- April 16, 2015
+ Squeeze atop Florida League standings
The Winter Garden Squeeze won four of five games last week and are in first place in the Florida Collegiate Summer League. Full coverage on B3.
+ Local alumnus makes ESPN’s Top Plays
Auston Bousfield, an outfielder for Ole Miss and former West Orange Warrior, made ESPN’s nightly “Top 10 Plays” on its flagship SportsCenter program for Sunday. Bousfield made a Willie Mays-style catch for the Rebels in their College World Series Game against Virginia. The play was ranked No. 5 for the day. Ole Miss fell to the Cavaliers, 2-1.
+ Local youth golfers shine at tournament in Kissimmee
The Dr. Bob’s “Mistake Free Golf” Junior Classic took place at Falcon’s Fire Golf Club in Kissimmee from June 7-9 and two local youth golfers had strong showings.
Bebe Bouahom of Windermere placed second in the Boys 15-18 division and Thammalack Bouahom of Windermere placed second in the Boys 11-14 division at the event.
+ Winter Garden Runners welcome newcomers
The Winter Garden Runners are encouraging interested individuals to join them on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5:15 a.m. or Saturdays at 7 a.m. for runs on the West Orange Trail. The group meets in front of Tri & Run in Downtown Winter Garden and usually runs roughly five miles.
More information can be found by liking the group’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/WGRunners.
+ Kids golf free at trio of local course through program
Celebration Golf Management is hosting its fourth annual Kids Play Free program now through October 4 at nine local courses, including two in Winter Garden and one in Windermere.
The Golden Bear Club in Windermere, along with Stoneybrook West Golf Club and the Orange County National Golf Center in Winter Garden will all participate in the program. The program allows youth between the ages of 5 and 16 to play for free if accompanied by an adult golfer.
For more information, contact chief operating officer Kenny Nairn at 407-566-1045, Ext. 4604, or [email protected]