Archive for Thursday, November 20, 2008

Our Town Sports

November 20, 2008


Madl Horse Wins: Ty Nemo, a horse owned by Ted Madl, won the World Champion Amateur Gelding Award at the American Paint Horse Assn. competition last weekend in Fort Worth, Texas. Two other horses owned by Madl, who lives in Wellsville and owns businesses in Lawrence and Baldwin City, received top-five placings.


Junior High Basketball: Any eighth- or ninth-grade boy interested in participating in a preseason basketball clinic can all Aaron Siebenthall at 766-4769 or Bryan Duncan at 766-9840. Or e-mail


Thanksgiving 5K: RunLawrence’s Thanksgiving Day 5K will be Thursday. Entry forms are available at Francis Sports. For information, go to


Softball Clinics: Kansas University softball will conduct hitting clinics for girls ages 15-18 at 7 p.m. on Monday and on Dec. 2 and 8 at Anschutz Pavilion. An overall skills clinic will be Jan. 4. For information, contact Christi Musser at


Youth Soccer Course: The National Soccer Coaches Assn. will conduct a course for youth soccer coaches on Dec. 13 at Free State High. For information, contact Jason Pendleton at


Youth Soccer Leagues: VIP Sports is conducting soccer leagues on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at KU’s Robinson Gym. Games are at 5 p.m. for U-9 to U-12 and 7 p.m. for U-12 to U-18. For information, call 550-3452 or e-mail


Fast-Pitch Opening: The Attitude, a U-14 girls tournament fast-pitch team, is looking for a pitcher/utility player for next year. For information, call Chris Henington at (785) 806-5268 or e-mail

lAdult Winter Sports: Deadline for registering for city adult winter basketball, dodgeball and volleyball is Dec. 5. For information, call 832-7920 or go to


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