Sports Shorts

Bendle/Carman-Ainsworth to host karate classes

FLINT — The Bendle/Carman-Ainsworth Adult and Community Education programs will host karate classes for kids, adults, teens and families in April. Karate for kids 4 and up will run every Tuesday from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at South Bendle from April 15-June 3 and at Carman-Ainsworth High School every Thursday from 6 to 7 p.m. April 17-June 5. Cost for the program is $25.

Karate for familes will be held at South Bendle every Tuesday from 7:30-8:30 p.m. from April 15-June 3 and at CAHS every Thursday from 7-8 p.m. from April 17-June 5. Cost is $50 per family. Karate for adults and teens will be held at South Bendle from 7:30-8:30 p.m. every Tuesday from April 15-June 3 and at CAHS every Thursday from 7-8 p.m. April 17-June 5. Cost is $25. — K.W.

Vintage baseball team looking for players

FLINT — The University of Michigan-Flint’s vintage baseball team is returning for a second season and is looking for players to join the team.

Each year over 25 teams take to fields all over Michigan dressed in period uniforms, using replica equipment, and playing by the rules of the 1860s to recreate the earliest days of America’s past time.

For the second year in a row, UM-Flint’s Department of History and Whaley Historic House Museum are sponsoring a team. Practices have already begun for the team and are open to anyone who is interested in joining the team.

“If you enjoy playing baseball and have an interest in the game’s history then you would love playing vintage baseball,” Wyatt Professor of U.S. History Thomas Henthorn said.

Home games are played Saturday afternoons near the William S. White Building on the UM-Flint campus. Details: contact Henthorn at — L.P.

Derby Girls back in action

FLINT — The Flint City Derby Girls women’s flat track roller derby squad will return to action next on Saturday, April 26 when they play host to the Southern Belles at Perani Arena. Details: — K.W.

Warriors up 2-0 in Division finals

FLINT — Colin Larkin’s goal 5:37 into the third overtime gave the Michigan Warriors a 1-0 win over Port Huron Fighting Falcons Friday. Trevor Gorsuch stopped all 55 shots fired in his direction for the shutout.

The Warriors went up 2-0 in the series with a 3-0 victory on Saturday. Tyler Groat had a pair of goals for the winners. TJ Stuntz scored into an empty net to finish off the scoring. Gorsuch stopped all 28 shots in net.

Game 3 will be Friday at 7 p.m. at Perani Arena with Game 4 (if necessary) Saturday at 7 p.m. The Warriors are one win away from advancing to the Robertson Cup semifinals. — K.W.

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