Recreation

Recreation Briefs, April 29

SIGN UP NOW FOR WATER FESTIVAL SPORTS SERIES

The Beaufort Water Festival Championship Sports Series is currently accepting registration. Teams will be required to participate in at least six sporting events. Leaderboard positions will be posted nightly during the festival.

For more information, email sports coordinator Clark Robinson at sports@bftwaterfestival.com, or go to www.bftwaterfestival.com.

Event sponsors and general sponsorships are being sought for the 57th annual Beaufort Water Festival. For more information on becoming a sponsor, go to www.bftwaterfestival.com.

IVAN LENDL'S DILLON WINS RICHLAND COUNTY TITLE

Madison Dillon of Hilton Head Island won the Girls 12 division last weekend in the Richland County Challenger near Columbia. Dillon, a full-time student at Ivan Lendl International Junior Tennis Academy on Hilton Head Island, did not drop a set all weekend and only lost a total of two games throughout the tournament.

GREEN MACHINE WIN BLUFFTON BASEBALL TOURNAMENT

The Bluffton Green Machine, a 12-and-under baseball team, went undefeated last weekend while claiming the championship in the USSSA April Heyday Classic 12U Tournament at Oscar Frazier Field in Bluffton.

The Green Machine defeated the Georgia Line Drive, Hilton Head Hurricanes, Bluffton Breeze and Bluffton BYS travel teams en route to the championship.

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