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Lisa Hedges of Buffalo, Sherry Rogers of Dunkirk and Lackawanna's Maria Hynes and Nicole Sztorc are among the headliners at the all-girls boxing card Sept. 19 at 7 p.m. at the Weber VFW Post, 2909 South Park Ave., Lackawanna.

The program, said to be the first all-female amateur program in New York State, is sponsored by the Lackawanna Community Boxing Club and Dunkirk Boxing Club. For details, call Roy Brasch at 823-4195.

Tickets are available for the Oct. 16 Hall of Fame dinner of the Buffalo chapter of the Veterans Boxers Association at Salvatore's Italian Gardens, 6461 Transit Road, Depew.

Inductees will be boxers Jimmy Clark, Joe Muscato, the late Phil Muscato, Tom Stenhouse, Joseph Gimbrone and retired Buffalo News writer Frank Wakefield.

For reservations at $35 each, call Dan Muscato (549-2425) or Lou Muscato (877-2816).

What's happening

BASEBALL: Teams (10-under, 12-under, 13 and 14-15) are needed for the Jermaine Shineult Memorial Tournament to be played Friday through Monday at Shoshone Park. Call Alan at 497-5935.

RODEO: Tioga Park, in Nichols near Binghamton, will host a Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association rodeo Sept. 5 (7:30 p.m.) and Sept. 6 (2 p.m.). Adult tickets are $10 and $8. Call 607-699-0022.

ROLLER HOCKEY: Members of the Buffalo Wings will appear at Delaware Park's Ring Road at 10 a.m. Saturday as part of the "Blading for Paving" program sponsored by the Olmsted Parks Conservancy. Call Larry (879-6939) or the Conservancy (838-1249).

SOFTBALL: Men's, women's and coed teams are needed for fall season play in the Niagara County Slo-Pitch league. Call Savino Gonzalez (284-5092) or Don Joyce (297-4881). . . . The Tonawanda Shamrocks will hold tryouts for the 1999 season Sept. 12-13 and 26-27 at 9 a.m. at Diamond 4 at Veterans Park, Tonawanda. Age groups are 14-under, 16-under and 18-under. Call Linda Forls (695-8657) or Jay Hall (694-0227). . . . Men's slow-pitch teams are needed for Labor Day tournament. Call 851-5809.

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