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The Hamilton Spectator - - SPORTS - Com­piled by Jen­nifer Moore


ON­TARIO WOMEN’S FIELD LACROSSE U11 — Hamil­ton 6, Oril­lia 6. Hamil­ton goals: Ni­cole Sta­ley, Olivia Starr, Chloe Ni­chols, Tia Buonomo, Ryan Bar­rick 2. Kitch­ener Waterloo 10, Hamil­ton 7. Hamil­ton goals: Anna Tal­bot 2, Ryan Bar­rick, Jil­lian Boyer 2, Avery Bruce, Katie Doyle.


HAMIL­TON OLDTIMERS’ BASE­BALL OR­GA­NI­ZA­TION 55+ di­vi­sion — Har­vey Sahker belted out four hits, in­clud­ing a game-ty­ing RBI sin­gle in the bot­tom of the ninth to give the Tigers an 8-8 tie with the Dodgers. Rich Sal­va­tore had three hits for the Tigers while Dave Cum­mins and Ir­win Koziel each had two. Tiger cen­tre­fielder Bert Schenk made the de­fen­sive play of the game, sprint­ing far to his right to haul in a deep drive with two on and two out. Brian Fraser had four hits for the Dodgers, in­clud­ing a two-run sin­gle with two out in the top of the ninth that gave his team a tem­po­rary 8-7 lead. Doug Jack­son, Garry David and Rob Whitenect each had two hits for the Dodgers. Ian Kelso went five for five and Mike Parisi four for four to lead the A’s to a 13-6 win over the Car­di­nals. Greg Stod­dart, Al­lan Agnew and Mark Novo­sev each had three hits for the A’s while Tom McGrat­tan and Stephen Mc­Clure each had two. Brian El­wood, Keith Howard and Brian Avery had three hits apiece for the Car­di­nals, while John Fu­cia­relli and Rod Cur­rie each had two. In an ear­lier game, Chris Fraser, Dan Kaluzny and Wayne Pryde each banged out four hits to lead the Tigers to a 15-10 win over the A’s. Har­vey Sahker had three hits for the win­ners, while Dave Cum­mins and Tom Manuel each had two. Mike Parisi had three hits for the A’s, while Al­lan Agnew, Ted Pritchard, Bill Ste. Marie, Ian Kelso and Tom McGrat­tan each had two. Else­where, the A’s beat the Dodgers 10-7, with Ian Kelso, Mark Novo­sev, Ted Pritchard, Stephen Mc­Clure and Al­lan Agnew each bang­ing out two hits for the A’s. Frank Si­moni had four hits for the Dodgers, while Brian Fraser and Mike Parisi each had three, and Ron Bo­cock, John McGrath and Garry David each had two. In an­other game, Chris Fraser banged out five hits as the Tigers beat the Car­di­nals 14-11. Wayne Pryde, Al Purins, Har­vey Sahker and Bert Schenk each had three hits for the Tigers, while Tom Manuel and Rich Sal­va­tore had two apiece. Bob McDer­mott, Keith Howard and Carl Sass­mann each smacked three hits for the Cards, while John Fu­cia­relli, Rod Cur­rie and John Cooper each had two. HAMIL­TON OLDE SPORTS SLO-PITCH AS­SO­CI­A­TION July 11 — Scar­row’s In­di­ans 31, Break­away Dis­tribut­ing 25. Ace Fam­ily Restau­rant 24, Tra­cie’s Place 12. Ap­ple Tree Gang 28, West Hamil­ton Den­tures 21. Royal Cana­dian Le­gion Branch 163 26, Sher­wood Men’s Hairstyling 14. Carafe Wine Mak­ers 16, The Ale House 15. Tower Ser­vice Sta­tion 19, Dream Team 6. Ringo’s Au­to­mo­tive 27, BDB Tigers 18. Games were rained out on July 13.


HAMIL­TON HOR­NETS RUGBY FOOT­BALL CLUB July 15 — All Hamil­ton se­nior rugby teams played at Mo­hawk Sports Park host­ing friendly ri­val Burling­ton. The se­nior women’s team pulled out a win over Burling­ton 36-26. Ca­reena Brown scored first then Cas­sidy Smith scored. Burling­ton an­swered with two and the score was 14-13 at half­time. Burling­ton came out strong af­ter the half with a try and con­vert. Cas­sidy Smith kicked a penalty kick to tie the game. Then Hamil­ton took it from there with three more tries from Can­dace DeBoer, Ca­reena Brown and San­dra Bay, on an amaz­ing off load from Ca­reena Brown. Cas­sidy Smith had two con­verts in the sec­ond half. The fi­nal score was 36-26. The men’s sec­ond team dom­i­nated Burling­ton with a 43-12 win. Jeff Law­son, Kevin Brown, Jeremy Stuck­less and Ja­cob Met­calf scored in the first half. Will Redgate had two con­verts con­tribut­ing to the 24-5 score at half. Burling­ton scored right af­ter half­time but Hamil­ton an­swered with three more tries from Ja­cob Met­calf, Alan Mur­ray and Ben Logten­berg. Jamie Whan and Will Redgate added con­verts for a fi­nal score of 43-12. The se­nior men’s first game was lop­sided in the other di­rec­tion. Burling­ton won 54-17. Jon Sueter scored in the first half, Jeff Dowhan scored early in the first half, and Sky­lar Green logged his first try of the sea­son. Will Redgate kicked a con­vert in the los­ing ef­fort.


Hamil­ton Olde Sports Slo-Pitch, look­ing for play­ers, men 55 and over and women 45 and over, for Tues­day and Thurs­day morn­ing league at Turner Park. Call Ron Lacroix 905-634-8763 or Mike Smith 905-664-4968.

Roselawn Lawn Bowl­ing Club, in Gage Park off Lawrence Road. 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.

Hamil­ton Hawks Atom BB, look­ing for skaters for 2017-2018 hockey sea­son. All in­ter­ested girls (age 10 and un­der) look­ing for a great hockey at­mos­phere, de­vel­op­ment and fun, please con­tact Coach Ja­son at 905-928-1975 or

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. Please visit our web­site for more in­for­ma­tion or con­tact pub­lic­ity@hamil­ton­ 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 www.carha­ or call Dianne at 905-639-9238 for more in­for­ma­tion. Hamil­ton Mi­nor Hockey Ini­ti­a­tion Pro­gram, reg­is­tra­tion con­tin­ues for chil­dren ages 4 to 6 to par­tic­i­pate in the 2017/18 hockey sea­son which start this fall. Reg­is­ter on­line at hamil­tonini­ti­a­tion­pro­ any time.


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 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. Next ses­sion: July 24 to 28, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., St. Mary Sec­ondary School. Reg­is­tra­tion forms avail­able at www.moun­tain­vol­ley­ or con­tact Jos Ned­erveen at mvpvol­ley­ BASKETBALL Maga Basketball Sum­mer Camps — For in­for­ma­tion and camp brochure and reg­is­tra­tion form: www.mag­a­bas­ket­ Camp Di­rec­tor: Steve Maga steve@mag­a­bas­ket­ 905-518-6778 Guard Post Camp — Au­gust 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 — Au­gust 21 to 25, at Car­di­nal New­man. For boys and girls aged 7 to 15. Fun­da­men­tal skills camp. Elite High Per­for­mance Camp — Au­gust 21 to 25, at Bishop Ton­nos. Ad­vanced skill camp for boys and girls in Gr. 8-12.

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