Youth baseball

Keegan Weissinger’s run-scoring double was all the Warren boys Minor League All-Stars could muster offensively Friday in an 11-1 setback to the St. Marys All-Stars at Betts Jackson Field.

Leo Simbeck held Warren to two hits over four innings for the winners.

Adult baseball

JAMESTOWN, N.Y. — Sparked by a six-run third inning, the Jamestown and Area Oldtimers baseball team downed Girard 16-3 last Sunday at Diethrick Park.

Wade Nelson led the way offensively for the winners with three hits, including a double and a triple. He also walked twice. Ed Baldensperger collected four hits, and Ron Thomas, Jon Sitler and Dave Wortman all added three. All told, the Oldtimers banged out 21 hits.

Girard opened the scoring with two unearned runs in the top of the first, but Baldensperger hurled five shutout innings after that to post the win.

The Oldtimers (4-1) will be back in action on July 10 when they take on Chester and Greensville at Greenville.

Trap leagues

Tidioute topped Sheffield 344-339, Brokenstraw outshot Sugar Gorve 338-333, Corry downed Kalbfus 336-308 and Pine Grove recorded a 342 in its bye week to begin the second half of the Warren Country Trap League.

Perfect 50s were shot by Zachary Long, Ken Anderson, Joel Stewart, Mike Smith Jr. (his first), Ed Pennington, Gary Casler, CJ Jones, Austin Anderson and Ray Lee.

Mike Smith Jr. of Sheffield was the High Junior with a 50, Jared Sperrer of Sheffield was the High Sub Junior with a 46, Taylor Hansen of Brokenstraw was the High Lady with a 47; Jack Hunt of Sheffield, Harold Linden of Corry and Kev Sturzenbecker of Pine Grove were the High Veterans; Bill Congdon of Pine Grove was the High Senior Veteran with a 48; and Ken Anderson of Tidioute and Ray Lee of Pine Grove were the High Super Senior Veterans with 50 apiece.

Tidioute: Zachary Long 50, Ken Anderson 50, Joe Stewart 50, Adam Miller 49, John Kanyuck 49, Tim Case 48, Al Hansen 48.

Sheffield: Mike Smith Jr. 50, Ed Pennington 50, Jack Hunt 49, Shawn Nystrom 48, Gary McLaughlin 48, Chuck Loomis 47, Tom Yarzabek 47.

Brokenstraw: CJ Jones 50, Tom Smith 49, John McCanna Jr. 49, Robbin Weaver 48, Rick Woodcock 48, Noah Carlson 47, Taylor Hansen 47.

Sugar Grove: Austin Anderson 50, Scott Eastman 48, Kevin Nicklas 48, Ron Harmon 47, Hunter Trawick 47, Connor Younger 47, Rick Espin 46.

Corry: Gary Casler 50, Harold Linden 49, Dale A. Johnson 48, Ken Berkhous 48, Gary Dietz 47, Shawn Mitchell 47, Jaxon Gray 47.

Kalbfus: Doug Gray 49, Jim Nowacki 47, Mike Mackey 47, Dude Wilcox 46, Fred Callahan 42, Paul Prentice 41, Dave Tenney 36.

Pine Grove: Ray Lee 50, Kev Sturzenbecker 49, Dave Anderson 49, Bob Darney 49, Brian Ecelberger 49, Dennis Spoon 48, Russ Wingard 48.


FRANKLIN — Chase Card recently competed in the second leg of the IBO National Triple Crown where he placed eighth in his division.

Later this month, he moves on to the third, and final leg, at Hocking College in Nelsonville, Ohio.

Golf leagues

WARREN — Following the winners of the Tuesday Night League Midseason Tournament at Jackson Valley Golf Course:

Sons of the Legion (Captain Mark Silvis, Rob Ritchie, Skete Williams and Matt Johnson), 196; Ameriprise Investments (Captain Al Shene, John Weber, Ron Leofsky and Chet Loomis), 199; Midtown Motors (Captain Randy Carlson, Kihm Carlson, Jim Munksgard, Marty Meneo), 200; KCS Energy (Captain Craig Swanson, John Gray, Casey Moyer, Tom Moyer), 204; and Eagles Club (Captain Joe Saber, Dru Freeborough, Gary Freeborough, Scott Saber), 204.

The league high-pointers winners from June 28 were Ron Caldwell 9, Dave Guiffre 8.5, Jim Sturdevant 8.5 and Matt Loranger 8.5.

Front 9 low gross, Joe Saber 36; Front 9 senior low gross, Chet Loomis 36, Ron Leofsky 36; Back 9 low gross, Skete Williams 34; Back 9 low gross, Mark Silvis 40; Front 9 low net, Randy Carlson 32, Randy Thomas 32, Matt Loranger 32; Front 9 senior low net, Ron Caldwell 32; Back 9 low net, Mike Moyer Sr. 34, Matt Johnson 34, Mike Bonavita 34, Mike Lewis 34, Steve Sixt 34; Back 9 senior low net, Dave English 32.


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