Roundup: Post 13 wins 10th straight
BELLOWS FALLS -- Tanner Williams scattered seven hits in six innings as the Bennington Post 13 doubled up Bellows Falls 10-5 on Friday.
Williams allowed only two earned runs and walked five. On offense, Williams was 2-for-4 with three runs scored, while Tyler Kunzmann was 3-for-4 with two RBI. Russell Krebs added a three-run double.
Post 13 hosts Bellows Falls for a doubleheader on Saturday that starts at noon.
Play It Forward on Saturday
BENNINGTON -- The Blue Lollipop Road Play It Forward will take place at Howard Park in Shaftsbury on Saturday.
A Strong Mojo summit, a chance for female athletes to meet with MAU alumni, will start at 1 p.m. with an alumni soccer game afterward.
At the end of the day, a scholarship in memory of former MAU soccer players Maria Greene and Brandy Brown will be awarded.
For more information, contact organizer Diane Peacock at 804-339-6514.
BENNINGTON -- The Bennington Tennis Center will host its summer Youth Tennis camp.
The camp is for kids ages 8 to 18 and will have four different sessions -- July 16-19, July 30-Aug. 2, Aug. 6-9 and Aug. 13-16.
The camp runs Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and costs $160 per camper.
A mini-camp for children ages 6 to 8 is offered July 9-12 and July 23-26 and costs $100 per child.
For any questions or to register, call the center at 802-447-7557.
MACC junior academy
BENNINGTON -- The Mount Anthony Country Club is hosting a junior sports academy for golfers. PGA professional Kevin Bennison will lead the session, starting August 12 to 15. Each session, for juniors ages 7 to 16, will go from 9 a.m. to noon and is open to the public.
The cost is $99 per child and people are encouraged to register early to assure a spot.
For more information, call the pro shop at 447-7079.
HOOSICK, N.Y. -- The Wednesday International League is looking for bowlers for the up coming season at Barbeque Recreation in Hoosick Falls. For more information, call Daryl at 518-686-5467, Louis at 518-686-9651, and Jack at 518-686-5751.
’Moonlight in Vermont’ race July 20
POWNAL -- The popular "Moonlight in Vermont" Midnight Road Race and Community Ramble returns to Pownal the night of July 20.
The four-mile road race, now in its 14th year, begins at the stroke of midnight from the Pownal Valley fire station on Route 7 in Pownal Center, with the non-competitive two-mile Community Ramble starting at 12:05 a.m.
The course follows secondary paved and dirt roads with luminaries positioned at regular intervals to keep runners on course.
Awards will be given to overall male and female winners, as well as the top three finishers in seven age categories. Additional prizes will be awarded to the fastest Pownal runner and to the youngest Pownal participant -- and the individual judged "Most Visible in the Moonlight." Commemorative T-shirts will be given to pre-registered runners and walkers.
The road race is held on the Saturday night each July nearest to the full moon. Records for the course are held by Jonathon Volpi (21:18, set in 2007) and Suze West (25:57, set in 1998). The events are being organized by the Batten Kill Valley Runners and Pownal community members to benefit the Pownal Valley Fire Department.
The entry fee is $15 for pre-registration, and $18 on race night. BKVR members, students and Pownal residents receive a $3 discount. Check-in begins at 10:30 p.m.
SVC summer camps for basketball, baseball
BENNINGTON -- Southern Vermont College coaches and players will lead two athletics camps on campus this summer.
First-year men’s basketball head coach Dan Engelstad will lead two separate sessions of the 2013 Mountaineer boys’ & girls’ basketball camp. The first will take place between July 29 and Aug. 2, with the second session following Aug. 5 to 9. Both take place in the Mountaineer Athletic Center.
Boys and girls entering grades 3-11 can sign up for either week. The cost is $200 for one session or $375 for both. Individual participation and instruction in all phases of skill development and team play will be maximized. All participants will receive a camp t-shirt and a personalized evaluation from camp staff.
Mountaineer Baseball will once again hold its annual summer camp on Bill Epstein Field from Aug. 5 to 8. All days of the camp will be held outside and in the event of rain, Aug. 9 will be utilized for a make-up day. The morning session, from 9 to 11 a.m., is open to children between kindergarten and sixth grade, while those going into grades 7-12 will go in the afternoon from 12 to 2 p.m. College-level expert instruction will be led by second-year baseball head coach Dave Gage with the assistance of Mountaineer baseball players. The cost is $65 per player.
For more information regarding the basketball camp, please contact coach Engelstad at 802-447-4012 or email@example.com. For additional info regarding the baseball camp, call coach Gage at 802-447-4662 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SVC Training Staff will be on site during all times of both camps. Registration forms can be found on the department’s website at svcathletics.com or picked up in person at the Mountaineer Athletic Center on the SVC campus. Early registration is encouraged.
Storm youth camp
BENNINGTON -- The Southern Vermont Storm will hold its youth football camp for children ages 8 to 14 on Aug. 5-8 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Vermont Vets Home.
Former Mount Anthony football coach Jim Fischer will work with the campers, along with current Storm and Mount Anthony players.
The camp costs $80 per child with a $30 discount for additional siblings. The registration deadline is July 28. Checks are payable to the Southern Vermont Storm and can be mailed to the team at 107 Rollin St., Bennington, VT, 05201. For additional information, call 802-681-9058.
Players will need to bring cleats, a mouth guard and shorts or football pants. Shoulder pads and helmets will be supplied by the camp.
’Good Old Country Hardball’ baseball camp
HOOSICK, N.Y. -- The "Good Old Country Hardball" baseball camp will once again be held at the Hoosick Little League Fields for children entering grades 3 through 8. The camp dates are July 15 through July 18. Camp runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. Camp brochures can be picked up by calling camp director Mike Lilac at 518-686-7321 (x1712), 518-268-8541, or 518-686-4320.
Arlington soccer camp
ARLINGTON -- The 36th annual John Werner soccer camp will take place from July 22-26 for players from first to seventh grade.
The camp goes from 9 a.m. to noon every day at the Fisher Elementary School fields.
Camp stuff includes Werner, the winningest boys soccer coach in Vermont history. Current Arlington coaches Mike Keough and Todd Wilkins, along with Arlington players will also attend.
The cost is $90 per child and $60 for each additional child. Each player is to bring a ball, shin guards and a water bottle every day.
Soccer balls can be ordered for $15 with a registration.
For more information, call Werner at 802-375-6310 or visit johnwernersoccer.com to download the registration form.
MALA camp returns
BENNINGTON -- The Southern Vermont Youth Lacrosse Camp returns to Willow Park in Bennington from July 15-18 for boys ages 5-16.
Players from ages 5-8 (cost $75) attend a half day session from 9 to 11 a.m.
Players from ages 9-16 (cost $150) attend a full day session from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Equipment is available.
Storm seeking players
BENNINGTON -- The Southern Vermont Storm football team is seeking players and volunteers for coaching.
They are also looking for people who may be interested in helping out at home games at Applejack Field in Manchester.
For more information, call 802-681-9058.
BENNINGTON -- The Wednesday night Girls Green Mountain Bowling league is looking for bowlers. There will be a meeting Aug. 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the Bennington Lanes. Bowling will start Aug. 28 at 6:30 p.m. If interested please leave name and number at the Bennington Lanes or contact Phyllis Cornell at 447-2300 for more information.
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