Lady Wardog basketball camp set
The Miami Lady Wardog Basketball Camp, for girls who will be in grades 2 through 7, will be Tuesday through Thursday at the Miami Activity Center.
Registration will be at 8:15 a.m. in the MAC lobby on the first day. The camp will run from 9 a.m. to noon each day.
Cost is $55 per player and includes a T-shirt and basketball. Only early registration will guarantee a T-shirt size.
Only cash will be accepted for payment.
For more information, or to register early, contact Brian Busby at (254) 466-7429.
Youth Football sign-ups continue
Online registration for Miami Youth Football has begun.
The program is for players who will be in the first through sixth grades.
Cost is $85 per player and $60 for each additional sibling.
Raffle tickets will be available to help offset the cost of registration.
To register online, go to www.sportabase.com; under registration, go to football & cheerleading, then pull down to Miami. Fill out the remainder of the registration form.
Pay online or pay Patsy Seat at Security Bank, 22nd & Main in Miami.
Coaches, volunteers and team moms are needed.
Miami will compete in the Indian Nations Football Conference. There will be four or five home games and four or five road games during the season.
Car pooling will be available.
For more information, contact Zack by phone at (918) 314-4473 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Softball tournament set at Riverton
RIVERTON, Kan. — The Riverton Summer Classic, an 18-and-under softball tournament, will be held July 2-3 at the Riverton High School Field.
The entry fee is $275, and includes all admissions.
Teams must be ASA registered. If not, they will have to pay an additional ASA fee.
Teams are guaranteed three games.
For more information, call either Brian Mitchell at (620) 848-3227 (home)/(417) 439-8915 (cell) or Nathan Hull at (620) 848-3039 (home)/(417) 439-4760 (cell).
Lady Norse sign soccer player
Rebeckah Boykin, from Soper, has signed a letter of intent to play for the Northeastern A&M Lady Norse soccer team, according to head coach Lisa Bell.
Boykin has played soccer in Hugo and Paris, Texas. She will be working towards an associate's degree in the physical education profession.
“We expect Rebeckah to provide us with a talented, experienced player,” Bell said. “Once she learns the speed of the game at this level, she’ll be very productive.”