Sports Shorts/Sign-ups May 9 edition
Thursday May 9, 2013 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
Frontier/O.P. girls hockey team to host fundraiser
The Frontier-Orchard Park Girls Varsity ice hockey team will hold a fundraiser on May 18 from 2 to 5:30 p.m. at Jack Devine’s Irish Pub on 4170 Southwestern Blvd. in Hamburg. The hockey team is a combined team between the two schools and is not fully funded, so the girls need to raise moneys to help cover some of the cost for such things as ice time, transportation and Federation fees. Tickets are $20 and include unlimited beer, wine, pizza, 50/50 action and Chinese auction plus live entertainment by the band The Stys. Tickets can be purchased at Ten Thousand Vines Winery in Hamburg or by calling Liz at 667-3451.
D’Youville to host youth basketball clinic May 10
The D’Youville College women’s basketball program will be hosting a girls basketball clinic for girls ages 8-12 on Saturday, May 11 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the D’Youville College Center Gymnasium. The price is $30 per child-and includes D’Youville basketball water bottle and pizza at the conclusion of the clinic. For more information or to register, contact D’Youville head women’s basketball coach Dan Glover at 829-8301 or e-mail email@example.com.
Hamburg Bulldogs youth lacrosse clinic registration
The Hamburg Bulldogs Youth Lacrosse Clinic will be running a clinic for girls in grades 1-6, beginners through advanced, on Saturday, May 11 from 12-2 p.m. at Howe Field. The cost is $20 and each participant receives a pair of Hamburg lacrosse shorts and gets to learn from the Hamburg girls’ varsity lacrosse players and head varsity coach Katy Ryan, a former Division I women’s lacrosse player. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. Goggles and sticks are provided for those without them. Please bring your own mouthguard, water bottle and appropriate footwear.
Hilbert announces dates for youth basketball camps
Hilbert College has announced dates for its 34th annual Summer Basketball Camps for boys and girls. The boys weeks will be June 23-27 and July 7-11, while the lone girls week will be July 14-18. Please note that registration/check-in is on Sunday(s) between 2:30-4 p.m. and each camp concludes on Thursday(s) at 3 p.m. Campers are given the choice of staying on campus as a resident camper in the newly opened and air conditioned Trinity Hall, or commuting as a day camper. Day camp runs from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Cost for each week is $365 for resident campers and $275 for day campers. All meals included in the cost. Register prior to June 1 and receive a $20 discount. Groups of six or more receive an additional $10 off. All campers will receive individual instruction, personal evaluation, reversible jersey and camp water bottle. Download a camp brochure at www.hilbert.edu/athletics/camps-clinics. For more information on the boys camps, contact Hilbert’s head men’s basketball coach Rob deGrandpre at 926-8803 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on the girls camp, contact Hilbert head women’s basketball coach Rob Peterson at 926-8775 or e-mail email@example.com.
Golf outing to benefit Van Miller scholarship June 14
On Friday, June 14, the Van Miller Hometown Hero Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament presented by Lake Shore Savings Bank will be held at Shorewood Country Club in Dunkirk. The fifth annual golf tournament funds a scholarship for two outstanding Dunkirk High School seniors. The honorary emcee for this year’s event will be former Buffalo Bills player Mark Kelso, who played his entire eight year career from 1986-93 with the Bills and appeared in their four consecutive Super Bowls. He currently is a radio broadcaster for the Bills. There are many opportunities to support this event. For more information, contact Lake Shore Savings Bank’s Wendy Harrington at 366-4070 ext. 1260 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Results from Hamburg Women’s Golf Club’s first week
The Hamburg Women’s Golf Club began its season with the Throw Out Tournament on May 2. Top scorers include Linda Keyes with a 20 and Gail Kaney (22) in Class A; Sue Jantzi with a 21 and Teresa Knapp (22) in Class B; Sue Siskar with a 20 and Dorothy Romanczyk (23) in Class C; and Marguerite Gambino with an 18 and Nancy Burke (21) in Class D
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