Practice will run from 7:30-8:45 in the mornings and 6-7:30 in the evenings. Players should bring running shoes, soccer shoes, shin guards, ball, and water. Completed physicals are required on the KHSAA physical form available at the high school.
For more information call Coach Wiser at 885-7226 or 948-0081 or email@example.com.
Baseball Scouting Service
BASE Scouting Service, will be holding their 3rd annual High School Baseball Showcase, on Saturday, July 26 at the Charlie Adkins field in Paintsville. The Showcase is open to any high school Baseball player, who in 2009 will be in grades 9 through 12, plus current 2008 unsigned seniors.
College coaches and professional scouts will be on hand to evaluate players. Player evaluations, will be sent to other colleges. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the cost is $50 per player.
Contact Coach Robert Lyons at 606-424-7062 for additional information
Street Car Shootout
London Dragway will host a Street Car Shootout Saturday, July 5 with a class for just about anyone who wants to compete.
The Street Car Shootout will be made up of five separate divisions, including a 10.5 Tire Class, a 26 x 8.5 Tire Class, an Outlaw DOT Class, a True Street DOT Class, and a Truck and Car Trophy Dash.
The 10.5 class will limit rear tires to 10.5 inch slicks or 12.5 inch DOT tires. Stock frame rails must be used front to back, but back rails may be notched. Mufflers will be required, and wheelie bars will not be allowed. Rear seats may be removed, and the car must have a dashboard.
Entry fee will be $50, with $800 posted for the winner. Competition will be on a .400 pro tree, heads up, on the eighth-mile.
In the 26 x 8.5 class, rear tires are limited to that size. Stock frames front to back will be required, with notched rear frames approved. No rear coilovers, wheelie bars, four links, ladder bars, nitrous controllers, timers, delay boxes, etc. will be allowed, and aftermarket suspensions must be bolt-on type. Mufflers will be required.
The entry fee will be $50, and $500 is posted to win. A .400 pro tree will be used, heads up, on the eighth-mile.
The Outlaw DOT class will allow any size DOT tire, bias or radial. Stock frame rails from front to back will be required from front to back. Mufflers will be required, as will full interiors. No wheelie bars will be permitted.
For this class, entry fee will we $50 with $500 to win, and racing will again be on a .400 pro tree, heads up, over the eighth-mile.
True Street DOT will feature driver-type cars that can be used every day with index racing. DOT or street tires only will be required, with no slicks allowed. Stock frame rails and suspension will be required.
Competition will be on the quarter-mile, heads up, in elapsed time indexes of 14.00, 13.00, 12.00, and 11.00, with a .500 full tree.
Entry fee is $25, with $100 and a five-foot trophy to the overall winner and a two-post trophy to each index class winner.
The Truck and Car trophy dash will be a dial-in class open to all vehicles over the quarter-mile, with an 11.00 limit. Winners from the second round on will receive trophies, and the overall winner will receive $100 and a two-post trophy. Entry fee is $25.
There must be a minimum of 10 cars in each class for full payouts. All cars are to be inspected for street classes prior to qualifying. Full interior cars may have rear seat removed, but carpet must be over sheet metal.
Additional information, including complete payouts and directions to the track, may also be obtained by checking the track's Web site, www.londondragway.com.
EJHS Boys Golf Tryouts
Tryouts for East Jessamine High boys golf begins at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 15 at Connemara.
A current physical is required and must be brought to the golf course at the time of tryouts.
East and West Jessamine High School boys basketball teams competed in the AAU state basketball tournament.
West advanced to the final 16 before losing to LCA. East advanced to the final eight before losing to Clay County.
In pool play, West defeated South Laurel and Knox Central and lost to Hazard.
East fell to Dunbar in the first game of pool play but then picked up wins over Middlesboro and Monticello.
Scott County defeated Hazard to win the tournament.