Lakes Area Briefs
Amazing shots at PLGC
Two "Great Shots" happened at Perham Lakeside GC in the last two weeks. Perham Junior Nick Dockter scored a rare double-eagle on Maple No. 3. Dockter hit a driver and 6-iron on the par 5, 467 yard hole.
Dockter joins Bob Cavanagh and Nick Anderson as the only other Perham locals to perform the feat, slated by the USGA as five times rarer than a hole-in-one. Both scored their deuce on Oak No. 1.
Don Riepe followed two days later with a hole-in-one on Pine No. 3. It was Riepe's first ace and the first on the 8-year-old, 187-yard hole. Fellow KLN employee Ron Grewe was on hand to witness the perfect shot.
NYM Baseball Walleye Tournament June 9
The New York Mills Youth Baseball Association is holding a walleye tournament June 9 on Big Pine Lake.
Registration is open for this first-time tournament with cash paid to the top 10 places. First place is guaranteed $1,000 with all other places based on a full field of 65 teams. Cash prizes will be awarded by total team weight.
Anyone with questions or comments regarding this tournament or to get an entry form should call 385-3259 or 385-2698.
Entry fee is $125 for 2-person teams. Fishing hours are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., June 9, on Big Pine Lake. Tournament headquarters will be at Ron Ehnert Beach where the contestants will start and end.
Walleyes - minimum length is 14". Limit of six fish. There is a slot on Big Pine and all fish between 18" and 26" must be released. Any infraction of this rule will result in disqualification.
Tournament will be catch and release. No dead fish will be weighed. All boats must be inspected before tournament hours. Inspection will begin at 5:30 a.m.
A mandatory rules and orientation meeting will be held at Lund Park in NY Mills on June 8, 7 p.m. One member of each team must attend unless other arrangements have been made. All proceeds go towards the benefit and development of NY Mills youth baseball.
'Star Shooter' camp June 14 in NYM
New York Mills High School head boys basketball coach Bryan Dunrud is looking for local athletes to participate in the Star Shooter Shooting Camp hosted by professional shooting coach Jay Wolf. The camp is scheduled for June 14 and is open to girls and boys, grades 5 and up. The Star Shooting Camp needs a minimum of 30 participants per session.
The shooting camp will be divided into two 3-hour sessions, with grades 5-7 meeting from 9 a.m. to 12:30 pm; and grades 8 and up meeting from 1:30-5 p.m.
The shooting camp will consist of, and teach: Proper shooting technique; A free throw method that produces a 90 percent success rate; How to become your own shooting coach; A proven practice method that develops all the skills needed to score consistently against any defense
The fee for the Star Shooting Camp is $35. This fee includes complete shooting instruction of all above goals and all three parts of the Star Shooting Camp which includes: A Training Video, A Practice Manual, and A Patented Training Aid.
To register for the Star Shooter Shooters Camp please contact Bryan Dunrud at (218)-385-2553 ext. 273.
NYM Summer Basketball Camp
New York Mills basketball coach Bryan Dunrud will be running a camp for boys and girls June 18-21. The camp is for kids in grades 3-9 and will go from 1-3 p.m. at the Mills Sports Center.
The camp offers a solid foundation in skill development and motivation. The teaching progression takes into account age and skill differences. Participants will develop listening skills and goal setting, as well as develop confidence, a love for the game, athleticism and improvement of individual skills.
Pre-registration must be turned in by June 8. Cost for the camp is $25 for New York Mills players, and $35 for kids outside the NYM school district.
Every camp participant will receive a mini basketball and a Certificate of Participation.
You can still sign up for PHS summer
Perham Volleyball is proud to present another fantastic opportunity for Perham area volleyball players to improve their skills by attending Perham's 5th Annual Summer Volleyball Camp. This summer's camp features former Augustana and NDSU college volleyball coach, Zaundra Bina.
The camp will be held June 28-30 at the Prairie Wind Middle School and will be open to area girls entering grades 6 - 12. Girls in grades 6-8 will have camp between 8:30-11:30 a.m. the first two days, and 8:30-10:30 on the final day. Girls in grades 9-12 will be in camp from 12-3 p.m. on June 28-29, and from 10:30-12:30 on June 30.
During her 16-year collegiate coaching career, including five years at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, S.D., Bina compiled a 390-173 mark and a winning percentage of .693. At NDSU, her teams had a 257-119 record and a .684 winning percentage.
Bina earned her master's degree in education and bachelor's degree in business administration from NDSU.
After serving as an assistant coach at Fargo Shanley High School for two years, she directed the 1988 Fargo North High School squad to a 31-2 record and the North Dakota Class A state championship.
Cost for Perham athletes will be $50 and Non-Perham athletes will be $75. For more information, contact Perham head coach Dan Christianson at 218-346-1720 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Perham Summer Jam Basketball Camp
The Perham Summer Jam Basketball Camp will take place July 16-19 at Prairie Wind Gymnasium.
The camp, run by Perham basketball coaches Dave Cresap and Brian Schwantz, will be open to boys and girls in grades 1-8 (based on the current school year).
Campers will learn the game of basketball through fundamental instruction, contests and daily games.
Cost of the camp will be $25, which includes a t-shirt and awards. Kids can sign-up on the first day of camp.
Pre-registrations can be sent to: Dave Cresap, 480 Coney Street, Perham, MN 56573. Check can be made to Dave Cresap or Brian Schwantz. For more information, contact coach Cresap at 346-1728.
Sign up for 'Average Jo' Triathlon
Now is the time to register for the 4th Annual Average Jo Triathlon. This year's fundraising race for Kinship of the Perham Area will be held Saturday, June 30.
The race consists of a 1/3 mile swim in Little Pine Lake, followed by a 12-mile bike ride around Little Pine, topped off by a 3.8 mile run around the Cal Miller Bike Trail.
The race begins, transisitions and ends at Paul Miller Park, north of Perham. The Average Jo's hit the water at 9 a.m.
Individual entry fee is $35. Relay teams pay $90. Awards will be given to 1-2-3 places in six age categories plus several other awards.
Call Kinship at 346-7102 or e-mail email@example.com for more information.