Here are opening dates, by division, for the Warren County Little League all-stars (complete brackets at www.wcybsa.org), beginning with the Warren Girls Majors at 6 p.m. Monday at St. Marys:
GIRLS MAJORS, 11-12 (8 teams)
Photo submitted to Times Observer
The Warren Warriors 14U travel baseball team finished second in the Kirtland, Ohio, baseball tournament this weekend. The Warriors defeated Mentor Red, 8-0, and Lake Erie Storm, 4-0, before losing, 6-5, to the Milan Warriors in the bottom of the last inning in the final. Warren Warriors players that participated in the tournament include, front row, from left, Chase Elmquist, Aidan Morrison, Colby Johnson and Owen Balas and, back row, Drake Gens, Adam Irwin, Braidy Blair, Nate Betts and Lance Baldensperger. Missing from photo is Jackson Knupp.
Monday, June 16: Warren vs. St. Marys, at St. Marys, 6 p.m.
BOYS MAJORS, 11-12 (12 teams)
Monday, June 23: Warren Americans vs. Kane, Betts-Jackson Field, Warren, 6 p.m.
Wednesday, June 25: Warren Nationals vs. winner of Bradford/Smethport-Mt. Jewett, TBA
BOYS MINORS, 9-10 (11 teams)
Tuesday, June 24: Warren Nationals vs. Smethport-Mt. Jewett, at Smethport-Mt. Jewett, 6 p.m.
Thursday, June 26: Warren Americans vs. Kane, at Kane, 6 p.m.
BOYS JUNIORS, 13-14 (9 teams)
Saturday, June 28: Warren vs. Smethport-Mt. Jewett, at Smethport-Mt. Jewett, 4 p.m.
GIRLS MINORS, 9-10 (9 teams)
Thursday, June 26: Warren vs. St. Marys, at Hawbaker Field, Warren, 6 p.m.
Here is Monday's Valley Girls Slowpitch Softball League schedule at Betts Park:
6:30 p.m.: A&B Lawn Care at Fairmont Tavern, Betts; Straussberg/RalphE's at Mike's Townline Service, Foley; United Refining Company at Sons of AmVets Post 50, Brown
8 p.m.: Park Ave. Motor Car at Straussberg/RalphE's, Betts; Crescent Beer at Mike's Townline Service, Foley
Roy Swanson had the low gross of 35, and Bob Preston the low net of 27, in the Warren County Industrial Golf League Thursday at Blueberry Hill Golf Course.
Team standings (total/last event): 1. Sheffield Timber Service 233.5/36; 2. Northwest Savings No. 2 224.5/32.5; 3. Voty Insurance 220/33.5; 4. United Refining 217.5/26; 5. Northwest Savings No. 1 211/28; 6. Allegheny Security LLC 210/27.5; 7. RalphE's Pub 206/34; 8. Rolling Express 205/26.5; 8. Larson Painting 205/34; 10. Crossett 203/28.5; 11. Jones Chevrolet 194/26; 12. Whirley DrinkWorks 177/26.5; 13. VFW Post 314 165.5/33.5; 14. Waste Treatment Corp. 163.5/24
The team of Myron Turfitt and Kirsten Turfitt and Ashton Ditka and Linda Ditka finished first on Friday in the Conewango Valley Country Club Couples 1 Plus 3 Tournament with a score of 62. The team of Jim Senger and Betsy Senger and Vance Lauffenburger and Michelle Lauffenburger finished second at 63.
Denny Ayers had the low gross of 35, and Al Ludwick, Walt Kaper and Larry Spencer each shot the low net of 30, on Friday in the Cable Hollow Senior Men's Golf League.
Most points: Al Suchar 9
Most pars: Larry Spencer 6, Denny Ayers 6
Birdies: Al Ludwick 3, Ayers 2, Pat Hultquist 1, Walt Kaper 1, Dave Youngberg 1, Terry English 1, Spencer 1, Jeff Carlson 1, Bob Bacchetti 1
Team standings: Eastern Division-1. Maple Place Farms 152, 2. WACOPSE 146, 3. Kirkpatrick Pest Control 145, 4. Sawmill Stumpies 141, 5. Dick and 3 Duffers 131.5, 6. Total Metal Buildings 128.5, 7. Cable Hollow Golf 125.5, 8. Warren Tire Center 124, 9. United Refining I 122.5, 10. Landmark Electric 116, 11. Jones Chevrolet 109; Western Division-1. Conn & Company 156, 2. Moose Club 154.5, 3. Community Resources 145.5, 4. Pete's Team 144.5, 5. United Refining II 138.5, 6. Dave's Deer Hunters 138, 7. CTI 135.5, 8. Mike's Townline 133.5, 9. Cliff's Team 130, 10. Howard Hanna Daley Real Estate 129.5, 11. Dave G's Team 125
Warren Area High School graduate Hank Morrison was named a second-team 2014 ECAC Division II Baseball All-Star at first base after his sophomore season at Mercyhurst University. Morrison batted .322 with three home runs and 33 RBI in 43 games for the Lakers. He was second on the team with a .458 slugging percentage.
Morrison is currently hitting .327 and batting cleanup for the Hornell Dodgers of the 16-team New York Collegiate Baseball League.