Martial Arts Tournament
DAVIDSVILLE — TEAM MMA, located in Richland and Windber will be hosting a traditional martial arts tournament on Saturday at Conemaugh Township Area High School.
Doors open at 8:30 a.m. and the competition will start at 11. In attendance will be Grandmaster Chong Su Kim, founder of Pan Am Tang Soo Do Federation. He will be promoting Master Christopher S. Miller to 5th Degree Black Belt and Mr. Adam Marsh to Master 4th Degree Black Belt.
Master Miller and Mr. Marsh are Chief Instructor and Assistant Instructor at TEAM MMA. Master Gary Holman, editor of Kick Zone Magazine, will also be presenting an award for Community Service to TEAM MMA and Master Miller on behalf of the magazine.
Master Miller believes this is the first traditional event held in the area since the Keystone Games were held many years ago. Spectators may watch the event with an entry fee for adults and children ages 6-11. Kids 5-under will be admitted free.
To find out more visit www.teammma.org.
Shock softball tryouts
WESTMONT — The Ligonier Valley Shock girls fastpitch softball organization will be holding tryouts for the Fall 2011/2012 season on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at the Westmont Hilltop High School softball field.
The tryouts will be for the following age brackets: 14U, 16U and 18U. If there are any questions, please call John Grace at 724-238-6465, John Emert at 814-926-3246 or Frank DeMartino at 814-267-4359.
Terrace Lanes senior bowling
SOMERSET — The trio of Bob Smith, Pat Maust and Joan Kimmel toppled 1,983 pins to secure first place in the senior bowling event held Tuesday at Terrace Lanes.
Ray Wagner, John McClaughlin and Doc Glessner were second with 1,881.
Wayne Bruening, Jim Brant and Ethel Brant took third with 1,839.
High series: Wayne Bruening 620, Nick Kingera 603, Ray Wagner 600, Bob Smith 572, Bob Bittner 510, John Mostoller 510, Pat Maust 509, John McLaughlin 507, Jim Hahn 504
High games: Wayne Bruening 234-218, Ray Wagner 234-207, Nick Kingera 224, Bob Smith 216-202, Bob Bittner 206
Thirty-one bowlers participated. For the remainder of the summer season bowling will be at 6 p.m. Tuesday and Friday only.
Local sports briefs, August 3
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