Roy Swanson had the nine-hole low gross of 36, and Rick Curren the low net of 28, on Thursday in the Warren County Industrial Golf League at Blueberry Hill Golf Club.
Team standings (total points/last event): 1. Jones Chevrolet 364.5/25.5, 2. Sheffield Timber Service 358/36, 3. AC/MD's 344/33.5, 4. United Refining 340.5/34, 5. Action Supply 338.5/26.5, 6. RalphE's 338/24, 7. Voty Insurance 337.5/33.5, 8. Horseshoe Inn 324/37.5, 9. VFW Post 314 318.5/25, 10. Struthers 315.5/26, 11. Waste Treatment 307/27, 12. Northwest Savings 304/20, 13. Crossett 293/34.5, 14. Barr, Inc. 289/18.5, 15. Montagna's Furniture 261/31
Times Observer photo by Jonathan McAfoos
Tristan Davis pitches the football to Solomon Gross during the Beaty Warren Middle School Conditioning Camp on Wednesday at Beaty Field. In foreground is Alex Nielson. Official PIAA team practices begin on Monday.
Times Observer photos by Jonathan McAfoos
Fast and furious
Above, Mike Herbert hands his dog off to a friend after finishing the running leg of the Biathlon Wednesday at the USCA National Canoe and Kayak Championships at Betts Park. Herbert would finish the competition in first place. Below, Aaron Berghash paddles furiously during the canoeing portion of the Biathlon. On Thursday, beginning at 10:30 a.m., Youth Sprints will be held at Chapman State Park.
Dan Benson had the nine-hole low gross of 33 on Tuesday in the 2-Man League at Cable Hollow Golf Course. Lucian DiNapoli and Mike Fisher lead the league with 177.5 points, Gregg Kolstee and Roger VanEvery II are second at 173.5 points, and Justin Kell and Gary Page third at 171.
The team of Dave Wees and John Albaugh had the nine-hole low net of 31 in the Fitch Disposal Scramble League at Cable Hollow.
Darrell Pusateri and Sam Pusateri lead the league with 98 points, followed by Rick Thomas and Terry Nelson with 95.5 and Ryan Stanton and Denny Munksgard with 93.
Tryouts for the Warren Area High School volleyball team will begin from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Monday at the WAHS gym. Players are asked to bring completed and signed physical forms, and HIPPA and SCA Acknowledgment forms. For information, contact Mike Dolan at 688-4769.
Participation fees for athletes at Beaty and Warren Area High School in the Warren attendance area for the 2012-13 sports year will be $50 and $75, respectively.
The school district implemented a $50 fee for all high school students and a $25 fee for middle school students starting in the 2011-12 school year. Due to a slashing of athletics funds to the Warren attendance area budget for the 2012-13 school year, and additional $25 fee has been implemented by the Warren Athletic Fund. The money raised by the additional $25 will be used to offset the shortage.
Warren Area High School students are to make out a check for $50 to the Warren County School District and an additional $25 check to Warren Area High School.
Beaty Warren Middle School students are asked to make out a check for $25 to the Warren County School District and an addition $25 check to Beaty Warren Middle School.
Students may make these payments from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the schools.
Over 30 softball
Mangione Beverage scored four runs in the fifth and sixth innings on Tuesday to defeat Ed Shults, 5-3, in the Over 30 Modified Softball League at Betts Park.
Ed Baldensperger tossed a four-hitter for Mangione, and Jake Tkach was 3-for-3, missing the cycle by only a home run, in the win. Tkach also had several key defensive plays at shortstop for Mangione. Mark Ordiway ripped a triple and scored in the fifth, and Tkach's triple came in the sixth followed by a double by Randy Chase.
Mangione 000 122 0 - 5 6
Ed Shults 101 001 0 - 3 4
2b-Jake Tkach (M), Randy Chase (M), Rew Eggleston (E), Nick Martinelli (E). 3b-Tkach (M), Mark Ordiway (M). WP-Ed Baldensperger. LP-Dan Zamborik.