Sports Briefs, July 13

July 13, 2013

KICKBALL TOURNAMENT

HONORING FALLEN DEPUTY

The first Sgt. Lance McLean Memorial Kickball Tournament will be next Saturday (July 20), benefiting the family of the deputy who was shot and killed recently.

For more info, contact 817-573-7030 [email protected]

FREE TENNIS CLINICS

Free tennis clinics in conjunction with the Hood County News Tennis Festival will be held at Granbury High School all next week (Monday-Friday) from 8-10 a.m. each day.

The clinics, for incoming grades 4-9, will be instructed by graduating GHS seniors, along with GHS assistant coach Denise Scott.

Water will be provided, but camp participants are encouraged to bring their own hat and sunblock. Also, if rackets are needed, some are available for use.

Contact [email protected]

FORMER LIPAN HOOPS STAR

AMONG PRCA LEADERS

Randall Carlisle, who set a national record for made 3-point baskets during his high school with Lipan, is ranked 13th in tie-down roping by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.

Carlisle, who now lives in Castor, La., has $30,979 in winnings.

Carlisle made 516 3-point baskets during his high school career that began at Clarksville and ended with him leading Lipan to the 2005 Class A Division II state championship.

BENSON COMPETES IN

U.S. AMATEUR QUALIFYING

Former Granbury High golfer Travis Benson recently competed in the United States Amateur Qualifying in Keller. He tied for 25th after shooting a 151 for two rounds (73-78), coming up short of qualifying.

Benson, who led Granbury to the 4A State Tournament in May and finished third in the state individually the year before, will play for New Mexico State University next season.

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