Flag football signups open

Weaverville/Douglas City Parks & Recreation District 2021 Co-Ed 7-on-7 Flag Football registrations are open.

Registrations will remain open online until Sept. 24 at www.wdcparksrec.com. In-person registration can be made from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Recreation Hall (building next to the pool in Lowden Park, Weaverville). Registration packets can be picked up at Trinity Tax and Bookkeeping on Highway 3, Weaverville, and all completed packets can be dropped off at Trinity Tax and Bookkeeping or the Rec Hall office.

Three divisions of play are available: Varsity Division 6th-8th grade ($50 per player), JV Division 3rd-5th grade ($45 per player), and Pee-Wee Division K-2nd grades ($40 per player). Players who pay and register by Sept. 20 will receive a free T-shirt and mouth guard.

The season will start Saturday, Oct. 9, and play every Saturday through Nov. 13. WDCPRD is also looking for volunteer coaches ages 18 and up, as well as volunteer referees between the ages of 15-18 years old. Contact the Parks and Recreation Office at 623-5925 for any additional information.

TAGA results

Trinity Alps Golf Course, Sept. 3

1st: Art Tenneson, 56

2nd: Dave Hunt, 57

3rd: Dana McNickles, 58

Closest to the pin (#2): Mike Wright, 2’11½”

Hole in one: Don Woodworth, #7

Sportswriter sought

The Trinity Journal is seeking a freelance sportswriter.

The position would provide coverage of Hayfork High School and/or Southern Trinity  High School sporting events.

Photo/video skills helpful, but not required.

The opportunity exists to do other sports/outdoor-related features is available.

Interested parties should provide a letter of interest to Wayne Agner, editor and publisher, The Trinity Journal, P.O. Box 340, Weaverville, CA 96093-0340; by email to editor@trinityjournal.com; or bring it by our office at 500 Main St., Weaverville.

Seeking Bigfoot info

Author Tom Morris has been studying Bigfoot for years. Morris asks hikers and hunters that if any incidents involving Bigfoot come up, to notify him on his landline at 925-930-8123; send him an email at tommorris@msn.com and put BIGFOOT in subject line; or send a report in to the Bigfoot Field Research Organization, www.bfro.net/GDB/submitfm.asp.

The organization has sightings in Trinity County dating back as far as the 1960s and into the 2000s. Morris has interviewed witnesses in Trinity County as recent as last year, a few in the past several years.

Also, check out the Tom Morris experience on YouTube.

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