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North Olmsted

Springvale Country Club will be hosting “A Great White Winter Cross Country Ski Chase” on Feb. 11, at 1 p.m.

The ski chase is a fun-format cross country skiing distance challenge, in which individuals or teams of two or three skiers complete as many laps as they can on a short course within one hour. Every skier on a team must complete at least one lap, after which it is up to teams to decide how many laps each skier will do. It is a great event for novice skiers, families and even as a warm-up for those training for ski marathons. Team categories will be determined the day of the chase, but include family, co-ed, youth and multigenerational teams. Any combination of one, two or three skiers will do. Registration will be from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The fee is $10 per person. Springvale Country Club is located at 5871 Canterbury Road, North Olmsted, Ohio. There is no preregistration. For more information, e-mail tbc@case.edu.

 

Indians “Tribe on Tour” will visit Westfield Great Northern Mall

The Cleveland Indians “Tribe on Tour” four-day mall tour will visit Great Northern mall in North Olmsted on Jan. 27, from 7-9 p.m. in the dining court by Dick’s Sporting Goods. “Tribe on Tour” will feature Indians players, coaches, staff and broadcasters in addition to live player interviews and autograph signings. This is free to all attendees. Scheduled to appear is Indians manager Manny Acta, as well as players Shelly Duncan, Jason Kipnis, Jack Hannahan, Jason Donald and Josh Tomlin, and broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus. Slider and the Hot Dog mascots will be on hand to add to the entertainment and festivities. Attendees will have the opportunity to play Indians-themed games to win great prizes. Additionally, Cleveland Indians Charities will hold raffles for autographed items. Proceeds of each raffle will benefit Northeast Ohio youth-oriented organizations. Visit www.indians.com/tribeontour for additional information.

 

Fairview Park

Fairview High School is looking for a pole vault coach for the 2012 track and field season. This is a paid position.  Responsibilities will include teaching pole vault technique to high school boys and girls while also working with middle school vaulters two times a week, running the pole vault event at high school and middle school meets and assisting with other track-related duties on the team. Applicants must have a CPR certification, attend a sports medicine class, attend the OHSAA “Coaching Class” and attend a pole vault certification class. Please contact head coach Rich Friel at 440-356-3500, ext. 4141.

 

Crushers announce 3rd Annual Youth Baseball Camp dates

Crushers baseball is still more than four months away at All Pro Freight Stadium, but the Crushers are getting ready for a summer full of baseball!  The Lake Erie Crushers are excited to announce their third annual Youth Baseball Camps, instructed by Crushers players.

The Crushers will host four two-day camps this summer.  The dates for the 2012 camps are:

·         Camp 1: Tuesday, June 12, and Wednesday, June 13

·         Camp 2: Monday, June 18, and Tuesday, June 19

·         Camp 3: Wednesday, June 27, and Thursday, June 28

·         Camp 4: Monday, July 30, and Tuesday, July 31

Each camp will run from 9:30a.m. to 12:30p.m.

For $75 per camp, campers will receive a 2012 Baseball Camp T-shirt, a Crushers braided athletic necklace and one general admission ticket voucher for a 2012 home game.

For more information and to print off a registration form, visit www.lakeeriecrushers.com or contact the Lake Erie Crushers at 440-934-3636.

 

 

Baldwin-Wallace wrestling team falls to No. 24 Ohio Northern in first OAC match

The Baldwin-Wallace College wrestling team fell to 24th-ranked Ohio Northern University, 45-7, Jan. 10 in the opening Ohio Athletic Conference match for both schools.

The Yellow Jackets are now 1-1 overall and 0-1 in the OAC, while the Polar Bears improved to 5-3 overall and 1-0 in the OAC.

The Yellow Jackets were led by freshman 141-pounder Nick Ramsey (Cleveland/Lakewood) who won by major decision 15-5 in his very first OAC and dual match appearance.  Ramsey, who joined the team this semester, now has a record of 3-3 after posting a mark of 2-3 at the Waynesburg (Pa.) University Invitational.

In addition to Ramsey, freshman 149-pounder Sam McIntosh (South Euclid/Brush) won by a 6-2 decision to pick up his first career OAC victory.  McIntosh is now tied for the team lead in wins with a record of 10-8 overall.

 

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