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AROUND THE DIAMONDS
HAMILTON OLDTIMERS’ BASEBALL ORGANIZATION Tom Manuel banged out six hits, Bert Schenk had five and Chris Fraser drove in six runs as the Tigers beat the Cardinals 15-3 in one of two season openers in the HOBO’s 55-plus division. Dave Cummins had four hits while Harvey Sahker collected four RBIs for the Tigers. Keith Howard and Todd Breedon each had two hits for the Cardinals. In the other season opener, Tom McGratton, Frank Simioni and Ted Pritchard each had three hits to lead the A’s to a 14-4 win over the Dodgers. John McGrath and Clyde Goldsmith each had two hits for the Dodgers.
HAMILTON OLDE SPORTS SLO-PITCH ASSOCIATION May 16 saw the 30th anniversary of the Hamilton Olde Sports Slo-Pitch Association with Mayor Fred Eisenberger and several original league members in attendance. Breakaway Distributing defeated Carafe Wine Makers 20-14, West Hamilton Dentures beat Tracie’s Place 23-22, Sherwood Men’s Hairstyling sheared BDB Tigers 15-8 and Ace Family Restaurant beat the Ale House 15-13. Thursday’s action saw Scarrow’s Indians overcome Tower Service Station 34-31, Dream Team lost to Ace 32-20, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 163 beat Ale House 32-26, Apple Tree Gang downed Carafe 25-23, Dentures chomped on Breakaway 38-20, Tracie’s over BDB 15-12 while Ringo’s Automotive motored over Sherwood 26-20. oldesportsslopitch.webs.com.
GOLDEN HORSESHOE MEN’S FASTBALL LEAGUE May 15: Hamilton Pirates 6, Glen Williams Ale Stars 0. ýPitching: Johnny Baker, 7ip, CG, 0ER, 8K, 2BB, 2H. ýHitting: Justin Warnik: 3-3, 1run. Johnny Baker: 2-3, HR, 3B. Dave Harper, 1-3, HR. Next home game is May 29 vs. Puslinch Kodiaks at Mohawký Sports Complex Diamond 1.
IN THE BOX
HAMILTON LACROSSE ASSOCIATION Intermediate — Hamilton Bengals 7, St. Catharines 6. Hamilton goals: Danny Attridge, Mark Cremesco, Ashleigh Hill, Travis Scott, Angus Hunter 2, Josh Millette. Assists: Eric Riddle, Kai Vansickle, Scott 2, Hunter 2.
IN THE GYM
HAMILTON SMASH Hamilton Smash 15U Teal team won a gold medal in the 15U Division 1 Tier 3 in the National Volleyball Championships this past weekend in Waterloo. The team only dropped one game in the entire tournament. They won a thriller in the gold medal game over Aigles from Quebec with the scores of 26-24, 27-25. Team members are: Holly Carenza, Megan Logan, Lauren Friesen, Serena McKay, Lexie Zicari, Juliet Saunders, Molly Anderson, Kate Green, Aoife Hamilton, Kallan Holley, Olivia Krishnan, and coaches Patti Meggitt and Jessica Meggitt.
REGISTRATIONS AND TRYOUTS
Mount Hamilton Minor Hockey Association, is taking registrations for new and returning members Thursday, May 25. 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 the MHMHA website or registrar via email@example.com. Hamilton Oldtimers Baseball Organization 55+ division, plays Wednesday mornings on the east Hamilton Mountain, is still looking for players. For more information, contact Bob Spence at 905-385-4038, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Ancaster Veterans Slo-Pitch is looking for players for their men’s 45 and over Sunday league. Please call Ray D’andrade 905-648-0063 or Ron Lacroix 905-634-8763. Roselawn Lawn Bowling Club, in Gage Park off Lawrence Road, welcomes new bowlers. Wear flat shoes, casual clothes. Bowling daily at 1:30 p.m., and Monday/Wednesday/Friday evenings
at 7 p.m. Call Marilyn 905-528-3191. Burlington Oldtimers Ladies Hockey
Club, accepting registrations for 2017/18. League plays twice a week and is open to women 30 and older and all abilities. For players who like to have fun, but still enjoy a good game. Times range from 8 to 9:30 p.m. Cost is $550. Register on carhahockey.ca or call Dianne at 905-639-9238 for more information.
Mountain Beach Club is offering beach volleyball training opportunities to athletes of all levels during the summer of 2017. Sessions to be held on Friday evening from 6:30 to 8:30 at Sandbox Beach Volleyball Facility in Confederation Park, Hamilton. For program details, visit mountainvolleyballclub.com under the “beach volleyball” tab. Hamilton Minor Hockey Initiation
Program, registration starts now for children ages 4 to 6 to participate in the 2017/18 hockey season. Register online at hamiltoninitiationprogram.ca any time, or come to the in-person registration on Wednesday, April 26, 6 to 8 p.m., at Mohawk 4Ice Centre, 710 Mountain Brow Blvd. P.E.I. Oldtimers Hockey League is accepting registrations for 2017/2018 season. Limited positions available. Registration forms posted on the web page.
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 are hosting a weeklong rugby day camp the week of July 17 for youth 6 to 17 years of age. hamiltonrugby.com 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 are 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 mountainvolleyball.com or contact Jos Nederveen at email@example.com. 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 contact Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org or 289 237 -0937.
Maga Basketball Summer Camps — For information, camp brochure and registration form: magabasketball.com or camp director Steve Maga email@example.com or 905-518-6778. Spalding Shooting Camp — July 17 to 21, at St. Thomas More. For boys and girls aged 7-15, teaching athletes how to properly shoot the basketball Guard Post Camp — Aug. 14 to 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 to 25, at Cardinal Newman. For boys and girls aged 7-15. Fundamental skills camp. Elite High Performance Camp — August 21 to 25, at Bishop Tonnos. Advanced skill camp for boys and girls in grades 8 to 12. Transway 25th annual Girls Basketball Camp, July 10 to 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 go to the website transwaybasketball.com or call 905-389-7767. Redeemer Royals Basketball Camp, eight-week development camp at Redeemer University College. Co-ed. redeemerroyals.ca Thursday nights May 11 to June 29. Questions, contact camp director Jamie Girolametto at firstname.lastname@example.org. SKATING Pro Hockey Life Academy Power Skating and Skill Development Program, July 4 to Aug. 15, Tuesdays. Eight sessions from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Cost $200. Contact email@example.com.
SPORTHAMILTON Multi-sport Indoor Year-Round Training and Competition Sport Facility in Hamilton survey. Step 1 in getting this facility built in Hamilton is to confirm that the Hamilton sport community supports this idea and there is a need for one. Your input is needed for this to happen. Please complete the feasibility study survey (it will take five to 10 minutes of your time) found at sporthamilton.com and click on “feasibility study” or the photo of Ron Foxcroft (honorary chairperson of this project). Once the need is established the facility details, size, location, etc. will be determined but first, all parents, coaches, athletes, health related and sport related entrepreneurs are asked for their valuable input. Deadline is June 1. CANUSA The 60th CANUSA Games take place in Flint, Mich. on Friday, Aug. 11 to Sunday, Aug. 13.