Cabinet Sports Talk

LACROSSE

SVL brings the
Rusty Bones to the
Hampshire Dome

Souhegan Valley Lacrosse, Inc., has formally taken over the business operations of the Rusty Bones Lacrosse Club of New Hampshire.

“This is a real feather in our cap as we look to build a hub for the fastest game on two feet in the Souhegan Valley.” Erich Herbert, President of SVL, said. ”We were looking to develop a strong seniors (adult) lacrosse program within the Olde New England Lacrosse League. Bringing the Rusty Bones organization into our family has provided us a fantastic opportunity we are grateful and look forward to building on a strong foundation.”

Scott McKenzie, founder of the Rusty Bone Lacrosse Club said, “We are pleased to become part of an organization that is focused on success and track record of playoff competitive teams. The Bones are excited to bring a storied history as the oldest lacrosse club and original six member of the ONELL to the Souhegan Valley.”

Herbert added, “We’re really excited to be working with the Hampshire Dome to bring our home games to a fantastic local indoor facility. We hope our youth players and their parents clubs will come cheer us on as we take on some of the top talent in the region this summer.”

For more information about the Rusty Bones Lacrosse Club of New Hampshire, visit www.rustyboneslax.com. Souhegan Valley Lacrosse operates the Amherst Lacrosse Club and Milford Lacrosse Club. For more information about the various programs they offer visit www.amherst
lacrosseclub.com.

For more information on Olde New England Lacrosse League visit www.onell.org.

SOCCER

ASC holding spring
soccer registration

Amherst Soccer Club is now accepting registrations for players from any town for the Tots (ages 3-5) and EDP (ages 6-10) spring soccer programs. There are also limited openings on our Hampshire FC/Hampshire United SC Boys and Girls U10-U19 spring soccer teams. For more information go to www.amherstsoccer
club.com or contact Lisa Davidson at treasurer@
amherstsoccerclub.com.

BASKETBALL

Coaches vs. Cancer

The Milford High School boys and girls basketball teams are teaming up with the American Cancer Society to host a Coaches vs. Cancer Night on Feb. 6 at the high school. Games against Souhegan begin at 3:30 with the freshmen boys game, followed by the varsity girls at 5 p.m. and the varsity boys at 6:30 p.m. Coaches vs. Cancer is a nationwide collaboration between the American Cancer Society and the National Association of Basketball Coaches that empowers coaches, their teams and local communities to make a difference in the fight against cancer. Fans are encouraged on Feb. 6 to attend a game and donate $1 to purchase a “Wall of Hope” card in memory of a loved one or somebody battling this disease.

HELP WANTED

Milford looking
for coaches

Milford High School is seeking qualified applicants for the positions of varsity boys tennis coach and varsity boys soccer coach. All interested candidates should go to www.milfordk12.org/ and click on Human Resources for an application.

Souhegan in
need of coaches

Souhegan High School is looking for applicants for varsity girls tennis and freshman baseball coaches. Both positions commence with the start of practice on March 23. If interested in either position, send a letter of interest and a resume to Dick Miller, Athletic Director, at dmiller@sprise.com.

Merrimack needs
football coach

Merrimack High School has an immediate opening for a varsity football head coach. The coach will oversee all aspects of the program. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references to Paula Williams, SUA No. 26, 36 McElwain St., Merrimack, NH or to paula.williams@merrimack.k12.nh.us.

FOOTBALL

Junior high
league starting

The Northeast Junior High Football League (NJHFL) is currently accepting new members for the 2015 season. The NJHFL offers three distinct levels of football and cheerleading for those athletes in grades two through eight.

The league also holds its own cheer competition that is open both to league members and nonmembers.

The NJHFL has 13 organizations, representing 29 teams from southern New Hampshire and northeastern Massachusetts. Currently, over 900 players and close to 700 cheerleaders participate in the league annually. For more information or league contact info, please visit the league’s website www.northeastjhfl.com.