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The Hamilton Spectator - - SPORTS - Com­piled by Jen­nifer Moore

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 mhmhasec­re­tary@gmail.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 mike.hogg@co­geco.ca.

HELP OUT CANUSA

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

COACH­ING

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 tau­r­i­ca­puto@hot­mail.com or 905-321-0245.

CAMPS/CLIN­ICS HOCKEY

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.

BAS­KET­BALL

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.

BAS­KET­BALL

Maga Bas­ket­ball Sum­mer Camps — For in­for­ma­tion and camp brochure and reg­is­tra­tion form: www.mag­a­bas­ket­ball.com Camp Di­rec­tor: Steve Maga steve@mag­a­bas­ket­ball.com 905-518-6778.

VOL­LEY­BALL

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 strat­fordp@hdsb.ca 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.

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