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June 23, 2013

Sports Shorts: June 23, 2013

TC Skills basketball camp has openings

PLATTSBURGH — The TC Skills boys’ basketball camp, run by the Plattsburgh State men’s basketball coaching staff, still has openings and is accepting walk-ins on Monday, June 24 starting at 8:30 a.m. at Memorial Hall.

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Beekmantown Y.C. to hold football camp

BEEKMANTOWN — The Beekmantown Youth Commission will be holding a football camp from June 24 to June 28 at the Beekmantown Recreation Park from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. each day.

Former Dartmouth College player Jack Daly will be instructing on fundamental skills, as well as seven-on-seven games. Equipment should include sneakers or rubber cleats, form-fitting mouth guard and water bottle.

This is a non-collision camp, open to children in grades three and older. Those interested can register the first day of the camp (8:30 a.m.). For more information, contact Sanford Coakley, at 563-4650 or 561-1149.

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AMVETS awards banquets Monday, Tuesday

MALONE — The AMVETS little league and t-ball teams will hold their awards and pizza banquet on Monday for t-ball and Tuesday for Division 1, starting at 6 p.m. All players are asked to wear their uniforms. All coaches and parents are invited. The banquet will be held at the AMVETS clubhouse.

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Adirondack Marathon still has spots for Boston runners

SCHROON LAKE — The Adirondack Marathon had previously announced that 50 Boston Marathon runners who were prevented from finishing their race would be offered free entry into this year’s Adirondack Marathon. Those that had previously entered the lottery are guaranteed a place on the starting line, but a number of spots are still available. The Adirondack Marathon will take place Sept. 22 in Schroon Lake. Runners loop the lake, facing a terrain that dwarfs the infamous Heartbreak Hill.

Visit adirondackmarathon.org/boston to register. Be prepared to enter your Boston bib number as well as the usual entry information. Winners will be chosen by a lottery in early July.

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