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Regis Lima Martial Arts students win 31 medals

Regis Lima Martial Arts of Spring Hill and Port Richey competed in the AAU Florida State Tae Kwon Do Championship Nationals Qualifier in Winter Haven on April 24.

The 16 students were among almost 500 competitors from all over the state and brought home 31 medals. All of the athletes qualified for the AAU Nationals Tae Kwon Do Championships in Fort Lauderdale, which will be held from June 30 to July 3.

"We have been competing with AAU since 2004, and now we have a brand new team with very young athletes that have already shown they have a bright future ahead of them," master Regis Lima said. "I'm very proud of them and happy with the support of their families to our school."

HIGH POINT LADIES GOLF: The High Point Ladies Golf League played a nine-hole scramble May 10. The team included Nancy Reeves, Anna Willemson, Joyce Sampson and Dottie Jamieson.

Two big birdies by Reeves and Sampson helped propel the team to victory. Reeves birdied the par 3 first hole (116 yards), while Sampson's was on the par 4 fifth hole (240 yards).

The league had nine-hole and 18-hole rounds on May 3. The nine-hole winners were Sampson, Helen Reynolds and Cecile Abbott. The 18-hole match was poker golf; champions were Rosemary Kalfayan (four of a kind) and Mary Ann Doran (four of a kind).

MEMORIAL DAY GOLF OUTING: The Toscana Crossing Golf Course at the Heather, north of Weeki Wachee, will have its annual Memorial Day Golf Outing and Picnic at 10 a.m. May 31.

The event begins with a shotgun start, and a barbecue picnic will follow golf. Tickets are $7. A $3 entry fee will cover all prizes, and mulligans will be available for purchase.

For information, call (352) 596-5344 or send e-mail to toscanacrossing@tampabay.rr.com.

KIWANIS GOLF TOURNAMENT: The 40th annual Kiwanis Club Golf Tournament will be June 9 at Brooksville Country Club at Majestic Oaks.

The tournament is a four-person team scramble. The entry fee is $75 per golfer. The fee includes golf, cart, dinner and prizes. Dress code is a collared golf shirt and shorts.

The shotgun start for the tournament will be at 1 p.m. Prizes will be awarded for the longest drive and shot closest to the pin. There will also be door prizes.

For information, call Barbara Dupre at (352) 442-3412 or visit kiwanisclubofbrooksville.org.

YMCA SWIM TEAM: The Hernando County YMCA swim team is part of the PYP Piranhas Swim Club, a USA Swimming Club. It is a year-round competitive program designed to improve swimmers' skills.

There are two teams. The youth team, ages 7 to 13, will practice from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The high school swim team, ages 14 to 17, will practice from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

The monthly fee for either team is $60 for facility members and $80 for program members. The fee includes 11/2 hours of practice time and one meet a month.

All participants must be able to swim 100 yards of freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke.

Anyone interested in participating should contact Lisa Cunningham at the Y at (352) 688-9622 or go to suncoastymca.org.

WEST HERNANDO COUGARS: The Cougars will have signups for youth football and cheerleading from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 6 and 20 at Delta Woods Park, 3400 Deltona Blvd.

Youths from 5 to 16 may sign up. The season includes 10 football games, with playoffs and a super bowl. All cheerleaders compete in several competitions.

The cost for cheerleading is $225. Provided all volunteer hours are met, participants get to keep their uniform, shoes, practice uniform and competition turtleneck. The cost for football is also $225 and participants keep the helmet, game jersey and game pants.

For information, call Bob McFarland at (352) 585-6524 or (352) 592-2190.

To notify us of community sports achievements or coming events, contact Derek J. LaRiviere at derekjlariviere@gmail.com or (352) 584-6337.

Regis Lima Martial Arts students win 31 medals 05/18/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 18, 2010 6:55pm]
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