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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - December 8, 2002, Galveston, Texas                                THE DAILY NEWS Sunday December 8 2002 HIGH FIVES B5 Kortney HargraveBrand sports copy editor 409 6835211 5613611 Ext 5211 HOT SHOTS PLACE FIRST PELICANS ADVANCE TO PLAYOFFS i J The Boys U11 Galveston Youth Soccer Association Hot Shots soccer team came in first place with a 91 record for the fall season competing against teams from The Bay Area Youth Soccer Association They are coached by Jose Alcocer and Bill Reed Teams members are Joey Alcocer Joey Walker Joey Hogan Sean Lenihan Jimmy Furlong Luke DiMarco Thomas Singleton Johnathan Paige Christian Grimaldo Ben Mytelka Matthew Letinich Marshall Paysse Jordan Johnson Brandon Schattel Andrew Guzman and Kyle Parker The Galveston Wild Pelicans are advancing to the Eastern District playoffs this month Team members are left to right Juliet Garcia Sarah Boysen Nikki Berg Mei Makino Alanna Kelly Camaron Chide Lauren Olsen Elizabeth Ford Randyi Cooley Lauren Pucciarello Kristie Sheridan Erin Moriarty Alex Bennett Alexa He ichelheim and Carol Cuchia Coaches are David Berg and Mark Roche Not pictured is Anne Scruggs RECREATIONAL BRIEFS EDITORS NOTE Send items to Michael Peters sports editor The Galveston County Daily News Box 628 Galveston TX 77553 or fax them to 409 7403421 Type or print cleariy You must include a phone number Or email your information to kortney hargrave To ensure accuracy information will not be taken by telephone Items will be included as space allows All copy is subject to editing GALVESTON SEAWOLF PARK FISHING TOURNAMENT What Fishing tournament with prizes awarded When Today Cost entry fee plus daily Seawolf Park fishing fee For info Contact Park Board for rules regulations and entry form 49ERS AT COWBOYS What Bus ride game ticket refreshments on bus to San Francisco 49ers at Dallas Cowboys When Today depart 4 Where Depart from Galveston Wal Mart Cost per person for bus game ticket bus refreshments For infc Tommy Napuli at 409 7716001 or 409 7443795 TRIPLE D BASEBALL CAMP What Bali High baseball coach David Drake directs the Triple D baseball camp The camp provides instruction in hitting fielding throwing pitching base running stretching baseball termi nology team concepts fair play and sportsmanship When Dec 2122 Where Bernard Davis PonyColt Sta dium Cost per player and per player for families with two or more campers For info Call David Drake at 281 3323113 or 832 8182853 LAKERS AT ROCKETS What Bus ride game ticket refreshments on bus to Lakers at Houston Rockets Seats are limited to first 53 people First come first serve When Jan depart Where Depart from Galveston Wal Mart and Texas City Popeyes across from Mall of the Mainland at 6 Get into High Fives Please help us share your community sports news with friends and family all over Galveston County The best way to get a picture into High Fives is to send us a closeup pho tograph of the subjects face with your story You can send the infor mation to The Galveston County Daily News Attention High Fives Box 628 Galveston TX 77553 Fax 409 7403421 Material can also be de livered to the main office 8522 Teichman Road Galveston or the Main land Service Center 3000 FM 1764 La Marque Information also can be sent by email to knrtneyhar grave@galvnews.com Cost deposit due by Jan For info Tommy Napuli at 409 7716001 or 409 7443795 YMCA SPORTS PROGRAMS What The YMCA will have Youth Sports programs for ages 218 The programs will consist of biddy basket ball tumblebugs ballet arts youth volleyball and youth basket ball Where Galveston County YMCA For info Call the Galveston County YMCA at 409 7634607 HITCHCOCK TEXAS SELECT BASEBALL What Texas Select Baseball will be hosting pool play baseball tournaments having tryouts for 11U and 12U base ball teams and forming its 2003 Spring league for age groups from 11U to 14U When Pool play tournaments are today Dec 14 and 15 team tryouts for 1111 and 12U are 7 Dec 11 and Spring league play starts February 24 2003 Where Jack Brooks Park Cost Spring league fee is per team Baseballs and umpires are in cluded For info Call Matt Johnson at 409 3160735 or email txselect baseball@aol.com K E M A H HOUSTON ROWING CLUB What The Houston Rowing Club will have teen group sculling captains cup indoor rowing fitness singles group sessions baby boomers bluegrass and more When Every day through the month of Dec Jazz on the Dock of the Bay jazz concert 7 to 9 free sculling certification for ladies today Where Located off FM 2094 at Clear Lake Shores Watergate Marine Center Forinfo Call 281 5321518 SOUTH SHORES ROWING CLUB What The South Shores Rowing Club will be meeting to cover several topics of interest to all singles who enjoy the benefits of rowing When Every Saturday Where Pier 25 Watergate Marina For info Call 281 5321518 LA MARQUE LOWIMPACT AEROBICS What La Marque Presbyterian Church will have lowimpact aerobics for ages 55 and older When Fridays Where La Marque Presbyterian Church For info Call 409 9352760 TEXAS CITY SOFTBALLTRYOUTS What 14U Division 1 softball team is looking for motivated and dedicated players in all positions for serious com petition Where Softball fields on Bay Street When 3 today For info Call Stan Voight at 409 945 5067 SOCCER CAMP What Two session soccer camp with emphasis on necessary skills to partici pate effectively and emphasize skill im provement as well as technical and tac tical awareness Where College of the Mainland When Deadline to sign up is Dec 19 Camp runsJan 6 through 10 Cost per person For info Call COM at 409 9381211 Ext 422 or 18882588859 Ext 422 HOLIDAY BASEBALL CAMP What 2002 Holiday Baseball Camp for kids ages eight through 18 directed by Chris Smith Dodgers scout and former coach at Cal State Fullerton and Loyola He will be assisted by Kyle Van Hook professional scout former head baseball coach at Blinn College and former assistant coach at San Jacinto College along with former Texas City high school player Matt Cooper Attendance will be limited When Dec 30 through 31 Where Robinson Stadium Cost per player For info Call 979 8301809 after 6 OFFICIALS NEEDED What The City of Texas City Recre ation Tourism Department is currently seeking individuals to train to become Youth basketball officials For info Call Ben Marshall at 409 9493009 AREA FOREST SERVICE OFFERS DEER PERMITS What The Forest offer a limited number of permits to hunt antlerless deer Applications should be on a 3by5 postcard with the words Antlerfess Permit and the applicants 20022003 hunting license number When General season is today through Jan 5 For info Call the Forest Service at 936 6398569 WINTER KICKOFF TOURNAMENT What Mid America Youth Basketball 2002 Winter Kickoff Tournament Age based grouping for 3rd through 8th grade boys and girls Skill grouping as available Three gamesguaranteed When Dec 1415 Where Newton KS For info Call 316 2840354 or email mayb@mayb.com or see for details SKILL EVALUATION CAMP What Lone Star Athletics will conduct a high school skill evaluation camp and recruiting seminar The event is de signed to educate the athlete and his parents on how to best utilize their ef forts in finding an opportunity to com pete at a collegiate professional level When Dec 21 through 22 Where Brenham For info Call Frank Domer at 281 4696721 or email lonestarathletics@msn.com. HOLIDAY CLASSIC What Salinas Gloves 5th Annual Hol iday Classic baseball tournament Two high school divisions 18U and 16U six teen team minimum in each division When Dec 20 through 22 Where Corpus Christi Forinfo Contact 361 9917881 ore mail s3gloves@msn.com UT BASEBALL CAMPS What Baseball camps focusing on specialty and advanced specialty When Dec 21 through 23 and 28 through 30 For info Call 512 4713309 or howardh@mail.utexas.edu UH BASEBALL CAMPS What Camps conducted by Rayner Noble and his staff along with other coaches professional scouts profes sional players and current Cougar players to sharpen skills for upcoming season When camp and hit camp will be held on Dec 27 and 28 and Jan 2 through 4 Posi tion specific skills camps will be on Jan 2 through 4 Where University of Houston For info Call the Houston Cougar Baseball office at 713 7439396 or go to BASEBALL TOURNAMENTS What Lone Star Athletics will conduct Open Round Robin Baseball tourna ments for age groups 10U18U When Jan 18 through 19 Where Brenham For info Call Frank Domer at 281 4696721 or email Iones1arathletics@msn.com College bowling provides opportunities for athletes ADs The Associated Press HACKENSACK N J Tb many people bowling meant to be played with a beer in one hand and a cigarette in the other Its a game for rainy afternoons or Thursday nights after work To college administrators however bowling is a new way to comply with the reg ulations of Title IX And per haps most importantly bowling has provided a small group of women with an op portunity to attend college I wasnt going to go to col lege I was going to go to beauty Dana laconic said I always wanted to go to hair school since I was 12 Then Mr LoPresti came with the Mike LoPresti became the first coach of the Fairleigh Dickinson varsity womens bowling program in April not long after the university an nounced it was adding the sport to its athletic program laconic is one of five freshmen on the squad all of whom receive full scholar ships Through his contacts in the New Jersey bowling commu nity and his experience coaching in the area LoPresti organized the programs first season which started this fall and runs through April Nationally more than boys and girls com peted on high school bowling teams in the 200102 academic year according to the National Federation of State High School Federa tions participation When FDU initiated its program it became the 40th institution in the country with a varsity ele vating womens bowling to championship status in the eyes of the NCAA The gov erning body will run its first womens bowling champi onships in the 200304 acad emic year In September 1994 the NCAA recognized womens bowling as an emerging sport to encourage institu tions to provide more athletic opportunities to female ath letes and to help them comply with Title LX the 1972 federal law prohibiting gender discrimination in academia ALUMINUM CANS ONLY OVER 100 LBS cans MM D coupon Offer expires December 14 2002 m Ivli w 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