YMCA girls hoops
Here are the YMCA girls youth basketball standouts for the week of Dec. 1, as reported by the YMCA:
1st & 2nd grade:
Team 1 (Maroon): Offensive - Carmen Moore, Defensive - Mackenzie Greene
Team 2 (Black): Offensive - Ashlee Peterson, Defensive - Madalynn Perry
3rd & 4th grade:
Team 1 (Maroon): Offensive - Olivia English, Defensive - Abbey Frederick
Team 2 (Blue): Offensive - Natalia McManigle, Defensive - Alyssa Anderson
Team 3 (Green): Offensive - Sara Satcho, Defensive - Sara Nolan
Team 4 (Black): Offensive - Katie Madigan, Defensive - Abigail Wilson
5th & 6th grade:
Team 1 (Maroon): Offensive - Lydia Giannini, Defensive - Grace Wortman
Team 2 (Blue): Offensive - Corinn Gern, Defensive - McKenna Phelps
Team 3 (Green): Offensive - Emmanuelle Satcho, Defensive - Hannah Cornell
Team 4 (Black): Offensive - Caroline Hishman, Defensive - Sawyer Mohney
Radio control racing
Here are the results of radio control race results on Wednesday at Riverside Raceway in Warren:
SLASH STOCK OVAL: 1. Charlie Morris, 60 Laps , 2. Clark Thomas, 58 Laps , 3. Jamie McMillen, 56 Laps , 4. Lou Dussia, 55 Laps , 5. Josh Ingersoll, 40 Laps , 6. Ron Thomas, 52 Laps , 7. Kegan Mack, 43 Laps , 8. Keisha Mack, 37 Laps , 9. Savannah Ingersoll, 36 Laps , 10. Mark McMillen, 32 Laps
NOSTALGIA SPEC BRUSHED OVAL: 1. Tim DiPenti, 86 Laps , 2. Mark Johnson, 82 Laps , 3. Josh Ingersoll, 82 Laps , 4. Lou Dussia, 81 Laps , 5. Clark Thomas, 77 Laps , 6. Jilly Johnson, 78 Laps , 7. Bill Stitzinger, 73 Laps , 8. Savannah Ingersoll, 60 Laps , 9. Zeke Olson, 50 Laps
LATE MODEL BRUSHLESS OVAL: 1. Tim DiPenti, 90 Laps , 2. Tim Hoffman, 86 Laps , 3. Tyler Hoffman, 85 Laps , 4. Josh Ingersoll, 67 Laps
17.5 OPEN STOCK: 1. Kevin Allen, 94 Laps , 2. Tim DiPenti, 93 Laps , 3. Garrett Allen, 93 Laps
Jr. high hoops
The Beaty eighth-grade boys basketball team started its season with a 39-30 win over Floyd C. Fretz Middle School (Bradford) on Friday. The Dragons started slowly and were down by as many as nine late in the second quarter. But a strong final two minutes of the first half put them right back in the game.
In the second half, it was all Dragons.
The Dragons were led by Noah Becker with a strong inside game, scoring 13 points with nine rebounds. He was helped out by Braidy Blair, who scored 12 from the perimeter. Reed Swanson and James Sturdevant hit key free throws in the final minutes to help keep the Dragons ahead.
Tristan Davis ended with four points, and Tyler Gillotti added two as well for Beaty (1-0).