Jr. high football
Beaty's eighth-grade football team defeated Walnut Creek, 18-12, last Wednesday. Beaty scored first on a 21-yard run by Colbin Constable. Beaty next went up 12-0 on a 68-yard scamper by Solomon Gross. Walnut Creek scored in the third quarter, making it 12-6 and then recovered an onside kick. Beaty's defense held and went up 18-6 on another 73-yard run by Gross. Walnut Creek took the ensuing kickoff back for a TD in the fourth quarter, making it 18 - 12. The next onside kick was handled by Noah Becker, thanks to a fantastic block by Derick Nowacki. Walnut Creek had one last chance to score until Conner Guiffre intercepted a Walnut Creek pass.
Defensive standouts for Beaty were Nick DeSimone, Hayden Salapek, Gross, and Constable.
Times Observer photo by Jon Sitler
Keeping an eye on it
Kyle Fortman watches the ball roll during Warren County Special Olympics Bocce on Monday in the parking lot of Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic Church.
Beaty plays Meadville at 4 p.m. Wednesday at War Memorial Field.
Jr. high hoops
Eisenhower's seventh-graders got a steal and bucket from Haley Spicer to put away a 15-12 win over Kane on Monday at Eisenhower High School.
Spicer led Ike with seven points, followed by six from Mya Edwards and two from Savannah McKown.
Ike's eighth-graders fell, 45-17, to Kane. For Eisenhower, Kirsten Baran had six points, Joni Zortman six, Alecia Straight two, Savannah McKown two, and Payton Mineweaser one.
Youngsville's seventh-graders defeated Beaty, 23-13, on Monday at Youngsville Elementary Middle School. For Youngsville, Maddie Cratty had seven points, Autumn Hultberg six, Abby Carr five, and Paige Mineweaser five. For Beaty, Chelsea Wees five points, Jessie Sweigart four, Abby Bouchard three, and Haley Justice one point.
Youngsville's eighth-graders won, 28-21. For the Eagles Alison Ishman 14 points, Kathy Sveda five, Hultberg five, and Hannah Bulard four. For Beaty, Baylie Hoffman five points, Megan Wortman seven, Maddie Loutzenhiser two, Haley Tuller two and Nelson five.
The Union City at Youngsville junior varsity volleyball match will start at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Youngsville High School, not the customary 6 p.m.
Here are the results for Youngsville junior varsity cross country runners that competed at the Big Red Invitational Saturday in West Middlesex:
Boys: 14. Andy Lalwani 9:40, 54. Ben Stover 10:38, 64. Collin Alekson 10:51
Girls: 14. Denise Devore 12:09, 15. Samantha Tome 12:13
Jr. high cross
Here are the results for Youngsville junior high cross country runners that competed at the Big Red Invitational Saturday in West Middlesex:
Boys: 3. Tanner Burns 9:20, 29. Levi Hendrickson 10:23, 131. Michael Stover 12:27, 185. Bryce Lehnen
Girls: 6. Brook Messinger 10:35, 37. Leigh Fehlman 11:46, 90. Leah McCluskey 12:50, 91. Kayla Bubbenmoyer 12:53
Celoron won the three-way shootoff at the Chautauqua County Trap League's field day for the league championship. Celoron's score of 341 bested Busti (337) and Randolph (336).
Below are the field day results and the final league standings:
CELORON (341): Bob Faga and Dave Waterman, 50, Rob Becker, 49, Brian Ecelberger, Dave Kingsley, Russ Wingard and Kevin Sturzenbecker, 48.
BUSTI (337): Dick Starks and Charlie Brown, 49, Dave Sena, Don Levin, Bob Schilling and Dave Straight, 48, Tim Young, 47.
RANDOLPH (336): Bill Congdon and Kim Milford, 49, Andrew Hvizdzak, Dick Anderson and Marty Gawron, 48, D.J. Bifaro and Howard Arnold, 47.
Field Day Class Results
Class A: Bob Faga, 50, Dave Waterman, 50, Dick Starks, 49
Class B: Charlie Brown, 49, Jim Nowacki, 48, Paul Prentice, 48
Class C: Bill Gross, 48, Don Levin, 48, Bob Schilling, 48
Class D: Howard Arnold, 47, Sue Wilson, 45, Jerry Lewis, 44
Final League Results
Top 10 shooters: 1. Skip Frazier 96.89, 2. Gary Sickles 96.67, 3. Marty Gawron 96.63, 4. Bob Faga 96.33, 5. Scott Carter 96.12, 6. Tim Young 95.78, 7. Russ Wingard 95.76, 8. Kevin Sturzenbecker 95.53, 9. Shaun Russell 95.50, 10. Kim Milford 95.33
HIGH GUN: Skip Frazier 96.89; RUNNER-UP: Gary Sickles 96.67
HIGH LADY: Cindy Cable 91.56; RUNNER-UP: Jeanna Lindstrom 82.67
HIGH SS. VET: Al Staerr 94.86; RUNNER-UP: Bill Dallas 90.78
HIGH SR. VET: Russ Wingard 95.76; RUNNER UP: Dick Starks 94.71
HIGH VET: Dave Kingsley 94.88; RUNNER-UP: Jerry Willett 94.75
HIGH JUNIOR: Tyler Chase 91.53; RUNNER-UP: Dylan Hartman 86.67
HIGH SUB JR: Dalton Becker 91.25; RUNNER-UP: Ben Paddock 88.24
LONG RUN: Russ Wingard 172; RUNNER UP: Kirk Decker 164
Here is the slate of varsity action for county fall sports teams for Tuesday, September 11 through Friday, September 14:
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.
Boys Golf: Forest Area at Eisenhower, 1 p.m.
Boys Soccer: Warren at Mercyhurst Prep, 6:30 p.m.
Girls Soccer: Eisenhower at Fairview, 4 p.m.
Warren at Central Tech, 4:30 p.m.
Girls Tennis: Warren at Franklin, 4 p.m.
Boys Soccer: Forest Area at Eisenhower, 4 p.m.
Girls Tennis: Central Tech at Warren, 4 p.m.
Volleyball: Rocky Grove at Eisenhower, 6 p.m.
Kane at Sheffield, 6 p.m.
Conneaut at Warren, 6 p.m.
Union City at Youngsville, 6:30 p.m.
Football: Eisenhower at Iroquois, 7 p.m.
Sheffield at Brockway, 7 p.m.
Warren at Bradford, 7 p.m.
Cambridge Springs at Youngsville, 7 p.m.
The soccer photo on page B-2 of Monday's Times Observer was by Caryl Decker, not Carl Leichtenberger.