S P O R T S THE INDEPENDENT, MARCH 27, 1991 3 5 Hills Soccer Camp, in cooperation with and ability. The camp, which is open to swim, a 23-mile cycling course and a 6.2- local recreation departments and soccer boys ages 8-18, will run from June 23 to mile run in Bridgewater. Participants will clubs, has seven weeks of summer soccer for July 5. Details: 1-718-833-6009. compete in one of nine age groups. Last boys and girls ages 5-18 with both full- and year's best times were 1:33 (men) and 1:51 half-day sessions available. Area camps in- (women). Registration is $45 per person, HAZLET clude the following: July 22-26, Hazlet; July The Grejhound Soccer Camp for boys which includes T-shirt, helmet cover, certif- 29 to Aug. 2, Middletown; Details: Joe La- ages 1 i-i 7 will be held at Moravian College, icate, day of admission to Round Valley, a Tom Seeger of Hazlet, a member of the Bethlehem, Pa., from July 28 to Aug. 2. The picnic and awards ceremony. The field is Upsala College basketball team, earned All- Spada, 1-908-766-0568 or 1-908-953-0672. camp is under the co-directorship of John open to the first 600 paid registrants; there Jersey 9 Second Team honors for his play Makuvek, Moravian College coach, and is no post entry. Deadline for registration is during the 1990-91 season. Seeger averaged For the second time in as many years, the Manny Tavormina, former Lehigh Univer- May 15. Details: 204-3028; 526-1300; 725- 11.4 ppg and led the Vikings in assists for Monmouth Rugby Football Club competed sity coach. The camp is structured for play- 6373; or 725-2300; all from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. the second consecutive season. The 5-10 in the finals of the second division of the ers of all levels of ability. Details: 1-215- weekdays. Upsala sophomore is a graduate of Raritan Washington Irish RFC St. Patrick's Day 861-1535 (days) or 1-215-865-2970 (eve- High School. Tournament in Washington, D.C. In an at- nings). tempt to defend their 1990 title, the Mon- The annual Easter Seal Volleyball Week- The Hazlet Cobras defeated the Prince- mouth "A" side lost to the Albany RFC in end will be held the weekends of April 6-7 ton Panthers 7-3 in Division II soccer ac- the final match. To arrive at the final Information on this spring's Hershey and April 13-14 at locations throughout the tion on March 17. Kenny Cunningham match, of the second division, Monmouth Track and Field National Youth Program is state. The event, sponsored by Century 21, scored a hat trick for the Cobras, while Mi- beat Schenectady RFC. 8-0, Western Sub- available from Bill Eisenring, New Jersey features competition for men's, women's chael Roberto, Brendan Tennant, Keith urbs RFC (Fairfax, Va.), 16-4, and New Ha- State Chairman, by calling 1-908-246-8093. and co-ed teams of all levels of ability. Time Samber and Rocco Contadare scored one ven RFC, 21-6. In the final match Mon- The Hershey Youth Program allows young- slots are reserved on a first-come, first-serve goal each. Outstanding defensive players mouth lost to Albany RFC, 16-10. The sters between the ages of 9-14 the chance to basis. Early registration is recommended. were Tommy Ashworth and Brian Pawlak. Monmouth "B" side, which made it to the enjoy the benefits of physical fitness and Details: 247-8353 or 1-609-667-9069. Keith Zielinski and Donny Goeghan shared semifinals of the second division in 1990, competition. There is no cost to participate the goaltending victory for Hazlet (1 -0). won its first match, 19-16, against the Wind- in the program and the only equipment hover RFC (Windhover, N.Y.) "A" side. In needed is a pair of sneakers. Rutgers College Recreational Services in- the second match, Monmouth "B" lost to troduces the premier session of the Rutgers MATAWAN Clearfield RFC (Clearfield, Pa.), 10-9, in the Aquatics Training School. The school will Big East Field Hockey Camps will con- offer certification courses for lifeguards, Annette Tomasello of Matawan has final minutes of a well-played match. Mon- duct three sessions at two locations during swimming instructors, pool managers and earned distinction as a Trenton State Col- mouth will continue its season at home for the summer of 1991. The first session will maintenance personnel, recreation directors lege Scholar-Athlete. To gain the honor, a the next two weeks: Saturday vs. Bergen run from July 20-24 at Moravian College, and coaches. Training sessions will be held TSC athlete must attain a 3.3 cumulative RFC, and April 6 vs. Bucknell RFC. All Bethlehem, Pa., with a team camp sched- from June 7-16 in the Busch Recreation grade point average. Tomasello, a junior home matches are played at Dorbrook Park, uled for July 24-28 at Moravian. The third Center on the Busch campus of Rutgers Col- Softball player, is a health and physical edu- Route 537, Colts Neck. Kickoff for the "A" session will be held at Glassboro State Col- lege, Piscataway. The training staff will be cation major at the Ewing Township school. side games will be at 12:30 p.m. New play- lege from Aug. 4-8. Former Olympic goalie headed by Craig Ritz, aquatics coordinator ers are always welcome. No experience is necessary. Details: Carl Hamm, 776-5195, and Yale head coach Diane Moyer will act of Rutgers College Recreational Services MIDDLETOWN or Paul Barford, 530-5792. as co-director along with 1984-85 Junior and current chairman of the Aquatics Coun- College Coach of the Year Gloria Byard. cil of the American Alliance for Health, Glenn Hirsch of Middletown is a member The camps are instructional sessions for Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. of the 1991 Glassboro State College tennis A USSSA Men's "D" Divisional Softball girls entering seventh through 12th grade. Registration deadline is May 24. Details: 1- team. The 6-1, 180-pound senior is a grad- Qualifier will be held April 27-28 at the Tuition is $225 (overnight, all meals) or 908-932-8204. uate of Middletown North High School. New Egypt and New Hanover fields. Guar- $190 (commuters, all lunches and dinners). The Profs opened the season Tuesday at anteed three games. Entry deadline: April Details: 1-609-224-0959. LaSalle, and will play at Philadelphia Tex- 20. A USSSA Men's "C" and "D" Divisio- News about area athletes in college, lo- tile and at Rutgers-Newark before opening nal Qualifier will be held May 18-19 at the cal recreation teams or registrations may their home slate Tuesday vs. Kean College. New Egypt and New Hanover fields. Guar- The recreation departments from Ber- be sent to Sport Shorts, 766 Shrewsbury anteed three games. Entry deadline: May 11. nards Township, Branchburg, Bridgewater Avenue, Tinton Falls 07724, att. Sports Cheryl Guerriero of Middletown is a A USSSA Men's "D" Divisional Qualifier and Somerville are sponsoring the ninth an- Dept. To reach the Sports Department, call member of the 1991 Trenton State College will be held June 22-23 at the New Egypt nual Garden State Tin Man Triathlon on 1-201-254-7000, ext. 229, Monday through lacrosse team. Guerriero is a senior attacker and New Hanover fields. Guaranteed three June 1. The event consists of a Vi-mile Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the Lions. She earned a letter for her games. Entry deadline: June 15. Entry fee efforts last spring. Trenton State, which is for each tournament: $175, plus $20 if not coached by Sharon Goldbrenner, will open USSSA registered. Rosters limited to 20 the season today at Salisbury State, Md. men for each tournament. Details on all TSC will open at home vs. Drew Universi- tournaments: Terry Conk, 1-609-758-8563 THE AFFORDABLE ty, Tuesday, 7 p.m. or 1-609-466-2151; Gary Conk, 1-609-758- 8665; or Bruce Wheeler, 1-609-893-4175. AL^ERN: •-'•V?: The Middletown Elks 2179 awarded their local basketball Hoop shoot winners at a Rider College basketball coach Kevin breakfast sponsored by the Middletown Bannon will direct four sessions of the Su- Elks Youth Activities Committee. Honored perstar Basketball Camp this summer at in the girls' division were: Marieclair Smith, Rider's Lawrenceville campus. The 1991 in the 8-9 age group, Allison Halsey, in the sessions are: Offensive Improvement, June 10-11 age group, and Amy Nolan, in the 12- 30 to July 3; Open Week, July 7-12; Team 13 age group. Honored in the boys' division Week, July 28 to Aug. 2; and Fundamentals were: Michael Casha, in the 8-9 age group, and Fun Week, Aug. 5-9, with New York Patrick Whittet, in the 10-11 age group, and Knicks guard Greg Grant. Boys are girls in Glen Triplett, in the 12-13 age group. Whit- grades five through 12 are invited to attend. tet will represent the Middletown Elks at the Details: 1-609-896-5076 or 1-609-530-1548. Regional Hoop Shoot finals in Wilkes Bar- re, Pa. In attendance at the awards breakfast The Fort Monmouth One-Pitch Softball were state Sen. Richard Van Wagner, State Tournament will be held April 19-21. All Assemblyman Joseph Kyrillos Jr., Middle- local softball teams are invited to partici- USED town Mayor Rosemarie D. Peters and John pate in this pre-season tournament wich of- 1990 VW FOX 1988 CHEVROLET CONVERSION VAN 1 9 8 7 P O N T I A C TRANS A M Kaye, president of the Shrewsbury State fers cash prizes for the first- and second- 2 Dr., FWD, 5 Spd Man Trans, Man Rack & Pin Str, P/B, 4 cyl., Console, A / Auto, P/S, P/B, 6 cvl., Console, A/C, Tlnl Glass, Rear Defr/Defog, AM/FM SI. Cass, P/ 2 Dr., Auto, P/S, P/B, V!, Console, A/C, Tint Glass, Rear Defr/Defog, A M / F M st. Cass, PI Bank. Chairman of the Youth Activities place teams. Entry fee is $150 per team. In C, Tint Glass, Rear Defr/Defog, Bkt Seats, Rec/Seats, Body Side Mldg, Dr. Edge Guard, Dig. Clk, Hal Lamps, Ace Stripes, Custom Whl Covers, Stl. Bltd. Or L, P/W, Tltt, Cruise, Bkl Seals, Rec/Seals, Dr. Edge Guard, Die. Clk, Lighted Vanlly Mirr, Sport Mlrr, Ace Stripes, Mag./Alu WWs, Dr L, P/W, P/Ant, TNI, Cruise, Bkt Seats, Body Side Mldg, Dr. Edge Guard, Dig. Clk, Mais, Lighted Vanity Mlrr, Sport Mlrr, Hal committee is Dan Maloney of the Middle- one-pitch action, each batter gets one pitch Radls., Deluxe Appearance Group, Dealer Prepara- tO4Aft S91. Bltd, Radls., H.D, Bait., Starcraft Conver- sion, Miles 43,415, Stk H A A A P Lamps, Ace Stripes, Mag./Alu Whis, Stl. Bltd. Radls. Miles 32,593 Stk ~* town Elks. to hit. If the pitch is a ball, the batter walks; tion, Stk #3503, Vin #MP00142, MSRP "9,246 O»t ,1 ij #33901, V,n #JB18O4.3. *1U|3J3 #P1M1, Vin #HN20033G *8995 if the pitch is a strike, the batter is out; if the 1991 VW JETTA GL 1987 CHEVROLET SPECTRUM 1987 NISSAN SENTRA hitter fouls off the pitch, it's an out. Details: 'A Dr., Sedan, FWD, 5 Spd Man Trans, O.D., 2 Dr., FWD, S Sod Man Trans, Man Rack S, RED BANK Clarence Johnson, 532-2848. 4 Dr., Sedan, FWD, 5 Spd Man Trans, P/S, P/B, 4 cyl., Console, A/C, Tint Glass, Rear Defr/Defog, Tilt, Bkt Seats, Rec/Seats, Body Side Mldg, Dr. Edge Guard, Dig. Clk, Sport Mirr, Hal Lamps, Ace Stripes, Custom Whl P/S, P/B, 4 cvl., A/C, Tint Glass, Rear Defr/ Defoo, AM/FM St. CaSS, Cruise, Bkt Seats, Rec/Seats, Body Side Mldg, Dr. Edge Guard, Pin Str, P/B, 4 cyl., Console, A/C, Tim Glass, Rear Defr/Defog, AM/FM St. Seats, Rec/Seats, Body Side Mldo, Dr. Edge Cass, Bkl The 1991 Green and Gold Basketball Covers, Stl. Bltd. Radls., H.D. Batt., Metallic Clear- coat Paint. Stk #3342, Vin #LN012977, MSRP Dig. Clk, Sport Mirr, Hal Lames, Ace Stripes, Guard, Dig. Clk, Sport Mlrr, Hal Lamps, Ace Stripes, Custom Wht Covers, Camp is accepting registration for its sum- Fort Monmouth and the New Jersey Roy- mer sessions. The camp, which is directed als are teaming up to offer a baseball clinic '12,551 '10,895 50,963, Stk #HMW73I #P1SS, Vin M395 Stl. BHd. Radls. Miles 50,781, Stk #P1B9, Vir, #HC76!766 J / I O Q C H a f c j O by Red Bank Catholic High School boys' for children ages 8-17. Children will be sepa- 1991 VW PASSAT GL 1985 VW QUANTUM GL 1988 SUBARU JUSTY hoop coach Joe Nappo, will be held at RBC rated into three age groups: 8-10, 11-13 and 4 Dr., Sedan, FWD, 3 Spd Man Trans, O.D., P/S, P/B, 4 cyl., Console, A/C, 4 Dr., Sedan, FWD, Auto, P/S, P/B, 5 cyl.. Console, A/C, Tint Glass, Rear Defr/Defog, AM/FM SI. Cass, P/Dr L, P/W, P/Ant, P/ 2 Or., Hlch Bck, FWD, 5 Spd Man Trans, O.D., Man Rack B, Pin Sir, P/B, 4 cyl.. daily from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Session will be 14-17. There will be two one-week clinics Tint Glass, Rear Defr/Defog, Tilt, Bkt Seats, Rec/Seats, Body Side Mldg, Dr. Tr/Hel, Till, Cruise, Bkl Seats, Rec/Seats, Body Side Mldg, Dr. Eflae Guard, Dig. Clk, Console, Tlnl Glass, Rear Defr/Defog, A M / FM St. Cast, Bkt Seats, Rec/Seats, Body Side Edge Guard, Dig. Clk, Sport Mirr, Hal Lamps, Ace P/Sun Roof, Mats, Lighted Vanity Mlrr, Sport held on the following dates: June 17-21, running June 24-28 and July 8-12. Fee is $ Mldo, Dr. Edge Guard, Dig. Clk, Sport Mirr, 13,995 Mirr, Hal Lamps, Ace Stripes, Mao./Alu Stripes, Custom Whl Covers, Stl. Bltd. Radls., H.D. Wnis, Sll. Bltd Radls.. H.D. Ball., As Traded, Hal Lamps, Ace Stripes, Custom whl Covert, June 24-28, July 1-5, July 8-12 (all co-ed $75 for Military and DOD Civilians and Batt. Stk #3505, Vin #MG050399, MSRP '16,636 Miles 92AM. S Vin #FE371436 *3895 Stk #PIS31, Vin #JB704742 camps) and July 15-19 (girls only). Details: $85 for off-post participants. Details: Ann Joe Kristofik, 747-1774, ext. 26. Marie Smith, 532-2202. Joe Namath, a member of the NFL Hall C547J REGIONAL of Fame, will return to Connecticut for the The New Jersey Tech Highlanders soccer 20th edition of his summer football camp. GS PARKWAY team will play Moscow Power Engineering Namath will be joined by Camp Director VOLKSWAGEN EXITS 100A Institute, the Russian collegiate soccer John Dockery and a staff of professional OR 100 champions, in an international soccer exhi- instructors at Quinnipiac College, Hamden, 4075 Hwy.33 Neptune.NJ (34) WORLD bition on April 4 at 2 p^m. on NJIT's Lubet- kin Field, Newark. Admission to the game Conn. The camp teaches the fundamentals of every offensive and defensive position in 922-1500 VOLKSWAGEN is free. Details: 1-201-596-8324. a field program broken down by age, weight 1 1r >c i i •< • t . i i • _ - , ! . . '
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