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Lake Info

Normal Lake Level is 322.00 feet
above Mean Sea Level.
Current level for Cedar Creek Lake is: 317.92
Water Temperature:
87 degrees - top
84 degrees - bottom

Sports in Brief

Red Hot ‘18’
The annual Cedar Creek Lake Area Chamber of Commerce golf tournament, the Red Hot “18” will be held Monday, July 25, at Kings Creek Golf Club, with a 7:45 a.m. check in and an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start.
Entry for the tournament is $60 per player in advance, $65 the day of the tournament, which includes a light breakfast, golf, cart and lunch.
For information, contact Tiffany Lilly at (903) 887-6001, Robbye Grissom at (214) 926-1395 or Debra Davis at (903) 887-2870, or contact the chamber office at (903) 887-3152, or e-mail dorene@cedarcreek-lakechamber.com.

KASA sign-ups
Kemp Area Sports Association football sign-ups will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Saturdays at the Kemp Dairy Queen through July 2.
Football registration is $175 per child, with a $50 non-refundable deposit required at registration. Parents/guardians must also supply a copy (not the original) of the child’s birth certificate.
The last day for registration is July 2. There will be no late sign-ups.

TVCC shooting camp
Young basketball players are invited to participate in the annual Trinity Valley Community College shooting camp from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, July 11-14.
Cost is $70 for each participant and $60 for each additional family member, which includes a camp T-shirt and an off-season shooting program.
TVCC head men’s coach Patrick Smith and assistant coach Guy Furr will provide offensive position work and drills, along with games and competitions. For more information, contact Smith at (903) 675-6218.


Upcoming Events

FBC-GBC Basketball

July 8
7 p.m. Young Guns vs
CLC
8 p.m. Past Prime vs
FBC Mabank
Bye-Team Yellow

July 15
7 p.m. FBC Mabank vs
Team Yellow
8 p.m. Young Guns vs
CLC
Bye-Past Prime

Purtis Creek State Park

July 3
July 4 bike parade
(10:30 a.m

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sports Highlights

Mabank Little League Football hosts 1st camp
Monitor Staff Reports
MABANK–The first-ever Mabank Little League Football Association training camp had a “great” turnout, with 150 youngsters spending Monday through Thursday evenings on the old Coleman Field grass behind Central Elementary School.
MLLFA vice president Ron Anderson noted he had operated similar camps in Coppell, and had approached president Todd Brown about starting a camp this year.
“The kids get to have a little fun, and we (coaches) can evaluate them,” Anderson said. “It’ll help them get used to the heat a little bit.”
Youngsters in grades 1-6 compete in three age divisions in Little League football.
“We want everyone to play,” Anderson said. “It’s better for them and better for us later – we want all these kids to play in the seventh grade.”



Monitor Photo/Kerry Yancey
Andrew Rogers looks the ball into his hands during
a receiving drill at the first Mabank Little League
Football Association camp.




Monitor Photo/Kerry Yancey
Colby Kelley pushes on a tackling dummy during a blocking
drill at the MLLFA camp. About 150 players in grades 1-6
turned out for the first-ever camp.

 

 

 

 

 

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