Sports Briefly

Kinzua U-10 soccer

Kinzua U10 defeated Mercer 3-2 on Sunday afternoon in North Warren in Kinzua Soccer Club travel soccer action. The game opened with Payton Frank and Eliza Brook driving the offense. Brook found Winnie Wolf for the first goal of the game. Chase Sitler, Reid Olsen and Casey Rich kept the team strong with their control and Jack Napolitan, Ryan Chambers and Madoxx Reed’s trapping defense. Bergen Nelson held Mercer scoreless in the net. On Mercer’s goal kick, Finn Ordiway fielded the ball and sent a rocket into the left corner, tying the match 2-2. With just over a minute to play, Abe Wolf had a breakaway, burning the game winner.

Beaty basketball

The Beaty 8th grade girls basketball team defeated Corry 25-13 on Monday. Leading Beaty were Morgan Munksgard (8 points), Taylor Childress (7 points), Grace Wortman (5 points), Alyssa Schooler (4 points) and Aubrianna Navaroli (1 points).

The 7th graders finished the first half with a 26-4 lead on their way to a 36-8 win. Kelsey Stuart added 14 points to an excellent defensive effort and helped set the tone defensively. Teagan Paris had a solid game in the post with eight points and Alex Neuriter helped balance the scoring with an additional six points. Sarah Satcho added four points and Jackie Peterson and Rylie Yeager both added two each.

Tuesday, the 8th grade team beat Titusville 22-11 to improve to 6-3. Childress had nine points, while Navaroli added four, Wortman three and Munksgard, Schooler and Kelsey Stuart two apiece.

The 7th grade team also earned a decisive win over Titusville, 41-9, allowing a season-low point total. Led by Stuart’s season-high 22 points, the team did not allow a basket until the third quarter and played well defensively throughout the game. Neuriter added eight points, Teagan Paris seven and both Katie Moore and Satcho scored two. The team next plays at Eisenhower on Thursday.

Bowling scores

Valley Bowling Center

Sunday Night Mixed

Last Week

Darcy Rex 173-489, Steve Rex 247-587, Ivan Olson 222-571

This Week

Darcy Rex 181-485, Sandy Dumont 168-462, Steve Rex 204-574

Huey’s League

Tim Case 257-639, Tim Coldren 248-632, Jon Stuartt 221-628, TA Lucas 227-621, Andy Hanks 225-591, Candy Vinopal 193-527, Kelly Gustafson 193-511

Eisenhower booster meeting

The Eisenhower football boosters will meet at 7 p.m. in coach Penley’s room. Iroquois game film will be watched beginning at 6 p.m.

Sports Briefly

Meridian Hardwood wins Over 30 title

Meridian Hardwood beat Buckhorn 12-11 to capture the Over 30 softball league title on Tuesday. Doug Atteberry delivered the late-inning dramatics, belting a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 7th after Buckhorn scored five runs in the top half of the inning to tie it.

Andy Muntz delivered a pair of home runs for the winners, while Ed Ellis was 2-for-3 with a double and Joe Blauser also doubled. Jay Reese was the winning pitcher.

Ladies Only Day

There will be a Ladies Only Day at Pine Grove Sportsmen on Egypt Hollow Road in Russell this Saturday form 12-3 p.m.. If you wanted to learn about firearms, safe gun handling and shooting please attend. You will have the opportunity to shoot 22 handguns and rifles, try out trap shooting and IDPA shooting. All shooting is free, firearms and ammunition is provided. Refreshments and door prizes. You only need to bring a desire to learn about shooting to attend. All shooting will be conducted in a safe, controlled environment, rain or shine (we will use pop-ups to keep everyone dry). Ideal for 1st time shooters who want to learn about firearms or have never shot before. Sign up for NRA Basic Pistol Class. Information call Dave Carlson 706-8302.

Lottsville Loop

The Lottsville Loop, a 5 mile run and 1.5 mile walk/run, was held on Sat. Sept. 12, 2015 to celebrate Lottsville’s Bicentennial. The race benefited The Wrightsville and Bear Lake Fire Dept. There were a total of 56 participants.

The results for the 5 mile run are as follows:

Overall Male- Jimmy Schrecongost 30:28; age 18 and under- Dennis Whiteley 34:27; age 19-29- (1)Travis Woodburn 32:28; (2) Ben Perkins 33:11; (3) Cameron Atha 38:54; (4) Nickolas Thomas 38:58 age group 30-39-(1) Ryan Chapman 44:49; age group 40-49- (1) Tiger Dufopulus 39:29; (2) Matt Alexander 39:40; (3) Chad Dexter 46:54; (4) Paul Keppel 48:25 age group 50-59- (1) Harold Reynold 33:43; (2) Dale Henderson 36:42; (3) Skip Davis 58:26; age group 60 and over- (1) Paul Draper 44:19

Overall Female- Carrie Guiher 38:04; age group 19-29- (1) Michelle Adams 44:45; (2) Jenna Jordan 52:42; age group 30-39- (1) Kristen Henderson 38:36; (2) Betsy Woodburn 40:17; (3) Lacy Dexter 45:58; (4) Fonda Johson 46:39; (5) Danielle Dufopulus 48:25; (6) Nichelle Carlberg 50:20; (7) Amanda Lindvay 53:37; age group 40-49- (1) Candy Chase 46:17; (2) Lynette Hedman 46:17; (3) Mickalene Cross 50:45; age group 50-59- (1) Renay Peck 39:44; Laura Bauer 42:50; (3) Joletta Manelick 45:06; (4) Susan Rapp 49:33; (5) Mary Summerson 56:29; Age group 60 and over- (1) Wanda Verga 51:25; (2) Fae Rouse 61:01; (3) Linda Haner 1:22:10

The Results for the 1.5 mile run/walk:

(1) Zane Alexander 13:00; (2) Amber Smith 13:01; (3) Garrett Jensen 14:30; (4) Nicole Williams; (5) Kim Hall; (6) Donna Williams; Megan Evans; Leann Brown; Michael Peate; April Peate; Karen Coons; Dawn Benedict; Becky Downs; Katie Downs; Seth Jensen; Dorothy Butcher; Terry Chapman; Ruth Ann DeVore; Don Martin

Fall Youth Trap League

Shooters stayed dry and turned in good scores Sunday during our 2nd shoot.

Elijah Trawick and Hayden Edwards each shot 25 to tie for “Top Gun” honors. Hi Lady was Mikkailla Durlin at 17.

Dominick Giannini and Matt McDunn 24, Logan Muir, Dillon Cross, William Mitchell and Alex Kyler 23, Tagen Dingfelder and Tage Coil 22, Jimmy Cowen 21. Next Shoot Sept 20.

Kinzua U-12 girls

The Kinzua Soccer Club U-12 girls opened their PA WEST fall soccer season by traveling to Shenango Valley Sunday and bringing home a 9-0 win. Kyra Wotorson lead the way for Kinzua with 4 goals. Also adding to the goals were Riley Childress a goal and 2 assists, Ella Ordiway a goal and 2 assists, Alyssa Andersen a goal and 1 assist ,Cassie Smelko a goal and 1 assist and Georgie Bickling with a goal. Lennon Dailey also contributed to the offense with solid all around play and deep, well placed throw-ins. Alyssa Fuchs and Katie Madigan had outstanding performances on defense keeping the Shenango team pinned in their side of the field for most of the game. The girls will be back in action in a “friendly” against the Kinzua U-12 boys this Sunday and then resume their PAWEST schedule every Sunday through the first weekend of November.

Beaty girls split

Beaty’s 7th grade basketball team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 24-7 win over visiting Meadville on Tuesday. Beaty’s strong defense, led by Katie Moore, Teagan Paris and Sarah Satcho, had another shutout quarter and made things difficult for Meadville’s post players. Kelsey Stuart had a season-high 12 points, followed by Satcho with four, and Paris and Alex Neuriter with two. Skyla Urig and Jackie Petersom both scored a bucket for their first points of the season. Beaty travels to Oil City on Thursday.

Meadville topped Beaty in the 8th grade game, 24-15. Grace Wortman led Beaty with nine points, while Taylor Childress added five.

Ladies golf tour

The final event of the Ladies Golf Tour will be held Monday September 21 on the Hill Course of Chautauqua Golf Course. Registration must be done before 8:30 as we tee off no later than 9:00.

Players should remember that 50/50 tickets will be sold at this event.

Interested players should contact Nancy Barkstrom at 716-664-4458.

Bowling results

Jackson Valley Classic League

CODY VINCENT 247-268-238-753, MATT WHITE 258-268-217-743, ROB STOCKTON 242-236-237-715, Kevin Burton 256-687. Alan Zubrod 230-661, John Larson 245-655, Rick Wagner 245-640, Troy Stewart 256-639, Jeff Zaffino 258-636, Don Hilyer 224-635, Mike Hawley 218-621, Rob Buerkle 213-608, Mike Madigan 245-605, Bob Olsen 215-601, Brian Clark 224-591, Sam Littlefield 212-578, Shane Jones 216-571, Ed Humbert 223-571, Gary Wagner 204-568, Mike Davis 235-564, Mark Summers 210-564, Dan Parsons 221-563, Pat Hultquist 204-562, Ashley Zaffino 220-560

Tuesday Morning Men

Bob Buerkle 225-627, Terry English 216-621, Don Moats 217-603, Bernie Kanski 215-597, Darrell Johnson 240-566, Dave English 216-564, Gary Baldensperger 206-563, Bob Marasco 191-560

Huey’s League

Valley Bowling Center

Tim Case 213-633, Dale Johnson 215-599, Robert Linkerhof 222-588, Jon Stuart 233-586, Don Chambers 243-576, TA Lucas 211-571, Jason Sproveri 237-567, Mike Britton 223-562

Richard’s Restaurant Classic

Kelly Abrams 168 480