Villanova looking for soccer,
Villanova Preparatory School is currently looking for a juniuor
varsity soccer coach and a freshman/sophomore basketball coach.
Those interested in the job should call athletic director Tom
Roanhaus at 646-1464, Ext. 114.
NHS teachers place first in
Nordhoff's Dick Sebek, Roy Rodriguez, Jim McFadden and Mark Sebek
shot four under par to capture the sixth annual Inservice Open;
a second place tie resulted when team from the district office
and the small schools (San Antonio/Summit) both shot three under
par for the nine-hole tournament held at Soule Park Golf Course.
The Topa Topa team of Laura Deane, Brenda Hill and Lisa Brown
captured the women's flight.
Youth basketball sign-ups
continue through Oct. 31
The Ojai Recreation Department is still accepting applications
for the winter's youth basketball league.
Divisions are as follows:
· Mighty Mites: Kindergarten to first grade. They play
Saturdays only, in two sessions: Session One, which starts at
11 a.m., and Session Two, which starts at 12:30 p.m., at the
multipurpose room at the ORD.
· Beginners' League: Second grade. Games will be played
at Matilija Junior High School on the outside courts at 9 a.m.
and on some weekday afternoons.
· Instructional League: Third to fourth grade. Games will
be held at the ORD.
· Small Fry League: Fifth- to sixth-grade. Games are played
Junior High School League: Seventh to ninth grade. Games are
played at Norhdoff High School.
Registration forms are being accepted through the end of October.
Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Early registration
is recommended to avoid a waiting list.
Players will receive jerseys but must provide their own black
gym shorts and basketball or tennis shoes.
Player rating, to be held Dec. 6, is required for all players
from third grade to ninth grade. Practice games will starts Dec.
13, and official league play will begin Jan. 3.
Anyone interested in coaching can call Jayden Morrison at 646-1872,
Ext. 103. Coaches do not have to be parents of players. Call
the ORD for more infotmation and to sign up.
U.S. youth golf tour to begin
St. Andrew's, Scotland has been selected as the site of U.S.
Junior Tours 2004 Golf and Education Experience. Dates for the
2004 trip are July 20 through 29.
Golfers ages 13 to 18 will experience international competition,
instruction from European teaching professionals and cultural
touring in and around the St. Andrew's area.
The 2004 itinerary includes two single day matches, three instructional
sessions, five practice rounds and seven different golf courses,
including St. Andrews Links, Scotscraig, Downfield, and Ladybank
Golf Clubs. In addition to playing and competing on top courses,
golfers will explore important points of interest and historic
sites, learn about host country culture, and meet other serious
athletes that share passion for golf - all in an atmosphere that
fosters learning and character development.
Both young women and young men are encouraged to apply.
Additional qualifying criteria are: will graduate from high school
in 2004, 2005, 2006 or 2007; passion for the game of golf; have
great desire to improve knowledge and skill level, and are ready
to challenge both mental and physical attributes; eager to travel
and experience other countries and cultures.
For more information or to apply to be a part of the 2004 traveling
team, see usjuniortours.com.