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April 24, 2014

Sports Shorts: April 24, 2014

Harvey running track for Beekmantown

BEEKMANTOWN — Kiersten Harvey will be a member of the Beekmantown girl’s track and field team this season. Harvey did not appear on the original roster submitted to the Press-Republican.

McDonald and Champine to play for AuSable Valley

CLINTONVILLE — Senior Mike McDonald (returner) will catch and play third base and junior Tyler Champine (newcomer) will play both infield and outfield for the AuSable Valley baseball team. McDonald did not appear on the original roster submitted to the Press-Republican, while Champine was accidentally excluded.

NCTA sponsoring Summer Mixed Tennis League

PLATTSBURGH — The North Country Tennis Association will again sponsor the Annual Summer Mixed Tennis League.

The league will start on May 21 and finish on August 27. Matches will be held every Wednesday beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Plattsburgh State Field House courts.

Anyone interest in participating should call 563-2419. Leave your name and telephone number if no one is available to answer the phone. 

Bowl Mart to hold McGoldrick Scholarship tourney

CHAMPLAIN — Bowl Mart Lanes will be hosting the 6th annual John McGoldrick scholarship tournament April 27. There will be two shifts starting at noon and continuing until 3 p.m. For more information, call 297-6106.

Hendrickson Hatch Fly Fishing tourneycoming to Malone

MALONE — Malone will be host to the 10th annual Hendrickson Hatch Fly Fishing Tournament during the weekend of May 31 and June 1.

Tournament registration will run from 8 a.m until 9:45 a.m at North Country Community College’s Tulloch campus. Fishing will begin at 10 a.m. on May 31 and ends at 2 p.m on June 1. Registration fee is $40 for adults and $15 for children 16 and under. All proceeds for the tournament will go to the Malone Revitalization Foundation for continued enhancement of the Salmon River.

An awards ceremony and chicken and ribs barbeque will be held at 2 p.m on Sunday afternoon at the North Country Community College’s Tulloch campus.

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