Steele Creek Seahawks in Pop Warner playoffs Nov. 9

November 4, 2013 

GOLF

Wylie team takes first in flight

Harold Fisher and Tom Bookmiller, both Lake Wylie, finished first in Flight B with 37-33 - 70 at the Carolinas Golf Association’s Senior Four-Ball Tournament Oct. 28 at Greenville Country Club (Riverside).

Mike Shively and Jim Schilling, also both of Lake Wylie, ended the day with 36-44 - 80.

Fisher and Bookmiller finished in a three-way tie in Flight B with 38-38 - 76 Oct. 29 Greenville Country Club (Chanticleer) tournament.

Schilling and Shively finished with 41-41-82.

Entry is open to any male amateur golfer who has reached his 55th birthday by the tournament date, is a member of a club which is a member of the Carolinas Golf Association, and has a current USGA handicap index at a CGA member club.

For complete results, visit carolinasgolf.org.

BASKETBALL

Belmont registration

under way

Belmont Parks & Recreation Department is holding registration for youth basketball for ages 3-15 through Nov. 9.

The registration fee costs $50 in the city limits of Belmont, $75 out of city. Sign-ups will be online at cityofbelmont.org or at the recreation department at 37 E. Woodrow Ave. In-person registration ends at 5 p.m. Nov. 8.

For more information, call 704-901-2070 or visit leaguelineup.com/belmontbasketball.

FOOTBALL

Steele Creek Seahawks in playoffs

The undefeated Steele Creek Seahawks Jr. Midget Pop Warner football team is in the Charlotte City finals in the Optimist Bowl at Memorial Stadium at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, for the Pop Warner Little Panthers Playoffs.

This will be the fourth straight city championship game for this group of players with their only loss over the past four years in the 2011 championship game.

For more information, visit popwarnerlittlepanthers.org/page/show/539948-playoffs.

USA Football camp coming to Rock Hill

The Rock Hill/York County Convention & Visitors Bureau and Rock Hill schools will welcome the USA Football Regional Development Camp to South Pointe High School on April 12-13.

The USA Football Regional Development Camp is for athletes in grades 7-11 and focuses on development on and off the field. Participating athletes will have the opportunity to train with current NFL and NCAA coaches, listen and learn from former NFL players and receive an evaluation from an NFL or college scout.

All athletes will be evaluated for the U.S. National Team program. Athletes selected to participate in the USA National Team program will represent Team USA in the international competition.

USA Football officials expect to have nearly 300 attend the camp. Register online at usafootball.com. Spectators are welcome to attend the event for free.

For more information, call 317-614-7764.

Giants fans meet in Fort Mill

If you’re a fan of the New York Giants and want to get together with other local fans for games the Blue Room is reserved for game day at Madison’s on The Corner in Crossroads Plaza at the corner of Highway160 West and Gold Hill Road in Fort Mill.

Fans can watch the game on a projection screen and on several flat screens. Enjoy a hot buffet for less than $10, or order from an extensive menu.

All fans are welcome, but a head count for the buffet is needed before the game. For more information, email elifor6@gmail.com or call 803-802-3990.

Bills fans gather at Towne Tavern

Buffalo Bills fans are invited to Towne Tavern at Fort Mill, home of the York County Buffalo Bills Backers Fan Club. Join your fellow Bills fans in suite 160 and view all Buffalo Bills games on a 10-foot HD projection with theater sound.

Enjoy specials, giveaways and Western New York fare. For membership information, call 803-802-2340 or email towntavern@comporium.net.

Jets fans cheer at Skyline Grill

Jets fans who want to watch the game with other local fans can stop in at the Skyline Grill at Regent Park Golf Club in Fort Mill. Fans can keep track of all of the games aired on the NFL Package and enjoy $1.50 domestic beers on game day.

For details, call 803-548-3777.

QUIDDITCH

Championship coming to Rock Hill

The Rock Hill/York County Convention & Visitors Bureau and Rock Hill Parks, Recreation & Tourism Department will host the International Quidditch Southern US Regional Championship Feb. 15-16 at Manchester Meadows Soccer Complex.

Rock Hill will host about 25 colleges throughout the south for this championship, including Rock Hill’s Winthrop University.

Nearly 3,000 people are expected to come to the area for this International Quidditch Association event.

Quidditch was founded in 2005 at Middlebury College by then-freshman Xander Manshel. For more information, call 803-329-5200.

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