Summer Sports Notebook : Summer Ball Drives Pair to Extremes
Like the landscape that whips by on their frantic Sunday drive from Chatsworth to Agoura Hills, the summer has been a blur for Steve Dailey and David Eggert. A blur of ballgames.
The two recent Ventura High graduates have been on the preferred list of nearly every all-star baseball game and summer league in Southern California. And they haven’t turned down an invitation.
“I can’t get enough,” Eggert, a pitcher and outfielder, said. “I’m having a great time.”
Eggert and Dailey, who are good friends, practiced from 9 a.m. to noon last Sunday at Chatsworth High with an all-star team consisting of players in the 805 and 818 area codes. From there they raced to Agoura High, where they joined the Ventura American Legion team for a 12:30 p.m. doubleheader.
In addition to Legion ball, both players were in three all-star baseball games this summer and Eggert also squeezed in the Ventura County all-star football game.
Run for it: County distance runners can step off two 10-kilometer runs in July.
The first is Saturday and is part of the Santa Paula Citrus Festival. The race begins at Glen City School, includes a stretch down the city’s historic Main Street USA, and ends at Ebell Park.
The second will be held July 30 by the Moorpark College Associated Students Board, beginning at 7:30 a.m. A 5K run will begin at 8:30 a.m.
Golf sign-ups: The Ventura County golf championships, an annual event held at three courses over three days, is accepting entries.
The event is scheduled for Sept. 3-5 with rounds at Olivas Park Golf Course in Ventura, River Ridge Golf Club in Oxnard and Buenaventura Golf Course in Ventura.
All golfers with an established handicap are eligible to enter. Entry fee is $65. No entries will be accepted after Aug. 24.