Indians capture City Babe Ruth title
The Indians captured the Nashua City Babe Ruth League Championship with a 9-8 win in the deciding game over the White Sox.
The White Sox took an early lead of 5-0 in the second inning on an RBI base on balls to Cam Nixon, followed by Mark Thibault’s grand slam. The Indians started chipping away at that lead in the fourth inning, with the White Sox walking in three runs.
In the fifth, the Indians scored four more to take a 7-5 lead. The White Sox battled back in the sixth, scoring three to take an 8-7 advantage, before the Indians rallied again to grab a 9-8 edge. They held on as the Sox left the tying run at third in the seventh.
White Sox pitching staff of Thibault (four innings), Nate Chisholm (part of the fifth) and Hector Rodriguez (three innings) held the Indians to six hits, but were hampered by nine walks and five errors.
Indians pitchers Joe Berman (four innings), Jack Gauthier (2 2/3) and Vincent Priore (1 1/3) collectively gave up 10 hits and walked eight, but the team played errorless ball behind them.
Priore (two singles) and Kyle Evans (single and double) led the Indians’ offense while Will Brooks and Jeffry Lugo also had singles.
The White Sox hitting was provided by Nixon (two singles), Reidar Kelsall (two singles and a triple), Thibault (two singles and grand slam), Jafet Rodriguez (a single and double), Braden McDonnell (double) and Nolan Foss (single).
In addition to winning the city title, the Indians also won the league’s regular season with a 9-3 record, and including the playoffs, won 11 straight to end the season.
The Indians were managed by Don Berman and assisted by Ryan Ferris, while the roster consisted of: Joe Berman, Will Brooks, Kyle Evans, Sam Charron, Vincent Priore, Jack Gauthier, Aaron Roberge, Brian Ascani, Nick Bourlier, Zach Rioux, Jeff Lugo and Alex Lambalot.
Nashua Park-Rec Fishing Derby
The Nashua Parks and Recreation Department and the Horsepond Fish and Game Club will hold the 2016 Fishing Derby as part of the SummerFun Program on Saturday, July 9 from 9-11 a.m. at the Horsepond Fish and Game Club off of Broad Street.
This is a free event and is geared for children 5-12 years of age. The first 75 registrations receive a free T-shirt.
To register please call the Nashua Parks and Recreation Department at 589-3370. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and lines are in the water at 9 a.m.
There will be awards given for the top fisherman and raffle prizes to be given away. A free barbeque follows the Derby at 11:30 a.m.
Nashua Park-Rec Clinics
The Nashua Parks and Recreation Department will be running several free softball clinics this spring, with focus on fielding/hitting, and pitching/catching.
The clinics are open to any Nashua girls ages 7-15 and all clinics are free of charge.
The clinics will use a multiple-station format, keeping the girls in constant motion, and will work drills for both novice and advanced skill levels.
Contact the Nashua Park-Rec office for future clinic dates.
Milford Titan Camps
The Titan Basketball Camps will take place at Milford Middle School starting on Monday, July 11 and running through Friday, July 15, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for all students entering grades 5-8, and on July 18-22, from 9 a.m. to noon, for those entering grades K-4.
Registration forms can be downloaded off the Milford Middle School Website, milfordK12.org, under the athletics tab.
For more information, contact Don Gutterson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HBHS Girls Summer Camp
The 8th Hollis Brookline Skills and Drills Girls Basketball Camp will be held at the Hollis Brookline High School Gym from Aug. 1-5, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Girls from Hollis and Brookline entering grades six, seven, eight and nine are eligible to attend. The camp will be run by HB coaches Bob Murphy, Tara Goldenberg and several of last year’s varsity players.
The camp will include individual skills, group drills, contests, and team games. Cost for the week is $70 per camper. A certified trainer will be present.
Application forms, health and waiver forms and a copy of a recent physical will be required.
For information and required forms, contact HB coach Bob Murphy at email@example.com. Registration will be limited to the first 40 who sign up.
Milford High School Camp
The Milford High School fundraising basketball camp’s second session will be held for youths ages 7-16 on July 25-29 at Milford Middle School.
It will be 8:30 a.m.-2 pm. Monday through Thursday and 8:30-12:30 on Fridays. For cost and further details, call 672-7140.
HBJC Cheer Registration
Registration for the Hollis Brookline Jr. Cavaliers Cheer season will remain open until July 7.
The HBJC Camp was recently held as campers participated in cheering, tumbling, dancing, and stunting, ending with a performance for family and friends.
For more informaton, contact Robin Giaconia at argiaconia@
HBJC Coaches Needed
The Hollis Brookline Junior Cavaliers Football and Cheer Athletic Program (HBJC) is currently seeking applications for all levels of football and cheer coaching positions.
These positions include head coaches, assistant coaches and junior demonstrators.
For information or to complete an application, go to www.hbjr
For football related questions, contact football director Fred Hubert at firstname.lastname@example.org. For cheer coaching questions, contact cheer coordinator Robin Giaconia at email@example.com.
Cavaliers Mini Mite Program
The Southern New Hamspshire Cavaliers will have a Mini Mite limited travel hockey program for boys and girls ages 5-8 years old.
There are two 12-week sessions, or youths may register for the full year.
Please contact Paul Soule at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 978-375-5403 for more information, including cost, etc.
Cavaliers accepting players
The Southern NH Cavaliers are now accepting players at the Mites, Squirts and Bantam levels. The teams will have two practices per week, and 35 games during the season. If you have any questions please contact Paul Soule at email@example.com or 978-375-5403.
Granite State Kids Registration
Granite State Kids summer junior tennis program is currently underway.
It provides tennis instruction and match play for youths ages 5-18, for all levels, beginner through competition at County Road Courts in Bedford.
Beginner play is Monday and Wednesday mornings. Intermediate practice is Tuesday morning with match play on Thursday.
The season continues through Aug. 4 and winds up with a Tennis Carnival and NH JTT State Tournament.
More information is available on www.granitestatekids.com.
Elks Crusaders seek donations
The Nashua Elks Crusaders, a non-profit youth football and cheer organization, is seeking help from the community in purchasing new equipment and uniforms.
Donations can be made to Nashua Crusaders P.O. Box 7248 Nashua, NH 03063. Also, for more information on sponsorship opportunities, email necpresident
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.