Division of Wildlife proposes to reduce turkey limit
COLUMBUS – In response to the decline in wild turkey populations in recent years, the Wildlife Division of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) has proposed to reduce the wild turkey season limit in the spring of 2022 from two to a bearded turkey.
The proposal was made by staff in the Division of Wildlife at the Ohio Wildlife Council at its regular meeting scheduled for Wednesday, August 4.
If approved by the Ohio Wildlife Council, all hunters will be limited to a single bearded wild turkey (male) during the 2022 spring hunting season. This proposal includes the spring wild turkey hunting season throughout the year. ‘State and spring hunting season for young people.
The proposed revision to the 2022 wild turkey spring season limit would remain in place until breeding success trends improve. No changes have been proposed to the dates, areas (south and northeast), times or methods of catching the 2022 spring wild turkey hunting season.
Comments on the proposed season limit change for wild turkey will be accepted at wildohio.gov.
Minnich and Mohr highlight the Barr League
Andrea Minnich earned a 40 card for low gross and Hanna Mohr had a low net of 24 in the Edward Jones / Scott Barr Ladies League on Wednesday at Green Valley Golf Club.
The weekly match was most often won by Krystal Maziar, who also made a chip, while Kathy Mathews birdied at No.2, and the winning teams were 3, 6, 9, and 10 and 1 and 4 tied.
LaPlante wins the Pompeii tournament
Connie LaPlante scored 141 (71-70) to win the Janet Pompei tournament on Wednesday in the Ladies Auxiliary League at Zanesville Country Club.
The total was based on the fastest two out of three laps. Diane Decenso was second with 146 (75-71) and putt the longest and Jan Schowinsky was third with 147 (71-76).
Cindy Linn won the 9 hole tournament with 67 (30-37) with Toby Rogovin in second at 73 (39-34) and Tami Swope in third at 74 (36-38).
Shawger and Forker shoot low in the Coconis League
Tom Shawger posted a 34 for a low gross on the top nine, and Zak Forker posted a 36 for a low gross at the back in the Coconis Furniture Tuesday Night Golf League at Eaglesticks.
The low net in the front was 26 by Allen Deaver and the low net in the back was 24 by Andy Hendrickson.
Team results: Neff’s-138, Underground Athletics-142; Kessler Outdoor Advertising-130, Dennis Nelson Insurance Group-135; Campbells Market-131, OK Charbon-133; Treasure Cove-136, Dunn Trucking-137; Bearings Limited-131, Jesse’s Barber Shop-138; CC Construction-122, Goss Supply-152; Maysville Elite-147, silencer tire-148; Shank-A-Holics-131, Energy Cooperative-149; B and V Snack Bar-143, American Pride-149; Equipment Sharing-136, McH-145; Ross-Frash-140 Funeral Home, Jarrett Construction-145.
Gainer-Frey walks the Park League
Jenny Gainer-Frey shot 37 for a low gross and Abbey Achauer posted a low net of 23 in the National Park League on Wednesday night in Green Valley.
The winning teams were 1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13 and 15.
The Goelz League plays a low net format
On Wednesday, the Zanesville Country Club Charlie Goelz League played a four-way game with 1 best par 5 – NET, 2 best par 4 – NET and 3 best par 3 – NET.
The Under-12 winning team was Doug Myers, Jason Hardcastle, Brian Wagner and Steve Smith and the Under-11 finalist team was Clint Cameron, Tim McHugh,
Mike Zimmerer and Jason Rosser.
Doug Brannon, Brad Melsheimer and Abe Goodman were third under 10, while Shawn Melsheimer put in the longest putt on No. 11 (16-foot-0) and Tim McLain was closest to the pin on No. Â° 18 (5-6).
King, Aichele run Parettes
Wednesday nights Green Valley Parettes had Juanita King with a low gross of 35 and Liz Aichele with a low net of 25. The winning teams were 1, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 13.
The ladies of the ZCC Thursday play a mess
The Zanesville Country Club Ladies League on Thursday night played a Shamble 1 Best Ball – Net over the top nine.
The winners were Joan Minning, Cindy Linn and Ann Melick with 23, while second place went to Ann Somple, Janet Pompei, Tami Swope and Susan Thompson with 24, third place was Connie LaPlante, Debbie McLain, Becky Weir and Linda Phillips with 27.
Seevers Outing needs teams
Teams are needed for the 17th Bob Seevers Memorial Golf Outing on Saturday August 14 at the Green Valley Golf Club. The four-person race has a shotgun start at 9:30 a.m.
The cost is $ 40 per person, and there will be prizes on each hole plus a $ 5,000 hole in one prize. For more information, contact Don Seevers at 740-407-7767.
Maysville selling reserved seats, passes
Maysville has reserved football seats on sale to previous year’s (2019) ticket holders through Friday August 6.
On Monday August 9, all unsold seats will go on sale to the general public. Tickets will be on sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the school secretariat from Monday to Friday. Reserved seats are reserved for college football matches and only for the folder section, which can accommodate around 230 people.
Seat prices are as follows: $ 40 for the general public, $ 30 for Maysville employees / seniors, and $ 20 for family / adult / student passes for each seat. These reserve seats are not good for the playoff games that we would host in Maysville.
All-Sport passes are also available from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. This pass allows admission to all home athletic competitions, both fall and winter, at Maysville High School or Middle School. Adult passes cost $ 70 and student passes cost $ 40.
Seniors Passes are available to seniors in the local Maysville School District who are 65 years of age and older. Eligible seniors must register at the high school office. This card is a lifetime pass that allows seniors to attend events in Maysville for free.
Television selling reserved football tickets
Tri-Valley will begin sales of reserved season tickets from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on August 9 and 10 at the high school office for previous season ticket holders only. There will also be an evening sale for season ticket holders from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on August 9 in the main hall of the high school.
Tickets will be sold to the general public from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. starting August 11.
All football season ticket packages cost $ 35 each, and all sports passes will also be sold starting August 9 and cost $ 70 for adults and $ 40 for students. For more information, call Sports Director Erin Nezbeth at 740-754-1919.
The hunter’s education course will take place
A hunter education course is offered in August at Zanesville Christian Missionary Church, 545 Richey Road in Zanesville.
Classes will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on August 27 and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on August 28. The two-day course is free to the public, but people must register at www.wildOhio.com or call 1-800-wildlife.
Philo BB holding a golf outing
Philo Boys Basketball will be hosting a golf outing on August 14 at Jaycees Golf Course.
Registration will begin at 7:30 am with a shotgun start at 8:30 am The cost is $ 260 per team with skins included. Payments will be based on the number of teams participating in the outing.
Additional prices include the closest to the hairpin, the longest drive and the longest putt. For more information or to register, contact Greg Haberfield at 740-359-8815.
Commemorative outing of the Ark is approaching
The fourth annual Arch Memorial golf outing will take place on August 21 in Jaycees. Registration will begin at 7 a.m. with a shotgun departure at 8 a.m.
The cost is $ 240 per foursome, $ 60 per player, and the deadline to register is August 14. Sponsorships of holes and drinks carts are available.
Entries and checks, made payable to The Arch Memorial, can be mailed to Scott Wilson, 8425 McGlade School Road, Dresden, OH 43821, and for more information call 740-586-7699 .
Splash & Dash will be held in Dresden
The Dresden Swim Center, located at 1330 S. Main St, will host its Splash & Dash event at 8:30 am on August 28.
There are four race options for participants: Adult Race, 400m SWIM + 5km RUN; Children’s race 14U, 100m SWIM + 2 mile RUN; Children’s run 10U, 100m SWIM + 1 mile RUN; and 5 km run / walk on the Muskingum Recreational Trail.
If you registered by August 15, the cost is $ 35 for the splash and adult runs, $ 30 for the splash and youth runs, and $ 25 for the 5k run / walk; and from August 16 to race day, the cost is $ 40 for adults, $ 35 for youth and $ 30 for the 5 km run / walk.
A portion of the proceeds goes to the Tri-Valley High School swim team. For more information, visit www.muskingummultisports.com or contact Nick Beach at [email protected] Registration is also available online at https://runsignup.com/Race/Info/OH/Dresden/SpalshDash.