EJRT programs getting under way

Staff reports



The second session of Enid Joint Recreation Triad's tennis and swimming lessons will begin Tuesday.

Tennis lessons will be at Ninth Street Courts with sessions at 8:30, 9:30 and 10:30 a.m.

Players have the choice of lessons on Monday and Wednesday, Tuesday and Thursday or all four days. Bruce Hess, a state-ranked adult player, will conduct the lessons. For more information, call him at 484-2954.

Swim lessons will run for two weeks. Each lesson will be 30 minutes. Cost is $15.

Lesson times are at 9, 9:40, 10:20 and 11 a.m. at Champlin Pool. Enid High School swim coach Susan Glasgow will supervise all lessons.

Those interested should register 15 minutes before their lesson time.



Coolidge gym open in July for basketball, dodge ball



The Coolidge Elementary School gym will be open from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday in July. There will be adult supervised dodge ball and basketball.



Bowling continues

at Oakwood Bowl



Bowling will continue at Oakwood Bowl on Wednesdays with a morning session at 9 and an afternoon session at 1. Cost is $2 for two games. To enroll, call Oakwood Bowl at 233-8712.

For information on any EJRT program, call the office at 554-4099.



Pacers to hold basketball camp



The Enid Pacers basketball program will hold a camp July 11-14 for girls in grades 1-9 at Enid High School.

Cost is $60.

The camp will run from 9 a.m. to noon each day.

Each participant will get a T-shirt and a camp booklet, and awards will be given at the end.

To register early or for more information, call Pacers coach Nicky Emblem-Cooper at 402-1855.



NW Oklahoma Line Camp coming up



The Northwest Oklahoma Line Camp for grades 7-12 will be held July 13-14 at D. Bruce Selby Stadium in Enid.

The camp will be held from 8:30-11:30 a.m. each day.

The cost is $25 for the camp, which will have instruction on offensive- and defensive-line play.

For more information, call Tommy Parker at 233-0323, 242-6167 or 747-3427.



Pioneer Football Camp coming up



The Pioneer Football Camp, an 11-man camp for players in grades 3-6, will be held July 18-22 and July 25.

Cost is $15 and will be limited to 60 participants.

To conclude the camp, there will be a controlled scrimmage made up of teams drafted by coaches.

Deadline is July 11.

If you would like to try out the Sparks Resistance Parachute Training Aid, contact fifth-sixth grade coach Carter at 242-6207 or third-fourth grade coach Thompson at 233-7304.



Shaughnessy to hold session of tennis camp



Oakwood Country Club tennis pro Jim Shaughnessy will hold a second session of his camp Tuesday through Aug. 1 at the club's indoor courts.

The classes will meet twice a week for an hour.

Campers can chose either a Monday/Wednesday or a Tuesday/Thursday session from 1 to 2 p.m., 2 to 3 p.m. or 3 to 4 p.m.

There will be free make-ups Aug. 27.

Cost is $75 for club members and $85 for non-members.



Chisholm Running Camp coming up



The Chisholm Running Camp, for boys and girls in grades 3-8, will be held from 8 to 11 a.m. July 11-15 at Chisholm High School.

CHS cross country and track coach Joe Spurlock will conduct the camp, which will emphasize speed drills and running form.

Cost is $50.

For more information, call Spurlock at 234-8366.



Liddell to direct soccer camps



Enid High School soccer coach Craig Liddell will direct summer soccer camps this month.

A camp for players who will be in grades 9-12 will be July 11-15. A camp for 5-year-olds through eighth grade will be July 18-22.

Registration forms and more information are available at Soccer World, 223 W. Randolph (242-0909).



YMCA swim lesson sign-ups under way



The Denny Price Family YMCA will hold sign-ups through Friday for its next session of evening swim lessons.

The classes will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings July 12-Aug. 4. Eight classes will be offered from beginner to intermediate levels.

All classes have certified instructors with lifeguards on duty. The parent-child class will have a 12:1 instructor ratio; the preschool's ratio will be 6:1; and youth classes will have an 8:1 ratio. Private and semi-private lessons are available.

For more information, call the YMCA at 237-4645.



Enid Track Club Grand Prix series coming up



The first race of the annual Enid Track Club Grand Prix Racing Series begins at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Crosslin Park.

The race is for junior high and high school runners but is open to anyone who wants to participate.

There is no fee to enter.

Prizes will be awarded to the winners of the series. The other two legs of the series will be held July 21 and Aug. 4.

For more information, call Greg Stong at 234-4371.



Enid Speed -- Agility Camp coming up



The fourth annual Enid Speed -- Agility Camp will be held July 18-28 at the Waller Junior High School track.

The camp will meet Monday through Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Athletes may attend one week or two weeks. Cost is $30 per week. Weekly payments will be accepted.

The camp will include drills to improve skills of acceleration, body control, change of direction, foot quickness, jumping and lateral speed.

Participants should dress in shorts, T-shirts and running shoes or cleats.

Enid High School assistant track coach Scott Fitzgerald and EHS assistant baseball coach Dennom Sullivan will conduct the camps.

Walk-ins are welcome, but early registration is encouraged. For more information, contact Fitzgerald at 542-3059 or fitzgerald@enidspeedcamp.com or visit www.enidspeedcamp.com.

Participants should arrive early the first day of camp so parents can sign the proper paperwork before training begins.



MAYB tournament to be held in Enid



Enid's Mid-America Youth Basketball Tournament will be held July 22-24 at various sites.

There will be divisions for boys and girls teams in grades 4-12. Each team is guaranteed five games.

Interested teams should contact Tim Swartzendruber at TimS@hesston.edu or (620) 327-5164.



Evolution concludes pool play



The Enid Evolution concluded pool play Friday at the USA Volleyball Girls 15-Under National Tournament with a 25-6, 25-18 loss to Synergy 15 of Aldan, Pa., at Salt Lake City, Utah, Friday.

The Evolution was 0-5 in pool play.

The Evolution was scheduled to play USA South Black of Naples, Fla., and OVA 15-National of Orlando, Fla., in consolation play Saturday.



OSU Alumni -- Friends golf tourney coming up



The fourth annual Oklahoma State University Alumni -- Friends Four-Person Golf Scramble will be held at Pheasant Run Golf Club August 13.

Entry fee, which includes green fees, cart and lunch, is $300 per team.

Participation is limited to 40 teams, which will be flighted based on participation.

The scramble will benefit OSU scholarships, awards and programs.

Prizes include team awards, hole-in-one contest, closest to the hole, longest drive and door prizes.

Entries should be sent to Don and Krista Roberts, No. 5 Santa Fe Lane, Enid, OK 73703. For more information, call David and Sharon Trojan at 233-4625, Todd Welch at 874-2244 or Lisa Tesconi at 237-3057.



AA's split at Claremore



CLAREMORE -- The Enid AA American Legion baseball team split a pair of games at the Claremore Tournament Sat-urday.

The AA's lost to Joplin, Mo., 8-5 and followed with a 15-5 run-rule victory over Claremore.

Joplin used four runs in the fifth inning to secure victory in Enid's first game.

Claremore scored all five of its runs in the first inning of the second game, while Enid rallied for nine runs in the last two innings.

Clint Chelf and Dillon Nave each went three for four at the plate in the second game, and Zach Gonzalez went three for three. Nathan Nance picked up the win in 42?3 innings of relief.

The AA's will be back in action at 3:30 p.m. today against Fayetteville, Ark.



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