Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Sports summary


Sun Valley Taekwondo attended the annual fall Black Belt test at the Idaho Taekwondo Training Center in Boise. Sun Valley Taekwondo's single black belt candidate Derek Thompson had a great test and was promoted to first poome Jr. Black Belt. Derek is pictured here with his instructor Master Petersen. Courtesy photo

Sign up by Oct. 23 for Sun Valley B/B+ Hockey League

Registration and player fee payment for the Sun Valley B/B+ Hockey League are taking place earlier this year because the league's 2011-12 season of Sunday evening games is scheduled to begin earlier, on Sunday, Nov. 6 at Sun Valley Skating Center.

Sign-up sheets were first made available Friday, Oct. 7 at Sturtevants in Ketchum and Hailey, according to league commissioner Gary Norbom. He said the new "rollback" player fee of $225 per player must be received by Sunday, Oct. 23. Team selection and the league schedule will be made after sign-ups end so the skating can begin by Nov. 6, he added.

Middle school wrestling meeting

Parents of sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade students interested in more details about Wood River Middle School wrestling should attend an informational meeting Thursday, Oct. 13 at 6 p.m. at the Hailey school, coach Derek Ruhter (578-5130) said. Practices start Monday, Oct. 17.

Evans remains Chapman soccer scoring leader

With over two-thirds of the 2011 college soccer season in the books, former Wood River High School star Aimee Evans of Hailey remains the scoring leader for the Chapman University Panthers (5-8-1) based in Orange, Ca. Evans (7 goals, 2 assists for 16 points) also leads the Panthers in shots (36) and shots on goal (20).

The junior forward and Chapman art major scored the game-winning goal Sept. 30 in a 1-0 victory over U.C. Santa Cruz that snapped a three-game Chapman losing streak and was the team's first home win. In Chapman's next game, Evans equalized with a goal late in the second half that sparked a 2-1 triumph over Claremont (Ca.). Last fall, Evans led Chapman with 12 goals and tied for the lead with 26 points.

Chapman returns home from a three-game eastern swing with a home game against Whittier College today, Wednesday. The 18-game season ends Oct. 26.

Jackson Hole Marathon runners

Two Hailey-based runners finished the first annual Jackson Hole (Wyo.) Marathon on a 26-mile, 385-yard USATF-certified course from downtown Jackson Hole to Teton Village on Saturday, Sept. 24. They were Ryan Yates (3.25:54), 11th overall of 122 marathon finishers and second in Men's 20-29, and Joanna Peters (3.48:50), 26th overall, the seventh woman and second in Women's 30-39. Marathon winners were Heath Wiltse of Coeur d'Alene (2:51.31) and Kristen Munson of Logan, Utah (3.22:24). There were 131 runners finishing the half marathon.

Golf ace at Sun Valley

Alexander Eccles made a hole-in-one Monday, Oct. 3 at the Sun Valley Golf Course sixth hole. He used a pitching wedge from 107 yards. Among witnesses was Mariner Eccles.

SVSEF Ski swap is Oct. 20-23

The Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation on its Web site has announced details of the 2011 SVSEF Ski Swap, a fundraising display and sale of ski and snowboard equipment and winter clothing/merchandise.

Dates are Thursday through Sunday, Oct. 20-23 at Sagewillow Barn, Elkhorn at Sun Valley. Volunteers are needed. Contact Elise Stelling at  HYPERLINK "mailto:stelling1@cox.net" stelling1@cox.net.

Thursday is check-in day. Local vendors should check-in merchandise from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, and out-of-town vendors from noon-3 p.m. Public check-in of sale items takes place Thursday from noon-6 p.m.

Sale hours are Friday, Oct. 21 from 11 a.m.-6 p.m., plus Saturday, Oct. 22 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 23 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Public check-out of unsold merchandise is Sunday from 12-2, and vendor check-out is Sunday from 1-4 p.m.

Be sure to save some time at the public check-in by visiting the svsef.org Web site and filling out the merchandise form in advance. Tags will then be issued at check-in.




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