PSU softball doubleheader moved to today
PLATTSBURGH — Poor field conditions and the threat of rain forced the Plattsburgh State softball team to push its home doubleheader with Geneseo to today.
The conference games, which were originally scheduled to be played at Cardinal Park Saturday, will still begin at noon. In between the two conference tilts, the Cardinals will honor the contributions of their senior class in a short ceremony.
Additionally, the team will still be hosting its “StrikeOut Against Cancer” event during the games with Geneseo.
The “StrikeOut Cancer” initiative unites the American Cancer Society and the National Fastpitch Coaches Association to help raise awareness and funds to assist the battle against cancer. Since starting the StrikeOut Cancer program over 10 years ago, NFCA membership teams have raised thousands of dollars to support the fight against cancer.
Members of the Plattsburgh women’s basketball team will be on-hand to conduct a 50-50 raffle and sell pink t-shirts.
All proceeds will be donated to the Alex Hollander Education Fund. Alex is the son of former Buffalo State softball coach of 24 years, Sandy Hollander, who lost her six-year battle with cancer during the 2012 season.
Mixed handicap league begins May 13
PLATTSBURGH — The Tuesday Night Mixed Handicap League starts at North Bowl Lanes May 13.
The meeting is at 6:30 p.m. and bowling begins at 7 p.m.
For more information, contact Deb at 420-5876, Gail at 293-8415 or North Bowl Lanes at 561-1690.
Lake Placid Lodge #834 hosts tournament
LAKE PLACID — The Lake Placid Lodge #834 of Free and Accepted Masons is holding a golf tournament May 17.
The event is a fundraiser to benefit a scholarship fund and other local charitable endeavors.
The tournament will be held at the Craig Wood Golf Course in Lake Placid. The format is a four-person scramble and begins at 10 a.m.
The cost is $70 and includes golf, a cart, a meal and prizes. Paid reservations are due by May 7.