The 3rd Annual Jack V. Barner No-tap Memorial Scholarship Bowling Tournament concluded Saturday, March 24, at Bowlaway Lanes in Sheffield. Proceeds from the tournament will be used to award two scholarships at the end of the 2011-12 school year.
Those scholarships will be presented to deserving student-athletes that will be continuing their education at the post-secondary level. The awards, presented in the memory of Jack Barner, will be awarded at Sheffield and Kane area high schools in the spring.
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High junior bowlers
Representing the late Jack V. Barner, in the photo at left, granddaughter Alaina Barner presents a certificate to Jake Gorton for having the High Junior Male Series at the 3rd Annual Jack V. Barner No-tap Memorial Scholarship Bowling Tournament. At right, grandson Curtis Barner presents the award for High Junior Female Series to Cheyenne Wheatley.
Here are the results from this year's event:
Team results: 1. Team John Hanson 3590, 2. Team Brian Silvis 3512, 2. Team C.J. Jones 3512, 4. Team Bob O'Rourke 3508, 5. Team Bryan Olsen 3485
High Male Series: John Hanson, Sheffield, 841
High Female Series: Lisa Wilson, Kane, 647
High Junior Female Series: Cheyenne Wheatley, Kane, 664
High Junior Male Series: Jake Gorton, Sheffield, 719
Big 30 football
Youngsville High School senior football player Sam Lucas is the latest Warren County addition to Pennsylvania's team for the 39th Annual Don Raabe Big 30 Charities Classic football game scheduled for Saturday, August 4, at Bradford's Parkway Field.
Lucas, a linebacker and tailback, received an honorable mention on the Pennsylvania Football News all-state team and was named Youngsville's most valuable offensive player during its 10-0 regular season. Lucas was a Region 2 all-star selection on both offense and defense.