The Georgia Racing Hall of Fame is scheduled to induct five new members at the 10th annual Induction Banquet at 6 tonight at the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame inside the Dawsonville Municipal Complex in Dawsonville.
BRASELTON - The No. 12 Lola-Toyota went ahead early and didn't budge, cruising to a three-lap overall win and Prototype 1 win in the 1,000-mile Petit Le Mans on Saturday at Road Atlanta for their first victory.
The Chattahoochee Men's Golf Association played its monthly individual flighted strokes game Wednesday at the Chattahoochee Golf Course.
What keeps Road Atlanta president and general manager Geoff Lee excited about Petit Le Mans is that it brings a little bit of everything to sports car enthusiasts.
Bryan Sellers and his wife Jamie Howe get excited every October when Petit Le Mans rolls around. This year is no exception.
Some of the best sports car team in North America and Europe will be part of the Petit Le Mans endurance race at on Saturday at Road Atlanta in Braselton. The 15th annual running of one of the American Le Mans Series' biggest events meshes endurance and speed as drivers participate in the 1,000 mile/10-hour race in the P1, P2 and GT classifications at the track in South Hall.
Tommy Lowery, Phil Rothermel, Doug Van and Joe Roberts finished in first place at the Luna's Tuesday event last week at Chateau Elan. Tommy Aaron, Johnny Nix, Cleve Brown and Randy Gordy and Blake Nix, Gene Weschler, Royce Deaton and Don Rogers tied for second. Closest to the pin winners were Blake Nix (No. 6), Johnny Nix (No. 8), Deaton (No. 12), and Larry Miller (No. 16).
Jim Foote won the Senior Championship at Chicopee Woods Golf Course in Gainesville with a 36-hole score of 142. Foote put together rounds of 70 and 72 to win by three strokes over Keith Morris and Walter Hope.
Keith Morris carded a 3-under 69 on Saturday and leads by one shot at the Chicopee Woods Senior Championship in Oakwood. The two-day tournament concludes Sunday.
The Chattahoochee Men's Golf Association played its quarterly scramble last week at the Chattahoochee Golf Course. First place went to the team of Louis Boohaker, Bud Clegg, Carlyle Cox and Gene Weschler. Wayne Nelson, Nick Grillo, Stu Virgin and Tom Cleveland came in second, and Claude Schneider, Don Sorrell, Bob Henderson and Dick Bachman were third. Closest to the pin winners were Clegg (No. 3), Denny Momper (No. 5), Weschler (No. 12) and Ben Brooks (No. 17).
Walter Hope shot a 4-under-par 140 to win his second consecutive Senior City Championship by one stroke over Jim Foote on Saturday at the Chattahoochee Golf Club in Gainesville.
Jim Foote leads the Championship A flight at the 2012 Senior City Championship at Chattahoochee Golf Club with a score of 68 after one round of play.
Sisters Carly Winters (7th grade) and Natalie Winters (11th grade) pitched in different places at the same time on Tuesday for the East Hall Junior Vikings and the East Hall Lady Vikings, respectively. Both sisters won their games with the Junior Vikings playing Gainesville and defeating them in 18-8 in three innings.
The Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club will be incorporating the first stand-up paddle board race and demo day for the club as part of the 2012 Baron and Brothers International Championship Race on September 29 at the Lake Lanier Olympic Venue on Clarks Bridge Road.
The Chattahoochee Men's Golf Association played a two best ball, aggregated net points game last Wednesday at the Chattahoochee Golf Course.
Gainesville High golfer Grant Lasseter shot a 75 on Tuesday to finish tied for ninth after two rounds of the Georgia State Golf Association Junior Championship at The Farm golf course in Rocky Face.
Gainesville High grad Pep Brown sits at 1-under par through seven of the second round's 18 holes at the Southern Junior Championship on Thursday on the Tuckahoe Course at the Country Club of Virginia in Richmond.
Hall County powerlifter Tim Moon took first place in the 44-49 Master's Men's and Open classes of the bench press with a record lift of 756.18 pounds at the World United Amateur Powerlifting's United States Bench Press and Powerlifting National Championships on Sunday in Peoria, Ill.
With one very heavy push, Tim Moon can become a champion once again.
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