Sport Shorts: July 24
UJ adds trapshooting
University of Jamestown announced Monday, July 23, it will offer trapshooting as a co-ed club sport beginning this fall.
Liz Kapp, the university's director of campus safety, has been named UJ's trapshooting club advisor. Also referred to as clay-pigeon shooting, the activity is found in high schools throughout the region.
"Both North Dakota and Minnesota have huge high school programs," said Dustin Jensen, University of Jamestown's dean of engagement and student affairs, in a press release issued by UJ, "so we believe it is important to provide what potential students enjoy and desire."
The Jimmies' trapshooting club will practice at the Buffalo City Gun Club. It will host inter-squad and web-based competitions in its first year, and will incorporate travel as the club grows in the future.
Par 3 scramble Saturday
Hillcrest Golf Course will be hosting an 18-hole, three-person, Par 3 scramble on Saturday, July 28, starting at 9 a.m.The cost will be $30 per person to cover green fees, hole prizes, mulligans, lunch and beverages.
Participants can register at the Hillcrest Pro Shop or by calling 252-4320.
Volleyball, basketball camp moved
Jamestown Blue Jay volleyball and basketball camp for July 24 and 26 has been moved to Jamestown Middle School. The start time for the camps will remain the same.