Sports briefs for the week of Sept. 29:




Kent for Kids 5K Walk/Run set for Oct. 3

Walls Walk for Charity celebrating third year

Dover High to host second annual alumni game

Fishing trip set for Oct. 10

Mondi wins MMC Blind Hole tournament

Sweeney and Sharp win respective flights at Wild Quail

Par Fours Only game held for Wild Quail 18-Holers

Bluesuiters’ tournament set for Oct. 6

Kent-Sussex Industries hosts 21st annual tourney

Cassell wins low putts tournament at Garrison’s

Senior league holds 18-hole scramble tourney

Par fives thrown out for weekly Jonathan’s game

FITNESS
Kent for Kids 5K Walk/Run set for Oct. 3
The first Delaware Guidance Services 5K Walk/Run and Pushups for Charity will begin with registration at 8:30 a.m. at Killens Pond State Park, Felton.
The Kiddie K fun run will be at 8:50 a.m. for children up to age 10, with the official run/walk starting at 9 a.m.
Those who wish to test their upper body strength can participate in the Pushups for Charity contest, with one second from their 5K time being subtracted for each pushup completed.
Awards will be presented to the overall male, female and masters runners; top three male and female runners in age categories from 14 and younger to 70 and older; top three male and female walkers; all Kiddie K finishers; top three male and female finishers in the 5K and pushup contest; and top three pushup only contestants.
The cost of registration is $25 and includes a commemorative T-shirt, and end-of-race refreshments.
For more information, visit www.trisportsevents.com or www.delawareguidance.org/news.htm.

Walls Walk for Charity celebrating third year
The Third Annual Walls Walk for Charity will begin with registration at 1 p.m. and the walk at 2 p.m. in Bicentennial Park, Milford.
Runners, strollers, wheel chairs and scooters will follow the Mispillion Greenway, and pets on leashes are welcome.
This year, for the first time, participants will get an opportunity to walk on a primitive nature trail on Goat Island. Because the island trail is still in the planning stages, this is a chance for an early, close up look.
The cost of registration is $10 for adults, $7 for seniors and students, and free for children ages 12 and younger. Following the walk, there will be free food, music, games, a juggler, balloon art, face painting and a moon bounce for kids.
Proceeds benefit youth programs and Milford Parks and Recreation.
For more information, call 422-8985.

BASEBALL
Dover High to host second annual alumni game
The Second Annual Dover High School Baseball Alumni Game will begin with registration from 9 to 9:45 a.m., homerun derby at 10 a.m. and first pitch at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 9, at Dover High School, 1 Patrick Lynn Drive.
The nine-inning game will feature an MVP trophy; will be coached by former Dover High coaches; and will feature a barbecue for players and spectators during the game.
The cost of registration is $40 per player, which includes an alumni T-shirt, a barbecue lunch, the homerun derby and the nine-inning game.
The cost of admission is free, but the barbecue lunch costs $5. Children’s activities will be provided during the game.
Raffle tickets will be sold to win tickets to this year’s Eagles vs. Giants football game with seats in the Chrysler Club Box. A parking pass also is included and the drawing of the ticket will be during the alumni game.
All proceeds benefit the Dover High School baseball program.
For more information, call Coach David Gordon at 670-9952, Boosters President Bob Brown at 233-5763; or email dgordon@capital.k12.de.us.

BOATING
Fishing trip set for Oct. 10
A fishing trip aboard the Miss Shyanne with Captain David Russell will be held from 7 a.m. (board at 6:30 a.m.) to 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 10, leaving from 193 Davidson St., Bowers Beach.
The boat will lead the way to Delaware Bay’s best fishing spots.
Admission is $45 and includes pole and bait; tips for the mate are appreciated and not included. Organizers recommend guests take sunscreen, bug spray, camera, motion sickness preventive, and food and drinks. The trip session is Trip F1.
For more information, call 674-7541 or visit www.cityofdover.com.

GOLF
Mondi wins MMC Blind Hole tournament
The Modern Maturity Center Garrisons Lake Golf League played a Blind Hole tournament Sept. 20 at Garrison’s Lake Golf Course, Smyrna.
The blind hole was the par four hole No. 7.
The winners were Dominic Mondi, 44, first; Jim Brockton and Irene Simpson, tied for second with 45; and Epi Aboyme, 46, third.

Sweeney and Sharp win respective flights at Wild Quail
The Wild Quail 9-Hole Ladies played a Par Fours Only tournament Sept. 21 at Wild Quail Golf and Country Club, Wyoming.
The winners in A Flight were Pat Sweeney, 20, first; and Peg Adkins and Pat Sterling, tied for second with 21.
The winners in B Flight were Becky Sharp, 25, first; and Jan Zelenke, 29, second.

Par Fours Only game held for Wild Quail 18-Holers
The Wild Quail 18-Hole Ladies played a Par Fours Only tournament Sept. 21 at Wild Quail Golf and Country Club, Wyoming.
The winners in the first flight were Jane Heinig, 38, first; Brenda Bradley, 39.5, second; and Janet Hovis, 42, third.
The winners in the second flight were Mary Jane Ralston, 37.5, first; Joan Shuba, 42, second; and Loretta Grimes, 42.5, third.
Bradley also won the closest-to-the-pin contest on hole No. 8 at a distance of 30 feet 10 inches.

Bluesuiters’ tournament set for Oct. 6
The Team Dover Bluesuiters’ Golf Tournament will be at 8 p.m., registration at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 6, at Eagle Creek Golf Course, Dover Air Force Base.
The cost to play is $40 for Eagle Creek members, $55 for non-members, or $55 to sponsor a player from Dover Air Force Base. The fee includes lunch.
For more information, call Jennifer Vallee at 677-3376.

Kent-Sussex Industries hosts 21st annual tourney
The Kent-Sussex Industries Three-Club Tournament was held Sept. 15 at Shawnee Country Club, Milford, raising nearly $20,000.
The winners were Joe Aurillo, Chris Lowe, Mike McPhail and Tom Rathfon, Team National HVAC Services, low gross; Craig Crouch, Scott Sukeena, Dave Reider and Brian Richards, Team KSI-Citizens Bank, low net.

Cassell wins low putts tournament at Garrison’s
The Ladies at Garrison’s Lake Golf Course played a Low Putts tournament Sept. 23 at Garrison’s Lake Golf Course, Smyrna.
The winners were Nancy Cassell, 14 putts, first; Marilyn McFarlin and Linda Barlow, 15 putts, second; and Betty Hall, 16 putts, third.

Senior league holds 18-hole scramble tourney
The Par 3 Senior Golf League played an 18-hole Scramble Golf Tournament at the Dover Par 3.
The winning team consisted of Bob Shuih, Gracie Tucker, Bill Thomas and Eli Sevilena.
The closest-to-the-pin winners on hole No. 9 were Donna Felty for the ladies and Paul Lombardi for the men.

Par fives thrown out for weekly Jonathan’s game
The Jonathan’s Landing Ladies played a Throw Out the Par 5’s tournament Sept. 22 at Jonathan’s Landing Golf Course, Magnolia.
The winners were Jeannie Walls, Flight A; Barbara Miller, Flight B; and Becky Brooks and Kay Stubbs, Flight C.