|Sports Briefs: 09-24-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 24 September 2013 09:50|
Falcon women's golfers lead CSU Invitational
HINKLEY - Four Bowling Green State University women's golfers are in the top five after the first round of the Cleveland State Invitational. The event is being played at Pine Hills Golf Club.
The Falcons have a 300 total, 11 strokes ahead of St. Francis (Pa.) and Youngstown State, who are tied, in the eight-team field.
BG's Shelby Wilson is first overall after a 74.
Also for the Falcons, Lily Bartell and Patrick Holt are tied for second at 75, Mikayla Baer is tied for fifth at 76, and Bailey Arnold is tied for 13th at 78.
Hunter education planned
GIBSONBURG - There is a Hunter Education Course set for Nov. 9 from 9 a.m.-noon at the American Legion Hall in Gibsonburg.
The course will be given by Ohio Division of Wildlife certified instructors. The course is a requirement for hunters who want to receive their first hunting license, and is a good refresher course for seasoned hunters.
Students must pre-register for the course by calling the Division of Wildlife at 1-800-WILDLIFE.
This is a home study type program and all students must read and complete the chapter review questions of the hunter education manual before attending the course.
The manual can be obtained on line or will be sent after registering for the course.
For more information call Charlie Nopper at (419) 637 7565.
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