BOWLING: The Paducah Women's Bowling Association will meet to elect officers and directors at 3 p.m. on August 3 at Cardinal Lanes Strike and Spare. Their first meeting of the 2014-15 season will take place August 17, also with a 3 p.m. start time at Cardinal Lanes Strike and Spare.
BASEBALL: The Central City Youth Athletic Association will host a Back-to-School Classic for 8-under, 9-under and 10-under baseball teams on August 1-2. Entry fee is $150 per team and each team is guaranteed three games. To enter, call Johyn Lovell at 270-543-2689.
GOLF: Silos Country Club will host The Silos Senior Summer Challenge onThursday . It is for seniors 55 and older and will be flighted after play. Entry fee is $35 and includes cart. Call 270-488-2182 to reserve a spot for a single or a group. Tee times will be between 10 a.m. to noon.
TENNIS: The Ruff Park Tennis Complex will host a USTA-sanctioned tournament for adults and juniors on August 1-3. Registration can be done online at www.usta.com and deadline is July 27. For more information, contact Lori Harper at 270-889-5434 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Richard Winsatt at 270-484-0471 or email@example.com
GOLF: Oak Hill Country Club will host the Kings of the Hill two-man scramble on August 16-17. Entry fee is $120 per team with shotgun starts at 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. For further information, call Oak Hill Country Club at 270-653-6001 or Trent Johnson at 270-254-1091.
GOLF: The Banterra Bank Greater Paducah Amateur Championships will take place August 16-17 at Paxton Park. Entry fee is $95 and forms are available at the pro shop. For further information, call 270-444-9514.
GOLF: The Benton Country Club will host its Honeymooners Couples scramble on August 2-3. For further information, call the club at 270-527-9673.
SOFTBALL: The 2014 Special Olympics West Kentucky Regional Softball Championships will take place at the Lone Oak Ballpark on August 9. The tournament is seeking sponsors, volunteers, and donations. Anyone interested in helping can contact Joel Speer at 270-210-6390. .
TENNIS: The Paducah Area Tennis Association will hold a free 18-and-over tennis play day on August 2, from 10:30 a.m. to noon at the Chad Gamble Tennis Courts at Paducah Tilghman High School. For more information, call Brad Gordon at 502-491-1290.
FOOTBALL: Graves County students who will be in grades K-6 for the 2014-15 school year can attend the Future Eagle Football Camp free-of-charge between 5-8 p.m. Aug. 1, at the Graves County High School football field. Eagle head coach Lance Gregory leads the camp staff. All campers get a free camp tee-shirt. Snacks and water will be provided as well. Campers may preregister by mail or on the first day of camp. Liability and release forms must be signed the first day of camp. Parents and guardians must be on-site to sign their children into camp both days. Registration forms are available from Gregory and his staff. Forms may be submitted in advance. To learn more, contact a GCHS football player or coach or phone (270) 328-6242.
SOFTBALL: Open tryouts for the Downstate Rippers Softball Organization will take place August 3 at Ray Fosse Park in Marion, Ill. for teams 8-under through 18-under. For further information, go to www.downstaterippers.com.
BASEBALL: Murray-Calloway Co. Parks are hosting two upcoming youth baseball tournaments in Murray for all-star and travel teams. The 13th Annual Back to School Bash is August 1-3. The tournaments are open for age divisions 7u through 17u. The WKI is an unsanctioned event and the BTSB is USSSA sanctioned. Entry fee is $150 for machine pitch (7u and 8u) and $175 for all other divisions. For entry forms and rules visit www.playballmcc.com, email Tab Brockman at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the MCC Parks office at 270-762-0325.
TENNIS: On August 1, the USTA board will host a town hall meeting with refreshments, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Paducah Tilghman High School. The public is invited. For more information about tennis opportunities, friend Paducah Tennis Association or Paducah Junior Tennis on Facebook.
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