Cambridge's Mulready wins at Devil's Bowl Speedway
WEST HAVEN — Cambridge native Samantha Mulready found victory lane this past weekend with a win in the 15-lap Friend Construction 500cc Mini Sprint Feature at Devil's Bowl Speedway.
Driving hard on the outside lane, she was patient as leader Shawn McPhee took up his share of room on the track. After multiple attempts at taking the lead, Mulready pulled past McPhee on the final corner to win.
Fellow Cambridge native Dakota Green was sixth in the race.
In the Pepsi Sportsman Modified Feature, a 30-lap race, North Bennington's Marty Kelly III finished fifth, while Manchester's Frank Hoard III and Cambridge's Alex Bell were sixth and seventh respectively. Bennington's Hector Stratton was 14th in the race.
MAU coach hosts lacrosse camp
BENNINGTON — Mount Anthony girls lacrosse coach Emily Cross is hosting a Southern Vermont girls lacrosse camp, set to go from July 15-18.
The camp is offered to girls in grades 3 through 9 and will be coached by Cross and other MAU girls lacrosse alumni.
It will run from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. each day that week at Chesnut Field at Mount Anthony Union Middle School.
Registration for the camp costs $100.
Campers can expect individual skill building, team skills, new terminology, one-on-one evaluations and games/drills.
Campers should bring cleats, a lacrosse stick, a mouth guard, sun screen and water.
For more information, contact Emily Cross at (802) 688-3262, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Castleton coach hosts camp
MANCHESTER — Castleton University's soccer coach John O'Connor and his assistants are hosting a Soccer Skills Clinic geared towards boys and girls entering grades 2-8, whose goal is to play middle school and junior varsity soccer in the fall.
There will be two sessions, one that started yesterday and runs through Friday and another from July 29 to August 2 at Dana Thompson Rec Park's Eckhardt Field.
Grades 2-5 will go from 8:30-11:30 a.m., while grades 6-8 will go 1-4 p.m and the camp will run rain or shine.
The cost to participate is $150 and includes three hours of college-level coaching and a reversible practice jersey.
Scrimmages, drills and goalkeeping will be the mainstay of the clinic.
For those attending the morning session, an extended day is available. Campers will be brought over to the Rec Park Staff at 11:30 a.m.
Lunch is not provided so campers must bring their own lunch, snacks, as well as a bathing suit and towel.
There is an extra fee of $50 for residents and $70 for non-residents.
To register contact Nikki Dexter at 802-768-9072 or at email@example.com.
MAU job openings
BENNINGTON — A handful of coaching positions are open for Mount Anthony Union High School.
MAU is looking to fill the varsity baseball, varsity girls tennis, junior varsity boys basketball, middle school boys basketball and middle school boys soccer coaching positions for the 2019-20 school year.
Applicants should have previous coaching experience and a background in the sport.
Please send a letter of interest and coaching resume to:
Ashley Hoyt, Activities Director, Mt. Anthony Union High School, 301 Park Street Ext. Bennington, VT 05201 or email Ashley.firstname.lastname@example.org
SMS open training sessions
STRATTON—The Stratton Mountain School Nordic Program and the Elite SMS T2 Team will be hosting weekly training sessions each Thursday through August 8, and all ages are welcome. The training sessions will feature roller-skiing, hiking, ski walking, and a cookout, and additional workouts may be added throughout the summer.
SMS Nordic's Summer Training Program aims to get young athletes excited about Nordic Skiing in sessions led by members of the Elite SMS T2 Team — whose members, including Olympians Sophie Caldwell, Simi Hamilton, and Jessie Diggins, train in Stratton.
The program will be overseen by three-time U.S. Ski and Snowboard Coach of the Year, and former SMS Nordic Director, Sverre Caldwell.
For a full schedule, and to RSVP, find their "Summer BKL Training and Fun" on Facebook (www.facebook.com/smsnordic). Please contact Sverre Caldwell (email@example.com) with questions or for more information.
HFCC Junior golf program
HOOSICK, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls Country Club announced the offering of a 4-week Junior Golf Program taught by Coach Mike Baratto.
The program began Monday and runs through August 8.
Participants will meet on Mondays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. Players ages 10-17 are eligible to participate.
Instruction will consist of a range of topics that will include the fundamentals of grip, alignment and posture, and course management. Following the one hour of instruction, those who are ready will participate in some on-course play.
Each player should have his or her own equipment. Cost is free to members of HFCC and $40 per participant for non-members.
To enroll, please email Coach Baratto at firstname.lastname@example.org with player name(s), age, phone number and email or you can call at 518-686-5916.
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