Noon Lions Ringer Alley

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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 

Horseshoe League Spring & Summer Nights


Weatherford Horseshoe Club invites you out! Mondays at 6:30pm - Spring League begins March 20th. There are pitching distances for men, women and children.  Establish a handicap and enter a Texas  Horseshoe Pitchers Association tournament.  No experience necessary. No horseshoes, no worries, we have extras.

Monday, October 30th is the last League Night for 2017. The League Nights are closed for the remainder of the year but will resume next spring.  See below.  Join us next spring.  You can pitch any time at the pits so come on up and improve your game for next spring.


Contact Us


Parks, Recreation & Special Events


119 Palo Pinto St
Weatherford, TX 76086
Email
P: 817-598-4124
F: 817-598-4354
Love Street Park
309 Love Street
Weatherford, TX 76086

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2017 Tournament Winners

Championship

Results of Weatherford Horseshoe Pitching Classic

The first sanctioned horseshoe tournament in Weatherford took place this past weekend. With Weatherford’s new pits, the Texas Horseshoe Pitching Association placed Weatherford on their schedule of tournaments. 

Coming from around the state, 3 class champions were crowned.  Winners: 30ft Danny Patterson, Clifton, in one game he made 70% ringers. Second: Jerry Hickenbottom, Georgetown; 40ft winner Ronnie Wolf, Windthorst, tied at the end of play and won a pitch off game.  Second: Daniel Wood. 
B-Mixed: Marie Logan, Glen Rose.  Weatherford’s own, Mike Rhoten, second.  Marie and Mike split their two games but she had more overall wins. 

Pictured are:  Mike Rhoten and Marie Logan

Weatherford Classic Rhoten pic

Weatherford claims Championship in Second Annual Parker County High School Horseshoe Tournament

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”.

2017 Fall HS Champion

Champion: Springtown Raynee Henderson & Mason Schmalken

2017 Weatherford HS Second

Second: Weatherford Kaden Bell & Hagen Kemp

Weatherford Claims Team Trophy
The Weatherford High School Horseshoe Pitching Team came to Saturday’s event ready to see history made.  Participating in the first ever Parker County High School Horseshoe Pitching Tournament, ringers were quite common and Weatherford won the Team Trophy.  Male Champions were crowned from Weatherford High, Alex Soap and Kaden Bell.  Their record was 4 wins and 1 loss.  Cole Wright and Dakota Shafer were in the final game for the Partners Championship but were nosed out by the Springtown Partners.  The Noon Lions would like to thank Principal Kristy Dowd for putting the Weatherford Team together.  Included are pictures of Singles Champs Alex Soap and Kaden Bell, Weatherford Team members are Dakota Shafer, Alex Soap, Cole Wright and Kaden Bell.


2016 Parker County High School Tournament Winners

2017 WHS Singles Pic (2)
WHS 2017 Team Pic (2)

2016 Horseshoe Pitching Tournament 

Champion Winners 2
Ringer Alley Championship Winners: Champion: John Allison; Runner Up: John Terry; 3rd: Mike Photen