Local sports briefs

Any questions please email [email protected] Bishop Fenwick’s 5th Annual Girls Basketball Camp will run from July 22-25, 9am-1pm at Danvers Indoor Sports.

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Top Notch Field Hockey’will be hosting a pair of clinics/camps this summer on the following dates: August 12-15, Day session for beginner/intermediate players entering grades 5-9; August 18-20 Advanced/team night session for experienced players entering grades 9-12. Please contact Jill McGinnity at [email protected] for more info.

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Salem Youth Football and Cheering will hold its last registration of the year on Wednesday, July 17 at the Salem Moose Lodge from 6:30 – 8 p.m.

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Read more about this year’s high school graduates on the North Shore in our special Salute to Seniors section.

Publisher: Salem News
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Local sports briefs for July 11 | Sports

JOHNSTOWN ‘ The North American Hockey League (NAHL) is pleased to announce that it will be developing and sending a team to represent the league and the United States at the 2019 Sirius Junior Club World Cup.

This is the first year that the NAHL has participated in an international tournament, so these 24 guys are part of something historic. For this tournament, sanctioned by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), one player is chosen from each NAHL team to participate in the tournament. This team is fondly thought of as an all-star team of sorts, and the Tomahawks’ own Chris Trouba has been chosen to represent Johnstown in this worldwide tournament.

Publisher: Daily American
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LOCAL BRIEFS: Blues’ arena to get state money for renovations

JEFFERSON CITY ‘ The Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues have scored another victory ‘ this time, at the Missouri Capitol.

Gov. Mike Parson signed legislation Tuesday that authorizes up to $70 million in state subsidies over two decades to help pay for renovations at the arena where the Blues play their home games.

The annual state payments for the Enterprise Center would start in the 2022 fiscal year. Supporters say the improvements are essential as St. Louis competes with similar arenas in other cities to attract U.S. Olympic and college sports events.

Missouri already provides $3 million of annual subsidies for the stadiums used by the Kansas City Chiefs and Royals. The legislation extends those for 10 more years.

Publisher: Columbia Missourian
Date: 2019-07-09T20:00:00-0500
Author: Gov Mike Parson signed legislation that authorizes up to 70 million to pay for renovations at the Enterprise Center
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