The Warren County YMCA 10K and 5K run and 5K fun walk will be held Saturday and use the following city streets: Lexington Avenue, Pennsylvania Avenue, Conewango Avenue, Third Avenue, Water Street and the Bike Path in North Warren. Motorists using these streets and intersections should use extreme caution between 9 and 11 a.m.
Times Observer photo by Jonathan McAfoos
Josh Spisak prepares to fire a shot on goal on Friday after evading a defender during the YMCA Youth Soccer Camp held all this week at War Memorial Field. Players from ages four to 13 learned offense, defense, passing and ball control, along with game play, from Warren Area High School head boys soccer coach and Y instructor Tom Harrington and former players.
The Kinzua U14 boys travel soccer team defeated Grove City, 4-3, on Sunday. Alex Johnson and Noah VanHouten scored two goals each for Kinzua and Josh Eernisse had two assists in the win. Time in goal for Kinzua was shared between Clark Eason, Logan Eadie, Eernisse and VanHouten.
Matt Campbell was credited with a strong defensive game and the team also included members Mitchell Augenstein, Tristan Boger, Justin Conarro, Austin Constable, Dominick Giannini, Chris Johnson, Chris Lindell, Derek Lipinski, Mason Mohney and Michael Thomas.
Jon Meyer and Conner Clendenen were the court one champions, Jordan Baughman and Ryan Mangini were the court two champions and Nick Tarpenning and Mary Lou Sherwood were the court three champions during the second week of the Thursday Night Doubles Tennis program at Betts Park.
Jill Dart had low gross of 45 and Sue Ferranto, Sue Sumner and Judy Larson shared low net of 30 in Thursday Morning Womens Golf League play at Cable Hollow Golf Club. Here are the flight-by-flight results from the round:
First Flight: Low gross- Jill Dart 45, Donna Holmes 49, Diana Peck 49, Mary Lou Scully 49, Shirley Pearson 59; Low net- Sue Ferranto 30, Mark Mackey 32; Tournament- Sue Ferranto 31, Jill Dart 31
Second Flight: Low gross- Carol Sorg 49, Shirley Olson 51, Grace Backstrom 55, Sally Saff 55; Low net- Sue Sumner 30, Judy Larson 30, Annie Selan 32, Bev Cox 37; Tournament- Carol Sorg 31
Third Flight: Low gross- Jeanette Carlson 53, Geri Swanson 60, Lucy Cook 60, De Martin 61; Low net- Diane Sheesley 31, Jackie Darling 31, JoAnn Anderson 33, Sue Lamb 37; Tournament- Jeanette Carlson 36, Geri Swanson 36, Diane Sheesley 36
Fourth Flight: Low gross- Priscilla Spencer 59, Georgie Campbell 64, Carolyn John 70; Low net- Angie Pellegrino 32, Gerry Caruso 32, Dorothy Curtis 34, Fran Bauer 36; Tournament- Dorothy Curtis 31
The team of John Carlson and Pat Carlson and Vance Lauffenburger and Michelle Lauffenburger won a Couples Tournament held Friday at Conewango Valley Country Club with score of 80.7.
The team of Paul Ignatius and My Ignatius and Jim Spangler and Susie Spangler was second with 81.5 points and the team of Jim Senger and Betsy Senger and Bob McGinn and Judy McGinn was third with 81.7 points.
Youngsville Post 658 defeated Tidioute, 17-2, on Friday in improve to 2-0 in the Warren County Senior American Legion Baseball League. Tidioute is 0-4. No other details were provided.
Post 658 hosts Blair at 6 p.m. Monday at Davis Street Field.
Busti bested Carroll, 341-33 and Celoron outgunned Randolph, 341-340, in Chautauqua County Trap League competition on Thursday. Busti's Ray Nordin, Celoron's Scott Carter and Randolph's D.M. Bifaro all had perfect scores of 50 during competition.
Cindy Cable was high lady with her score of 49; Tyler Chase, Dylan Hartman and Derek Rumsey all shared high junior marks with scores of 43, and; Jordan Milks and Dalton Becker shared high sub-junior marks with 47's.
George Powley was the high vet with a 48; Fred Callahan, Russ Wingard, Hod Edgreen and Gary Sickles were all high senior vets with scores of 48, and; Red France was high super senior vet with a score of 49.
Here are the complete results from Thursday's round:
BUSTI (341): Ray Nordin 50, Dave Weber 49, Steve Paddock 49, John Pearson 49, Dave Jett 48, Charlie Brown 48, Hod Edgreen 48
CARROLL (333): Marty Nelson 49, Paul Prentice 48, Fred Callahan 48, John Foster 48, Jordyn Milks 47, Guy Baughman 46, Ed McCullough 46
CELORON (341): Scott Carter 50, Kevin Sturzenbecker 49, Don Foster 49, Cindy Cable 49, Dave Waterman 48, George Powley 48, Russ Wingard 48
RANDOLPH (340): D.M. Bifaro 50, Kim Milford 49, Red France 49, Bill Congdon 48, Jim Congdon 48, Cal Benson 48, Marty Gawron 48