The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.

Sports

August 5, 2013

Sports Briefs — Monday, August 5

Sports briefs

Oak Hill High School fall sports practices will begin Monday, Aug. 5 at the following times:

- Football, 7 a.m.;

- Girls soccer, 7 a.m.;

- Boys soccer, 7 a.m.; and

- Cross country, 10 a.m.

Volleyball practice will begin on Monday, Aug. 12.

Students must have a current physical, proof of insurance, and their most current report card.

For more information on the possibility of scheduling a physical, call 304-469-2905.

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Midland Trail High School football players should report for practice on Monday, Aug. 5.

Practice will be held from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Players should bring clothes in which to practice, a lunch, a completed physical form and a completed proof of insurance.

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The Mountain of Hope Organization (a non-profit corporation) will sponsor the second annual Tom Stafford Memorial Golf Tournament to raise funds for college scholarships for the youth of southern West Virginia.

This year’s tournament will be held at Glade Springs on the Cobb Course on Friday, Aug. 23, beginning at 11:30 a.m. It will be a “Captains Choice” format, with all proceeds going to the MOHO Scholarship Fund.

Entry fee is $75 per player.

Vacations to Disney World and Snowshoe Mountain, WVU and Marshall memorabilia, and other great prizes will be auctioned off at the awards banquet.

Go to www.mountainofhopeorganization.org to register or mail your check, made payable to Mountain of Hope Organization, to the treasurer at: Jerry Adams; 109 Gettysburg Road; Charleston, WV 25309.

If you can’t participate, you can still donate to the cause on the organization’s website.

All entry fees, auction purchases and donations are tax-deductible.

Thus far, the organization has given away over $5,000 in college scholarship funding to local high school graduates.

Read more at www.mountainofhopeorganization.org,  

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The WVDNR announces that the fall “Becoming an Outdoors Woman Workshop” is set for Sept. 13-15 at Watoga State Park.    

Have you ever wanted to learn a new skill but have never had the opportunity to try? Or, have you wanted to take up an outdoor sport but were afraid to purchase all the equipment and then find out later that you hated it? Well, the WV BOW program is definitely for you. Women who are at least 18 years old can learn a new outdoor skill.

This fall BOW will offer outdoor classes that

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