ARC Foundation golf tourney today
PERU — The 19th-Annual ARC Foundation Golf Tournament at Adirondack Golf and Country Club will be held on today with an 11 a.m. shotgun start.
The tee assignments are as follows:
1 - Keeseville Pharmacy #1 (Dan Bosley, Brad Nichols, Kyle Siskavich, Mike Pivetta)
1A - Keeseville Pharmacy #2 (Josh Dubay, Richard Ashline, Matt Parrotte, Tim Briquer)
2 - Relph Benefit Advisors #1 (Mark Pulinski, Paul Metcalf, Tom Burgess, Joe Burczak)
2A - Relph Benefit Advisors #2 (John McCabe, Chris Wilkins, Jim Martineau, Brad Hanley)
3 - Abbott, Frenyea, Russell & Coffey CPA’s (Bob Frenyea, Pat Russell, Jon Poissant, Dan Phebus)
4 - Adams Glass/Dandrow’s Painting (Richard Dandrow, John Petro, Steve Betrus, David Betrus
4A - AEDA (Jill Abdallah, Andy Abdallah, Jim Abdallah, Michael Coon)
5 - Casella (Bill Myers, Melissa LaClair, Kerry Haley, guest)
5A - CFA #1 (Jon Whitehouse, Bruce Garcia, Brian Brayton, Chris Duquette)
6 - Buck Supply (David Bracale, Bob Wyand, guest, guest)
6A - Champlain National Bank (Tim Kononan, Steve LaBombard, Bob Smith, Chuck Paepke)
7 - Cumberland 12 (Robert Garrow, Daryl Redmond, Mike Nystoriak, Bill Verity)
7A - Delta Marketing (Richard Desautels, Chuck Lawfer, Phoebe Sturm, Tom Loughan)
8 - Durocher’s/Matthew Buses (Jeff Brown, Ernie Lambertie, Peter Rodriquez, Michael Sherman)
9 - Empire Blue (Matt Burkhard, Jason Hall, Alex Pinn, John Murray)
9A - Walgreen’s (Jennifer Bushnell, Jason Howard, Parrish Baillargeon, Tammy Seymour)
10 - Glens Falls National Bank (John VanNatten, Joe Bentley, Kerry Taylor, Betsy Vincencio)
10A - Hall Communications-Kool 105/The Bonadio Group (Eric Jacobsen, Rod Hill, Kevin Testo, Jim Ashe)
11 - High Peaks Dental (Kevin Conroy, David Sampson, Mike Sampson, guest)
11A - West Side Ballroom (Kevin Thornton, Adam Smith, John Whalen, John Barry)
12 - MAC Janitorial (Colleen Koscinski, Mike Malek, McCullen Cope, Ben Nichols)
13 - MARS Mechanical (Jeff Mars, Jeff Rabideau, Jon Law, Mike Verillo)
13A - Bill McBride (Chip Reynolds, Chad Deso, Becky Tamer, guest)
14 - Nationwide (Dan Cavaretta, Chris Dubay, Stewart Mitchell, Jay Hamilton)
15 - Northern Insuring (Ed Davis, guest, guest, guest)
15A - PrimeLink (Randy LaBombard, Justin Herzog, Matt Boire, Ralph Boire
16 - Quandt’s Foodservice (Jeff Recore, Bob Jonetsky, Brooke Melious, James Kane Jr.)
17 - Ronnie’s Michigans (Kenny Mousseau, Tom Wyand, Bill Meconi, Mike O’Connor)
17A - Symquest (Lonnie Cleland, Jim Favreau, Dustin Beauregard, guest)
18 - The Nolan Group (Derek Nolan, James Patterson, Ron Dodson, Kathy Hill)
18A - UBS Wannabe Contenders (Wayne Davis, Dan McFadden, Scott Miller, Colton Blackman)
ALS golf tourney at Harmony on Saturday
PORT KENT — The 2012 ALS Golf Tournament will be held Saturday at Harmony Golf Club and Community. There will be a 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. starting times.
9 a.m. starting time
Curly Morse, Patty Morse, Brad Morse, Denere Morse
Peter Morse, Sheryl Morse, Mark Luke, Melsey Luke
MaryAnn Rygalo, Greta Lagoy, Theresa Devlin, Donna Changelo
Jerry Rosenbaum, Helene Rosenbaum, Robert Robare, Donna Robare
Maxine Carter, Nancy Lefevre, Barb Douglass, Brenda Towne
Ken Carter, Steve Lefevre, Morris Towne, Butch Morgan
Dorothy Ducatte, Dinah Ducatte, Diane Kinne, Martie Tedford
John Konowitz, Tom Curle, Jim Armstrong, John Hickey
Chuck Wood, Craig Favaro, Billy Siskavich, Tom Maggy
Tom Wood, Lance Wood, Calvin Hamel, Scott Cutaiar
Joe Nixon, Leanne Nixon, Joe Deslauries, Lori Deslauries
David Gordon, Kenny Banker, Gary Rockhill, Gordon
Kevin Hoey, Ned Hoey, Dan Hoey, Tyler Hoey
Jason Langlois, Royce Clark, Shon Lilledahl, Jason Favro
John Guynup, David Lepage, Chris Lepage, Jay Lepage
Gary Finney, guest, guest, guest
Gerry Finney, guest, guest, guest
Tim Snow, Snow, Snow, Snow
Derek Rosenbaum, Roger Long, Jim Manchester, Garrett Manchester
Scott Passino, Passino, Passino, Passino
1 p.m. starting time
Joan Brown, Scott Brown, Amy Brown, Jacob Brown
Tom Millea, Dennis Millea, Michel Millea, Bryan Millea
Anne Porter, Jim Mckee, Molly Mckee, Bill Schoenig
Peggy McCallister, Kathy Nixon, Jean Dohman, Cora Pulsifer
Kevin McCallister, Jack Dirolf, Pat Pafford, Eddie McCallister
Warren Adams, Chris Adams, Gale Carroll, Phoebe Sturm
Gail Douglass, Ron Douglass, Peggy McCormick, Bruce McCormick
Amy Whitney, Mark Whitney, Christine Shay, Mike Rennie
Bruce Frechette, Judy Frechette, Robert Long, Ray Heatherton
Jeff Lamountain, Darlene Lamountain, Chris Lamountain, Molly Lamountain
Dave Gosnell, guest, guest, guest
Deanna Dwyer, guest, guest, guest
Bobby Cobb, guest, guest, guest
Dana Harnish, Mark Allen, Tim Olcott, Kenny Alteira
Kevin Manchester, guest, guest, guest
Ken Stay Jr., guest, guest, guest
David Hall, guest, guest, guest
Steve Fuller, Denise Fuller, Mike Murray, Kim Murray
Kim Marsha, guest, guest, guest
Jason Labarge, Gregg Rock, Craig Heins, Brian Hughes
Krista VanArman, guest, guest, guest
Rabin memorial golf results listed
WESTPORT — The 8th-Annual Mark Rabin Memorial Golf Tournament was held July 25 at the Westport Country Club. The tournament raised more than $5,000 for the SUNY Plattsburgh College Foundation, which will build the Mark Rabin Memorial Marketing Scholarships Endowment, as well as help support the School of Business and Economics’ graduation award ceremonies.
1, Ike’s Spikes (Ike Tyler, Smit Marvin, Dana Babcock, Tom Edwards), 60.
2, Ballard’s Birdies (Jeremy Ballard, Warner Hough, Alec Odnoha, Rich Flora), 61.
3- Sampson’s Shoulda, Woulda, Couldas (David Sampson, Michael Sampson, Katelyn Sampson, David Slater), 65.
4- Kilkeary’s Keep-Your-Head-Downers (Kevin Kilkeary, Alex Pierce, Eric LaBounty, Mackenzie Kilkeary), 66.
5- Eric’s Explosion Shooters (Eric Jacobsen, Rod Hill, Kevin Kilkeary, Joe Kilkeary), 68.
Men’s shortest drive
(7th hole)- Jeff Prescott
Women’s shortest drive (7th hole)- Katelyn Sampson
Men’s closest to the pin
(16th hole)- Ike Tyler
Women’s closest to the pin
(16th hole)- Brenda Bieber
Men’s longest drive
(3rd hole)- Jeremy Ballard
Women’s longest drive
(3rd hole)- Maribeth Capo
Men’s longest putt
(12th hole)- Chris Boule
Women’s longest putt
(12th hole)- Deborah Trudeau
Rookies of the Year - men, MacKenzie Kilkeary; women, Sandy Boulerice (set of golf clubs)
Putting contest winners - 1, Jeremy Ballard (4th year in a row). 2, Rob Shumway. 3, Griffin Palladino. 4, Rob Witkiewicz. 5, Jeff Prescott. 6, Alec Odnoha. 7, Jay Drollette.
50/50 raffle - 1, Tim Fergusson ($495). 2, Art Momot. 3, Kimberly Davis. 4, Jenn LaFountain. 5, Pete Udall. 6, Ike Tyler. 7, Anne Hansen.
Kneucraft Jewelry and Design earrings raffle- John Van Natten
PYH meeting set for Aug. 1
PLATTSBURGH — The next Plattsburgh Youth Hockey board meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 1 at the Ameri-Can North Sports Center. The meeting is open to the public.
Visconti takes 2nd in shooting event
ALBANY — Champlain’s Peter Visconti shot a 1077 to take second place in Three Position rifle shooting at the State Shooting Festival held in Albany the weekend of July 13 to July 15. The festival takes the place of the Empire State Games. Top shooters from around the state participated.
Visconti also took second place in Air Rifle and fourth in the Prone Match. His son, Andrew (age 14), came in fifth place in the state among junior categories in all three categories.
The Viscontis are members of the Plattsburgh Rod and Gun Club and part of the local Rough Riders Rifle Team.
Northern Devils softball team wins tournament
PLATTSBURGH — The Northern Devils ASA 14U softball team captured the Bethlehem Invitational Tournament last weekend by finishing with a perfect 6-0 record.
On Friday, the Devils opened up with a 7-0 victory over the Northeast Hurricanes from Nashua, N.H. Tori Trim was the winning pitcher. Michaela Lafountain led the offense with three hits, including a home run, and Kara Barber added two hits.
On Saturday, the Devils posted a 6-0 win over the Classie Lassie and a 4-3 decision over the Bethlehem Intensity. Against the Classie Lassie, Trim was the winning pitcher, while Brittany Miner and Brette Campbell rapped out two hits each. Versus Bethlehem, Campbell had two more hits, while Campbell, Kelly Neenan and Trim all saw mound duty.
In Sunday’s elimination round, the Devils defeated the Northeast Hurricanes, who had beaten Saratoga, by a 3-2 score. Campbell went 3-for-3 at the plate, including a double, while Miner and Lauren Stanley chipped in with a single and double each. Trim picked up the pitching win.
The Devils then recorded a 4-3 win over Bethlehem, which had already won two games Sunday to get to the semifinals. Trim pitched the final inning in relief of Neenan to get the victory. The Devils scored two runs in the last inning to win. A perfect bunt by Barber squeezed in Samm Swiesz with the game-winning run.
In the championship game, the Devils avenged an early-season loss to the Colonie Flash with a 5-4 victory. Trim went the distance for the win. Miner was 3-for-3, while Lafountain added a triple and single. It was Miner’s sixth-inning home run that broke a tie and sent the Devils to their victory.
The Devils now travel to Watertown to participate in the Can-Am 1000 Islands Shootout.
Saranac Central to hold sports reviews
SARANAC — Saranac Central School has scheduled sports reviews for all students intending to play a fall sport. Students must bring with them a completed preseason sports questionnaire (NCR form) that has been signed by a student and his or her parent.
A student must have a sports review prior to attending his or her first practice. NCR forms can be picked up at any of the Saranac schools or at the district office.
If your child is unable to attend the scheduled review time, or if you have questions, call the high school main office, at 565-5800, to arrange an alternative time. There will be a limited number of physicals available on Thursday, August 16, starting at 8:30 a.m. on a first-come, first-serve basis. The reviews will be held in the health office at Saranac High School on the dates and times listed below.
Monday, August 13 - 8 a.m.- varsity football; 10 a.m.- junior varsity football; 12:30 p.m.- boys’ varsity and modified cross-country; 1:45 p.m.- girls’ varsity and modified cross-country.
Tuesday, August 14 - 8 a.m.- girls’ varsity soccer; 9:30 a.m.- girls’ junior varsity soccer; noon- boys’ varsity soccer; 1:30 p.m.- boys’ junior varsity soccer.
Wednesday, August 15 - 8 a.m.- varsity volleyball; 9:30 a.m.- junior varsity volleyball; noon- gymnastics, cheering, swimming; 1:30 p.m.- modified football, 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, August 16- 8 a.m.- girls’ modified soccer A-L; 9 a.m.- girls’ modified soccer M-Z; 10 a.m.- boys’ modified soccer; 12:30 p.m.- modified volleyball.