The Eisenhower High School Football Boosters will be holding a meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday in room 309 of the high school.
Over 30 softball
Times Observer photos by Josh Cotton and Brian Hagberg
Above, Warren head football coach Brad Wright, at right, eyes two of his players locked up in a drill. Monday was the first day of practice for fall sports teams in the county, including Youngsville volleyball. Below, Youngsville volleyball player Abby McLaughlin watches as the ball she spikes lands in play at Youngsville High School.
Here are Tuesday's games in the Over 30 Modified Softball League at Betts Park (updated standings have not been submitted):
6 p.m.: Hard Luck Tattoo vs. Club Buck, Betts Field; Meridian Hardwood vs. Kwik Fill, Foley Field; Ed Shults/Bucket vs. American Legion, Brown Field
7:30 p.m.: Meridian Hardwood vs. Crescent Beer, Betts Field; Freddies vs. V&J Pizza, Foley Field
9 p.m.: Buckhorn vs. Bullpen, Betts Field; Mangione vs. Blue Ribbon, Foley Field
The four-person team of John Papalia Sr., Skip Marsh, Tim Bevevino and Tim Coombs finished first in the gross division of the Summer Sizzler Scramble Monday at Conewango Valley Country Club. The foursome had a score of 61, which defeated the team of Chuck Shrader, Rick Sloppy, Mark Breaky and Greg Noon by matching cards.
The team of Dave Papalia, Rick Madril, Randy Mineweaser and Mike Ishman finished first in the Men's Net Division with a score of 45.6. Larry Horn, Lee Gray, Jerry Morrison and Tom Moore finished second at 46.4.
The team of Shawn Baldensperger, Jodi Dickerson, Dan Volk and Gregg Blair won the Mixed Gross Division with 60, followed by Frank Wiertel, Matt Wiertel, Steve Chilchistell and Shannon Morton at 65.
The team of Joe Colosimo, Krystal White, Tim Greenlund and Lee Marzka won the Mixed Net Division at 41.8, and Ed Pitchford, Val Jackson, Gary Maras and Bob Smith second at 47.6.
Larry Bearfield had the low gross of 38, and Terry Anderson the low net of 31, in the Monday Blueberry Senior League.
Bob Buerkle had a gross score of 39, and Wayne Swanson, Jerry Carr and Bob Wolfe 40 each. Larry Anderson and Jim McCollough each had a net score of 32.
Swanson and Andy Kegel had two birdies each, and Gary Redick, Jon Carlson, Ken Miller, Bearfield, Ralph Gallo, Steve Gelotte, Larry Brown, Jerry Carr and Buerkle had one each.
Team standings: Alabaugh's Radiators 28, Voty Insurance 26.5, Midtown Motors 26, WACOPSE 25.5, RalphE's Pub 24, Warren Bus and Transit 23.5, County National Bank 21.5, Eagles Club 21, KCS Energy 18.5, Ed Shults 19, American Legion 16.5, Howe's True Value 16, Morning Sun 11.5, Jones Chevrolet 11, Moose Club 10.5, Elks Lodge 9.
Kinzua Crush tryouts
Tryouts for the under-16 and under-14 2012 Kinzua Crush traveling fastpitch softball teams are being planned. Those interested are asked to contact Ed Loutzenhiser at 730-8718 for further information.
The Warren County Special Olympics Softball Skills competition was rained out on Monday and will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Lacy Playground.