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31 teams open intramural, Rec League softball seasons Print E-mail
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
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Jorac Gonzalez, NCOA, watches as his hit flies into the outfield. Gonzalez picked up a single on the play in the bottom of the first inning against the Marine Det. June 6 at Sports Complex B.
 
GUIDON staff

Fort Leonard Wood’s 2017 softball season got underway June 5, 6 and 7, with intramural and Recreation League teams competing on the fields at Sports Complex B.

Nineteen military-unit teams began the intramural season in Conferences A and B, while the Rec League, which is open to service members as well as civilian DOD-issued ID card holders, began with 12 teams.

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Cesar Rodarte, NCOA, throws a pitch to a Marine Det. batter June 6.
In Conference A games played June 6:

— The Noncommissioned Officer Academy defeated the U.S. Marine Corps Detachment, 18-17;

— The Marine Det. MOTO team beat the 554th Engr. Bn., 15-12;

— The 364th Training Squadron, Air Force Detachment 1, defeated the Medical Department Activity, 28-14;

— The 701st Military Police Battalion beat the 50th Engineer Company, 13-12;

— The 701st MP Bn. defeated MOTO, 15-11;

— The Air Force Det. beat NCOA, 11-8.

Conference A will play for the next six weeks, with games played  on Tuesdays.

In Conference B games played June 7:

— The 763rd Ordnance Company defeated the 509th Engineer Company, 10-8;

— The Dental Activity beat the 2nd Battalion, 10th Infantry Regiment, 1-0;

— The 364th Training Squadron beat the 58th Transportation Battalion, 20-6;

— The 515th Engineer Company defeated Staff Judge Advocate, 19-7;

— The 14th Military Police Brigade beat Forward Support Company, 21-9;

— DENTAC defeated SJA, 21-9.

Conference B teams have seven weeks of games remaining, and will play on Wednesdays.

In Rec League games held June 5:

— The Marine Det. beat Strictly Business, 9-5;

— The Monstars defeated the OTD Dragons, 10-4;

— The Hit Squad beat Directorate of Emergency Services, 30-0;

— Not Forgotten defeated the Dental Activity, 10-3;

— The 50th Engineer Company beat the Army and Air Force Exchange Service, 17-2;

— The Monstars beat DES, 17-8;

— The OTD Dragons beat the Engineer Captain’s Career Course, 1-0;

— The Marine Det. defeated AAFES, 28-4.

The Rec League season continues for the next eight weeks, with games played on Mondays.
 
 
Last Updated ( Thursday, 22 June 2017 )
 
Intramural golf season begins Print E-mail
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
GUIDON staff

The 2017 intramural golf season is now underway, with 10 military unit teams competing on Thursdays at Piney Valley Golf Course.

In the first round of games played June 8:

— The 554th Engineer Battalion defeated the Air Force Detachment;

— The U.S. Marine Corps Detachment beat the 169th Engineer  Battalion;
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— The Maneuver Support Center of Excellence defeated the 5th Engineer Battalion.

— Staff Judge Advocate and the 14th Military Police Brigade picked up forfeit wins.

Teams will continue to play each Thursday for the next eight weeks until the season concludes Aug. 18.
 
 
Last Updated ( Thursday, 22 June 2017 )
 
Register now for Saturday paintball tournament at OAC Print E-mail
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
GUIDON staff

Registration is open now through Friday for the Summer Speed Games Paintball Tournament, scheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday at the Outdoor Adventure Center.

Open to players ages 16 and older, the tournament will pit five-person teams against each other in a single-elimination format. Matches are played to the best two-out-of-three games.
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Entry fees are $30 per team and includes markers, masks and air.

Teams can register in person at the OAC or online at https://leonardwood.armymwr.com.

For more information, call 573.563.0131, ext. 64223.


Last Updated ( Friday, 16 June 2017 )
 
Cave State Cruisers seeking car show entries Print E-mail
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
GUIDON staff

The Cave State Cruisers is seeking entries for its 30th annual car show, scheduled for June 24 and 25 at Waynesville City Park.

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Cars, trucks and motorcycles can compete in 26 different classes. Entry fees are $20 per vehicle. The first 100 entries receive a cloth bag and a commemorative metal plate.

Vehicle owners who want to display only can enter for $10 per vehicle.

Registration and judging will take place from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 24 and from 8  to 11 a.m. June 25.

Awards will be presented in each class as well as six Choice Awards.

For more information, call Mac Myers at 573.512.0176 or Jimmy Smith at 573.855.5755.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 21 June 2017 )
 
Mural to be unveiled during Lebanon’s Route 66 festival Print E-mail
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
GUIDON staff

The Lebanon-Laclede County Route 66 Society has released an image of the new mural set to be unveiled Saturday during the Lebanon Route 66 Festival at the city’s Boswell Park.

The 10-by-20-foot mural depicts a 1929 Texaco gas truck crossing the Gasconade River bridge in eastern Laclede County. It will join another mural at the park  depicting a 1957 Chevrolet driving Route 66 at the entrance to Lebanon, which was unveiled last year.

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The mural unveiling will be part of a program at 2 p.m. Saturday of the festival on a stage by the murals.

The two-day festival begins at 1 p.m. with live music Friday at the historic Munger Moss Motel. Events include a cruise-in featuring antique, classic and custom cars, a photo booth, a barbecue, auction, dancing and more.

Saturday’s festivities will begin with a parade of antique, classic and custom cars at 10 a.m. along Historic Route 66 from the Lebanon Industrial Park near the Munger Moss Motel to Boswell Park.

Parking will be available at the Nelson Park ballfields, with shuttle service available to Boswell Park. Parking also will be available at nearby Elm Street businesses that are closed that day.

Festivalgoers should bring lawn chairs or blankets for activities at both locations.

“The festival is coming together nicely,” said Loretta Young, chairman of the Route 66 Society’s Festival Committee. “Everything is falling into place. We look forward to starting a new Route 66 tradition.”

The festival is making its return after a seven-year absence, thanks to a partnership between the Lebanon-Laclede County Route 66 Society and the Lebanon Parks and Recreation Department. Previous festivals were held from 2001 to 2009.

(Editor’s note: Information provided by the Lebanon-Laclede County Route 66 Society.)
 
 
Last Updated ( Friday, 16 June 2017 )
 
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