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GOLF -- American Legion Post 31 is holding a four-person golf scramble on Sunday at Ballard County Country Club with a shotgun start of 8:30 a.m. The entry fee is $200 and includes a cart, green fees, range balls and lunch after play. Proceeds benefit American Legion baseball. Contact Hardy Gentry at 270-442-2525 or B.J. Franklin at 270-898-7796 for more information.

GOLF -- Entries are being taken for the 57th annual Dr. John C. Quertermous Men's Invitational Golf Tournament on Saturday and Sunday at Murray Country Club. Tee times -- 7:30-9:40 a.m. and 12:20-2 p.m. -- can be made by calling the pro shop at 270-753-9430. Entry fee is $75 per person plus cart fee of $16 each day per person. Entry fee includes lunch both days, registration gifts, free range balls and one drink ticket. Entries will be taken Friday or until the field is full. Entry forms may be obtained by downloading from www.murraycountryclub.com or at the MCC pro shop.

GOLF -- The St. Jude four-person scramble will be May 26 at Murray Country Club. Cost is $60 per person and includes lunch. Checks should be made to St. Jude's Children's Hospital. For more information, contact the pro shop, 270-753-9430, or the office at 270-762-0068.

GOLF -- Entry forms for the 44th Annual Mark Mullen Memorial Junior Golf Tournament to be held at Paxton Park on June 5 are available in the pro shop. Age groups are boys 10-11 (nine holes), 12-13, 14-15, 16-May 2017 HS graduates and girls ages 12-13 (nine holes), 14-15, 16-May 2017 HS graduates. Entry fee is $30 for 18-hole divisions and $25 for nine-hole divisions. Entry deadline is 6 p.m. June 3. Call the pro shop at 270-444-9514 with any questions.

GOLF -- The Hart Memorial Two-Lady Scramble tournament will be June 7 at Murray Country Club with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. and registration at 8 a.m.. Entry fee is $50 per person, which includes cart, lunch, door prizes and registration refreshments. For persons bringing their own cart, the fee is $35. Entries must be received no later than May 27. For information, call Terri Pickens at 270-293-0052. Entry forms can be found on the Murray Country Club website (www.murraycountryclub.com), by calling the MCC pro shop at 270-753-9430 or by contacting Pickens.

FOOTBALL -- McCracken County High School is holding Friday Night Lights youth football camp from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. June 9 and 16 for kids from third through eighth grades. Cost of the camp is $10 per participant and includes a camp shirt. Campers need to wear shorts, T-shirts and cleats if available. MCHS varsity coaches and players will teach: football agility drills; football skill drills; blocking and tackling technique; position skill and drill work; 40-yard dash timing; and more. For more information call Mark Clark, varsity head coach, at 270-772-0523 or Gary White, director of football operations, at 270-816-2307.

TENNIS -- The Purchase Area Tennis Association "Summer Tennis Clinics" begin June 5 for players ages 5 through 13. Coach Chuck Whitnell and Graves County High School tennis players will provide instruction. All skill levels are welcome. Future Stars (5 to 8 years old) play 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 am. Players group (ages 9 to 13) play 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays June 5-27 at the Scott Thompson Tennis Courts in Mayfield. The cost is $60, which includes a T-shirt. Alternate rate is $10 per day. Registration will take place June 5. To learn more, contact coach Chuck Whitnell at 270-247-0863 or email whitnellc@twc.com.

VOLLEYBALL -- Murray State dates for multiple camps hosted this summer at Racer Arena are set for June 12 and 13. MSU will host a Junior Racer All Skills Camp held for ages 9-13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days. Cost for the camp is $120 per camper. June 14-16 is the Elite Racer All Skills Camp for ages 14-18. Cost of the camp is $180 and will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. In July, the Racers will host a team camp from the 10th-12th and is open to all junior varsity and varsity high school volleyball teams. Cost of the camp is $220 per camper and teams must have a minimum of eight players. Cost of the camp includes meals and a T-shirt.

WATER SKIING -- The Kentucky Lake Ski Nuts will present Learn to Ski Day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 24 at Twin Oaks Lake. Fee is $20 per person and proceeds benefit the Carly Marquess Memorial Fund. Lunch will be provided. For further information, call Corey at 270-564-2907 or Melanie at 270-564-2992.

OTHER -- Athletic physicals will be available to Mayfield High School athletes on July 10. Dr. Wayne Williams will conduct the sports physicals at the Jack M. Morris Training Facility according to the following schedule: 9 a.m., football and boys basketball; 9:45, boys soccer, boys band and boys golf; 10:15, all other boys sports; 11 a.m. cheerleaders and girls soccer; 11:15 volleyball and girls golf; 11:30, girl band members and all other girls sports. The cost of the physical will be $10. KHSAA physical forms are required. Players that get a physical from his or her personal physician are reminded that the KHSAA form must be completed by the doctor. For more information, contact Mayfield Athletic Director Joe Morris at 270-247-4461.

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