Madonna to have golf outing
CHESTER - The Weirton Madonna Football Golf Outing will be held at Mountaineer Woodview Golf Course at 8 a.m. on June 9.
The cost is $70 per player and includes golf, cart, continental breakfast, drinks, lunch, dinner, skill prizes, drawings. A putting contest will also be held and each player may buy two mulligans for $5 a piece.
For information, contact Joe Kotten at (304) 374-9944.
Post 33 to hold hitting camp
STEUBENVILLE - Steubenville American Legion Post 33 is conducting its 18th-annual Hitting Camp at Vaccaro Field for players ages 7-18 in three sessions: June 4-6, June 11-13, June 18-20. Camp runs from 9 a.m. to noon. Cost is $80 per camper.
For information, contact Mike Florak at (330) 550-6069.
Sparks records an ace
STEUBENVILLE - Jeff Sparks recorded a hole-in-one at Steubenville Country Club during the annual Pabian Invitational. The Columbus resident used a 4-iron on the 210-yard par 3 16th hole.
The witnesses were Tony Guida and Chad Campbell.
Chiefs to hold registration
WINTERSVILLE - The Mingo/Indian Creek Chiefs will hold registration for players ages 7-12 (and 13 if child does not turn 14 before Nov. 7) from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 9 at the Indian Creek High School practice field.
Cost is $65 and please bring copy of birth certificate for age confirmation and team placement.
For information, contact Jeff Campbell at (304) 670-1770 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Redskins to hold golf outing
WINTERSVILLE - The Indian Creek football team is holding its golf outing June 9 at Red Oaks Golf Course. Cost is $55 per person and includes golf fees, food at the turn, a steak dinner, and prizes.
Call Red Oaks at (740) 944-1400 for tee times.
FUS hosting sports camps
STEUBENVILLE - Franciscan University of Steubenville is offering summer sports camps. Focusing on fundamentals, teamwork, and competitive training, six of FUS's NCAA Division III head coaches will direct beginner, individual, and team camps specializing in volleyball, soccer, tennis and basketball.
"Our vision is to help continue the integration of Franciscan athletics into the community," said John Lamanna, logistics coordinator for the summer camps and men's basketball coach, "while introducing new sports camps that provide more options for the youth here in the Ohio Valley."
Head volleyball coach Kelly Herrmann continues her years of camp success with six volleyball camp opportunities.
Options of individual, beginner, and high school team camps are available. Herrmann's individual camps kick off the summer beginning June 11.
Soccer coaches Ward Rogers and Johann Marin are teaming up to bring back their high school team and specialized goalkeeper camps. Soccer goalkeepers from the ages 12-18 are encouraged to sign up for one-on-one training. All soccer camps will take place in July.
Head women's tennis coach Jenna Lynch is offering co-ed tennis camps for a wide range of local athletes. Morning youth camps span the ages of 4 through 11. Evening camps for junior high and high school athletes will take place in June.
Lamanna is joined by FUS assistant women's basketball coach Suzy Delaney in running camps from June through August. Athletes ages 4-12 are offered beginner or youth camp opportunities. A women's high school camp is offered June 4-6, while the men's high school camp information is provided upon request.
"We encourage all parents to sign up for camps early to ensure their son or daughter has a spot in his or her desired camp," added Lamanna. "We are already receiving many signups for all our camps, and space is limited."
For information, visit www.franciscanathletics.com to download a copy of the summer camp brochure and register.
Spartans teams fare well
WINTERSVILLE - The five JK United Spartans Select soccer teams went 4-0-4 recently.
The U10 Boys Division 4 team posted 4-4 ties against Peters Township and West Virginia United. Recording points for the Spartans (2-1-3) were: Gunnar Brettell, Noah Reinacher, Lauren Ferralli, Tom Beigel, Jack Rook, Josh Kinyo and Vince Carapellotti. Jacob Clevanger and Travis Shore combined for 17 saves in goal.
The U10 Boys Division 6 team improved to 4-0-1, beating Greene County 8-0 and Belle Vernon 5-2. Recording points were: Matthew Duff, David Ferroni, Brandon Hiles, Rileigh Gualtiere, Jayden Oleksy and Cole McCullough. Hiles and McCullough and combined for 18 saves.
The U12 girls team (2-0-2) tied Steel Valley 2-2. Recording points for the Spartans were Sydney Gates, Emma Crites and Layna Pasiuk. Theresa Duff and Crites combined for 10 saves.
The U12 boys tied the Weirton Force (0-0) and defeated Ringgold 7-4. Recording points for the Spartans were: TJ Brown, Juan Miguel Gonzalez, Mikey Irvin, Brennon Norris and Justice Slappy. Ian Phillips made 22 saves.
The U14 boys team (3-1) beat Bethel Park (6-0) and Peters Township (4-3). Recording points for the Spartans were: Tyler Clevanger, Federico Torres, Parker Dalton, Michael Wendt, Connor Pecar, Evan Ossman and Mason Pasiuk. Brien Beattie and Pasiuk combined for multiple saves.