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Thursday, 02 July 2015 11:55

SWSC Juventus Finishes Strong with Win over Alleycats

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SWSC Juventus Finishes Strong with Win over Alleycats


The SWSC U10 boys’ team Juventus scored nine goals in their final victory of the 2015 outdoor travel soccer season, which saw them lose just two games all year. The 9-4 victory over the Alleycats on June 21 was their final game at Chaz Drake Field on Daniels Road. The team has been together for more than two years and is excited to be moving up to U12 next year and playing home games at Gavin Park.

Forwards/halfbacks Nico LaRosa, Evan Hallett, Charlie Fox, Davis Oliver-Goodwin and Flagg Taylor, wingers Tyler Gordon, Evan Weatherwax and Kaelen Leak, and stopper Evan Griffiths supported goalkeepers Dixon Boggs and Lucas Henderson throughout the season, scoring goals and making strong defensive plays and saves while learning "the beautiful game" and exemplifying good sportsmanship.



TogaHockey Camp


TogaHockey Camp 2015 will be held from Wednesday, July 22, through Friday, July 24, at the Weibel Avenue Ice Rink from 10 a.m. to noon each day.  The camp is open to anyone entering grades 8 through 12.  Cost is $175 per player, $125 for goalies.  For more information, contact coach Torres at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call at 518-583-1198.




Adirondack Heat Compete in Florida

The Adirondack Heat 14U travel baseball team is competing in the Perfect Game Super25 National Championship Tournament at JetBlue Player Development Complex in Fort Myers, Fla., through July 7.


The Heat won the Perfect Game Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament in Cumberland County, N.J., on June 14 to earn the berth in the national championship tournament.  The Perfect Game Super25 National Championship is a tournament of the top 25 travel baseball teams throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.


Built in 2012, the Jet Blue Player Development Complex is the spring training facility of the Boston Red Sox.  The facility consists of six minor league fields, as well as JetBlue Park at Fenway South, which has the exact same dimensions as Fenway Park in Boston, including the famed Green Monster.


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The Adirondack Heat Travel Baseball Program consists of 5 teams ranging from age 10 to 15.  The Heat is one of the premiere travel baseball programs in Section 2.  The Adirondack Heat 14U (Black) team consists of players from Saratoga, Ballston Spa, Schuylerville, Shenendahowa, Ichabod Crane, Troy, Shaker and Greenville High Schools.

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