Forty one competitors will compete this weekend in “The Piqua City Open” tennis tournament at the Piqua Junior High. The players are split almost even with 22 past competitors trying to stave off the challenge brought by 19 new competitors.
Matches will be played in the Men’s Open Singles, Men’s Open Doubles, Women’s Open Singles, Women’s Open Doubles, Mixed Open Doubles as well as Boy’s 12, Boy’s 18, Men’s 50+, Men’s 62+ and the Golden Buckeye Blind Draw. Draws can be found on the City of Piqua web page at www.piquaoh.org at the bottom.
Bradford high school is seeking a varsity boys basketball coach and varsity boys and girls track and field coach.
Interested applicants should submit cover letter, resume and at least three references to Dusty Yingst, athletic director at firstname.lastname@example.org,oh.us or 750 Railroad Ave., Bradford, OH, 45308.
For more info, call (937) 448-6575.
Application deadline is Sept. 5.
to hold 5K
The fourth annual Piqua Football Mom’s Club 5K Run/Walk is set for Sept. 21 at Piqua High School.
Cost is $15 for students and $20 for adults.
You can register online at www.speedy-feet.com or pick up a flyer at Piqua High School.
33 at Echo
Brian Robbins was low gross with 33 in the Thursday Industrial League at Echo Hills.
Jason Wood was second with 37, while Brian Deal and Kirt Huemmer tied for third with 38.
Dominick Jennings was low net with 30, while Dave Barnhart and Jeff Jennings tied for second with 33.
Tim Hortons 79
Jenning’s Construction 78
Brownlee — Wray 77.5
Craycon Homes 66
Huemmer Irrigation 60
A.R.M.S. Inc. 59.5
Mulligan’s Pub 57.5
Hemm’s Glass 54.5
Paul Sherry Chrysler 52