Here are the standings, home run leaders and this week's slate of games for the Valley Girls Slow Pitch Softball League, playing Mondays at Betts Park:
Valley Girls Softball Standings
Times Observer photo by Allen Seybert
Slow pitch Sundays
Superior Tire’s Bo Fox takes a big cut at a pitch during Sunday Slow Pitch Softball League play Sunday at Betts Park in Warren.
Through July 18, 2011
Crescent Beer 4-2
Shaw House 4-3
Mike's Townline Service 4-3
Double D's 2-5
Allegheny Outfitters 1-7
Rouse Estates 1-8
Home runs (games reported): Stephanie Woods 4, Liz Feronti 4, Savanna Cochran 2, Kayloni Smith 2, Tammy Ion 2, Karen Costion 2, Margo Hale 2, Kristy Kuzminski 2, Doven Schwanke, Heather Cressley, Melissa Clark, Chelsey Zaffino, Patty Finch, Kristen Elms, Stacey Hall, Tiffany Haehn, Maria Munksgard, Jen Jones, Jen Eck, Sue Bingman, Kellie Gentz, Stephanie Williams, Tammy Cressley, Kristy Goldthwaite, Nikki Harrison, Chris Dolan
This week's schedule (July 25)
6:30 p.m.: Allegheny Outfitters at Mike's Townline Service, Betts Field; CTI at Keystone, Brown Field; Rouse Estates at Crescent Beer, Foley Field
8 p.m.: Mike's Townline Service at Shaw House, Betts Field; Crescent Beer at Double D's, Foley Field
The Youngsville High School football program will hold a meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the high school football field. All interested players and parents of players are requested to attend.
The Youngsville junior high girls basketball team will hold a meeting at 7 p.m. Monday in the YHS gymnasium. The meeting is for all parents of junior high girls basketball players in grades 7-8. Finances for the upcoming season will be discussed at this meeting. For more information, contact coach Tony Richards at 779-9753.
The team of Bart & Tammy Jensen and Jack & Nancy Shattuck won a Couples Scramble Tournament Friday at Conewango Valley Country Club with a score of 20.9. The team of John & Pat Carlson and Bob & Judy McGinn was second with 21.2 points and the team of Ashton & Linda Ditka and George & Kim Carlson was third with 21.5 points.
The team of Randy Mineweaser and Matt Davis won the 1-day Member-Guest Tournament held Friday at Jackson Valley Golf Club with a score of 53. Mark Silvis and Jeff McClement were second with a 56, Jacoby Curtis and Jerry Morley were third with a 57, Casey Moyer and Daryl McTavish were fourth with a 58 and Steve Phillips and Chet Munksgard and Kyle McClement and Richie Lawson shared fifth with identical scores of 60.
The team of Phil Cammarata Jr. and Sam Galbato won a Weakest Link Tournament Saturday at Conewango Valley Country Club with a score of 130. The teams of Dennis Boron and Mike Barber and Mike McElrath and Dan Matey shared second place with scores of 131.
Jim Terrill had low gross of 37 and Denny Davis and Art Cagle shared low net of 31 in Cable Hollow Senior Men's Golf League play Friday at Cable Hollow Golf Club. Ralph Gallo and John Larson were high point takers with nine and Dave Guiffre, Bob Orbanic, Gallo, Cliff Jenkins and Hank Mole shared most pars with five each.
Terrill had four birdies during play and Bob Buerkle, Ken Miller, Chuck Roberts, Gary Peterson, Bill Martin, Mark Bevevino, Bob Yucha, Gene Keppel and Harold Johnson had one each. Here are the team standings through Friday's round:
Eastern Division: Kirkpatrick Pest Control 269, WACOPSE 268.5, WNYBARTER.com 257, New Image Photography 249, Team 5 246, Team 6 242.5, Team 3 238, Team 10 226.5, CTI 223.5, Jones Chevrolet 216
Western Division: Dave's Deer Hunters 253.5, Team 11 252, Sawmill Stumpies 234, Brink's Charter & Tour 233.5, BBBD 232, Shults Auto 225, United Refining #1 222, Cable Hollow Golf 215, Warren Tire 213, United Refining #2 201.5
Hole in one
Dick Kimball Jr. recorded his third career hole-in-one Saturday at Conewango Valley Country Club. His ace came on the second hole at CVCC, measuring 160 yards. Kimball Jr. used a 4 hybrid club for his ace which was witnessed by Tom Michel, Rick Sotir and Joe Hedman.
The Jamestown Oldtimers baseball club split a Saturday doubleheader with Hubbard, Ohio at Diethrick Park. In game one, Jamestown gave up a costly six runs in the fifth inning and couldn't recover in a 10-4 loss. Don Watts doubled in defeat.
In game two, Jamestown banged out 18 hits in an 18-3 victory over the visitors. Rick Eaton led the offensive attack with two doubles and a triple and Ron Thomas finished with three hits. Larry Persing, Dave Matz, Ted Morrison and Winston Woodard all finished with two hits and Eaton was the winning pitcher, striking out five batters.
The Oldtimers host a Buffalo MSBL team in a non-league doubleheader on Saturday, beginning at 10 a.m. The team returns to league play at 11 a.m. Saturday, August 6 and 10 a.m. Sunday, August 7, hosting the Youngstown Astro Falcons.
Hubbard 000 260 2 - 10 8 0
Jamestown 020 000 2 - 4 8 6
2b-Don Watts (J), Pitzulo (H). LP-Ron Thomas.
Jamestown 202 605 3 - 18 18 5
Hubbard 200 000 1 - 3 5 5
2b-Rick Eaton (J) 2, Stenglein (H). 3b-Eaton (J), Ron Thomas (J), Dave Matz (J). WP-Eaton.