Big 30 coaches
The coaching staff for the Pennsylvania team in the annual Don Raabe Big 30 Charities Classic football game has been announced. The game will be played on Saturday, August 4, at Bradford's Parkway Field.
Sheffield head football coach Bryan Gould will coach the Keystone State team this season. Gould is a social studies teacher at Sheffield High School and has been head coach for three seasons and an assistant for another two. Joining Gould will be several of his Sheffield assistant coaches including Dave Fitch, Jeremy Snell and Steve Crozier.
Jerry Bancroft, CVCC member, recorded his second ever hole-in-one at Conewango Valley Country Club on Wednesday. His ace came on the par 3, 16th hole at CVCC. It measured 173 yards and he used a 5-iron. It was witnessed by Mike Bancroft.
Larry's Cantina opened the Richard T. Betts Rec Modified Softball League season with a dominating 30-3 victory over The Bucket Wednesday at Betts Park. Nick Luther was 4-for-5 with a home run for the winners, Nick Quagliana was 3-for-5 with a homer of his own, and winning pitcher Ryan Vandevelde also belted out three hits. Mitch Kyser also homered for the winners.
Larry Salapek had the low gross of 35, and George Kellogg the low net of 27, on Tuesday in the Jackson Valley Tuesday Night League.
Team standings: 1. Edward Oil 105.75, 2. Shaw House 97, 3. Cornerstone 96.25, 4. Ameriprise Financial 95.75, 5. Warren Bus Lines 95, 5. Park Ave. Motor Car 95, 7. DEGS 91, 8. A&B Heating 86, 9. Wagner's Golf 83. 9. Caldwell Bankers 83, 11. Snuffy's 81, 12. American Legion 77.5, 13. Support Enterprises 77.25, 14. Howe's True Value 75, 15. ARMAC 74.5, 16. Olie Support 74, 17. Anthony Consulting 73, 18. Garrison-Simonsen 72, 19. Freedom Investment 70.5, 20. Lewis Funeral Home 69.75, 21. WMG Urology 65.5, 22. Nesmith Insurance 63.5, 23. G&R Machine 62.75, 24. Dickey's Duffers 57.25, 25. PALO 55.5, 26. Lakeside Fire 50, 27. Moose Lodge 109 47, 28. Barr, Inc. 36.5
The team of Greg Senyo and David Bortz finished first with 14 points in Monday's Cable Hollow Scratch League. Ron Lemon and Joe Bender were second at 12 points, and Colby Clark and Ken Frank third at 10.
Ron Lindstrom had a low gross of 41, Pete Hofert 42, and Bob Bires and Dick Thompson each had low net with 36, on Tuesday in the Youngsville Seniors Golf League at Maplehurst Country Club.
Roy Swanson had the low gross of 38, and Ted Passmore, Dale Shaffer, Jim Monaghan, Jerry Nelson and Terry Wilson each shot low net with 34, on Thursday, May 10, in the Warren County Industrial Golf League at Blueberry Hill Golf Course.
Team standings (total/May 10 event): 1. Sheffield Timber Service 71/33.5, 2. Jones Chevrolet 69/37, 3. Voty Insurance 66.5/36.5, 4. AC/MD's 66/38, 5. Struthers 65/31.5, 6. RalphE's 63/28.5, 7. Action Supply 62.5/28, 8. VFW Post 314 61.5/31.5, 9. United Refining 60/28; 9. T&J Property Maintenance 60/23, 11. Crossett 54.5/32, 12. Waste Treatment 51.5/28.5, 13. Northwest Savings 49/23.5, 14. Horseshoe Inn 48/22, 15. Barr, Inc. 42/22.5
Urban Bires shot the nine-hole low gross of 37, and Chuck Travis low net with 23, on Wednesday
in the Monday Blueberry Senior League. Bob Buerkle and Pat Hultquist had gross scores of 39 each and Wayne Swanson shot 40. Ted Bleech and Gary Redick each had net scores of 28, and Larry Brown and Bud Baughman 31 each.
Team standings: Morning Sun 23.5, American Legion 23, Voty 22, Alabaugh's Radiators 21, RalphE's Pub 21, Midtown Motors 19, Warren Bus and Transit 19, Howe's True Value 18, Eagles Club 17.5, Jones Chevrolet 17, KCS Energy 17, Elks Lodge 16.5, WACOPSE 16, Moose Club 15, Ed Shults of Warren 13.5, County Bank 7
Sandy Wilks had low gross of 44 and Tracie Gray low net of 32 in Blueberry Ladies Golf League play Tuesday at Blueberry Hill Golf Club. Here are the results from the round:
First Flight: Low gross- Sandy Wilks 44, Sharon Birtcil 45; Low net- Sandy Wilks 33, Sharon Birtcil 38; Tournament- Susan Shea 11, Sandy Wilks 14
Second Flight: Low gross- Nicole McClement 52, Barb Gelotte 53, Judy Perrotti 53; Low net- Nicole McClement 37, Barb Gelotte 38; Tournament- Barb Gelotte 17, Ellen Nelson 17, Nicole McClement 18
Third Flight: Low gross- Veronica Anderson 58, Lee Spangler 58, Danell Sowers 59; Low net- Lee Spangler 40, Veronica Anderson 41, Karen Sobkowski 41, Lee Spangler 41; Tournament- Danell Sowers 14, Veronica Anderson 17, Trisha Kubas 17
Fourth Flight: Low gross- Tracie Gray 53, Nan Lindblad 61; Low net- Tracie Gray 32, Nan Lindblad 40; Tournament- Tracie Gray 14, Donna Herzog 18, Kris Smith 18
Fifth Flight: Low gross- Karen Bednar 61, Donna Zarcizny 67; Low net- Karen Bednar 35, Annie Creek 39, Donna Zarcizny 39; Tournament- Kim McClement 14, Coleen Frailey 17
No Handicap: Low gross- Shelley Gray 51, Kristen Plotner 54; Tournament- Shelley Gray 15, Lisa Bailey 18
The team of Denny Munksgard and Ryan Stanton placed first in the Fitch Disposal League Tuesday at Cable Hollow Golf Club with 24.5 points. The team of Sam Pusateri and Darrell Pusateri was second with 22 points and the duos of Bob Hunter and Mark Kulka and Bob Hamm and Craig Johnson shared third with 21 points.
The team of Michael Doherty and Chris Hanes placed first in the Cable Hollow 2-Man Golf League on Tuesday with 34 points. The team of Bob Lindquist and Gary Taylor was second with 33.5 points and the team of Lucian DiNapoli and Mike Fisher was third with 33 points. Taylor had the round's low net score of 27.
Raechel Evans had low gross of 45 and Gerry Africa had low net of 35 in Ladies Tuesday Golf League play at Conewango Valley Country Club. Here are the complete results from the round:
First Flight: Low gross- Raechel Evans 45; Low net- Gerry Africa 35; Event (low net par 3's)- Sonia Probst 8; 18-hole low gross- Gerry Africa 94, Sonia Probst 94, Betsy Senger 93
Second Flight: Low gross- Judy Dale 51; Low net- Bev Roe 36; Event- Robbin Price 7; 18-hole low gross- Judy Dale 105, Debbie Vicini 105; 18-hole low net- Bev Roe 76
Third Flight: Low gross- Janeal Hedman 55; Low net- Michelle Lauffenburger 36; Event- Ruth Derby 7 18-hole low gross- Leslie Baldensperger 128; 18-hole low net- Deb Leofsky
Dick Kimball had low gross of 35 in Men's Day Golf League play Thursday at Conewango Valley Country Club. Here are the complete results from Thursday's round:
First Flight: Low gross- Dick Kimball 35, George Adams 37; Event (low gross even holes)- Dick Cole 15, Don Dubia 16, Anthony Pellegrino Jr. 16, Dave Walde 16
Second Flight: Low gross- Paul Ignatius 40, Jasen Diley 41; Event- Bob Gray 17, Bill Andrews 17, Gary Baldensperger 18
Third Flight: Low gross- Joe Hedman 43, Jim Senger 43, Larry Vicini 43, John Zawacki 44, Mike McElrath 44; Event- Bill Bunk 19, Alec Conarro 19, Joe Camas 20, Phil Cammarata 20, Jim Vecellio 20, Mark Espin 20, Bill Turner 20
Fourth Flight: Low gross- Dave Gerringer 43, Duane Vicini 44; Tournament- Ashton Ditka 19, Phil Mathyer 19, Kyle Hellman 19, Rick Bakewell 20, Jim Phillips 20, Bill Scuver 20
Fifth Flight: Low gross- Ed Kavanaugh 45, Paul Fratangelo 47; Event- Greg LaRocca 21, Rick Seager 22
Youngsville High School graduate Ben Oviatt was named to the 2012 All-Presidents' Athletic Conference team as a member of the Division III Waynesburg University baseball team this spring.
As a second-team selection, Oviatt had one of the best regular seasons for a Waynesburg pitcher in recent memory. He led the team in pitching wins with nine, had a team-best 2.62 ERA in 79 innings, and had nine complete games and two shutouts. He was fourth in the conference in ERA, 10th in opponents' batting average (.268), fourth in innings pitched and second in wins.
Oviatt worked an addition 6 1/3 innings on Wednesday in Waynesburg's 8-7 loss to Penn State Behrend in the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference playoffs. The senior allowed five runs on seven hits and a walk. Waynesburg finished 22-19 overall.
Corry held Warren to just two hits during a 6-0 victory in junior varsity baseball play on Wednesday. Johnny White took the loss for the Dragons despite allowing only four hits.
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Corry 100 014 x - 6 4 2
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Wood bat tourney
The 5th Annual Wooden Bat Slow Pitch Softball Tournament, benefitting the Warren Jaycees, will be held Saturday, May 26, at Betts. Teams are guaranteed four games with a $175 entry fee. Wood bats will be provided. To register, call Jason Harkins at 706-2789.