Local sports calender
The Chris Potvin Scholarship Fund — Accepting 2021 applications for $1,000 scholarships to deserving student-athletes. Applications are available at http://chrispotvinfund.org or high school guidance offices.
Eastern Connecticut Major League — Accepting teams and players for the upcoming season. Team entry fee: $3,500. Contact: John Turner, firstname.lastname@example.org
Waterford Babe Ruth baseball — Registration for 13-15 season is open on league website (wbrlct.org). Fee: $150. For players from Waterford, Montville and students who attend schools in those towns. Contact: Lucas Beaney at email@example.com
Niantic American Legion baseball — Looking for a head coach and players for 19U team. Contact: Bob Banker, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jack Benny Softball League — Looking for players over the age of 45 to play in the league. Games are Sunday afternoons beginning in May. Contact: Frenchy DeFrehn, email@example.com or (860) 961-9545.
CT Rebels baseball — Looking for players for 12U team (must be 12 or younger on or before May 1). For more information go to http:/rebels11.simplesite.com. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text (774) 451-0924.
Shoreline Sting Gold softball — Looking for a pitcher and utility player for 18U team. Contact: David Gage at email@example.com or (860) 227-0085.
Pequot Golf Club leagues — Leagues beginning for men and women of all ages along with morning and evening leagues. You can even begin your own league. Contact: Pequot pro shop, (860) 535-1898.
13th Annual Ledyard H.S. Golf Outing — Monday, July 5, Lake of Isles (South Course). Registration, 7:30 a.m., shotgun start, 8:30 a.m. Cost: $150 per-person includes greens fees, golf cart, on-course meal, use of practice facilities. Contact: Athletic director James Buonocore, firstname.lastname@example.org
Stories that may interest you
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Missy Parker is perhaps better known around the community as the emerging face of sports at New London High School.
It’s hard for Dougie DelaCruz to fully express the impact his mother Ruth continues to have on his life. Ruth has always been there for Dougie and his three brothers.