Sports Notes 10-9-21 | TheLancasterNews.com
Universal Martial Arts Championship October 9: The 46th Annual Universal Martial Arts Championship takes place October 9 at the Springdale Recreation Complex, 260 S. Plantation Road, Lancaster, featuring competitors from beginner to master black belt, including men, women and children from 3 years old. adults. The championship offers 250 divisions of competition in combat, forms, weapons, self-defense, grappling and break. Division champions will receive a 7-foot trophy. The competition is sponsored by Universal Karate Studios and the National Universal Karate Association. Tickets, $ 10 each, are available at Universal Karate Studios, 112 E. Gay St., Lancaster. Sign up for discounts for a chance to win a 60 inch flat screen TV. For details, call 803-286-5155 or email [email protected]
Rub of the Green Golf Tournament October 14: The annual Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce Rub of the Green Golf Tournament takes place on October 14 at the Carolina Lakes Golf Club, 23012 Kingfisher Drive, Indian Land. Check-in and lunch start at 10:30 am, with a shotgun departure at noon. Approximately 120 golfers are expected at the 18-hole Captain’s Choice tournament, which features special holes, great prizes and bags of loot for each golfer. The first place team wins $ 400, the second $ 200 and the third $ 100. All participants are invited to the After 5 room awards ceremony! 5 pm-7pm event at the golf club practice. The tournament and After5! are sponsored by Founders Federal Credit Union. Registration is $ 75 per golfer for chamber members, $ 125 for non-members. Fees include green fees, cart rental, gift bag, lunch, drinks and dinner. Golfers can also purchase golf shotguns, mulligans and raffle tickets. The chamber also offers sponsorships ranging from $ 125 to $ 625. The deadline for registration and sponsorship is September 30. Email [email protected] or call 803-283-4105. The rainy date is October 28.
Recreational Youth Hoop Registration: The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission has established its annual basketball registration for young boys and girls ages 5 to 12. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the number of participants is limited. The fees are $ 70 per child. College students can register for LCPR and if they are part of the school team, registration fees will be refunded. A student peewee division is planned for boys and girls aged 5-6, who will also play games. Register online at www.mylancastersc.org/parks or at these centers:
Springdale Recreation Center, 260 S. Plantation Road, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays through October 24
Walnut Creek Park, 10521 Walnut Creek Parkway, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays until October 24
Andrew Jackson Recreation Center, 6354 N. Matson St., Kershaw, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. October 19 and 21
Buford Recreation Center, 4073 Hurley Walters Road, 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. October 19 and 21
School District Track and Field Ticket Sale: Most schools in the Lancaster County School District will be using GoFan.com to sell tickets this school year. All gold passes will be honored. Currently, there is no attendance or concession limit at school sporting events, but social distancing and masks are strongly encouraged.
IL Chamber Golf Tournament November 1: The first Greater India Indian Lands Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament is held on November 1 at Firethorne Country Club, 1108 Firethorne Club Drive, Marvin, North Carolina. Registration is $ 600 per four-man golf team. The chamber is looking for sponsors. For more details, contact the chamber at info @ indianland chamber.org or 803-820-9925.