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What's Happening - July 21


July 21, 2019

• Eastern New Mexico University is now selling 2019-20 memberships for the Greyhound Club, with club membership required to buy season tickets for football, volleyball and basketball.

Memberships start at $100 with different benefits for donation tiers of up to $5,000, and money may be directed to support specific programs. Season tickets in general admission are $35 for volleyball, $40 for football and $50 for basketball, while reserved basketball season tickets are $60 and chair-back season tickets for football are $75.

Greyhound Club members from the 2018-19 year have until Aug. 1 to renew their membership and reserve season tickets. After that point, season tickets will be available for all Greyhound Club members on a first-come, first-served basis.

To join or renew, call 575-562-2153 or email [email protected], or visit

• The Clovis High volleyball booster club will hold a pair of tournaments Aug. 3 at the sand volleyball courts adjacent to the Hillcrest Park Zoo.

A cornhole tournament will be offered, along with a four-on-four co-ed sand volleyball tournament.

Team registration is $40 for the cornhole tournament, with two people per team. To register, contact Yolanda Gallegos at 575-749-2799 or email [email protected]

Team registration for sand volleyball is $120 per co-ed team, which can be between four and six players. To register, contact Amy Kelley at 575-309-8516 or email [email protected]

Registrations and waiver forms must be in by July 29. All checks should be made payable to CHS Wildcat Boosters.

• Colonial Park Golf Course will hold a junior golf camp Aug. 5-8.

The camp is for golfers 10-18 and goes from 8 a.m.-10 a.m. daily, with snacks and water provided. A limited amount of clubs will be available for players who don’t have any. Campers are asked to register in advance at the pro shop and arrive 15 minutes before camp each day.

The camps are $75 each, but participants pay $35 with the Blake Berry Memorial Scholarship fund covering the remaining amount.

Information: 575-762-4775.

• The Clovis High Athletics office will begin sales of reserved seat season tickets Monday 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.

• A youth tennis camp will be held July 29-Aug. 2 at the Bill Wahlman Tennis Center in Portales.

The camp will go 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. each night, and is open to players from grades K-7. Registration is $40 per camper and due by Friday.

Information: 575-356-8598 or via email at [email protected]

• The New Mexico USSSA state championships are scheduled for Aug. 2-4, with the men’s and women’s E tournaments in Ruidoso and the men’s and women’s D and C tournaments in Las Cruces.

Entry fees for each tournament are $315, payable to local USSSA area director Roger Jackson. Payment is due July 29.

Information: 575-762-8977 or via email at [email protected]

• The Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball program is running an elite ID camp Aug. 10 at Greyhound Arena.

The camp, with a $95 registration, is open to all high school athletes, and is designed to prepare athletes for the speed and physicality of college basketball while giving ENMU staff a chance to evaluate participating athletes as potential recruits.

The camp will have check-in starting at 9 a.m., following by skill development from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and competitive games from 2:30 p.m-5 p.m.

To register online visit the camps section of

Information: Tres Segler, [email protected]

Sports events or sports-related activities to list? Call: 575-763-3431. Fax: 575-762-3879. Drop it off at 521 Pile St, Clovis. Email: [email protected]


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