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ON THE FIELD
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.
AROUND THE DIAMONDS
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.
ON THE PADDOCK
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 hamiltonringette.ca for more information contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com 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.carhahockey.ca 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 hamiltoninitiationprogram.ca 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 hamiltonboard.org 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.mountainvolleyball.com or contact Jos Nederveen at firstname.lastname@example.org BASKETBALL Maga Basketball Summer Camps — For information and camp brochure and registration form: www.magabasketball.com. Camp Director: Steve Maga email@example.com 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.