TOPSoccer to start in August in Cortland
The 11th season of TOPSoccer for special needs children will be held against in Cortland.
The season begins on Aug. 3 and conclude on Sept. 28. The league plays each Sunday from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the old Cortland Elementary School soccer field on Pearl Street.
There are three divisions for play, which include children in wheelchairs, those requiring assistive devices and those that are unable to participate in the typical recreational soccer league.
The $25 includes shirt, socks, ball (for new players) along with practice time and soccer games with experienced coaches and referees.
Any questions, call Melissa at 330-984-6620 or send an email to email@example.com.
Area tennis tourneys coming this summer
The Seven Seventeen Credit Union Tennis Tournament, which is in memory of Keith Vens, is Wednesday through Sunday, June 8.
In addition, the AVI Classic will be June 23 through 29 at Packard Park. The Panera Bread tournament is July 16 through 20 at Packard Park, and the Gary Dieter Memorial is Aug. 5 through 10.
For more information, call Jerry Cannon at 330-385-6141 or 330-383-0348, or Zach McDivitt at 330-307-1148.
Lakeview's McDivitt to play volleyball at Capital
BEXLEY - Caitlin McDivitt, a senior at Lakeview High School, will join the Capital University volleyball program as a student-athlete this fall.
Capital is set to welcome 13 first-year student-athletes, including one transfer, to campus as members of the Crusaders, coach Pam Briggs announced.
McDivitt was a first-team All-American Conference selection this season and a first-teal All-County volleyball selection.