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May 4, 2013

Sports Shorts: May 4, 2013

Airborne Speedway kicks off 60th season tonight

PLATTSBURGH – Airborne Speedway begins its 60th season of stock car racing today at 5 p.m.

Long-time Modified competitor Craig Ormsby will be remembered when the DIRTcar Modifieds take to the track for the Econo Lodge 60-lap main event.

The Sportsman Modifieds, Limited Late Models, Renegades and Mini Modifieds will also be in action on the five-division race card presented by Furniture World of VT and Della Auto Group.

Airborne’s Fun Karts track opens at 1 p.m. Grandstands open at 3 p.m.

Admission is $15/adults, kids 12 and under admitted free of charge.

High Peaks Cyclery holding skills clinic

LAKE PLACID — High Peaks Cyclery will be holding a Woman’s Road Bike Riding Skills Clinic Saturday, May 4, from 3-6 p.m.

The clinic will teach skills to become a better rider, along with shifting, hill, turns and more. Bike rentals and fit are available. There will be snacks and rewards given after. Call and pre-register at 523-3764.

Archery Tournament results

PINE RIDGE — The Pine Ridge Bowman held a 3-d archery shoot Sunday.

Results are as follows:

Male Open- Aron Stevenson 298, Keith Rabideau 292, David Frederick 285. Female Open- April Stevenson 232. Male Hunter- Nick Harnden 298, Tom Svarplaitis 297, Kassey Trombley 286. Female Hunter- Amanda Frederick 255, Holly Frederick 253. Male Traditional- Keith Barber 243, Chad Wallace 224, Scott La lowdle 220. Female Traditional- Flo Barber 129, Mary Manning 74. Male Youth- Karsen Labarge 236, Joey Ashline 120. Cubs- Jordan Prentiss 267, Noah Prentiss 244, Kaleb Labarge 266. Pee Wee- Logan Stevenson 215, Cedes Brown 195, Tyler Bousquet 175.

Beekmantown baseball 2013 raffle results

BEEKMANTOWN — The 2013 Beekmantown baseball raffle drawing was completed on April 30, at the home varsity baseball game against NAC.

The winner of the raffle was Jenn King and she won four lower level tickets to the Yankees, Red Sox game at Yankees Stadium. Thank you to all the parents and players for selling the raffle tickets. The community support of the Beekmantown baseball program is greatly appreciated.

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