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Mercyhurst University lost 5-3 in 12 innings to Millersville on Friday to knock the Lakers out of the NCAA Division II Regionals. Seton Hill won the tournament and will be going on to Cary, N.C., for the DII World Series starting May 24.

Hank Morrison, a sophomore, was 2-for-4 in that final game and the Warren Area High School graduate finished the season with a .322 overall batting average and .347 average in PSAC conference. He had three home runs and 33 RBI in 43 games. He vastly improved from last year hitting .273 overall and .255 in conference. He finished with a .987 fielding percentage as starting first baseman.

Morrison now gets a week off and then heads to Hornell, N.Y., where he will play a 40-to-50 game season with the Hornell Dodgers of the New York Collegiate Baseball League.

Golf results

Here are results of the 2014 Womens Scamble League Monday at Conewango Valley Country Club:

Barb Wilson/Judy McGinn 44; Betsy Williams/Karen Coombs 44; Marlene Sandberg/Anita Pellegrino 48; Deb Vicini/Jen Olsen 48; Linda Ditka/ Betsy Senger 49; Kirsten Turfitt/Morgan Smith 49; Joyce Puleo/Nancy Shattuck 49; Ruth Derby/Lana Creal 51; Marysue See/Janeal Hedman 55; Michelle Lauffenburger/Cindy Jarzab 57; Jackie Kavanaugh/Cathy Zawacki 58; Andrea Sedon/Andrea Kolpack 58

Hallie Dubia had the low gross of 78 this week at Cable Hollow Golf Course in the Tim Horton’s Ladies Golf Tour League, with Stableford scoring (next match is 9 a.m. June 16 at Blueberry Hill).

Flight A: Jennifer Flanagan+3, Sue Gross, Leslie Shellenbarger +2, Sonia Probst +1

Flight B: Emily Comstock, Julie Lescynski +3, Marsha Anderson, Marty Carcione, Lee Spangler -3

Flight C: Gayle Ul +6, Cindy Paulmier, Sandy Haines +5, Jan Schepis+3

Flight D: Becky McClintock +9, Laura Martin +7, Darielle Hoden +4

Blue & White tennis

The Warren Tennis Boosters will host the Blue & White Tennis Classic starting at 4 p.m. Friday at the Betts Tennis Courts in Warren. This event is free and will see tennis action between the 2014 boys and girls, sdults, former Dragons and future Dragons. All area tennis playing adults are encouraged to participate. Play will continue through 10 p.m. (under the lights) with a picnic dinner provided by the Warren Tennis Boosters at around 6 p.m.

This will be the final appearance of the 2014 Dragon boys tennis team, which finished the regular season undefeated.

Dragons tennis

Warren’s girls high school tennis team is undergoing two major changes for the fall of 2014; a co-op for tennis has been formed between the Warren and Eisenhower High School. EHS girls in grades 9-through-12 may now play on the co-op tennis team.

Since 1993, the Dragons have competed with Class AA status in District 10. In that time, the Dragons have won five doubles and singles championships. The new Class AAA schools are Oil City, Central, McDowell, Fairview and now Warren.

“We will still play several of the double-A schools, but triple-A has their own D10 Team Championship Tournament in which the top two schools with the best records will participate,” said Warren girls tennis coach Jeff Bartsch. The einner of that team championship will move on to the PIAA Championships.

Varsity slate

Here is the varsity sports slate for county high school playoff teams through Saturday, May 24:

THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE

Softball: Warren vs. Corry, District 10 Class AAA playoff semifinals, Penn State Behrend, 1 p.m.

Baseball: Eisenhower vs. Rocky Grove, District 10 Class A playoff semifinals, Northwestern High School, 6:30 p.m.

FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE

Track: Warren athletes at PIAA Class AAA Track Championships, Shippensburg University

SATURDAY’S SCHEDULE

Track: Warren athletes at PIAA Class AAA Track Championships, Shippensburg University