Fathers Day archery shoot this weekend
The fifth annual Carson Valley Archery’s fifth annual Fathers Day 3-D Shoot will be held on Saturday, June 17 and Sunday, June 18.
It will be an unmarked yardage 3-D shoot and range finders are welcome. The shoot willb e held at Spooner Summit. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and the shoot begins at 8.
Last rounds will be at 4 p.m. and target pickup will be at 5 p.m. Sunday. There will be at least 20 decoy animal targets and participants can shoot as many rounds as they want. There will also be a novelty target.
There will be a drawing and tickets are $1 each, 6 for $5, 10 for $8 and 15 for $10. The registration fees are:
Adult members $10, nonmembers $15; ages 16-7: members $5, nonmembers $10; 11-15: members $3, nonmembers $5; 0-10: members free, nonmembers $1.
Restrooms will be provided and water will be available at the sign in area. Those who bring their mom or dad will receive $1 off the shoot or a shot at the novelty target and the same deal will be offered to the moms and dads.
Hot dogs, burgers, chips, candy and sodas will be available for sale. For more information, call Scott Garrison, (775) 721-0879.
Business who have donated drawing prizes include: Carson Oak Outlet; Sportsman Warehouse; House of Arrows; Western Nevada Supply; Sears; Sherwin Williams; Reno Gallery of Furniture; Grocery Outlet; AC Delco Auto Parts; Wild Island; Pizza Plus; Panda Kitchen; Bully’s Sports Bar; Carson Valley Inn; Kragen Auto Parts (Rock Blvd.).
Fandango Casino; Lake Ridge Golf Course; Sunridge Golf Course; D’Andrea Golf Club; Silver Oak Golf Course; Dayton Valley Golf Course; Eagle Valley Golf Course; Empire Ranch Golf Course; Northgate Golf Club; Arrow Creek Golf Course; Gilly’s Fly Fishing; Carson Lanes; Atlantis Hotel & Casino; Genoa Lakes Golf Club.
Carson football boosters meeting
The Carson High Football Booster Club meeting has been rescheduled for 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 21 at Round Table Pizza on Highway 50. For more information go on line at http://www.chsfootball.net.
Results from BabeRuth Hit A Thon
Carson City Babe Ruth recently held a Hit A Thon Fundraiser, raising $1,200 towards the new batting cages.
The top prize, an Apple iPod Nano donated by Pinnacle Financial Corporation of Reno, was awarded by Cynthia Fleiner of Pinnacle Financial Corportation to Steven Carrera of the Dodgers 14/15 Team.
The total cost of the batting cages is $11,000. Carson City Babe Ruth League is still looking for donations, and will also be selling Weinerschnitzel Coupon Books for $10 each.
Results of the Hit A Thon were:
Overall: First – Carrera; second – Derek Giurlani, Pirates, 16-18; third – Austin Law, Rangers Prep.
Longest drive: Overall – Mason Bondi, Mariners 14/15, 310 feet. 16-18: First – Bryan Byrne, Pirates, 260; second – Ted Mills, Pirates, 245. 15-year-olds: First – Dustin Buttner, Mariners, 290; second – Justen Marsola, Cubs, 260.
14-year-olds: First – Brett Allen, Cubs, 280; second – Justin Allbritten, Dodgers, 250. 13-year-olds: First – Mark McCraw, Angels, 250; second – Matt Cooper, Rangers, 249.
Carson Babe Ruth will also host the 13-15-year-old State Tournament July 22-27 at Governor’s Field.