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Briefs

Photo by Mandie Englert Chase Raub records one of his five sacks during Saturday’s youth football game against Coudersport.

Youth football

The Warren Dawgs, sponsored by Youngsville American Legion No. 658, beat Coudersport 20-0 in their home opener Saturday.

It was another dominating defensive performance by the Dawgs, as they didn’t allow any positive yards and amassed more than 10 sacks, led by Chase Raub with five and Noah Pape with three.

Jeremiah led the defense with 11 tackles, followed by Pape and Raub with nine apiece. Clayton Hammerbeck, Logan Beedle, Hunter Ingerson, Keegan Weissinger, Laine Jackson and Ryan Hilliard also contributed in tackles for the Dawgs. Raub had a strip sack and a forced fumble and Hilliard had a fumble recovery forced by Pape.

Offensively, Lukas Cope took a handoff on the second play of the game, running 43 yards for the touchdown. The Dawgs had 143 yards rushing on the day, led by Cope’s 61 yards. Weissinger, Clay Cummings, Pape, Raub and Johnny Nunez also contributed in the rushing department, with Nunez taking one of his carries 34 for a touchdown. Weissinger had 41 yards passing, including a 12-yard TD connection to Hammerbeck, and PAT passes to Nunez and Raub. Weissinger also had a critical quarterback sneak on fourth down in the third quarter.

For the second straight game, the Dawgs’ solid rushing game was paved by their offensive line of Jeremiah Lyon, Owen Young, Isaiah Cook, Scotty Skidmore and Lucas Copley.

The players of the game were Weissinger for offense and Raub for defense.

The Warren Dawgs (2-0) will head to Smethport (0-2) on Sept. 9. Game time is set for 1 p.m.

Golf leagues

RUSSELL — Chick Bellow fired the low gross with a 36 that included two birdies and six pars to highlight Week 17 action in the Friday Senior Men’s League at Cable Hollow Golf Course.

Tim Swanson shot the low net with a 32; Gary Peterson recorded the most points with 8.5; Pete Hofert collected three birdies; Gregg Grimm had two birdies; John Blum had seven pars; and Tim Ford, Ralph Keniston and Jamie Steffan added six pars. Jerry Abbey is the season’s top point getter with 96.

Following are the team standings in the Eastern Division:

Litehouse Auto 342.5, Jones Chevrolet 335.5, The Duffers 334.5; Maple Place Farms 321, Schwab’s Copiers 296.5, Cable Hollow Golf 294, Warren Tire 287 and 4-Putts 225.

Following are the team standings in the Western Division:

Mike’s Townline 346.5, Gametime 324, Horseshoe Inn 315, Community Resources 309.5, Struthers Wells 307, Mountain Laurel FCU 306.5, Townline Auto 302.5, Barnhart Davis NAPA 286 and Falconer/Frewsburg Crew 279.

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