Adult baseball league seeks players
The Granite State Baseball League is currently looking for players and teams to compete in the 2013 season.
The GSBL was established in 1992 and is the premier amateur adult baseball league in New Hampshire.
Teams play 18 regular season games on Sundays starting in April, playoffs begin in August and the league hosts an annual All-Star Game.
There are currently 20 teams that compete in 21+/28+/38+ Divisions. For more information, visit gsbl.net or email GSBLbaseball@yahoo.com.
It’s time to join
moose hunt lottery
CONCORD - The state moose hunt lottery is now open. Entering costs $15 for New Hampshire residents and $25 for nonresidents.
It’s easy to enter the moose hunt lottery. Visit huntnh.com to enter online or print out a mail-in application. You can also get an application from any Fish and Game license agent.
Moose hunt lottery applications for 2013 must be postmarked or submitted online by midnight on May 31, or delivered to the licensing office at N.H. Fish and Game headquarters in Concord before 4 p.m. that day. Winners will be selected through a computerized random drawing on June 21.
Last year, more than 13,400 people entered the lottery for the chance to win one of 275 permits. Another 1,200 people continued to accrue bonus points because they submitted an application for a point only. Hunters from 18 different states won permits.
The overall odds of being selected in last year’s lottery were 1 in 36 for New Hampshire residents and 1 in 120 for nonresidents, some of the best odds in the nation for moose hunting! About 85 percent of the permits go to New Hampshire residents; the number of permits available to nonresidents is capped, based on the prior year’s sales of nonresident hunting licenses.
Each applicant can enter the moose hunt lottery once a year. A bonus point system improves the chances for unsuccessful applicants who apply each consecutive year. For example, last year resident applicants who had a total of 9 points had a 1 in 17 chance of being drawn, and a nonresident with 9 points had a 1 in 58 chance.