Panther golfers open season with a win

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TROY, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls golf team traveled to Frear Park to open their season with a match against Tamarac on Thursday. The Panthers played well, defeating Tamarac by a score of 4-1.

Hoosick Falls' junior Mat Smith was the low score of the match with a two-under par round of 33. Ryan Bloomer added a 36, Miles Smith had a 47 and Aiden Fleming a 49.

For Tamarac, top scores included Will Ashley's 41, Zach Krill's 46, Michael Jaques' 51 and Colby Phelps' 51. After starting the season with a win, the Panthers will look to keep winning next week with four straight matches. They play Cambridge at home on Monday, Greenwich at home on Tuesday, Hoosic Valley away on Wednesday and Waterford at home on Thursday.

Cambridge golf falls to Greenwich

HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. — The Cambridge golf team dropped its first match of the year, 4-1, to Greenwich on Thursday at the Hoosick Falls Country Club.

James Toleman got the only victory for Cambridge, defeating Patrick McFee 2-up at No. 2.

Jake Owens beat Ben Epler, 3 and 1 and Darren Pemrick topped Isaac Toleman, 4 and 3. Owens was the medalist with a 37.

Cambridge plays Hoosick Falls on Monday.

Sage boys basketball clinic

ALBANY, N.Y. — Sage College is hosting a Columbus Day basketball clinic for boys on October 14.

The clinic is open to boys 10 to 17.

There is free early drop off and late pick up options available.

You can register online at sagegators.com.

Please contact Brian Barnes at 518-292-1969 or by email barneb@sage.edu for more information.

Ski World Cup tickets

KILLINGTON — Tickets for the 2019 Killington Audi FIS Women's Ski World Cup are on sale now, giving winter sports fans the opportunity to see U.S. Ski Team athletes and Olympic medalists racing at Vermont's Killington Resort.

Olympic and World Champion Mikaela Shiffrin will be among those racing at Killington this Thanksgiving weekend.

Along with the ticketed seating, Killington will once again offer free access for spectators.

St. Peters golf tournament

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BENNINGTON — Saint Peters Church is hosting a nine-hole golf tournament at Mount Anthony Country Club on Saturday, September 28 at 1 p.m.

The tournament costs $70 to take part and includes a cart, along with gifts and prizes and gathering after the tournament.

Singles, doubles, three or foursomes are welcome to compete.

For more information, call 802-447-0119.

U-16 Greylock Thunder softball

ADAMS, Mass. — The Under-16 Greylock Thunder travel softball team fall ball registration is open now and runs until Sunday.

There will be a in-person registration on August 25 from 9-11 a.m. at Russell Field with U-16 coaches.

The Greylock Thunder fall ball program is open to all players from any league that doesn't offer a similar program or that are looking for a different softball experience.

This is a great opportunity to just play softball to help stay in the game or for preparing yourself for the upcoming 2020 Summer Travel/Tournament Season.

Players interested in playing summer travel ball are welcome as well.

There is an $80 fee to play.

Please contact Bill Bird at 413-358-5039 or dusters043@yahoo.com with further questions.

Hoyt Charity Golf Tournament

MANCHESTER — The 28th Annual Win Hoyt Charity Golf Tournament will be held Wednesday, September 18 at the Ekwanok Country Club.

Registration opens at 11 a.m., lunch is at 12 p.m. and players tee off at 12:30 p.m.

The tournament is named in memory of Win Hoyt, a long-time Manchester resident and former Director of the Chamber.

In 1970, Win took over the Caddie Scholarship Program at Ekwanok and provided leadership until his death in 1989.

Proceeds will be divided equally between Bennington County Habitat for Humanity and the Manchester Community Library.

Cost to play is $150; sponsorship opportunities are available at different levels.

For more information, to reserve a team or be paired up with a foursome, please contact Bennington County Habitat, 802-367-1000, bchabitatoffice@gmail.com.


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