Sports Briefly…05/09/13

Varsity slate

Here is the varsity slate of action for county spring sports teams for Thursday, May 9 through Tuesday, May 14:


Softball: Fort LeBoeuf at Warren, 4 p.m.

Youngsville at Titusville, 4 p.m.

Eisenhower at Rocky Grove, 4 p.m.

Track: Warren County Track Meet, at War Memorial Field, 3 p.m.

Baseball: Eisenhower at Iroquois, 4 p.m.


Tennis: District 10 Team Tournament, TBA

Track: Sheffield at Northern Tier Meet, 4 p.m.

Softball: Eisenhower at Panama (NY), 4:30 p.m.

Franklin at Youngsville, 4 p.m.

Baseball: Eisenhower at Fairview, 4 p.m.

Franklin at Youngsville, 4 p.m.


Baseball: Titusville at Warren, 4 p.m.

Eisenhower at Jamestown (NY), 11 a.m.

Softball: Warren at Corry, 4 p.m.


Baseball: Warren at Fort LeBoeuf, 4 p.m.

Eisenhower at Youngsville, 4 p.m.

Track: Eisenhower at Johnsonburg, 4 p.m.


Softball: Warren at McDowell, 4 p.m.

Franklin at Youngsville, 4 p.m.

Eisenhower at Iroquois, 4 p.m.

Late Over 30

Mangione Beverage’s four-run first inning was highlighted by Tim Munksgard’s homer and the Beermen never let up in a dominant 18-1 win over CMFS/Miraclean in late Over 30 Modified Softball League action Tuesday at Betts Park.

Randy Chase, Josh Egger and Scott Chase had three hits each for the winners and Ed Baldensperger scattered four hits over five innings. Ryan Johnson was 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI for CMFS/Miraclean.

CMFS/Miraclean 000 10 – 1 4

Mangione Beverage 458 10 – 18 20

2b-Ryan Johnson (C), Jake Tache (M), Randy Chase (M), Scott Chase (M), Josh Egger (M), Mark Ordiway (M), Jim Dickson (M), Scott Wilson (M). 3b-Randy Chase (M), Tim Munksgard (M). HR-Scott Chase (M), Munksgard (M). WP-Ed Baldensperger.

EHS football

The Eisenhower Knights football team will host its 9th Annual Northern Area Youth Football Camp on June 17-20 at Eisenhower High School. Any youth aged 8-12 who would like to attend needs to get a permission form signed in order to participate. Forms can be attained by contacting coach Jim Penley at 489-7832, through the school district e-mail or by stopping by the EHS office.

The camp will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on June 17-20 at the EHS football field. The camp teaches basic football skills, teamwork and includes a punt, pass and kick championship and a 7-on-7 tournament.

Winners of the championship and tournament get a trophy and medals. Walkups will be accepted when the camp starts, but anyone who gets the signup form turned in by June 5 will get a free camp t-shirt. For more information, contact Penley at 489-7832.

Golf results

Bill Martin, Henry Beitsinger, Frank Suppa and Bill Young all had birdies during Youngsville Area Senior Golf League play Tuesday at Maplehurst Country Club. Gary Wood finished the round with both the low gross and low net scores.

Mary Conarro had low gross of 47 and Debbie Vecellio and Deb Vicini shared low net of 39 in Ladies Tuesday Golf League play at Conewango Valley Country Club. Here are the complete results from the round:

First Flight: Low gross- Mary Conarro 47; Low net- Deb Vicini 39; Event (3 blind mice)- Judy McGinn 33; 18-hole low gross- Mary Conarro 94; 18-hole low net- Betsy Senger 74

Second Flight: Low gross- Linda Ditka 55; Low net- Robbin Price 41; Event- Judy Dale 38; 18-hole low gross- Judy Dale 108; 18-hole low net- Robbin Price 79

Third Flight: Low gross- Pat Phillips 61; Low net- Debbie Vecellio 39; Event- Kirsten Turfitt 42; 18-hole low gross- Leslie Baldensperger 121; 18-hole low net- Deb Leofsky 78


The Franklin at Youngsville baseball game originally scheduled for Wednesday was postponed. The game will be made up at 4 p.m., Friday, at Davis Street Field in Youngsville.

The Eisenhower at Iroquois baseball game originally scheduled for Wednesday was postponed. The game will be made up at 4 p.m., Thursday, in Lawrence Park.


Sheffield’s Kyle Corbin won the 110-meter hurdles and placed third in the triple jump for the Wolverines during a tri-meet with Northern Potter and Oswayo Valley, Tuesday, at Northern Potter High School. He was incorrectly identified as Kyle Holden in Wednesday’s Times Observer.