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May 15, 2014

Sports Shorts: May 15, 2014

Carpenter Memorial golf tourney setfor May 23

PLATTSBURGH — The 2014 Carpenter Memorial Golf Tournament, sponsored by the Seton Catholic Booster Club, will be held on Friday, May 23 at The Barracks Golf Course. Entry fee is $35 for members of The Barracks and $50 for non-members. The cost to sponsor a hole is $150 and if a team is entered with sponsorship, one golfer will play for free.

The three-person scramble has a noon shotgun start. Make checks payable to the Seton Catholic Booster Club. For more information, contact Mike Jodoin, at 569-3304.

Clinton County Mariners schedule tryouts

PLATTSBURGH — The Clinton County Mariners American Legion baseball program will hold tryouts for its U19 and U16 teams at 5 p.m. Sunday at Chip Cummings Field.

For more information, contact general manager Harold Leclaire at haroldleclaire382@yahoo.com or 569-4936.

Bowl Mart hosting doubles tourney May 16

CHAMPLAIN — Bowl Mart Lanes will host a doubles 9-pin tournament at 7:30 p.m. May 16. There will be a buy-a-strike option. If bowlers don’t have a current average, men will use 170 and women 140. For more information, call 297-6106 or 578-5027.

Adirondack Freeze F.C. moves outside for team selection

LAKE PLACID — The Adirondack Freeze F.C. will begin team organization and for the travel team segment of the new, year-round soccer club at 4 p.m. May 18 at the Lake Placid Elementary School athletic field.

May 12 was the final indoor session, which was held over 12 weeks at the Lake Placid Olympic Training Center with a focus on individual soccer skills.

The club expects to have two or three teams, and the first practice will be May 21 at the Lake Placid Elementary School field. There will be seven to eight practices prior to the first games, and players will be “carded” by the national governing body of soccer so they can travel and compete in tournaments in U.S. and Canada. The season will run through July 12, when the club will host a youth soccer tournament in Lake Placid.

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