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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 www.sporthamilton.com to complete an online survey or contact firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com. 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.othersideathletics.com.
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; thrivelacrosse.com. RUGBY Hamilton Hornets Rugby Club weeklong rugby day camp the week of July 17 for youth 6-17 years of age; hamiltonrugby.com. 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.universe.com/upfront 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.mountainvolleyball.com or contact Jos Nederveen at firstname.lastname@example.org. 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 email@example.com or 289-237-0937. Maga Basketball Summer Camps — For information and camp brochure and registration form: www.magabasketball.com. Camp director: Steve Maga; firstname.lastname@example.org, 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 transwaybasketball.com 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 email@example.com.
ON THE LANES
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.
IN THE GYM
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.
ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
St. Mary: Daniel Kim, Taite Cleland and Rachel Grightmire badminton; Molly Orr for slo-pitch.