Town Hall Sports Coordinator Justin Nunn gave this report on Youth Soccer. Below are the scores, standings and players of the game for Town Hall Youth Soccer. For the 4 to 6 year olds we are only doing player of the game.
Monday, Oct. 10: Ninja Turtles vs. Team Awesome Sauce; The Jedis vs. Slippery Sharks.
Players of the game: Ninja Turtles, Jacqueline Lopez; Slippery Sharks, Ethan Castro; The Jedis, River Fernandes; Team Awesome Sauce, Piper Pritchett.
Thursday, Oct. 13: Ninja Turtles vs. The Jedis; Slippery Sharks vs. Team Awesome Sauce.
Players of the game: Ninja Turtles, Jonathan Arnson; Slippery Sharks, Dominic Rivera Sandlin; The Jedis, Jack Taylor; Team Awesome Sauce, Hailey Oliver.
On Tuesday, Oct. 11, the Wildcats went go up against the Hurricanes. With a hard-fought game between both teams, the Wildcats came away with the 2-0 victory. Player of the game for the Wildcats was Calista Nowell for her amazing play at goalie and for the Hurricanes it was Mathen Brown for his hustle the whole game.
Also that evening, the Dragons faced off against Star Blues in a game that went down to the wire. With a goal in the final moments, Star Blues came away with the victory 1-0.
Player of the game for the Dragons was Jayden Fogle for his great defense and for Star Blues it was Steven Riva for his excellent defense, as well.
On Friday evening, Star Blues played the Wildcats and came away with a victory 1-0. Player of the game for Star Blues was Brody Mason for his excellent passing, and for the Wildcats it was Lorelei Nowell for her defense.
Also that evening, the Dragons played against the Hurricanes and with a hard-fought game between both teams, the Hurricanes came away with a 3-2 victory over the Dragons. Player of the game for the Dragons was Devin Yawman for his excellent defense and for the Hurricanes it was Silas Tiso for his all-around play.
On Friday evening, we had a double header and after a tough loss from both teams in the first game, the Wildcats came away with the 3-0 shutout victory. Player of the game for the Dragons was Seth Freeland for his all-around play and for the Wildcats was Tyler Sonnier for his excellent passing.
After a win from both teams in their first game Star Blues came away with the 3-0 shutout victory against the Hurricanes. Player of the game for Star Blues was Kevin Perez for his passing and for the Hurricanes it was Tagan Brown for her hustle all game long.
Standings Wins Ties Losses
Star Blues 4 0 1
Wildcats 3 1 1
Hurricanes 2 0 3
Dragons 0 1 4
On Monday night, Oct. 10, Blue Thunder faced off against the Dare Devils and came away with a 2-0 victory. Player of the game for Blue Thunder was Joseph Tiso with his great passing and for the Dare Devils it was Ricardo Jovel for his defense .
On Tuesday, October 11, ReaL Idyllwild played against Blue Thunder and came away with a 3-0 victory. Player of the game for ReaL Idyllwild was Rene Montoya for his passing and for Blue Thunder it was Colby Sonnier for his all-around play.
Last Thursday, ReaL Idyllwild looked to remain undefeated but the Dare Devils shocked them and beat them 4-0. Player of the game for ReaL Idyllwild was Bailey Easley for her great defense and for the Dare Devils it was Alex Muir for his passing.
Standings Wins Losses
ReaL Idyllwild 3 1
Dare Devils 3 3
Blue Thunder 1 3
Jim Crandall, Palms to Pines Golf Association handicap chair, provided this report about the Friday, Oct. 14, monthly golf tournament and the final round of the 2016 club championship playoffs. The tournament and playoffs were held at the Oak Valley Golf Club in Beaumont.
Pete Holzman is the new Palms to Pines Golf Association Club champion. Holzman (course handicap 16) beat Bill Ragland (16) for the 2015-16 season championship and will go on to represent the club in the Southern California Tournament of Club Champions in December.
In the regular tourney, Barry Wallace (course handicap 15) shot a net 66 for first place; Dave Robb (14) took second with a net 67; Holzman (16) took third with a net 69; and there was a tie for fourth between Scott Schroeder (23) and Barry Zander (41) with net 71s.
Closest-to-the-pin winners were Wallace on holes no. 3 and no. 11. Holzman was the closest on no. 6. The winner on 14 is to be decided.
For the 2016-17 season, which started in August and runs through July, here are the current point standings:
Place Golfer Points
1 Barry Wallace 11.5
2 Dave Robb 7.5
3 Dave Hiemenz 7
4 Jim Crandall 6.5
tied Pete Holzman 6.5
6 Chris Kramer 5
7 Pete Capparelli 3.5
tied Bill Ragland 3.5
9 John LoGiudice 3
tied Barry Zander 3
11 Scott Schroeder 2.5
12 Bob Baker 1.5
tied Dennis Chavez 1.5
Jerry Daquila 1.5
Lee Lanfried 1.5
16 Chuck Alkire 1
tied Don DePalma 1
Ken Garelick 1
19 John Brower 0.5
tied Dave Curl 0.5
Tom Flanagan 0.5
Tony Viola 0.5
Les Widerynski 0.5
Points are awarded at each tournament as follows: first place, 6 points; second place, 4 points; third place, 3 points; fourth place, 2 points; fifth place, 1 point. Also, one-half point is awarded to everyone who participates.
A member has to compete in at least five regular-season tournaments to qualify for the playoffs.
The club is a member of the Southern California Golf Association and is sanctioned to establish SCGA handicaps for members.
If interested in joining the club or playing as a guest, contact Crandall at firstname.lastname@example.org or 951-265-5732, or Capparelli at email@example.com or 951-452-5552.