Wayne Swanson and Steve Gelott each shot 37 to lead the field in the Monday Blueberry Senior League. Larry Brown, Bob Wolfe, and Terry Moldovan finished in a tie for second at 39 while low net went to Jim Scalise with 30. Here are the team scores from Monday's competition:
Wacopse 28, Alabaugh's Radiators 25.5, KCS Energy 23.5, Howe's 20.5, A&M Wells Service 20.5, Blueberry Pro Shop 20.5, Ed Shults of Warren 20, Jones Chevrolet 20, Elks Club 19.5, Midtown Motors 19.5, Ralph-E's Pub 19.5, Voty's 19, Warren Tire Center 18, American Legion 16.5, Eagles 14.5, Wellington Log Homes 12
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Boys Juniors All-Stars
The Warren Boys Juniors All-Stars opened with a win over Smethport-Mt. Jewett on Saturday and continue tournament play Wednesday. Team members include (left to right) in front: Andrew Davidson, Matt Leonard, and Evan Tremblay, and in back: Chris White, Bryce Cummings, Adam Barker, Nate Betts, Jackson Knupp, Derek Knapp, Mitchell Bryant, Austyn Cummings, and Lance Baldensperger. The team is managed by Don Cummings.
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The Warren Bombers went 4-0 to win the 8U boys division of the 2014 Barnyard Classic 3-on-3 basketball tournament held Saturday at Eisenhower High School. Bombers include, from left, Tommy Nyquist, Owen Blum, Brady Berdine and Braylon Barnes.
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Several members of Tigers After School Karate (TASK) were recently tested and promoted in Kaneda Goshin Jutsu after they underwent an examination on their knowledge of Karate and self-defense techniques. The testing was conducted by Fighting Tigers Martial Arts Soke Grand Master Kimio Nelson. The following received their new belts: Morgan Josephson (top left) and Cameron Westover (top middle) received their Brown Belts, Gino Lenzi (top right) his Yellow Belt, Dominic Clark (bottom left) his Blue Belt, and Wyatt Sterns (bottom right) his Yellow Belt.
Warren Area High School graduate Eddie Dorunda has committed to play baseball at NAIA William Penn University in Oskaloosa, Iowa next season. Dorunda, a pitcher/infielder, previously played for Mercyhurst North East and Jamestown Community College at the junior college level.
Here are upcoming dates, by division, for Warren County Little League All-Stars (complete brackets at www.wcybsa.org).
The District 10 Champion Warren Girls Majors All-Stars open the Section 1 Tournament against District 25 Champion Franklin Tuesday at DuBois beginning at 7:30 p.m.
The Boys Juniors and Boys Majors Americans will be in action on Wednesday. The Americans square off against Brookville in the Boys Majors winner's bracket final. First pitch at Betts-Jackson is scheduled for 6 p.m.
GIRLS MINORS, 9-10 (9 teams)
Thursday, June 26: St. Marys 15, Warren 3
Monday, June 30: Fox-Johnsonburg-Ridgway 9, Warren 2
GIRLS MAJORS, 11-12 (8 teams)
Monday, June 16: Warren 7, St. Marys 2
Wednesday, June 18: Warren 15, Bradford 0
Monday, June 23: Warren 8, DuBois 3
Friday, June 27: Warren 10, DuBois 0 (Warren wins district title)
Tuesday, July 1: Warren vs. Franklin, at DuBois, 7:30 p.m.
BOYS MINORS, 9-10 (11 teams)
Thursday, June 26: Smethport-Mt. Jewett 18, Warren Nationals 1
Thursday, June 26: Warren Americans 11, Kane 1
Saturday, June 28: St. Marys 14, Warren Nationals 2
Monday, June 30: Warren 8, Smethport-Mt. Jewett 7
Saturday, July 5: Warren vs. DuBois, at DuBois, 4 p.m.
BOYS MAJORS, 11-12 (12 teams)
Monday, June 23: Warren Americans 12, Kane 1
Thursday, June 26: Bradford 11, Warren Nationals 0
Thursday, June 26: Warren Americans 23, Cameron County 2
Friday, June 27: Warren Nationals 12, Brockway 9
Sunday, June 29: Warren Americans 6, Bradford 5
Sunday, June 29: DuBois 11, Warren Nationals 2
Wednesday, July 2: Warren Americans vs. Brookville, at Betts-Jackson, 6 p.m.
BOYS JUNIORS, 13-14 (9 teams)
Saturday, June 28: Warren 21, Smethport-Mt. Jewett 1
Wednesday, July 2: Warren vs. winner of Bradford/St. Marys, TBA