Here is the varsity slate of action for county spring sports teams and athletes for Saturday, May 25 and Monday, May 27:
Photos submitted to Times Observer
Second place at Gus Macker
The Dragons 1 and Dragons 2 teams of, from left, at right, Teagan Paris, Kamryn Weissinger, Kelsey Stuart and Riley Childress (girls 9-10 age group) and, above, Taylor Childress, Shelby Kuzminski, Kadee Merenick, and Lilly Nebinski (girls 11-12 age group) each finished second in their respective divisions at the 2013 Gus Macker 3-on-3 basketball tournament, held last weekend at Betts Park in Warren.
Track & Field: PIAA Track & Field Championships, Shippensburg University (Austin Jerman, Warren, Class AAA boys javelin; Jen Isenberg, Sheffield, Class AA girls javelin; Dylan Reynolds, Sheffield, Class AA boys long jump)
Baseball: Eisenhower vs. Cochranton, District 10 Class A Championship, at Slippery Rock University, 11 a.m.
Warren vs. Slippery Rock, District 10 Class AAA Championship, at Slippery Rock University, 1:30 p.m.
Softball: Warren vs. Corry-Fort LeBoeuf winner, District 10 Class AAA Championship, at Penn State Behrend, 2 p.m.
Mark Thompson, Tim Watkins and Marty Ruhlman shared low gross of 35 and Rick Madril, Phil Holcomb and Kevin Bailey shared low net of 30 in Tuesday Night Golf League play at Jackson Valley Golf Club. Here are the team standings through Tuesday's round:
Team standings: Edward Oil 137.75, Elks Lodge #223 137.75, Park Avenue 137.5, Olie's Sport 132.75, A&B Heating 129.75, Rowe Construction 128.5, Snuffy's 127, Wagner's Golf 126.5, Huey's Place 125, Ameriprise Financial 123.5, American Legion 122.25, PALO 121.75, Nesmith Insurance 117.5, Shaw House 116.75, Dickey's Duffers 116, WMG Urology 115.5, Team 24 113.5, ERA Team VP Real Estate 113.5, Midtown Motors 112, Freedom Investment 109, Garrison-Simonsen Insurance 108.5, Warren Bus Lines 105, Moose Lodge #109 104, Richardson Landscaping 102.5, Superior Tire 101, KCS Energy 99, Warren Auto Supply 85, Lewis Funeral Home 81.75
Anthony Pellegrino Jr. had low gross of 35 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- Anthony Pellegrino Jr. 35, Jerry Bancroft 36
Second Flight: Low gross- Bob Gray 39, Jim Pullan 39, Vince Messina 40
Third Flight: Low gross- Al Conarro 41, Andy Benson 42
Fourth Flight: Low gross- Chris McKinley 42, Chip Lucia 44, Jim Phillips 44, Larry Loughlin 44
Fifth Flight: Low gross- Art Stewart 46, Bob Walker 49
Ryan Nuhfer and Ralph Clark fired a 2-under 34 to lead this week's Kim's Kafe Scratch League at Blueberry Hill Golf Course. Five teams tied for second at 35, including: Roy Swanson and Lee Cole; Gary McCollough and John McHenry; Ken Sumner and Tim Swanson; Sam Marek and Rick Nowacki, and; Joe Nelson and Charlie Irvin.
Scott Saber had an eagle on the 1th hole and Marek on the 18th.
Sonia Probst and Patti Swanson had the low gross scores of 46 on Wednesday in the Cable Hollow Wednesday Evening Ladies League.
Scores under 56: Sonia Probst 46, Patti Swanson 46, Judy Larson 48, Sue Ferranto 50, Sue Melquist 50, Sally Moldovan 51, Lori Lassen 52, Nancy Shattuck 54, Melinda King 54, Grace Backstrom 55, Josie Palermo 55, Bonnie Thorpe 55, Judy Greybar 55.
Early division leaders: Peggy Nason and Melinda King, 43.5 points
Late division leaders: Sonia Probst and Rosie Bortz, 46 points
Birdies: Shirley Olson, Josie Palermo, Sue Melquist
Most pars: Judy Larson, Sonia Probst, Sue Melquist, 2 each
Randolph's high score for the night downed Carroll, 346-337, and Celoron beat Busti, 338-333 this week. Randolph's Red Clark, Howard Arnold and Gary Sickles and Carroll's Jim Nowacki shot 50s this week. Carroll's Alex Kyler shot his first 25 straight. High ladies were Rose Corbran and Tiffany Decker with 47. High junior was Tyler Chase with 48. High sub junior was Dalton Becker with 49. High vets were Tom Boire and Ray Lee with 49. High senior vet was Clark with his 50. High super senior vets were Arnold and Sickles with their 50s.
RANDOLPH (346) Red Clark, Howard Arnold and Gary Sickles, 50, Jim Congdon, D.J. Bifaro, Cal Benson and Tom Boire, 49.
CARROLL (337) Jim Nowacki, 50, Ray Lee and Chuck Travis, 49, Paul Prentice and Tom Sleeman, 48, Alex Kyler, 47 and Ed McCullough, 46.
CELORON (338) Danny Ficarra, Dalton Becker and Kevin Sturzenbecker, 49, Brian Ecelberger, Bob Faga and Scott Carter, 48, Dave Sanctary, 47.
BUSTI (333) Kirk Decker, 49, Tyler Chase and Ray Nordin, 48, Hod Edgreen, Jim Stearns, Tim Young and Charlie Brown, 47.