Comcast does kids' golf

Wednesday, August 8, 2001 at 12:00am

Comcast Cable and The Golf Channel will bring "Drive, Chip & Putt Jr. Golf Skills" to Nashville. Registration begins today at 3:30 p.m. with the competition following at 4-6 p.m. The event will take place at the Hermitage Golf Course and is open to children ages 7-12.

Participants will be split into three age groups: 7-8, 9-10 and 11-12. Eighteen prizes will be awarded in each age group.

The first-place winners in each age group will advance to Atlanta for the regional qualifying tournament Aug. 26.

Footage from the event will be broadcast on The Sports Factory on ESPN 2 Saturday, Aug. 11 at 10:30 a.m.

Women's soccer

The Nashville Women's Soccer Association is seeking new players for the fall season, which begins Aug. 12. The nine-team league is made up of players of all different ages and skill levels. For more information, or to sign up, call Susan Barber at 269-8909.

Comcast to broadcast high school football games

Comcast Sports Southeast has announced they will broadcast live coverage of area high school games beginning this fall with Pat Sperduto, head coach of the Nashville Kats, serving as the commentator.

Joining Sperduto will be Blake Fulton, the host of The Late Edition who will be doing the play-by-play, and former MTSU player Larry Ridley reporting from the sidelines.

All games can be seen on Comcast channel 98. Beginning

Sept. 1 Comcast will re-locate to channel 27.

Aug. 17 Brentwood Academy vs. Brentwood High School

Aug. 24 LaVergne vs. Antioch

Aug. 31 Mt. Juliet vs. Hendersonville

Sept. 7 CPA vs. Goodpasture

Sept. 14 Pearl Cohn vs. Whites Creek

Sept. 21 Overton vs. Dickson

Sept. 28 Franklin vs. Centennial

Oct. 5 MBA vs. Brentwood Academy

Oct. 12 Hillsboro vs. Hillwood

Oct. 19 MBA vs. Father Ryan

Oct. 26 FRA vs. Ezell-Harding

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