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REGISTRATIONS AND TRYOUTS
Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour, Tournament at Copetown Woods Golf Club, Copetown, Aug. 12-13. For more info on the tournament: MJT Copetown Woods. Pro-shop: 905-627-4653.
Ancaster Veterans Slo-Pitch is looking for men 45 and over for our Sunday league. We have limited openings for this year but are hoping to expand for the 2018 season. Register now and guarantee your spot for next year. Call Ray D’Andrade 905-648-0063 or Ron Lacroix 905-634-8763. 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 email@example.com. Dundas Blues Jr C Hockey Club is running tryouts starting Aug. 29, 9 to 10:30 p.m., Harry Howell (North Wentworth Twin Pad) Arena. Info/register: contact Blues GM Mike Hogg at 905-807-7989 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
HELP OUT CANUSA
The 60th CANUSA Games take place in Flint, Michigan on Friday, Aug. 11 to Sunday, Aug. 13.
HAMILTON SMASH VOLLEYBALL CLUB The club is seeking assistant and potential head coaches for the 2017-2018 indoor season. Coaches are expected to attend practices twice a week, occasional weekend tournaments and be willing to develop their coaching skills through ongoing educational opportunities. A passion for working with youth, organizational abilities and leadership are a must. Previous experience playing volleyball and coaching youth sports is a definite plus. A criminal record check and Vulnerable Sector Screening will be required. If interested, contact: Tauri Caputo at email@example.com or 905-321-0245.
Hamilton Girls Hockey Association offers to all girls, thefirstshift. Any girl age 6 to 10 years old who wants to have fun, build friendships and be part of a team. No Equipment? No Experience? No Problem. Get six on ice sessions, complete head to toe equipment from Bauer. Visit www.hgha.ca or www.thefirstshift.ca.
The 2017 FOX 40 Officials Camp in affiliation with the Hamilton Board of Approved Basketball Offiicals is Aug. 23 and 24 at Bishop Tonnos High School. Register now at hamiltonboard.org.
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.
Mountain Volleyball Club (MVC) is offering its High Performance Training Camp from Aug. 28 to 31. Open to any athletes who intend on playing in the Ontario Volleyball Association for the upcoming season. Locations are: Aug. 28, 6 to 8 p.m. for 12U-14U, 8 to 10 p.m. for 15U-18U at Haber Recreation Centre, courts 5/6, 3040 Tim Dobbie Rd., Burlington; Aug 29; 6 to 8 p.m. for 12U-14U, 8 to 10 p.m. for 15U-18U, Aug. 30, 6 to 8 p.m. for 12U-14U, and 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for 15U-18U at Brant Hills Community Centre, 2255 Brant St., Burlington. For more information contact Peter Stratford at email@example.com or check out www.mountainvolleyball.com.
AROUND THE DIAMONDS
HAMILTON OLDTIMERS’ BASEBALL ORGANIZATION Rich Salvatore smacked three hits to lead the Tigers to a 10-8 victory over the Dodgers in a Hamilton Oldtimers’ Baseball Organization 55-and-up division game. John Ellis had three RBIs while Wayne Pryde scored three runs for the winners. Dan Kaluzny, Tom Manuel, Carl Sassmann, Darrell Smith, Al Purins and Dave Cummins each had a pair of hits. John Fuciarelli had four hits, including two doubles, to pace the Dodgers’ offence. John McGrath and Brian Fraser each had two hits for the Dodgers, while Rob Whitenect scored a pair of runs in the close losss. HAMILTON OLDE SPORTS SLO-PITCH ASSOCIATION Aug. 1 West Hamilton Dentures 26, The Ale House 16; Tracie’s Restaurant 35, Breakaway Distributing 31; Carafe Wine Makers 21, BDB Tigers 9; Ringo’s Automotive 22, Tower Service Station 12; Royal Canadian Legion Branch 163 15, Ace Family Restaurant 14; Apple Tree Gang 22, Sherwood Men’s Hairstyling 11; Scarrow’s Indians 24, Dream Team 20. No games on Aug. 3.
ON THE TRACK
HAMILTON OLYMPIC CLUB The senior girls division saw Natasha Salmon go home with two gold medals. She tied her personal best of 9.39m in the 3kg shot put event, while her 1kg discus throw of 20.90m was her first competitive effort in this event. She also placed fifth in the 500g javelin throw with a toss of 16.99m, with Theresa Elugbaju coming seventh with her 14.50m result. With Isabella Bauman, Cassie Hills and Laila Hampson, Elugbaju was a member of the fifth place 4 x 100m relay, while Bauman earned another fifth place finish in the 400m event (61.40sec). Sixth place in the sprint medley relay (400m-200m-200m-800m) went to the team of Anna Knigavko, Laila Hampson, Nikala Georgallis and Grace Gaultieri. Domenic Barresi won three bronze medals in one day with an 11.96 sec result in the senior boys 100m, a 5.17m leap in the long jump and a team effort in the 4 x 100m relay. Relay teammate Jake Finlay placed fourth in the 200m hurdle event (31.66sec) and seventh in the long jump (4.39m), while Roman Campanaro claimed fourth place in the 500g javelin throw with his 28.54m effort. The fourth runner in the relay, Nathaniel Schulenberg, had a ninth place finish of 4.22m in the long jump. Daniel Andric took home the silver medal in the 1kg discus throw (27.75m) and placed seventh with the 500g javelin (24.12m). Katelyn Ellis was a multiple medallist, winning bronze in the atom girls 400m (63.64 sec), then teaming with Jessie Turcott, Olivia Purnell, Sydney Koropatnicki for another bronze in the 4 x 100m relay. Faith Bennie placed fourth in the 0.75kg discus event with a 12.01m throw. In the atom boys group, Nick Martini took second in the 6 lb shot put with 10.51m and third in the 400g javelin throw with 25.27m, while Marcus Finlay cleared 1.20m for fourth in the high jump. In the tyke boys division, Carter Gooden had a busy weekend. On the Saturday, he ran 67.39 sec for gold in the 400m and 14.80 sec to come fourth in the 100m. On Sunday, he had a fifth-place finish in the 800m with 2:45.14, then earned a second gold medal in the (2 kg) shot put with a 9.18m effort. Jordan Gooden had a good run in the 400m (74.33 sec) to come sixth. Meanwhile, the Athletics Ontario bantam/midget/youth participants were well sun-soaked in Chingascousy Park in Brampton. In the youth-aged boys division, Myles Misener-Daley kept himself well-occupied, winning gold medals in three separate events. His 48.53 sec clocking in the 400m proved to be a personal best for him. Later on Saturday, he led off the medley relay with another scintillating 400m run, then returned on Sunday to take the 200m dash in 21.66 sec. Relay member, Marqus Rookwood, had two personal best performances over the weekend as he took seventh place in the 100m (10.92 sec) and sixth in the 200m (22.68 sec). Another relay teammate, Alec Purnell ran the 800m in 1:59.74 for seventh place. The fourth member of the relay was midget-aged Nafaiya Robinson. He earned a silver in the midget boys 200m race (22.82 sec), as well as gold in the 300m contest with a clocking of 36.24 sec. Hard on his heels was Declan Sutherland-Case who ran to the bronze medal position with his time of 38.15 sec. The Ontario Masters Athletics championship meet took place at Varsity Stadium at the University of Toronto. In the W65 age group, Rhona Trott won gold in the 100m (17.62sec) and silver in the hammer throw with her 26.43m toss.