Weather conditions were perfect for an exciting game of softball game between Allegheny Oil and Lube and Cornerstone Lounge.
Cornerstone Lounge was able to make a last-inning rally for the win after being down by one.
For Allegheny Oil and Lube, Riley Grubbs pitched three innings with seven strikeouts, which included striking out five in a row and she caught a hard-hit line drive back to the pitchers mound for an out. Emalee Fuhrman had three hits and two RBIs and Neveah Grubbs also had a single.
For Cornerstone Lounge, Bristol Holden and Aleah Sudul both had two singles and two RBIs and Addison Johnson had two singles and an RBI. Holden, Sudul and Johnson drove in three of the runs to help secure the rally.
Johnson was able to field a grounder at third and threw to Taylor Swanson at first who was able to tag the runner on first to secure the win.
Team Papalia defeated Team Haynes 8-3 on Monday. Keagan Weissenger went 4-for-4 with two RBIs; Mikah Benton went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs; and John Papalia was the winning pitcher.
Asher Stanton had an extra-base hit and an RBI for Haynes; RJ Frederick doubled; and Bruce Harshaw singled.
Thanks is given to American Legion Post 658 and Ground Zero Stump Grinding for supporting the two teams.
Ground Zero Stump Grinding defeated Warren JC Real Estate 17-7.
Trae Cradduck led Ground Zero with a double and a single, while Matt Shippee added six strikeouts during his two innings of work.
JC Real Estate had singles from Bryson Hurley, Lauson Hoisington and Brody Moore. In the field, Hoisington turned a double play.
American Legion Post 658 defeated JC Warren Real Estate 15-8.
Benny Matson pitched four innings with seven strikeouts for Post 658. Matson added two hits and RJ Frederick had three hits with five RBIs.
For JC Real Estate, James Clifford Alexander pitched four strong innings. Lauson Hoisington and Alexander both had RBI singles.
Dreamboat defeated American Legion Halgren Post 658 18-16.
Laken Carroll had a double and a single for Dreamboat and Brook Scott had a double for American Legion.
Pine Grove Auto Sales defeated Warren Overhead Door 18-9.
Pine Grove was led by Noah Campbell with five strikeouts and a home run; Jack Abplanalp went 3-for-3 with a home run and a double; Jackson Warner hit a double; Owen Young hit a double; and Emmett Snyder made some great defensive plays.
Warren Overhead Door was led by Clay Cummings going 2-for-2. Caleb Fralick and Hunter Briggs each added a hit.
Hillview Towing held off Warren Overhead Door 14-3 on May 5.
For Hillview, Bill Bennett was 4-for-4 with a double and Josh Pikna hit a grand slam.
For Warren Overhead Door, Holden Demers and Justin Klenowski each had a double.
Hillview Towing beat Warren Overhead Door 15-10 on May 10.
For Hillview, Nolan Gesing was 3-for-3 with a double; Tyson Borda and Max McAvoy both went 2-for-2; and Ryan Huck hit a double.
Warren Overhead Door was led by Justin Klenowski going 3-for-3.
Calvert Pearson Insurance Group defeated Stearns Super Service 17-16.
Calvert scored seven runs in the final inning. Brady Shene hit a walk-off single that scored Seth Brown. Brady Chase, Chris Orth, Shene and Drake Lawson all scored three times.
Chris Orth was the winning pitcher for Calvert.
Stears was led by Conner Gorton, Noah Bleech and Hayden Marino scoring three runs each. Wyatt Stearns and Dylan Depasquale both had base hits and the losing pitcher was Zane Carlson.
Boys Coach Pitch
Dyke’s Garage defeated Ace Hardware Oneida Lumber 20-8.
Dyke’s Garage was led at the plate by Raymond Yoder, Michael Holleran, and Ackron Hoisington. In the field, Clayton Dyke and Aaron Davis made nice plays at shortstop and second base.
Oneida Lumber had two hits each from Joseph Vermilyea and Luke Wentworth.
Warren Pickleball is hosting an open house on Saturday at Betts Park from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Six temporary courts will be set up on the runway for those who want to take part, learn about the game, watch demonstrations and play.
Find out about The Pickleball Court Project, where to play now and the future of pickleball in Warren.
All are welcome. Rain date is Saturday, May 21.
Youngsville Senior Golf League
Pete Hofert was the first-place gross finisher at Maplehurst Country Club on Tuesday, shooting a 39.
Rod Korbar was second with a 41 and both Denny Howe and Ron Holmes shot a 42.
The first place net was Holmes with a 39, second was Bill Young with 34, and third was Hofert, Marty Yucha, Dick Tyler and Bill Gross with 35.
Korbar had two birdies and Neil Himber and Holmes both had one.