Traverse City Record-Eagle

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February 17, 2014

Sports in Brief: 02/17/2014

TC baseball camp slated

TRAVERSE CITY — A baseball camp will be held at Traverse City Central on Feb. 22 and March 15.

The camp, for those in grades 2-6, will cover all aspects of the game — pitching, catching, hitting and fielding.

For more information contact Central coach Pat McDonald at at 632-1360 or email

The cost is $59 for one camp, $100 for both.

Three St. Francis wrestlers advance

ROGERS CITY — Three St. Francis wrestlers advanced to the state individual wrestling finals in Saturday’s Division 4 regional at Rogers City.

Zach Schaub won the 119-pound weight class, defeating Onaway’s Isaac Nave 10-2 in the finals.

Jake Khoury finished second at 285, losing to Whittemore-Prescott’s Ryan Prescott 3-1 in the championship match.

Matt Mawby came in fourth at 130 pounds. He lost to Iron Mountain’s Alex Edwards 6-2 in the battle for third.

Leland holds on to beat Kingsley

KINGSLEY — Tyler Leveque scored 15 points as Leland held on to beat Kingsley 48-44 in a Northwest Conference basketball game.

The Comets led by 15, 38-23, at the end of three quarters, then withstood a late Stags rally. Kingsley closed to within one.

Jarid Lueck netted 13 points and Stacy Almquist 11 for the Stags (7-9, 5-6). Tyler Newell had eight points, 11 rebounds and four assists.

Kingsley is at Buckley on Wednesday.

Coast Guard offering class

TRAVERSE CITY — The Traverse City Coast Guard Auxiliary will offer an eight-hour class — About Boating Safety — for novice recreational boaters ages 12 and older.

Topics covered include boating safety and safety equipment, emergency procedures, navigation rules and aids, boating regulations, and charting. The class meets in two sessions: Tuesday, March 18 from 5:30-9 p.m. and Saturday morning, March 22, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The cost is $10 to cover cost of book and certificate.

To pre-register call Dianne Walker at 941-8076 by March 14. Six students are needed to hold the class.

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