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The Hamilton Spectator - - SPORTS - SPORTHAMILTON Compiled by Jen­nifer Moore

SportHamilton in­vites par­tic­i­pa­tion in a fea­si­bil­ity study to as­sess the need for the de­vel­op­ment of a new in­door, multi-sport fa­cil­ity to serve the needs of lo­cal res­i­dents, clubs and other in­ter­ested stake­hold­ers. Your par­tic­i­pa­tion will pro­vide valu­able in­put to­ward the fa­cil­ity de­vel­op­ment and plan­ning, in­clud­ing con­cept de­sign, fa­cil­ity fea­tures and re­quired pro­gram space. Visit to com­plete an online sur­vey or con­tact for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion. Mount Hamil­ton Mi­nor Hockey

As­so­ci­a­tion, is tak­ing reg­is­tra­tions for new and re­turn­ing mem­bers Thurs., May 18. Con­venor’s of­fice, 25 Hester St., 6 to 8 p.m. Novice (2009/10) to Mid­get (2000/02). Also tak­ing coach­ing ap­pli­ca­tions for house league pro­grams. For more in­for­ma­tion view MHMHA web­site or reg­is­trar mhmhasec­re­ Steel City Ul­ti­mate Youth Acad­emy. Ul­ti­mate disc is a co-ed, non­con­tact and fast-mov­ing. Steel City Ul­ti­mate Youth Acad­emy is of­fer­ing a seven-week in­tro­duc­tion to the game, fin­ish­ing on June 26th. Chil­dren in Grades 4-8 will learn the ba­sic throw­ing, catch­ing and move­ment con­cepts needed for ul­ti­mate. Come out and see what all the ex­cite­ment is about! Reg­is­tra­tion is at: www.oth­er­sideath­let­


LACROSSE Thrive Lacrosse Camp (Kiel Matisz-Ge­or­gia Swarm), four-day lacrosse camp is July 3 to 6, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Inch Park Arena. Founded by cur­rent Pro­fes­sional Lacrosse Player, Kiel Matisz of the Ge­or­gia Swarm (NLL). Thrive lacrosse camps pro­vide young play­ers with the coach­ing to take their game to the next level. Cost $230; thriv­ RUGBY Hamil­ton Hornets Rugby Club week­long rugby day camp the week of July 17 for youth 6-17 years of age; hamil­ton­ FOOT­BALL

10th An­nual Up Front Line­man

Camp, non­con­tact of­fen­sive-line skills camp for ages 13 to 18 at Tim Hor­tons Field on Sat., May 20. In­struc­tors are cur­rent Tiger-Cat of­fen­sive line­men, Ti-Cat alumni, and OUA of­fen­sive line coaches. The day in­cludes two ses­sions of on-field skills de­vel­op­ment for run block­ing and pass block­ing. Play­ers will re­ceive a camp T-shirt, tour of the Tiger-Cat Dress­ing Room, and a Key­note Speaker. Camp reg­is­tra­tion at 11:30 a.m. and on field from noon-5 p.m. Cost: $40 plus tax. Call Coach Ri­ley 905-531-6029. Reg­is­ter online at https://www.uni­­front VOL­LEY­BALL Moun­tain Vol­ley­ball Club (MVC) and the St. Mary Vol­ley­ball Pro­gram (MVP) Summer Camp in­struc­tional pro­gram for girls and boys in grades 1 to 8. Ses­sions July 17-21 and July 24-28 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., St. Mary Sec­ondary School. Reg­is­tra­tion forms are avail­able at www.moun­tain­vol­ley­ or con­tact Jos Ned­erveen at mvpvol­ley­ BAS­KET­BALL Ganon Baker Summer Bas­ket­ball Camp, July 17 to 21 at Bishop Ryan High School 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For boys and girls 8 years to 14 years of age. For in­for­ma­tion and ap­pli­ca­tion forms please con­tact Dave at or 289-237-0937. Maga Bas­ket­ball Summer Camps — For in­for­ma­tion and camp brochure and reg­is­tra­tion form: www.mag­a­bas­ket­ Camp di­rec­tor: Steve Maga; steve@mag­a­bas­ket­, 905-518-6778. Spald­ing Shoot­ing Camp, July 17-21, at St. Thomas More. For boys and girls aged 7-15, teach­ing ath­letes how to prop­erly shoot the bas­ket­ball. Guard Post Camp — August 14-18, at Bishop Ton­nos. For boys and girls aged 7-15 fo­cus­ing on both ba­sic and ad­vanced fun­da­men­tals cov­er­ing skills that are vi­tal to both guard and post play. Metro Camp — August 21-25, at

Car­di­nal New­man. For boys and girls aged 7-15. Fun­da­men­tal skills camp. Elite High Per­for­mance Camp — August 21-25, at Bishop Ton­nos. Ad­vanced skill camp for boys and girls in Gr. 8-12. Tran­sway 25th An­nual Girls

Bas­ket­ball Camp, July 10-14 at St. Mary High School 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. For girls 5 years to 12 years of age. Ex­pe­ri­enced adult coaches led by Larry An­gus have been se­lected be­cause they love the game and can ef­fec­tively teach it. For in­for­ma­tion and ap­pli­ca­tion forms please go to our web­site tran­sway­bas­ket­ or call 905-389-7767. SKAT­ING Pro Hockey Life Acad­emy Power Skat­ing and Skill De­vel­op­ment Pro­gram, July 4 to August 15, Tues­days. Eight ses­sions from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Cost $200. Con­tact sergi­hock­


A trio of near perfect 299 games were rolled by David No­vak & Bruce Tyler at Star Lanes and Bill Lishin­ski at Sky­way Lanes. No­vak’s triple was 768 (299,239,230) and Tyler’s was 669 (299,168,202). Lishin­ski was very happy with his 299 as it lifted him to an even 800 (235,266,299), his first 800. Matt Havens started with 11 strikes but came up short on his last ball for a 297 game & 740 triple. Bernie Fen­ton also rolled 11 strikes in a row at Star Lanes but it was from the sec­ond frame for a 279 & 721 triple. With the 2016-2017 sea­son over, the fi­nal to­tals for hon­our scores are: 18 perfect games, eight games of 299, a pair of 298s and five triples of 800 or more for a to­tal of 33 hon­our scores. There were three 297 games and four 290s. Lionel Lewis Jr. led the way with a trio of 300 games, all within a one month span. With a pair of 300s each were Aaron Bouchard, Mick An­derer, Ian Colby, Ryan Dick­en­son and Travis Cauley. Rolling one perfect game were Roy Katz, Steve Fer­gu­son, Steve Smith, Shawna Prieur & Bill Lishin­ski. With 299s were Mark Ward, Roy Katz, Travis Cauley, Stephen Born, Kevin Kar­tonchik, David No­vak, Bruce Tyler & Bill Lishin­ski. Miss­ing per­fec­tion by two pins were Kris Berry & Brian DeFran­cisco. The al­ways dif­fi­cult to ob­tain 800 triple were dealt by Ryan Dick­en­son 827, Len Garinger Jr., 816, Lionel Lewis Jr. 807, Richard Parker 803 & Bill Lishin­ski 800. The City Ten­pin League started in 1902 and last week they con­cluded their 115th. con­sec­u­tive year of op­er­a­tion, the old­est sanc­tioned league in Canada. The cham­pion quar­tet are Mark An­drews, Randy La­ten­dre, Pete Have­man & Mick An­derer with Mark Ward, John Cooper, Chris Hicks & Steve Cowie sec­ond. Third place went to An­drew McCully, Jim Selmes, Tim Gam­ble & Bran­don Crabb. The top two aver­ages went to Bran­don Crabb at 225 & Kevin Kar­tonchik at 224. Top triples were Mick An­derer 777 & Kar­tonchik 772. For high sin­gle it was tough to beat An­derer’s pair of 300s, but Kar­tonchik was close at 299 fol­lowed by Brent Lacroix 297 & Steve Cowie 290. Most im­proved was Tim LaCroix at plus-15 for a cur­rent 207. The “B” di­vi­sion win­ners were Peter Cross 662, Matt Lacroix 646, Ron El­liott 267 & Jerry Wicks 266. Su­per sec­re­tary Steve Cowie re­ports that of the 43 triples of 700 or better, the best was Crabb at 11 fol­lowed by Kar­tonchik 10, An­derer seven, Cowie five, Ward four and Randy Bukowski with two. Roy Ward, John Cooper, Mark An­drews & Pete Have­man each had one. A stag­ger­ing 276 triples of 600 or better were recorded with Mark Ward high at 25 fol­lowed by Tim LaCroiz 23, Kar­tonchik & Have­man 21 and An­derer & Cowie tied at 20. Su­per sin­gles are Mick An­derer with his pair of 300s, Kar­tonchik 299, Brent LaCroix 297, Cowie 290, Mark Ward 289 & 278, Randy Bukowski 280, Tim LaCroix 279 & 277, Bran­don Crabb & Mark An­drews 277, Mick An­derer 276 & John Cooper 274. Late sea­son high V.S.L. triples are Mike El­lis 734 (258,251.225), 689 (258,220,211), 664 (237), & 648 (241), Ed Mar­guer­att 645 (228), 638 (249) and 620 (218). Barb Roy, 143 av­er­age was plus 95 with a sparkling 238 sin­gle & the week be­fore she scored her high triple of the sea­son a 510. Derek Han­nah slapped a 233 and Jim Mar­guer­att 199 & 197.



MOUN­TAIN VOL­LEY­BALL CLUB 13U Black team fin­ished fifth over­all in the prov­ince out of 32 teams at the Tier 1 Di­vi­sion 1 OVA 13U Pro­vin­cial Cham­pi­onships in Water­loo. MVC 13U Black pushed through pool play break­ing up Markham Unity North 25-16, 15-25, 13-15; los­ing to Durham Attack Black 25-12, 25-16; tak­ing down the Eto­bi­coke Ti­tans Olym­pus 25-21 25-23 and los­ing to the K-W Preda­tors Syn­ergy 25-13, 25-17 and Hal­ton Black 25-8 25-22 in the power pools. In the pre-quar­ters, MVC 13U Black de­feated the Bar­rie Elite 25-22, 25-18 but could not move past Evo­lu­tion los­ing 25-10, 25-22 in the quar­ter-fi­nals to fin­ish fifth over­all. The MVC 13U Black team is coached by Dave Light­foot of Hamil­ton, Julie En­twistle of An­caster and Christian Holling­shead of Hamil­ton. Team in­cludes Mary Coll An­drikopoulous of Lyn­den, Frances Cooke, Olivia Dodds, Sarah Elchuk, Faith Feeney, Pay­ton Light­foot, Avery O’Con­nell and Devyn Walsh of Hamil­ton; Eve and Pay­ton En­twistle of An­caster and Niki Tesic of Burling­ton.


St. Mary: Daniel Kim, Taite Cle­land and Rachel Gright­mire bad­minton; Molly Orr for slo-pitch.

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