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Local Sports

Thousands of DMAP doe tags available

Most hunters are happy to get one deer in a season. The Deer Management Assistance Program provides a way for hunters to get more than one antlerless deer license and for landowners to receive some help trimming the herds on their lands. “It’s a win-win situation,” Warren County ...

Golf results

LAKEWOOD, N.Y. — John Blum, Tim Sandberg and Bob Saunders all shot 37s to lead the Youngsville Area Senior Golf League at Maplehurst Country Club on Tuesday. Neil Himber had the low net score with a 28. Pete Hofert, Jim Fehlman, Saunders, Sandberg, Terry Jackson, Blum, Larry Smith, Bob ...

Softball

FRIDAY COED LEAGUE WEEK 2 RESULTS: Warren American Legion d. Pitches be Trippin, 15-14 Real Living/Napoli’s d. Shurfine, 16-4 WM Jenkins Trucking d. Crescent Beer, 12-9 Munch Appliance Repair/Peppermill d. Fifties, 14-10 Park Avenue Motor Car d. Sons of Sugar Grove American ...

Trap results

Pine Grove beat Corry, 343-332; Tidioute downed Sugar Grove II, 337-331; Kalbfus and Brokenstraw battled to a 333-all tie; and Sugar Grove I outshot Sheffield, 331-320, in the Warren Country Trap League. John Pearson, Jerry Martin, Ken Anderson and CJ Jones each fired a perfect 50. Pine ...

Top Pick Signed

The Pittsburgh Pirates announced Wednesday they have signed shortstop Nick Gonzales, the club’s first-round selection — seventh overall — in the 2020 First-Year Player Draft. The 21-year-old Gonzales was named the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper’s National Player of the Year in 2020 and ...

Firecracker Run set for Lakewood, NY

LAKEWOOD, N.Y. — The Lakewood YMCA is currently holding online registrations for its Fourth of July Firecracker Run. This run has been part of the Lakewood community for many years. This year’s in-person run has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, but thanks to technology and ...

Briefs

Golf leagues RUSSELL — Chick Bello fired a 38 to lead the Morning Men’s Senior League at Cable Hollow Golf Course. Roger Golden fired a net 32 and Jerry Carr led in points with nine. Jim Schwab, Bello, Pete Hofert, Art Ward, Bob Yucha, Dick Craker, Carr, John DeAngelo, Pat Black, Bob ...

Class By Himself

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following article appeared in The Post-Journal on July 7, 2006, days after Dick Barton won the World of Outlaws Late Model Series race at Stateline Speedway, marking the first time that a true local driver defeated the touring professionals. Had COVID-19 not intervened, ...

Ashville resident bound for Dirt Late-Model HOF in August

Dick Barton’s professional racing career will be capped later this summer with his induction into the National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame. The ceremony will be held be held in August in conjunction with Florence Speedway’s North South 100, marking the 20th anniversary of the ...

Horton wins Challenger championship at Eriez

HAMMETT, Pa. — On a beautiful night for racing, albeit with clouds and rain to the south, Chris Horton prevailed for the $500-to-win Challenger championship. Dave Hess Jr, Max Blair, Mike McGee, Matt Alexander and Wesley McCray prevailed in their respective divisions for regular-length ...

WNYPGA Jr. Tour competes in North East

NORTH EAST, Pa. — Max Vaughn of Lakewood. New York, fired a 4-over 76 to finish second in the Boys 16-18 Division during WNYPGA Junior Tour play at Lake View Country Club on Sunday. Matthew Moonan of Bradford took first in the College Boys Division with a 5-over 77 and Spencer Cornelius of ...

Ike grad Torbett named IUP volleyball coach

INDIANA — IUP Director of Athletics Todd Garzarelli announced earlier this month the hiring of Julie Torbett as the eighth head coach in the history of the women’s volleyball program. “We are very excited to welcome Julie to the Crimson Hawk family,” said Garzarelli. “This is a ...

Section VI approves ‘Week Zero’ games in NY

Section VI confirmed “Week Zero” opponents for high school football teams Monday evening. Jamestown has added a home league game at Strider Field on Friday, Sept. 4 against Class A1 opponent West Seneca West. “I think the big thing is it’s another opportunity to compete for a sport ...

Bucknell-Bound

Rayven Sample’s track and field ability was supposed to take him to Minnesota and Arizona this summer. He possibly would’ve had to make a stop in London on his way to Tokyo. Instead, the coronavirus pandemic kept him home in Gerry. While some of the future destinations on his ...

Ferry earns first RUSH Late Model victory

CONNEAUT, Ohio — After an offseason extended by nearly two months, Raceway 7 finally opened the 2020 season with 101 racers filling the pit for a night of regular-length features. Two first-time winners and three veterans graced Victory Lane to start their seasons on a high note. Josh Ferry ...

‘A good time’

BUSTI — Thursday night was one of Jean Scott’s best at Stateline Speedway since taking over ownership with her husband, Jim, five years ago. When it will happen again is anybody’s guess. Stateline held a “Test & Tune” session at the Kortwright Road dirt rack with nearly ...

Gym needs public’s help

A local cheerleading gym is making some big noise on a national stage and the owners are reaching out to the community for help in its effort to reach a significant milestone. The Xplosion All-Stars Cheer, located at 2485 Falconer-Frewsburg Road in Jamestown, is one of 10 gyms in the ...

NJCAA sets path for 2020-21 sports

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — As the 2020-21 academic and athletic year approaches, the NJCAA has released a plan of action for the fall and winter sports season in response to COVID-19. The NJCAA National Office, along with the NJCAA Health and Safety Council, has also issued a list of safety ...

Hunting licenses, DMAP tags available next week

Hunters heading to the Warren County Courthouse looking to buy licenses and apply for DMAP tags and landowner antlerless permits have been disappointed so far. Warren County Treasurer Denny Munksgard said the COVID-19 pandemic caused those purchases and applications to be moved back. They ...

Moon Brook CC offers alternative for LINKS Charity tournament

For nearly three decades, LINKS Charity has provided more than $1.5 million of equipment for early detection and treatment of cancer thanks to a golf outing at Moon Brook Country Club that partners local amateurs and LPGA members. In a press release issued last week, however, chairmen ...