Catfish club tourney Oct. 18
LAKE WYLIE The Catawba Catfish Club will have its second tournament of 2014-2015 season Oct. 18 launching from Buster Boyd Access Area.
Registration is 5-6:45 a.m. The tournament runs 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Weigh-in begins at 3:30 p.m. Limit is three live catfish.
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Entry fee costs $30, of which $20 goes to total pot, $5 to points and big fish fund and $5 to Catawba Catfish Club operations.
There is an optional big fish pot for $10 per boat.
Tournaments are open to the public.
The Catawba Catfish Club Tournament Trail is an affiliate Club of the Cabela’s King Kat Tournament Trail. The top three finishers from each tournament are qualified to fish the Cabela’s King Kat Eastern Classic Oct. 2-3, 2015, on Lake Wateree. Each team will still have to enter/fish at least one Cabela’s King Kat qualifying event in the 2015 season to fish next year’s classic.
Cabela’s King Kat will hold a qualifying tournament Feb. 20-21 at Santee. The guaranteed payback purse is $10,000. For more information, visit kingkatusa.com/index.cfm or catawbacatfishclub.com/.
CHS runners improve
CLOVER Clover cross-country took on Fort Mill, Lake Pointe, Nation Ford and Buford on Oct. 1 at New Centre Park.
Many Clover cross-country runners were able to run their fastest times this season.
Jessica DeFalco came in first overall beating 72 runners with her best time of the season of 20.46.
Cassie Caldwell, Jewel McBee, Jude Currence and Emily Horton all ran their season bests.
Several boys’ cross-country team members surpassed previous records including Will White (fifth place), Cameron Marvin (eighth place), Leland Capps, Colton Ennis, Chamond Brewington, Luke Barz, Brody Green, Jarome Baggett and Taylor Cleveland.
CHS is home Oct. 15 for Senior Night at New Centre Park.
Zombie Crawl 5K Oct. 25
ROCK HILL Zombies will invade the streets of downtown Rock Hill while humans race for survival during the 2014 Old Town Zombie Crawl on Oct. 25 to benefit The Heart2Heart Foundation.
Participants may run the USATF-certified 5K route as a human or a zombie for $25, or walk the route free. Runners who register before Oct. 18 receive a 2014 Old Town Zombie Crawl T-shirt, cinch bag filled with sponsor swag and an event wristband. Official Zombie Crawl T-shirts are available in adult and youth sizes for $10 for registered walkers or fun run participants.
Adult runners will compete for cash prizes while youth runners will vie for gift cards from local merchants.
The Old Town Zombie Crawl is intended to raise awareness about heart disease and provide support for The Heart2Heart Foundation. Proceeds will be used to provide free heart-health educational materials and programs in the community and to fund risk-assessment scholarships for women in the tri-county area.
Registered runners will receive a free pass to meet Addy Miller, the little girl zombie on the first episode of AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” Miller will serve as the 2014 Official Grand Marshal.
For more about activities and to register, visit www.OldTownZombieCrawl.com.
LAKE WYLIE Lake Wylie Athletic Association is accepting registration through Oct. 31 for ages 3-15 for basketball season.
Registration is for U4 SmartStart, U6 Coed, U8 Boys, U10 Boys, U12 Boys, U15 Boys, U9 Girls and U12 Girls. Cost is $65.
Wylie residents swing in tourneys
WEST END, N.C. Final results from the Carolinas Golf Association’s Senior Four-Ball tournaments Oct. 6-7 at Berkeley Hall Club, south and north, in Bluffton, included two Lake Wylie residents.
Mike Shively and Lowell Lueking, both of Lake Wylie, finished 44-44 - 88 on Oct. 6 in Flight B (6,182 yards). They finished 40-41 - 81 Oct. 7 in Flight B (6,308 yards).
Tournament format is 18 holes of four-ball stroke play, both gross and net. Entry is open to male amateur golfers who reach age 555 by the tournament date, and is a member of a club associated with Carolinas Golf Association, and has a current USGA Handicap Index at a CGA member club.
For more information, visit carolinasgolf.org.