Over 30 softball
Here are the unofficial standings, this week's schedule and the home run leaders for the Over 30 Modified Softball League, playing Tuesdays at Betts Park:
Crescent Beer 11-0
Midtown Motors 8-1
Mangione Beverage 7-2
Accent Staffing 5-5
Blue Ribbon Rentals 3-7
American Legion 6-5
Kwik Fill 4-7
Meridien Hardwood 4-7
Club Buck 0-11
* Games reported to newspaper
Tuesday's schedule (July 31)
6 p.m.: Freddie's vs. Buckhorn, Betts Field; Bullpen vs. Mangione Beverage, Foley Field; Kwik Fill vs. American Legion, Brown Field
7:30 p.m.: Crescent Beer vs. Accent Staffing, Betts Field; Midtown Motors vs. Blue Ribbon Rentals, Foley Field
9 p.m.: Club Buck vs. Meridien Hardwood, Betts Field
Home run leaders (games must be reported): Tim Munksgard (Mangione) 4, Dan Farr (Crescent) 3, Mark Ordiway (Mangione) 3, Don Cummings (Crescent) 3, Jeff Young (Meridien) 2, Richie Zdarko (Kwik Fill) 2, Scott Chase (Mangione) 2, Nick Martinelli (Midtown) 2, Nick Bryan (Blue Ribbon) 2, Eric Rosequist (Crescent) 2, Dave Johnson (Blue Ribbon) 2, Dave Stuart (Blue Ribbon) 2, Bill Rook (Freddie's) 2, Tim Prelog (Legion) 2, Ryan Johnson (Midtown) 2, Kenny Frank (Mangione) 2, Neal Kent (Meridien) 2, R.J. Bowers (Bullpen) 2
Mark Thompson had low gross of 37 and Gail McChesney had low net of 27 in Senior Men's Golf League play Friday at Cable Hollow Golf Course. John Berdine, Art Cagle, Al Schumann and McChesney were the high point takers with eight, Harold Johnson had the most pars with six, Thompson and Ross Cali each had two birdies and Bob Orbanic, McChesney, Schumann, Bob Buerkle, Stan Crouse and Harold Johnson had one each.
Here are the team standings through Friday's round:
Eastern Division: Conn & Company 258.5, Mike's Townline 250.5, Team 5 250, United Refining 1 245, Shults Auto 243, WACOPSE 241, Jones Chevrolet 237, Warren Tire 235, CTI 234.5, Team 4 225.5
Western Division: Dave's Deer Hunters 266.5, Team 13 247.5, Kirkpatrick Pest Control 242.5, Sawmill Stumpies 241, United Refining 2 240, Cable Hollow Golf 235.5, Team 12 234, Community Resource 231, Brink's Charter & Tour 214.5, Team 17 195
Steve Gelotte had the nine-hole low gross of 38, and Glen Culbertson, Lou Rich and Denny Davis each had low net with 29, in the Blueberry Senior League on Monday.
Pat Hultquist and Andy Kegel were one stroke back of Gelotte with 39 each, and Lloyd Gray shot 40. Joe Wilks had a 30 net.
Tom White had two birdies, and Bill Wilson, Jerry Carr and Bob Buerkle one each on the round.
Team results: Blueberry Pro Shop 29 1/2, Ed Shults of Warren 26, Howe's True Value 25 1/2, WACOPSE 25, Voty Insurance 23 1/2, County National Bank 23, Jones Chevrolet 21, Alabaugh Radiators 20 1/2, Elks Lodge No. 223 19 1/2, American Legion 19, KCS Energy 17, RalphE's Pub 16 1/2, Moose Lodge 15, Morning Sun 14 1/2, Midtown Motors 11, Eagles Club 10 1/2
The 3rd Annual Cherry Grove Volunteer Fire Department Golf Scramble will be held on Saturday, Aug. 11, at Cable Hollow Golf Course with a 9 a.m. shotgun start.
For information, or to enter a team, call Mike Barr at 968-3265 or Zane Johnson at 688-5291.
Sign-ups are currently being held for girls going into grades 1-6 for the Warren Biddy Basketball League. The league will run from September to mid-November. Girls will be put on teams in grade brackets 1 & 2, 3 & 4, and 5 & 6. Practices will be two nights a week to start and one night a week after games start with games one to two nights a week. Teams will play against other Warren County teams. The cost is $25 per player, which helps to cover costs. Any additional proceeds benefit the Lady Dragons basketball program.
For information, or to sign-up, contact Lisa Ruhlman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Little Gridders Football Camp, through the Warren Gridiron Club, will continue from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday at Beaty Field for children entering grades 3-8. Those interested can still participate despite missing Monday through a partial rate, with registration at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. Players are asked to bring spikes and something to drink.
Johnny White and his knuckleball helped Warren Post 135 to two wins on Monday at the Junior Legion Western Regional Tournament in Punxsutawney.
After a 5-2 loss to West Hempfield on Sunday, the Northwest Pa. playoff champions defeated Farmington, 9-3, on Monday and defeated previously 24-1 Murraysville, 4-3, later in the day.
White pitched three innings and was the winning pitcher the first game. Post 135 scored six runs in the second inning to break the game open. Casey Vincent was 2-for-4 with two RBI and White added two hits in the victory for Post 135 (16-3). Ryan Gustafson's two-run double keyed the big inning in the 9-3 win.
White threw six-plus innings later in the day, holding off Murraysville for his second win. Vincent pitched the seventh for the save, and Kyle Hunt played well defensively in both the outfield and at shortstop in the final inning.
Derek Reagle had two hits for Warren. Vincent had an RBI hit in the third inning, and Mark Reiff, White and D.J. Fehlman had RBI's in a three-run fourth.
Four teams remain alive in the eight-team regional tournament. The top three teams will advance to the state tournament in Shillington later this month.
Warren plays again on Tuesday against the loser of A.W. Jack of Indiana and Punxsutawney I.
PIAA rules meeting
A mandatory PIAA high school football officials rules interpretation meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in room C-118 at Sheffield High School. The meeting is mandatory for current officials and anyone interested in becoming a PIAA official is urged to attend.