Because of the overwhelming response to the British Soccer camp sponsored by the Brainerd Family YMCA and Brainerd Parks and Recreation Department, registration will remain open until the start of camp Monday.
Available sessions are:
Half-day camps Recreational players, ages 6-9 and 10-13, from 9 a.m. to noon.
Competitive players and teams -- Ages 10-13 and 14-18, from 1 to 4 p.m.
Full-day camp -- Competitive players and teams, ages 13-18, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Challenger British Soccer Camps is sending six coaches to the area. Camps will run Monday through Friday at Memorial Park in Brainerd.
The staff will conduct a free clinic for parents and coaches 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Memorial Park. The clinic will cover organization of practices, technical and tactical drills, systems of play, etc.
For more information contact David at the YMCA (829-4767).
Karate rank exam conducted
Several Brainerd competitors participated in an official rank examination for karate practitioners July 26 at Central Minnesota Karate headquarters in St. Cloud.
Results are as follows:
Yellow belt (8th Kyu) -- Sarah Forrest.
Orange belt (7th Kyu) -- Kevin Tschida, Suzanne Welch, Ciara Pritschet, Katrina Paschelke, Jordan Rudbeck, Nick Welch, Aryel Ruckadaschel, Megan Tschida.
Purple belt (5th Kyu) -- Caleb Buttenhoff.
Purple belt (4th Kyu) second level -- Steve Olson.
Black belt (1st degree) -- Terry Stumvoll.
Beste wins Minnesota State Junior title
STILLWATER -- Jackie Beste of Sauk Centre carded an even-par round of 71 to win the Minnesota State Junior Girls' Championship at Sawmill Golf Club Wednesday.
Beste's 36-hole total was 143, five shots fewer than runner-up Amanda Paa of New Ulm Country Club.
Jackie Heslop of Pequot Lakes and the Pines at Grand View Lodge finished with a 158. Mary Hasselberg of the Vintage at Staples shot 166 and her sister, Cydney, finished at 248.
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