Linthicum * Ferndale * Brooklyn Park * Pumphrey


December 03, 1992

North County High opens its first field hockey clinic for girls

Young girls interested in field hockey can learn more about the sport and sharpen their skills before they reach high school by attending a clinic in January sponsored by coaches at North County High School.

Girls ages 7 through 14 can register from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at the North County High School gym lobby. They are asked to bring a $20 registration fee and signed permission from a parent.

Julie Schubert, head coach, and Patty Sinnen, assistant coach, will run the clinic on Sundays, from Jan. 3-Feb. 28. North County High School field hockey players will assist them.

The coaches are awaiting approval from the county Department of Recreation and Parks to use Brooklyn Park Middle School as the clinic site. The clinic is sanctioned by the U.S. Field Hockey Association.

Ms. Sinnen said clinics have never been run in public schools in North County, although they have been offered in other parts of the county.

All equipment will be provided.

Information: Ms. Sinnen, 859-0062.


* Linthicum: A man reported to police that someone broke into his home in the 6300 block of Homewood Road Thursday and stole several tools.

* Linthicum Heights: Burglars broke into Carpet Liquidators in the 5100 block of Raynor Ave. Monday, but it was not known what was taken.

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