SPORTS CALENDAR

Calendar

May 16, 2014 

Sunday, May 18

5K Race/walk: UNC Health Care is co-hosting the inaugural Walk to Cure HHT 5K walk/run in Chapel Hill. Net proceeds go to the fight against Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia, a disorder that causes excessive bleeding internally and externally. See more at: www.sportoften.com/

Monday, May 19

NCHSAA Playoffs: boys & girls lacrosse, state semifinals.

Basketball: Orange High School 3-on-3 Tournament, in the OHS Big Gym, starting at 4 p.m. See Coach Greg Motley for further details.

Spring Sports: Awards Night at Chapel Hill High School, 7:30 p.m., Hanes Theater.

Tuesday, May 20

NCHSAA Playoffs: baseball, softball third round.

Wednesday, May 21

NCHSAA Playoffs: soccer third round.

Sport Physicals: Triangle Orthopaedics will offer physical exams (good for fall sports sports forms) for $10 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Chapel Hill and Durham offices. All proceeds will be donated back to the athletic department at the school which the students attend.

Thursday, May 22

Cycling: Tarwheels monthly meeting at Carolina Alehouse on Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd., Durham, beginning with dinner from the menu about 6 p.m. The program includes a presentation by former Tarwheels president Jeff Charles on “Bicycling Advocacy : Winning Non-Cyclists Over to Our Side.” For more information, call 919-215-1309.

Golf: CGA sectional qualifying for the Men’s N.C. Amateur Championship, at Tanglewood Park. More information at www.carolinasgolf.org/.

Friday, May 23

NCHSAA Playoffs: lacrosse state championships, at Cary, pairings TBD.

Saturday, May 24

NCHSAA Playoffs: baseball, softball, soccer quarterfinals round. Lacrosse state championships, at Cary, pairings TBD.

Auto Racing: Orange County Speedway hosts Military Appreciation Night with seven events. (Military/vets with i.d. get in for $5.) Qualifying at 5:40 p.m., racing starts at 7 p.m. See www.ocstrack.com for more information.

Coming up

The 2nd Annual Guardians of the Hill 5K will benefit The N.C Children’s Hospital. Run by the Chapel Hill Police Department, the event will take place on Saturday, May 31. See more at: www.sportoften.com/.

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