Todd Sidon had the low gross of 35 and Rob Culpepper had the low net of 28 in July 30's Jackson Valley Tuesday Night League. Tim Watkins, Jamie California, and Jeff Savko tied for second low gross with 36, and Ron Caldwell and Colby Olson each shot a 31 for the second low net. Here are the current team standings:
1. ERA Team VP Real Estate 113.25, 2. Wagner's Golf 112.00, 3. Elks Lodge #223 111.50, 4. Ameriprise Financial 110.75, 5. WMG Urology 109.25, 6. American Legion 105.00, 7. Park Ave. 103.75, Shaw House 101.50, 9. Midtown Motors 101.00, 10. KCS Energy 100.75, 11. Warren Bus Lines 100.00, 12. Rowe Construction 98.25, 13. Garrison/Simonsen Ins. 98.00, 14. Snuffy's 97.75, 15. Superior Tire 97.50, 16. Freedom Investment 96.00, 17. Olie's Sport 95.00, 18. Edward Oil 94.50, 19. A&B Heating 93.75, 20. Lewis Funeral Home 93.00, 21. Lewis Funeral Home 93.00, 22. Dickey's Duffers 88.75, 23. Moose Lodge #109 86.50, 24. PALO 83.75, 25. Nesmith Ins. 82.50, 25. Richardson Landscaping 82.50, 27. TEAM 24 77.75, 28. Warren Auto Supply 68.00.
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Summer Slam Champs
The Kinzua Sluggers 10u travel baseball team took first place in the 12-team Southwestern Summer Slam Tournament this past weekend in Lakewood, N.Y. The Sluggers have now won three consecutive tournaments and are currently on a 14-game win streak. Team members, from left, in front, are Ryan Rafalski, Alex Borger, Tony Batiste, Micah Passmore, and Tyler Gustafson and, back row, Jacob DeSimone, Ben Berdine, James Swanson, Ben Salapek, and Hunter Loomis.
The team of Bob and Andrea Sedon and Roy and Betsy Williams took first in the Conewango Valley Country Club couples event with a score of 50. Dick Cole, Onda Cole, Betsy Senger, and My Ignatius shot a 53 to take second place.
In the Conewango Valley Country Club junior scramble, the team of Madisen Seastrum, Hayden Edwards, and Cody Leofsky shot a 45 to take first place in the Cadet division. Myah Madril, Ricky Madril, and Drew Swanson won the Prep category with a 15, while Coleson Barber, Braddock Damore, and Evan Swanson shot a 13 in the Novice division.
Any Beaty-Warren Middle School students interested in participating in a fall sport will need to have the following items completed before the first practice on Monday, August 12: a completed physical packet signed by a physician and all parent signatures, and payments of $25 to BWMS and $25 to the Warren County School District. Payment can be made at the Warren Area Elementary Center office due to construction work at Beaty.
Pre-season conditioning for Beaty Warren Middle School seventh-and-eighth-graders interested in playing football this fall will begin on Monday, Aug. 12. Information on times and where practice will be held will be announced next week.
Celoron downed Carroll, 338 to 331, and Busti beat Randolph, 345 to 337, in Thursday's Chautauqua County Trap League competition. Celoron's Rob Becker and Bob Faga, and Busti's Clyde Knapp, Kirk Decker, and Ray Nordin shot perfect 50's for the evening. JoAnn Lewis and Tiffany Decker shot 48's to lead all women. Michael McDunn was the high junior with 49 and Dalton Becker was the high sub junior with 48. High vets were Knapp and Faga with their 50's. High senior vet was D.J. Bifaro with 48, and high super senior vet was Gary Sickles with 49.
Busti (345): Clyde Knapp 50, Kirk Decker 50, Ray Nordin 50, Dave Sena 48, Reed Johnson 48, Jim Bessey 48, Charlie Brown 48.
Randolph (337): Gary Sickles 49, Marty Gawron 49, Bill Congdon 48, Jim Congdon 48, D.J. Bifaro 48, Skip Frazier 48, Chuck Westfall 47.
Celoron (338): Rob Becker 50, Bob Faga 50, JoAnn Lewis 48, Kevin Nicklas 48, Dalton Becker 48, Vern Brown 47, Jerry Lewis 47.
Carroll (331): Michael McDunn 49, Ed McCullough 49, Matt McDunn 47, Jim Nowacki 47, Chuck Travis 47, Ray Lee 47, John Foster 45.