|Sports Briefs: 02-07-14|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 07 February 2014 10:24|
BGHS seeded fourth for district hockey
SYLVANIA¬† - Bowling Green was the No. 4 seed for the district high school hockey playoffs that start Thursday at Tam-O-Shanter.
The Bobcats face Ottawa Hills in their first playoff game Feb. 14 at 8 p.m.
St. John's was the No. 1 seed, while Northview was the No. 2 seed and St. Francis was the No. 3 seed.
Perrysburg's first tournament game is against Maumee Feb. 15 at 6:30 p.m.
The BG-OH and Perrysburg-Maumee winners play in the quarterfinals Feb. 18 at 8 p.m.
The district semifinals are Feb. 21-22. The district final is March 1.
The district champion advances to the state semifinals.
Falcon softball picked fourth
CLEVELAND - The Bowling Green Falcon softball team was picked to finish fourth in the Mid-American East in a vote of the coaches.
The vote totals were not released.
The poll results were: East, 1) Kent State, seven first-place votes, 2), Ohio, two first-place votes; 3) Miami, two first-place votes; 4) BOWLING GREEN; 5) Akron; 6) Buffalo, one first-place vote; and West, 1) Central Michigan, six first-place votes; 2) Ball State, six first-place votes; 3) Northern Illinois; 4) Western Michigan; 5) Eastern Michigan; 6) Toledo.
Central Michigan receive four votes to win the MAC tournament, Ball State, Kent State, Ohio each received two, and Buffalo and Northern Illinois each received one.
Spring senior hockey league planned
A Senior Hockey League, for ages 18-and-over, starts Feb 24 at the Ice Arena.
There is an A/B Division for experienced players, and a C Division for beginner and inexperienced players. The cost for the season is $150 per player, and $75 for goalies.
Games are Sunday-Thursday nights.
All players must provide proof of current (2013-2014) USA Hockey or ISI Hockey membership prior to participating in the first game.
Players can register online at http://www.maxsolutionsonline.com/bgsuicearena/Customer/BrowseActivities.aspx, in person at the Ice Arena, or by calling (419) 372-2264.
All players must be registered before Feb. 24.
Curling clinics set
The Bowling Green Curling Club is offering an opportunity to learn about the sport every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night of the Olympics at the Ice Arena.
Certified curling instructors will teach the basics of curling including throwing rocks and sweeping, and everyone will get the chance to play a short game.
The cost is $20 per person and all equipment will be provided. Curlers should wear comfortable clothing and bring clean athletic shoes with them to avoid getting salt and dirt on the ice.
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