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July 21, 2021

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The Press-Dispatch Wednesday, July 21, 2021 A-9 SPORTS Submit sports items: Call: 812-354-8500 Email: or bring in a hard copy: 820 E. Poplar Street, Petersburg SPORTS BRIEFS Pike Central K-8 Soccer Camp Pike Central will put on a three-day soccer camp for boys and girls in grades K-8, July 28 -30. Camp will be at the main soccer field behind Old Petersburg Gym. Cost for each camper will be $25. Checks may be made payable to PC Soccer Boosters. Kindergarten through fifth grades will be each day from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Sixth through eighth grades will be each day from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sign-ups the day of camp are accepted. High School boys' and girls' soccer players and coaches will run the camp. There will be age-specific drills and in- struction, games and competitions for all. Bring indoor or tennis shoes. If there is bad weather, the camp will be in- side OPG. If you have any questions, text or call 812-789 - 3312. Mail registration forms to: Jacob Western, 4929 N. Park Lane, Petersburg, IN 47567. Tern Bar Slough WDCA hosts in-person deer hunt draw, July 31 Tern Bar Slough Wildlife Diversity Conservation Area ( WDCA) will host an in-person reserved deer hunt draw at Sugar Ridge Fish & Wildlife Area (FWA) on Saturday, July 31. The draw will begin at 11 a.m. ET. Doors will open at 9 a.m. ET to allow participants to purchase licenses pri- or to draw registration. A valid deer hunting license is re- quired to register. Bonus antlerless permits may be used on the property. Draw-only hunting opportunities will be available for ar- chery and muzzleloader seasons. A total of 66 draw slots are available. Hunters can find a list of drawn hunt dates on Sugar Ridge FWA's website under the Activities tab at If any draw spots remain, those opportunities will be available on a first-come, first-served basis at the prop- erty office. Sugar Ridge FWA's office is located at 2310 E State Road 364, Winslow, IN 47598. For more information, call 812- 789 -2724 or email Learn more about reserved hunting opportunities at Hunter Education class set for August 2-6 The Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Law Enforcement Division, is sponsoring a Hunter Education Class beginning August 2, according to Keith Thomas. The class will be at the Sugar Ridge Fish and Wildlife Headquarters, 2310 E. SR 364, Winslow, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. At- tendance in each session is required. Anyone born after December 31, 1986, must successful- ly complete a DNR offered hunter education class to pur- chase a hunting license. Seating is limited, so go to http;// to register. Additional information regarding class requirements, content and location is al- so available on the registration page. Smokey Bear birthday party set for Aug. 7 Patoka Lake will celebrate Smokey Bear's birthday with a party on Saturday, August 7, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Patoka Lake Nature Center. The party will include a chance to get a picture with Smokey, fire safety games and a special craft to make and take home. The Orange County Southeast Township Volunteer Fire Department will give a special presentation on fire safety, including a jaws of life demonstration, at 11 a.m. The entrance fee of $7 per vehicle for Indiana residents and $ 9 for out-of-state vehicles is required for the New- ton-Stewart State Recreation Area at Patoka Lake, which is located north of Wickliffe Indiana on State Road 164. Patoka Lake ( is at 3084 N. Dillard Road, Birdseye, IN 47513. Saturday, August 7 8am-4pm CDT Sunday, August 8 8am-2pm CDT Warrick County 4-H Center 133 E. Degonia Road, Boonville BRING THIS AD AND RECEIVE $ 1 OFF Admission Doors Open at 8am For more information or table rental, contact Tammy at; 812-897-3844 Southern Indiana Gun Collectors Association GUN SHOW 2021 OTWELL MEN'S LEAGUE BASKETBALL TEAM ROSTER JAIL BLAZERS Team 1 John Hellman JJ Howald Ethan Scott Justin Lee Chantz Parson Kylan Stevens Scott Mills Logan McCandless Cody Thompson Nate Tidwell RUNNINRAGE Team 2 Dakota Griffey Russell Griffey Tanner Wildridge Brian Riley Jacob Norman Andrew Sellers David Edwards Tommy Hildebrand Tomas Rodriguez FULDA SQUAD Team 3 Rickey Alvey Dakota Ebert Jordan Sheets Alex Uebelhor Jared Quick Cody Huffnagel Dallas Lueken Reagan Uebelhor THE UNDESIRABLES Team 4 Devin Decker Ronald Enlow Phil Brown Blake Ziegler Cameron Smith Larry Lawson Jeremiah Johnson Scott Betz Troy Rickard Dustin Hunt BUS DRIVERS Team 5 Ken Troutman Joe Hopf Danny Rogers Levi Eckert Wyatt Troutman Nathan Knies Luke Keusch Jon Temple Jake Lampert Grant Knies B SQUAD Team 6 Dillon Robling Jesse Robling Ron Washington Tim Stone Kyle Blair Jeff Wilkerson Brandon Schaefer Chase Bland Jace Goodhue Lynx Kordes LONGSHOTS Team 7 Nick Query Trent Barrett Clay Van Meter Max Breidenbaugh Tom Willis Heath Russell Justin Knight Zach Boop Josh Vickers Andrew Houtsch GLOBO GYM Team 8 Jordan Jones Malik Teeters Justin Drew Caleb Schooler JD Montgomery Justin Robinson Alex Manion Jalen Starks Collin Myers Adam Wolf THE HOT SHOTS Team 9 Brycen Reinhart Brandon Trambaugh Damion McCarty Brian Nelson Adam Schutte Louis Dubon Carson Gaines Adam Rudolph Dekoda Clark Nick Cook KNOX COUNTY BOYS Team 10 Tyler Kitchell Dallas Frederick Chris Wampler Isaiah Collins Trevon Taylor Mark Martin Peyton Cummins Ben Niehaus Cody Phillips Hunter Hopwood First games of the season will be Sunday, August 15 Pool progress at Pike Central Pike Central pool is on its way to making a fully re-vamped recovery. After being closed for the 2020-2021 school year, due to placing a new liner and finding multiple issues along the way, such as dealing with structur- al repairs, circulation, lighting and sound. The plan is for the pool to be completed and opened by the begin- ning of school this year. 63 COVID-19 Bass Tourney Recently, the COVID-19 bass tourney was a tie be- tween Keith Brock, Jon Kasner, Alan Faith and Ken- ny Osgatharp. Both teams reeled in 7.18 pounds of bass. Alan Faith and Kenny Osgatharp won the big bass contest. VOLLEYBALL PRACTICE Pike Central senior Addison Faulk prepares to bump the ball during a drill at the Lady Char- ger volleyball practice on Monday, July 19. Liberty Taylor, Pike Central junior, bumps the ball back to the coach during a drill at the Lady Charger volley- ball practice on Monday. Pike Central freshman Brylee Walker bumps the ball, while Karly Morson, Izzy Luker and Emma Hunt watch, during a drill at the Lady Charger volleyball prac- tice on Monday, July 19. Zarah Salle, Pike Central sophomore, bumps the ball as Ashlyn Shoultz and Addison Faulk watch during a drill at the Lady Charger volleyball practice. Lakin Sorguis, Pike Central freshman, bumps the ball back to the coach during a drill at the Lady Charger vol- leyball practice. Izzy Luker, Pike Cen- tral freshman, sets the ball back to the coach during a drill at the La- dy Charger volleyball practice on Monday. Haylie Fulcher, Pike Central sophomore, goes for a low bump during a drill at the La- dy Charger volleyball practice on Monday. Emily Krieg, Pike Central junior, bumps the ball while her teammates Jaidyn Gogel, Lexie Onyett and Addison Faulk stand at the ready to assist during a drill at the Lady Charger volleyball practice on Mon- day, July 19; watching in the back are Zarah Sallee and Ashlyn Shoultz.

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