The team of George Adams and Bob Follett were the top team with a score of 133 in the Conewango Valley Country Club's Weakest Link event on Friday.
Times Observer photo by Jonathan McAfoos
Tammy Bimber (left) and Mary Gustafson elect to cross the finish line together during Saturday’s YMCA 10k race that ended at War Memorial Field. Results for the YMCA 10K and YMCA 5K races will be published this week in the Times Observer.
Mark Thompson had the nine-hole low gross of 37, and Denny Davis the low net of 22, on Friday in the Cable Hollow Senior Men's Golf League. Davis had the most points with 9.5. Bob Buerkle and Doug Spoto had six para each, and Thompson, Ralph Gallo and Ross Cali had two birdies each.
Eastern Division: 1. United Refining I 133.5, 2. Conn & Company 131, 3. Warren Tire Center 126.5, 4. Mike's Townline 125, 5. Team 5 121.5, 6. Shults Auto 121, 7. CTI Physical Therapy 120.5, 8. Team 4 115, 9. WACOPSE 113, 10. Jones Chevrolet 113
Western Division: 1. Kirkpatrick Pest Control 137, 2. Team 13 136.5, 3. Dave's Deer Hunters 126, 4. Community Resource 120.5, 5. United Refining II 116.5, 6. Cable Hollow Golf 111, 7. Sawmill Stumpies 109, 8. Team 12 106.5, 9. Brink's Charter 105.5, 10. Team 17 91.6
Opening Day, Fireworks, and Cleveland Indians First-Round Pick Tyler Naquin on the roster for the Scrappers
The Jamestown Jammers kick off their season at 7:05 p.m. Monday at Russell Diethrick Jr. Park. There will be a postgame fireworks show sponsored by Superior Bat Company.
Joining the Jammers this season are some of the top picks from the Marlins out of the SEC with shortstops Austin Nola and Anthony Gomez, and college arms Drew Steckenrider, a right-hander from Tennessee, Ryan Newell, a righty from Shorter College, Ga., and Nick Witgren, also right-handed, from Purdue. Also on the Jammers are some returning players from last season's team, including Pedro Mendoza, Helpi Reyes, Viosergy Rosa, and Kentrell Dewitt.
The Jammers host the Mahoning Valley Scrappers, the Single-A Short Season affiliate of the Cleveland Indians. Joining the Scrappers is first-round draft pick Tyler Naquin from Texas A & M.
Warren Post 135 scored three runs in the bottom of sixth inning in a 4-3 Junior American Legion Baseball League win over Erie East on Saturday.
Casey Vincent started the sixth off with a single and was doubled in by Kule Hunt; Hunt's second double of the game. Derek Reagle then tied the game with an BI single and scored on Collin DeLattre's go-ahead single.
Vincent threw 5 2/3 scoreless innings in relief, striking out 15 with just two walks. Vincent has 46 strikeouts over his last 20 innings pitched for 8-1 Post 135.
Vincent, Hunt and Reagle had two hits each.
Erie East 300 000 0 - 3 3
Post 135 000 103 x - 4 7
2b-Kyle Hunt (P) 2, Casey Vincent (P). WP-Vincent. LP-Wolbert.
Logan Brown knocked in Levi Hendrickson to win an 18-17 thriller on Saturday in the second game of a Junior American Legion Baseball League doubleheader split with Corry White. Hendrickson toughed out the complete-game win and added three hits, along with three hits from Brown.
Corry White 100 200 2 - 5 4
Youngsville Post 658 003 000 0 - 3 4
3b-Aaron Hoover (Y). WP-Connelly. LP-Hoover.
Corry White 005 243 3 - 17 15
Youngsville Post 658 805 111 2 - 18 15
3b-Drayer (C). WP-Levi Hendrickson. LP-Utegg.
Registration for Barnyard Classic must be postponed by Tuesday, June 20. Those wishing to register may go to barnyardclassic.com