Merrimack Sports Talk

RUNNING

AREA MARATHON ENTRIES

The following is a list of runners entered in the 2014 Boston Marathon as recorded on the Boston Athletic Association website. Please report errors or omissions by sending them to sports@
nashuatelegraph.com.

Included are name, age and BIB number, which can be used to track runners during the April 21 road race at baa.org.

MERRIMACK

Matthew Allen, 34, 28467

Briana L. Beauchesne, 42, 29689

Karlyn R. Borysenko, 33, 26459

Steve Buck, 54, 31245

Kristin L. Carrillo, 37, 19081

Stephen E. Chaloner, 27, 940

Custie Crampton, 45, 12276

Nathan Fluet, 32, 32959

Gary D. Gustafson, 45, 11972

Brian D. Kane, 52, 9955

Patrick McMakin, 45, 35850

Brenden Repack, 23, 29272

Melissa Skarupa, 40, 33060

Maria E. White, 45, 25859

Adrian Wong, 26, 2911

JUNIOR CAVS

Coaches wanted

The Hollis Brookline Jr. Cavaliers Football and Cheer Athletic Program is currently seeking applications for all levels of football and cheer coaching positions. These positions include head coaches, assistant coaches and junior demonstrators. If interested, please visit www.hbjrcavs.com to complete the application. For football related questions, contact Chris Lones, football director, at chris.coach@yahoo.com, and for cheer coaching questions, contact Robin Giaconia, cheer coordinator, at argiaconia@yahoo.com.

JUNIOR BULLDOGS

Coaches wanted

The Junior Bulldogs are also looking for football and cheer coaches for the 2014 season. Anyone interested can find more information at www.juniorbulldogs.org, or can send a coaching resume to bedfordjrbulldogs@yahoo.com or to Bedford Football & Spirit Association, PMB 224, 1 Hardy Road, Bedford, NH 03110, attention Football Coordinator or Cheer Coordinator.

FITNESS

Equilibrium offering
“21-Day Fix”

Equilibrium, a Pilates and fitness studio in Milford, will be offering a 21-Day Fix program starting on May 5. The program was started by Beachbody’s and is aimed to make weight loss simple for those who participate in it.

The program consists of portion control and 30-minute workouts and will be run by Beth Civiello, personal trainer and wellness coach at Equilibrium. For more information, contact Civiello at 801-4082 or send an email to j.civiello@
comcast.net.

SOCCER

Positions open for spring soccer

Hampshire FC is now accepting registrations for our Tots (ages 3-5) and EDP (ages 6-10) spring soccer programs for players from any town. There is also limited openings on the boys and girls U10-U19 spring soccer teams. For more information, go to www.amherstsoccerclub.com or contact Lisa Davidson at treasurer@amherst
soccerclub.com.

GOLF

Softball fundraiser

The New England Diamond Gems will be holding its golf classic on the Jungle Course at Green Meadow Golf Course in Hudson with a shotgun start at 7:30 a.m. on May 16. The entry fee includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, lunch and prizes. Contests include closest to the pin and longest drive, and there will be raffles and auctions. For more information, contact Tony at tonysdiamondgems16u@msn.com.

LACROSSE

League looking for players

North Shore Lacrosse is offering a recreational lacrosse league for boys and girls at various grade levels beginning June 23 and running every Monday through Aug. 5. There are no tryouts, no extended practices and no weekend commitments. Offerings include a Boys Jr. League for Grades 3-5, a Boys Middle School League for Grades 6-8, and a Boys High School League for Grades 9-12. All grades indicate the level players will be in the fall school year of Sept. 2014. All games will be played at the Seacoast United Outdoor Complex in Epping. Start times vary from 5:30-9 p.m. and run for 60-90 minutes. U.S. Lacrosse membership is not required. All registrations are due May 1. More details and registration information are available at www.northshorelacrosse.com, or contact Craig Roderick at craig@northshorelacrosse.com or call 978-473-2533.

BASEBALL

NH Baseball League

The New Hampshire Baseball League is seeking players to participate in the 38-plus Division for the 2014 season. The wood-bat league consists of 10 teams with games on Sundays. Players must be 38 or older during the season of play. For more information or to register, go to nhbl40.com.