Boardman sports briefs

Junior golfer competes in tournament

Brian Terlesky of Boardman finished first in the 10 to 12-year-old division with 35 strokes after nine holes at the 2010 Candywood Golf Club Junior Tournament June 23.

Local golfer competes in Canton series

Boardman junior golfer Brad Koch competed in the 16 to 19 age division in the Kenny Novak series at Fairways at Arrowhead in Canton. Koch finished 17th with an 87.

Golf tournament to benefit Canfield youth

The Boardman Poland Junior Women’s League will sponsor a golf scramble July 10 at Bedford Trails Golf Course with proceeds to benefit Garrett Schenker, a 16-year-old sophomore at Canfield High School, who was diagnosed with an aggressive form of Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in February.

The four-person scramble format is limited. The cost is $75 per player. The event includes 18 holes of golf and a cart. Breakfast, lunch and a steak dinner will be provided.

All players have a chance to win a two-year lease on a Chevrolet Malibu, donated by Stadium Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac. For information, registration or to make a donation, contact Lynn Mickey at 330-770-5871.

Boardman team splits doubleheader Boardman Mayo and Orvets and Canfield went head to head in a Tri-T Fast Pitch doubleheader recently.

In the first contest, Canfield defeated Boardman 14-5 in five innings. Boardman was led by Jenna Fonner with two hits, including a double. Baylie Mook had an RBI for Mayo and Megan Jones had a double.

The second game ended after four innings when Boardman won 9-1 against Canfield. Nicole Sanfilippo pitched a no-hitter and got strong offensive support. Stephanie Rosine and Megan Jones had two hits each. Rosine’s hits were doubles and Jones got a triple. The duo collected three RBIs to pace Boardman Mayo.

Golfers and sponsors wanted for outing

The Brett Wilcox Charity Golf Outing will be July 25 at Lakeside Golf Course, 2404 SE River Road in Lake Milton.

The fee to enter is $65 per person or $250 for a foursome and includes cart, greens fees and dinner. There will be donuts and coffee at registration and the four-man scramble will be an 8 a.m. shotgun start.

A skins game and 50/50 raffle will be available. The hole-in-one prize will be a 2010 Chevy Cobalt donated by Stadium in Salem.

Hole sponsors are needed. Fees are $100 for hole sponsor, $120 flag sponsor, $200 bronze sponsor, $250 silver sponsor and $350 gold corporate sponsor.

Golfers must register by July 12 and space will be limited to 144 golfers.

All proceeds will benefit Austintown’s 2-year-old Brett Wilcox’s battle with A.M.L. Leukemia.

For information, to register or to donate, call John or Mary Beth Dobrindt at 330-793-7782.

Ultimate frisbee tournament planned

Poland’s cross country team is hoping to host an Ultimate frisbee tournament in July.

Teams must have two of seven spots on the field filled by females or left vacant. Teams with 10 players with at least three females are suggested. A $100 entry fee will guarantee teams at least three games. Individuals may register for $15 and will be placed on a team with other players at the discretion of the tournament director. The tournament will be played at Poland Township Park in July. Specific dates will be determined based on feedback from interested teams and players. For information or to register, e-mail

Boardman swim teams compete

The Boardman swim team took to the water and defeated the Applewood swim team 283-216 June 16.

Triple first-place winners included Christyna Reagan and Kaelyn Weitzman for Applewood. Winning three events each for Boardman were Jennah Markovitch, River Flatley, Mikel Flately, Peyton Curtis, Daniel Barnett, Justin Metzel, Jordyn Markovitch, Brooke Bailey, Michael DiDomenico, Ryan Bailey, Sara Gonda, Marco DiVencenzo and Ashley Aldan.

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