Skete Williams had low gross of 36 and Frank Anthony had low net of 29 in Tuesday Night Golf League play at Jackson Valley Golf Club. Here are the team standings through Tuesday's round:
Team standings: Edward Oil 181.5, Shaw House 161.5, Park Avenue 161, Cornerstone 157.25, DEGS 154, Warren Bus Lines 153.5, Ameriprise Financial 152.25, Caldwell Banker 151.75, Olie's Sports 144.5, A&B Heating 143.5, Wagner's Golf 143, Garrison-Simonsen Insurance 143, Midtown Motors 142.75, Snuffy's 139.5, American Legion 136.5, Nesmith Insurance 129.75, Howe's True Value 128.5, Freedom Investment 128, PALO 125.75, Anthony Consulting 125, WMG Urology 121, ARMAC 116, Lewis Funeral Home 113.5, G&R Machine 111.25, Moose Lodge 109 104.5, Lakeside Fire 104.25, Dickey's Duffers 85.75, Barr Inc. 70
Times Observer photo by Allen?Seybert
C.J.’s Home Decor/Freddie’s pitcher Dave Cressley readies a throw to first base after fielding a ground ball in the second inning of a Friday Night Co-ed Softball League game with JOSE?360/Finishing Touch Friday at?Betts Park, Warren.
Late Rec League
Crescent Beer finished 1-1 in Richard T. Betts Rec Modified Softball League play Wednesday at Betts Park, topping The Bucket 30-9 and falling to Fralic Chiropractic, 22-9. In the win over The Bucket, the winners got five hits each from Trevor White, Todd Breeding and Jim Evers. White, Breeding, Dave Stuart, Kevin Roberts and Evers all had two hits during a 16-run sixth inning explosion. Mike McIntosh and Cody Vincent had three hits apiece for The Bucket.
Fralic 560 002 9 - 22 19
Crescent Beer 301 050 0 - 9 15
2b-Kevin Roberts (C). HR-Nick Bryan (C).
Crescent Beer 106 34(16) - 30 32
The Bucket 206 010 - 9 10
2b-Todd Breeding (C). 3b-Cody Vincent (T) 2, Dave Stuart (C), Breeding (C). HR-Dan Bullock (C). WP-Glenn Morse. LP-Jon Vincent.
Busti edged Celoron 343-342 and Randolph topped Carroll, 344-336, in Chautauqua County Trap League competition Thursday. Busti's Charlie Brown, Celoron's Kevin Sturzenbecker and Scott Carter, Randolph's D.M. Bifaro and Gary Sickles and Carroll's Mike Mackey all had perfect scores during competition.
Tiffany Decker was the high lady with a 48, Tyler Chase was high junior with a 49 and Dalton Decker was high sub-junior with a 47. Dave Kingsley and Chuck Travis shared high vet marks with 48's, Sickles was the high senior vet with his 50 and Bob Schilling and Red France shared high super senior vet with 48's.
BUSTI (343): Charlie Brown 50, Dave Sena 49, Tyler Chase 49, Scott McKotch 49, Tim Young 49, Ray Nordin 49, Dick Starks 48
CELORON (342): Kevin Sturzenbecker 50, Scott Carter 50, Brian Whalen 49, Don Foster 49, Russ Wingard 49, Dave Kingsley 48, Dave Waterman 47
RANDOLPH (344): D.M. Bifaro 50, Gary Sickles 50, Bill Congdon 49, Ron Gunnell 49, Skip Frazier 49, Paul Hvizdizak 49, Marty Gawron 48
CARROLL (336): Mike Mackey 50, Chuck Copper 49, Marty Nelson 49, Chuck Travis 48, Paul Prentice 47, Adam Prentice 47, Jerry Linden 46
Peterson-Blick Funeral Home's Austin Sweeney turned two double plays during a 9-5 Boys Majors loss to P.G.E. on Friday. Chase Elmquist doubled for the winners while Owen Balas and Adam Irwin doubled in defeat.
Julia Lobdell, Gracie Wood and Celia Chase were all 2-for-2 in Loutzenhiser State Farm's 15-9 Girls Minors victory over Means Sales & Service. Chase and Wood homered and Julia Lobdell struck out eight batters in three innings to earn the win. Alexis Courtney doubled and had all three hits for Means.
Peterson-Blick 210 002 - 5 7
P.G.E. 400 50x - 9 10
2b-Chase Elmquist (PGE), Owen Balas (P-B), Adam Irwin (P-B). WP-Andy Egger.
Means Sales & Service 315 000 - 9 3
Loutzenhiser State Farm 502 26x - 15 9
2b-Alexis Courtney (M), Julia Lobdell (L), Gracie Wood (L), Celia Chase (L). HR-Chase (L), Wood (L). WP-Lobdell.