Little League workbee
Due to damage from high winds at the Farm Colony Complex, the Warren County Youth Baseball Softball Association is asking the public to assist at a Little League Workbee there beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday for cleanup and repairs to allow Citro Field and Hawbaker Field to be playable. Weidert and Farm Colony A will need more extensive repairs and likely will not be available to play on the remainder of the 2013 season.
Projects will include removal of downed trees, debris and the repair of fences. Hammers, screw guns, crowbars, etc. are needed.
Times Observer photo by Jonathan McAfoos
Alex Johnson attempts to change direction before having his flag pulled by a Gold team defender during Eisenhower’s Blue-Gold spring high school football scrimmage on Friday night at Eisenhower High School.
Little League all-star tryouts have been scheduled for the following divisions (schedule also at wcybsa.org):
Boys Minors (9-10): 2 p.m. Sunday, June 2, at Betts-Jackson Field;
Boys Majors (11-12): 10 a.m. Saturday, June 1, at Betts-Jackson Field;
Girls Minors (9-10): 2 p.m. Sunday, June 9 at Hawbaker Field (tentative);
Girls Majors (11-12): 5 p.m. Monday, June 3, at Farm Colony B (tentative).
Casey Moyer had the low gross of 34, and Randy Mineweaser the low net of 30, on Tuesday in the Jackson Valley Tuesday Night Golf League.
Gross: Casey Moyer 34, Tom Moyer 36, Tim Watkins 36, Randy Mineweaser 36
Net: Randy Mineweaser 30, Tom Moyer 31, John Fisk 31, Casey Moyer 31
Team standings: 1. Park Ave. 165, 2. Edward Oil 160.75, 3. Elks Lodge No. 223 158.75, 4. Olie's Sport 155, 5. Rowe Construction 153.5, 6. Huey's Place 150, 7. A&B Heating 149.75, 8. Snuffy's 147, 9. PALO 144.25, 10. Wagner's Golf 143, 11. Nesmith Insurance 141, 12. Ameriprise Financial 138.5, 13. WMG Urology 138, 14. TEAM 24 137, 15. American Legion 136.75, 16. Shaw House 135.75, 17. Warren Bus Lines 132.5, 18. Midtown Motors 132, 19. Dickey's Duffers 131, 20. ERA Team VP Real Estate 130.5, 21. Garrison/Simonsen Insurance 128.5, 22. KCS Energy 124.5, 23. Freedom Investment 124, 24. Richardson Landscaping 119, 25. Moose Lodge No. 109 116.5, 26. Superior Tire 111, 27. Warren Auto Supply 99.5, 28. Lewis Funeral Home 84.75
The team of Myron Turfitt, Kirsten Turfitt, Tim Shield and Cyndi Shield finished first at 66 points in Friday's Conewango Valley Country Club Couples League "Tennessee Waltz" event. John Dale, Judy Dale, Ron Leofsky and Deb Leofsky were second at 67, and Dick Cole, Onda Cole, Bart Jensen and Tammy Jensen third at 70.
Joe Bellitto had the low gross of 36 on Thursday at CVCC Men's Day.
Flight 1: Joe Bellitto 36, Jerry Bancroft 37
Flight 2: Bill Andrews 40, Paul Ignatius 42
Flight 3: Greg Noon 41, Bill Turner 41, Bill Schuver 41, Mark Schoenborn 42, Bill Bunk 42, Alec Conarro 42
Flight 4: Chip Lucia 43, Randy Scalise 44
Flight 5: Bill Jones 46, Rick Seager 47
Randolph and Celoron had to go to the 15th shooter to break their tie on Thursday evening, 728-727. The other match had Busti beating Carroll, 342-331. Busti's Matt Sherman shot his first 25 and 50 straight and was also the high sub junior for the evening. Others shooting 50 were Busti's Tiffany Decker for high lady. Randolph's Tom Boire for high vet. Celoron's Brian Ecelberger and Kevin Nicklas. High junior was Derek Rumsey with 49. High senior vet was Red Clark with 49. High super senior vet was Howard Arnold with 49.
RANDOLPH (728) Tom Boire, 50, Derek Rumsey, Red Clark, Howard Arnold, Cal Benson, Dale Speta and D.M. Bifaro, 49, Bill Congdon, Steve Crudele, D.J. Bifaro, Chuck Westfall, Red France, Gary Sickles, Marty Gawron and Skip Frazier, 48.
CELORON (727) Brian Ecelberger and Kevin Nicklas,50, Kevin Sturzenbecker, Shane Linstrom, Bob Faga and Scott Carter, 49, Dave Kingsley, Rich Foster, Cindy Cable, Jerry Willett, George Powley, Russ Wingard, Stephanie Tutmaher and Tom Tutmaher, 48, Vern Brown, 47.
BUSTI (342) Matt Sherman and Tiffany Decker, 50, Kirk Decker and Tage Grant, 49, Dave Straight, John Young and Jake Lindell, 48.
CARROLL (331) Charlie Abramo and Ray Lee, 49, Chuck Travis, 48, Jim Nowacki, 47, Dennis Corey, Paul Prentice and Jerry Linden, 46.