---- — NCGC hosting Labatt Invitational today
ROUSES POINT — The 22nd-Annual Labatt Invitational will be held today at the North Country Golf Club. There are 42 teams entered and there will be a shotgun start at noon.
1A- Patrick Welch, John Coryea, guest, guest
1B- John Zurlo Jr., Craig Chenevert, Rob Babbie, Scott Post
1C- Alan Cardin, Kevin Gero, Gary Boulerice, guest
1D- Gary Rowe, Tony Lamberton, guest, guest
2A- Matt Parrot, Rich Ashline, Bryan Bechard, Danny Dalessanders
2B- Mike Ashline, Eric Barie, Cory Black, Oliver Barie
3A- Michael Becker, Michael Marshall, Mac LaVigne, Matt Davnais
3B- Mike Phillips, guest, guest, guest
4A- Terry Bosley, Linda Decoste, Mary Lou Gadway, Deb Mesec
4B- Kim Ashline, Dawn Ashline, Maggie Barie, guest
5A- Devan Ashline, Dale Tetreault, Bret Bosley, Mike Relation
5B- Chad Welch, guest, guest, guest
6A- James Mackinnon, D. Abbott, Bryan Mackinnon, Todd Hebert
6B- Josh McMillan, Matt Liberty, Cory Liberty, Matt Deon
7A- Matt Fredette, Rusty Bigelow, Dave Hackett, Chris Dubay
7B- Chris Welch, Tom Juneau, Cody Roberts, Lee O’Neil
8A- Ethan Votraw, Dan Votraw, guest, guest
8B- Phil Katsouros, Paul Katsouros, guest, guest
8C- Kathy Ashline, Anne Bouyea, Joy Laporte, Mary Jo Jubert
8D- Mike O’Meara, Steve Sweeney, Todd Lamare, guest
9A- Larry Bechard, Ryan Bechard, Bill Anctil, guest
9B- Mike Kowalowski, Steve Beaudette, Wayne Alger, Jerry Alger
10A- Jim Cring, Rod Provost, Ken Cring, Dave Brooks
10B- Greg Cody, Deb Cody, guest, guest
11A- Kevin C., Tom Mitchell, guest, guest
11B- Jeff Warren, Randy Brown, Devan Hill, Bill Hill
12A- Charles Haywood, Josh Haywood, Rob Rhino, Brad Lincoln
12B- Glenn Coupal, guest, guest, guest
13A- T. Desrocher, S. Brown, guest, guest
13B- Gerry Duprey, Chris deGrandpre, John Seguin, Greg Reynolds
14A- Casey Greeno, Jared Wooden, Chris Brooks, guest
14B- Jacques Godin, guest, guest, guest
15A- Caroline Hayes, guest, guest, guest
15B- Brian Lutes, Jack Westaway, Michel Martel, Andre Leveille
16A- Josh Russell, Evan McGibbon, Trevor Toll
16B- Travis Mesec, Harvey Suprenant, Donald Mesec, guest
17A- Barton VanLeuvan, Lee Jubert, David Ashline, William Bechard
17B- Donald Cooke, Larry Gadway, Jerry Deyo, Dave Kokes
17C- C. Desrocher, C. Fish, T, Cook, A. Baker
18A- Patrick Sample, Brian Watts, Pat Ryan, guest
18B- Mike Castine, John Southwick, Robbie Dragoon, Ryan Armstrong
Another 18 With Mike Saturday
PLATTSBURGH — The annual Another 18 With Mike Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday at The Barracks Golf Course.
8 a.m.- B. Zuckerman, K. Zuckerman, J. Barr, D. Barr
8:09 a.m.- M. Cutaiar, A. Cutaiar, S. Cutaiar, B. Cutaiar
8:18 a.m.- A. Sherman, J. Dingman, M. Jubert, N. St. Dennis
8:26 a.m.- J. Jeffords, K. O’Connor, B. King, C. Jerry
8:35 a.m.- M. O’Connor, L. Jeffords, M. Flynn, Doc O’Connor
8:44 a.m.- M. Rogers, J. Wanzung, J. Kennedy, guest
8:53 a.m.- J. Guynup, K. Defayette, J. Burdo, S. Andrews
9:01 a.m.- G. Ryan, M. Ryan, M. Jodoin, N. Chase
9:10 a.m.- M. Marlow, S. Marlow, S. Desautels, C. Lawfer
9:19 a.m.- T. Sherman, K. Neverett, T. Leary, S. Poirier
9:28 a.m.- E. Barber, A. Lacombe, K. Bryant, M. Ryder
9:37 a.m.- J. Breyette, D. Breyette, M. Fredette, M. Brown
9:46 a.m.- C. Adams, W. Adams, A. Dubuque, P. Dubuque
9:54 a.m.- B. Pooler, B. Pooler, W. Bennett, K. Bennett
10:03 a.m.- R. Hewson, J. Hewson, J. Garcia, C. Garcia
10:12 a.m.- P. Carpenter, J. Carpenter, C. Leonard, S. Leonard
10:21 a.m.- M. Jenkins, H. Jenkins, J. Jenkins, N. Lapage
10:30 a.m.- C. Carpenter, J. Lamarche, J. St. Dennis, guest
10:39 a.m.- R. Converse, J. Carpenter, D. Sears, D. Perrotte
10:48 a.m.- K. Garrant, T. Fleury, M. Snow, guest
10:57 a.m.- P. Sherman, J. Sherman, B. Dingman, P. Dingman
11:05 a.m.- S. Neverett, K. Neverett, G. Ross, A. Ross
11:14 a.m.- The Green Room
11:23 a.m.- J. Maggy, guest, guest, guest
11:32 a.m.- S. Flanagan, guest, guest, guest
11:41 a.m.- Z. Latinville, M. Wahl, J. McMillan, S. Beaudette
11:50 a.m.- E. Henry, P. Trippi, R. Gladue, L. Gladue
11:59 a.m.- M. Graupner, T. Allen, B. Durling, S. Lange
12:07 p.m.- D. Abernethy, T. Ransom, E. Atkins, M. Bousquet
12:16 p.m.- G. Carroll, P. Sturm, B. Maille, K. Gluck
12:25 p.m.- A. Pemrick, M. Juneau, T. Juneau, S. Campbell
12:33 p.m.- J. Akey, C. Garcia, S. Monahan, M. Davis
12:41 p.m.- M. Sample, T. Coupal, C. Colburn, C. Keating
12:50 p.m.- T. Wyand, D. Larson, K. Mousseau, B. Meconi
12:58 p.m.- J. Carpenter, A. Sherman, M. Rogers, J. Peterman
Round 2 of Modified Series tonight
AKWESASNE — Mohawk International Raceway returns to action tonight with the second round of the Frenchie’s Chevy Runs Deep 358 Modified Series along with a full program for Sportsman, Pro Stocks, Mod Lites and Bandits. There will also be an exciting fireworks display.
After getting rained out last week, Mohawk Raceway officials are looking forward to getting back to racing. Last year’s Frenchie’s Chevy Runs Deep 358 Modified Series champion and Mohawk Raceway Track Champion Billy Dunn won the first event of the 2013 Frenchie’s Series earlier this season and will be looking to capture the 50-lap feature win.
The Frenchie’s Chevy Runs Deep Series began in 2009 as Roy Tarbell took home the inaugural championship. Todd Stone claimed titles in 2010 and 2011. Dunn won the championship in a very close battle on the final night last season.
Pit gates and spectator area will open at 4 p.m., and heat-race action will get underway at 7:30 p.m. Pit Admission is $30 with DIRTcar License and $35 without. Grandstand Admission is $20 ($5 for children 12 and under).
Plattsburgh Soccer Camps start Monday
PLATTSBURGH — The Plattsburgh Soccer Camps at the US Oval will run July 8 through 12.
Option 1, for ages 3 to 6, will be from 9 to 11 a.m. Sessions for 3-year-olds will run from 9 to 10 a.m. or 10 to 11 a.m. and cost $55. Cost for players ages 4 to 6 is $80. To register, contact Karin Sherman at 569-0333.
Option 2 will run from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for ages 6 to 13. The cost is $100. Option 3, for ages 14 to 18, will run from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and cost $100. To register, contact Chris Waterbury at 570-7727.
Gove named Academic All-American, granted scholarship
PLATTSBURGH — The awards continue to roll in for Teal Gove of the Plattsburgh State women’s hockey team as the recent graduate was named Capital One Academic All-American of the Year for the Division III Women’s At-Large Program.
The Berwick, Ont., native becomes the first Plattsburgh State student-athlete to be selected as a Capital One Academic All-American of the Year.
Gove was also named to the Capital One Academic All-America Division III Women’s At-Large First Team, which is a follow-up to her Third-Team selection in 2012.
She is one of just two women’s ice hockey players to be recognized on this year’s Division III At-Large Team, which is selected annually by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Gove was also one of 58 student-athletes to receive an NCAA Winter Postgraduate Scholarship. Each winter, 29 male and 29 female winter sports student-athletes from across all divisions each receive an award of $7,500.
Gove graduated in May with a bachelor’s of science in biology, maintaining a 3.83 grade-point average during her time at Plattsburgh State. She will be continuing her studies in the fall at McGill University in Montreal, Que.
To be eligible for Academic All-America consideration, a student-athlete must be a varsity starter or key reserve, maintain a cumulative grade-point average of 3.3 on a scale of 4.0, have reached sophomore athletic and academic standings at his/her current institution and be nominated by his/her sports information director.
To qualify for an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, student-athletes must excel academically and athletically, be in their final year of eligibility and plan to pursue graduate study. Student-athletes must also maintain at least a 3.2 grade-point average and be nominated by their institution’s faculty athletics representative.
Beauharnois, Rasco fastest in time trials
POINT AU ROCHE — Bruce Beauharnois rode the 10-mile course in a time of 22 minutes, 14 seconds to win the bicycle time trial ahead of Eric Bollt and Jerry Macner on Wednesday. The top woman was Erin Rasco, who finished fifth overall in 26:13.
The time trials run every Wednesday evening at the Point au Roche firehouse on Lakeshore Rd. The event is free and open to all novice and experienced riders, road bikes or mountain bikes. Helmets are required, and riders must obey the rules of the road. Sign-up starts around 5:30 p.m. and the first rider starts at 6 p.m. Riders interested in the 25-mile event should plan to start 15 to 30 minutes earlier.
1, Bruce Beauharnois, 22:14; 2, Eric Bollt, 23:21; 3, Jerry Macner, 24:26; 4, Ed Armstrong, 26:01; 5, Erin Rasco, 26:13; 6, Lynne Murray, 26:16; 7, Stacey Brooks, 28:42; 8, Donnie Armstrong, 28:47; 9, Scott Bollt, 29:19; 10, Ralph Senecal, 29:25; 11, Sandy Rasco, 29:27; 12, Paul Rorbah, 29:54; 13, Art Rasco, 30:15; 14, Sean Tyrell 30:34; 15, Joe Gardner, 34:13; 16, Stephanie West, 35:09.