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Digest (Dec. 8): Baltimore golf courses plan winter scrambles

Digest (Dec. 8): Baltimore golf courses plan winter scrambles
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Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation will host a series of scramble golf outings this winter, beginning with the Frostbite Scramble on Dec. 16 at Mount Pleasant Golf Course. The Frostbite Scramble will be played using the 18-Hole Scramble format, featuring a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Registration for the Frostbite Scramble outing is open. A $240 per team (four golfers) price includes green fees, carts, breakfast, lunch and prizes. Space is limited to the first 30 teams. If golfers want to sign up as a single or twosome, contact the Mount Pleasant Pro Shop 410-254-5100. Other scrambles planned this winter are: Chilly Willy Scramble, Jan. 20 at Pine Ridge Golf Course; It's Not Summer Scramble, Feb. 10 at Mount Pleasant Golf Course; Jack Frost Scramble, March 3 at Pine Ridge Golf Course; and Superintendent's Revenge Scramble, March 24 at Forest Park Golf Course. To register online or for more information, go to http://www.classic5golf.com/.

Horse racing: Six weeks after their unintentional last-to-first performances on Maryland Million Day, 2-year-olds Clever Mind and Limited View will share the same card again today at Laurel Park. Richard Golden homebred colt Clever Mind will face five rivals in a small but solid renewal of the $100,000 Maryland Juvenile Futurity and Limited View is among a field of 10 set for the $100,000 Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship, at 7 furlongs for Maryland-bred/sired horses. Also on the nine-race program are a pair of 6-furlong stakes for older horses – the $100,000 Willa On the Move for fillies and mares 3 and older and the $75,000 Howard M. Bender Memorial for Maryland-bred/sired 3-year-olds and up. First race post time is 12:30 p.m.

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College field hockey: Washington College freshman forward Kailyn Brandt (Hereford) was named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-South Region second team. .... Three Johns Hopkins players were named to the NFHCA All-South teams. Junior Grace Hillman was named to the first team while senior Clare Kavanagh and sophomore Jodie Baris were named to the second team. Hillman also was named to both the NFHCA and Synapse Sports All-America second teams.... Salisbury Tressie Windsor and sophomore Jillian Hughes were each named third team NFHCA Division III All-Americans.

From Sun staff and news services

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