Fort Mill Times

Score Board - May 20, 2009

David Willis
David Willis

Willis posts personal best

Former Fort Mill High runner David Willis recently completed his sophomore year at Eastern Kentucky University, helping the Colonels to a second place finish at the Ohio Valley Conference meet.

Willis ran a personal best 1:55.43 in the meet's preliminaries to qualify for the finals. In the finals, he ran another personal best of 1:54.42 to finish sixth in the conference.

Golf tournament at Sun City

The third annual Indian Land Rotary Club golf tournament, sponsored by BB&T Bank and Springs Memorial Hospital, will be held Thursday, May 21, at the Carolina Lakes Golf Club at Sun City.Registration is 8:30-9:30 a.m., with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. The tournament has a captain's choice format with four players per team. Food and drinks will be provided throughout the day, with a meal after the tournament.The event includes a silent auction, including sports memorabilia, autographs, paintings, artwork and more. Individual registration is $125, a four-man team is $500. A $40Mulligan package full of prizes and contests is included in the fee.Proceeds benefit a host of Indian Land community projects, including the Del Webb Library, literacy projects, scholarships, exchange students and more.For more information, call Garrett Strader at 704-621-6994 or Adam Cooper at 704- 807-3562.

Soccer club holds tryouts

The Indian Land Soccer Club is preparing for its fall and spring travel teams. Tryouts will be 6-7:30 p.m. May 26-28 at the soccer fields behind the Indian Land Rec. Center on Hwy. 521.

This will be a 90-minute session to evaluate player skills. Plan to attend at least one of the sessions. Tryouts will be held for ages 8-16. More information about the travel teams will be given at the tryouts.

For more information, visit www.indianland

Tega Cay hosts tennis event

May is National Tennis Month. In Tega Cay, a Tennis Block Party is being hosted by the Mid-Carolina Tennis Association at the Tega Cay Tennis Club from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 30. The event is a tennis festival of games, lessons and contests for players of all abilities and is free and open to the public. Youngsters under 10 years of age can experience the USTA's new Quick Start Play Format.

For more information, visit or tennisblockparty.

--compiled by staff

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