Sports Talk

Breakers hold on for scoreless draw

Despite failing to record a shot on goal, the Boston Breakers managed to hold on for a scoreless draw on Saturday at home against the second-place Chicago Red Stars. Milford graduate Morgan Andrews continued her recent streak of playing time and was on the pitch for all 90 minutes. Boston (3-6-4) is scheduled to play at Seattle (5-3-5) on Saturday at 10 p.m.

Behn makes LEC All-Academic team

Amherst native Taylor Behn, a member of the lacrosse team who majors in Sport & Leisure Management, was one of 36 student-athletes from Eastern Connecticut State University to qualify for the Little East Conference (LEC) All-Academic Team in the spring 2017 semester. In order to qualify for the team, student-athletes must have achieved sophomore academic and athletic status with cumulative GPAs of at least 3.30.

Hoop Camp coached by Dan Murray

Milford varsity boys basketball coach Dan Murray is offering a clinic for ages 7-16 during the week of July 24-28. Hoop Camp will be assissted by other coaches and high school players and will be held at Milford Middle School. For an application or questions, call 672-7140.

Titan basketball camps

There are a few openings left for the Titan Basketball Camps. If you are interested in the following camp, please contact Don Gutterson at dsgutterson@myfairpoint.net.

n Entering Grades K-4, July 17-21, 9 a.m. to noon. Cost is $90.

Milford Middle School coach positions

Milford Middle School is looking for a Middle School girls soccer coach and a Middle School B Team volleyball coach. The season begins on Monday, Aug. 28, and is finished by the end of October. If you are interested, please contact Don Gutterson at dgutterson@milfordk12.org.

Amherst Middle School openings

Amherst Middle School has openings for the following fall coaching positions: Girls “A” soccer, Girls “B” soccer and Girls “B” field hockey. Any interested candidates should contact Amherst Middle School Athletic Director Jeff Wing at jwing@sprise.com. Fall season begins Aug. 28 and ends late October.

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