ABOUT THE PITS
Noon Lions Ringer Alley is located in Love Street Park and has 12 pits available to the public for practice, league nights, tournaments and qualifies to host the State Doubles Horseshoe Championship. Begun as an idea, nourished through 2 years planning and implementation, completed and opened on June 30, 2016. The "Noon Lions Ringer Alley" is a sanctioned set of pits through the Texas Horseshoe Pitchers Association
2018 - HORSESHOE LEAGUE NIGHTSIt's Horseshoe Pitching Time!
The Weatherford Horseshoe Club will begin pitching every Monday night at 6:30 pm starting March 12th at the Love Street Park “Noon Lions Ringer Alley” pits. We will pitch until Daylight Savings Time changes in the fall.
No Shoes, we have extras. Join us and show us your game. The pits are open 7 days a week. Men, women, children can all pitch as each has different pitching distances.
The Texas Horseshoe Pitching Association conducted a tournament in Weatherford Saturday, May 19, 2018. Twenty Six contestants pitched in 4 classes.
A Class 30 ft winners: 1st Wendell Simpson, 2nd Dee Mings, 3rd Ronnie Howard;
A Class 40 ft winners; 1st Ronnie Wolf, 2nd Robert Valley, 3rd Dan Wood;
B Class Mixed: 1st Chuck Hunter, 2nd Steve Fuhrmann, 3rd Randy Johnson:
C Class Mixed: 1st Marie Logan, 2nd Tony Ritchey, 3rd Eric Mancilla.
Horseshoe Pitching has a Church Champion. Brownstone won the inaugural Weatherford Church Tournament Sat May 5. New Life was a close second. Both teams made the tournament interesting as each won close games and the score ended with Brownstone 70 points, New Life 50 points.
The Tournament was one of partners. Brownstone team Kenny and Dr. Ken won the Partner Championship over New Life team Suedmeyer and Nichols on the last pitch. A ringer sealed the game for them. Kenny and Dr. Ken had to win a pitch off to gain the tournament final spot.
The Weatherford Horseshoe Club, the Noon Lions Club along with the Parks Dept want to thank all participants. Everybody had a good time and the fellowship was great.
Pictured are: Mike Rhoten and Marie Logan
Weatherford won the County Championship for a second year in a row. The lone holdover from the Weatherford’s team last year, Kaden Bell, teamed up with Hagen Kemp and they won second place in the tournament. The other teams from Weatherford were Jacob Hale and Alex Hernandez and the third team was Presley Walker and Jaycee Brannon. The Weatherford Noon Lions hosted the tournament again this year. A traveling County Championship trophy will remain in Weatherford until next year. The winning partner team was from Springtown. Raynee Henderson won the partners event this year and also last year making it two years in a row. Her partner this year was Mason Schmalken. Thanks to all the students who came out. “Keep on pitchin”.
Champion: Springtown Raynee Henderson & Mason Schmalken
Second: Weatherford Kaden Bell & Hagen Kemp