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The Frontline 1C

August 16, 2007

Sports

Photos by Pfc. Amanda McBride


HHC, 4th BCT starts off the first play of the 2007 Fort Stewart Intramural Flag Football Rocky Conference against Co. G , 703rd BSB Aug. 8.

703rd zips 4th BCT 13-0 in opener


4th BCT Public Affairs 2007 Stewart-Hunter Intramural Flag 4/3 Brigade Special Troops Bn. trying to them 18-0.
Football Season. take out Co. E, 703rd BSB. The Marne Intramural Football
Company G, 703rd Brigade Support Co. G wasn’t the only team emerging vic- 135th QM beat Co. C 3/7 Inf., 36-18. Conference also started Wednesday with F
Battalion whipped Headquarters and torious in the Rocky Conference. A Co. 3/7 Infantry took up C Co.’s slack Co., 703rd BSB playing 92nd Chemical Co.
Headquarters Company, 4th Brigade three other games were played and sent the 632nd Maintenance Co. back The game turned into a blowout as Co. F
Combat Team, 13-0 in the season-opener of Wednesday with Co. C, 3rd Battalion, 7th to the shop, 13-6. routed 92nd Chemical, 40-6.
intramural flag football at Field 3 Aug. 8 on Infantry Regiment vying to beat 135th In the HHC, 4/3 BSTB game against E Co., The football action continues. See Page
Fort Stewart. Quartermaster Co.; A Co., 3/7th Inf. taking 703rd BSB, the final score left HHC 4/3 3C to find out when and where your teams
The victory gave Co. G the first win of the on the 632nd Maintenance Co.; and HHC, BSTB empty handed with Co. E zipping will play next.

4th BCT steps out with BN runs

Pfc. Amanda Mcbride


Soldiers from 4th Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division, participated in a battalion run Aug. 1. The course was approximately four miles.

MWR sponsors Military Long Drive Championships


Tim Hipps 4. trip to compete in the military divi-
FMWRC Public Affairs Stewart-Hunter will host it’s qual- sion of the RE/MAX World Long
ifier 4-6 p.m. Aug 24 at Taylors Creek Drive Championship Oct. 25 at
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Fort Stewart Golf Course. Palms Golf Club Driving Range in
Golfers are invited to drive for “This is a great opportunity to Mesquite, Nev.
dough in the 2007 Military Long showcase the talents of our military Military personnel who compete
Drive Championship by Cadbury golfers and give them a shot at play- in Mesquite also will be paired with
Schweppes. ing with the pros,” said Bill Sport, celebrities for a separate long-drive
Two dozen Army installations will Army Golf Program manager at the contest to benefit the Children’s
be competing in the competition. Family and Morale, Welfare, and Miracle Network.
One big hitter will win $10,000 Recreation Command. “We’re Since RE/MAX became the title
and bragging rights as the 2007 already working toward expanding sponsor in 1995, the World Long
Military Long Driver. the number of qualifying locations Drive
All active duty military, including in future years.” Championship has evolved from
activated National Guard and Piney Valley Golf Course at Fort a low-key event to one of the pre-
Reserve members, are eligible to Leonard Wood, Mo., and Fort Lewis mier grass-roots golf competitions
compete. (Wash.) Golf Course co-launched in the world. Golfers from 12 coun-
In conjunction with the 2007 the Army Family and MWR tries compete in the finals, which
RE/MAX World Long Drive Command-sponsored event Aug. 3. are televised by ESPN.
Tim Hipps Championships, 25 Army installa- To find a long-drive competition At the 2006 finals, Jason Zuback of
All eyes are focused on a drive launched by reigning NCAA Division tions are hosting local qualifiers location, visit www.ArmyMWR.com. Calgary, Alberta, captured his fifth
I golf champion Jamie Lovemark of the University of Southern open to active duty, National Guard The winners from each of five dis- long-drive crown with a drive of 369
California during a recent exhibition at Fort Belvoir (Va.) Golf Club. and Reserve Soldiers through Sept. tricts will earn an all-expenses paid yards, 29 inches.
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August 16, 2007

Jake’s Body Shop Football registration


extends, soccer ongoing
Starting a safe and Special to the Frontline by CYS/Youth Sports.
Cheerleading is open to members of Youth

successful exercise Fort Stewart promotes a healthy lifestyle


and wants to keep youth active in athletics.
Football, cheerleading and soccer registra-
Services, ages 6-13. For more information,
call CYS at 767-2312 or the Youth Sports office
at 767-4371.
tion is currently underway. All participants must have a current physi-
Jake Battle jogging program in 15 weeks. Go at cal on file at time of registration.
MWR Fitness Director your own pace. Also, volunteer coaches are needed.
CYS football, cheerleading
Starting an exercise routine is one of Fort Stewart’s Child and Youth Services
The challenge tackle football and cheerleading registration CYS soccer tryouts
the most rewarding things you can do. Exercise is one of the best things you has been extended through Aug. 31. CYS fall soccer registration is currently
Here are a few, sim- can do for your Participants may register Monday through underway and will end Sept. 10. This pro-
ple suggestions health. Get out Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Wednesdays until 6 gram is open to all 4-13 year old CYS mem-
that promise to there; and start feel- p.m. at the CYS building 443 on the corner of bers living on or off post. Children must be 4
make exercise even ing and looking Gulick Ave. and Lindquist Rd., behind Corkan and cannot be older than 13 as of Aug. 1.
more enjoyable. great. Pool. Tentative age divisions will be 4-5, 6-7, 8-9,
Football is open to members of Youth and 10-13. The sports registration fee of $25
Safety first Getting results Services, ages 7-13 as of Aug. 1. Age divisions will be waived for up to two children of any
Always remem- 1. Consult your are 7-8, 9-10, and 11-12 (or -13). Participants parent (military or Department of Defense
ber safety comes doctor before you age 13 will be placed on a waiting list and will civilian) currently deployed.
first. Talk with your start exercising, be called if there are enough players to form Register 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday,
doctor before start- especially if you are an 11-13 league. until 6 p.m. Wednesday, at Fort Stewart CYS,
ing an exercise not in good health. All players will be able to participate in Building 443 Gulick Ave., behind Corkan
program, especial- their age division, regardless of weight. All Pool. For more information, call 767-2312 or
ly if you have heart 2. Take your time. equipment, except cleats, will be furnished 767-4371.
or other health You don’t have to be
problems. able to run a
Forget the say-
ing “no pain, no
gain.” Pain is a sign
that something is
marathon in two
months. ‘Canes first win is forfeit
3. If you feel a
wrong. twinge of pain, stop Patty Leon
If you feel even a and let your body Coastal Courier
slight strain or recover. Pushing
sprain as you work out, slow down or yourself to the limit could cause fur- The Hinesville Hurricanes got
stop. ther injury. an unexpected bye-week as the
Savannah Seaport Sharks forfeit-
Start Slowly 4. Make sure you are exercising ed Saturday night’s game.
Start slowly and build up. Do a little within your target heart rate zone. According to head coach
less than you think you can at first. James Sharp, the Seaport Sharks,
Later, when you know your limits, do for various reasons, were forced
more. Also, if you are exercising out- Finding your heart’s to forfeit the entire season this
doors, watch the weather. year.
Days that are very hot or icy cold can
target exercise zone Giving the Hurricanes an extra
drain your system. Learn to dress for week to recuperate injured play-
the weather. 220 - Your age X 60% = ers and perfect the offense with a
new quarterback. This may pro-
min. target heart rate vide them with the strategy they
Target zone
220 - Your Age X 90% = will need to get their first true
Check your pulse periodically to see
if you are exercising within your target max. target heart rate win.
heart rate zone. As you become more The Hurricanes will meet their
fit, try exercising within the upper Monitor your pulse for one next opponent at a new home
range of your target heart rate zone. field on Fort Stewart.
minute to make sure it is in The ’Canes are prepping to
See the table below to discover your
this range. play the South Georgia Stars at 7
target heart rate zone and get the max-
imum benefits from your workout. p.m. Saturday at the Youth
Example: 220-40 x .60 = Services football stadium.
Admission is $6. Children 12 Patty Leon
Listen to your body 108 beats per minute.
and younger get in free. Hinesville Hurricanes head coach James Sharp
Listen to your body and build up
Everyone attending will need shows his blocking skills against Timothy Sapp. The
your routine slowly, if needed. If you
to present his or her ID at the team now stands 1-3; due to Saturday’s forfeit against
find a particular week’s routine tiring,
entrance of Fort Stewart. the Sharks.
repeat it before going on to the next
level.
You do not have to complete the
walking program in 12 weeks or the
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August 16, 2007

2007 INTRAMURAL FLAG FOOTBALL STANDINGS


Marne Conference Rocky’s Conference
WON LOST PCT WON LOST PCT
F 703rd BSB 1 0 1.000 135th QM Co. 2 0 1.000
B Co. 4/64 Armor 0 0 0.000 E 703rd BSB 2 0 1.000
HHC 4/64 Armor 0 0 0.000 A Co. 3/7 Inf. 1 1 0.500
E Co. 4/64 Armor 0 0 0.000 G Co. 703D BSB 1 1 0.500
C Co. 4/64 Armor 0 0 0.000 C Co. 3/7 Inf. 1 1 0.500
549th MP Co. 0 0 0.000 632nd Maint. Co 0 1 0.000
NCO Academy 0 0 0.000 HHC 4/3 BSTB 0 1 0.000
92nd Chem Co. 0 1 0.000 HHC 4th Bde. 0 2 0.000

Standings are as of Aug. 13

2007 INTRAMURAL FLAG FOOTBALL SCHEDULE


Marne Conference
C Co. 4/64 Armor vs 92nd Chemical Co. Field 1 8:30 p.m. Aug. 20 F Co. 703rd BSB vs C Co. 4/64 Armor Field 3 7:30 p.m. Sept. 05
HHC 4/64 Armor vs B Co. 4/64 Armor Field 3 8:30 p.m. Aug. 20 B Co. 4/64 Armor vs 92nd Chemical Co. Field 3 8:30 p.m. Sept. 05
B Co. Armor vs 549th MP Co. Field 3 6:30 p.m. Aug. 22 HHC 4/64 Armor vs 549th MP Co. Field 1 8:30 p.m. Sept. 11
HHC 4/64 Armor vs 92nd Chemical Co. Field 3 7:30 p.m. Aug. 22 B Co. 4/64 Armor vs NCO Academy Field 3 8:30 p.m. Sept. 11
E Co. 4/64 Armor vs C Co. 4/64 Armor Field 3 8:30 p.m. Aug. 22 C Co. 4/64 Armor vs HHC 4/64 Armor Field 1 6:30 p.m. Sept. 12
NCO Academy vs F Co. 703rd BSB Field 1 8:30 p.m. Aug. 27 B Co. 4/64 Armor vs E Co. 4/64 Armor Field 1 7:30 p.m. Sept. 12
549th MP Co. vs E Co. 4/64 Armor Field 3 8:30 p.m. Aug. 27 92nd Chemical Co. vs NCO Academy Field 1 8:30 p.m. Sept. 12
HHC 4/64 Armor vs E Co. 4/64 Armor Field 1 6:30 p.m. Aug. 29 549th MP Co. vs NCO Academy Field 3 6:30 p.m. Sept. 17
B Co.. 4/64 Armor vs F Co. 703rd BSB Field 1 7:30 p.m. Aug. 29 92nd Chemical Co. vs E Co. 4/64 Armor Field 3 7:30 p.m. Sept. 17
549th MP Co. vs 92nd Chemical Co. Field 1 8:30 p.m. Aug. 29 F Co. 703rd BSB vs HHC 4/64 Armor Field 3 8:30 p.m. Sept. 17
549th MP Co. vs C Co. 4/64 Armor Field 1 8:30 p.m. Sept. 04 E Co. 4/64 Armor vs NCO Academy Field 1 6:30 p.m. Sept. 19
HHC 4/64 Armor vs E Co. 4/64 Armor Field 3 8:30 p.m. Sept. 04 F Co. 703rd BSB vs 549th MP Co. Field 1 7:30 p.m. Sept. 19
NCO Academy vs HHC 4/64 Armor Field 3 6:30 p.m. Sept. 05 B Co. 4/64 Armor vs C Co. 4/64 Armor Field 1 8:30 p.m. Sept. 19

Rocky’s SCHEDULE
135th QM Co. vs E Co. 703rd BSB Field 1 6:30 p.m. Aug. 20 HHC 4/3 BSTB vs HHC 4th BDE Field 1 6:30 p.m. Sept. 04
C Co. 3/7 Inf. vs HHC 4th Bde. Field 3 6:30 p.m. Aug. 20 E Co. 703rd BSB vs C Co. 3/7 Inf. Field 3 6:30 p.m. Sept. 04
G Co. 703rd BSB vs 632nd Maint. Co. Field 1 7:30 p.m. Aug. 20 A Co. 3/7 Inf. vs G Co. 703rd BSB Field 1 7:30 p.m. Sept. 04
A Co. 3/7 Inf. vs HHC 4/3 BSTB Field 3 7:30 p.m. Aug. 20 135 QM Co. vs 632nd Maint. Co. Field 3 7:30 p.m. Sept. 04
G Co. 703rd BSB vs C Co. 3/7 Inf. Field 1 6:30 p.m. Aug. 27 632nd Maint Co. vs C Co. 3/7 Inf. Field 1 6:30 p.m. Sept. 11
135th QM Co. vs HHC 4/3 BSTB Field 3 6:30 p.m. Aug. 27 135th QM Co. vs HHC 4th Bde. Field 3 6:30 p.m. Sept. 11
E Co. 703rd BSB vs 632nd Maint. Co. Field 1 7:30 p.m. Aug. 27 HHC 4/3 BSTB vs G Co. 703rd BSB Field 1 7:30 p.m. Sept. 11
A Co. 3/7 Inf. vs HHC 4th Bde. Field 3 7:30 p.m. Aug. 27 E Co. 703rd BSB vs A Co. 3/7 Inf. Field 3 7:30 p.m. Sept. 11