Sports briefs for the week of Sept. 22:




Fifth Annual Harvest Hustle 5K set for Sept. 25

Developmental basketball league starting

Youth program for ages 6 to 9

Destroyers youth team home opener set for Sept. 25

Trey Hamm, Katia Foret win Maple Dale championship

Sterling, Sharp win respective flights at Wild Quail

Other than S&T tourney held for 18-holers

Two tie for first place in odd holes competition

Couples Club Championship held at Wild Quail

Hall scores 33 to win low-net tournament

Jonathan’s ladies toss out par threes in weekly game

Shuih and Felty winners in weekly senior game

Ladies club championship held at Maple Dale

FITNESS
Fifth Annual Harvest Hustle 5K set for Sept. 25
The Fifth Annual Harvest Hustle 5K Run/Walk to benefit the American Cancer Society will be at 8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 25, at Fifer Orchards, Wyoming.
The registration fee is $25 and closes Thursday, Sept. 23.
Fifer Orchards is offering race participants 15% off all purchases from the Country Store. In addition, the American Cancer Society will be distributing information about its programs and services.
John Sell will provide entertainment and there will be refreshments available.
For more information, visit http://relay.acsevents.org/site/R?i=XmObOjUhMJZ5aHFE3Tbdrw.

BASKETBALL
Developmental basketball league starting
The city of Dover Parks and Recreation Department is offering a Three-on-Three Developmental Basketball League for ages 7 to 9 and 10 to 12 from 7 to 8:15 p.m. Tuesdays, Sept. 28 to Nov. 9, at the Pitts Center, Dover.
The slower, half-court pace allows the development of the key offensive skills of dribbling, passing and shooting, as well as defensive play.
The activity fee is $25 and there is a maximum of 10 participants per age group.
For more information, call 674-7541 or visit www.cityofdover.com.

FLOOR HOCKEY
Youth program for ages 6 to 9
The city of Dover Parks and Recreation Department is offering a Youth Indoor Floor Hockey League for ages 6 to 9 from 7 to 8:15 p.m. Mondays, Sept. 27 to Oct. 18, at the Pitts Center, Dover.
The program offers an excellent chance for children to master their floor hockey skills, as each class starts with some ball handling drill to warm-up before players are divided into teams to enjoy a game.
The activity fee is $20 and there is a maximum of 16 participants.
For more information, call 674-7541 or visit www.cityofdover.com.

FOOTBALL
Destroyers youth team home opener set for Sept. 25
The Kent County Destroyers youth football team will play its first home game of the season Saturday, Sept. 25, at William Henry Middle School, Dover.
The ages 7 to 10 team will host the Dolphins of Berlin, Md. at 10 a.m. and the ages 11 to 13 team will play the Bulldogs of Salisbury, Md., at noon.
For more information, call 264-7494.

GOLF
Trey Hamm, Katia Foret win Maple Dale championship
Maple Dale held its 2010 Club Championship Sept. 11 and 12 at Maple Dale Country Club, Dover.
Trey Hamm, men, and Katia Foret, ladies, were the overall champions for the year.
The other winners were: Dan Muterspaw, men, and Debbie Scheller, ladies, in flight one; CJ Morales, men, in flight two; and Don Davis, men, flight three.

Sterling, Sharp win respective flights at Wild Quail
The Wild Quail 9-Hole Ladies played an Other than S&T Tournament Sept. 14 at Wild Quail Golf and Country Club, Wyoming.
The winners in Flight A were: Pat Sterling, 22, first; and Doris Wilt, 23, second.
The winners in Flight B were: Becky Sharp, 22, first; and Fran Dabson, 28, second.

Other than S&T tourney held for 18-holers
The Wild Quail 18-Hole Ladies played and Other than S&T Tournament Sept. 14 at Wild Quail Golf and Country Club, Wyoming.
The winners in Flight A were: Brenda Bradley, Lou Ann Carlson and Kathy Gazze, tied for first; Karen Kitchen, second; and Janet Hovis and Linda Malloy, tied for third.
The winners in Flight B were: Jan Hobbs and Joan Shuba, tied for first; and Colleen Stone, second.
Lou Ann Carlson won the closest-to-the-pin contest on both hole No. 4 and hole No. 13.

Two tie for first place in odd holes competition
The Maple Dale 9-Holers played an Odd Holes Tournament Sept. 16 at Maple Dale Country Club, Dover.
The winners were: Kris Parsons and Alice Tracy, tied for first; Barbara Reed, second; and Loretta Harpster, third.

Couples Club Championship held at Wild Quail
The Wild Quail Couples Club Championship tournament was held Sept. 11 with an alternate shot after each tee shot format at Wild Quail Golf and Country Club, Wyoming.
The winners were: Lynn and Lenny Richardson, first gross; June and Jeff Allen, second gross; and Lynn and Jim Egloff, first net.

Hall scores 33 to win low-net tournament
The Ladies at Garrisons Lake Golf Course played a nine-hole, low-net tournament Sept. 16 at Garrison’s Lake Golf Course, Smyrna.
The winners were: Betty Hall, 33, first; Ann Williams and Marilyn McFarlin, tied for second with 34; and Pat Mayer and Lucy Lange, tied for third with 35.

Jonathan’s ladies toss out par threes in weekly game
The Jonathan’s Landing Ladies played a Toss Out the Par Threes tournament Sept. 15 at Jonathan’s Landing Golf Course, Magnolia.
The winners were: Towar Whitehead, Flight A; and Phyliss Bowling and Linda Jarrell, tied for Flight B.

Shuih and Felty winners in weekly senior game
The Par 3 Senior Golf League played its weekly game Sept. 14 at the Dover Par 3.
The men’s winners were: Bob Shuih, 26, one birdie, first; Bill Reese, 28, one birdie, second; Paul Lombardi, 29, two birdies, third; and Jim Robinson and Bill Bell, tied for fourth with 29.
The ladies’ winners were: Donna Felty and Joyce Bush, tied for first with 37; and Betty Shimamoto, 38, second.

Ladies club championship held at Maple Dale
The Maple Dale Ladies 18-Hole Golf Association Club Championship was held Sept. 11 and 12 at Maple Dale Country Club, Dover.
Katia Foret won her fourth club championship, while Debbie Scheller was the low net champion.
The group’s ladies day was held Sept. 14 with a 12-hole elective format. The winners were: Diana Berry, first; and Connie Muterspaw, second.
The ladies then played a low net tournament Sept. 18. The winners were: Columbia Porter, first; and Kathy Still, second.