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The Hamilton Spectator - - SPORTS - Com­piled by Jen­nifer Moore


Hamil­ton Hawks Atom BB, ac­tively look­ing for skaters for 2017-18. In­ter­ested girls (age 10 and un­der) look­ing for a great hockey at­mos­phere, devel­op­ment and fun, con­tact Coach Ja­son at 905-928-1975 or An­caster Veter­ans Slo-Pitch look­ing for play­ers for men’s 45 and over Sun­day league. Call Ray D’an­drade 905-648-0063 or Ron Lacroix 905-634-8763. Roselawn Lawn Bowl­ing Club, in Gage Park off Lawrence Road. Chal­lenge the idea that it is a sport only for old peo­ple. Day work­ers call 905-528-3191, ask for Mar­i­lyn. The club will ar­range to be at the club­house by 7 p.m. any evening in July. They will teach you the game us­ing club equip­ment and friendly en­cour­age­ment. Get lots of ex­er­cise with walk­ing and bowl­ing. Light re­fresh­ments will fol­low up­stairs in club­house. Mount Hamil­ton Mi­nor Hockey

As­so­ci­a­tion is tak­ing reg­is­tra­tions for new and re­turn­ing mem­bers. In­ter­ested reg­is­trants can at­tend the con­venor’s of­fice, 25 Hester St. Novice (2009/10) to Mid­get (2000/02). Also of­fer­ing se­lect hockey from novice to ban­tam, mi­nor and ma­jor mid­get lev­els. For in­for­ma­tion view MHMHA web­site or regis­trar mhmhasec­re­

One pitch tour­na­ment, fea­tures con­tin­u­ous ball for 40 hours from July 14 to 16. This mixed tour­ney, min four girls, is at Hen­ning Park in Cale­do­nia. On-site camp­ing and food trucks. $300 en­try fee. Email kool­er­ or text 905-906-4000.

Hamil­ton Ringette reg­is­tra­tion is open. Learn to Skate pro­gram (ages 4+) is pro­fes­sion­ally led by qual­i­fied THT skat­ing in­struc­tors is $199 for the six-month sea­son. New this year, adult recre­ational league Sun­day nights at 9 p.m., cost of $295 or $60 for goalies. U10 fee is $429, U12 and up is $499. Reg­is­ter at hamil­ton­ for more in­for­ma­tion con­tact regis­trar@hamil­ton­ or pres­i­dent@hamil­ton­ Ad­di­tion­ally Hamil­ton Ringette is also sell­ing $25 tick­ets to the Hamil­ton Tiger-Cats games again this sea­son. Visit our web­site for more in­for­ma­tion or con­tact pub­lic­ity@hamil­ton­


BAS­KET­BALL The 2017 FOX 40 Of­fi­cials Camp in af­fil­i­a­tion with the Hamil­ton Board of Ap­proved Bas­ket­ball Of­fi­cials is Aug. 23 and 24 at Bishop Ton­nos High School. Reg­is­ter now at hamil­ton­ GOLF Ju­nior golf camp. Chippewa Creek G.&C.C.,to 20, 9 a.m. Mt. to1 Hope. p.m. Cam­pCost $240#2 - July per 17 per­son ($220 p.p. with sib­ling). Con­tact Chippewa Creek Pro shop 905-679-4240. chippewacreek­ RUGBY Hamil­ton Hor­nets Rugby Club host­ing a week-long rugby day camp the week of July 17 for youth 6-17 years of age. hamil­ton­ 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 to 21 and July 24 to 28, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., St. Mary Sec­ondary School. Reg­is­tra­tion forms avail­able at

www.moun­tain­vol­ley­ball­ 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. Boys and girls 8 to 14 years of age. 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 to 21, at St. Thomas More. Boys and girls aged 7 to 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 to 15 fo­cus­ing on both ba­sic and ad­vanced fun­da­men­tals cov­er­ing skills that are vi­tal to both guard and post play.

Metro Camp – Aug. 21 to 25, at Car­di­nal New­man. For boys and girls aged 7 to 15. Fun­da­men­tal skills camp.

Elite High Per­for­mance Camp – Aug. 21 to 25, at Bishop Ton­nos. Ad­vanced skill camp for boys and girls in Grade 8-12.


HAMIL­TON OLDE SPORTS SLO-PITCH AS­SO­CI­A­TION July 4: Tower Ser­vice Sta­tion 20, Scar­row’s In­di­ans 19. Dream Team 27, Ace Fam­ily Restau­rant 22. Ringo’s Au­to­mo­tive 28, Sher­wood Men’s Hairstyling 21. Royal Cana­dian Le­gion Branch 163 23, The Ale House 22. BDB Tigers 20, Tra­cie’s Place 17. West Hamil­ton Den­tures 24, Break­away Dis­tribut­ing 21. Ap­ple Tree Gang 28, Carafe Wine Makers 19. July 6: BDB Tigers 18, West Hamil­ton Den­tures 16. Sher­wood Men’s Hairstyling 17, Ace Fam­ily Restau­rant 2. Royal Cana­dian Le­gion Branch 163 31, Dream Team 20. Tower Ser­vice Sta­tion 24, The Ale House 10. Scar­row’s In­di­ans 28, Carafe Wine Makers 16. Ringo’s Au­to­mo­tive 40, Tra­cie’s Place 27. Break­away Dis­tribut­ing 29, Ap­ple Tree Gang 26.


ON­TARIO WOMEN’S FIELD LACROSSE U11 — Hamil­ton 14, Six Na­tions 5. Hamil­ton goals: Tia Buonomo 2, Ryan Bar­rick 2, Avery Bruce 2, Jil­lian Boyer 4, Cayleigh Bowes 2, Nora Tchor­bad­jisky 2. Six Na­tion goals: Rayleigh Kic­knosway 2, Cal­lyn Martin, Tier­ney Hen­hawk 2. Hal­ton Hills2 6, Hamil­ton 5. Hamil­ton goals: Anna Tal­bot, Avery Bruce, Tia Buonomo, Katie Doyle 2.


HAMIL­TON HOR­NETS RUGBY FOOT­BALL CLUB Fes­ti­val of rugby day hosted 29 rugby teams of young ath­letes aged 12 and un­der. The se­nior women hosted Lon­don and suf­fered a 57-21 loss. Ca­reena Brown scored a try in the first half and her sis­ter Carissa Brown scored twice in the sec­ond half. Cas­sidy Smith was good for both con­verts. The third was awarded as a penalty con­vert. The se­nior men’s firsts team lost 54-5 to Guelph. Rookie Ja­cob Met­calf scored Hamil­ton’s only try in the sec­ond half to break the shutout. The se­nior men’s sec­onds team logged their first win of the sea­son with a 43-29 win over Guelph. Cap­tain Will Redgate scored two tries and was good for four of seven con­vert kicks. Jeff Law­son, Jeremy Stuck­less, Ja­cob Med­calf, John Tavares, Al­lan Mur­ray all added tries.


HAMIL­TON OLYMPIC CLUB Cana­dian Ju­nior/Se­nior Track and Field Cham­pi­onship Meet, in Ot­tawa, two mem­bers of the Hamil­ton Olympic Club came home with per­sonal best times in their re­spec­tive events, as well as bronze medals for those ef­forts. Com­pet­ing in the 100m hur­dles, Brit­tany Stenekes ran 13.78 sec­onds in the ju­nior girls’ age group. Myles Misener-Da­ley con­tested the ju­nior boys’ 200m sprint and earned his re­ward with a clock­ing of 21.54 sec­onds.


CANUSA The 60th CANUSA Games take place in Flint, Mich, on Fri­day, Aug. 11 to Sun­day, Aug. 13.

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