Jul

13

Posted by : Monitor Admin | On : July 13, 2014

Special to The Monitor
CEDAR CREEK LAKE–The 2014 Fall Tri-County Soccer Association online registration is underway until July 26.
Returning players may use their existing Gotsoccer login and new players will need to set up a player account and password.
For those who do not have access to online registration, an in-person sign-up is set for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, July 26, at McDonald’s in Gun Barrel City.
Players must be 4 years old prior to Aug. 1.
Fees are $70 for standard association uniform and co-insurance.
Fees for players currently on a specifically listed team are $50 and each is responsible for their own uniform purchase.
Credit cards are accepted.
A $15 late fee applies to those signing up after the July 26 posted time. Late signups are not guaranteed their same team.
New players and returnees who are still outstanding before the first game must show a copy of birth certificate.
Practices are two nights a week, determined by each coach and team, and begin in mid-August.
Games begin Saturday, Sept. 13 for about eight weeks.
Coaches are needed and must submit and pass an online background check prior to being placed on a team roster.
For more information, call Candi Conner at (903) 887-3138 or Tammy McCoy at (903) 880-8936.

Jul

10

Posted by : Monitor Admin | On : July 10, 2014

Monitor Photo/Pearl Cantrell

Monitor Photo/Pearl Cantrell


Gene Meyer sounds the horn for the inaugural Family Fitness 5K race Saturday while Gun Barrel City Mayor Jim Braswell (center left in straw hat) looks on as the 39 contestants charge from the start under fair weather conditions.
More photos from this event can be found in the July 10, 2014 issue of The Monitor.

Jul

06

Posted by : Monitor Admin | On : July 6, 2014

Monitor Photos/Summer Simpson Coach Tracy Carter high-fives Payton Sapp on a job well done.

Monitor Photos/Summer Simpson
Coach Tracy Carter high-fives Payton Sapp on a job well done.


Monitor Staff Reports
MABANK–Mabank High School hosted a boys basketball camp for 1st – 9th graders June 24-26.
Mabank Panthers boys basketball coach Tracy Carter coached the camp with the help of Mabank senior and volunteer Austin Miller and assistant coach Asa Douglas.
Carter, Douglas and Miller taught campers basic basketball fundamental skills like dribbling, passing and shooting while practicing drills.