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Sports briefs for April 11, 2012
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Chamber Golf Classic on April 20 at Cherokee Rose

The sixth annual Liberty County Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic is scheduled for April 20 at Cherokee Rose Country Club in Hinesville.
The tournament is presented by Liberty Regional Medical Center and Innovative Therapy Concepts. The hole-in-one is sponsored by Vaden Nissan.
The enry fee is $250 for a four-person team or $85 for individuals. Lunch will be provided by Baldinos at noon and dinner is provided by Shane’s Rib Shack at 6 p.m.
Registration begins at 11:30 a.m., and tee time is 12:30 p.m. First-place winners receive $500, second place is $300 and third place is $200.
For more information, call 368-4445. Entry deadline is April 13.

Long County sets time for physicals
Long County High School will offer free physicals to rising ninth-graders and high-school students who plan to participate in any extra-curricular activities in the next school year.  
The physicals will be given from 3:15 p.m.-5:15 p.m. Monday, April 23, in the high school gym.  
Students must be in line by 5:15 p.m. in order to receive the physical.
Student-athletes must bring the correct physical form, with a parent’s signature on page 1 and the student’s name at the top of all pages.
Physical forms can be picked up in the athletic director’s office or downloaded from the school website.
Student-athletes must have an up-to-date physical on file at the school before they are allowed to participate in any summer team activities.   
Optim Orthopedics is providing this service to the Long County student-athletes.

YMCA T-ball registration for players ages 3-7 begins April 1. The season starts the end of May. For more information call 368-9622.

YMCA spring basketball

Registration for the YMCA Spring Basketball begins May 5. It is open for ages 7-12. Call 368-9622.

Jiu Jitsu Training

Wolf Pack Jiu Jitsu training for is currently open for ages 8 to adult. For more information call Wolf Pack Jiu Jitsu at (912) 368-1123.

Guyton back for third annual Coastal Georgia Pro Sports Festival

Former Bradwell Institute football player turned NFL pro, Gary Guyton is bringing his third annual Sports Festival to James Brown Park and Bradwell Institute May 4-5.

The fun begins Friday evening with the Great Amazing Race for Youth kicking off at 7 p.m. at James Brown Park. Patterned after the popular television show The Amazing Race, teams will race around a 1 mile cross country course that includes up to 8 fun-filled stations. The clue cards provided at each station directs the team to perform a task (game, relay, obstacle course, etc.) before proceeding to the next station. The team that completes the tasks and reaches the finish line with the fastest overall time is declared the winner. The top 25 teams qualify for the National Championship Race and a chance to win $2,000. Teams can be a mix of kids, parents, grandparents, siblings, mentors, etc. Race team entry fees are $40 until May 3, $50 day of race.

On Saturday the fun continues at Bradwell Institute where Guyton and a few of his NFL pals will offer free football and cheerleading camps. The first camp is for kids grades 1-6 and begins at 8 a.m.

Starting at 11 a.m. there will be a football camp for the high school level.

For more information or to register for the events visit: If you are interested in being an event vendor call (513) 518-0528.


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