Enid News and Eagle
ENID, Okla. —
U-12, U-13 soccer
tryouts set for Saturday
Tryouts for the Enid Soccer Club’s Under 12 and Under 13 competitive teams are 9 a.m. Saturday at the club’s complex on West Poplar. Players should arrive by 8:45.
For information, contact coach Russell Wilson at 541-4874.
Registration on for
Hillsdale Firecracker 5K
The Hillsdale Booster Club, in conjunction with the Enid Running Club, will host the fifth-annual Hillsdale Firecracker 5K at 8 a.m. July 4.
A fun run will follow at 9 a.m.
Pre-registration for the race is open until Wednesday. Fees are $25 for those who have pre-registered and $30 for those who registered on race day. Race day registration begins at 7 a.m. There will be a $10 fee for the fun run.
Pre-registration will assure participation of getting a T-shirt.
Registration can be done on line by going to www.getm eregistered.com or by contacting race coordinator Charlotte Bowen at (580) 635-2227 or HYPERLINK to malito:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funds from the race have helped the Hillsdale community pour a new sidewalk along the east side of Main Street and install new playground equipment in the community’s city park.
Meadowlake Men’s Association Golf League will be holding a stableford-scoring event at 8:30 a.m. June 29.
The tournament will be flighted by handicaps and is a net event.
Points are as follows: double eagle, nine points; eagle, five points; birdie, 3 points; par, 1 point; bogey, none; double bogey or worst, minus one point.
Cost is $20 and will not include green fees and cart.
For information, call the Meadowlake pro shop at 234-3080.
Registration on for
Wheat Capital golf
Registration has begun for the Wheat Capital Golf Tournament Aug. 3-4 at Meadowlake Golf Course. It’s the first event for Meadowlake players to qualify for next year’s Enid Ryder Cup.
Cost is $85 for those who sign up and pay before July 20. It’s $90 after that.
Fees include food both days, prizes, green fees, tee prizes and closest to the pin contests. It does not include cart rental.
For information, call the Meadowlake pro shop at 234-3080 or go on line at www.mead owlakecourse.
NCAA falls short in
overturning scouting ban
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The NCAA will ban coaches from scouting future opponents at most live games in all sports.
The legislation, originally passed in January, fell short of being overridden this week by the full membership. Though a majority of eligible Division I schools that cast votes — 154 of 279 — elected to eliminate the ban on live scouting, it represented only 55.2 percent. It takes 62.5 percent to override the measure. Ninety-six of the eligible schools didn’t vote.
The ban takes effect in August.
An NCAA committee proposed the ban because of improvements in video technology and the belief that live scouting could impact fair competition because some coaches believe they won’t have the same access to quality video.
Other schools say the ban runs contrary to the NCAA’s deregulation effort. The ban takes effect in August.