Registration for indoor fall soccer league is underway
Registration for the APEX fall indoor soccer league opened on Aug. 1 and will run through Sept. 17.
The season itself begins on Sept. 15 and runs through Nov. 2, and has leagues available to players ages of five years old through adult.
The APEX Indoor Sports Center is located at 1741 Commerce Drive in Mansfield.
Visit www.apexindoorsports.com for more information on registration.
Ice Hockey association to host third annual golf tournament
The Mansfield Ice Hockey Association will host it's third annual golf tournament on Sept. 27, with registration at 7 a.m. a shotgun start at 8 a.m. at the Mansfield National Golf Club.
The golf package includes the top three times, the longest drive, straightest drive, the two closest to the pin and Mulligans are solf at $5.00 each, with a total of four Mulligans per person.
The cost is $400 per team or $110 per person and the entry fee is due by Sept. 12.
According to the web site, www.mansfieldhockey.org, the tournament will feature “Green and Cart fee, unlimited Range balls, course GPS, tournament services and a BBQ lunch. Tournament results summary sheet will be provided at awards ceremony. Additional tournament services include: cart assignments, local rules sheet and scoreboard maintenance.”
Participants may also take advantage of a 15 percent discount at the club's pro shop on all in-stock merchandise on the day of the tournament.
Visit the organization's website listed above for more information.
Registration for adult basketball league has begun
Registration for the fall basketball league through the City of Mansfield Parks and Recreation department started on Aug. 1.
It can be completed during regular office hours at the Mansfield Activities Center located at 106 South Wisteria St.
The team fee is $325 and the winning team receives a championship shirt.
Registration runs through Sept. 9 and the season itself starts on Sept. 16.
Contact the Mansfield Activities Center at www.quickscores.com/mansfield for more information.
– John English