Hendricks County Flyer, Avon, IN

January 25, 2013

Sports Briefs


SPORTS BRIEFS

 

RPBC holds fundraiser

The Red Pride Booster Club is holding its sixth annual Monte Carlo Night fundraiser from 6:30 to 11 p.m. Feb. 16 at Plainfield Metropolis Mall.

Admission is $5, which includes food and beverages.

Games will include black jack, roulette, Texas poker, over/under, and side pick-up games.

A Texas hold ‘em tournament starts at 7 p.m. with a $30 buy-in for 10K chips; $5 gets an additional 5K in chips. Chips must be purchased prior to the start of the tournament.

Raffle tickets are available at the school through Athletic Director Dana Green and are $25. The drawing will be at 10:30 p.m. and winners do not need to be present to win.

Proceeds will benefit Plainfield High School student-athletes and provide college scholarships to graduating senior athletes.

 

DGSA holds sign-up

The Danville Girls Softball Association is holding its 2013 spring registration.

Cost is $40 for 6U coach pitch, $65 for 8U coach pitch, $80 for 12U fast pitch, and $80 for 14U fast pitch.

The season runs from April to June.

Online registration is open until Feb. 22 and may be found online at www.danvillesoftball.org. Additional information is available at facebook.com/DanvilleSoftball.

 

DPRD offers hoops tourney

The Danville Parks and Recreation Department is hosting its fourth annual 3-on-3 basketball league/tournament beginning Feb. 5 with games at 6 p.m. Tuesdays.

The league/tournament runs through February and March and participants must be 16 or older to participate.

Cost is $20 per team and the entry deadline is Feb. 1.

For more information, call 745-3015 or visit the website at www.danvilleindiana.org/parks.

 

USAI holds sign-ups

The United Soccer Alliance of Indiana is accepting registration for the spring Community Rec League for U4 to U18 children. USAi U4 to U12 are same-sex small-sided teams. The U13 and U14 are same sex and the U15 to U18 teams are coed in the Rec Plus League.

USAi Community Rec Program offers two programs: one based in Avon/Brownsburg and another in Pike Township. USAi plans divisions for Soccer Tots, U5, U6, U7, U8, U10, and U12. The U10 and U12 programs may play some games at home and some games away at another USAi soccer complex.

USAi Community REC PLUS Program offers two programs: one based in Avon-Brownsburg and another in Pike Township with all teams playing in the local WCSSF Rec Plus league. There will be divisions for U13 to U18. Rec Plus is truly its own level of competition. It is not recreational and is not travel. It’s competitive yet without the time and financial commitment of classic travel teams.

Registration may be made online at http://USAindy.org or by attending any of the in-person registration dates.

Anyone can play at USAi and there is a team for every player. There is a partial tuition assistance program for families in need. For more information, visit the website at http://USAindy.org or call the club hotline at 767-0699.

 

DBB offers winter camp

The Danville Baseball Boosters are hosting a winter camp Feb. 23 at Danville Community High School under the direction of new DCHS head coach Brady Armstrong, along with his staff and players.

Two sessions are offered. Session one is from 9 a.m. to noon for third- to fifth-graders and session two is from 1 to 4 p.m. for sixth- through eighth-graders.

Registration forms are available online at www.dllbb.com or www.danvillewarriorsbaseball.org. 

To guarantee a T-shirt, registration must be sent in by Feb. 13.

For more information, call Christine Tollison at 223-5709.