Sports Briefs

Highland having 3-on-3 tournament May 14

Highland will be hosting their first three-on-three basketball tournament on May 14 at 9 a.m. There also will be three-point and free throw contests. T-shirts will be given to participants and winners receive medals.

Teams can consist of up to four players. If a team is completely composed of students attending Highland schools, cost to participate is $50. For students attending elsewhere, the cost is $60 per team, and for adults, it’s $80 per team. The application deadline is April 27. Walk-ins are accepted, but t-shirts are not guaranteed.

For both male and female teams, there are multiple age groups: 10-and-under, 11-13, 14-15, 16-18, 19-25 and 26-and-older. Players may play up into an older age bracket. Age brackets are subject to change if there are not enough teams.

Applications are available at Highland High School office or by contacting Chris Rupe ([email protected]) or Whitney Levering ([email protected]).

Information received from Chris Rupe.

Highland Music Boosters holding golf outing

The Highland Music Boosters will be holding a golf outing at Wyandot Golf Course (Centerburg) on June 25 at 8:30 a.m. to benefit the Highland music programs.

Cost for a four-person team is $400, while individual admission is $100. Admission includes a hog roast meal, as well as bratwursts, hot dogs and non-alcoholic beverages throughout the day. There will be a number of challenges for prizes held throughout the day, including: a million dollar shot; 10-, 20- and 50-foot putts for $50,000; two par-three hole-in-one challenges to win a car or motorcycle; closest to the line; 50-50 hole on a par three; mulligans for all and longest putt.

Also, sponsorships are available at four different cost levels. For more information or to either register or purchase a sponsorship, please contact Highland Music Boosters President Amy Decker at [email protected] or call 740-815-5952.

Information received from Amy Decker.