The 8th Annual Northern Area Youth Football Camp will be held from 6-8 p.m. June 18-21 at EHS. Anyone interested in signing up should contact Eisenhower football coach Jim Penley at EHS 757-8878. Cost will be $15 dollars and early registration will get a free camp T-shirt.
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This group of Warren girls won the 15-18-year-old division of the Gus Macker 3-on-3 Tournament held May 19-20 at Betts Park in Warren. From left are team members Emily Sherman, Sabrina Anderson, Kristie Reynolds and Taylor Mineweaser.
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Blue Belt Joey Tremblay recently placed third at the Hayastan Grappling Championships in Fredonia, N.Y. Tremblay has been training with his father for three years in Combat Jujitsu. He currently is a member of Johnson’s Black Belt Academy Combat Jujitsu program. Here, Tremblay, center, is shown with Rick Johnson, left, and his father Shihan Joe Tremblay, 7th Degree Black Belt.
The 8th annual Blue/ Gold spring flag football game at EHS will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, June 1. The spring game is the culmination of the spring mini-camp practices for next year's football team. The game is free to the public with concessions available.
Jerry Bancroft had the nine-hole low gross of 34 and the 18-hole gross of 71 during the Conewango Valley Country Club's men's day golf on Thursday.
Flight 1: Gross-Jerry Bancroft 34, Dick Cole 35
Flight 2: Gross-Bill Andrews 38, Bob Gray 40
Flight 3: Gross-Steve Puleo 40, Vance Lauffenburger 41
Flight 4: Gross-Bill Schuver 42, Bob Follett 45, Randy Scalise 45
Flight 5: Gross-Paul Fratangelo 50, Ed Kavanaugh 51
Hallie Dubia had the nine-hole low gross of 44, and Mary Conarro and Tammy Jensen both had the nine-hole low net of 38, during the Conewango Valley Country Club's Ladies Golf League on Tuesday. Marlene Sandberg had the 18-hole low gross of 88 and Conarro and Sally Steele each had the 18-hole low net of 75.
Flight 1: Gross-Hallie Dubia 44; Net-Mary Conarro 38; 18-Hole Gross-Marlene Sandberg 88; 18-Hole Net-Mary Conarro 75
Flight 2: Gross-Debbie Vicini 49; Net-Tammy Jensen 38; 18-Hole Gross-Debbie Vicini 98; 18-Hole Net-Sally Steele 75
Flight 3: Gross-Michelle Lauffenburger 54; Net-Deb Leofsky 39; 18-Hole Gross-Deb Leofsky 126; 18-Hole Net-Ruth Derby 81
Jody Christensen and Rose Colucci each had the low gross of 45, and Debbie Olson the low net of 29, this week in the Blueberry Ladies League at Blueberry Hill Golf Club.
Flight A: Gross-Jody Christensen 45, Rose Colucci 45, Sandy Wilks 46; net-Christensen 33, Colucci 35, Judy Perrotti 35, Wilks 35
Flight B: Gross: Shannon Stevenson 49, Patti Larson 51; net-Stevenson 34, Larson 35
Flight C: Gross-Marian Aranyos 51, Lee Spangler 52; net-Aranyos 31, Spangler 36
Flight D: Gross-Melissa Schrader 51, Donna Herzog 57; net-Schrader 29, Herzog 35, Kris Smith 35
Flight E: Gross-Karen Bednar 64, Sue Irvin 64, Jane Moore 65, Debbie Olson 65; net-Olson 29, Irvin 37
No-handicap flight: Gross-Kristen Plotner 52, Kris Soderberg 53
In a match between the last two undefeated teams, Kalbfus outshot Sugar Grove II, 343-337, this week in the Warren County Trap League Also, it was Pine Grove (348) over Sugar Grove I (343); Tidioute (340) over Corry (326), and; Brokenstraw (333) over Sheffield (299).
John Cecco had his first 50 straight, and Dave Berdine had his 1st 25 straight.
Tiffany Decker was high lady with 50, Michael McDunn high sub-junior with 49, Zach Bush, Nathan Kupchella and Brady Carl high juniors with 47 each, Ray Lee high vet with 50, and; Russ Wingard and Jack Kostkas high senior vets with perfect 50's.
KALBFUS (343): Denny Joy 50, Michael McDunn 49, Tom Sleeman 49, Chuck Loomis 49, John P. Foster 49, John Pearson 49, Nate Tenney48
SUGAR GROVE II (337): Reed Johnson 49, Steve Ecker 49, Jared Lindell 49, Ben Rouse 49, Tom Dallas 48, Craig Darling 47, Tim Young 46
PINE GROVE (348): Kevin Sturzenbecker 50, John Cecco 50, Russ Wingard 50, Ray Lee 50, Greg Nagurney 50, Don Foster 49, Dave Kingsley 49
SUGAR GROVE I (343): Tiffany Decker 50, Scott Gustafson 50, Rick Espin 49, Jake Lindell 49, Jack Hunt 49, Jim Hannon 48, Denny LaBarte 48
TIDIOUTE (340: Jack Kostkas 50, Joel Stewart 50, Lee Turk 49, Colby Case 48, Ken Anderson 48, Joe Miller 48, Taylor Hansen 47
CORRY (326): Ken Berkhaus 50, Greg Linden 47, Jim Huntley 46, Ashley Walton 46, Tyler Lund 46, Landon Crawford 46, Harold Linden 45
BROKENSTRAW (333): Terry Morrison 49, Robbin Weaver 48, Bob Coulter 48, Zach Bush 47, Curt Hollabaugh 47, Rusty Luther 47, Gail Henderson 47
SHEFFIELD (299): Gary McLaughlin 45, Joe Leichtenberger 45, Jeff Boutelle 44, Daniel Pierson 43, Jacob Grove 41, Lee Heeter 41, Travis Peterson 40
Ryan D. Fralick Chiropractic went 2-0 over the past two weeks, defeating Wing City Bar & Grille and Cougar Bob's by scores of 19-0 and 8-7, respectively, in the Richard T. Betts Rec Modified Softball League.
Joe Conti won both games, going the distance against Cougar Bob's while striking out seven, and pitched four innings with five strikeouts against Wing City.
Kyle Grey and Chris Mitchell both recorded hits in every at-bat to lead the way against Cougar Bob's. Shane Swan and Jim Cama also each added doubles.
Mario Muscarella had a home run and three RBI against Wing City, while Jay Grann and Cama combined for seven RBI.
Benefit trap shoot
The Disabled American Veterans Benefit Trap Shoot, to benefit the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 75, will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 2, at the Sheffield Rod and Gun Club. There will be a total of 75 targets, with one round of wobble and one round of doubles. The cost is $20 per shooter, or $15 junior shooter 17 and under.
Prizes will be awarded to high overall shooter, high wobble, high doubles, high senior, and high junior. Shoot-offs will be held at 2:30 p.m., if necessary. Lewis Class is available for every ten shooters.
For information, call Chuck Cooper at 730-7845.
Randolph suffered its first loss of the year to Celoron, 344-342. Brian Whalen had the lone 50 for Celoron and Gary Sickles had the lone 50 for Randolph. Busti beat Carroll, 336-321, in the other match.
High ladies were Cindy Cable and Tiffany Decker with 48. High junior was Andrew Hvizdzak with a 48. High sub-juniors were Dalton Becker and Ben Paddock with 46. High vet was Whalen with his 50. High senior vet was Sickles with his 50. High super senior vet was Red France with 46.
CELORON (344): Brian Whalen, 50, Brian Ecelburger, Don Foster, Dave Davies, Russ Wingard, Danny Ficarra and Mike Cluchey, 49.
RANDOLPH (342): Gary Sickles, 50, Jim Congdon, D.J. Bifaro, Marty Gawron and Tim Sickles, 49, D.M. Bifaro and Rich Hall, 48.
BUSTI (336): Bill Boyles and Jack Hunt, 49, Dick Starks, Kirk Decker and Tiffany Decker, 48, Gary Olson and Scott Schrecengost, 47.
CARROLL (321): Marty Nelson, 48, Jim Nowacki, 47, Dennis Corey, 46, Chuck Travis, Bill Wilson, Paul Prentice and Dave Tenney, 45.