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May 9, 2014

Sports Shorts: May 9, 2014

Crab Island Memorial Golf Tournament set

PLATTSBURGH — The 10th annual Crab Island Memorial Golf Tournament, sponsored by The American Legion Post 1619 and Michelob Ultra, will be held on July 19 at the Barracks Golf Course.

There will be a 9 a.m. shotgun-start. All proceeds will go to a full scholarship to Clinton County Community College.

Registration forms have been mailed to last years team captains. The deadline for the before-mentioned registration and money is June 19.

After June 19, the tournament will be open to the public. A waiting list is welcomed.

To sign up for the waiting list or for more information, call Post 1619 at 561-8706 or I Rock at 643-8587.

Plattsburgh FC U18 takes second place

ROTTERDAM — The Plattsburgh Football Club U18 girls team took home second-place in the 17th Annual Rotterdam Youth Soccer Kickoff Classic on April 27.

The team did not give up a goal on the day, defeating Brunswick, 1-0 and Rip Van Winkle 2-0. The team also tied 0-0 with New Lebanon and Rotterdam.

The tournament was based on points and PFC fell just short of Saratoga for the top spot.

The team, coach by Mary LoTemplio, includes: Anna Lashway, Rachel Venne, Elle Warwick, Kinnan Latremore, Rachel Pombrio, Hananh Laurin, Olivia Blaise, Brooke Knight, Amy LoTemplio, Summer Gillespie, Rebecca Heywood, Lindsey Harris, Amie Eggleston, Paige Spittler, Madison Murnane and Rachel Knapp.

Those unable to play were Hailey McLaughlin, Lily Whalen and Kayla Napper.

Placid Planet hosts Wilmington-Whiteface Race

WILMINGTON — Team Placid Planet will hold its Wilmington-Whiteface (Road Bike) Race Weekend on May 31to June 1 in Wilmington, including the inaugural Wilmington Circuit Race on Saturday and the 7th Annual Wilmington-Whiteface Road Race Sunday.

There are fields for all categories from category 5 (beginner) men and category 4 (beginner) women to elite men and women. Other fields include masters men and women of all ages and juniors between the ages of 9 and 18.

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