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Thursday, April 05, 2007
Clinton baseball, softball games postponed

PLATTSBURGH — Due to inclement weather, Wednesday's Clinton Community College at Schenectady Community College men's baseball doubleheader was postponed.
The women's softball doubleheader — Clinton Community College at Adirondack Community College — scheduled for today has been postponed. A make-up date has not been chosen.

Town of Mooers youth sign-ups tonight

MOOERS — The Town of Mooers final sign-up dates for youth t-ball, baseball, softball, soccer and arts & craft will be tonight from 7-8:15 p.m. and Saturday from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Mooers Town Offices.
Anyone who are unable to make these times can pick up a registration sheet at the town office, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Ashline rolls 300 game at North Bowl

PLATTSBURGH — Eugene Ashline tossed a 300 game on April 1 while bowling in the City Mixed League at North Bowl Lanes. Ashline, who bowled his perfect game on lanes 5-6 for Kinney Drugs, finished with a 198-186-300-684 series.

RPI's Dreimiller Pitcher of the Week

TROY — Former Ticonderoga High School standout John Dreimiller and RPI freshman has been chosen as Pitcher of the Week in the Liberty League.
Dreimiller earned his honors with a complete-game 3-1 victory over St. Lawrence University. In seven innings, the freshman allowed four hits, walked three and struck out four.
This is the second weekly honor for Dreimiller, who was named Rookie of the Week earlier this season. He is currently 2-1 on the season, with a 0.92 ERA in four appearances. Dreimiller has allowed just two earned runs and five runs in all in 19.2 innings.

Free-throw contest, skills event Saturday

PLATTSBURGH — The Clinton County Youth Bureau, in cooperation with the City of Plattsburgh Recreation Department, will conduct a basketball free-throw shooting contest and Junior Olympic Skills Competition on Saturday at the City Gym on the Old Base Oval.
These free contests are open to athletes ages 8-18. Registration will open at 9:30 a.m. The basketball free-throw contest for athletes ages 8-18 will start at 10 a.m. and the Junior Olympic Skills Competition for athletes 8-13 will follow at 11 a.m.
Awards for the free-throw contest will be presented in the following age groups: boys and girls ages 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15 and 16-18. Awards for the Junior Olympic Skills Competition will be presented in the following age groups: 8-9, 10-11 and 12-13 (age is determined by August 31, 2007).
In the skills competition, the champion in each gender and age group will advance to regional competition. Participants in the skills event must provide a copy of a birth certificate or baptismal record as proof or age.
Pre-registration is not required. Call the Clinton County Youth Bureau, at 565-4750, for more information.

Registration ongoing for YMCA t-ball

PLATTSBURGH — The Plattsburgh YMCA has begun registration for its t-ball league (boys and girls ages 3 and one-half to 5) and coach pitch league (ages 6-7). This instructional league starts May 12 at Blumette Park on Sandra Avenue.
Children from all area communities are welcome to participate. The practice/games will run for 60-90 minutes on Saturday mornings for eight weeks. The younger group goes from 9-10:15 a.m. and the older group from 10:30-noon.
All children will receive a t-shirt, hat and trophy. Volunteer coaches will be needed for this program (indicate on form if interested). The deadline for registration is May 7. Register at the YMCA or download a form at: For more information, call the YMCA, at 561-4290.

Ryan, Barnewall leads Lincoln's to hoop win

PLATTSBURGH — Mike Ryan scored 19 points, Tim Barnewall 18, J.P. Mason 14, Mike Furnia 12 and Jeremy Goff 10 to lead Jim Lincoln Construction to an 86-76 win over Gratto's and Goodfella's Painting in the City of Plattsburgh Men's Over 30 Basketball League. Gabe Girard tallied 28 points in a losing cause, followed by Steve Gratto with 25 and Jim Bousquet, 10.
Scott Aguglia, Karl Weiss and Dewey Carter all scored 13 points to power Rand Hill Painters/Architectural & Engineering Design to a 60-57 victory over Handy Dandy Home Improvement. Chris Hartmann tossed in 24 points and Jeff Hughey 13 in a losing effort.
Ray Beebe netted 22 points, while Doug Beebe added 13 and Tom Lacey 12 in Fesette Realty's 70-39 victory over T. Maliniak Masonry.

Zero Tolerance wins city dodgeball title

PLATTSBURGH — Zero Tolerance, with team captain Kellyn Gordon, recorded a 5-3 victory over Delta Force to win the playoff championship and defend its title in the City of Plattsburgh Dodgeball League.
In the semifinals, Zero Tolerance posted a 5-2 win over Dry Dock and Delta Force was a 5-4 winner over the Fourth Ward/Duke's Diner.
In the quarterfinals, Zero Tolerance was a 5-1 winner over The Velvet Elvis', the Fourth Ward/Duke's Diner won by forfeit over The Smokin' Peppers, Dry Dock recorded a 5-3 victory over Justice League and Delta Force picked up a 5-1 decision over Olive Ridley's/Rumors.
Gary Duquette was chosen as the men's Most Valuable Player and Becky Stiles as the women's Most Valuable Player.

Keeseville Y.C. sign-ups this month

KEESEVILLE — The Keeseville Youth Commission will be holding sign-ups for its summer baseball/softball season. All girls and boys ages 4-16 are encouraged to sign up for t-ball, grasshopper, peewee and pony league levels.
Sign-ups will be held at the Town of AuSable Office Building April 17 from 6-8 p.m. and April 21 from 10 a.m.-noon.
Anyone interested in umpiring or coaching this season are asked to sign up at this time as well. There are coaching positions for one boys' grasshopper team and two boys' peewee teams. Also, with large numbers at the pony level, one girls' and one boys' coach may also be needed.
For additional information, contact Mike Finnegan, at 834-7363.

Jubert wins North Bowl Youth Shootout

PLATTSBURGH — Conner Jubert (165 scratch, 219 with handicap) defeated Joey Guido (179-203) in the championship match of the recent North Bowl Lanes Youth Singles Shootout. Jubert won $120 in a scholarship prize that was placed into the youth bowlers' SMART Scholarship Fund.
Jubert (138-192) defeated Cody Hampton (172-191) in the semifinals, while Guido (171-195) defeated Ali Munson (148-184).
A.J. Brunet, who lost to Guido in the quarterfinals, averaged 245 (237-222-266-256-983) in the qualifying round. Travis Bruno was next with 236 and 225 games on the way to a 907.



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