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Bulletin Board for Jan. 27

BASEBALL: Lancaster 12U B Travel Team is looking for one player to complete its roster. It plays in the Clarence travel league. Games are every Sunday through the summer. It also plays three to four tournaments and is heading to Cooperstown the week of July 18. Contact either Pat Kerl at plantsix66@yahoo.com or 908-6199, or Alan Fath at apfathusa@yahoo.com or 812-9881.

COLLEGE COACHING: D’Youville College is seeking a women’s lacrosse head coach and women’s tennis coach. These are part-time head coaching positions. The lacrosse coach will be responsible for building a new team sport by recruiting, promoting and marketing the program to new students. The tennis team is a member of the AMCC Conference, scheduling 10 contests. Contact D’Youville Director of Athletics Brian Cavanaugh at 829-7878 or email a resume and three references with contact information to cavanaub@dyc.edu.

FLOOR HOCKEY: Teams wanted for Monday nights at Spinners. Call Dennis at 822-3967.

RACING: On Feb. 28 from 3-5 p.m. at the Liverpool Library, there will be a free seminar for anyone interested in working at Watkins Glen International as a corner worker. The seminar will be taught by Mike Fuller, RSI & National SCCA F&C with over 30 years experience, and Mick Levy, 18 years of experience as National F&C and National Starter for SCCA, chief of flagging and communications for Glen and Central New York Regions of SCCA and chief starter for RSI at Watkins Glen International. Contact Mick Levy at (315) 673-0891 or mickanddot@juno.com.

ROLLER HOCKEY: Teams wanted for Sunday mornings and nights at Spinners. Call Dennis at 822-3967.

UMPIRES: The Niagara Frontier officials will be training umpires for the 2015 summer season. Email umpiregm@hotmail.com or call George at 629-8522.

WALL OF FAME: Tonawanda’s 2015 Athletics Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony will take place Tuesday, Feb. 10, at 6 p.m. in the Tonawanda High School gymnasium. The 2015 class includes Jillian Koch-Everett, Jacob Kunselman, Edward Bowers and David McKay.