Press-Republican

July 23, 2013

Sports Shorts: July 23, 2013


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---- — Summer Sizzle Zumba Party Wednesday at Y

PLATTSBURGH — The Plattsburgh YMCA will be hosting a Summer Sizzle Zumba Party on Wednesday from 6-8 p.m.

Price of the event is $5 for Y members and $10 for nonmembers. Bring a food item for the local food shelf. Dance and party with our Y instructors and special guest instructor, Leo.

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Hunter education courses offered

WILLSBORO — The Willsboro Fish & Game Club will be holding hunter education classes on the following dates: Aug. 8 from 6-9 p.m., Aug. 9 from 6-9 p.m. and Aug. 10 from 8 a.m.-noon.

For more information call Marshall Crowningshield at 569-8317 or Edward Moudin at 962-4542.

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Lake Champlain Martin 16 Regatta Aug. 3-4

COLCHESTER, Vt. — The Northeast Disabled Athletic Association (NDAA) and the Malletts Bay Boat Club (MBBC) are pleased to announce the 11th annual Lake Champlain Martin 16 Invitational Regatta to be held Aug. 3 and 4 at the Malletts Bay Boat Club in Colchester, Vt. Events start at 9 a.m. each day.

The regatta is one of the oldest in New England and sees some of the best sailors with disabilities sail the innovative Martin 16 sloop and vie for the prestigious Berg Cup. Sailors with spinal cord injuries, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injuries and other physical disabilities come from all over North America.

The public is welcome and there are plenty of opportunities for meeting sailors. A silent auction is planned to raise funds for NDAA. Registration is still open for sailors.

NDAA is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization located in Burlington, Vermont that provides athletes with physical disabilities the opportunity to pursue recreational and competitive athletics. NDAA offers a competitive and recreational adaptive sailing program out of the Moorings on Lakeshore drive in Colchester.

To register for the Regatta, contact Brad Stephenson at bstephenson3@gmail.com or 802-399-8000.

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Farbotko selected to NABC Honors Court

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Matt Farbotko, a Rouses Point native and a senior forward on the Sage Colleges men’s basketball team, was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Honors Court for the second straight year. A law and society major at Sage, Farbotko graduated this year, becoming the men’s basketball program’s first four-year letterwinner and the program’s all-time leading scorer.

The NABC Honors Court recognizes student-athletes who excelled in academics during the 2012-13 season. In order to be named to the Honors Court, an athlete must meet a high standard of academic criteria: 1. Academically a junior or senior and a varsity player; 2. Cumulative G.P.A. of 3.2 or higher at the conclusion of the 2012-13 academic year; 3. Students must have matriculated at least one year at their current institution; 4. Member of an NCAA Division I, II, III, or NAIA Institution.

Farbotko closed his stellar collegiate career with 1,244 points after becoming the first player in the team’s history to join the 1,000 point club. He also added a personal-best 413 points his senior season, a Sage single-season scoring record.

A two-time Sage Scholar-Athlete Honoree, he was also named to the Skyline Conference Scholar-Athlete Team four times during his career and earned back-to-back selections to Sage’s Athletic Honor Society.

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MacDougal Memorial Softball Tourney Aug. 3-4

MORIAH — The Leo MacDougal Memorial Scholarship Softball Tournament will be held Aug. 3 and 4 at Pepper Field in Moriah. For information, contact William MacDougal, Sr. at 304-3386 or bmacd149@gmail.com.

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Beauharnois, Chase win Tour de Rand Hill

PLATTSBURGH — Bruce Beauharnois and Alicia Chase captured the men’s and women’s overall championships, respectively, at the YMCA Tour de Rand Hill July 20. Beauharnois finished the race in 45 minutes. Chase clocked 50:24, almost four minutes faster than her winning time in 2008.

Thiry-three cyclists completed the 14-mile uphill ride, which began at the YMCA and finished at Camp Jericho. Many participants have competed every year since the event began in 2005 with just 10 riders.

Portions of the proceeds go to financial assistance for children to attend summer camps.

1, Bruce Beauharnois, 45:00**. 2, Tom Giuliano, 47:28*. 3, Scott Provost, 47:28*. 4, Jay ruff, 47:50*. 5, Roy Brinker, 48:43. 6, Matthew Speirs, 49:02. 7, Nate Hammaker, 49:37. 8, Jerry Macner, 50:19. 9, Brian White, 50:23. 10, Alicia Chase, 50:24**. 11, Steve Bailey, 50:50. 12, Ed Armstrong, 50:55. 13, Henry Buchala, 50:55. 14, Brooke Kelley, 52:06*. 15, Randy Kelley, 52:08. 16, Tom Brown, 52:57. 17, Stanley Hatch, 53:17. 18, Donnie Armstrong, 55:01*. 19, Jason Amoriell, 56:50. 20, Sabine Amoriell, 56:50*. 21, Thomas Doolittle, 58:05*. 22, Joel Wolkowicz, 59:40. 23, Mark Makhoff, 59:47. 24, Rob Wray, 1:00:50. 25, Marty Lynch, 1:01:58. 26, Jeff Bombeck, 1:02:09. 27, Jeff Bombeck, 1:02:09. 28, Marlon McDonald, 1:05:44. 29, Scott Hite, 1:10:23. 30, Don West, 1:11:24. 31, Ralph Senecal, 1:12:38. 32, John Callaghan, 1:13:40. 33, Ron Nolland, 1:30:50.

** Overall winner

* Age category winner

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Dutch Craumer Memorial winners announced

PLATTSBURGH — The team of Tommy Bruno, Nate Graves, Nate Durkee and Matt Davis took first place at the third annual “Dutch” Craumer Memorial Golf Tournament held July 13 at Bluff Point Golf Resort. The team of Evan Bruno, Matt Parks, Jordan Maille and Dan Chilton placed second, and third place went to Krista VanArman, Joshua Russell, John Vasile and Tyler Oliver. Sal Mercurio and Krista VanArman won the longest-drive contests, while Evan Bruno and Konnor Baker won the closest-to-the-pin contests.

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Mayor’s Cup Fun Run results announced

PLATTSBURGH — Fifty-seven runners competed in the Mayor’s Cup Fun Run hosted by the Clinton County Youth Bureau July 13 at the City Beach.

Quarter mile

Zach Engstrom 1:52; Trenton Griffiths 1:54; Marcus Griffiths 2:03; Gianpaolo Griffin 2:16; Edward Sweenor 2:26; Mia Perez 2:27; Ayla Blaise 2:45; Drew Engstrom 2:50; Cecilia Roberts 2:56; Arthur Trudo 3:00; Jaquez Gervich 3:16; Quinn Gallagher 3:21; Will Withall 3:23; Calla Allen 3:46; Mark Piecerno 3:49; Emaline Miller 3:54; Jayden Christensen 4:02; Lilah Theeman 4:52; Connor Rosenbaum 4:59; Noah Hains 5:07; Jack Demers 5:09; Sophia Caska 5:15.

Half mile

Nathaniel Finley 4:28; Richard Griffin 4:30; Matthew Baines 4:31; Ella Faubert 4:42; Marcus Griffiths 4:51; Louis Sweenor 5:03; Torie Wells 5:35; James Lynch 6:30; Ryan Dewers 6:32; Cecilia Roberts 6:36; Liam Christensen 6:47; Brennan Peters 7:07; Brandon Coleman 7:53; Alaire Allen 8:00.

1 mile

Ben Ouellette 5:50; Kayla Dandurand 6:05; Peter Griffin 6:06; Haley Ladue 6:34; Matther Macner 6:53; Evan Ohlster 6:55; Jenna Ohlster 6:59; Katie Demers 7:00; Rachel Cliché 7:20; Christy Bresnahan 7:30; Sam Wells 7:33; John Bourgeois 8:16; Molly Lynch 8:33.

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Ryan, Duffy-Coryer capture 5k at Fun Run

CADYVILLE — Despite the weather on July 17, and the threat of thunderstorms, the Cadyville Fun Run still had just over 100 runs. The storms held off and the runners were able to enjoy somewhat cooler weather.

The winner of the ¼ mile was Ben Lambert with a time of 1:52. Landon Pandolph won the ½ mile in 3:34 and Matt Bergen ran 7:10 to win the mile.

The first male in the 5k was Mitch Ryan in 17:20 and Kelly Duffy-Coryer claimed first place for the women in 20:12.

¼ mile

1, Ben Lambert, 1:52. 2, Edward Sweenor, 2:21. 3, Brennan Peters, 2:31. 4, Maxwell Coryer, 2:57. 5, Gracen Pandolph, 3:05. 6, Kali Norcross, 3:15. 7, McKenzie Cia, 3:18. 8, Brady Stone, 3:37. 9, Olivia Drowne, 3:38. 10, Isabelle Bergevin, 3:40. 11, Unknown, 3:57. 12, Zoey Blair, 4:02. 13, Vincenzo Francescomi, 4:19. 14, Peyton Stone, 4:34. 15, Parker Stone, 4:35.

½ mile

1, Landon Pandolph, 3:34. 2, Ben Lambert, 3:43. 3, Luis Sweenor, 3:47. 4, Landan Drew, 4:02. 5, Jackson Coryer, 4:12. 6, Brady Blair, 4:14. 7, Riel DeAngelo, 4:19. 8, Carson Ryan, 4:31. 9, Ethan Freenan, 4:46. 10, Rowan Wood, 4:53. 11, Atia Francescomi, 4:53. 12, Nathaniel Lambert, 5:01. 13, Ayla Blaise, 5:12. 14, Ally Agnew, 6:10.

Mile

1, Matt Bergen, 7:10. 2, Pat Ryan, 7:25. 3, Joshua Bergen, 7:37. 4, Matt Rugar, 7:41. 5, Rachal Woodruff, 7:42. 6, Steven Masten, 8:20. 7, Jeff Rugar, 8:30. 8, Kevin Norcross, 8:32. 9, Lea DeJordy, 8:34. 10, Sofia DeJordy, 8:35. 11, Erik Woodruff, 9:13. 12, Landon Pandolph, 9:19. 13, Ryley Pierce, 9:50. 14, Evan Ohlsten, 10:12. 15, Andrew Woodruff, 10:27. 16, Kye Norcross, 10:28. 17, Ben Lambert, 10:34. 18, Colleen Pandolph, 10:36. 19, Anthony Sardella, 10:43. 20, Larry Christon, 10:50. 21, Jenna Ohlsten, 10:57. 22, Sasha Hurlock, 11:03. 23, Bryce DeAngelo, 11:21. 24, Luke Moffette, 11:40. 25, Tuker Smith, 11:43. 26, Greg Smith, 12:31. 27, Tyler Freeman, 12:40. 28, Pat Hamlin, 12:41. 29, Nathaniel Lambert, 12:42. 30, Arthur Trudeau, 12:55. 31, Nicole Trudeau, 12:57. 32, Lisa Smith, 16:03. 33, Jackie Provost, 16:20. 34, Donna Masten, 18:10. 35, Aidan Masten, 18:10.

5k

1, Mitch Ryan, 17:20. 2, Jeremy Drowne, 17:22. 3, Matt Bedards, 19:08. 4, Brian Wilson, 19:58. 5, Justin Liechty, 20:07. 6, Kelly Duffy-Coryer, 20:12. 7, Chad Dachenaw, 20:25. 8, Ernie Follmer, 21:32. 9, Anna Rabideau, 22:37. 10, Cullen Coryer, 22:41. 11, John Semens, 23:47. 12, Ashley Leta, 23:59. 13, Dan Lennon, 23:59. 14, Lynn Ohlsten, 24:03. 15, Steve Vogl, 24:23, 16, Taylor Manor, 24:32. 17, Shannon Drowne, 24:52. 18, Jim Ohlsten, 25:29. 19, Richard Armstrong, 25:59. 20, Bill Price, 26:22. 21, Brian Snell, 26:36. 22, Beth Christon, 27:29. 23, Ted Doherty, 28:15. 24, Pip Allen, 28:45. 25, Tom Moffett, 29:11. 26, Patrick Paquin, 29:15. 27, Emily Avery, 29:56. 28, Gary Lambert, 30:17. 29, Dan Hamilton, 30:29. 30, Mike Bergevin, 30:51. 31, Unknown, 33:41. 32, Marsha Hamilton, 33:42. 33, Rachel Rice, 33:43. 34, April Hamilton, 33:50. 35, Rachel Everleth, 34:03. 36, Bridget Stone, 36:30. 37, Taylor Stone, 36:32. 38, Trinity Paquin, 36:57.