Mike Dolecki and Fuzzy Merenick each shot a 73 to claim the low gross in the Junior Senior Division and Super Senior Division, respectively, in Sunday's Warren County Senior Open at Blueberry Golf Club. Denny Nosel and Bruce Burton each netted 65 in the Junior Senior Division and Tom Dalton had the Super Senior Division's low net with 69.
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The Kinzua Sluggers won the King Of The Hill 11U Baseball Tournament this past weekend in East Butler. The Sluggers went 4-1 on the weekend, outscoring opponents 60-15, and batting .431 as a team. They avenged their earlier loss to Saxonburg (4-2), by beating them 15-3 in the semifinals, and then beat East Butler in the finals, 11-6. Team members include, from left, in front, Hunter Loomis, Ryan Rafalski, Tyler Gustafson, Alex Borger, and Tony Batiste; middle row, Ethan Wilson, Jamo Douvlos, Micah Passmore, Ben Berdine, and Jacob DeSimone and; back row, manager Jason Rafalski and coaches Jeff Berdine, Matt Loomis, Henry Borger, and Dan Passmore.
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Will McCullough of Kinzua U10 Darling (Kinzua Soccer Club travel soccer) drives past a Meadville defender as Jack Darling pushes up the field with him during Sunday’s 6-2 win in Meadville.
In Monday's Blueberry Senior League, Dave Progar and Terry Moldovan tied for the low gross with 37 while George Derx had the low net of 27. Here are the team scores from Monday's competition:
A&M Wells Service 25.5, Voty 25, Jones Chevrolet 23, Midtown Motors 22.5, American Legion 21.5, Eagles 21, Alabaugh's Radiators 21, KCS Energy 20, Howe's 20, Warren Tire Center 19, Wellington Log Homes 19, Elks Club 18.5, Ralph-E's Pub 17.5, Wacopse 17, Ed Shults of Warren 15, Blueberry Pro Shop 14.5
Roy Swanson's 36 was the low gross and John Hausmann's 29 the low net in last Thursday's Warren County Industrial Golf League action at Blueberry Hill. Here are the team standings as of Thursday's competition:
1. Sheffield Timber Service 197.5, 2. Northwest Savings #2 192, 3. United Refining 191.5, 4. Voty Insurance 186.5, 5. Northwest Savings #1 183, 6. Allegheny Security LLC 182.5, 7. Rolling Express 178.5, 8. Crossett 174.5, 9. Ralph-E's 172, 10. Larson Painting 171, 11. Jones Chevrolet 168, 12. Whirley DrinkWorks 150.5, Waste Treatment Corp. 139.5, 14. VFW Post 314 132.
The duo of Robbin Price and My Ignatius took first with a score of 39 in Monday's Womens' Golf Scramble at the Conewango Valley Country Club. Results are listed below:
1. Robbin Price/My Ignatius 39, 2. Marlene Sandberg/Anita Pellegrino 41, 3. Kirsten Turfitt/Morgan Smith 42, 4. Linda Ditka/Betsy Senger 43, T5. Ruth Derby/Lana Creal 44, T5. Rachael Meacham/Megan Smoulder 44, 7. Betsy Williams/Karen Coombs 45, T8. Janeal Hedman/Mary Sue See 47, T8. Tammy Jensen/Tricia Moore 47, 10. Andrea Sedon/Andrea Kolpack 49, 11. Jenny Olsen/Debbie Vicini 50, 12. Michelle Lauffenburger/Cindy Jarzab 55, Judy McGinn/Barb Wilson DNP, Jackie Kavanaugh/Linda Michel DNP
Janeal Hedman recorded her first career hole-in-one on Monday at Conewango Valley Country Club. The ace came on the 146-yard second hole, using a 3-wood. It was witnessed by Lana Creal, Marysue See and Ruth Derby.
Warren Area High School graduate Kelsey Nuhfer was awarded an NCAA postgraduate scholarship for the 2013-2014 winter sports period. Nuhfer and Cal U teammate Clarissa Enslin were two of 58 student-athletes to receive the honor. The NCAA postgraduate scholarship is awarded to student-athletes who excel academically and athletically in their final year of intercollegiate athletic competition. The scholarship was created in 1964 to promote and encourage postgraduate education and now awards 174 scholarships annually (87 men, 87 women).
Kinzua U10 Darling defeated Meadville Area Soccer Club, 6-2, Sunday in Meadville. Alex Ferry had a hat trick with three goals and an assist, Alyssa Anderson had a goal and an assist, Jack Darling and Alyssa Fuchs had one goal each, and Gracia Clark and Lauren Anderson added assists. Will McCullough and Lauren Anderson combined efforts in goal while Lynzie Grubbs chipped in a solid defensive effort. Kinzua will end the season this weekend playing three games in Edinboro.
The Jamestown Old-Timers Baseball Club traveled to Warren, Ohio, for a doubleheader Saturday and came away with two wins, improving its season record to 2-2.
Ted Morrison tossed a seven-inning one-hitter in a 9-1 win over Salem, Ohio. He struck out five and walked none. The Old-Timers were led at the plate by Ron Thomas, who went 3-for-3 with a double and a triple, while Larry Persing, Dave Matz and Ed Baldensperger were each 2-for-3.
In the second game, Jamestown squeezed out a 3-2 win over host Warren, Ohio. Sammy Spera pitched for the Old-Timers and recorded five strikeouts. Roy Luksch came through with a bases-loaded single in the top of the seventh to drive in the go-ahead run for Jamestown.
The Old-Timers return to action on June 22 with a doubleheader in Struthers, Ohio.
Warren-area players include: Morrison, Thomas, Persing, Baldensperger (Warren), and Brian Moldovan (Sheffield).
Beginning in the 2014-2015 season, Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena will host a team in the North American 3 Hockey League (NA3HL). The 'Southern Tier Xpress' was the name chosen through a contest that began in early March. The team is owned by the Jamestown Area Hockey Associates LLC, and co-owner Brian Cersosimo will serve as General Manager. The Xpress will take the place of the recently defunct Jamestown Jets and Jamestown Ironmen.