Chatham Minor Baseball registration
The Chatham Minor Baseball Association is holding early registration for the 2021 season online until Feb. 28.
Go to chathamminorbaseball.com to sign up.
The basic registration fee is $125 until the end of February and $150 afterwards.
All players selected for travel teams will be assessed an additional $350, but $150 can be recouped through the sale of calendar raffle tickets.
Other programs include Lil Sluggers for 3-5 year-olds, Junior Challenger for youth players (born in 2003 or later) with cognitive or physical disabilities, and Senior Challenger for adult players (born in 2002 or earlier). Lil Sluggers costs $25 and Challenger costs $65.
Players who register online in February will be entered in a draw to win four tickets to a Detroit Tigers-Toronto Blue Jays game at Comerica Park in Detroit.
Contact the association at email@example.com with questions.
Konecny to miss outdoor game
Forward Travis Konecny of Clachan remains on the Philadelphia Flyers’ COVID-19 protocol list, so he won’t play in Sunday’s outdoor game against the Boston Bruins in Lake Tahoe, Nev.
The Flyers have six regulars on the list, including four of their top seven scorers.
Those six players also sat out Thursday’s 3-2 shootout loss to the New York Rangers.
“We’re definitely going to miss those guys, but we’ve got some other guys that’ll step up into other roles and compete,” goalie Carter Hart said before the Flyers’ first game in 11 days.
Konecny has eight points in 12 games.
McPherson solid in Vermont’s loss
Vermont Catamounts goalie Jessie McPherson of Chatham stopped 26 of 28 shots in a 3-1 loss to the No. 2 Northeastern Huskies in NCAA women’s hockey Friday in Burlington, Vt.
The teams will face off in a rematch Saturday.
Chatham minor softball sign-up
The Chatham Girls Minor Softball Association is holding online registration at ckeagles.com for the 2021 season.
“As we observe the current COVID situation, we are optimistic that the situation will evolve to allow for a softball season. We should be able to present the plans for the summer towards the middle of March or sooner,” president Bryan Depencier said in a statement.