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May 14, 2014

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NHS Baseball Alumni Golf Tournament

Registration for the third annual Newburyport High School Baseball Alumni Golf Tournament is now full, but anyone interested in sponsoring a hole for $100 or donating an item for the event’s raffle is still welcome to do so. This year’s tournament is being played in memory of board member John Notargiacomo (NHS, ‘75), who passed away earlier this year. For more information, contact Kevin Doyle at kcjdoyle@aol.com.

Peak Performance Clinic

The Peak Performance speed, agility and quickness clinic will run from June 23 through Aug. 15 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at Fuller Field in Newburyport. It is a multi-sport speed, agility, quickness and game conditioning clinic for both male and female athletes. The focus is on injury prevention through the most up to date training techniques. The clinic consists of speed, plyometrics, explosiveness and change of direction drills. For more information visit www.peakperformancecamp.net or email jason@peakperformancecamp.net.

Basketball

The RIM Sports Complex in Hampton, N.H. will be holding an 18+ basketball league on Wednesday nights starting June 2. The 35+ league will be Monday nights starting June 4. Put together you own team for $695. Or $75/player to sign up on the free agents team. A and B leagues. New players will receive team shirts. Certified officials. Weekly game results posted in Hampton Union. Standing/Schedule posted on The Rim website at www.therimsports.net.

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The Newburyport Girls Basketball Summer Clinic run by Newburyport High School coach Gregg Dollas, high school basketball staff and players will be offered for students entering grades 2-9. The clinic will run from Monday, June 23, to Thursday, June 26, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Newburyport High School. For registration forms and more information, visit: http://freeteams.com/NGBA/.

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The Triton Boys Basketball Clinic will run from July 14-17 from 9:30 to 1:30 at Triton Regional High School. Players will have an opportunity to experience the growing tradition of Triton basketball and benefit from one-on-one interaction from the team’s players and staff. Enrollment is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Players can register at www.trsdathletics.net under Camps and Clinics.

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