Sports Digest


Homestead Ladies Golf League seeks players

TIPP CITY — It’s near that time of year when women golfers are getting ready for a new season of play. For 47 years the women from Troy, Tipp City, West Milton, Englewood, Vandalia and Brookville, have been anticipating a new season of golf.

Friendly and fun is what the Homestead Ladies Golf League is all about. There are four flights, champion through 40 handicappers, (a place for everyone), on this Tuesday morning league. Play is from May through September and if you cannot be there for some reason, you are not required to find a sub. You simply call your partner or a member of the opposing team and let them know.

If you cannot play in the 18 hole league a 9 hole league is also available.

Snowbirds and those working in the education field can start when they are available.

“Can’t wait for the spring luncheon, league play throughout the summer and the fall carry in picnic,” said Luanne Spring hart, secretary of the Homestead Ladies Golf League.

If you would like more information about the Homestead Ladies Golf League please call Cindy at (937) 667-6675 or Mary Lou at (937) 837-4409.

Nominees sought for 2017 Northmont Baseball Hall of Fame

CLAYTON — Northmont Baseball is seeking nominations for the NHS Baseball Hall of Fame (HOF) for 2017. This award is to honor people and teams who have made outstanding contributions in NHS Baseball. Qualifications are that the nominee be a former player, coach or associate of NHS baseball. Players must be out of high school for a minimum of 10 years and coaches must have coached in the Northmont system at least 10 years. If you wish to submit a nominee, please contact Bonnie or Daryl Evans at 836-6249 or via e-mail at dwevans@woh.rr.com or visit the Northmont Baseball website to obtain a nomination form. Cutoff for the 2017 nominations is June 1, 2016. Please note, the HOF winners for 2016 have been selected and will be announced in the Englewood Independent prior to the presentations at the First Pitch Banquet in March. The committee maintains previously submitted nominees which will be considered each subsequent year, along with new nominations received.

Retired Men’s Golf Leagues offered at Homestead

TIPP CITY — Homestead Golf Men’s Retired Leagues for Wednesday and/or Friday mornings will have an open enrollment and league rules meeting at Homestead at 9 a.m. Wednesday, April 13. Homestead is located at 5327 Worley Road, Tipp City.

Interested men retired or older than 55 years of age are invited. Yearly fees of $20 per league are payable April 9 or by start of golf league. Golf balls are awarded for weekly prizes.

Anticipated start of league play will be April 27 and April 29.

This notice will be sent with a return postcard to last year’s players. If you played last year and didn’t receive a card, call Jim Schumacher, secretary at 698-4412 or email jschu122@yahoo.com. New applicants may address response to Homestead Golf Course 698-4876 or Jim Schumacher 698-4412.

All Ohio Challenge Wood Bat Tournament seeking teams

STRUTHERS — The 2016 Bob Cene All Ohio Challenge Wood Bat Tournament for teams with players age 16 through 18 will be held June 23 through June 26 at the Bob Cene Baseball Complex in Struthers, Ohio. Contact Ken Quinn (330) 719-0581 for information.

Former Northmont athletes offer personal training

CLAYTON — School age athletes interested in personal training and skill work with experienced former athletes and high school level coaches: Contact Bre Fisher or Mike Mangen to inquire about details or set up individual sessions. Send an email to: fishermangen@gmail.com

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