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Victor A. Vientos, an Old Bridge resident and cross country and track star for St. John Vianney High School, Holmdel, has signed a letter of intent to run for Lehigh University, in Bethlehem, Pa. Victor started his running career at McDivitt Elementary School and later ran the mile for Carl Sandburg Middle School in Old Bridge. He went on to letter all four years for the Lancers at St. John Vianney. Victor plans to study mechanical engineering while at Lehigh and was recently selected to receive the Freehold Area Running Club Stuper Memorial Scholarship.

Frog Hollow Swim Club will hold its annual 5-mile run through the streets of South Amboy and Sayreville on June 28 at 9 a.m. at the swim club. This year’s race is a benefit for the South Amboy First Aid squad. Frog Hollow will also host a 3-mile health walk and a 1-mile fun run (for children ages 7-13). The fun run starts at 8:30 a.m. and the health walk starts at 9 a.m. Awards will be given in age groups in the 5-mile and 1-mile run. Overall winners for both the men and women receive a 2003 family membership to the club (non-transferable). The price is $15 (preregistration) for the 5-mile run and 3-mile health walk (includes T-shirt). Post registration is $20 (includes T-shirt while supplies last), and $5 for the fun run. For more information and an application, call (732) 721-5031.

U.K. Elite Soccer Summer camps for soccer players between 3 and 14 years of age will be held at the following sites: at the Sayreville sports complex July 7-11 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; North Brunswick at Renaissance Park, July 7-11 and Aug. 4-8 from 9 a.m.-noon.; South Brunswick at Constable School, July 14-18 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Old Bridge at Ticetown Soccer Fields, Aug 11-15 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.; and East Brunswick at Dierdriksen Park, Aug 18-22 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Included in the camp cost is a personal evaluation, a UKE/Reebok T-shirt, and a ball for all participants .

The results of the June 3 Tamarack Amateur Championship were: first low gross was Rita Reisert with 91, second low gross was Chung Hee Lee with a 93, and third low gross was Blenda Langone with 95. First low net was Linda Weintraub with a 76, second low net was Carolyn Meyer with 77, and third was Meryl Abramowitz with 80 low net.

At the June 17 Even Hole/50 percent handicap outing, Rita Reisert won Flight A with 35, followed by Blenda Langone with 36 and Ann Linn with 39. Low putts went to Lelia Nelson with 33. Dot Wright won Flight B with 37.5, followed by Linda Weintraub (m/c) 39.5, and Carol Jankowski (m/c) with 39.6. Low putts to Betty Long with 35. Meryl Abramowitz won Flight C with 38, followed by Jean Ertle with 39 and Janice McElhiney with 44. Low putts to Dot Teringer with 37.

The following are the results of the Tamarack Women’s Nine-Hole Golf Association’s June 12 outing. The game played was "Play with the U.S. Open — pick a pro as a partner." Mary Ann Gelsinon (Mike Weir) took first with 36, followed by Terri McAllister (Tiger Woods) with 37, Inge Robinson (Craig Perry) with 38, Sally Hindes (Woods) and Dot Terringer (Perry) with 41, Joyce Nicolaison (Perry) with 42, Fran Poulin (Ernie Els) with 43 and Marge Widder (Woods) with 44. Poulin and Hindes had fewest putts with 15.

The St. Bart’s Buffalos Pop Warner cheerleading, flag and contact football is now holding registration for children ages 5-14 in the East Brunswick, Milltown and surrounding areas. Registration forms are available at For more information, contact David Lonski at (732) 613-8811 (home) or (732) 247-1133 (work) for football; and Mary McArdle at (732) 698-0946 for cheer.

The Sayreville Rollin’ Thunder boys U10 soccer tournament team will become a travel team in the fall, and is looking for a few players. Please call coach Wayne Woods at (732) 727-7441 for more information.

The U15 Old Bridge Roadrunners girls travel soccer team is looking for several experienced travel players to fill its roster for the spring 2004 season. The team will be playing in MOSA National 1 or National 2. The Roadrunners will card the team this summer so it can play in tournaments in either the fall or winter. Please contact coach Elliot Reiter for more information at or call (732) 591-0483.

The Lady Shooting Starz Basketball Camp will take place July 7-10 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Sayreville War Memorial High School on Washington Road in Parlin. The camp is open to those girls entering the fourth grade through 12th grade in September, and will feature the Sayreville High School girls’ basketball coaching staff. The cost is $95 for four days of intense, but fun basketball. Costs include individual instruction and development, fundamental instruction and full-court games every day. A camp T-shirt will also be included in the cost of the camp. The camp will be a fun, yet enjoyable experience at one of the county’s upcoming girls’ basketball programs. Call Coach Carrie Corvino for registration information, (732) 432-9220; or e-mail

The 13th Annual First & Ten Football Camp will be held at Sayreville High School starting June 30. All campers from grades 4-12 can receive more information from either Marcus Borden at East Brunswick H.S. at (732) 613-6935 or George Najjar of Sayreville H.S. at (732) 525-5263.

The Sayreville Lady Blue Devils, currently a U11 girls’ travel soccer team, is looking to add players for the fall season to play U12. The team is looking to add a few dedicated girls who are willing to work hard and have some fun. The Blue Devils also play indoors in the winter and try to attend two to three outdoor tournaments a year. Any girls born between 8/1/91 and 7/31/92, who are interested can call (732) 525-2761 (ask for Zeev) or e-mail

The Be the Best Youth Football Camp for players ages 7-14 will be conducting its annual summer camp from July 14-18 (9 a.m.-3 p.m.) at Old Bridge High School, west campus. For further information, contact Bob DeMarco at (732) 845-3376.

If you would like to become a high school basketball official for the 2003-04 season, please contact Allan Kaufman at (732) 390-1860 or at Classes begin in October in East Brunswick and will get you on the court for the start of the 2003-04 season.