Press-Republican

June 30, 2013

Sports Shorts: June 30, 2013

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---- — Spring All-Star photos, information needed

PLATTSBURGH — Season information and photos are needed for the All-Star teams from the spring season.

The following schools are missing photos: Beekmantown (softball), Moriah (softball), Northeastern Clinton (baseball, softball), Peru (softball), Plattsburgh (softball).

The Press-Republican also requests that all coaches send in information on their players that made the All-Star team by Monday if they have not done so already.

Cardinal Hoop Camp has openings

PLATTSBURGH — The Cardinal Hoop Camp for girls ages 8 to 17 still has openings. The camp will be hosted at the Memorial Hall Gymnasium on the Plattsburgh State campus from July 8 to12. For more information or questions, contact coach Cheryl Cole at coleca@plattsburgh.edu or 564-4147.

Michelob Golf Classic at for July 21

PLATTSBURGH — Plattsburgh Distributing will host the Michelob Golf Classic on Sunday, July 21 at Bluff Point Golf & Country Club. The Michelob is believed to be the longest running golf event, dating back more than 40 years.

This year’s event will be individual match play. Golfers will be flighted according to their handicaps in three or four flights based on the number of entries. Golfers age 65 and over may play from the gold tees assuming they have an established handicap from the golds. Golfers are encouraged to enter as foursomes, but individuals will be accepted and paired up.

There will be gross and net prizes in each flight, as well as an optional skins game. The entry fee is $30 for members and $60 for non-members. Space is limited and golfers are encouraged to sign up early. For more information, contact Casey, at kcflynn11@charter.net or call 572-7479.

Open soccer nights start July 3

ROUSES POINT — Friends of NCCS Girls Soccer will be hosting open soccer nights at the Rouses Point Recreation Park on Wednesday evenings, beginning July 3. If interested in short workout and small-field scrimmaging to tune up for the high school season, please join us. All are welcome at no cost. The sessions will run from 6:30 to 8 p.m., and players should bring water and a soccer ball.

Also, the NCCS Girls U18 group participating in the Plattsburgh Recreation League on Sunday afternoons still has space available. Register online or call Tim Matott at 297-2437 for details.

Siberian Rod & Gun Club meeting July 12

DANNEMORA — The Siberian Rod & Gun Club will meet at the clubhouse at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July l 2.

Chateaugay students raise over $7,000 in benefit

CHATEAUGAY — On June 4, students at Chateaugay Central School jumped all over heart disease and stroke by participating in the Jump Rope For Heart. The students raised more than $7,000 for the American Heart Association, which funds research, programs and education to fight heart disease and stroke, our nation’s No. 1 and 4 killers, respectively.

“I’m so pleased with the success of this year’s event,” said Michelle Reynolds, Jump Rope For Heart coordinator. “Our students get so excited for this event; it’s a big party atmosphere. Grades one through six were sponsored by family and friends. Our small community always gives so much.”

Jump Rope For Heart is a program that promotes physical activity and heart health through jumping rope and is co-sponsored by the American Heart Association and the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.

To make a donation or to find our more about Jump Rope For Heart, call the nearest American Heart Association office or call 1-800-AHA-USA1 (1-800-242-8721) or visit heart.org/jump.

Welch aces 14 at North Country

ROUSES POINT — Chris Welch recorded his second hole-in-one of his golf career as he aced No. 14 at North Country Golf Club. Welch used a 7-iron on the 160-yard par 3. The shot was witnessed by T.J. Armstrong, Brian Wilson and J.R. Eithier, all members of NCGC.

Mayor’s Cup Run for Fun on July 13

PLATTSBURGH — The Clinton County Youth Bureau and City of Plattsburgh Recreation Department will co-host the Mayor’s Cup Regatta Youth Run for Fun on Saturday, July 13. Registration will begin at 10 a.m. The run will take place at the City Beach.

The runs are for youth of all ages and their parents. Ages six and under will run a quarter-mile distance. Ages seven to 10 will run one-half mile. Ages 11 to 14 will run one mile.

The run is free, and there will be warm-up stretching and running tips for the participants. For further information, please call the Youth Bureau at 565-4750.

Brady Frazier Softball Tourney set for July 13-14

ST. REGIS FALLS — The third-annual Brady Frazier Memorial Scholarship Softball Tournament will be held July 13 and 14 in St. Regis Falls. It will be a co-ed (five guys, five girls), three-pitch tournament with a double-elmination format. Cost is $125 per team. Twelve teams have been confirmed already and as many as possible will be accepted. There will be prizes, raffles, concession stand and music. Cash pay out is $500 for first place, $400 for second and $300 for third. For more information, contact Dan Rondeau at 856-9610 or yankdan33@yahoo.com.

Over 200 runners compete in Cadyville fun run

CADYVILLE — Over 200 runners came out to participate in week two of the Cadyville Fun Run Series held on June 26.

Jeremy Drowne won the 5K in 17:20 and Kelly Duffy-Coryer was the first female finisher in 20:33. Caleb Moore won the one-mile run in 6:32, Louis Sweenor the one-half mile run in 3:43 and Grace Willmott the one-quarter mile run in 2:00.

The fun runs, sponsored by the Town of Plattsburgh and CVPH, are held on Wednesdays at 6 p.m. at the Cadyville Recreation Center. Registration begins at 5:15 p.m. and is free and open to runners of all ages and abilities.

One-quarter mile

1, Grace Willmot, 2:00. 2, Chase VanArman, 2:14. 3, Brady Blair, 2:18. 4, Ryan Demers, 2:26. 5, Edward Sweenor, 2:28. 6, Nathaniel Lambert, 2:44. 7, Mazie Sellars, 2:46. 8, Isabelle Bergevin, 2:50. 9, Ali Agnew, 2:58. 10, Maxwell Coryer, 3:00. 11, Cohen Youngman, 3:05. 12, Kali Norcross, 3;11. 13, Alex Watts, 3:13. 14, McKenzie Lucia, 3:18. 15, Quinn St. Hilaire, 3:25. 16, Nicholas Damiani, 3:32. 17, Elise Hathaway, 3:41. 18, Madelyn Anctil, 3:42. 19, Helena Cordic, 3:47.

20, Abigail Carter, 3:52. 21, Brooke Bilow, 3:54. 22, Jack Demers, 3:56. 23, Kallie St. Hilaire, 4:01. 24, Brady Stone, 4:02. 25, Gracie Baxter, 4:06. 26, Savannah Lukasiewicz, 4:11. 27, Zoey Blair, 4:17. 28, Olivia Drowne, 4:18. 29, Evan Barnes, 4:26. 30, Liam Osborne, 5:09. 31, Kaitlin Cross, 5:22. 32, Parker Stone, 5:29. 33, Peyton Stone, 5:36. 34, Teagan Willmott, 5:42. 35, Peter Church, 5:48. 36, Oliver Church, 5:52. 37, Logan Henley, 5:55. 38, Julia Ryan, 5:59. 39, Garret Agnew, 6:11.

One-half mile

1, Louis Sweenor, 3:43. 2, Landon Giroux, 3:44. 3, Bailey VanArman, 3:47. 4, Lucas LaForest, 3:49. 5, Caswell McCoy, 3:53. 6, Brandon Sweet, 4:24. 7, Monique Allen, 4:26. 8, Allison Garman, 4:29. 9, Ethan Freeman, 4:29. 10, Jackson Coryer, 4:30. 11, Brady Blair, 4:33. 12, Brielle DeAngelo, 4:37. 13, Carson Ryan, 4:40. 14, Abby Henley, 4:45. 15, Connor Bushey, 4:53. 16, Madeline Hathaway, 4:58. 17, Camryn Thew, 5:05. 18, Adrian Barnes, 5:09. 19, Paige Ubl, 5:11.

20, Gracie Damiani, 5:14. 21, Ryan Demers, 5:14. 22, Atia Francesconi, 5:15. 23, Maizie Sellars, 5:26. 24, Nathaniel Lambert, 5:32. 25, Madelene Carter, 5:35. 26, Lindsey Shanley, 5:43. 27, Chelsea Ashline-Beaudet, 5:54. 28, Ayla Blaise, 6:00. 29, Alex Sirk, 6:20. 30, Alex LaForest, 6:25. 31, Tannor Bushey, 6:27. 32, Zachery Sirk, 6:28. 33, Trent Boynton, 7:18. 34, Alex Watts, 7:34.

One mile

1, Caleb Moore, 6:32. 2, Andrew LePage, 7:04. 3, Matt Rugar, 7:42. 4, Dominic Allen, 7:45. 5, Lea DeJordy, 7:48. 6, Thomas Orzech, 7:49. 7, Sophia DeJordy, 7:55. 8, Joseph Ashline, 7:58. 9, Eamon Graves, 8:02. 10, Braxton Montville, 8:20. 11, Savannah DeJordy, 8:21. 12, Sam DeJordy, 8:24. 13, Michael Prenoveau, 8:29. 14, Nora Graves, 8:31. 15, Christina Fray, 8:51. 16, Ethan Vaughn, 8:55. 17, Jeff Rugar, 9:00. 18, Marah Chiappalone, 9:10. 19, Evan Ohlsten, 9:16.

20, Pascale Allen, 9:19. 21, Olivia Chiappalone, 9:22. 22, Aidan Masten, 9:25. 23, Ethan Barnes, 9:26. 24, Amanda Vaughn, 9:43. 25, Stephen Masten, 9:47. 26, Ryley Pierce, 9:50. 27, Theron Giroux, 9:51. 28, Tony Sardella, 9:52. 29, Blake Moravec, 10:12. 30, Donna Primiano-Masten, 10:14. 31, Kennedy Ubl, 10:17. 32, Toni Barnes, 10:20. 33, Isaac Garman, 10:24. 34, Maiya Giroux, 10:27. 35, Tristen VanArman, 10:30. 36, Gabby Grant, 10:35. 37, Bryce DeAngelo, 11:02. 38, Celeste Lukasiewicz, 11:03. 39, Kye Norcross, 11:10.

40, MaryAnne Wilson, 11:25. 41, Katie Demers, 11:30. 42, Jenna Ohlsten, 11:32. 43, Dana Grant, 11:43. 44, Nick Bilow, 12:08. 45, Reece Sharran, 12:11. 46, Kathryn Larson, 12:13. 47, Reese Montville, 12:19. 48, Carlie McCoy, 12:24. 49, Maizie Sellars, 12:51. 50, Nathaniel Lambert, 13:00. 51, Macayla Scofield, 13:01. 52, Alexis Brown, 13:08. 53, Abby Clemens, 13:11. 54, Michele Bushey, 13:13. 55, Pat Ryan, plus Julia, 13:13. 56, Tyler Freeman, 13:22. 57, Rowan Wood, 13:39. 58, April Holder, 13:43. 59, Kobe St. Hilaire, 14:01.

60, Melaina Dragon-Nageo, 14:06. 61, Ashley Orzech, 14;12. 62, Faylene Montville, 14:28. 63, Darcy Ziemer, 14:39. 64, Gemma Orzech, 14:44. 65, Greg Smith, 14:48. 66, Tucker Smith, 15:06. 67, Ella Mansfield, 15:17. 68, Max Noviski, 15:18. 69, Jaycob Gough, 15:27. 70, Brielle DeAngelo, 15:30. 71, Chris DeAngelo, 15:38. 72, Elizabeth Blake, 15:47. 73, Lisa Smith, 16:38. 74, Melissa Gough, 17:13. 75, Beth Montville, 17:14. 76, MaryLou Morgan, 17:50. 77, Linda Rivers, 17:53.

5K

1, Jeremy Drowne, 17:20. 2, Matt Medeiros, 17:54. 3, Evan Page, 18:47. 4, Brian Wilson, 19:03. 5, Kelly Duffy-Coryer, 20:33. 6, Jared McLean, 22:16. 7, Kolby Kitterle, 22:26. 8, Ernie Follmer, 22:29. 9, Danny Williams, 22:42. 10, Margaret Champagne, 22:44. 11, Anna Rabideau, 22:50. 12, Mark Orzech, 23:14. 13, Maddy Munn, 23:21. 14, Tyler Grant, 23:22. 15, Kathy Champagne, 23:24. 16, Ellen Thew, 23:29. 17, Melissa Whyman, 23:32. 18, Camry Church, 23:35. 19, Cullen Coryer, 23:37.

20, Nicole Turcotte, 23:40. 21, Gus Light, 23:40. 22, Beth LePage, 24:08. 23, Todd Moravec, 24:10. 24, Grant Moravec, 24:11. 25, Lynn Ohlsten, 24:27. 26, Shannon Drowne, 24:45. 27, Erik Ziemer, 24:46. 28, Nathan Hammaker, 25:19. 29, Alexander Wilson, 25:39. 30, Chris Demers, 25:50. 31, Matt Bilow, 26:08. 32, Bill Price, 26:35. 33, Richard Armstrong, 26:42. 34, Brian Snell, 26:47. 35, Keith Bombard, 26:48. 36, Declan Giltz, 27:07. 37, Brian Thew, 27:21. 38, Andrew Follmer, 27:37. 39, Jolee Yeddo, 27:40.

40, Leanne Macey, 27:55. 41, Morgan Kelly, 27:59. 42, Beth Christon, 28:19. 43, Kate Flynn, 28:43. 44, Connie Garman, 28:54. 45, Dan Hamilton, 29:14. 46, Laura Defayette, 29:36. 47, Christina Bushey, 29:37. 48, Ben Lambert, 29:50. 49, Gary Lambert, 29:51. 50, Lee Cyphers, 30:07. 51, Renee Bator, 30:15. 52, Emily Avery, 30:17. 53, Ted Doherty, 30:39. 54, Melissa Doherty, 30:39. 55, Rachael Everleth, 30:40. 56, Logan Youngman, 30:42. 57, Jeremy Youngman, 30:43. 58, Shannon Bond, 30:50. 59, Taylor Manor, 30:51.

60, Kyle Pellerin, 30:51. 61, Conor Carrigan, 31:07. 62, Diane Crawford, 31:20. 63, Jon Ubl, 31:23. 64, Danielle Lukasiewicz, 32:14. 65, Larry Christon, 32:22. 66, Kaden Cringle, 32:37. 67, Kevin Norcross, 32:42. 68, Kade Sellars, 32:49. 69, Preston Sellars, 32:51. 70, Gareth Mansfield, 33:18. 71, Marc Boynton, 33:22. 72, Adam Wood, 33:36. 73, Liz Boynton, 33:45. 74, Marsha Hamilton, 35:05. 75, Shaye Larrabee, 35:44. 76, Chad Henry, 35:49. 77, April Hamilton, 37:11. 78, Rachel Rice, 37:12. 79, Joanne Daniels, 37:23. 80, Rebeca Duval, 37:24. 81, Caroline Wilson, 40:21. 82, Rebecca Holzer, 41:35. 83, Dale Holzer, 41:37.

North Country Baseball Camp results announced

PLATTSBURGH — More than 40 young men braved the elements last week to take part in the North Country Baseball Camp at South Acres.

Competition results

Single A (5-6)

Base running- Caswell McCoy; Throwing accuracy- Michael Mannix; Gold glove- Will Vega; Hitting- Sam Bingel; Bunting- Jake Recore.

Double AA (7-8)

Base running- Matthew Faville; Throwing accuracy- Gabe Suprenant; Gold glove- Jack Reidy; Hitting- Anthony Marion; Bunting- Brady Mannix.

Triple AAA (9-10)

Base running- Myles Mitchell; Throwing accuracy- Kurt Ouellette; Ground ball gold glove- Aiden Suprenant; Fly ball gold glove- Jared Duquette; Hitting- Kurt Ouellette; Bunting- Kurt Ouellette.

Major League (11+)

Base running- Kaden Kowalowski; Throwing accuracy- Sebastian Sauve; Gold glove- Kaden Kowalowski; Hitting- Justin Burdo; Bunting- Kaden Kowalowski.

NYSEF Open winners announced

LAKE PLACID — The 15th annual New York Ski Educational Foundation (NYSEF) Open Golf Tournament was held June 9 at the Lake Placid Club. More than 30 teams played in a traditional scramble format on the historic Mountain Course. Several NYSEF alumni, athletes, and supporters, including Tommy Biesemeyer and Andrew Weibrecht of the U.S. Ski Team, joined in the match in support of NYSEF.

The winning team took home the NYSEF Open Cup and drew first choice from the prize table.

Results

1st Place Lowest Net Team and winner of the NYSEF Open Trophy: Bob King, Arthur Lussi, Jon Rutnik and Peter Sennett

Longest drive: Gold- Ed Gibbs; Blue- Max Brady; White- Chip Clark; Green- Cristi Ciccio-Kloc

Closest to the Pin: Gold- Bill Hurley; Blue- John Rosenthal; White- Pete Torrance; Green- Cristi Ciccio-Kloc

Michelob Golf Classic set for July 21

PLATTSBURGH — Plattsburgh Distributing will host the Michelob Golf Classic July 21 at Bluff Point Golf Resort. The Michelob is believed to be the longest-running local golf event, dating back more than 40 years.

The event will be individual medal play, and players will be flighted according to their handicaps. There will be three or four flights, based on entries. Participants age 65 and older may play from the gold tees, assuming they have an established handicap from the golds. Players are encouraged to enter as foursomes, but individuals will be accepted and paired up. There will be gross and net prizes in each flight as well as an optional skins game.

The cost is $30 for members and $60 for non-members. Space is limited, and players are encouraged to sign up early. To sign up, contact Casey at kcflynn11@charter.net or 572-7479.

Adirondack Fly Fishing Festival July 13

KEENE VALLEY — The Mountaineer will host the First-Annual Adirondack Fly Fishing Festival on July 13. This festival will give anglers of all abilities the chance to hone their skills and demo new equipment. Free ECHO rod demos, free casting clinics led by local guide Ken Kalil, and local fly tier demonstrations will take place at The Mountaineer from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. No registration is required for the free demos and clinics.

Those looking for more in-depth instruction can register for the all-day Fly Fishing School led by local guide and Federation of Fly Fishers Casting Instructor Stan Oliva. Half of the day will be spent in the classroom, and half will be spent outside practicing casting techniques. Pre-registration is required, and the price is $100. More information is available at mountaineer.com/fly-fishing-festival.

The Festival will be capped off with a film — “SOULFISH 2” by Mikey Wier — and reception at the Keene Arts Playhouse, located on Route 73 in Keene (between Stewart’s and Town Hall). Tickets are $10 at the door, with proceeds benefiting the Au Sable and Boquet River Associations. Refreshments will be provided. There will also be a raffle of gear.

For more information, contact Vinny McClelland at vinny@mountaineer.com or Holly Blanchard at holly@mountaineer.com.