Beekmantown modified football to meet Sunday
BEEKMANTOWN — The Beekmantown modified football team will hold a parents and players meeting Sunday at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will be held on the varsity football field bleachers. It will be moved indoors if it rains.
For more information contact coach Steven Taylor at 310-0175.
AC North sets stick-n-puck, public skating times
PLATTSBURGH — The Ameri-Can North Sports Center will host stick-n-puck and public skating this weekend.
Stick-n-puck will be held Friday from 7:30 to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Public skating will be held Saturday from 1 to 2:30 p.m.
Handicap bowling league hosts startup meeting Sept. 4
PLATTSBURGH — The North Country Handicap League will hold an organizational meeting Sept. 4 at 6:15 p.m at North Bowl Lanes. Bowling will follow at 7 p.m.
Both new individual bowlers and five-person teams are invited to attend.
For more information call Harold at 561-3220 or North Bowl Lanes at 561-1690.
Keysor wraps up PGCBL season
GLENS FALLS — Former Saranac High School pitcher Jordan Keysor recently finished his season with the Glens Falls Golden Eagles of the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League, compiling a 2-0 record, 2.87 ERA and 39 strikeouts in 37 2-3 innings of relief work.
Keysor helped the Golden Eagles to the PGCBL Championships, where they were knocked off by the Amsterdam Mohawks, by recording a win in game one of the semifinals against the Newark Pilots. Keysor pitched five innings and allowed no runs on one hit. He also struck out five batters.
Keysor had pitched against the Mohawks, the second ranked team in the nation, four times. He recorded a 1.69 ERA, nine strikeouts and a .179 batting average against in 10 2-3 innings.
Keysor will begin his senior year at Skidmore College this fall. He is only the second player in Skidmore history to play at the collegiate summer league level.
Plattsburgh modified girls soccer set to begin season
PLATTSBURGH — The Plattsburgh modified girls’ soccer team will hold it’s first practice Friday at 3:30 p.m. behind Stafford Middle School. The team will hold interim histories at Stafford Middle School on Thursday at 10 a.m.
Fenton Thompson, Tom Provost take first at S. Miller Open
PLATTSBURGH — The team of Fenton Thompson and Tom Provost shot a one over 73 to claim the first ever S. Miller Open at Bluff Point Golf Course.
Cliffie Goff and Josh McMillan took second. Mike Omeara and Aaron Lemay finished third.
Team Goff won skins on the third and 14th holes, Team Basil won on the seventh hole and Team Thompson won on the eighth hole.
Team Leamay’s Weeny won the most missed putts award.
The next open will be held Sept. 27.
North Country Club Championship set for this weekend
ROUSES POINT — North Country Golf Club will host its Club Championship Saturday and Sunday.
Members can sign up by calling the pro shop at 297-2582. Members can also visit the course to sign up.
Prizes and awards will be giving out at the annual meeting in Septmember.
ISU Junior Grand Prix heads for Lake Placid
LAKE PLACID — The New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority and the Olympic Center will host the International Skating Union Junior Grand Prix competition Aug. 29 to Sept. 1.
It is the third time Lake Placid has hosted this event.
More than 100 skaters from 29 countries will participate in the ladies, mens, pairs and ice dancing competitions.
The top-six point earners in each discipline will qualify for the Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final in Sochi, Russia, which will be held this December.
An all-event pass is $25 for adults and $15 for juniors, seniors, and students. Single day admission is $10 for adults and $6 for juniors, seniors, and students. Children 6 years old or younger are free. Group rates are also available. Tickets can be purchased at the Olympic Center box office.
Thursday, Aug. 30
Men’s short program
Pairs short program
Friday, Aug. 31
Ice dance short program
Ladies short program
Men’s free skating
Medal ceremony for men
Saturday, Sept. 1
Ice dance free skate
Pairs free skate
Ladies free skate
Medal ceremony for ladies, ice dance and pairs
Bluff Point Senior Championship hole assignments set
PLATTSBURGH — The Bluff Point Resort Senior Championship will begin at 8:30 a.m. Thursday with a shotgun start.
Complimentary range balls will be available at 7 a.m. Participants should be ready to head to their assigned holes by 8:15 a.m.
Assignments are as follows:
Bluff Point Resort Senior Championship hole assignments
1- E. Trombley, M. Derrigo, G. Frazier, D. Bainbridge
1A- P. Arsenault, C. King, K. Duquette, D. Becker
18A- M. Maille, T. Loughan, D. Phebus, J. Strack
18B- C. Shanley, J. Deresky, J. LaPage, R. Miller
17A- G. Bouyea, M. O’Connor, L. Jeffords, D. Lamora
17B- R. McGee, G. Finney, C. Dandrow, G. Golden
16- T. Juneau, L. Brown, R. O’Loughlin, J. Birch
15A- C. Beaudin, J. Baroody, J. Niles, F. Miller
15B- L. Browne, B Soltero, J. Poutre, J. Constantine
14- D. Kingsbury, H. LaPier, E. Rostak, A. Lamarche
13- B. Morgan, G. Stark, J. Kitchen, M. O’Connell
12A- E. Rock, J. Kilkeary, S. Stampfler, H. Puding
12B- D. Wood, M. Rock, H. Smith, D. King
11A- M. Hadden, W. Miner, B. Dumas
11B- J. Keysor, R. LaFountain, B. Siskavich, V. Malark
10- D. Connell, V. Lewis, R. Frisbie, P. Frisbie
9- D. Brown, F. Woodward, G. Hackett