Area players selected for Shrine game
OMAHA — Several area players were selected for the 23rd annual Nebraska Shrine Soccer Classic set for June 18 at Caniglia Field on the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus.
In the boys' game, Scotus Central Catholic teammates Alec Foltz and Jackson Kumpf, Columbus High's Luis Arcos and Schuyler's Diego DeArcos are members of the North squad. Scotus' Jon Brezenski is one of two coaches for the team.
On the girls' side, Scotus' Morgan Thorson and Schuyler's Rebecca Folda are teammates on the North squad.
The girls' game is scheduled for 5 p.m. June 18 with the boys' match to follow at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children.
Kosch named Super State golfer
LINCOLN — Humphrey St. Francis junior Trevor Kosch was named to the boys golf Super State team by the Nebraska Coaches Association.
Kosch won the individual title in Class D last month at Lake Maloney Golf Club.
In girls tennis, Columbus High's Alyssa Curry and Rachel Klatt were honorable mention All-State selections.
Izaak Walton trapshooting results
COLUMBUS — The following are the Izaak Walton trapshooting results from Week 5:
25 straight: Kyle Kovar.
24 straight: Brian Hajek, Virg Crumley, Joe Citta, Anthony Hanson, Zach Ridgeway, Dennis Odgaard and Doug Ewert (2).
23 straight: Trent Crumley, Gary Chamberlin, John Wardenburg, Cole Pensick, Zack Recek, Tim Ramaekers, Anthony Hanson, Les Cattau (2), Kyle Kovar, Ron Kasper, Chase Orender, Teena Jones, Jeff Orender, Rick Grabo, Dan Dechant, Pat Byrnes and Tweet Placek.
1. Nice Guys, 196
2. Monroe Tavern, 195
2. Ron's Flooring, 195
4. SLA, 194
4. McKowns, 194
1. Nice Guys, 74
2. SLA, 69.5
3. T & K Pit Stop, 65
4. Monroe Tavern, 58
Pawnee Ringers league results
COLUMBUS — The following are the Pawnee Ringers Horseshoe Club league results from June 2:
Ringers Plus 17-10; Duncan Drozd 16.5-10.5; The Lucky Ringers 12.5-14.5; The Merrick County Boys 18.5-8.5; The Double Ringers 6.5-20.5; The Spitfires 11-16.
Don Branting had the high ringer percentage at 70 percent and high game with 117 points. Heather Dole had the top handicapped game with 176 points.
Torch run going through Columbus
LINCOLN — The Nebraska Sports Council invites Columbus- and Norfolk-area residents to run a mile with the Cornhusker State Games Torch on June 20.
There is no entry fee and runners will receive a free T-shirt.
The torch run is the precursor to the 2016 Cornhusker State Games, which take place July 15-24 in Lincoln and surrounding communities. Competition is offered in more than 60 sports for an estimated 13,000 athletes.
The torch run consists of eight legs and will reach Lincoln, its final destination, on June 21 at Haymarket Park. The other legs include: Omaha, Scottsbluff, Sidney, North Platte, Kearney and Grand Island. The torch run officially ends when the cauldron is lit at the July 15 opening ceremonies. The route covers more than 500 miles and involves approximately 1,000 runners and volunteers.
Runners are responsible for their own transportation and will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. To sign up, contact Pat Hagedorn at 402-471-2544 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Cornhusker State Games entry information or to register online, go to www.cornhuskerstategames.com or call 402-471-2544.
YMCA hosting golf scramble
COLUMBUS — The Columbus Family YMCA Foundation golf scramble will be held 1 p.m. June 17 at Elks Country Club.
The cost is $300 per foursome or $80 per player with all proceeds going to the YMCA. Business sponsorships are $500, which includes hole advertising and a golf foursome.
For more information or to register, call Corey Briggs at 402-564-9477.
Runaround set for July 16
COLUMBUS — The 31st annual Downtown Runaround will be held July 16, starting at 23rd Avenue and 11th Street in downtown Columbus.
The 5-mile run will start at 8 a.m., with the 2.1-mile event following at 8:05 a.m.
Entry forms are available at the Columbus Family YMCA and most local banks. Participants are also encouraged to register online at getmeregistered.com.
The entry fee is $20 before July 6 and $25 from July 7-8. Entries will not be accepted after July 8.
The kids' run for youths ages 12 and younger will be held 7:30 p.m. July 15 with the 1-mile course starting and ending at Pawnee Park's Memorial Stadium.
Entries must be received by July 13 to receive a T-shirt on race day. T-shirts cost $8, but youths may participate in the race at no cost.
Rotary sponsoring volleyball tourney
GARRISON — The David City Rotary Club is hosting a 6-on-6 coed sand volleyball tournament June 18 at Little Water Bar & Grill in Garrison.
The entry fee is $150 per team, with a cash prize awarded to the champion. Each team is guaranteed three games.
The entry deadline in June 17.
Proceeds from the tournament will support scholarships and local projects.
For more information or to register, contact Michaela Moravec at 308-940-0745 or email email@example.com.
Golf tourney benefits dancers
COLUMBUS — Lynette’s eighth annual Citrus Bowl Dancers Golf Tournament is set for June 18 at Quail Run Golf Course.
This tournament offers a few fun twists playing on the football theme of the Citrus Bowl as well as the challenges of a golf scramble.
The four-person, 18-hole scramble begins with an 8 a.m. shotgun start. There will be three flights with three prizes awarded in each flight.
Cost is $70 per person or $280 per team and includes green fees, cart, pin prizes, two drink tickets and a meal. Pin prizes and door prizes will be awarded. There will also be a hole-in-one contest sponsored by Gene Steffy Ford to win a two-year vehicle lease.
To reserve a spot in the tournament, contact Craig Enderlin at 402-276-5052 by June 16, email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 402-910-3744. Checks should be payable to Lynette’s Citrus Bowl Dancers. Mail team names and payment to 3076 38th Ave., Columbus, NE 68601.
Lakeview offering wrestling clinic
COLUMBUS — Lakeview High School is hosting a youth wrestling clinic June 20-22.
Featured clinicians are Gaylen Kamrath, Jake Nichelson, Christian Stutzman and Logan Rodehorst.
The clinic, which is for grades three through eight, runs from noon to 3 p.m. Cost is $35 per wrestler, which includes a camp T-shirt.
Registration forms can be picked up at Lakeview High School or downloaded from the Lakeview Community Schools' website at www.lakeviewcs.esu7.org.
Any camper who is participating in the Lakeview youth football camp in the morning will receive a free lunch before wrestling camp starts at Lakeview High School and a $5 discount on registration.
For more information, contact Jeff Bargen at 402-564-8518 or email email@example.com.
Cornerstone hosting tennis tournament
YORK — Cornerstone Bank will host its 34th annual non-sanctioned tennis tournament Aug. 6-7 at Levitt Tennis Courts next to York High School.
Entries will be limited to one single and one double. The matches will be the best of three sets with a 12-point tiebreaker at 6-all. There will be a super tiebreaker if sets are split in lieu of a third set.
Registration forms are available at any Cornerstone Bank or on the bank’s website at www.cornerstoneconnect.com. The entry deadline is noon Aug. 3. Singles entry fee is $15 per division and doubles entry fee is $20 per team.
Pairings will be available after noon on Aug. 5 from Mandy Hengelfelt at Cornerstone Bank at 402-363-7423 or on the website.
For more information, call Hengelfelt at 402-363-7423.
Scotus holding summer camps
COLUMBUS — Scotus Central Catholic will host summer camps for basketball, football, soccer and volleyball.
The volleyball camp is set for July 11-14. For more information, contact Joe Held at 402-910-3087.
The soccer camp is scheduled for June 13-16. For more information, contact Jon Brezenski at 402-276-6679 or Kristie Brezenski at 402-563-2065.
The boys basketball camp will be held June 6-9.
Football camps are scheduled for July 11-22.
The girls basketball camp is set for May 31 through June 3. For more information, contact Jarrod Ridder at 308-550-1174.
Rescue Mission golf tourney planned
COLUMBUS — The 11th annual Columbus Rescue Mission Masters Classic will be held Friday at Elks Country Club with a 12:30 p.m. shotgun start.
The entry fee for the four-person scramble is $75 per golfer, which includes green fees, cart, team prizes, flag prizes, door prizes, a hat, lunch and hors d'oeuvres at the awards ceremony.
Players can sign up at the Rescue Mission, 402-563-1096, or Elks Country Club, 402-564-4930.
CPS holding summer camps
COLUMBUS — Columbus Public Schools will hold summer camps for weightlifting, football, basketball, tennis, golf, swimming and diving, volleyball, girls soccer and marching band.
Camp forms are available at the Columbus High School office or online at www.columbuspublicschools.org.
Central hosting sports camps
COLUMBUS — Central Community College-Columbus will hold the following basketball camps:
• Father’s Day basketball camp for children 5 to 13 years old and their parents, from 1 to 3 p.m. June 18. The cost is $20 for the first child and $10 for each additional child.
• Coed Little Raider Basketball Camp for youths in the first through third grades, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. June 28-30. The cost is $30.
• Coed Little Raider Basketball Camp for youths in the fourth through eighth grades, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. June 28-30. The cost is $30.
Preregistration is required.
Central will host the following volleyball camps in June:
• Little Raider Camp for kindergartners and first- and second-graders, from 9-10:15 a.m. June 27-28. The cost is $35.
• Little Raider Camp for third- and fourth-graders, from 10:30-11:45 a.m. June 27-28. The cost is $35.
• Skills Camp for fifth-, sixth- and seventh-graders, from 1-3 p.m. June 27-28. The cost is $40.
• Setting Camp for youths in grades eight through 12, from 9:30 a.m. to noon June 29. The cost is $25.
• Passing/Defense Camp for youths in grades eight through 12, from 9:30 a.m. to noon June 30. The cost is $25.
• Hitting Camp for youths in grades eight through 12, from 1-3 p.m. June 30. The cost is $25.
Preregistration is required.
For more information on any of the CCC-C camps or to enroll, contact the CCC athletic department at 402-562-1254; toll-free at 1-877-222-0780 ext. 1254 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camp forms are available online at http://cccraiders.com.
Lakeview holding volleyball camp
COLUMBUS — The Lakeview Volleyball Skills Camp will be held June 13-17 at Lakeview High School.
The camp is for youths entering the third through 12th grades and costs $35. The registration deadline is Friday to receive a camp T-shirt. Participants may register after that date, but aren't guaranteed a shirt.
Players should bring workout clothes, knee pads, appropriate shoes and a water bottle.
The junior high and high school camps will be led by Central Community College-Columbus coaching staff. The elementary camp will be led by Hastings College recruit Kayla Schrunk and the Lakeview coaching staff.
For more information, contact K.C. Belitz at 402-270-9119 or by email at email@example.com.
Lakeview hosting football camp
COLUMBUS — Lakeview High School will hold its 16th annual Viking Football camp June 20-23.
The camp, for area youths entering grades three through eight, will be held at the Lakeview practice fields from 9:30-11 a.m. each day. Participants will work on individual and team drills within their age group.
The cost is $35. Each camper will get a T-shirt.
Camp registrations can be picked up at Lakestop, Pinnacle Bank (west branch), Godfather's and Lakeview High School. Or go to http://football.lakeviewcs.esu7.org and download a camp brochure located at the bottom of the page.
For more information, contact coach Kurt Frenzen at 402-564-8518 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer basketball camp set for CCC-C
COLUMBUS — Mike Trader’s annual Mid-America Basketball Camp will conduct seven individual sessions this summer.
Overnight and commuter camps for boys and girls will be held June 20-23 at Central Community College-Columbus.
The individual camp is open to those 8 years old through 11th grade and will include college and prep coaches.