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Catches of the day win prizes at Trinity tourney

These fishers had a big haul for the Pasco-Hernando Community College Foundation.

Skanska presented the Second Annual Catch and Release Fishing Tournament on April 11, along with the Captain's Party & Silent Auction on April 10 at Heritage Springs Golf & Country Club in Trinity. In all, the two benefits raised $55,000.

At the fishing event, prizes were awarded for first, second and third place for combined total inches and also for largest in length in each of three species categories.

Winners in the combined total inches category were Rick Watson of Fire Stop Systems in first place with 79.5 inches; Mark Stover, Cemex, in second with 76 inches; and Cindy Gilleland, Four Seasons Drywall, in third with 71 inches.

Rick Daniel, AAA Electrical Contractors, won the Largest Redfish award, John Brandt, JanusIntech Institutional Asset Management, won the Largest Snook award, and Matt Evans, Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, won the Largest Trout award. A women's award went to Rachel Detkowski, RKA Commercial Flooring, for Most Fish Caught.

Paintball: Team Mythral and Elite Paintball of Spring Hill are hosting the Gears of War: Last Stand on June 8, with a "defend humanity against extinction" theme. The fields are at 4644 Keysville Ave., and the event is limited to the first 100 applicants.

Registration begins at 8 a.m. and is $25, plus the cost of paintballs. Battle briefing starts at 9 and the game is from to 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Proceeds will go to the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program, coordinated in Hernando County by the Marine Corps League, Spring Hill Detachment 708. For information, e-mail mythral@yahoo.com.

Roller hockey: Sports-zone2 in New Port Richey started its second season of women's roller hockey May 4.

Registration is $135 per player, which includes a 10-game season, playoffs and a jersey. For information, contact Marsha Brown at (727) 514-3237 or marshabrown@tampabay.rr.com or visit www.sportszone2.com.

Pro wrestling: Every Tuesday at 8:30 p.m., Club Bourbon Street at 4331 U.S. 19 in New Port Richey hosts Florida Championship Wrestling. Cover is $7.

Florida Championship Wrestling is the only official World Wrestling Entertainment developmental league in the United States and it has been in existence for more than four decades.

For information, visit www.fcwwrestling.com.

Indoor soccer: Veterans Memorial Park at 14333 Hicks Road holds an indoor soccer league sponsored by the Pasco County Parks and Recreation Department from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays.

The league is free, open to players 16 or older and no registration is required. For information, call (727) 861-3033.

Triathlon: Athletes Who Care is hosting the Babes & Bums Sprint and Tri-Fever Family Mini on Aug. 9, starting at 7 a.m. at the Collier Parkway Recreation Center.

The sprint triathlon will be a 5K, 10.5 miles biking and 0.9 miles swimming, while Tri-Fever will be a mile run, 4 miles biking and a 100-yard swim. The sprint is open to ages 18 and older, while the Tri-Fever allows ages 7 or older.

The cost for the sprint is $55 for individuals or $85 for a relay team, and the Tri-Fever is $35 per person. For information, visit www.athletes

whocare.com.

Triathlon training: The Wrecking Crew, an informal group that meets to help fellow members train for triathlons and as a way to socialize, is looking for new members.

The group meets at different times throughout the month and different locations throughout the Tampa Bay area. For information, visit www.tbwc.wordpress.com.

Submit information and upcoming events to communitysports@tampabay.com.

Catches of the day win prizes at Trinity tourney 05/12/08 [Last modified: Monday, May 12, 2008 10:34pm]
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