Sports briefs for the week of Sept. 30:



Fox, Kersey, Brooks win flights at Jonathan’s match


Garrison’s ladies play Bingo, Bango, Bongo match


Simpson wins MMC low putts match at Garrison’s


Maple Dale Ladies club championship goes to Foret


Maple Dale 18-holers host two matches in five days


Bradley, Hodges win weekly match at Wild Quail


Webb leads James Frisa Acupuncture to big win


Parks and recreation to host adult cardio class


Cardio class designed for children ages 4 to 13


Women’s weight training to open Oct. 1 at Pitts


S.L.T. Fishing Club turkey shoot set for Oct. 4

GOLF

Fox, Kersey, Brooks win flights at Jonathan’s match
The Jonathan’s Landing Ladies participated in a Criers match Sept. 23 at Jonathan’s Landing Golf Course, Magnolia.

The winners were: Chris Fox, A Flight; Kathy Kersey, B Flight; and Becky Brooks, C Flight.

Garrison’s ladies play Bingo, Bango, Bongo match
The Garrison’s Lake 18-hole ladies played in a nine-hole Bingo, Bango, Bongo match Sept. 24 at Garrison’s Lake Golf Club, Smyrna.

The winners were: Joyce Scuse and Dorothy Shahan, tied for first with 12 points; Betty Hall, second, with 10 points; and Irene Simpson and Marilyn McFarlin, tied for third with nine points.

Simpson wins MMC low putts match at Garrison’s
The Modern Maturity Center’s Garrison’s Lake Golf Group played in a low putts match Sept. 21 at Garrison’s Lake Golf Club, Smyrna.

The winners were: Irene Simpson, 15 putts, first; Dorothy Shahan, 16, second; and Jon Brockton and Al Blodgett, tied for third with 17.

Maple Dale Ladies club championship goes to Foret
The Maple Dale Ladies Golf Championship was held Sept. 19 at Maple Dale Country Club, Dover.

The winners were: Katia Foret, first place, and Marilyn Mays, first net, in the championship flight; and Connie Muterspaw, first place, and Bernice Romanowski, first net, in the first flight.

Maple Dale 18-holers host two matches in five days
The Maple Dale 18-hole ladies played in a Criers tournament Sept. 22 and a Best Ball of 3 match Sept. 26 at Maple Dale Country Club, Dover.

The winners in the Criers tournament were: Dee Fortner, first; Diana Berry, second; Connie Muterspaw, third; and Jean Wagner, fourth.

The winners in the Best Ball of 3 match were: Katia Foret, first; Connie Muterspaw, second; and Maud Willim, third.

Bradley, Hodges win weekly match at Wild Quail
The Wild Quail 18-hole ladies participated in an Odd Holes match Sept. 22 at Wild Quail Golf and Country Club, Wyoming.

The winners in the first flight were: Brenda Bradley, 34, first; Lou Ann Carlson, Lynn Egloff and Jane Heinig, tied for second with 36; and Sue Cox and Janet Hovis, tied for third with 37.

The winners in the second flight were: Mary Hodges, 33, first; Mary Jane Ralston, 35, second; and Arline Paulson, Joan Shuba and Jo Smith, tied for third with 36.

Heinig also was the closest-to-the-pin winner on hole No. 13 at 25 feet 5 inches.

SOFTBALL

Webb leads James Frisa Acupuncture to big win
The James Frisa Acupuncture/Bollman Custom Carpentry softball team of the city of Dover fall men’s softball league defeated Skool Dayz, 24-12, Sept. 22 at Schutte Park.

Mike Webb went 4-4 at the plate and also was the winning pitcher.

FITNESS CLASSES

Parks and recreation to host adult cardio class
The city of Dover Parks and Recreation Department will host a Cardio Bootcamp Blast class from 9 to 9:45 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, to Saturday, Oct. 24, at the Pitts Center, Dover.

Participants will experience five minutes of kickboxing, cardio and sport-style drills, then five more minutes of supercharged weight training to sculpt each muscle group.

After 30 minutes of energizing circuit training, the class will end with floor work focusing on abs, hips and glutes.

The activity fee is $15.

For more information, call 674-7541 or visit www.cityofdover.com.

Cardio class designed for children ages 4 to 13
The city of Dover Parks and Recreation Department will host a Cardio Bootcamp Blast class for children ages 4 to 13 from 10 to 10:45 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, to Saturday, Oct. 24, at the Pitts Center, Dover.

Participants will experience five minutes of kickboxing, cardio and sport-style drills, then five more minutes of supercharged weight training to sculpt each muscle group.

After 30 minutes of energizing circuit training, the class will end with floor work focusing on abs, hips and glutes.

The activity fee is $15.

For more information, call 674-7541 or visit www.cityofdover.com.

Women’s weight training to open Oct. 1 at Pitts
The city of Dover Parks and Recreation Department will host the Women on Weights program from 6 to 6:45 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, Oct. 1 to Oct. 22, at the Pitts Center, Dover.
Participants will experience the benefits of sculpting, toning and fast-fat burning for the lower and upper body.

The class is packed with power, excitement and challenges that will leave participants energized.

The cost is $25 per person. Participants are asked to bring a mat and hand weights.

For more information, call 674-7541 or visit www.cityofdover.com.

TURKEY SHOOTS

S.L.T. Fishing Club turkey shoot set for Oct. 4
The S.L.T. Fishing Club will hold its first turkey shoot of the 2009-2010 season at noon Sunday, Oct. 4, at 1111 Crystal Road, Hartley.

The shoots are open to the public, and winners will receive meat and cash prizes.

For more information, call 492-3134.