Rockdale Tiger Booster Club will host its 6th annual golf tournament on Saturday, May 5 at the Rockdale Country Club.
The one day tournament will include a crawfish boil.
Teams will be posted at 8 a.m. with the first tee off at 8:30. A sausage wrap lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Another tee off is set for 1 p.m. and the crawfish boil is set for 6 p.m.
There is an $85 per person entry fee (which includes one meal ticket), additional meal tickets available for $20 each.
Players must be 18 years or older.
Prize money awarded to the first three places. Hole sponsorships available for $100.
Contact the RISD athletic office, 430-6150 for more information.
2nd annual Knight volleyball fund-raiser
The 2nd annual Knight volleyball scholarship fund-raiser will be held Saturday, May 4.
For more information, contact Amanda Honeycutt at (512) 455- 9186.
Eagles close out season
MILANO—The Milano Eagles baseball finished a disappointing season with a 20-1 loss to Thrall on Friday night. The team ends the year with a 3-11 record.
“We played hard all year and as the season went along we got better in most parts of the game,” Eagles head coach Craig Jentsch said. “Finishing 3 and 11 in district was disappointing but we have only one senior and we will get all of our pitching back and hope to build on this season and get better for next year. Very proud of our team and the way they represented our community.”
That one senior is Toby Sanders, who scored Milano’s lone run on Friday with a solo home run in the bottom of the third inning.
Pack caught for Jentsch and Jentsch caught for Pack.
Milano scholarship golf tourney tees off May 18
MILANO—A fund-raiser golf tournament will be held Saturday, May 18 to help with scholarships for Milano ISD.
The event will follow a four- man scramble format, with an8a. m. shot gun start and be held at the Rockdale Country Club and include top prizes, Supt. Robert Westbrook announced.
Cost is $60 per player or $240 for a four person team and is limited to the first 18 teams. Two mulligans may be purchased per person for $5 each. Single players are welcome and will be paired with a team.
Prizes will be given out to the top three teams, as well as for longest drive, closest to pin and hole-in-one.
Par t icipants wi ll a lso be served breakfast tacos and a barbecue lunch. Entry deadline is May 10. Forms are available at www.milanoisd.net or at the high school principal’s office.
Hole sponsorships are also available for the event for $120. A silent auction is also planned.
For more information, contact 512- 455- 9333 or email@example.com.
First Baptist hosting 3-on-3 hoop tournament
Rockdale First Baptist Church is hosting a 3- on-3 basketball tournament May 4.
Age groups include junior high, high school, college and up.
Entry fee is $25 for junior high, $30 for high school and $35 for college and up. Play begins at 9 a.m.
Grass Bash volleyball tourney served May 18
What: 4 on 4 Grass Volleyball Tournament
Who: You, your grandpa’s cousin’s uncle’s nephew— anybody!
When: May 18, 9 a.m.
Where: RHS football practice field
Why: Booster Club fundraiser and to play some Volleyball
Cost: $50 entry fee per team
Contact: RHS volleyball Coach Jason Williams or RHS Athletic Office (512-430-6150)
Deadline: for registration to play is May 10.
Scitern named to Ohio Valley Conference team
NASHVILLE—Senior Cameron Scitern has been named to the 2013 Ohio Valley Conference All-Conference team.
The Tiger captain is just the fourth Tiger in school history to be named to the first team and the sixth to gain a position on either the first, second or newcomer team.
Scitern was third in the OVC this year with a 71.5 strokes per round average. He finished in a tie for ninth at the Big Blue Intercollegiate with a three-round 3-under.
Scitern experienced his best round on the final day as he carded a 4-under, 68.
Scitern closed out the fall season with a second place finish at the APSU Intercollegiate in Hopkinsville, Ky.
The senior finished 8-under for the tournament and recorded 69’s during the first and third rounds and a 70 during the middle round. Scitern missed out on the title by one stroke.