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18B---July 24, 2003 The Cuba Free Press Cuba Vet Clinic sponsors local softball to By Rhonda Koppelmann If you were at the Cuba Sports Complex on Saturday, July 12, your morning was filled with an exciting show of local athletic talent as the Cuba Veterinary Clinic spon- sored their First Annual Girls Softball Tournament for girls eight, nine, and ten years of age. The tournament included teams from Steelville and Cuba, and was a great way for these young ladies to show off the skills they had acquired throughout the softball season. And that is exactly what they did! The girls displayed some of their best offensive and defensive plays of the season. The day began with Cuba's Golden Mariners squaring off against Steelville's Miles & Sons Towing. The Golden Mariners pulled out a narrow victory, sending Miles & Sons to face Bowness Pottery, who had previously fallen to Bob Perkins Realty. The Golden Mariners didn't fare so well when they went up against Bob Perkins Realty, and they were forced to replay Miles & Sons for a spot in the champi- onship game. This time, Miles & Sons were victorious, and the Golden Mariners were bumped from tournament play. The championship round threw the crowd for a great surprise. Miles & Sons (who had played three consecutive games) took the win by a nar- row margin. However, this led to an unusual problem. Each team (Miles & Sons and Bob Perkins Realty) had exactly the same record (two wins, one loss). A final playoff had to be played. Inning by inning, the out- come of the game appeared to change, but in the end Bob Perkins Realty held strong to claim first place in the tourna- ment. Congratulations to Bob Perkins Realty and to all the teams who participated. Each played well and displayed a great show of sportsmanship throughout the softball tour- nament. Wildcats to hold their home opener on Sept. 26 This year's Cuba High School football team schedule has been released, and it includes only a few home games. Out of nine total varsity squad games, only three will be played here on the home turf. They include battles against Sullivan, Houston, and district rival Blair Oaks. Following is a complete list of the varsity's fall games, which are all being held on Friday nights. Kickoff times are at 7 p.m. for each game: • Sept. 5 @ St. James • Sept. 12 @ Owensville • Sept. 19 @ Grandview • Sept. 26 vs. Sullivan • Oct. 3 vs. Houston • Oct. 10 @ Maplewood-Richmond Heights • Oct. 24 vs. Blair Oaks • Oct. 31 @ South Callaway • Nov. 7 @ Hermann photo s The Golden Mariners of Cuba took third place in a girls softball tournament held on July sponsored by the Cuba Veterinary Clinic. Team members are (front row) Micki Ko Swope, Hannah Heaton, Morgan Whitaker, Rachel Wilson, Kelsey Calhoun, (back row) Swope of Cuba Vet Clinic, Cassidy Smith, Brittany Cason, Brittaney Click, Katie Liscomb, Kreter, and Coach Rhonda Koppelmann. Conservation Department plans to sell surplus equipment at upcoming auctions BROOKFIELD, Mo.--All-terrain vehicles, pickup trucks, boats, farm equipment and office furniture are among the many items the Missouri Department of Conservation will sell at two upcoming surplus property auctions. The auctions are set for Aug. 16 in Brookfield and Oct. 18 in Salem. Conservation Department auctions typically include sport-utility vehicles, sedans, tractors, lawn mowers and other power equipment. Office equipment seen at most auc- tions includes copiers, cabinets, shelves, calcula- tors, desks, chairs, filing cabinets, cameras and air conditioners. The Brookfield event will include a larger- than-usual number all-terrain vehicles, more than 20 in all. Auction items are on display from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. the day before the auction and starting at 8 a.m. the day of the auction. The auctions begin at 10 a.m. Complete lists of sale items and terms of sales are available at the registration desk the day of the sale. All property must be paid for on the day of the sale and before removal. The Conservation Department will accept cash, MasterCard or sa credit cards or personal checks with proper identification. For lists of sale items, call the Conservation Department General Services Division at 573/522- 4115, ext 3279 or 3283. There will be open runs every Monday evening this summer at 7:30 p.m. for any cross country ath- letes interested in competing in the fall season. Meet in front of the high school at that time if you wish to participate in sum- mer training. These runs are open to ath- letes in grades seven through twelve. Medical exams for all R-2 Athletic physicals will be given at Cuba High School on Tuesday, August 5, from 9 a.m. until noon. Physicals are required for all students par- ticipating in athletics at Cuba schools. Athletes must have physi- cals completed before beginning of practice sports on Monday, August Middle School cross begins its first practice season on August 18; all fall sports' practices August 11. Echols shoots a low score of at Cuba Lakes to lead all Thirteen ladies gathered on Tuesday, July 22 to play golf at Cuba Lakes Country Club. Connie Echols had the low score of 40. Carol Gorder and Kathy Herman had the low net of 34. Loretta Cowling and Shirley Williams shot birdies. Pat Maerli won the specialty prize. On Tuesday, July women gathered for Madeline Britton, and Cowling tied for the score of 46. Gorder Williams shared the low 33. Williams, Jean Eleanor Schwartz shot and Britton won the prize. 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