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SOHC Newsletter March 2013_Page_1

Special Olympics Hamilton County

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FALL SPORTS

Registration: August 1st through August 15th

Practice: September through November

 

Bowling: Bowling is one of the favorite sports played by our athletes. Some modifications are made for athletes with physical disabilities such as athletes that use bowling ball ramps for wheelchair purposes. We offer Individual (Singles) Competition, and Unified (4 person) Team. This sport offers athletes and unified partners a chance to practice and compete together. Open to ages 8+.  The area competition is held in November and the State Competition is held in December.  Coach: Chelsie Hufferd 

Practice: Sundays, 12:30-2:30pm, Bowl 32 in Noblesville.

 

Disc Golf: Disc Golf gives athletes and unified partners a chance to have fun and exercise, while taking in nature. Practice takes place on a course made specifically for disk golf in Carmel. Disc Golf is designed for athletes of all ages and skill level. This sport offers  athletes and unified partners a chance to practice and  compete together. Open to ages 8+.  Coach: Kraig Proctor 

Practice: Wednesdays, 6:00-7:00pm, Lawrence Inlow Park.

 

Swimming: Open to ages 8+.  Swimming is open to all levels of swimmers.  The only alert is that we do not offer structured swim lessons for athletes that have never been in the water.  We work with the swimmers to excel to the best of their abilities.  Athletes learn swimming techniques by practicing, getting in shape, and have lots of fun.  s by learning swimming techniques.  Practices are held on Monday and Saturday at Noblesville High School.  Spring and Fall Seasons.  Coach: Tom Derksen

 

Soccer: Soccer is considered the world's most popular sport for children and adults around the world.  Athletes are able to improve their overall physical fitness through training and competition. In addition to offering traditional soccer, Special Olympics Soccer offers individual skills competition to allow athletes to train and compete in basic soccer skills. The development of these key skills is necessary prior to advancing to team competition.This sport offers athletes and unified partners a chance to practice and  compete together. Open to ages 8+. Coach: John Stoller  

Practice: Mondays, 6:00-7:00pm, Roy Holland Memorial Park

 

Pom Squad (Sparkettes):  Poms offers athletes (ages 8+) and unified partners (age 15+) a chance to practice and compete together. Athletes will learn basic pom/dance skills & terminology, along with basic cheers for events. Squad members will be expected to attend practice weekly, high school/Hamilton County unified events, & local competitions. Coach: Tiffany Yust

Practice: Wednesdays, 6:00-7:00pm, White River Christian Church

 

 

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