COMMUNITY SPORTS - AUG. 05, 2009


BASKETBALL
Southern Nevada Basketball Association
Men’s Summer League
At City Impact Center

Western Conference
Summer League
TeamWL
Gotcha (Himmie)91
Man-up (Dana)82
D-up (Keith & Willie)73
Triple Threat (Kevin)73
Sunset (Jay)64
Campbell Development55
Mayas (Angel)46
Next (Don Thomas)46
Baller (Dante) 46
No Mercy (Greg)37
Free Agents (Nick)19
Midnight (Willie)19
Ladeda (Trixton)010



BOWLING
Local Bowling Honor Roll

Men
280+ Game
NamePinsLocation
John Dobson300 South Point
Nate Orillo299South Point
Paddy Pang297Red Rock
Dan Emmett290Suncoast
Dan Emmett289Gold Coast
Ralph Chavez280South Point
Dave Smidt280South Point
 
720+ Series
NamePinsLocation
Dan Emmett812Suncoast
Dan Emmett791 Gold Coast
Ed Bordenko785South Point
John Dobson763South Point
Mel King758South Point
Roger Hyver757South Point
Nate Orillo757South Point
Even Castillo755 Gold Coast
C. Takemoto755 Gold Coast
Loni Walton755 Gold Coast
Randy Parker749 Gold Coast
Ken Wolcott742South Point
Ed Bordenka740 Gold Coast
Alan Brown737South Point
Barry Holmes735 Gold Coast
A. Fredricks734South Point
M. Minkowsky 729 Gold Coast
Scott Crandall728Suncoast
Jeff Jamison725South Point
Joe Ingino725Suncoast
Jerry Buck720South Point
 
Women
220+ Game
NamePinsLocation
Karen Miller279Gold Coast
Amy Gamage260Suncoast
D.N. Haynes256Gold Coast
Keli Callahan254Gold Coast
Sheila Smith254Suncoast
Linda Avila245South Point
Marie Cole234 Gold Coast
Keli Callahan228Gold Coast
K. Chapman235South Point
T. Holthousen234South Point
Vicky Eldred234Gold Coast
M. Powell233Red Rock
Karen Spica232South Point
Len Alcaraz231South Point
M. Dixon230South Point
Vi Allarde230South Point
T. Klinesmith229South Point
A. Dobson228South Point
A. Dobson227South Point
D. Spann226Red Rock
D. Spann225Red Rock
Linda Saenz225 Gold Coast
Cassi Theil225 Gold Coast
D. Spann225 Gold Coast
Paula King225South Point
G. Elizondo225South Point
 
620+ Series
NamePinsLocation
Keli Callahan698Gold Coast
D.N. Haynes662Gold Coast
A. Dobson656South Point
T. Holthousen650South Point
C. Chevalie650Suncoast
Karen Miller648Gold Coast
K. Chapman643South Point
D. Spann631Red Rock
Linda Avila631South Point
Paula King627South Point
Vicky Eldred620 Gold Coast



FOOTBALL
Minor League Football
Labelle Community Football League
Vegas Kings Preseason Schedule
At Clark High School
Aug. 1
Vegas Kings 15, Long Beach Lions 10
Regular Season
Aug. 8
Vegas Kings vs. Orange County Ravens, 7:30 p.m.

SOFTBALL
Las Vegas Senior Softball Association

TeamWL
Geezers1814
Bums1715
Blasters1517
Bombers1317



City of North Las Vegas
Adult Softball Standings
Tuesday Night D League

TeamWL
La Piazza40
Tommy Leigh 40
Bad Boyz31
Masonry22
Bulldogs22
Aztecs13
Olympic G04
 
Tuesday Night D League
TeamWL
Nasty Boyz31
Good Times22
Western Tile 22
Hittin .40822
The Enforcers22
No Fear13
Gabbys 04
 
Wednesday Night D League
TeamWL
BOHICA40
Eastside 40
Shake N Bake31
The Hitt31
One & Done22
Finnegans 22
Heavenly 13
Los Mayos13
Legend 04
Rancho Tire04
 
Thursday Night D League
TeamWL
Double Down40
Mad Dogs40
Killin’ Time40
Ballers31
OWM22
Sin City 13
Blue13
LV Coyotes13
Combo04
US Vets04
 
Friday Night Coed Division 1
TeamWL
Half Cocked20
Mixed Nuts31
Aztecas22
Hit N Run22
Git R Done11
Swingers11
La Piazza11
Cobra Kai04
 
Friday Night Coed Division 2
TeamWL
The Mix40
Saloon40
Questions31
Mad Dogz22
Off The Hook22
Little Rascals13
Just For Fun04
Field Crashers04



City of Henderson
Adult Softball Standings
Summer II Session

Wednesday Co-Rec D1 Division
TeamWLT
Wynn Resorts910
Losers820
LV Paving640
Blue Hairs460
Raw Dogs370
Four Seasons 0100
 
Wednesday Co-Rec D Division
TeamWLT
VIP Valet 1000
Zappos.com910
Saints No 811
Pickle550
IA All Stars361
Doormat’s370
Team Mirage190
C M Group0100
 
Thursday Co-Rec D Division
TeamWLT
Losers910
Vegas730
Shenanigans730
Henderson550
GVBC460
Hooligans460
Big A Brake370
Broadbent190
 
Friday Co-Rec D Division
TeamWLT
Sierra Gold800
Warpigs620
Pown 'Um620
Little Italy440
Riddlers440
Balls Deep350
Advantage 170
Dirt Bags080
 
Monday Men’s D1 Division
TeamWLT
Brown Eye820
Mountain 730
Dirty Dozen640
HRH451
T-Bird Lounge451
Crasher352
Timbers361
Rough Necks271
 
Monday Men’s D Division
TeamWLT
EZ Money820
Imperial Auto631
Landscape550
Lucky Joe’s550
Cornerstone 550
Red Bull460
Hit & Run361
Main Course370
 
Tuesday Mens D1 Division
TeamWLT
Concrete Inc1000
Tribe730
Capriati730
Dubya’s631
KO Tickets460
Ducky Boys361
Royal Rebels280
Nevada Assn0100
 
Tuesday Men’s D Division
TeamWLT
Bulletheads910
Easy Does It910
MGM Mirage730
Chico’s Bail 640
Hooligans550
Fairway Chev280
Base Knocks190
Abunai190
 
Thursday Men’s D Division
TeamWLT
Chavez 1000
Dirty Dozen910
Dirty Rascals730
Balls Deep460
Hitt’n That361
Show Time370
HBC280
GVC181
 
Friday Men’s D Division
TeamWLT
Masons611
Sunburst 611
Budlight620
Sandlot Crew530
Billy club350
Frat Aliens260
Jive Turkeys260
R2W170
 
Friday Co-Rec D Division
TeamWLT
Double B’s620
Royal Rebels530
Klynch Mob350
JPG Jags260
 
Friday Co-Rec E Division
TeamWLT
Beer 30600
Done Deal510
Fearless420
Game Over431
NS Bank350
Left Out260
Carnage260
Sluggers051
 
Monday Men’s D Division
TeamWLT
Jobu’s Rum910
Brand Energy730
Aguilas730
Craigslist730
Control 460
Pro Customs370
Batters370
Like A Boss0100
 
Tuesday Men’s E Division
TeamWLT
Hooters 710
Blue Steel710
Off 620
Green Valley 440
BCI440
Greenies260
Bombers260
Guardian 080
 
Thursday Co-Rec E Division
TeamWLT
Black Sox1000
RFC820
Game Over721
Misfits640
Mechanical352
Mutt Cutts280
Hit 'n’ Run280
Deep091



SIGNUPS

BASEBALL
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.
Vegas Wildcards Baseball
The competitive youth baseball club for boys between 7 and 18 years old is looking for players.
For more information, call the program at 624-8092 or visit its Web site at leaguelineup.com/vegaswildcards.

Las Vegas Dawgs
The program is looking for three players between the ages of 6 and 8 to play on an 8u club team.
The team participates in tournaments in Utah, Nevada and Arizona.
For more information, call Joe at 358-5062.
Las Vegas Wolves Adult Baseball Program
An 18+ adult wood bat team is currently looking for pitchers and catchers for the 2010 spring season.
If you are interested in playing, please e-mail your information to wolves_baseball@yahoo.com.

Las Vegas Coyotes
The Las Vegas Coyotes baseball club is looking for a few select players for its 9 and 10-year old teams.
The Coyotes play baseball year-round in local leagues and tournaments throughout the region.
For more information, or to request a tryout, go to the progam’s Web site at lvcoyotes.com or call Frank at 419-5717.

BASKETBALL
Hollywood Recreation Center Fall Youth Leagues
Hollywood Recreation Center will host its fall youth basketball league beginning Sept. 14 with registration available through Sept. 7.
Players ages 9 to 11 will participate in one league with ages 12 to 14 in a separate league. All league events take place at the Hollywood Recreation Center, 1650 Hollywood Blvd. near Las Vegas High School. The fee to participate in the youth basketball league is $55 and includes all referee and coaching fees.
A mandatory parent orientation will take place on Sept. 11 at 6 p.m. for ages 9 to 11 and 7 p.m. for ages 12 to 14. Parents are required to sign a parent code of conduct prior to their child’s participation in the league.
Those interested in the Hollywood Recreation Center Youth Basketball League can call 455-0566 or visit the Web site at www.accessclarkcounty.com/parks.

Girls High School League
Doolittle Recreation Center will be the site of a girls high school basketball league.
Registration runs from now through Aug. 12.
The eight-week season begins the week of Aug. 17.
The cost is $250 per team, plus $20 per team, per game for the officials.
For more information, call Roger at 229-1736.

Tarkanian Basketball Academy Summer Camps
The TBA will be hosting weekly summer basketball camps for boys and girls in grades kindergarten through high school.
Camps will focus on developing the fundamental skills of ball handling, passing, shooting and defensive techniques.
All camps offer full day and half day options.
Camps have begun and will continue throughout the summer.
For more information or to register, visit TBA’s website at www.tarkbball.com or call 871-0096.

Tarkanian Basketball Academy Developmental Camp
The Tarkanian Basketball Academy will host an advanced developmental basketball camp with an emphasis on plyometric training from Aug. 17 through 21.
The camp will be conducted by CWilliams Athletics of Cincinnati and is open for boys and girls entering grades 5 through 12.
This is a camp designed for the athlete that wants to improve their skill level, strength, quickness and agility.
There are only 50 spots available for each session.
For more information on any of TBA’s summer camps, visit the Web site at tarkbball.com or call 871-0096.

Triple Threat Youth Organization
The organization is recruiting girls and boys basketball players between 10 and 18 years old for its traveling teams.
For more information, visit the program’s Web site at triplethreatyouth.org or call Coach Glover at 391-3093.
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.

CHEERLEADING
Top Notch Cheer & Dance
Competitive and performance cheerleading and dance squads for girls ages 5 through 18 are now forming for the 2009-2010 season.
The program offers squads for girls who wish to cheer or dance.
Participants get the opportunity to march in local parades, perform at high school sporting events, and compete at local and out of state venues.
For more information, call Coach Bekki at 557-9104.

FIGURE SKATING
Las Vegas Ice Center
The Las Vegas Ice Center is accepting registrations for its Learn to Skate program.
The class meets Mondays through Wednesdays, and on Saturdays.
The program runs for eight weeks and is open to beginner children and adults.
For more information, visit the LVIC’s Web site at lasvegasice.com or call 320-7777, ext. 103.

FOOTBALL
Wild West Football League
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.

GOLF
Danny Gans Partee Fore Kids
The First Tee of Southern Nevada has announced that the annual Danny Gans’ Partee Fore Kids will continue in honor of the late entertainer and will be held on Monday, Nov. 2, 2009.
Cox Communications, Las Vegas has committed to a five-year sponsorship of the tournament to ensure the event will continue in Gans’ name and continue to raise funds to support children in Southern Nevada.
The tournament draws entertainers and athletes to raise money for The First Tee of Southern Nevada and its Danny Gans Junior Golf Academy. The 2009 Celebrity Pro-Am Memorial Event will honor Gans and will be hosted by strip headliner Rita Rudner. It will be held at DragonRidge Country Club in MacDonald Highlands in Henderson.
The 2009 Partee Fore Kids weekend will be held Oct. 30 thru Nov. 2 and will include a Celebrity Welcome Partee and a Celebrity Texas Hold’Em Poker Partee. The event will culminate with the Celebrity Pro-Am Memorial golf tournament hosted by DragonRidge Country Club on Nov. 2.
Now in its 15th year, the annual Partee Fore Kids has brought entertainers, athletes and community-oriented corporations together to support more than 65,000 local youth who participate in First Tee programming. Last year’s featured entertainers, athletes and PGA and LPGA Tour golfers included Willie Gault, Stephanie Louden, Mike Maddux, Jeff Gallagher, Kate Linder, Dan Jansen and Kevin Sorbo and many others. To date, this event has raised more than $1.2 million for The First Tee of Southern Nevada.
Sponsorships and spots in the Celebrity Pro-Am are available. Event information is available at the event’s Web site at parteeforekids.com or by calling Danielle Gladd at The First Tee of Southern Nevada at 433-0626 x204.

HOCKEY
Las Vegas Ice Center
The Las Vegas Ice Center is accepting registrations for its Hockey 1-2-3 program.
The class meets on Thursdays.
The program runs for eight weeks and is open to beginner children and adults.
For more information, visit the LVIC’s Web site at lasvegasice.com or call 320-7777, ext. 103.

SELF DEFENSE
Helen Meyer Community Center
Understanding threatening situations and the tactics and skills to escape them are the lessons learned during the new Bujinkan Ninjutsu classes for youth and adults at Helen Meyer Community Center, 4525 New Forest Drive. Youth classes, for those ages 7 to 15, meet from 8 to 9 a.m. while the adult classes, for those ages 16 and older, take place from 9 to 11 a.m.
All classes are held on Saturdays and begin four-week sessions on Aug. 8. The cost for each four-week session is $25 for the adult class and $18 for the youth class.
Richard “Deshimura” McCall leads the training made famous by Masaaki Hatsumi, grandmaster of authentic Ninjutsu training from the Binjinkan Ninjutsu Dojo in Noda City, Japan. The classes place heavy emphasis on thorough understanding of self-defensive tactics, strategy and the development of “kuji-in,” a ninja’s “inner sense” that helps to avoid attacks and other dangerous situations before trouble arises. McCall, an eighth-degree black belt, has more than 45 years of training and teaching experience.
Classes are for beginners and were created as an orientation into Ninjutsu training. Those interested in the Bujinkan Ninjutsu classes for youth and adults can call the Helen Meyer Community Center at 455-7723 or visit the Web site at www.accessclarkcounty.com/parks.

TENNIS
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.
Camps are also offered during the week.
A summer camp for juniors over the age of 9 goes from 9 a.m. until noon each weekday. The cost is $79 per day or $299 per week.
The beginners camp for players between 4 and 8 years old runs from 9 to 10 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The cost is $90 per week.
The facility is located at the corner of Topaz and Oquendo, just a block east of Eastern.
For more information, call 685-6038.

Youth Tennis Lessons
Helen Meyer Community Center is offering a tennis clinic for children ages 6 to 12.
The clinic will be held over four Saturdays, beginning Aug. 8.
The cost is $18 per class, per session.
Children ages 6 to 8, also known as the Short Shots, practice from 8 to 9 a.m. while the Super Shots, ages 9 to 12, take the court from 9 to 10 a.m.
The group lessons focus on the beginning skills of the game with the emphasis on fun.
Those interested in youth tennis lessons can call the Helen Meyer Community Center at 455-7723 or visit the Web site at accessclarkcounty.com/parks.

GENERAL
Boys and Girls Club of Las Vegas
Boys Nite Out
Former UNLV Runnin’ Rebel basketball player Donovan Stewart and the Boys and Girls Club of Las Vegas are hosting Boys Nite Out on Sept. 24 at the Lied Memorial Boys and Girls Club.
The event will run from 5:30 to 9 p.m., with an after-party to follow.
The purpose of the event is to pair up 200 men with 200 disadvantaged youths, who may not have a positive male role model.
The event still needs corporate sponsorships and positive male figures from the community. A tax-deductible $50 donation is asked of all volunteers.
Several other items are also needed to make the event as successful as possible.
For more information, please contact Donovan Stewart at 221-4844.

 

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