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Normal Lake Level is 322.00 feet above Mean Sea Level.
Current level for Cedar Creek Lake is: 322.00
Water Temperature:
62 degrees - top
62
degrees - bottom

 

 

 

Lick, Mahoney, Esparza and Floyd win KofC tournament
Monitor Staff Report
KEMP–The team of Eddy Lick, Chris Mahoney, Michael Esparza and Damon Floyd took first place at the 10th annual Knights of Columbus scholarship golf tournament May 23.
A far smaller field turned out for this year’s tournament at Kings Creek Golf Course – nine teams and a pair, 38 players in all, compared to last year’s 19-team field.
The winning team posted a 15-under-par score in the four-man-scramble tournament.
Second place went to the team of J.W. Cotton, Chris Meyer, Matt Wright and Jake McKnight, who posted a 14-under score.
Also posting a 14-under score was the third-place team of Johnny Hickson, Noah Hickson, Billy Hickson and Boyse Wood.
The tournament’s high score – 52 over par – was posted by the team of Jim Boyles, Pat Roush, Bob Harwith and Walter Stanley.
Mahoney and Wood nailed the two “closest to the pin” prizes, while the “longest drive” prize went to J.W. Floyd.


Monitor Photo/Kerry Yancey
First place in the Knights of Columbus 10th annual scholarship golf tournament
went to Eddy Lick (left), Chris Mahoney, Michael Esparza and Damon Floyd, who
posted a round of 15 under par at Kings Creek Golf Course.


Monitor Photo/Kerry Yancey
Second place in the Knights of Columbus golf tournament went to J.W. Cotton (left),
Chris Meyer, Matt Wright and Jake McKnight, who won a scorecard playoff at 14 under par.


Monitor Photo/Kerry Yancey
Third place in the Knights of Columbus golf tournament went to Johnny Hickson
(left), Noah Hickson, Billy Hickson and Boyse Wood (not pictured), who posted a
round of 14 under par.

Sallings All-Star
Monitor Staff Reports
KEMP–Kemp High School senior Nick Sallings has been selected to the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association All-Star game.
The All-Star game is set for Saturday, June 14, in Round Rock.
Sallings, who was named to the first-team infield by District 13-3A coaches, was selected a third base – one of four third basemen named from the entire state in Class 3A.

Kemp to host baseball camp
Monitor Staff Reports
KEMP–Kemp High School will host the inaugural East Texas Baseball Camp for boys 8-14 at the new baseball field, next to Yellowjacket Stadium, Tuesday through Thursday, June 3-5.
Camp will be held from 9 a.m. to noon each day. Cost is $45 per camper, or $75 for two in the same family.
Early registration is encouraged; late enrollment will open at 8 a.m. Monday, June 2.
KHS head baseball coach Cody Ross and his staff will conduct the camp, working on fundamentals – pitching, fielding, running/sliding and hitting – with game competition each day.
Awards will be presented for hustle, behavior, attitude, leadership and hard work. Each camper will receive a T-shirt.
For more information, contact Ross at (972) 835-6109.



 

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Rodeo

June 26-28
53rd Mabank Rodeo

 
Yachting

June 14
Saturday Fun Sail 11-2

June 28
Saturday Race Day
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