Archive for Thursday, July 29, 2004

Signal sports line

July 29, 2004

Baldwin Open is

just around corner

From Signal Staff Reports

For the 54th straight year, it's time for the Baldwin Open golf tournament.

This year's tourney will be Sunday at the Baldwin Municipal Golf Course. Tee times are from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. The 18-hole tourney costs $40, which covers a barbecue lunch and cash prizes for five flights of players.

"We can help form a foursome if players don't mind the wait," said Marvin Jardon, tourney organizer. "With a good weather forecast it should be a great day to play and have some fun, so make your plans to be with us for the Baldwin Open."

There will also be prizes for closest to the pin on holes No. 2 and No. 5 and for the longest drive on No. 7.

Youth football signups

set for Saturday

Special to the Signal

The Baldwin Youth Football club will have its annual registration session on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Baldwin Athletic Club. The Baldwin Youth Football program is for youths who will be enrolled in the second through sixth grade this academic year.

An alternative sign up date for those individuals not able to register on the above date will be August 7 at the Baldwin Athletic Club from 8 a.m. to noon. For those with questions or who can't attend either registration date, please contact John Hanson

at 594-2735. Additional information will be available at registration.

Ruona to conduct

lineman football camp

From Signal Staff Reports

Baldwin High School senior Kyle Ruona will be conducting a football camp for linemen in the second through fifth grades on Aug. 7.

Ruona is putting the camp on as his senior class project. His mentor will be BHS football coach Mike Berg, who will also be at the camp. Ruona has been a lineman for the Bulldogs all four years and has attended camps.

"It's going to be a camp just for linemen," said Ruona. "I'm doing it to benefit the community."

For more information or to register, contact Ruona at (785) 331-5426.

Signal, Knoll seeking

baseball, softball reports

From Signal Staff Reports

As with every summer, the Baldwin City Signal will be publishing information received about summer sports.

This year, there will be a "coordinator" of that information, Baldwin High School senior-to-be Ben Knoll. As Knoll's senior class project, he will be doing his mentoring program through Signal editor/publisher Jeff Myrick.

Knoll will be doing various stories throughout the summer. It is hoped that arrangements with the Baldwin City Recreation Commission will be able to provide most of the details. But, coaches are encouraged to contact Knoll as well.

Knoll can be reached on his cell phone at 785-331-9418 and his home phone is 594-3609.

As in the past, coaches can send information to the Signal by FAX at 785-594-7084 or by e-mail to

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