Jr. high track
Here are the Beaty girls track & field results from a recent meet held with Bradford at Bradford Area High School:
Team key: Beaty (W), Bradford (B)
3200 relay: 1. Bradford 11:40, 2. Warren (Adams, McCullough, Ashbaugh, Hahn), 3. Warren (Alcorn, Arford, Heeter, Lemmon)
100 hurdles: 1. Borland (B) 18.9, 2. Burgess (B), 3. McGruff (B)
100: 1. Wells (B) 14.3, 2. Poston (W), 3. Bennett (B)
Triple jump: 1. Bennett (B) 27'10 1/2, 2. Poston (W), 3. Burgess (B)
1600: 1. Hutchings (B) 6:27, 2. Hahn (W), 3. Hartman (B)
High jump: 1. Hahn (W) 4'4, 2. Adams (W), 3. Woodmansee (B)
Javelin: 1. Wortman (W) 83'1, 2. Colosimo (B), 3. Black (B)
400: 1. Leet (B) 1:11.9, 2. Little (B), 3. Alcorn (W)
400 relay: 1. Warren (Lobdell, Poston, Ashbaugh, Wortman) 59.2, 2. Bradford
300 hurdles: 1. Borland (B) 56.6, 2. Bogenbaum (B), 3. Lind (W)
Discus: 1. Olson (W) 66' 1/2, 2. Black (B), 3. Wortman (W)
800: 1. Hutchings (B) 2:55, 2. Vaccaro (B), 3. Little (B)
Long jump: 1. Wells (B) 13'1 1/4, 2. Bennett (B), 3. Marsh (W)
200: 1. Bradford, 2. Lobdell (W), 3. Bradford
3200: 1. Bradford, 2. Hahn (W)
1600 relay: 1. Bradford, 2. Beaty
Sonia Probst recorded his first career hole in one Wednesday at Conewango Valley Country Club.
The ace came on the 120-yard par-3 fifth hole and the shot was made using a 7-iron. The ace was witnessed by Maurice Bennett, Jack McKnight and Marnie McKnight.
A mandatory Little League umpires training course will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 15, at the Farm Colony for the 2012 season.
First-time umpires are required to attend at least one training session, and the first was already held on Sunday, April 1. Umpire scheduling for the upcoming season will follow there at 6 p.m. Sunday, April 15.
For information, e-mail Darin Freeborough at email@example.com, or call 730-6104.
Slow pitch meeting
A team manager meeting for the Mike Kolos Memorial Sunday Slow Pitch League will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 12, in the upstairs at Cornerstone Lounge. A representative from each team is asked to attend.
Warren Area High School graduate Tyler Leichtenberger recorded two saves, one each on Friday and Saturday, for the Rochester Institute of Technology. Leichtenberger struck out the side in the ninth inning on Friday in a 6-5 win over Union College for his RIT single-season save record of four saves. He pitched 1 1/3 innings in the nine-inning game, and got out of a jam in the bottom of the eighth.
On Saturday, he earned his fifth save in a hitless seventh inning of a 2-1 win over Union.
On the season, Leichtenberger has allowed two runs in nine innings, allowing six hits, and striking out eight.
Warren's Geoff Stewart was the boys discus winner in Tuesday's track & field meet with Titusville at War Memorial Field.
He was incorrectly identified as Mark Stewart in Wednesday's Times Observer.