Press-Republican

May 2, 2013

Sports Shorts: May 2, 2013

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---- — Stick-puck, public-skating sessions slated

PLATTSBURGH — Can-Am North Sports Arena will be open for stick-n-puck sessions on Friday, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday from 3:45 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.

The center also will be open for public skating, Sunday, from 2:15 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.

NAC Bobcat Open scheduled for Aug. 13

PORT KENT — The Northern Adirondack Bobcat Open golf tournament will be held Aug. 13 at Harmony Golf Club. The four-person scramble, a benefit for the Northern Adirondack boys’ basketball program, will have a 1 p.m. shotgun start.

The cost is $55 for non-members and $45 for members and includes golf, cart, prizes and a meal afterward. Entries will be limited to the first 14 to 18 paid teams.

For more information or to enter a team, contact Jon Rebideau, at 594-7601.

Horseshoe league now forming

PLATTSBURGH — American Legion Post 1619’s West Plattsburgh Wednesday night league will be starting May 8 at 6 p.m.

Sign up at the Legion or call Gary Giles at 561-0216.

Creation of 25-and-over women’s hockey team

PLATTSBURGH — A Plattsburgh organization is looking for women 25-and-over, who want to have fun playing on a women’s hockey team.

The organizational evaluation meeting is May 20 at 7:15 p.m. at the Ameri-Can North Sports Center on 90 Sharon Ave.

The organization expects time commitment, travel and financial responsibility.

For more information, contact Marty Stratton at 593-6454.

Warrior Run registration opens

TUPPER LAKE — Registration for the second annual Tupperpalooza Warrior Run opens May 1 at noon.

Scheduled for Aug. 3 at Big Tupper Ski Area, the Tupperpalooza Warrior Run is a challenging 3.5-mile race made up of a mix of intense obstacles, treacherous mountain terrain and a lot of mud.

Participants can compete individually or as a team of four.

For more information or to register, visit www.Tupper-Lake.com.

Spring Fun Run results

PLATTSBURGH — Over 140 runners made their way to the Terry Gordon Memorial Bike Path Monday April 29 for a Fun Run hosted by the Clinton County Youth Bureau.

The final run of the series will take place May 6. Registration will begin at 5 p.m. and runs at 5:15 p.m. All runs are free.

Heat One quarter-mile: 1. Hayden Lozier 2:05; 2. Deacon Giroux 2:20; 3. Ryan Demers 2:23; 4. Benjamin Bezio 2:24; 5. Nate Lambert 2:38; 6. Dylan Jackson 2:39; 7. Lindsey Shanley 2:44; 8. Kaylie Whitbeck 2:48; 9. Owen Rankin 2:52; 10. Calla Allen 2:54; 11. Kaelyn Tedesco 2:54; 12. Alex Watts 2:55; 13. Cassidy Roth 2:55; 14. Olivia Gottlob 3:03; 15. Gracen Pandolph 3:08; 16. Mazie Sellars 3:21; 17. Jasper Carter-Kelly 3:24; 18. Lily Mosca 3:36; 19. Sophia Purcell 3:38; 20. Tyler Sand 4:01; 21. Béla Meyer 4:20; 22. Paxton Mannix 4:25; 23. Brady Stone 4:34; 24. Samuel Bezio 4:36; 25. Eila Faucher 4:51.

Heat Two quarter-mile: 1. Delaney Mulholland 1:47; 2. Trenton Griffiths 1:50; 3. Emilee Geiger 1:52; 4. Marcus Griffiths 1:55; 5. Jake Recore 1:56; 6. Joshua Sand 1:57; 7. Katie Demers 2:00; 8. Luca Meyer 2:01; 9. Dominic DeAngelo 2:01; 10. Faith Jalbert 2:03; 11. Samuel Barney 2:04; 12. Elijah Mageira 2:05; 13. Joseph Mitchell 2:05; 14. Jacob Mageira 2:07; 15. Morgan Hall 2:07; 16. Liisi Hogle 2:09; 17. Becca Lawliss 2:09; 18. Carson Duval 2:10; 19. Cole Purcell 2:13; 20. John Bourgeois 2:14; 21. Chase VanArman 2:16; 22. Alexis Hanson 2:16; 23. Cynthia Furman 2:17; 24. Kade Sellars 2:18; 25. Jayden Brown 2:18; 26. Shawn McLane 2:18; 27. Zach Bedard 2:18; 28. Hunter Demar 2:19; 29. Violette Furman 2:20; 30. Jenelle Bresette 2:20; 31. Ava Glover 2:21; 32. Maggie Insley 2:22; 33. Alex Lane 2:23; 34. Isaac Lane 2:24; 35. Gabby Furman 2:24; 36. Kayla Michaels 2:24; 37. George Cortright 2:25; 38. Gabby Mosca 2:25; 39. Eryn Hicks 2:26; 40. Alaire Allen 2:27; 41. Eric Glover 2:28; 42. Cameron Benware 2:31; 43. Brennan Peters 2:32; 44. Quinn Roth 2:33; 45. Connor Baehre 2:33; 46. Delaney Faucher 2:33; 47. Kennedy Columbus 2:34; 48. Arthur Trudo 2:36; 49. Mimi Zantana 2:40; 50. Maddie Swyers 2:41; 51. Ayla Blaise 2:43; 52. Nick LaBombard 2:48; 53. Jaques Gervich 2:49; 54. Gillian Hart 2:55; 55. Kali Norcross 2:59; 56. Alex Duval 3:17.

Half-mile run: 1. Nora Graves 3:21; 2. Ethan Mulholland 3:25; 3. Abby Bruce 3:30; 4. Brady Mannix 3:36; 5. Kayleigh Jackson 3:43; 6. Landon Pandolph 3:46; 7. Eamon Graves 3:48; 8. Cole Facteau 3:49; 9. Owen Tedesco 3:51; 10. Bailey VanArman 3:52; 11. Jack Hanson 3:54; 12. Ashley Brousseau 3:56; 13. David Rock 4:01; 14. Simon Meyer 4:02; 15. Theadora Welch 4:02; 16. Haley-Ann Lozier 4:07; 17. Marcus Griffiths 4:09; 18. Malcolm Suarez 4:09; 19. Nathan Sand 4:12; 20. Avery Holland 4:13; 21. Abigail Allen 4:14; 22. Maddy Woodward 4:15; 23. Xander Miller 4:20; 24. Sam Barney 4:22; 25. Katie Demers 4:22; 26. Madeline Witkiewictz 4:23; 27. Briana Brousseau 4:24; 28. Lilly Swyers 4:27; 29. Vivian Redmond 4:28; 30. Caden Columbus 4:32; 31. Maia Hogle 4:33; 32. Kye Norcross 4:38; 33. Michelle Germain 4:38; 34. Michael Mannix 4:41; 35. Liisi Hogle 4:41; 36. John Bourgeois 4:49; 37. Emilee Geiger 4:55; 38. Chase VanArman 4:57; 39. Isaac Lane 5:02; 40. Alex Lane 5:02; 41. Ryan Demers 5:04; 42. Andrew Faville 5:19; 43. Robert Rock 5:21; 44. Luca Meyer 5:25; 45. Rowan Wood 5:37; 46. Kennedy Columbus 5:48.

One-mile run: 1. Grant Moravec 6:28 2. Nikolas Hart 7:05; 3. Andy Mazzella 7:12; 4. Nick LaDue 7:21; 5. Aiden Pearl 7:29; 6. Matthew Faville 7:34; 7. Owen Facteau 7:56; 8. Abby Bruce 8:05; 9. Chris Nephew 8:08; 10. Evan Ohlsten 8:08; 11. Ben Lambert 8:18; 12. Alivia Marciniak 8:20; 13. Andie Abdallah 8:21; 14. Jamie Manning 8:37; 15. Christy Bresnahan 8:40; 16. Nora Graves 8:44; 17. Emily McLane 8:51; 18. Haley LaDue 8:57; 19. Jenna Swyers 8:59; 20. Marcus Griffiths 9:07; 21. Blake Moravec 9:18; 22. Ricky Weerts 9:25; 23. Jenna Ohlsten 9:33; 24. Zach Swyers 9:35; 25. Ethan Bruce 9:39; 26. Brady Mannix 9:57; 27. Michael Mannix 10:43; 28. Chase VanArman 11:11; 29. Annemarie Geiger 11:23; 30. Trenton Griffiths 11:40; 31. Allison Bedard 11:44; 32. Kade Sellars 11:51; 33. Adam Plaza 11:54.

I Love My Park Day May 4

POINT AU ROCHE — Point au Roche State Park is holding “I Love My Park Day” on Saturday, May 4.

A bird walk led by bird expert, Judy Heintz kicks off the day from 8 a.m. – 9 a.m. Then starting 9 a.m. the 5K Run will begin, if you are interested in running contact, Gerry Duprey at gerryduprey@yahoo.com.

At 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. the Guided Beaver Dam Walks Trail begins, where you can help Master Gardener’s plant wild flowers and make healthy snacks with Nancy from Cornell Cooperative Extension. At 10:30 a.m. the Dedication of the Dr. Philip Walker Nature Trail beings; local dignitaries will give short talks, and some will walk on the trail.

North Country Cancer Fund Tournament tee assignments

PORT KENT — The North Country Cancer Fund Golf Tournament at Harmony Golf club tee assignments are:

1- Tom Douglas, Rob Provost, Chefy, Tom Raville. 2- Jim Cring, Ken Cring, Bob Robare, Bill Hill. 3- Ray Hart, Becky Hart, Lisa Robinson, Rich Recore. 4- Mike Rock, John Rock, Bob Frenyea, John Burke. 5- Danny Easton, SAL. 6- Ray Devins, Sean Parker, Tom Parker, Roger Bodnik. 7- Jeff Warren, Randy Brown, guest, guest. 8- Ground Round. 9- Gary Rockhill, guest, guest, guest. 10- Ed Dubray, Bill Siskavich, guest, guest. 11- Vern Malark, Ron Lafountain, guest, guest. 12- Steve Leferve, guest, guest, guest. 13- Barb Douglas, Nancy Leferve, Kathy Kiroy. 14- Tom McCauley, Steve McCauley, Jeff Ratliff, Phil Bijou. 5A- Kevin Gero, guest, guest, guest. 9A- John O’Brian, John Sax, guest, guest.

High Peaks Cyclery holding repair clinic

LAKE PLACID — High Peaks Cyclery is holding bike repair clinics on Mondays starting May 6, from 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m., which includes on the road repairs, tires, skewers, and wheel turning. On May 13, there will be a Q and A about fine tuning your bike. Please call 523-3764 to pre-register.

Second Annual Ride for the River July 21

WILMINGTON— the AuSable River Association is holding its second annual Ride for the River bike ride on Sunday, July 21.

Cyclists of all ages and skill levels can register for one of three scenic routes along the AuSable River. Following the ride, there will be a picnic and live music at Jay Covered Bridge in Jay.

This year’s ride is in memory of Carol Rupprecht, a dedicated steward of the AuSable River. Ride for the River registration, and more information about Ride routes and scheduling as well as business sponsorship and volunteer opportunities is open at www.ridefortheriver.org.

Whiteface Club Golf Course opens Friday

LAKE PLACID — The Whiteface Club Golf Course opens for the season Friday, May 3. The Lake Placid track was recently ranked twelfth by Golfweek Magazine among the Best Places You Can Play in New York State in 2013. Perfect spring golf conditions are anticipated into next week.

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.

Shearer, VanGlahn named Chancellor’s Scholar-Athletes

ALBANY — Adam Shearer of the Plattsburgh State men’s indoor track andf team and Chelsea VanGlahn of the Plattsburgh State women’s hockey team have been named 2013 Chancellor’s Scholar Athletic Award recipients.

The award recognizes a combination of academic excellence and outstanding athletic achievement at the Division I, Division II, and NJCAA levels.

Shearer, a Plattsburgh resident, posted a second-place finish in the 3,000 meter race and qualified for the ECAC meet with a time of 8:45.31, he was named to the All-SUNYAC Second Team. VanGlahn, a junior out of Point Pleasant New Jersey, skated all 30 of the Cardinals’ 2013 games, which helped her team earn a third-place finish at the NCAA Division III Women’s Ice Hockey Championships. VanGlahn registered 22 points including 14 goals and eight assists this season for the Cardinals. VanGlahn is also a two-time ECAC West All-Academic Team selection.

Willsboro Ladies Golf Association tees off May 28

WILLSBORO — The Willsboro Ladies Golf Association’s first play day will be Tuesday, May 28 at 8 a.m. Non-members are welcome to come and join the Ladies for nine holes FORE Fun and Friendship.

Contact Donna Roeck at 963-8989 for all inquiries.