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What's Happening - June 9

 

June 9, 2019



• The J.D. Isler Memorial Basketball Camp is scheduled for 8 a.m. to noon Monday and Tuesday at Rock Staubus Gymnasium.

The camp is for boys or girls entering grades 1-8. Camp fees are $55 per camper, with a $45 fee for additional siblings. Lunch will be served following each day’s session.

Registration is available Monday morning. Checks should be made payable to Jaden Isler, Clovis High boy’s basketball coach.

Information: 575-769-4350, ext. 1023 or 806-283-4712.

• The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish will begin online sales June 26 of hunting licenses that were not allocated during the big game draw.

The sale will begin 10 a.m. at wildlife.state.nm.us. Customers are advised to review their online accounts prior to the sale and be signed on before the sale begins, as the licenses are sometimes purchased in a matter of minutes or even seconds.

Available are 763 deer, 85 youth-only pronghorn and four mobility-impaired-only-elk licenses. To purchase a leftover license, hunters must first purchase either an annual game hunting or game hunting and fishing license.

The licenses will be available to New Mexico residents for 24 hours, and the sale will open up to customers regardless of residency 10 a.m. June 27.

Information: 888-248-6866.

• The Clovis High Athletics office will begin sales of reserved seat season tickets July 22 for the upcoming Wildcat football season, according to a release from the district.

The sale will be open first to reserved seat season ticket holders from the 2018 season, who have until Aug. 15 to either renew their season tickets at $60 each or relinquish their seats.

Any remaining seats after Aug. 15 will be sold for $60, with a $20 discount to active duty and retired military.

Tickets may be purchased and picked up at the CHS athletic office at 1900 Thornton.

The tickets are good for all five regular-season home games, beginning Aug. 23 against Hobbs. Clovis will hold homecoming Oct. 4 against Sandia.

If any are still available in-season, single-game reserved seat tickets will be $12 each at the gate.

General admission tickets are available in advance at the athletics office. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students, active or retired military (with ID) and senior citizens (62 or older). Family athletic passes are not accepted for football games.

Information: Cindy Gulley, 575-769-4350, ext. 1023.

• Eastern New Mexico University is hosting its annual Greyhound Football golf tournament July 20 at Portales Country Club.

Registration will be offered at 7 a.m. on the day of the event. Entry for the 18-hole scramble is $75 per person or $300 per four-person team. Registration fees cover all course fees, lunch and door prizes.

Information: Andrew McCraw at 575-704-0147 or via email at [email protected]; or Michael Walton, 325-656-5778 or via email at [email protected].

Sports events or sports-related activities to list? Call: 575-763-3431. Fax: 575-742-1349. Drop it off at 521 Pile St, Clovis. Email: [email protected]

 
 

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