Over 30 Softball
Here are the standings, schedule and home run leaders for the Over 30 Modified Softball League, playing Tuesdays at Betts Park:
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12U tourney champs
The Cornerstone Kinzua Crush 12U travel fastpitch softball team won the eight-team Tri-County Invitational Fastpitch Tournament this weekend in Saegertown with a 4-1 record. Crush lost to the Lakeland Hurricanes, 8-2, in pool play, before beating Erie Frost Blue, 8-5. Cranberry Chaos, 8-2, and coming from behind to defeat NW Stars, 14-10, in the tournament semifinals. Kinzua was down five in the top of the seventh inning before erupting for 11 runs on 10 hits. The Crush won the championship with another comeback win, 13-3, trailing by two in the bottom of the fifth before scoring 12 runs on nine hits to win via the 10-run rule. Crush players include, from left, in front, Julia Lobdell, Kiersten Hoffman, Gracie Wood, Lexi Head, and Grace Wortman; middle row, Ceci Citro, Alexis Nyquist, Marissa Grubbs, Celia Chase, and Trinity Wennberg, and; back row, coaches Jon Hoffman, Jody Lobdell and manager Scott Chase.
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17U baseball champs
The Kwik Fill Octane won the 17U division of the Fathers Day Classic in Solon, Ohio, this weekend. Sage Anderson got the win in the championship game against the Ohio Longhorns. Collin Fantaskey led off the game with a double and was knocked in by Matt Hultquist. This accounted for the only run of the championship game. Tanner Teconchuk got the win against the Twinsburgh Tigers in a 13-3, 10-run mercy rule game that sent Kwik Fill to the finals. Tyler Bradley closed out each of these games, without allowing a run. Kwik Fill Octane team members included, from left, in front, assistant coach Andy Teconchuk, Tanner Teconchuk, Todd Fasenmyer, Sage Anderson, Austin Schwanke and Johnny White, and; in back, head coach B.J. Salerno, Tanner Stanz, Tyler Bradley, Jason Stanton, Mark Reiff, Derek Reagle, Collin Fantaskey, Ryan Gustafson, Matt Hultquist and assistant coach Tim Stanton. Missing from photo is Mitch Dorunda.
Above, Gannon Jaquay makes a sharp cut during running and ball handling drills on day one of the 9th Annual Post 758 Northern Area Youth Football Camp. Sixty-one participants from Warren County drilled the basics of passing, running and tackling and other football skills. The camp runs from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday at Eisenhower High School, culminating with the Punt, Pass & Kick competition and 7-on-7 tourney. Below, Kaden Weber gets airborne in a form tackling drill overseen by EHS football player and camp coach Louie Head.
Mangione Beverage 5-0
CMFS/The Bucket 3-2
Klenowski Law 3-2
Crescent Beer 2-3
Accent Staffing 1-3
S&K Scope Mounts 3-2
American Legion 3-2
Kwik Fill 3-2
Club Buck 1-4
Tuesday's schedule (June 18)
6 p.m.: Mangione Beverage vs. Bullpen, Betts Field; Crescent Beer vs. CMFS/Miraclean, Foley Field; Accent Staffing vs. Club Buck, Brown Field
7:30 p.m.: Buckhorn vs. Freddie's, Betts Field; S&K Scope Mounts vs. American Legion, Foley Field
9 p.m.: Kwik Fill vs. Klenowski Law, Betts Field
Home run leaders (games submitted to newspaper): Tim Munksgard (Mangione) 5, Scott Chase (Mangione) 4, Nick Bryan (S&K) 2, Rich Geer (Buckhorn) 2
Roy Swanson had the low gross of 33, and six golfers each had low net at 32, on Monday in the Blueberry Senior League.
Gross: Roy Swanson 33, Dick Merenick 37, Urban Bires 38, Jerry Carr 42
Net: Jim McMeans 32, Ken Miller 32, Kenny Rowland 32, Jim McMillen 32, Bob Buerkle 32, Clifford Jenkins 32
Birdies: Roy Swanson 3, Dick Merenick 2, Urban Bires 1, Pat Hultquist 1, Jim McMeans 1, Gary Breese 1, Ralph Gallo 1, Larry Anderson 1
Team standings: Morning Sun 23.5, Midtown Motors 23, Alabaugh's Radiators 23, WACOPSE 22.5, Blueberry Pro Shop 22.5, RalphE's Pub 21.5, A&M Well Service 21.5, Ed Shults of Warren 20.5, Moose Club 19.5, Eagles Club 18.5, Howe's 18.5, Voty 17.5, American Legion 17, KCS Energy 14.5, Jones Chevrolet 13.5, Elks Club 11.