and mini-seminars by event sponsors, slideshow and movie on Friday night, a blow-out party on Saturday night, pancake breakfast on Sunday morning and service projects to assist in the environmental conservation of the Red Rock Canyon and Spring Mountain.
For an additional cost, Red Rock Rendezvouz will also offer a special “UClimb: Intro to Climbing Day” designed for less experienced climbers and those who have never attempted the difficulty levels of the Red Rock Canyon. The intro day will be held on Friday and will be hosted by UClimb, an organization designed to teach all ages how to rock climb in comfortable, small-group settings with other amateur climbers.
Red Rock Rendezvouz will also offer an intro to mountain biking clinic on Friday that will teach basic biking skills and how to read off road trails.
The climbing clinics will take place at the RRC National Conservation Area. All other festival activities will take place at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park.
Event proceeds will benefit The Access Fund, a national non-profit organization dedicated to keeping climbing areas open and conserving the climbing environment. Other benefiting organizations include the American Safe Climbing Association, the American Alpine Club, Friends of Red Rocks and the Las Vegas Climbers Liaison Council.
For more information, call (800)829-2009 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miles for Better Smiles 5K
The UNLV School of Dental Medicine will once again host the Miles for Better Smiles 5K and 1-Mile race on March 27 at Floyd Lamb State Park.
Miles for Better Smiles, a charity organized by students of the UNLV Dental School to provide dental care for individuals and families in financial difficulty, will receive 100 percent of the proceeds to support the cause of giving free or reduced-cost dental care to people in need.
Runners may register for the race and gain additional information at the race Web site, milesforbettersmiles.org.
International Tennis Center
The newly opened $15 million indoor facility offers tennis enthusiasts a chance to play even on the hottest days of the year.
The facility offers locals court time for just $20 per person for singles and $10 per person for doubles players.
Cardio tennis is also offered at the ITC. The group activity features drills that give players or all abilities a high energy workout. The first class is free to locals.
The facility is located at the corner of Topaz and Oquendo, just a block east of Eastern.
For more information, call 685-6038.
TRACK AND FIELD
The youth track and field club is looking for participants to join its cross country team.
Runners should be between 11 and 18 years old.
Practices are held at 6 p.m. at Desert Breeze Park on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
For more information, call Coach O’Neal at 683-5085.