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Briefs

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Minors

A&B snuck away with a 7-6 win over SKF.

McKenna Lindemuth was the winning pitcher and had a double in the win, while Khloe Huffman also doubled for SKF.

Myah Lucks and Sheayla Johnson had outstanding defensive games for A&B.

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Horner Family Practice defeated Terry Card Home Improvement, 10-5.

Leading the winners were Asher Stanton with a hit, Reid Mitchell with a double, and Liam Hanson with a triple and a home run.

For Terry Card Home Improvement, Chase Card and Eddie Alplanalp each had two hits, Owen Young was 2 for 2, and Colin Blair had two RBIs.

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Second Chance Shop topped Woodin Law Office, 11-7.

Ty Bryan had a double and Colin Havers a double for Second Chance, while Conner Smith hit a triple and Mason Warner had an RBI.

Parker McBride struck out seven and Tanner Stuart five for Woodin Law Office. Nick Joblon was 2 for 3 at the plate.

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On Friday, Gretchen E. Porier was a 12-5 winner over Terry Card Home Improvements.

Bentley Sherry pitched three innings, striking out nine, while Cash Young and Connor Schwabenauer each had two hits.

Eddie Alplanalp ripped a double for Terry Card.

Majors

On Monday, Gafner Diamonds was a 21-11 winner over The Plaza.

Malysia had a double and a grand slam in the win while a triple and a double came from Alexis Jones.

Riley Gafner smacked a double, and Tegan Whiteman, Olivia Romanosky and Peyton Hagg each had an RBI in the win.

Alanna Warrior had a double for The Plaza.

Golf leagues

RUSSELL — In the Monday Senior League at Blueberry Hill Golf Club, Mullens Auto Repair leads with Borden Funeral Home and Conklin Restoration tied with 26.5 points.

Mt. Laurel and VFW Amvets have 25.5, Mullens Auto Repair 24, Alabaugh’s Radiators 21, while American Legion and Ed Shults of Warren have 20.5.

Low gross leaders were Mike Hawley with a 37, Ed Zieralski with 41 and Bill Petransky with 41 while Jim Holding shot a 30 net, Bob Weiland 32 and Mark Borger 32.

Gary Redick had two birdies.

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RUSSELL — In the Wednesday Ladies League at Cable Hollow, Carol Melson and Val Brunco led the way in the early flight with 43.5 points.

Sue Wilson and Sue Ferranto had 43, Danelle Sowers and Jill Dart 39, Sharon Birtcil and Barb Hill 38, Donna Holmes and Jackie Darling 37.5, Shirley Pearson and Blanch Swaney 35, Lorraine Diggs and Joanne Sorensen 31, Veronica Anderson and Elise Brown 24, Astric Bacchetti and Peggy Nason 22, Sandy Haines and Marcia Anderson 19 and Denis Hollingshead and Nora Edwards 12.5.

In the late flight, Cindy Paulmier and Mary Mackey had 35.5, Lori Lassen and Sue Melquist 29.5, Mary Gayton and Patty Hurtack 28.5, Kathy Bradshaw and Julie Fenton 27.5, Grace Wheeler and Bonnie Smith 27.5, Shelly Saunders and Candace Laurie 27, Michele Hawkins and Judy DiGregorio 25.5, Susie Lindquist and Linda Ostrom 25.5, Sue Caronia and Gayle Lyon 20.5, Debbie Williams and Jane Benson 9.5, and Bev Grobaski and Sandy Josephson 4.5.

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RUSSELL — In the Cable Hollow Senior Men’s Friday Golf League, The Duffers lead the Eastern Division with 116.5 points, Cable Hollow Golf has 110.5, Struthers Wells 102, Schwab’s Copiers 94.5, Game Time 84.5, Jones Pest Control 78.5, Maple Place Farms 73, Pete’s Team 70.5 and Warren Tire 68.5.

In the Western Division, Slick Brownie has 121.5, Mike’s Townline 108, Community Resource 102.5, Mount Laurel FCU 102, Horsehoe Inn 81.5, Warren Archery 80, Jones Chevrolet 70.5, 4-Putts 67.5 and Falconer/Frewsburg Crew 47.

Low Gross was Jim Leaskey with a 35, low net scores of 32 came from Larry Vicini, Pat Farrell and Jim Leaskey, and Bob Orbanic had the most points with nine.

Leaskey had two birdies.

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