SPORTS DIGEST

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Timber Creek baseball player signs with Oklahoma college

Recent Timber Creek grad Greg Barnette will continue his baseball career at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha.

Barnette was named second-team all-district in 2013 with the Falcons varsity team.

Falcons golfer signs scholarship to Ranger College

Steven Williams, who recently graduated from Timber Creek High School, has signed a golf scholarship at Ranger College in Ranger.

Williams was a three-year varsity athlete who qualified for regionals in 2011 and made the first-team all-district squad.

Nelson football player signs with Stephen F. Austin

Former Bobcats defensive end Halen Haire, who recently graduated, has signed with Stephen F. Austin in Nacogdoches.

Haire was a three-year varsity player who was honored with a first-team all-district selection in his 2011 season.

KISD athletics registration online

Keller ISD student athletes in grades 7-12 must fill out and submit UIL and district forms before the first day of the 2013-2014 school year, Aug. 27.

This year, forms will be completed online at www.kellerisd.net (under Students and Families, Athletics, Athletics Registration).

The registration process includes an annual physical and medical history form which must be completed by a parent and a physician, which can be printed out from the registration site and must be returned to the campus the student attended last year.

Registration for i9 flag football

Registration for i9 Sports flag football for boys and girls age 4-14 ends Aug. 19.

The registration fee for Keller/North Fort Worth and Grapevine-Colleyville play is $140 until Aug. 19 and $155 after Aug. 19.

Leagues run for eight weeks through the fall and feature 5-on-5 teams with no intentional contact allowed.

Volunteer coaches are also sought, subject to mandatory background check.

For more information, visit www.i9sports.com.

- Stephen English

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