Eisenhower defensive back/wide receiver Carter Farrell has been selected to participate in the 2014 District 10 Football All-Star game at June 14 at Thiel College.
During the event, two student athletes from each squad will be recognized for outstanding academic achievement, community service, and leadership, through the awarding of scholarships for attending higher education next year. Each organization will also be recognizing the Coaches of the Year for each organization from the 2013 season last fall.
The South Team will be made up of schools from the Western Pennsylvania Football Coaches Association, which is actually in its 24th year of sponsoring an all-star game. However, this will be the third year that they will be playing the northern region of District 10 and the newer NWPFCA. Both rosters consist of graduating seniors from District 10 schools along with a handful of District 9 schools, and players have been selected from schools as far south as Karns City and Wilmington to as far north as Erie and North East, featuring many players who were All-State selections and most of the players will be playing at the collegiate level.
Kickoff for the 2014 all-star game is scheduled for 7 p.m. Immediately following the game, two players from each team will be recognized as the Most Outstanding Offensive Player and Most Outstanding Defensive Player.
Youth football camp
The Northern Area Youth Football camp will be held Monday through Thursday, June 16 to 19. Players will meet at the Eisenhower High School football field. Anyone wanting to register can at the ticket booth the night of the event.
Here are last week’s game results, standings, home run leaders, and this week’s schedule for the Friday Night Co-Ed Softball League at Betts Park:
Wendy’s Cafe/Grumpy’s 23, Curtis Contracting Catfish 13
Pascuzzi Acct & Tax Service 23, Shenanigans 4
Sheffield Sports Boosters 24, Fat Daddy’s 11
United Refining 11, Sheffield Sports Boosters 1
Fat Daddy’s 18, Concrete Unlimited 8
Thundercats 25, Geraci & Co Accounting 11
Thundercats 13, Shenanigans 11
United Refining 3-0
Wendy’s Cafe/Grumpy’s 3-0
Pascuzzi Acct & Tax Service 2-1
Curtis Contracting Catfish 2-2
Geraci & Co. Accounting 2-2
Sheffield Sports Boosters 2-2
Fat Daddy’s 1-2
Concrete Unlimited 0-3
Home Run Leaders: Josh Watson (Geraci & Co Accounting) 8, Doug Trapani (Wendy’s Cafe/Grumpy’s) 7, Wes Schwanke (Thundercats) 5, Brandon Schott (United Refining) 5, Dave Stuart (Curtis Contracting Catfish) 4, Zach Spinks (Fat Daddy’s) 4, Mark Crossley (Pascuzzi Acct & Tax Service) 3, Andrew Morrison (Pascuzzi Acct & Tax Service) 3, Cody Vincent (United Refining) 3, Josh Abbey (Wendy’s Cafe/Grumpy’s) 3
This week’s schedule
Week 6 – 6/13/14
6:30: Shenanigans vs. Geraci & Co Accounting
7:45: Wendy’s Cafe/Grumpy’s vs. United Refining
9:00: Concrete Unlimited vs. United Refining
6:30: Thundercats vs. Concrete Unlimited
7:45: Fat Daddy’s vs. Curtis Contracting Catfish
9:00: Sheffield Sports Boosters vs. Pascuzzi Acct & Tax Service
6:30: Pascuzzi Acct & Tax Service vs. Fat Daddy’s
Matt DeLong shot a 36 for low gross and Greg Certo and Derek Harrison tied at 32 for low net in the Cable Hollow 2-Man Golf League. Through June 10’s competition, the team of Greg Senyo/Chuck Hazeltine leads with 87 total points, Shawn Williams/Bill Kuppinger are in second with 86, and Roger VanEvery/Gregg Kolstee are third with 85.5.
In the Fitch Disposal Scramble League at Cable Hollow, Mark Kulka/Bob Hunter had the low gross of 33 and Dave Bortz/Rick Nasman tied with Terry Moldovan/Justin Norris with 34 for the low net. Bob Orbanic/Richard Schuler lead the season standings with 42 points, Robin Copely/Jamie Steffan have 41.5, and Kulka/Hunter have 39.
The team of Rick and Jeff Eaton shot a 1-under 35 for the low round in the Peterson-Blick Scratch League at Blueberry Hill Golf Course. Kyle Wilson and Jerry Nelson finished second at an even par 36.
Jerry Bancroft had the nine-hole low gross of 35 at Men’s Day Thursday at Conewango Valley Country Club.
First flight: Jerry Bancroft 35, Doug Swanson 36, Dick Kimball 36
Second flight: Bill Andrews 36, Bob Gray 38
Third flight: Gary Evans 40, John Zawacki 41, Joe Hedman 41
Fourth flight: Myron Turfitt 39, Larry Vicini 41
Fifth flight: Bob Follett 45, Ed Kavanaugh 48
Over 30 softball
Dave Johnson homered and doubled for Meridian Hardwood in a 21-6 Over 30 Modified Softball League win over American Legion. Drew Wilcox doubled twice and tripled for Meridian, which slugged out 24 hits in the win.
Meridian Hardwood 0(11)3 61 – 21 24
American Legion 110 22 – 6 11
2b-B. Thurman (M), Johnson (M), Vanatta (M), Wilcox (M) 2. 3b-Wilcox (M). HR-Johnson (M), Bob Mika (M). WP-Johnson.