Parker Plageman (40), Landon Colwell (43), Collin Rogers (46), Casey Hardwick (47), Mark Moody (48), Mike Natale (48), Mathew Voight (49), Tanner Burford (50), Timmy Parker (51), C.J. Foster (51), Colin Releford (52) and Logan McPherson (54) teed it up for the Jaguars.
Emma Johnston (45) and Alex Martinez (63) teed it up for the Lady Jaguars.
TENNIS AT GRIFFIN CITY PARK:
The United States Tennis Association (USTA) is hosting a Tennis Festival from 10 a.m., until 12:30 p.m., on Saturday at the Griffin City Tennis Courts, designed to showcase the fun and excitement of playing tennis, as well as sharing with parents the benefits of involving their children in the sport. Tennis Festivals welcome the whole family to play tennis at all skill levels. Parents and children are encouraged to participate and experience first-hand the way in which tennis is now sized right for their kid’s age and ability.
The Tennis Festival initiative launched during “Tennis Night in America” on March 4 at Madison Square Garden. Tennis Night in America featured the BNP Paribas Showdown with 2012 US Open champion and Olympic gold medalist, Serena Williams, against the world’s No. 1 woman player, Victoria Azarenka. In addition, former World No. 1 Rafael Nadal squared off versus former U.S. Open champion Juan Martin del Potro.
FREE FOOTBALL CAMP:
The Locust Grove Football and Cheerleading Association (LGFCA) is hosting a FREE football camp and combine for ages 5-12 from 2-3:30 p.m., on Sundays through July 27th at Warren Holder Park in Locust Grove. LGFCA coaches will conduct the camp.
The Locust Grove Football and Cheerleading Association is a non-profit youth sports organization that is dedicated to providing the youth of Henry, Clayton, Spalding and Butts County with a positive and enjoyable youth football and cheerleading experience. We currently offer both tackle football and cheerleading for youth ages 4-12 and coed flag football in the spring. As an association we take great pride in the achievements of this association, which operates at the highest level and is a strong catalyst in keeping the youth of our community off the streets and in the classrooms, as well as on the playing field.
KIWANIS KIDS LEAGUE:
The Kiwanis Kids league will begin playing baseball at the First Christian Church on the corner of Pinehill Road and Poplar Street at 9 a.m. on March 23 and each Saturday through May 4.
An end-of-season party, complete with trophy and medallion presentations, will follow at the end of the season.
Please call Skipper (678) 898-7073 for sign-ups and shirt sizes.
WILD GAME BANQUET:
Second Baptist Church of Griffin will hold its 22nd annual Wild Game Banquet at 5 p.m. on April 6 in The Fields at Second Baptist Church of Griffin.
Jeff Deaver of X-treme Christian Outdoors Television will be the featured speaker.
Tickets can be purchased at the Second Baptist Church office for $10. For more info, go to sbcgriffin.org.