Denny Shatto Memorial at Shady Bowl
Degraff, OH — It has been a rough season for Shady Bowl Speedway fans, drivers and staff, as the track has suffered so many rainouts. The weather forecast for today looks like a go. The Bowl will host the Denny Shatto Memorial for the late models. Shatto (Piqua) was a longtime car owner and builder. He fielded cars at just about every pavement race track in the area.
Shatto lost a battle with cancer several years ago leaving his racing operation to his son Kevin, who has done a great job carrying on the Shatto family tradition. Shatto has teamed up with driver Jim Lewis Jr, and the team is always near the front. The race, starting at 7 p.m., Saturday will be a 110 lap feature paying $2,000 to the winner. The modifieds, street stocks, Tuners and Compacts will also be in action. The Green County Flaggers will also be on hand.
The Roger Roush Classic, rained out last week, will be reset at a later date.
Herbert is G-MAC nominee for NCAA Woman of the Year
CEDARVILLE — Cedarville University tennis standout Maryssa Herbert has been selected as the Great Midwest Athletic Conference honoree for the 2015 NCAA Woman of the Year Award.
It’s the second consecutive year that CU has represented the G-MAC for the prestigious honor. Former women’s soccer player Deanne Bradshaw was the 2014 choice.
Herbert, a native of Milford, Mich., graduated in May with degrees in special education and early childhood education. She is one of 147 nominees from all NCAA divisions in the nation with a total of 39 coming from Division II.
The top 30 nominees, 10 from each division, will be announced in September.
Now in its 25th year, the NCAA Woman of the Year Award recognizes graduating female student-athletes for excellence in academics, athletics, community service and leadership.
CSU Hall Inductees announced for 2015
WILBERFORCE – Central State Athletic Director Jahan Culbreath has announced the department’s Hall of Fame committee’s 2015 inductees. Joining the CSU Hall of Fame this year will be Thelanious “Laney” Prioleau, Dr. Arthur E. Thomas, and the 1990 Central State football team.
In addition to this year’s inductees, Central State’s undefeated 1965 men’s basketball team will be in attendance to celebrate their 50th anniversary. The ‘65 team won the school’s first NAIA national basketball title with a flawless 30-0 record.
The 2015 Hall of Fame Luncheon will be held at the Country Club of the North at 1 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 9, in Beavercreek. Tickets to the induction ceremony are available for $35 each and can be purchased online or by calling the CSU Athletic Office at (937) 376-6289. All those planning to attend must RSVP prior to the event and purchase their ticket(s) on or before Monday, Aug. 31.
Brandon Phillips Bowling Bash hits September
CINCINNATI — Register today for the inaugural Brandon Phillips Bowling Bash on Saturday, Sept. 5 at the Super Bowl in Erlanger, KY.
Join Brandon and his Reds teammates for an exciting evening of food, fun and bowling all while raising money for the Reds Community Fund.
The doors will open at 5:45 p.m. for VIP check-in and reception. Bowling will begin at 6:30 p.m. for all participants.
All registrants will enjoy two and a half hours of unlimited bowling, a group photo with Brandon and a Reds gift bag that includes a commemorative bowling t-shirt (custom bowling shirt for VIPs), Brandon Phillips bobblehead, custom bowling pin and an autographed baseball from a Reds player.
VIP registrants get to bowl with a current Reds player or coach and VIP Full Lane registrants will have access to a reception hosted by Brandon.
Here are some ways to get involved and show your support:
– Individual bowler registration: $150
– VIP bowler registration: $400
– Full Lane registration: $750 (group of 5 bowlers)
– VIP Full Lane registration: $2,000 (group of 5 bowlers)
– Spectator: $75
Full details and registrations for the event are available at reds.com/bowling or by calling (513) 765-7240.
Compiled by John Bombatch and Zach Gregory. Send sports information to firstname.lastname@example.org.