Cabinet Sports Talk

WRESTLING

Milford-Souhegan
Tournament

The Milford-Souhegan Tournament will be held Dec. 13 at Milford High School. Weigh-ins begin at 7:15 a.m., wrestling will start at 9:15 a.m., and the finals are scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Tournament entry fee for each team will be $225 and must be done by Dec. 5. Wrestlers who were district, class, state or New England finishers, or outstanding wrestlers, will be seed, while others will be placed in the bracket. Coaches must have information sent to tournament director Jeff Sellars by Dec. 6.

Tickets will be $5 for adults and $3 for students. Teams that participated in 2013 were: Milford, Souhegan, Manchester West, Merrimack, Nashua North, Coventry (R.I.), Dean Tech (Mass.) and Winchester (Mass.). For more information, contact Sellars at 305-1542 or jsfw107@hotmail.com, or contact athletic director Marc Maurais at 673-4201, ext. 3602.

HIGH SCHOOL

Spartans searching
for coaches

The Milford School District has openings for the following positions: assistant alpine ski coach, with a TBD stipend; boys tennis coach, available March 23 with a stipend of $1,976. The school will provide training to candidates. Knowledge of first aid and CPR required with help finding the appropriate courses to qualify. Send Applications to: Linda Gadbois, Director of HR, 100 West St., Milford, NH, 03055.

BASKETBALL

Elks Hoop Shoot set

Players from all area youth/church basketball groups such as CYO and Biddy leagues, as well as any interested area boys and girls between ages 8 and 13, are eligible to participate in the 43rd Annual Greater Nashua Elks Hoop Shoot Free Throw contest on Saturday, Dec. 6, in the Elm Street Middle School Gymnasium on Chestnut Street.

The competition starts at 8 a.m. There is no charge.

In addition to Nashua, players from Hudson, Litchfield, Hollis, Brookline, Amherst, Milford, Wilton and Merrimack are also welcome. A youngster’s age on April 1, 2015, determines his/her age division.

Players must wear basketball or tennis shoes to compete. T-shirts, slacks or pants may be worn but basketball uniforms are preferred. As each age category is completed, contestants may leave. The entire contests last about two hours, enabling players to make any scheduled league games.

Contestants will shoot five warm-ups before shooting 25 free throws. Area winners will compete in the State Elks Southern New Hampshire District Free Throw contest in Rochester on Saturday, Jan. 11.

For more information, contact Elks Youth Chairman Al Savage at 888-0064.