Here is the slate of action for county varsity fall sports teams for Friday, September 7 through Tuesday, September 11:
Football: Eisenhower at Northwestern, 7 p.m.
Clarion-Limestone at Warren, 7 p.m.
Iroquois at Youngsville, 7 p.m.
Volleyball: Jamestown Bethel at WCCS, 4:30 p.m.
Boys Golf: Eisenhower at Rocky Grove, 11:30 a.m.
Cross Country: Youngsville at Big Red Invitational, 9 a.m.
Football: Elk County Catholic at Sheffield, 1:30 p.m.
Volleyball: Youngsville at Franklin Tournament, 9 a.m.
Boys Soccer: Harbor Creek at Warren, 11 a.m.
Titusville at Eisenhower, 11 a.m.
Girls Soccer: Warren at Harbor Creek, 1:30 p.m.
Girls Soccer: Seneca at Eisenhower, 4 p.m.
Cross Country: North East/Warren at Eisenhower, 4p.m.
Youngsville at Corry, 4:30 p.m.
Girls Tennis: McDowell at Warren, 4 p.m.
Volleyball: Maplewood at Eisenhower, 6 p.m.
Saint Marys at Sheffield, 6 p.m.
Meadville at Warren, 6 p.m.
Cochranton at Youngsville, 6 p.m.
East Forest ar TCCS, 6 p.m.
WCCS at Erie First Christian, 4:30 p.m.
Boys Golf: Warren at Oil City, 10 a.m.
Sharon Birtcil and Rose Colucci shared low gross of 46 and Sue Irvin had low net of 32 in Tuesday Ladies Golf League play at Blueberry Hill Golf Club. Here are the flight-by-flight results from the round:
First Flight: Low gross- Sharon Birtcil 46, Rose Colucci 46, Deb Niederitter 48; Low net- Diedra Swanson 34, Rose Colucci 36
Second Flight: Low gross- Lee Spangler 61, Darcy Marek 62; Low net- Lee Spangler 45, Darcy Marek 47
Third Flight: Low gross- Debbie Borst 58, Tracie Gray 62; Low net- Debbie Borst 40, Tracie Gray 42
Fourth Flight: Low gross- Becky Carlson 56, Vicki Williams 58; Low net- Becky Carlson 35, Vicki Williams 37
Fifth Flight: Low gross- Sue Irvin 59, Karen Bednar 63; Low net- Sue Irvin 32, Karen Bednar 38
The team of Ray Adams, Paul McCluskey, Bob Tordella and Dick Slagle won the championship match of the Youngsville Senior Golf League Tuesday at Maplehurst Country Club. The low gross score of the day was a 34 recorded by Pete Hofert.
Dick Cole and Dave Onoratti shared low gross of 34 in Men's Day Golf League play Thursday at Conewango Valley Country Club. Here are the flight-by-flight results from the round:
First Flight: Low gross- Dick Cole 34, Dave Onoratti 34, Don Dubia 36, Tony Pellegrino Sr. 36; Event (front 9, most of a kind)- Rick Sotir 5, Doug Swanson 4, Dick Kimball 4
Second Flight: Low gross- Gary Baldensperger 38, Bart Jensen 41 Paul Ignatius 41, Steve Puleo 41, Ange Cusimano 41; Event- Martin Smith 6, Bob Gray 4, Mike Barber 4, John Loranger 4, Jim Pierce 4
Third Flight: Low gross- John Bevevino 40, Bill Bunk 41; Event- Jasen Diley 4, Phil Cammarata 4, Jim Spangler 4, Vance Lauffenburger 4, Bill Turner 4, Shawn Baldensperger 4, Andy Benson 3, Bob McGinn 3
The Chautauqua County Trap League will hold its field day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Celoron Rod & Gun Club. A shoot-off for the league championship between Busti, Randolph and Celoron will be held in conjunction with this event. As all three teams finished with identical records during both the first and second halves of the season, one shoot-off will be held to determine the overall league champion.
Jr. high hoops
Beaty swept Eisenhower in a pair of junior high girls basketball contests Wednesday at Beaty-Warren Middle School. The Lady Dragons won the seventh-grade contest, 26-20, and the eighth-grade contest, 31-9.
In the seventh-grade win, Chelsea Wees led the winners with eight points, Abby Bouchard added six markers, Taylor Lucks finished with four and Morgan Lupole, Logan Hammond, Lily Morse and Jessie Sweigart two points each. Eisenhower was led by Maya Edwards and Savannah McKown with six points each. Miranda Garris and Peyton Mineweaser chipped in four points each in the loss.
Beaty's eighth-grade win was led by the 10 points of Rachel Wilson. Maddie Loutzenhiser finished with nine points, Rachel Cecco and Megan Wortman scored four points each and Hayley Tuller and Lindsay Goldthwaite scored two points each. Kiersten Baran led Ike with three points while Mineweaser, Tiffany Work and Joni Zortman added two points each.
Both teams return to action Saturday. Beaty visits Titusville while Eisenhower hosts Tidioute Charter.
Warren's home football opener with Clarion-Limestone is scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday at War Memorial Field. Gates will at 6 p.m. and ticket prices remain the same for the 2012 season - $4 for adults and $2 for students and seniors. Tickets will only be sold at the front gate.
In addition, parking behind War Memorial field in the Crossett parking lot will be restricted to buses, players, coaches and school personnel.
Out of area
The Mercyhurst Prep girls soccer team has been suspended from postseason competition in 2012 due its participation in an illegal scrimmage against Montour on August 16. PIAA soccer teams were not permitted to scrimmage other schools or participate in interschool practices until August 18.
Mercyhurst Prep reported the violation to District 10 and issued several self-imposed sanctions, according to the Times-News in Erie. The school suspended girls soccer coach Pedro Argaez for one month beginning on August 26 and placed him on a two-year "zero tolerance" probation.
The District 10 committee was not satisfied with Mercyhurst Prep's self-imposed sanctions and chose to ban the team from postseason competition in 2012. District 7 placed Montour on a one-year probation. Mercyhurst Prep received harsher treatment because the incident was the Lakers' second violation during a one-year probation period that began on May 2. It was also the second incident in the past year that involved Argaez.
The Lakers also were forced to forfeit their 2012 District 10 Class A baseball championship on May 29 - one day after beating West Middlesex for the title. The team violated PIAA rules by using former players in practice during the district playoffs.
Friday night's Region 2 football contest between Union City and Mercyhurst Prep will not be held. Due to Union City's small roster and a rash of injuries, the Bears (0-2, 0-1 Region 2) will forfeit the game to the Lakers (1-1, 1-0 Region 2). Union City hopes to be able to play its week 3 game against Maplewood.