---- — Coaching forms past due
PLATTSBURGH — The following teams have not sent in coaching forms for the fall 2013 season to the Press-Republican. Previews are being written and if your team is to be included, forms should be sent in immediately. Jersey numbers should be included if your sports uses them.
Check with your athletic directors for information, or contact the Press-Republican at email@example.com
Boys’ soccer- AuSable Valley, Saranac, Crown Point, Indian Lake/Long Lake, Minerva-Newcomb, Schroon Lake.
Girls’ soccer- Saranac Lake, Chazy, Elizabethtown-Lewis, Seton Catholic, Westport, Crown Point, Keene, Indian Lake/Long Lake, Minerva-Newcomb, Schroon Lake.
Girls’ swimming- Moriah, Peru.
Gymnastics- Beekmantown, Plattsburgh.
Volleyball- Northern Adirondack, Northeastern Clinton, Lake Placid, Plattsburgh, Saranac, Saranac Lake.
Cross Country- Northeastern Clinton, Saranac Lake, Seton Catholic, Ticonderoga.
Labor Day Gainer, Blueberry Fall Classic results
PLATTSBURGH — The Labor Day Gainer, Blueberry Fall Classic was recently held at the Barracks Golf Course.
Finishing in first was two-time winner Todd Lamare, who teamed up with Andy Burgess to win by seven strokes. Skins went to Dave Terry, Matt Dion, Matt Liberty and Ed Pepper.
Danny Bushey won the high-man out award with a 108. Cliff Goff shot his best tournament round with help from Sweeny Slice.
Plattsburgh F.C. soccer announces travel team tryout dates
PLATTSBURGH — The Plattsburgh F.C. soccer club is announcing that it will schedule its 2014 travel team tryout dates later in September.
Registration forms are now available for current members or any new players who are interested in joining the club.
Those interested can download a registration form from the Plattsburgh F.C. website at www.plattsburghfc.com and mail it to the club at PO Box 2641, Plattsburgh, N.Y., 12901.
Potential participants will be contacted shortly about tryout dates. There is no fee to tryout for any P.F.C. travel team.
For more information about the club, visit the team’s website or contact the club’s director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wynn and Duprey lead weekly Bicycle Time Trials
POINT AU ROCHE — Mike Wynn returned to the North Country for his one ride of the season on the 10-mile course and again turned in the fastest time of the season, 21:45.
Jack Piller was second with time of 22:14 and Corey Hamelin was third at 23:47. Mary Duprey posted the fastest time for the women with a time of 24:42 with Erin Rasco second at 25:27 and Lynne Murray third at 26:04.
Twenty one riders participated in the event. The bridge on the 25-mile course should be open by Labor Day, which means the long course should be open for the rest of the season. Plan to start by 5:40 for the 25-mile course
The Time Trials take place on Wednesday nights at the Pt. au Roche firehouse on the Lakeshore Rd. The event is free and open to all novice and experienced riders, road bikes or mountain bikes. Helmets are mandatory and all riders must obey the rules of the road. Sign-up starts around 5:30 with the first rider going out at 6 p.m. There are three courses for riders to choose from 5, 10 or 25 miles.
1. Mike Wynn – 21:45, 2. Jack Piller – 22:14, 3. Corey Hamelin – 23:47, 4. Matthew Speirs – 24:18, 5. Scott Woodward – 24:38, 6. Mary Duprey – 24:42,
7. Jay Ruff – 24:43, 8. Erin Rasco – 25:27, 9. Lynne Murray – 26:04, 10. Ed Armstrong – 26:25, 11. Brian White – 26:27, 12. Eric Kreckel – 26:44, 13. Henry Buchala – 27:07, 14. Craig Jabaut – 27:45, 15. Heather Jabaut – 27:50, 16. Alicia Chase – 28:08, 17. Martain Milloux – 28:54, 18. Bob Donlan – 29:23, 19. Art Rasco – 30:42, 20. John Callaghan – 31:40, 21. Stephanie West – 33:56.