Bob Wolfe had the low gross of 38, and Don Moore the low net of 29, in the Monday Blueberry Senior League.
Gross: Bob Wolfe 38, Ron McClement 40, Dave Progar 41
Photo submitted to Times Observer
The Warren WildThings U12 tournament baseball team recently placed third out of 10 teams in the Harborcreek Memorial Tournament. The WildThings faced the Erie StrikeZone, Anacaster Diamondbacks and North Hills before falling to Meadville in the semifinals, 6-5. Team members include, front row, from left, Owen Balas, Jim Kramer, Derek Knapp, Catfish McMeans and Nate Eadie and, back row, Nick Smelko, Lance Baldensperger, Cale Albaugh, Austyn Cummings, Aidan Morrison, Jackson Knupp and Sam Hoover.
Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry
Kinzua U10’s Will McCollough dribbles downfield, with Graham Carr trailing and Rylie Yeager heading up field in background, vs. Meadville on Sunday in soccer match at the Warren State Hospital fields.
Net: Don Moore 29, Tim Bleech 31, Chuck Barrett 31
Birdies: Wolfe, Gene Covell, Gary Breese, Rich Zydonik
Team standings: KCS Energy 25, Morning Sun 24.5, WACOPSE 24, American Legion 23, Howe's True Value 21.5, Eagles Club 20.5, Voty Insurance 20.5, Elks Lodge 20, Jones Chevrolet 19.5, Moose Lodge 19.5, Alabaugh's Radiators 18.5, RalphE's Pub 17, Ed Shults of Warren 16, Blueberry 15.5, A&M Wells Service 15.5, Midtown Motors 15.
Sonia Probst had the low gross of 41, and the most pars with five, last week in the Cable Hollow Wednesday Evening Ladies League.
Gross scores: Sonia Probst 41, Patti Swanson 43, Sue Melquist 48, Grace Beckstrom 49, Bonnie Thorpe 50, Rosie Bortz 51, Paula Morris 52, Sue Ferranto 52, Lori Lassen 52, Bonnie Reynolds 52, Terri Ayers 53, Lynn Olsen 54, Shirley Pearson 54, Deb Sumner 55, Helen Adams 55, Keri Nellis 55
Pars: Sonia Probst 5, Grace Backstrom 3, Patti Swanson 3. Marcia Mateo 2
Early Division Leaders: Donna Holmes and Jackie Darling 47.5 points, Peggy Nason and Melinda King 47.5
Late Division Leaders: Sonia Probst and Rosie Borst 59.5
Fewest putts: Dody Houghwot 15
Over 30 Softball
Here are the standings, this week's schedule and home run leaders for the Over 30 Modified Softball League, playing Tuesdays at Betts Park:
Mangione Beverage 4-0
Klenowski Law 2-2
Crescent Beer 1-3
Accent Staffing 0-3*
S&K Scope Mounts 3-1
American Legion 3-1
Kwik Fill 3-1
Club Buck 0-4
* Game postponed, to be rescheduled
6 p.m.: Buckhorn vs. Miraclean, Betts Field; Accent vs. American Legion, Foley Field; Freddie's vs. Klenowski Law, Brown Field
7:30 p.m.: Kwik Fill vs. Mangione Beverage, Betts Field; Crescent Beer vs. S&K Scope Mounts, Foley Field
9 p.m.: Bullpen vs. Club Buck, Betts Field
Home run leaders (games submitted to newspaper): Tim Munksgard (Mangione) 5, Scott Chase (Mangione) 4, Nick Bryan (S&K) 2, Brad Johnson (Mangione) 1, Mark Ordiway (Mangione) 1, Scott Bines (Accent) 1, Dustin Wilcox (Klenowski) 1, Dan Bullock (S&K) 1, Glenn Morse (Kwik Fill) 1, Joe Hennessey (Kwik Fill) 1, Dave Smith (Kwik Fill) 1, Rich Geer (Buckhorn) 1, Josh Egger (Mangione) 1, Kenny Frank (Mangione) 1, Jeff Young (Klenowski) 1, Mark Hoden (Kwik Fill) 1, Rick Rohlin (Kwik Fill) 1, Rich Zdarko (Kwik Fill) 1
The Warren Yeager Kinzua U10 soccer team defeated Meadville, 6-2, on Sunday.
Darren Glotz had three goals, Graham Carr two goals and two assists, Paige Johnson one goal, and Rylie Yeager three assists for Kinzua, Defensive standouts were Payton Barnes, Will Sokolski, Katie Beyer and Alex Ferry.
Levi Hendrickson struck out 16 over six innings, and had two base hits, for Youngsville in a 4-0 Junior American Legion Baseball League loss on Monday at Corry.
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