Sports

Worth Noting: Oct. 13 - Nov. 10

To submit a notice, e-mail the information to sports@sunherald.com, fax it to (228) 896-2104 or mail it to P.O. Box 4567, Biloxi, MS 39535.

BASEBALL

Barry Lyons Fall Wooden Bat League: Sept. 15-Oct. 22; for grades 9-12; league includes 12 games for 48 players on four teams with one championship game Oct. 29 at MGM Park; games are played Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. at the Biloxi Sports Complex; fee is $250; registration and tryout is Sept. 1 at 5:30 p.m.; workout and team assignments are Sept. 8 at 5:30 p.m. for more information email barrylyons@cableone.net or call 324-2527.

Biloxi Little League membership meeting: 6 p.m., Oct. 19 at the Donal Snyder Center. For more information, call 388-2483.

U-11 baseball players wanted: Bay St. Louis/Pass Christian under-11 baseball team looking for players; cannot be 12 before May 1; for information and tryouts, call 671-1021 or 671-1030.

U-10 Gulf Coast Bulldogs looking for players: Travel baseball team looking for players who have not turned 11 by May 1, 2016; for tryout times and information contact 239-6789 or 243-3338.

2015 Fall Baseball Academy: For ages 10-20; at Ocean Springs High School indoor baseball facility on Mondays and Wednesdays September through November; hitting 4:30-5:30 p.m.; pitching 5:45-6:45 p.m.; weekly and monthly packages available; for more information, contact Sean Miller at 249-6875 or semiller@ossdms.org.

BASKETBALL

Officials needed: Gulf Coast Basketball Officials Association is looking for individuals interested in officiating junior high and high school games; those interested should contact James Torrey at 990-9704.

BOWLING

Bowlers needed: Leagues are starting at Cypress Lanes in D'Iberville; bowlers needed for Monday and Wednesday nights; for more information contact David Lawrence at 392-8800.

SOFTBALL

Friends of Barbi Co-Ed Softball Tournament: Oct. 17 in Ocean Springs, $150 entry fee, Double elimination tournament, all proceeds go to benefit Barbi, call 228-219-3090.

GOLF

Soria City Masonic Lodge Golf Tournament: Oct. 17 at Great Southern Golf Club in Gulfport; benefits local charities; registration is at 8 a.m. with a 9 a.m. tee time; two-man scramble; $60 per player entry fee; for more information contact Robert Gillum at 518-0006.

Swing for the Cause Golf Classic: Benefitting the Hancock Community Development Foundation, presented by the Hancock Chamber of Commerce; Oct. 20; 11 a.m. lunch and registration; noon shotgun start; scramble, best ball; at The Bridges Golf Course; for more information, visit hancockchamber.org, call 467-9048 or email sally@hancockchamber.org.

Keesler Open Golf Tournament: Oct. 23-25 at Bay Breese Golf Course on Keesler Air Force Base; practice round at 11 a.m., Oct. 23; Keesler Open Championship is Oct. 24-25; tee times begin at 8 a.m.; 36 holes individual stroke play; players will be flighted according to handicap seniors (65-69) and masters (70+) divisions available; $100 entryincludes golf, food, drinks on course each day, swag bag, flight winner prizes, door prizes, closest to pin prizes, steak dinner following play Sunday, 2016 GMC Truck for a hole in one and more; for infor call Bay Breeze Pro Shop at 377-3832; must be 18 and older with verifiable handicap.

Ninth annual Marc Moses "Mo-Morial" Scholarship Tournament: Oct. 24 at Great Southern Golf Club; four-man scramble with 1 p.m. shotgun start; $95 per player; for more information, email amosesjr@aol.com or call 863-8845.

GOAL Golf Tournament: Oct. 24 at 2 p.m. at the Diamondhead Country Club, Pine Course; registration at 1 p.m.; four-person scramble; $75 per person; limited to only 80 golfers; door prizes, tee gifts, closest to the hole and longest drive among festivities; for more information, contact Bob Goodman at 263-0208 or Linda Gleber at 209-6455.

Friends of Barbi Golf Tournament: 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. shotgun start, Oct. 24 at Hickory Hill Country Club; $75 per player or $300 per team for four-man scramble; all proceeds go to benefit Barbi and her daughter Kya to offset medical and living expenses; prizes include top three finishers, longest drive for men and women, closest to pin on select par 3s and other random door prizes; to register and pay using credit card call Hickory Hill at 487-2372; to register by mail using check, send payment and team info to "Friends of Barbi, 8713 Martin Bluff Road, Gautier, Miss. 39553"; all entries need to be received no later than Oct. 20; for more information, contact Danny at jalanivich@yahoo.com for entry sheet or call 219-0325.

Carnival Association of Long Beach Golf Tournament: 9 a.m. shotgun start on Nov. 7 at the Diamondhead Country Club; $200 per two-man team; 7:30 a.m. check-in; food and beverages provided; for more information, contact Ginger Worth at 865-3115 or Jennifer Glenn 860-4000; mail checks and registration to "Ginger Worth, team Nicaud-Johnson, P.P. Box 120, Long Beach, Miss. 39560."

The Gulf Coast Messiah Chorus and the Gulf Hills Men's Association Red, White and Blue Golf Tournament: Shotgun start 8 a.m. Nov. 14, at the Gulf Hills Golf Course. Scramble with four-person teams. Cash prizes for winners, lots of door prizes. $60 per player. Sponsorships are encouraged, with $110 per hole and $240 per team. Barbecue lunch and soft drinks included. Contact George Canaga at 875-9614 or Gulf Hills Club House at 872-9663.

RUNNING

Fifth Annual Thumbs Up for Bill 5k and 1 mile Run/Walk, 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov 21, Registration opens at 8 a.m., RunNTri Store in Gulfport, $15 early registration, $20 for all on race day, contact www.gulfcoastrunning club.org or 228-380-7037.

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