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The Press-Dispatch Sports Wednesday, June 12, 2019 B- 3 SPORTS BRIEFS Pike County Youth Soccer sign-ups Pike County Youth Soccer sign-ups are scheduled for June 10 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Mikels Graphics in Pe- tersburg, and June 15 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the concession stand in Otwell. For more infor- mation or questions, call Megan Howard at 812- 766 -3716. Girls in grades four through eight attended a volleyball skills camp this past week put on by coach Brandi Chestnut, staff and high school players. Coach said, "We enjoyed being able to help these young girls discover the game of volleyball and help teach the skills of the game. The high school girls really enjoyed being able to interact with the youth campers. The campers learned passing technique, setting, hitting and serving. They made improve- ments each day and were excited throughout the entire week. We encourage the girls to continue to work on their skills and come support the high school team this upcoming season." Hadley Bell works on a passing drill during this week's camp at Pike Central. The Calling the Ball award went to Braelyn Barnett. The Sportsmanship award went to Abby Boyd. The Hustle Award was won by Sydney Burdette. The Serving Award was won by Channing Sorguis. The Loudest Call for the Ball award went to Lydia Abel. The Setting Award went to Heidi Wood- ford. The Passing award went to Taryn Fiscus. The Hitting award went to Alivia Gulledge. The Spirit award went to Jessa Ridao. A large number of seventh and eighth graders attended the Pike Central volleyball camp put on by coach Brandi Chestnut, her staff and the Lady Charger high school players. • Advanced Disposal • Alamo BBQ • AllTrade Solutions • Anthony Pest Control • Bean to Sprout • Boyd Realty • Cave Quarries • CKC Designs • Corn Colvin Funeral Home • Country Junction • Courage Sober Living • Dubois Co Garage Doors • Farbest Foods • Ficklin Auto Supply • Four Star Fabricators • General Rental • Golden Living Center • Granny's Daycare • Giesler Dental • Harris Funeral Home • Harting Studios • Heavy Metal Welding • Igloo • ln-Tex • Jasper Engines and Transmissions • Jasper Motors • Kimball Electronics • Lugnutz • Main Street Presbyterian Church • Mason Heavy Diesel • MasterBrand • M & P Construction • Muren Church of God • Nixon Construction • Oakland City Eagles • Onyett Fabricators • Patoka River Fitness • Peabody Coal • Petersburg Hardware • Petersburg Moose • Pike County Farm Bureau • Play & Learn Preschool • Quick Pick • Ridao Mechanical • Sisson Steel • Spurgeon Methodist Church • Stella Jones • T & E Welding • Tisdale Coachworks • VFW Post 3587 • Warex • William Wilson Family • Wehr's Welding Service • Women of The Moose • Winslow Eagles • Wyatt Seed Company Thank you to the Pike County Community Foundation for their continued support! Let's try to support them too! Winslow Sports League wants to thank all our 2019 Sponsors and Volunteers! ank You for a Great Season! ank You Above are the members of the nine teams in the Petersburg Lions Run for Sight: Caleb McCain and Kylie Myers, Daegan Knepp and Joseph Chamberlain, Xavery Weisman and Kennedy Willis, Morgan Sallee and Libby Stone, Quinlan Teague and Jenna Myer, Draven Huff and Shelby Vaughn, Josh Roach and Nate Woolery, Greg Loveless and Shawn Frederick, Adrienne Furman and Missy Sparks. Photo submitted. Right: Caleb McCain and Kylie Meyer, youngest participants in the Lions Run, proudly display their medals. Photo submitted. RUN FOR SIGHT RESULTS The Petersburg Lions club sponsored this year's Run for Sight on Saturday, June 8. Nate Woolery and Draven Huff set a course record of 32:58 at this year's event. The 2020 Run for Sight is set for June 13, 2020. Names Mile Splits Total Time Females Under 30 Xavery Weisman 6:14 6:22 6:13 39:15* Kennedy Willis 6:49 6:30 6:47 Jenna Myer 6:48 7:06 6:08 40 :13 Quinlan Teague 6:25 6:49 6:57 Morgan Sallee 8:00 8:46 9:05 45:56 Libby Stone 6:20 6:34 7:11 Male/Female Under 30 Draven Huff 4:53 5:16 5:27 39:13* Shelby Vaughn 7:35 7:51 8:11 Caleb McCain 7:18 7:50 7:32 47:28 Kylie Myers 7:24 7:28 8:56 Males 31-60 Nate Woolery 4:53 5:04 5:15 37:29 Josh Roach 7:21 7:24 7:33 Greg Loveless 7:02 6:50 6:52 43:05 Shawn Frederick 6:56 6:39 6:46 Male/Female 31-60 Joseph Chamberlain 5:51 6:12 5:50 48:59 Daegan Knepp 8:52 5:52 10 :32 Females 61-90 Missy Sparks 8:24 8:54 8:59 49:05* Adrienne Furman 7:37 7:38 7:33 *Denotes age record Nixon Construction wins Winslow championship Nixon Construction 12U boys came in first on Friday in the Winslow Community Baseball League. Pic- tured front row: Dakota Frey; sec- ond row: Tre Michael-Dickerson, J.J. Belmore, Grant Boyd, Nate Davis and Jayden Bolin; third row: Zayden Recker, Kylon Bottoms, Xander Parker and Hunter Moore. Coaches are Scott Belmore, Jason Bottoms and Jason Bolin. The team hosts the two-week 12U division Community League Tournament, where they play Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p.m. Run for Sight PIKE CENTRAL VOLLEYBALL CAMP

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