Pitt Greenville Soccer Association boys and girls travel soccer teams are forming for the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 seasons.
PGSA (a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote soccer) participates in an N.C. Youth Soccer Academy (for players 10 years old and younger) and Classic Soccer (for players 10-18). Academy registration is occurring from 6 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday. Classic tryouts for boys will be from 6:15 to 7:45 p.m. on May 24 and 26, and for girls May 25 and 27.
Registration and tryouts will occur at the PGSA Soccerplex, 5328 NC 43 South, Greenville. The tryout fee is $15 if registered before tryouts and $25 on site. Players should bring shin guards, soccer cleats, water bottle and a soccer ball to tryouts.
Register online at www.pgsasoccer.com)
The Greenville-Pitt County Chamber of Commerce Open FORE Business Expo and golf tournament will come to Greenville Country Club on May 21.
In addition to playing one of the area’s best golf courses, the Chamber’s event will provide a great opportunity to network and learn more about some of the products and services offered by lo- cal businesses.
Prizes will be awarded.
For more information and to register a team, visit greenvillenc.org/openforebusiness.
Fundraiser for PCCSU
The Pitt County Coalition on Substance Use will host its first golf tournament fundraiser at Greenville Country Club on May 12. The proceeds from this fundraiser will go toward reducing opiate abuse and underage drinking in Pitt County through our coalition and youth team activities focused on educational sessions and advocacy.
Donations are necessary for the success of this annual fundraiser. Below is the sponsorship information for the event. For more information on donating, visit PCCSU@ecu.edu.
Tax-deductible donations can be mailed to: Po Box 8378, Greenville, NC 27835.
If interested in playing at the tournament, register at eventbrite.com.
For the first time since 2006, the North Carolina Wiffle Ball Tournament will return to its original location in Kenly on July 17 and 18. The tournament began there in 1982 as the Kenly Wiffle Ball Tournament, and this is the 40th consecutive year a tournament has been held.
It is the second oldest Wiffle Ball tournament in the world, trailing only the World Wiffle Ball Championship of Midlothian, Ill., which began in Mishawaka, Ind., in 1980.
Kenly’s KAPARC facility will host the 4-on-4, double-elimination slow-pitch event, and the entry fee will again be $80 for five-man rosters. Bats, balls and umpires will be provided, with trophies for first place, runner up, MVP and an All-Tournament team.
The tournament became the State Tournament in 1989 and was in Kenly from 1982-2006. It then moved to Smithfield from 2007-2019 before being held at Miffly Field in Spiveys Corner last year.
For more information on the tourney, or to register a team, visit ncwiffleball.weebly.com, or call or text tournament director Jeff Davis at 919-915-2280.
Adult Softball Scores
SCR 14, Ribeye’s 6
Leading hitters: R — Ronnie Garrett 2-3, Chandler Forbes 2-3; S — Tylor Winslow 3-4, Joel Whitehurst 2-3.
Taft Family 15 Crosspointe 13
Leading hitters: T — Michael Miller 2-3, Mathin Ange 3-4; C — Matt McLawhorn 3-4, Todd Trueblood 3-4.
St. Peter’s 21 Grimesland 20
Leading hitters: G — Dylan Moore 3-4, Adam Selfridge 3-4; S — Blake Willis 4-4, Matthew Phipps 4-4.
The B Team 16 Temple FWB 10
Leading hitters: TF — Blake Little 4-4, John Taggett 2-3; BT — Kyle Gaskins 3-4, Sam Taylor 3-4.
Tie Breakers 30 Johnny’s Tire 2
Leading hitters: T- Kenny Davis 4-4, Garrett Brooks 3-4; J — Dave Gill 1-2, Jonathan Oliver 1-1.
OPI 19, Backyard Boys 2
Leading hitters: B — Jimmy Edmundson 1-2, Travis Wright 1-1; O — Deion Gray 3-3, Cedrick Barrett 3-4.
Game Changers 11 Mayne Pharma 5
Leading hitters: G — Robert Redway, Megan Pender; M — Matt Casteen, McKenna Rollins.
Hyster Yale 16, Nemesis 9
Leading hitters: N — Jessie Karosos, Chris Aman; H — Cedrick Barrett, Danielle Nadeau.
Common Man 17, Pirates 16
Leading hitters: P — Morgan Boyd, Chris Woodman; C — Claire Beavans, Derek Eaton.
SCR Home Solutions 20 Backyard Boys 17
Leading hitters: S — Carson Hudson 3-5, Isaiah McCuller 4-5; B — Ty Raynor 4-5, Josh Edmundson 3-5.
Taft Family 21 Tie Breakers 10
Leading hitters: TF — Michael Miller 4-5, Josh Andrews 4-5; TB — Greg Colsen 3-4, Blake McCarter 3-5.
St. Peter’s 13, The B Team 3
Leading hitters: B — Sam Taylor 1-2, Kasey Singer 1-2; S — Blake Willis 3-3, Tyler Bloom 3-3.