The Piqua High School football team will host its annual 2015 Youth Camp for children in grades 1-8 from July 13-16 at the Indians’ varsity football complex. Players in grades 7 and 8 will meet from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., and players in grades 1-6 will meet from 6-7:30 p.m. Campers should report in workout clothes and cleated shoes if possible, and they should bring tennis/gym shes for indoor camp in case of rain. The cost of registration after today and walk-up registration on July 13 is $50.
Echo Hills ladies
league flight play
Sandy Finkes won the first flight during ladies league flight play at Echo Hills, shooting a 78. Kathie Isenhouer was second with a 90 and Cindy Pearson was third with a 105.
In the second flight, Kathie Huemmer won with a 97, Gail Brandewie was second with a 99, Karen Nickol was third with a 101 and Delma Grissom was fourth with a 105.
In the third flight, Renie Huffman was first, shooting a 103. Rosalie Snipes was second with 110, Sue Dougherty was third with 116 and Linnea Thomas was fourth with 122.
Piqua City Golf
The Piqua City Golf Tournament will be held this Saturday and Sunday at Echo Hills Golf Course. Saturday’s tee times are:
7:44 a.m.: Logan Fessler, Larry Orsulak
7:52a.m.:Rob Kiser, Michael Simmons
8:00a.m.: Darren Grove, Steve Hamant
8:08a.m.:Brian Deal, Chad Sherrill, Doug Harter
8:16a.m.:Ben Gover, Dave Larger, Jeff Schaffner
8:24a.m.:Kenton Kiser, Tom Christy, Andy Arp
Piqua girls basketball
The annual golf scramble benefiting the Piqua girls basketball team is scheduled for July 18 at Echo Hills Golf Course with an 8 a.m. shotgun start.
Four-person teams are still being assembled. $50 provides a round of golf, a fantastic lunch, and eligibility for a variety of door prizes, with all the proceeds benefitting the PHS girls basketball program.
Contact Kenneth Stewart for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in playing girls tennis for Piqua High School this fall.
The meeting will be at 5:30 p.m., July 20 in the PHS CPA.
For more information, contact Chip Hare at 773-9577.
Pack The Path
set for Lock 9
Cindy Pearson and Positively Promoting Piqua will hold the fourth annual Pack The Path 5K walk-run at Lock 9 Park on July 18.
It will begin at 9 a.m. and entry fee is one canned good, with the proceeds benefitting the Bethany Center.
Bicycles are welcome as well.
The event will begin at Lock Nine and return to Lock Nine via the path that goes south. The goal is to raise awareness of heart healthy exercise and great nutrition. Please bring canned goods to support the Bethany Center’s mission to provide four meals per week to those in need. Wilma and her team of volunteers do an amazing job of providing for our community. Come out to the walk and enjoy the beauty of our bike path.
For more information, contact Cindy Pearson at 778-9017.