Boys and girls in grades 7-12 at Beaty, Warren or Sheffield interested in running for the Warren Area High School cross country program are asked to meet for the first fall practice at 9 a.m. Monday, August 15, in the lobby at Warren Area High School.
Completed physical forms must be submitted before practicing. Physical forms are available in the WAHS office.
Photo submitted to Times Observer
C Division champs
Gray’s Floor Care won the C Division Tournament of the Warren County Slow Pitch Softball League this weekend at Betts Park. Team members, from left, in front, are Brandyn Bynum, Gary Trisket, Dusty Truver, Brady Williams and Jordan Trisket and, back row, Trevor Colvin, Larry Gray, Dave Cressley (team cheerleader), Ben Oviatt, Jake Gray, and Adam Hannold.
For information, contact coach Jen Madril at 706-1095.
Here are the standings, this week's schedule and the home run leaders in the Richard T. Betts Rec Modified Softball League at Betts Park:
Ryan Fralick Chiropractic 9-2
Cougar Bob's 7-5
Larry's Cantina 6-7
Neil's Propane 5-7
Crescent Beer 4-8
The Bucket 3-9
Scared Hitless 2-10
Ashville General/Certified Auto 1-11
6 p.m.: Fralick Chiropractic vs. Larry's Cantina, Betts Field; The Bucket vs. Craco, Foley Field; Betts vs. Nic-L-Inn, Brown Field
7:30 p.m.: Fralick Chiropractic vs. Cougar Bob's, Betts Field; Neil's Propane vs. Crescent Beer, Foley Field
9 p.m.: Neil's Propane vs. Cougar Bob's, Betts Field; Scared Hitless vs. Ashville/Certified, Foley Field
Home run leaders: Billy Lawson, Fralick, 7; Joe Pellegrino, Craco, 5; Nick Bryan, Crescent, 5; Adam Paden, Craco, 4; Darren Cummings, Betts, 4; Greg Cameron, Neil's, 4; Wes Schwanke, Bucket, 4; BJ Salerno, Betts, 3; Jeff Eaton, Betts, 3; Chris Yost, Betts, 3; Ryan Vandevelde, Larry's, 3; Dan Bullock, Scared, 3; Drew Hale, Nic-L-Inn, 3; Mike Crossley, Cougar Bob's, 3; Mario Muscarella, Fralick, 3; Jory Geigor, Craco, 3; several with 2.
Pete Hofert and Jim Fehlman each had the low gross of 35, and Bob Humphrey the low net of 28, on Tuesday in the Youngsville Senior Golf League at Maplehurst Country Club.
Bill Young and Bob Yucha tied for second low gross with 38 each, and Dave Warner had a net of 29 and Dick Wood a net of 30. Don Hook recorded an eagle on the round, and Ray Adams, Pat Black, Bob Bires, Jim Dunn, Toot Dyer, Fehlman, Neil Himber, Bob Tordella, Dick Wood, Gary Wood, Tom Messinger and Dave Peck had birdies.
Marty Grove had the low gross of 37, and Matt Kiser and Ralph Kenniston each had the low net of 28, on Thursday in the Warren County Industrial Golf League at Blueberry Hill Golf Club.
Team standings (total points/last event): 1. Voty Insurance 382.5/26.5; 2. Waste Treatment Corp 373/29.5; 3. Allegheny Cyclery 368.5/27; 4. Jones Chevrolet 363/33.5; 5. Barr, Inc. 361/28.5; 6. Action Supply 359/27; 6. T&J Property Maintenance 33; 6. Sheffield Timber Service 359/26.5; 9. Crossett 358/33; 10. United Refining 356.5/25.5; 11. Horseshoe Inn 353.5/25.5; 12. Struthers 350/31.5; 13. Hoover Oil Supply 345/33.5; 14. Northwest Savings 340.5/30; 15. RalphE's 339.5/30; 16. VFW Post 314 335/28.5
Sue Irvin and Tricia Kubas had the low score of 55 on Tuesday at the Ladies Member-Guest Golf Tournament at Blueberry Hill.
Jan Moore and Nancy Shattuck were second at 59, Lee Spangler and Brenda Toter third at 61, and Deidra Himes and Joanne Dean fourth at 65.
Open gym for boys entering grades 7-12 at Youngsville High School will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturdays, August 6 and 13, at Youngsville High School. For information, contact Ray Niedrick at 563-3163.
Luci Desi uniforms
JAMESTOWN, N.Y. - For the second year in a row, the Jamestown Jammers will help celebrate Lucille Ball's birthday by wearing specially-designed Lucy Desi uniforms during Wednesday's game against the Tri-City ValleyCats at Diethrick Park.
The uniforms, designed by Wilson, are white with a script Lucy Desi across the front along with two screen-printed photos of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz on the front, and the 100th birthday logo is on the back of the jersey.
After the game, the jerseys will be auctioned off with proceeds going to Lucy Desi Museum in Jamestown, N.Y.
In addition to the uniforms, the Jammers will also wear commemorative hats that feature the Jammers logo with the signature "I Love Lucy" heart behind the logo on the front of the cap.
The game is just one of several events planned for Lucy's 100th birthday, which also includes visits from Joan Rivers and Paula Poundstone during the four-day event.