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Briefs

Ladies Tour golf

WARREN, Pa. — Hallie Dubia’s 76 led the Ladies Tour during its stop at Jackson Valley Golf Club this week.

In the A Flight, Kathy Carlson was plus-5, Kaye Young was plus-4 and Dubia was plus-3.

MaryGrace Guarino was plus-1 to lead the B Flight. Nancy Larson was even and Cindy Paulmier was minus-1.

In the C Flight, Pamela Graves and Lorraine Diggs were each plus-1. Debbie Bialas was minus-1.

Sandy Haines led the D Flight at plus-2 and Karen Bjorkholm-Leeper was minus-1. Connie Crick, Andrea McLean and Mary Beckerink were all minus-2.

Young was closest to the pin at No. 8 and Libby Nord was closest at No. 12.

The tour will return May 16, 2022 at South Hills Country Club.

Golf leagues

WARREN, Pa. — Kyle Hellman and Justin Frederoski fired an 18-hole better-ball score of 61 to win on Men’s Day at Conewango Valley Country Club.

Tied for second at 63 were John Bevevino and Gary Evans, Ben O’Neill and Ben Turner, and Jamie California and Sy Cameron.

Shawn Walker and Todd Anderson shot a 9-hole better-ball score of 29. Andrew Bacchetti and Mitch Dodge matched Al Conarro and Justin Conarro for second with 30s.

Tony Pellegrino led the 1st Flight with a scratch 34 and Dr. Doug Swanson had a 37. Hellman had a net 31 and Kyle Turner had a 35.

In the 2nd Flight, Shawn Walker had a scratch 38 and Mike Barber had a 40. Bacchetti had a net 31 while Bill Bunk and Nate Perkins had 36s.

Bill Turner, Dr. Paul Ignatius and Dr. Jim Spangler tied for the 3rd Flight lead with scratch 42s. Joe Colosimo had a net 33 while Mark Espin, Vance Lauffenburger and Tom McKeever had 35s.

Dr. Bob Follett and Phil Simmons led the 4th Flight with matching scratch 47s. Bill Mahan had a net 35.

Scratch skins were earned by Bacchetti at No. 1, Gary Evans at No. 11 and Pellegrino at No. 14.

Net skins were earned by Bill Turner at No. 2, Kris Anthony at No. 4, Colosimo at No. 5, Justin Conarro at No. 7, Lauffenburger at No. 9 and California at No. 18.

Barber was closest to the pin at No. 5 and Mark Gilbert made the longest putt at No. 9.

Youth football

Behind touchdowns from Aiden Eger and Kahle Kuzminski, Gaughn’s Drug Store Orange Carrots defeated American Legion Post No. 658 Post Squirrels, 14-6, in a varsity 5th-6th grade game.

Kuzminski also had a successful 2-point conversion.

Jacob Stuart scored a touchdown for the Post-Squirrels.

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Ty Bryan scored two touchdowns, Benny Matson added one and Harrison Horner tacked on a 2-point conversion as the Pennsylvania State Contable Trash Pandas knocked off the Young’s Landscaping Green Destroyers, 20-6, in a junior varsity 3rd-4th grade game.

Keegan Weissinger scored the TD for the Green Destroyers.

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Blake Peterson did a little bit of everything in the Warren Times Observer Mud Vipers’ 26-0 win over the Superior Tire Blue Devils in a junior varsity game.

Peterson ran for two TDs, had a reception for another score, and added a 2-point conversion.

Bowling leagues

Candy Vinopal rolled a 176-502 to lead the way in the Youngsville Ladies League at the Valley Bowling Center.

Other scores were Betty Darling 177-491 and Patti Larson 172-483.

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