Pitch 1: 10.00 Roinn A (13) Clarinbridge 1-4 V Killeeneen 2-1111.00 Roinn B (13) New Inn 4-8 V Oranmore 2-812.00 Roinn C (13) Newcastle 2-5 V Leitrim 4-91.00 Roinn D (13) Creagh 2-9 V Tynagh\Killeen 2-62.00 Roinn E (13) Mountbellew 2-10 V Corrandulla 2- 2Pitch 2: 10.00 Roinn F (11) Barna 6-10 V Brierhill 3-8 11.00 Roinn G (11) Coolarne 3-5 V Kiltullagh 2-1212.00 Roinn I (9) Castlegar 8-6 V Ballygar 2-01.00 Roinn K (9) Esker 3-10 V Lough Cutra 1-22.00 Roinn J (9) Gurteen 4-9 V Woodford 0-3Pitch 3:10.00 Roinn L (7) Doorus 5-7 V Mullagh 2-1311.00 Roinn M (7) Kilbeacanty 4-7 V Lawrencetown 1-311.45 Roinn N (7) Cummer 3-7 V Sylane 3-512.30 Roinn O (5) Drim 5-12 V Fohenagh 2-8print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The 2017 Galway finals of the Cumann na mBunscol Hurling competitions were played in Loughgeorge yesterday with the following results:
Castle Dargan GC, Co SligoRound 1 Wednesday 20 June/Round 2 Thursday 21 JuneRound 1/Round 2 Draw08:15 (1)/12:30 (9): Lorcan Feeney (Enniscrone), Tiernan Smyth (Mourne), James Hales (Co Tipperary)08:25 (1)/12:40 (9): Odhran Cloonan (Enniscrone), Marcus Pippet (Blainroe), Kevin Connaughton (Roscommon)08:35 (1)/12:50 (9): Fintan Gunne (Elm Park), Charlie Quinn (Castle), Aaron Fleming (Royal Portrush)08:45 (1)/13:00 (9): Dylan Foy (Roganstown), Charlie Kelly (Athlone), Morgan Cain (Cork)08:55 (1)/13:10 (9): Aodhagan Brady (Co Sligo), Pádraig Ó Dochartaigh (Gweedore), Aaron Murray (Roganstown)09:05 (1)/13:20 (9): Sam Varian (Dun Laoghaire), Cathal MacCanna (Carton House), Cal Connolly (Lahinch)09:15 (1)/13:30 (9): William Sandoz (Wales), Conor Cleere (Gowran Park), Darragh Behan (Naas)09:25 (1)/13:40 (9): Jack McNulty (Headfort), Jack Dolan (Roganstown), Dylan Harbourne (Newlands)09:35 (1)/13:50 (9): Matthew Dodd (St. Anne’s), Michael Corcoran (Roscommon), Alexander Darrah (Ballyclare)09:45 (1)/14:00 (9): David Muldowney (Carton House), Thomas McMenamin (Ballybofey & Stranorlar), Mark Holohan (Seapoint)08:00 (9)/12:35 (1): Bailey Wilson (Warrenpoint), Alex Dineen (Cork), Cormac Feeney (Enniscrone)08:10 (9)/12:45 (1): Luke Kelly (Belvoir Park), Robbie Davidson (Knock), James Matthew Quinn (Castle)08:20 (9)/12:55 (1): Ross Campbell (Greenacres), Eoghan Cassidy (Kinsale), Matthew O’Brien (Elm Park)08:30 (9)/13:05 (1): Eoin Magill (East Clare), Mark Hayes (Galgorm Castle), Sean McLoughlin (Co Sligo)08:40 (9)/13:15 (1): Danny Williamson (Mourne), Sean Calvert (Ballykisteen), Lucas Kane (Mullingar)08:50 (9)/13:25 (1): Patrick Keeling (Roganstown), Kyle Honer (Roganstown), Alexander Bolger (Foxrock)09:00 (9)/13:35 (1): Finn Sullivan (Forrest Little), Daniel Mulligan (Laytown & Bettystown), Liam Freeman (Ballaghaderreen)09:10 (9)/13:45 (1): Harry Masterson (Killeen), Tom Crinion (Howth), Lucas McKeen (County Louth)09:20 (9)/13:55 (1): Rory Fives (Faithlegg), Jonathan Ryan (Blainroe), James O’Callaghan (Ballybunion)09:30 (9)/14:05 (1): Cian O’Connor (Roscommon), Eoin Freeman (Naas), James Fleming (Elm Park)09:40 (9)/14:15 (1): Charlie Connell (Newlands), Matthew Whelan (Ennis), Morgan O Sullivan (Ballyneety)12:45 (1)/08:00 (9): Ronan Feerick (Mallow), Brian McCarthy (Kinsale), Zak Collins (Douglas)12:55 (1)/08:10 (9): Eoin Prendergast (Claremorris), Connor Ruddy (Enniscrone), Robert Walsh (Kinsale)13:05 (1)/08:20 (9): Ryan Gibson (Malahide), Fionn Hoare (Roscommon), Eoghan McGinnity (Rossmore)13:15 (1)/08:30 (9): Paul Costello (Cregmore Park), Liam Abom (Edmondstown), Michael Duignan (Royal Dublin)13:25 (1)/08:40 (9): Jamie Butler (Naas), Oisin Reilly (Newlands), Aaron Blair (Scrabo)13:35 (1)/08:50 (9): Brandon St John (Portmarnock), Charlie Cooley (Belvoir Park), Jack Davin (Tuam)13:45 (1)/09:00 (9): Cian McFadden (Headfort), Jamie Hughes (Slieve Russell), Darragh Cunningham (Tuam)13:55 (1)/09:10 (9): Thomas Abom (Edmondstown), Loughlin Walsh (Highfield), Harry Williams (Holywood)14:05 (1)/09:20 (9): Mark Duggan (Highfield), Thomas Delmas (France), James Nolan (Birr)14:15 (1)/09:30 (9): Augustin Valery (France), Conor Byrne (Strabane), Tom Flanagan (Co Sligo)12:30 (9)/08:05 (1): Patrick Naughton (Limerick), Jack Brown (The Heath), David O’Malley (Black Bush)12:40 (9)/08:15 (1): Mel Deasy (Bantry Bay), Matthew Sandoz (Wales), Gavan Keogh (Galway)12:50 (9)/08:25 (1): David Jnr Marshall (Naas), Edward Rowe (Tandragee), Evan Shipp (Headfort)13:00 (9)/08:35 (1): Joseph Byrne (Baltinglass), Wolfgang Glawe (Germany), Ewan McArthur (Massereene)13:10 (9)/08:45 (1): Eoin McGrath (Athlone), Robert Galligan (Elm Park), Dylan Keating (Seapoint)13:20 (9)/08:55 (1): Daniel Ford (County Sligo), Michael Fitzgibbon (Portmarnock), Thomas Higgins (Roscommon)13:30 (9)/09:05 (1): Connor Owen (Wales), Fionn Hickey (Muskerry), Joshua Hill (Galgorm Castle)13:40 (9)/09:15 (1): Keaton Morrison (Greenacres), Marc Lieberherr (Germany), Joshua McCabe (Roganstown)13:50 (9)/09:25 (1): Rory Milne (Faithlegg), Henry Warnock-Thompson (England), Josh Black (Lisburn)14:00 (9)/09:35 (1): Rory Reid (Greystones), Sam Murphy (Portumna), Stephen McDermott (Highfield)14:10 (9)/09:45 (1): Niall McDermott (Co Sligo), Niall O’Callaghan (Greenore), Jamie Surgeoner (Galgorm Castle)print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email 20-22 June Irish Boys U16 Open Championship
The Connolly’s Red Mills Rated Novice Hurdle (6.20) is the feature race on the card where John O’Shea’s Amschel will be bidding to make it three wins on the bounce. Just five horses stand in his way, with the Willie Mullins-trained Bang Bang Rosie posing as an obvious threat to the hat-trick seeker in the €20,000 contest. It may have come as a surprise to many that Mister Butler, a cosy winner of an opportunity handicap hurdle at Bellewstown on Saturday, was Shane Mulcahy’s first success under rules, and the young rider has a golden opportunity to keep his name in lights when his mount tackles the 2m handicap hurdle (6.50) at Roscommon on Tuesday. Mulcahy has been a regular rider for Denis Hogan in recent seasons and the trainer will be hoping for a similar outcome, with Mister Butler reappearing quickly under a penalty in the Leo Dolan Memorial Handicap Hurdle. With racing underway at 5.50pm, the ground at Roscommon is good to firm. Looking forward to the action is George McDonagh…Audio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/Roscommon%20Tuesday%20Preview.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. George’s selections:5.50 Santiago De Cuba6.20 Plouios7.20 Dawn Raider e/w7.50 Kickham (Nap)8.20 Light of my Life8.50 Pilot Stationprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Listen Live Here for Live Stream! Oughterard make their first appearance in the Connacht Intermediate club football championship on Saturday when the recently crowned Galway champions take on Roscommon side Tulsk at 2pm in Hyde Park in the semi-finals. Incredibly, both sides won their respective county titles after a penalty shoot-out at the end of a replay, with Oughterard overcoming Micheal Breathnach and Tulsk defeating Oran. Ahead of the game, Ollie Turner spoke to Oughterard manager Tommy Finnerty and he began by asking Tommy if the celebrations from the county final win had died down… Manager Tommy Finnerty The Connacht Intermediate championship was initiated in 2004 and six Galway clubs have won the provincial title in those 16 championships. The following are the Galway clubs to have qualified for a Connacht Intermediate club football final:2018 An Spideal 1-14 Fuerty (Ros) 0-162017 Michael Glaveys (Ros) 3-14 Claregalway 1-122015 Hollymount Carramore (Mayo) 0-9 Moycullen 0-82014 St Croans (Ros) 2-10 Killannin 0-112010 St James 0-14 Strokestown (Ros) 1-92009 Leitir Mór 2-14 Westport (Mayo) 2-132008 St Michaels 1-9 Kilbride (Ros) 1-82007 Moycullen 3-11 Ballintubber (Mayo) 1-82005 Caherlistrane 0-13 Boyle (Ros) 0-5 2004 Elphin (Ros) 1-10 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-8print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Kick off is at 14:00 from Hyde Park and our commentary team of with Ollie Turner and Kevin O’Dwyer will be keeping you up to date from 13:55. Live uninterrupted coverage of the Connacht Intermediate Club Football Semi-Final Oughterard v Tulsk Live from Hyde Park in Roscommon.
Alan was manager of St Michaels in the 2019 Galway senior football championship as they finished second in their group behind Salthill Knocknacarra with 3 wins, 1 draw and 1 defeat. The city side were beaten by Moycullen 1-13 to 0-11 in the quarter finals. A teacher in The Bish, Glynn helped the school’s Junior team win the Connacht A Championship for the first time in 2018 and in the same year, was part of the Galway City and West U16 management that won the Ted Webb Cup. His backroom team is expected to include Trevor Burke (Corofin), Mike Dunne (An Spideal), Steve Faulkner (Caherlistrane) and Liam Sammon (Salthill Knocknacarra).Galway City and West manager Alan Glynn (back right) with The Bish players that were part of the 2018 winning panel.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Alan Glynn from St Michaels has been appointed the Galway Minor (U17) football manager for 2020. Glynn (pictured above left with Football Committee Chairman Kevin Clancy) takes over the role from Donal O’Fathartha, who has moved up to the position of U20 manager, and was selected ahead of Tuam Stars Ja Fallon and Garvan McDaid of Monivea Abbey after interviews were held earlier this week.
MAURICIO POCHETTINO faces more selection issues as Kieran Trippier and Toby Alderweireld have been ruled out for Tottenham’s massive trip to Inter.Dele Alli and Hugo Lloris already missed out during Saturday’s 2-1 loss against Liverpool at Wembley, meaning the Spurs squad now looks worryingly thin.2 Kieran Trippier will sit out Spurs’ trip to Inter for ‘technical reasons’Credit: AP:Associated PressWhy is Kieran Trippier not playing for Tottenham against Inter in the Champions League?Mauricio Pochettino said only in his pre-match press conference that Trippier, and Alderweireld, have not travelled to Milan for “technical reasons”.He added: “We still have out Hugo Lloris, Dele Alli and Moussa Sissoko. They are in London.””They are on the list with [injured] players like Foyth and Nkoudou.”Then a technical decision in London – Toby Alderweireld and Kieran Trippier.”Pressed on the meaning of the term, the Argentine suggested they were not injured.Mauricio Pochettino defends Harry Kane’s form and why he has decided to rest Trippier and Alderweireld for Inter Milan clashMOST READ IN FOOTBALLRETRACING STEPSJack Charlton’s granddaughter Emma Wilkinson ‘would love’ to visit IrelandROY RAGEFurious Roy Keane launched foul-mouthed rant at Pique over Fabregas friendshipPicturedTOP FORMBrazil icon Ronaldo soaks up sun with partner Celina Locks on yacht in FormenteraPicturedON THE PAOLPaolo Maldini shows off shredded physique at 52 while on holiday with wifeExclusiveLOCK CLOWNPaul Scholes flouts local lockdown rules by throwing huge 7-hour birthday bashLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordWhen asked if it was a tactical switch, he commented: “It’s a technical decision. You can look it up in the dictionary.”Tactical? That is on the pitch, although guess you could say this is tactical off of the pitch.”And he added that the players were not being punished for recent displays, suggesting that they are being rested to ensure they are fully fit for the Premier League campaign.Poch said: “No, no you are clever enough to understand that this is my fifth season and I never punish players.”The plan is to leave them there and use different players tomorrow. There’s nothing in behind it. Only that we’re playing with different players.”2 Mauricio Pochettino suggested that both the right-back and Toby Alderweireld were being rested for the Champions League openerCredit: AFP or licensorsTrippier and Alderweireld played starring roles for England and Belgium respectively in the World Cup and after a shortened summer break, a rest will almost certainly be necessary at some point in the season.But fans will be shocked to see the pair sit out arguably the biggest game of the season, with Spurs and Inter likely to be vying for second place in their Champions League group behind Barcelona.Jose Mourinho hilariously falls over at Wembley as Manchester United boss watches England lose to Spain
Women’s Track Athlete of the Week – Jasmine Webb, McNeese StateWebb garnered her second outdoor award this season after winning the 200-meter dash and running a leg on the first-place 4×100-meter relay at the Leon Johnson Northwestern State Invitational. The senior from Dallas, Texas (Bishop Dunne H.S.), won her second 200-meter race of the year with a time of 24.23 seconds, which ranks ninth in the Southland. Webb also won gold in the 400-meter relay and helped the Cowgirls run a league-best time of 45.45. Each school’s sports information director nominates and votes for the athletes of the week, though is not permitted to vote for his or her own student-athlete. To receive honorable mention, an athlete must receive votes from 25 percent of the Southland sports information directors. Women’s Field Athlete of the Week – Kenyah McDaniel, Northwestern StateMcDaniel, a sophomore from Tomball, Texas (Tomball H.S.), earned her first outdoor award this season after winning the long jump at the Leon Johnson Northwestern State Invitational. Her jump of 20 feet, 5.25 inches ranks first in the conference and 21st nationally. McDaniel’s mark was a 14-inch improvement and moves her into second place in school history. She also finished second in the 100-meter dash, running a personal-best time of 11.91. FRISCO, Texas – McNeese State senior Jasmine Webb and Northwestern State’s sophomore Kenyah McDaniel were named the Southland Conference Women’s Track and Field Athletes of the Week, the league announced Wednesday. Honorable Mention: La’Tricia Griffin, Stephen F. Austin; Jaimee Springer, Nicholls; Misha Frazier, Southeastern Louisiana; Nicole Casper, McNeese State. Honorable Mention: Tamaira Williams, Oral Roberts; Saschelle Slaughter, Lamar; Stephanie White, Stephen F. Austin; Daniela Anane-Bediakoh, UIW.
Jessica Wooten Humble, Texas First Team Sr. 2 Two-time all-conference3 Three-time all-conference Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s Kristyn Nicholson was selected Freshman of the Year after helping lead the Islanders to a 11-5 league mark and the third seed at this year’s conference tournament, tying the highest seed in program history. The Lewisville, Texas (Lewisville H.S.), native finished sixth in the conference in assists with 9.45 per set and 1,030 total, along with being third in service aces. Nicholson recorded 59 assists in a four-set match against Houston Baptist, the most among all players in a four-set match season. She also tallied the most aces by an individual player in any match this season with eight against Nicholls. The freshman is ranked 28th in the nation in service aces with 42 total, while ranked 46th in aces per set averaging .39. Stephen F. Austin Sr. Cedar Park, Texas The 2014 All-Southland Conference teams are comprised of 12 first-team and six second-team members. Teams are chosen by vote of the league’s head coaches and sports information directors. To receive honorable mention, a player must receive votes from 25 percent of the league’s head coaches and sports information directors. Recipients are placed by the number of votes received. Class L Sam Houston State Dickinson, Texas 2014 All-Southland Conference Volleyball Teams OH MB Pos. Michelle Griffith Hometown S OH Heather Schnars2 The 2014 Southland Conference Volleyball Tournament gets underway Friday in Natchitoches, La., with four quarterfinal matches. The quarterfinal and semifinal matches of the tournament will be streamed live on the Southland Conference Digital Network, available at Southland.org and on the league’s Apple and Android mobile and tablet apps. The championship match will be carried exclusively on ESPN3 on Sunday, Nov. 23, at 2:05 p.m., with David Saltzman and Brooke Bentley on the call. Lamar Schnars led the Sugar Bears to an 18-10 (13-3 SLC) record this season and a No. 2 seed in the upcoming Southland tournament. The Downey, Calif. (Downey H.S.), native finished second in the conference in kills, totaling 425 and averaging 4.21 kills per set, while placing in the top-10 in hitting percentage (.300) and service aces per set (.36). Schnars was even better in conference matches, averaging a hitting a percentage of .338 and taking 4.69 kills per set. The junior is also ranked 32nd nationally in points per set (4.79), 33rd in kills per set and 39th in total kills. Schnars was selected for Southland offensive weekly honors a total of four times this season. This is the second straight year Schnars has earned All-Southland honors; she was also a first-team all-conference selection in 2013. Downey, Calif. Katy, Texas Evie Grace Singleton Houston Baptist Fort Worth, Texas RS Houston, Texas MB L Stephen F. Austin Corona, Calif. Individual Award WinnersPlayer of the Year: Heather Schnars, Central ArkansasSetter of the Year: Paige Holland, Stephen F. AustinLibero of the Year: Shelbee Berringer, Central ArkansasNewcomer of the Year: Allison Doerpinghaus, Houston BaptistFreshman of the Year: Kristyn Nicholson, Texas A&M-Corpus ChristiKatrinka Jo Crawford Coach of the Year: Debbie Humphreys, Stephen F. Austin Jr. MB Nicholls Jr. San Antonio, Texas Sr. Jacque Allen Stephen F. Austin head coach Debbie Humphreys was named the Katrinka Jo Crawford Coach of the Year after guiding the Ladyjacks to their first undefeated conference season since 2006 and a 23-7 overall record. In her 27th season, Humphreys’ team clinched the Southland regular season title for the first time since clinching a share of the title in 2008 and their eighth overall. Humphreys is second all-time in the Southland in victories and third all-time in winning percentage (.659), claiming more than 300 conference wins and 595 total wins. Now with her fifth coach of the year award, Humphreys has been selected for the honor more than any other current head coach or current member institution and is second all-time. Humphreys was also named coach of the year in 1992, 1994, 2004 and 2006. Name Allison Doerpinghaus School Jr. Sr. Central Arkansas Stephen F. Austin had four first-team all-conference selections and one second-team selection, while Central Arkansas claimed three first-team selections. Sam Houston State had two first-team selections as Houston Baptist earned both a first-team and second-team honoree. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Northwestern State each claimed one first-team selection. Lamar had two second-team honorees, while Southeastern Louisiana and Nicholls both earned one second-team selection. Lamar Cortney Moore Mandeville, La. Magnolia, Texas Justice Walker So. Central Arkansas senior Shelbee Berringer was named Libero of the Year after receiving all-conference honorable mention last season. The Dickinson, Texas (Dickinson H.S.), native has led the Sugar Bears to a 52-6 conference record since becoming the starting libero three seasons ago. The senior finished fifth in the conference in digs this season, posting 4.46 per set while totaling 450. Berringer was also named Southland Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 6. Stephen F. Austin Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Shelbee Berringer So. Central Arkansas Pos. RS Central Arkansas OJ Olson2 Deveney Wells-Gibson3 So. Stephen F. Austin senior Paige Holland has been named Setter of the Year after helping to lead the Ladyjacks to a perfect 16-0 league record and a No. 1 seed in this year’s tournament. The Magnolia, Texas (Magnolia H.S.), native finished fifth in the conference in assists with 9.78 per set and 1,017 total. Holland had even higher marks in conference matches as she averaged 11.60 assists per set and totaled 603, second in the league. R-So. The Woodlands, Texas Second Team Kaci Eaton OH Morgan Todd MB Stephen F. Austin Jr. RS MB Dripping Springs, Texas Chelsea Grant Spicewood, Texas So. Fort Worth, Texas Houston Baptist Class FRISCO, Texas – Central Arkansas junior outside hitter Heather Schnars was named the 2014 Southland Conference Volleyball Player of the Year by a vote of the league’s head coaches and sports information directors, the league announced Wednesday in conjunction with the release of the all-conference teams. Sr. Sam Houston State Palo Alto, Calif. Stephen F. Austin Killeen, Texas Hometown Brianna Brink Southeastern Louisiana Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Jill Ivy3 L OH S School Name Mackenzie Neely Houston Baptist junior middle blocker and second-team selection Allison Doerpinghaus has been chosen Newcomer of the Year. The Palo Alto, Calif. (Gunn H.S.), native and Eastern Washington transfer helped lead the Huskies to a 9-7 league record and a No. 6 seed in the upcoming conference tournament. Doerpinghaus finished fifth in the conference in hitting percentage (.320) and second in blocks, averaging 1.26 per set with 134 total. The junior was even better in conference play, finishing third in hitting percentage (.354) and recorded 73 blocks at 1.35 per set. Doerpinghaus ranks 29th nationally in total blocks and 46th in blocks per set. Little Rock, Ark. OH Paige Holland Northwestern State Honorable Mention: Kalynn Egea, L, Nicholls; Kayla Armer, S, Houston Baptist; Kristyn Nicholson, S, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi; Stacey DiFrancesco, OH, Northwestern State; Ashley Phelps, OH, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi; Jennie Loerch, OH, Abilene Christian; Angelique Vidaurri, RS, UIW; Rachel Cagnina, MB, McNeese State; Glynna Johnson, MB, Northwestern State.
Altimont pitched against the league’s second-best hitting team, holding McNeese State to five hits in a complete-game shutout Sunday. The win in the series finale gave the Wildcats the series victory, 2-1. Altimont only allowed the leadoff batter to reach base once in nine innings. Altimont lowered his ERA from 6.00 to 4.36 and improved to 1-4. Altimont sent the Cowboys down in order in the third, fourth, sixth and eighth innings. He threw 110 pitches in the game with 69 going for strikes as he constantly worked ahead of hitters. Honorable mention for hitter of the week goes to Lamar senior designated hitter Kyle Markum and Houston Baptist senior outfielder Zach Nehrir. Honorable mention for pitcher of the week goes to Houston Baptist senior right-hander Taylor Wright, Lamar senior left-hander Chase Angelle and Nicholls senior right-hander Ryan Deemes. Each school’s sports information director nominates and votes for the players of the week, though is not permitted to vote for his own player. To receive honorable mention, a player must receive votes from 25 percent of the Southland sports information directors. Southland Baseball News and Stats (PDF)FRISCO, Texas – Abilene Christian senior right-hander Thomas Altimont has been named the Southland Conference Pitcher of the Week and Southeastern Louisiana senior first baseman Kevin Carr has been named the Southland hitter of the week, the league office announced Monday. Carr hit .444 this past week (8-for-18) while turning in three multi-hit performances to help Southeastern to a four-game winning streak. The senior from Chandler, Arizona, scored six runs and drove in another five. Carr reached base in all five games, compiling a .545 on-base percentage.
David O’Brien of Raritan is a recipient of the Freehold Area Running Club’s Matthew Stuper Memorial Scholarship for 2002. This scholarship is a $500 award for a FARC member who is continuing his or her education. The club sponsors several races each year to raise funds for the scholarships. O’Brien is graduating from Raritan next month where he has been a member of the marching band, National Honor Society, National Music Honor Society and National Drama Honor Society. This summer, the Freehold Area Running Club’s 2002 Summer Race Series at Battlefield State Park, Manalapan, will be celebrating its 20th year. The series begins June 26, and will run each Wednesday evening through Aug. 7. The highlight of each week is the 5K run through the park, starting at 6:45 p.m. Other events include the 1-mile Fun Run at 6:30 p.m. and the Kids’ Races at 6:10 p.m. Entry fees are $4 for the 5K ($2 for FARC members who can play for six weeks and get the seventh free) and $2 for the Fun Run and Kids’ Races. For more information on the 2002 Summer Race Series or other FARC events, call (732) 431-2627 or visit the club’s Web site at www.farcnj.com.