The Patriot Day Golf Tournament will be held Sept. 11 at Mount Vintage Plantation Golf Club in North Augusta. The event will benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Registration and lunch will begin at 9:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at noon. The tournament will follow a shamble format, and a four-player team will cost $1,000. For information, call (706) 294-4040.
Tennis league opens
The CSRA Junior Tennis League is offering registration for the fall tennis season through Sunday. Anyone between the ages of 8-18 is welcome. To register, go to www.csratennis.com and in the menu under "Registration" and "Juniors" click on "Player." The league fee is $20 plus a $2 TennisLink fee. For information, call Michele Scott at (706) 855-7662 or write to CSRA-JTL@hotmail.com.
The 13th Annual Jawbones vs. Sawbones (lawyers vs. doctors) basketball game, benefiting Rape Crisis and Sexual Assault Services, will be at 7 p.m. Friday at the Greenbrier High School gym. The event will have food, door prizes and halftime entertainment. For information, call (706) 231-4640.
The Augusta Ultimate Club is looking for players high school age and older to play pickup games on Sundays at 1:30 p.m. at the old soccer field at Riverview Park in North Augusta. For information, go to sports.groups.yahoo.com/group/augusta-ultimate.
A new basketball league for ages 5-24 is holding open registration. Games will be played at Greenbrier High School from Jan. 13 through July. For information, call Dustin Leverett at (706) 651-8816.
The Augusta Spartans Charity Golf Tournament will be at the West Lake Country Club on Monday, Sept. 25. A registration fee includes green fees, golf cart, lunch, gifts and an evening event at the club. For more information or to register call Lori Moczadlo at (706) 863-8443 or Bill Lesshafft at (706) 877-5550.
The Columbia County Stealth, an established U-12 baseball team, is seeking players who are willing to travel and play at a high level of competition. Pitching or catching experience is beneficial. Eligible players must not turn 13 before May 1, 2007. For information, call Ernie Murray at (706) 288-8117.
The CSRA Crusaders home school baseball team and head coach Chileno Valdez are looking for home-schooled middle and high school boys interested in playing baseball to fill middle school, junior varsity and varsity rosters. Any boy attending a private school with no baseball program may also try out. The Crusaders will hold an eight-week baseball camp for elementary-age boys starting in September. For information, e-mail CSRACrusaders@comcast.net or call Todd Dickson at (706) 868-5531.
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