Here are the standings and Wednesday's schedule for the Richard T. Betts Rec Modified Softball League at Betts Park:
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Warren’s Kinzua Sluggers U10 travel baseball team placed second at the Saegertown Invitational this past weekend. The Sluggers defeated the Erie Outlaws (5-2), Saegertown (37-2) and Cambridge Springs (14-1) before falling to Harbor Creek (9-5) in pool play and in the finals (7-2). Over Memorial Day weekend, the Sluggers placed third at the annual Harbor Creek Tournament, defeating a pair of U11 teams before losing to eventual champion Harbor Creek. Team members include, front row, from left, Hunter Loomis, Micah Passmore, Ben Salapek, Ben Berdine and Ryan Rafalski and, back row, Tony Batiste, Max Conklin, Jacob DeSimone, Alex Borger and Tyler Gustafson.
The Bucket 6-1
Cougar Bob's 3-3
Crescent Beer 2-2
Ryan Fralick Chiropractic 1-3
Wing City 1-5
Schedule (Wednesday, June 12)
6 p.m.: Betts vs. Wing City, Betts Field; The Bucket vs. Fralick Chiropractic, Foley Field; Cougar Bob's vs. Nic-L-Inn, Brown Field
7:30 p.m.: Nic-L-Inn vs. Betts, Betts Field; Crescent Beer vs. Larry's Cantina, Foley Field
Out of area
Warren Area High School and Penn State Behrend graduate Lindsay Baughman is currently in her third season as an assistant coach for the Fort LeBoeuf Bison out of District 10. On Tuesday, Fort LeBoeuf advanced to the PIAA Class AAA Championship game with a 4-1 victory over Ambridge at Penn State Behrend. LeBoeuf (20-4) will face Valley View at 5:30 p.m., Friday, at Penn State University.
Baughman played for the Lady Dragons in Warren from 2002 to 2005 and was a shortstop under former coach Jerry Stuart and current Warren coach Mark Bupp. She was recruited by Penn State Behrend coach Stacy Pondo and played four years for the Lady Lions as the team's starting catcher.
In 2006, Baughman was named the team's most improved player, helping the Lady Lions to Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference championships in 2006, 2008 and 2009. She still holds the school record for putouts with 778.
Currently, she works with the Bison as a pitching and catching coach.