Celoron outshot Busti, 344-339, and Randolph beat Carroll, 339-332, in the Chautauqua Country Trap League this week. Jerry Willett and Kevin Sturzenbecker had 50s for Celoron, and Charlie Brown had the lone 50 for Busti. Cal Benson had a 50 for Randolph and John P. Foster had the lone 50 for Carroll. Carroll's Hunter Whippo had his first 25 straight.
High ladies were Cindy Cable and Bonnie Whalen with 47. High juniors were Kayla Anderson and Andrew Hvizdzak with a 48. High sub-junior was Dalton Becker with a 42. High vet was Jim Carris with a 49. High senior vets were Al Staerr, Gary Sickles, Hod Edgreen and Dick Starks with 48. High super senior vet was Bill Dallas with 47.
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Warren Area High School graduate and 2011 Penn State University graduate Zack Papalia, right, competed in the Pennsylvania #2 Tough Mudder Race May 13 in Pocono Manor. Papalia teamed with fellow 2011 graduates of Penn State’s Kinesiology Julie Stover, center, and Matt Castagnero, left. Here, the group emerges from a 20 foot plunge into a mud bath during one of the event’s obstacles. The group finished the 21-obstacle, 13-mile off-road course in two hours and 45 minutes. Papalia said the group’s “least favorite” obstacle was at mile two when they had to jump into a six-foot deep pool of ice and swim under barriers to the other side. Along the way, they confronted 10,000 volt electric shocks, ran through stretches of flaming hay bails, ran logs up ski slopes, crawled through 40-foot long drainage pipes filled with ice water, swung across greased monkey-bars over a pond, crawled through mud under barbed wire and live electric wires and helped lift each other up and over 12-foot walls. Papalia said the most rewarding part of the event was watching all the team work as complete strangers helped each other overcome the obstacles even at the expense of their own finishing time.
CELORON (344): Jerry Willett and Kevin Sturzenbecker, 50, Shane Lindstrom, Jim Carris, Scott Carter and Rich Foster, 49, Kayla Anderson, 48.
BUSTI (339): Charlie Brown, 50, Tim Young, 49, Hod Edgreen, Craig Broberg, Steve Paddock, Dick Starks and Dave Straight, 48.
RANDOLPH (339): Cal Benson, 50, Marty Gawron, 49, Al Staerr, D.M. Bifaro, Gary Sickles, Skip Frazier and Andrew Hvizdzak, 48.
CARROLL (332): John P. Foster, 50, Jim Nowacki, 49, Mike Mackey, Chuck Travis and Marty Nelson, 48, Doug Johnson, 45, Paul Prentice, 44.
It was a windy and cool evening as reflected in the lower scores this week in the Warren County Trap League. Taylor Hansen of Tidioute and Colton Black of Sugar Grove I had the only perfect 50 straights. Brady Carl of Kalbfus shot his first 25 straight.
Sugar Grove II defeated Brokenstraw, 337-330, for the top score of the week; Pine Grove beat Tidioute, 334-333; Sugar Grove I topped Corry, 334-332, and; Kalbfus beat Sheffield, 336-320.
Hansen was high lady with her 50; Brady Carl, Tyler Lund and Ethan Black each had 40 to tie for high junior; Eric Cecco shot 46 for high sub-junior; Gary McLaughlin, David Straight and Dave Kingsley each had 49 for high veteran, and; Ed Wirst was high senior vet with his 47.
SUGAR GROVE II (337): Tom Dallas 49, Jared Lindell 49, Danny Ficarra 48, Steve Ecker 48, Tim Young 48, Jamie Norton 48, Reed Johnson 47
BROKENSTRAW (330): Terry Morrison 48, Eric Hallberg 48, Dan Morris 48, Robbin Weaver 47, Ed Wurst 47, Sam Lucas 46, Archie Hollabaugh 46
PINE GROVE (334): Dave Kingsley 49, John Morrison 49, Ray Lee 48, Scott Carter 48, Cindy Cable 47, Russ Wingard 47, George Powley 46
TIDIOUTE (333): Taylor Hansen 50, Cody Hansen 48, Ken Anderson 48, Jim Egley 47, Ed Pennington 47, Doug Sliker 47, Harold Kiser 46
SUGAR GROVE I (334): Colton Black 50, Kirk Decker 48, Ethan Black 48, Brad Church 47, Rick Espin 47, Jim Hannon 47, Scott Gustafson 47
CORRY (332): Jim Huntley 49, Ashley Walton 48, Greg Linden 48, Tyler Lund 48, Chiyo Grant 47, Ken Berkhous 46, Todd McClain 46
KALBFUS (336): Dave Straight 49, John Pearson 49, Brady Carl 48, John P. Foster 48, Lynn Schnarrs 48, Chuck Loomis 47, Bob Gregersen 47
SHEFFIELD (320): Joe Leichtenberger 49, Gary McLaughlin 49, Jeff Boutelle 46, Chuck Cooper 44, Zach Anderson 44, Erica Boutelle 44, Lee Heeter 44
Here are the results for the Thursday Morning Cable Hollow Ladies Golf League are as follows:
First Flight: 1st Low Gross - Mary Mackey 43; 1st Low Net - Shirley Pearson 34; 2nd Low Gross - Jill Dart 49; 2nd Low Net - Grace Backstrom 35; 3rd Low Gross - Mary Lou Scully, Donna Holmes 52; 3rd Low Net - July Larson 39; Tournament- Mary Mackey 26
Second Flight: 1st Low Gross - Laura Martin 53; 1st Low Net - Blanch Swaney, Ann Salen 33; 2nd Low Gross - Marge Sickler 56; 2nd Low Net - Lucy Cook 40; Tournament - Laura Martin 29
Third Flight: 1st Low Gross - Jeanette Carlson 54; 1st Low Net- JoAnn Anderson 36; 2nd Low Gross- Sue Sumner 59; 2nd Low Net - Geri Swanson 37; 3rd Low Gross - Bev Cox 60; 3rd Low Net- Elsa Hern 38; Tournament - Jeanette Carlson 32
Fourth Flight: 1st Low Gross- Priscilla Spencer 67; 1st Low Net - Carolyn John 36; 2nd Low Gross- Dorothy Curtis 72; 2nd Low Net - Angie Pellegrino 41; 3rd Low Gross -Sally Clark 74; 3rd Low Net- Fran Bauer 43; Tournament - Priscilla Spencer 38
The team of Jim Senger, Betsy Senger, Vance Lauffenburger and Michelle Lauffenburger had the low score of 26 this week in the Conewango Valley Country Club Couple 1 Net Best of 4 Couple League. Drew Young, Ruth Derby, Dave Walde and Robbin Price were second at 27, and Bob McGinn, Judy McGinn, Jim Roe and Bev Roe were third at 28.
Rew Eggleston was 3-for-4 with a home run in Nic-L-Inn's Richard T. Betts Rec Modified Softball League win late Wednesday. Andrew Morrison and Jory Giger were each 4-for-5 in the loss for Craco, and Adam Paden added three hits.
Nic-L-Inn 158 000 3 - 17 12
Craco 130 901 1 - 15 19
2b-Andrew Morrison (C) 3, Adam Paden (C), Ron Thomas (C), Todd Rudolph (C), Mike Kuzminski (C). 3b-Morrison (C), Kuzminski (C), Paden (C). HR-Paden (C), Joe Pellegrino (C), Jory Giger (C), Rew Eggleston (N).
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.