The Buffs (no. 4 in Region 6A) improve their record to 7-7 with the victory.,They will host the Todd County Falcons (10-7, no. 5 in Region 7A) at Parkview Gymnasium in Fort Pierre on Monday night.,The Falcons are coming off a 79-77 victory over the Miller Rustlers (no. 5 in Region 6A) in Miller on Saturday night.,Fans are encouraged to get to the game early, as Monday is the Stanley County Booster Club Soup/Chili Cookoff.,Proceeds go to the Stanley County Booster Club.

Head coach Jahn Tihanksy will lead the Naval Academy Varsity Offshore Sailing Team in defense of its championship at the Port of Los Angeles Harbor Cup, being held March 8 through 10.,Since its inception, over 900 athletes and coaches, racing on 115 intercollegiate sailing teams and representing 23 different universities, have competed in the Harbor Cup.,CRAB President Brad LaTour welcomed Grosvenor and Mitman Clarke to their first board meeting on January 15th and introduced them by saying, “We are exceptionally pleased to have added to the CRAB Board two wonderful people with incredibly extensive boating experience on Chesapeake Bay and a vast knowledge of sailboat racing that can be shared with CRAB’s volunteers and special guests.”,SCC NEWS: Sailing Club of the Chesapeake members gathered recently for the 59th annual Change of Watch dinner dance and saw the commodore’s flag passed from Ed Paglee to John “Woody” Doxey.,Sailing Club of the Chesapeake is entering its 75th year of existence and the annual dinner dance at the Hotel Annapolis recognizes the 2018 achievements in cruising, racing and volunteer activities.

With a natural ability to lead, you would never know that this professional keeper is only 16-years-old and just signed a contract with Orange County Soccer Club.,“I coached in the academy level, I’ve coached youth soccer and now all the way up to the professional ranks and there’s a tremendous amount of talent out here.,Orange County is home to some of the ripest soccer talent in the country.,They are signing kids like Cervantes to contracts and fostering an environment where that talent can develop.,It is the equivalent of the minor leagues of Major League Soccer and is becoming a big ticket with homegrown talent.

For more information, call 689-0516 or go to SOLANO BABE RUTH REGISTRATION — Saturday, also Feb. 2, noon to 3 p.m., at Round Table Pizza, 2401 Waterman Blvd in Fairfield.,For more information, call 816-0537 or go to CAMPERS RV CLUB MONTHLY MEETING — Feb. 4, 7-8 p.m., at the Vacaville Moose Lodge, 6585 Gibson Canyon Road.,SOLANO SOCCER CLUB MEETING — Feb. 7, 7:30 p.m., Paradise Valley Golf Course, 3950 Paradise Valley Drive, Fairfield.,SOLANO CYCLING CLUB MONTHLY MEETING — Feb. 12, 7 p.m. at the Wah Shine, 145 Peabody Road, Vacaville, Vaca Village Shopping Center.,SOLANO CLASSIC CAR CLUB MONTHLY MEETING — Feb. 14, 7 p.m., at Denny’s, 2980 Travis Blvd., Fairfield.

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COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP) — A nonprofit group has proposed building a $7 million indoor turf facility for soccer and other sports in Council Bluffs.,The proposed Iowa West Sports Plex awaits a city Planning Commission vote Tuesday and a City Council vote that would likely happen later this month, The Daily Nonpareil reported .,"The Iowa West Sports Plex will provide a much-needed home for our young athletes to be able to play the sports they love all year round and not have to travel outside of our community to do so," said Pete Tulipana, the group's president and CEO.,The facility would be operated and managed by the Council Bluffs Soccer Club.,"We want our kids to be involved in Council Bluffs clubs, but if we don't have the facilities to practice and play year-round, it limits our options," she said.

For more information, call 816-0537 or go to CAMPERS RV CLUB MONTHLY MEETING — Monday, 7-8 p.m., at the Vacaville Moose Lodge, 6585 Gibson Canyon Road.,SOLANO CYCLING CLUB MONTHLY MEETING — Tuesday, 7 p.m. at the Wah Shine, 145 Peabody Road, Vacaville, Vaca Village Shopping Center.,SOLANO CLASSIC CAR CLUB MONTHLY MEETING — Thursday, 7 p.m., at Denny’s, 2980 Travis Blvd., Fairfield.,This is a 31-mile moderate ride, 1358 feet of more information: UNIQUES CAR CLUB GENERAL MEETING — Jan. 15, 7 p.m. Meetings generally held third Tuesday of each month.,SOLANO SOCCER CLUB MEETING — Feb. 7, 7:30 p.m., Paradise Valley Golf Course, 3950 Paradise Valley Drive, Fairfield.

SOLANO SOCCER CLUB MEETING — Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Paradise Valley Golf Course, 3950 Paradise Valley Drive, Fairfield.,For more information, call 816-0537 or go to CAMPERS RV CLUB MONTHLY MEETING — Monday, 7-8 p.m., at the Vacaville Moose Lodge, 6585 Gibson Canyon Road.,SOLANO CYCLING CLUB MONTHLY MEETING — Tuesday, 7 p.m. at the Wah Shine, 145 Peabody Road, Vacaville, Vaca Village Shopping Center.,SOLANO CLASSIC CAR CLUB MONTHLY MEETING — Jan. 10, 7 p.m., at Denny’s, 2980 Travis Blvd., Fairfield.,This is a 31-mile moderate ride, 1358 feet of more information: UNIQUES CAR CLUB GENERAL MEETING — Jan. 15, 7 p.m. Meetings generally held third Tuesday of each month.

Details: Every Wednesday, 12:30 p.m. Durham Lions Club Scout Center, 1850 Hillandale Road, Durham, bit.ly/2xwzseC, [email protected], 919-451 7203.,Hillsborough Kiwanis Club

Various speakers, supporting local Terrific Kids Programs, Key Clubs, High School Scholarships and other charitable contributions.,Details: Every first and third Wednesday, 5:30 p.m. Bob Evans Restaurant, 5419 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd., Durham.,Details: Every second and fourth Tuesday, 1 p.m. Parizade, Erwin Square, 2200 W. Main St., Durham.,Southwest Durham Rotary Club read more

Bill Spiller, a short, slight and stylish African American golfer, came to the Bay Area in 1948 to compete in the Richmond Open, a PGA tournament.,Spiller faded, but still finished 34th, which automatically qualified him for the following week’s Richmond Open, a PGA event.,On behalf of Spiller, Rhodes and a local black golfer named Madison Gunther, attorney John Rowell sued the PGA for $315,000 for denying the men the opportunity to obtain employment in their chosen profession.,At a tournament in San Diego in 1953, yanked from the field, Spiller challenged a high-ranking PGA official to a fistfight, then held up the tourney by blocking the first tee, either by lying down or standing in front of it.,Spiller told author Al Barkow, who wrote “Gettin’ To The Dance Floor,” an oral history of golf’s integration, that one year at the L.A. Open, he asked the starter on the first tee why all three black players in the field were in the same group.