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The Press-Dispatch Sports Wednesday, July 12, 2017 B- 3 ing, plus a few short core drills prior to beginning the run/walk route. There are no pace requirements for this training group, as participants are free to run/walk at their own pace. The Heartland Half Mar- athon, 5K and Team Chal- lenge is being coordinat- ed by DC Multisport, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting health and wellness while giving back to local com- munities. Lodging infor- mation and race-day event volunteers are being co- ordinated by the Dubois County Visitors Center staff. The event corporate sponsor is Memorial Hospi- tal and Health Care Center. The majority of the pro- ceeds from this year's race will be given to the Phillip R. Dawkins Heart & Vas- cular Center at Memorial Hospital to be utilized for new integrative medicine services provided to car- diac patients. Ten percent of the proceeds will go to- wards the DC Multisport Endowment to ensure fu- ture stability of the orga- nization and to continue in its efforts to give towards worthy causes. For more informa- tion, visit www.heartland- halfmarathon.com or call Memorial Hospital's Mar- keting Department at 812- 996 -2333. MARATHON Continued from page 1 FILM FEST Continued from page 1 DISC Continued from page 1 5K Road Race & 5K Fitness Walk Saturday, August 5 • 8:00 a.m. Ninth & Main Street, Jasper, IN Sponsored by: Holy Trinity Catholic School St. John Bosco Catholic Youth Ministries REGISTRATION FORM (one participant per registration form) Name ___________________________________________ Date of birth (mm/dd/yy) ___/___/___ Sex: ___ M ___ F Race (circle): 5K Run 5K Walk Address __________________________________________ City _____________________________________________ State __________________ Zip ______________________ Email ____________________________________________ T-shirt size requested (circle): S M L XL 2X Enclose a check or money order for $15 (runners/walkers) or $10 if 12 years old and under, payable to Strassenfest Wettlauf by July 28, 2017 for pre-race registration. Mail registration/liability waiver form and fee to: Strassenfest Wettlauf; c/o Debbie Schmitt; 6360 S. Lake Charles Drive, Huntingburg, IN 47542. For more information, call Debbie at 812/631-1441. LIABILITY WAIVER This waiver and registration form must be completed by all runners and walkers in order for entry to be accepted. I hereby for myself, my minor child (if applicable), my executors, administrators, heirs and assignees, do hereby release, discharge, hold harmless, and indemnify the St. John Bosco Youth Group; Holy Trinity Catholic School, its staff and board; Memorial Hospital And Health Care Center, its boards, employees, and volunteers; other entrants and representatives; Jasper Strassenfest Committee; City of Jasper, its boards, elected and appointed officials and employees; and County of Dubois for all claims of property dam- age or personal injury, including death, that may arise or grow out of my (or my minor child's) participation in the Wettlauf. I certify that I have prepared for this event and am in adequate physical condition for 5K race/walk. I agree to follow all rules of the Wettlauf, obey all traffic laws, avoid littering, respect the property of others, and permit myself to be removed from competition if, in the opinion of the race administrators, my continu- ing would endanger my health. I also agree to indemnify and hold harmless Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center, Holy Trinity Catholic School, St. John Bosco Youth Group and the City of Jasper, its board, elected and appointed officials, and employees, in any claim, damages, expenses or action, including attorney fees, assessed or brought against them because of my acts or omissions or the acts or omissions of my minor child. Signature of entrant _________________________________ (and of parent if entrant is under 18) _____________________ Date ______________ Telephone _____________________ Wettlauf Corporate Sponsor: "It is a tremendous hon- or and thrill to be select- ed," said Helfen. "The Indy Film Fest selects and show- cases independent films from around the world. Be- ing selected is an award in itself." "It will be a great expe- rience to meet other film- makers, watch a lot of great movies, and to have a won- derful time," Helfen added. Helfen, 42, is the son of John and Kay Helfen. He currently teaches En- glish at Vincennes Lincoln High School, where he al- so serves as an assistant coach for the varsity girls' basketball team. For more information about the Indy Film Fest, visit www.indyfilmfest.org. Free hunter education class to be offered A free hunter education class will be offered Mon- day, July 31, through Fri- day, Aug. 4, at the Sugar Ridge Fish and Wildlife headquarters. Hunter education class- es provide instruction in safe firearm use and han- dling while hunting as well as in the home, hunt- er ethics and responsibili- ty, game identification and conservation management. Class time will be from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. each evening. Attendance at all sessions is necessary to be eligible to test on the last day. This course is required for anyone born after Dec. 31, 1986, who wishes to purchase a hunting license. The class is sponsored by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources-Law Enforcement Division. The instructor is Keith Thom- as. To register, go to www. register-ed.com and fol- low the instructions given. Seating is limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Any child under 11 years of age must be ac- companied by a parent or guardian every session. At the first session, every- one under 18 years of age must give the instructor a signed, completed Liabil- ity Release Form, which can be downloaded at reg- ister-ed.com. This form must have the parent or guardian's signature. Ryan Vermillion of Hop- kinsville, Ky., was fourth with a 13-over-par score of 121, while Kerl Armstrong, of Evansville, finished fifth with a 25 -over-par score of 133. In the men's advanced masters division on Sun- day, July 9, Gary Willough- by of Murray, Ky., placed first with a 36 -hole score of 113 – or 5 -over-par – while Bob Walker of Island, Ky., finished second with a 7-over-par score of 115. Tom Trinidad Jr., of Mur- ray, Ky., placed third with an 8 -over-par score of 116, and Matt Braun, of Evans- ville, finished fourth with an 11-over-par score of 119. In the men's recreational division on Sunday, July 9, Logan Marshall, of Evans- ville, placed first with a 36 -hole score of 113 – or 5 -over-par – while Landon McElhiney of Boonville fin- ished second with a 6 -over- par score of 114. Adam Bennett of Evansville was third with a 12-over-par score of 120. Kevin Nutt placed fourth with a 13-over-par score of 121, followed by Josh Franklin of Evansville (122), David McBeth, of Evansville, (125), Richard Walter, of St. Charles, Ill. (128) and Brandon Hum- ble (131). In the boys' 18 & under junior division on Sunday, July 9, Jake Sisk placed first with a 36 -hole score of 128 – or 20 -over-par – while Quentin Tharp, of Winslow, finished second with a 34-over-par score of 142. In the boys' 8 & under ju- nior division on Sunday, Ju- ly 9, Kayson Schultz, of Pe- tersburg, placed first with a 36 -hole score of 156 – or 48 -over-par. Thursday Senior League results Competition in the Thursday Senior League was as heated as the weath- er, when 24 players teed off on a hot, muggy Thursday morning on July 6, at the Prides Creek Golf Course. Two teams finished at 9 -under-par, and another placed third at 8 -under-par. A putt-off on the practice green to determine the win- ners was won by the team of Steve Arnold, Terry Glad- ish, Jim Cox and Gary Hei- ple over the team of Max Elliott, Eddie Fiscus, John Burns and John Clinard. Ironically, the closest putt was struck by Arnold, the least accurate putter of the group, but the former Pike Central golf coach was lucky this day and won for his team with a lag putt of six inches. The winning team will enjoy bragging rights for a week, but each week has new players on teams, and everyone has a chance to be on a winning foursome. All men are welcome to play at the Prides Creek Golf Course on Thursday mornings at 10 a.m. Gary Willoughby, of Murray, Ky., attempts to toss his disc into the basket while competing in the Fourth Annual Championship at Prides Creek on Saturday, July 8. Willoughby placed fifth in the men's intermediate division with a 36-hole score of 116. Ed Cahill photo Above: Steven Waites, of Princeton, launch- es a throw while competing in the Fourth Annu- al Championship at Prides Creek on Saturday, Ju- ly 8. Waites placed ninth in the men's intermedi- ate division with a 36-hole score of 130. Ed Ca- hill photo Right: Kerl Armstrong, of Evansville, takes a shot at the basket while competing in the Fourth Annual Championship at Prides Creek on Sat- urday, July 8. Armstrong placed seventh in the men's intermediate division with a 36-hole score of 124. Ed Cahill photo Top Right: Sean Henry, of New Albany, attempts to toss his disc into the basket while competing in the Fourth Annual Championship at Prides Creek on Saturday, July 8. Henry placed eighth in the men's intermediate division with a 36-hole score of 129. Ed Cahill photo Call us at 812-354-8500 or email sports@pressdispatch.net GOT SPORTS NEWS? Want to share your news with others? The Press- Dispatch can help deliver it to Pike and the surrounding counties. NEWS! 812-354-8500

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