The Boys & Girls Club of Southwestern Oregon is planning a Sweet Pickleball Tournament on Dec. 2 and 3.
The event will be held at the William J. Sweet Memorial Tennis Center, part of the Boys & Girls Club.
The fee is $25 for one division. People can sign up for additional divisions for $5 each. Participants must register and pay by Tuesday, Nov. 28.
The tournament is played in a doubles format, with mixed, men’s and women’s divisions.
The opening day, Dec. 2, will include round robin play in the various divisions, with a double-elimination bracket played out on Dec. 3.
A drink fest and potluck will be held on the evening of Dec. 2 at 5:30 p.m. for an additional $5.
Tournament T-shirts are available for $18.
For more information, call 541-269-2475.
Basketball registration has started at the Boys & Girls Club of Southwestern Oregon.
The program is for boys and girls in third through sixth grade.
The fee is $75 with a current club membership. Fee reductions are available for those who qualify.
Teams will form and start practicing in December and the first games are in December.
For more information, call 541-267-6573.
Sportsmanship and officials awards for Boys & Girls Club of Southwestern Oregon volleyball games played on Saturday, Nov. 4, presented by the Bay Area Sportsman’s Association.
Fourth Grade: Generations Tax & Wealth Management (Myrtle Point), coached by Emily Brophy; Merchen & Reed Gravel (Powers), coached by Connie Bushnell.
Fifth Grade: First Community Credit Union (Bullpups), coached by Nick and Lacey Knudsen.
Sixth Grade: Goodwill Industries (Lady Pirates), coached by Amy Peach.
Officials Awards — Professional: Haley Snelgrove and Seth Terry. Hustle: Payton Davidson and Jayden Frank.
Boys & Girls Club officials extended thanks to all the players, spectators and volunteer coaches who helped make the first day of the volleyball season full of excitement for everyone.
The club also thanked this year’s volleyball sponsors, BASA, Hampton First Aid & CPR, Tim Favilla Painting, Beach Loop Realty, Rushel Reed, Norm Hill Financial Services, Generations Tax & Wealth Management, Lucero Construction & Tree Service Inc., Merchen & Reed Gravel, Auntie B’s Tea & Deli, Jake’s Body & Paint, First Community Credit Union, Banner Bank, Bandon Vision Center, D’s Salon, Blue Ridge Timber Cutting, Goodwill Industries Int’l, Spruce Street Bar & Grill and Coos Bay Timber Operators.