SLAYTON, Minn. (July 18) – Round two of the Dominick Bruns Memorial Challenge Cup Chase Friday at Slayton went to Murray County Speedway regular Kevin DeBaere. DeBaere led all 18 laps after starting the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature outside Shaun Madden on the front row. The victory, DeBaere’s second this season at Slayton, paid $1,000. Derek Green, Chris Palsrok, Elijah Zevenbergen and Dan Veenstra rounded out the top five.Runner-up in the series last season, DeBaere had Derek Green on his back bumper most of the way. Restarts following cautions near midway, then with four laps to go and finally with three laps left didn’t make his job any easier. “It felt good to win this race, DeBaere said. “The bottom line was the line that was working so that’s where you had to be.” The Chase, which raises awareness about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, concludes Aug. 10 at Redwood Speedway. Feature results – 1. Kevin DeBaere; 2. Derek Green; 3. Chris Palsrok; 4. Elijah Zevenbergen; 5. Dan Veenstra; 6. Jim Larson; 7. Jim Gregoire; 8. Gary Mattison; 9. James Richert; 10. Nick Johansen; 11. Wayne Oftedahl; 12. Dean Nething; 13. Shaun Madden; 14. Jake Bruns; 15. Shaun Bruns; 16. Jake Masters; 17. Shane Bruns; 18. David Breyfogle.
Kolkata: Fifty kids in the age group of six to 18 years will vie for top honours in the fourth leg of the US Kids Golf at the Tollygunge Club here from Thursday.With an aim to unearth talented youngsters at the grassroots level, the US Kids Golf is making its maiden foray in India with a full Tour consisting of eight tournaments to be held across six cities in the country.The Kolkata leg will have 50 competitions in different age groups in boys and girls categories with 20 from outside Kolkata.Delhi has already three legs, and after Kolkata the Tour will move south with Eagleton Golf Resort Bengaluru, Boulder Hills Golf and Country Club, Hyderabad before Chandigarh Golf Club and Poona Club Golf Course hosting the final two legs.The winner will be decided on point system as they will make the cut for the World Championship in Pinehurst and European Championship in Scotland later this year, president of US Kids Golf India Rajesh Srivastava said here.Explaining their vision, he said: “The main aim is to select and identify talented golfers across India and give them proper training and International exposure in Europe and America.”The subsequent edition of US Kids Golf India Tour 2019-20 is slated to be a year-long tour, with zonal and regional tournaments, culminating in a national championship.”It’s about making golf a common man’s game. Now it’s considered an elite sport. But we at the US Kids want to change the notion. We feel Indian boys and girls are hugely talented. It’s about tapping the talent and make it a common man’s sport. Everyone should play,” he added.The US Kids Golf is also supplying equipment for juniors at susbsidised rates of around 40000, he said. IANSAlso Read: Sports News
Clark Allen Harris, 56, died Thursday, May 2, 2013 at his home in Wellington.Â He was a lifelong resident of Wellington and a carpenter.Clark was born on August 16, 1956 in Wellington to Charles R. Harris and Louise E. (Slack) Harris.He was preceded in death by his mother, Louise; sisters, Debbie Pilens and Barbara Ann Harris; and brother, David Wayne Harris.Survivors include his wife, Joyce Harris of Wellington; son, Jeremy Harris and his wife Mandi of Oxford, KS; daughters, Heather Kimball of Wellington, Holly Vargas and her husband Lonnie of Wellington, and Stephanie Warnock and her husband Wes of Wellington; step-children, Tiffany Hayes and her husband Rick of Oxford, KS, Krista Gregson and her husband Joel of Columbia, MO, and Phillip Fellers of Wellington; father, Charles Harris of Wellington; sister, Vickie Mertes and her husband Bill of Wellington; uncle and best friend, Bill Harris of Wellington; 22 grandchildren; and two great grandchildren.A Memorial Service will be held at the First Free Will Baptist Church on Tuesday, May 7, 2013 at 10:30 A.M.Â Pastor Zane Brooks will officiate.The family will greet friends at the First Free Will Baptist Church on Monday, May 6, 2013, from 6:00 â€“ 8:00 P.M.A memorial has been established in his name with the American Cancer Society.Â Contributions can be left at the funeral home.Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.net