Softball and Baseball Results
Softball and Baseball
Long Lake Central School teacher David Olbert returns to coach the Orange varsity baseball team this year in the hope of winning the division again and improving on the team’s 9-4 record.
Johnsburg Central School teacher Phil Goodman returns for his 16th year as the coach of the Lady Jaguars varsity softball team.
After losing longtime varsity baseball coach Tim Leach at the end of the 2012 season, Johnsburg Jaguar fans are putting their faith in first-time coach Ryan Carpenter, who took over Leach’s teaching job at the beginning of the school year.
One of the newest members of the Indian Lake-Long Lake varsity softball team will be the coach, Long Lake Town Highway Superintendent Chip Farr.
Like most Adirondack high school ball teams, the wintry spring weather has been a real hardship for Coach Bruce McGinn and his Minerva-Newcomb varsity softball team.
At first glance, a 16-player roster for the Minerva-Newcomb varsity baseball team sounds impressive, but veteran Coach Ed LaCourse is faced with several challenges this season that could prevent the team from beating its 6-4 record last season.
Here is the News Enterprise Sports Roundup for April 19, 2013.
Here is the News Enterprise Sports Roundup for April 18, 2013.
Two Johnsburg Central School students were chosen to attend the annual Boys’ State and Girls’ State events this summer, a program sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary Post 629 in North Creek.
Budget options call for sports, personnel cuts
Facing a $540,000 budget gap, the Ticonderoga Central School board of education has identified three possible options to keep the 2013-14 spending plan within the state tax cap. All the options include cutting school sports programs and non-mandated classes such as art and music. Each also calls for personnel cuts.
Lake George basketball team makes history as they overpowering a far taller team and top of an outstanding season by winning the New York State Class C. Boys Basketball championship.
Former Panthers asked to donate for new banners
Crown Point Central School athletes of yesteryear are being asked to rally in support of their heritage. The school varsity club is seeking donations to replace seven championship banners that were once displayed in the school gym.
Hebert caps championship season
Jay Hebert of Ticonderoga finished eighth in the 60-meter hurdles at the New Balance Indoor Track & Field National Championships March 10 in New York City.