Craig sports briefs for March 27, 2013: Craig BCA week six standings |

Craig sports briefs for March 27, 2013: Craig BCA week six standings

The Billiards Congress of America pool league in Craig, with standings updated through six weeks of play.

Some separation has begun to occur in both leagues, but the competition for the top spot is still hotly contested. Jean’s Angels have maintained their lead in the Sunday league, but it is now down to just four points. In the Monday league, Up Against the Walls is now ahead of the pack by 31 points.

Sunday league standings

  1. Jean’s Angels, 930 points
  2. Just Shooting the Sh—, 926
  3. Poke-n-Hope, 908
  4. The Wonder Balls, 865
  5. Rehab’s for Quitters, 737

Monday league standings

  1. Up Against the Walls, 936 points
  2. Kim, 905
  3. Get-R-Done, 901
  4. Kenny, 867
  5. Jarrod, 813

Matches are played each week on Sundays beginning at 5 p.m. and on Mondays at 6 p.m at the Popular Bar, 24 W. Victory Way. For more information, visit the league website at or call Jolene Walls at 620-0056.

First archery league season concludes at InsideOut Sports

The indoor archery league for the winter came to a close last week at InsideOut Sports.

InsideOut owner Brad King called it a success for his first season after opening the business in December. Fourteen teams participated in the eight-week winter season.

Todd Combs and Allan Jenkins took first place, scoring 4,732 out of 5,000. Justin Willems and Tiffany Schultze were second at 4,723, while Shawn Polley and John Schultze took third, scoring 4,721.

Another eight-week season for the spring begins Thursday at InsideOut. The league is open to anyone, King said, and is flexible for different schedules. While shooting is scheduled for Thursdays, so long as a team’s rounds are completed by the following Tuesday, they count.

King said interested parties should stop by InsideOut Sports, 561 Russel St., at 6:30 p.m. Thursday for information.

Youth baseball league signups open for Parks and Rec

The many baseball leagues offered for children ages 5 to 15 have begun the registration period for seasons beginning in May.

Youth leagues for players 8-10, 11-12 and 13-15 are accepting signups. There also are coach pitch (ages 7-8), girls slow-pitch softball and T-ball (ages 5-6) leagues available.

The coach pitch, softball and T-ball leagues will play at Woodbury Sports Complex, 350 Mack Lane, while the older youth leagues will have to travel in addition to games played in Craig.

Registration began March 7 and is open through April 10. The seasons are set to begin with practices in late April and games starting in May.

For more information, call Parks and Recreation at 826-2029.

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