Wednesday, July 18, 2018
 
 
AAU BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
Starkville hosted its first AAU basketball tourney.
 
World Cup & Wimbledon
WAAY 31's MaryLee Melendez recaps the latest from the World Cup and Wimbledon in sports.
 
Despite cancellation, Special Olympics program hosts own event
Despite the cancellation of the Summer Special Olympics in Oregon, Eugene/Springfield's program put on an event for their athletes anyway.
 
News 8 Sports Round Up - July 14, 2018
Highlights from the Three Rivers Roleo and the Lawn Care Specialist Open
 
Day 2 at the Rosauers Open 2018
Second day of action at the 2018 Rosauers Open at Indian Canyon Golf Course.
 
Australian Baseball Team Visits Medford
Australian Baseball Team Visits Medford
 
TinChattin' 7/13
TinChattin' 7/13
 
Woodard, Perry Adjusting To College Basketball
MSU freshman Robert Woodard and Reggie Perry adjust to college basketball.
 



NYS Women's Amateur Championship
At Yahnundasis Golf Club
 
brad nurski induction
brad nurski inducted into fairview golf course hall of fame
 
Southern Miss football has four QBs on roster
The Southern Miss quarterback situation seems under control before going into fall camp on August 2nd. After Keon Howard announced his departure from the team, the depth charted seemed to slim down. Returning senior Kwadra Griggs seems to be the front runner for the starting job, but the others won’t shy away from some friendly competition. Griggs will be joined by redshirt sophomore transfer Jack Abraham, redshirt freshman Marcelo Rodriguez, and freshman Tate Whatley. It’ll be interesting to see how the 2018 season pans out as the returning starter is coming off a heel surgery.
 
North tops South in 52nd IFCA All Star Game
North tops South in 52nd IFCA All Star Game
 
Championship caliber disc golf course opens in Fort Wayne
Championship caliber disc golf course opens in Fort Wayne
 
Soccer team has a ball with Boys and Girls Club
The Boys and Girls Club had a special guest appearance at their Forest Heights Center in Gulfport. A couple players from semi-pro soccer team Port City Sounders took the day off today to hold a soccer clinic, introducing their love for the game to a group of middle school girls in the club. The girls learned basics of soccer, like dribbling and passing, while having a ball getting to know the players. Boys and Girls Club Unit Director Kris Riley says the club is a place where kids K through 12 can come after school to learn and build leadership skills. “It goes back again to building great character, great leadership. Sports relates to life. I’m a coach myself so sports relate right back to life and so those are good things that we try to build and try to encourage here at Forest Heights." Port City Sounders Coach Henrik Madsen said, “I think it’s important for the kids to get to know the game and try to get introduced to it and it’s always fascinating for them because we’ve got some of the international guys coming in and working with them. It’s a good experience for everybody.” Riley tells News 25 they plan on having the Port City Sounders back again and expanding the soccer clinic to 30 to 40 kids.
 
Jake Odum Golf Classic
Jake Odum Golf Classic
 
Willpower Baseball
Willpower Baseball
 
Scores 2-Day: July 12, 2018
Smith Post @ Helmuth-Ingalls Post
 
Baseball and brotherhood
The Newman baseball team has a special fan in the stands.
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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