Jerry Sullivan, The Buffalo News' senior sports columnist, will be among the featured speakers at the Buffalo Bills Monday Quarterback Club Luncheon on Monday at the Harbour Club Restaurant at HSBC Arena. The event also will feature Deanna Russo of Buffalo.com and Howard Simon of WGR Radio will be the emcee. The event is free to members, and guests are welcome to attend for $20. Doors open at 11:15 a.m.
Prospective members can call 693-3807 or visit: www.mondayqbc.com
BASEBALL: The WNY Boys of Summer Youth travel league is registering teams for the 2008 season. The league runs June-Aug. 5. Age groups are from 10 to 17. Visit: wnyboysofsummer.com or call Mr. Crowley at 824-1672. . . . Rick Lancellotti will hold a 10-week hitting clinic on Mondays and Wednesdays for high school players starting this month. Contact the Buffalo School of Baseball at 681-3001.
COACHING: North Tonawanda High School is seeking an indoor track coach. Call Athletics Director Paul Lyons at 807-3647. . . . Kenmore East High School is looking for an indoor track coach. Call Director of Athletics Brett Banker at 874-8411, ext. 4.
HOCKEY: The Niagara Falls Gamblers/Molson Shoot-out Men's Adult Hockey Tournament is looking for one team (35 and over) for its tournament Nov. 10-11 at Hyde Park Arena. Teams are guaranteed three games for the $600 entry fee. Contact Pete Eodice (731-5343) or Kevin Luzak (297-5317).
MARTIAL ARTS: Starting in December, the Presti Karate Centers will begin a new program at the Niagara Falls and Lewiston locations. The newly formed black belt club is for students who want to train in other areas of the martial arts such as weapons. Students are asked to register before December. There is no age requirement but an orange belt or higher is needed to join. Call 285-9242.
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