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Mile Hi Horseshoe Club postpones Oct. 13 tournament, moves it to Oct. 20
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The Mile Hi Horseshoe Club has postponed its Oct. 13 open tournament and rescheduled it for Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Watson Lake Park courts off North Highway 89 in Prescott, club president Cal Cordes said Oct. 12. Cordes said the tournament will be open to all pitchers, no matter their age or ability level. Participating pitchers should arrive at the courts around 9:30 a.m. Oct. 20. Entry fee is $10 per pitcher, whether he or she plays singles or doubles. For more information, call Cordes at 928-583-4258.

Bradshaw Mountain softball’s ‘100 Inning Game’ fundraiser Oct. 20 in Prescott Valley

Bradshaw Mountain High School’s softball team is conducting a “100 Inning Game” as a fundraiser for the Bears’ softball program from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at the school’s varsity field in Prescott Valley. If necessary, a rain date of Saturday, Oct. 27, has been scheduled. The game features the varsity softball team competing as an intra-squad of two teams, with the varsity coaches serving as umpires. Pitchers and catchers will play in the game from 8 to 9:30 a.m. A pitching machine will then be used for the remainder of the innings. Teams will play nine outs, clearing the bases after three outs, and the score will be kept on the softball field’s scoreboard. The fundraiser is being used to buy equipment, uniforms, tournament fees and transportation, and player gear. Players will collect pledges per inning completed or seek a flat donation for participating in the 100-inning game. Each player’s goal is to raise $250, with a team goal of $4,500. The community is welcome to attend the game at any time during the day and present a donation to the softball program. A corn-hole tournament will be played throughout the day, too, and a team barbecue will conclude the festivities. For more information, email Bears coach Sharon Haese at: sharon.haese@humboldtunified.com.

Chino Valley Fall Hoops Classic 3 on 3 Tournament Oct. 20 at the high school

The Chino Valley Fall Hoops Classic 3 on 3 Tournament will be played starting at 8 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at the town’s high school, 760 E. Center St. There is a three-game guarantee for the tournament, which is open to all students in Yavapai County. Entry fee is $50 per team, with four players maximum per squad. There are three age divisions of play, including an Open 18 and Under (must be in high school), an Open 13-15, and a Girls 18 and Under (must be in high school). There will also be a 3-point shooting contest. Trophies and sweatshirts will be awarded to the first-, second- and third-place teams, depending on the entry. To register, call Chino Valley boys’ basketball coach Ravi Shetty at 928-225-0374 or email him at: rshetty@chinovalleyschools.com. Deadline to register is Wednesday, Oct. 10.

Fishing opportunities expanding in Prescott Valley

The Arizona Game and Fish Department and the Town of Prescott Valley have teamed up to expand fishing opportunities in the community, according to a press release. The ponds are located at 8700 E. Lakeshore Dr. in Prescott Valley. On June 12, Game and Fish stocked 1,000 pounds of catchable catfish into Yavapai Lakes at Urban Forest, and Fain Lake. Game and Fish reminded the public that a valid license is required for those over the age of 10. A youth combo hunt/fish license for age 10 to 17 is just $5.

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