Originally incorporated in 1955, the Pensacola Sports Association (PSA) is a private not-for-profit agency and one of the oldest sports commissions in the country.
PSA's annual events include the Pensacola Double Bridge Run, Annual Awards Banquet, High School All-Star Football, Volleyball, Soccer, Softball and Baseball games, Senior Scholar-Athlete Awards Banquet, Racquet Roundup tennis clinics, Bud Light Charity Challenge Tennis Tournament and Pensacola Marathon.
Racquet Roundup free tennis clinics in 2013 will be :
June 3 - 5 at Roger Scott Tennis Center June 14 at University of West Florida June 26 at Hollice T. Williams Park July 25 - 26 at Shoreline Park July 29 at NAS Pensacola
Children may attend any or all of the clinics; there is no charge. Online registration is available at the link at the end of this article (also no charge), or forms are available at the local tennis centers.
The University of West Florida Baseball team ended thier run at another NCAA Championship by losing to Tampa Sunday afternoon. UWF won the first game of the day, forcing a playoff, but then lost to Tampa.
Congratulations to Coach Mike Jeffcoat and the 2013 Argos for a great season!
The 2013 Senior Scholar-Athletes from Escambia and Santa Rosa county schools were recognized at an awards banquet last night. 216 seniors were named scholar-athletes from their respective schools.
Overall Male Scholar-Athlete for 2013 is Patrick (PJ) Dunne from Gulf Breeze High School; the Overall Female Award winner is Alexis Hazard of Pensacola Catholic High School.
Individual sport award winners: Baseball Avery Geyer (Catholic) Boys Basketball Nicholas Bookout (Gulf Breeze) Boys Cross Country Alec Clark (West Florida) Football Blake LaDouceur ((Pace) Boys Golf Joey Stills (Catholic) Boys Soccer Maurice Inkel III (Catholic) Boys Swimming Keith Krisman (Pace) Boys Tennis Carl Dawson (Washington) Boys Track Nicholas Benton (Navarre) Boys Weightlifting Austin Bracey (Pace) Wrestling Beau Doerr (Gulf Breeze)