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Youth Leagues Roundup

| Friday, June 2, 2006

Allegheny River League, Bronco

Cloa 9, North South Buffalo Eagles 8 — For Cloa, Zach Bryner singled and doubled twice, Thomas Weremeychik doubled twice and Michael Shaw singled. For N.S.B. Eagles, Cody Caniecki singled twice and doubled twice and Mandy Brentensky played well defensively.

Valley CLOA 10, North/South Buffalo Bison 5— For Valley CLOA, Nathan Pleva doubled, Tyler Miller singled twice and Thomas Weremeychik homered. For N.S.B. Bison, Levi Negley and Joel Caporali singled twice.

Valley CLOA 10, North/South Buffalo Bison 5 — For Valley CLOA, Nathan Pleva pitched well and doubled, Thomas Weremeychik homered, and Tyler Miller singled twice.

A-K Valley Juniors

Deer Lakes Red Wings 5, Freeport B&J's Sporting Goods 3 — For the Deer Lakes Red Wings, Cam Posney doubled, Christian Colton singled and Casey Smith pitched well. For Freeport, Tyler Thompson and Nick Venturino had two hits.

A-K Majors

Lower Valley Krivan Club 14, Freeport Cubs 2 — For Lower Valley, Joey Killian homered twice and singled, Mitchell Paskorz doubled and singled three times, and Erick Takach singled twice and pitched well. For the Cubs, Brendan Lynch homered and doubled, and Ethen McCormick doubled.

A-K Valley Minors

Century-21 10, Leechburg Yankees 5 — For Century-21, Danny Stariha singled twice, T.J. Previni and Jason Schall both singled. For Leechburg, R.J. Rich singled twice, and Wesley Gibson struck out seven.

Softball

Alle-Kiski ASA (15-under) Ford City Patriots 21, West Sunbury 7 — For Ford City, Megan Berry doubled twice, Anna Lasslo tripled twice and doubled and Halli Jack singled twice.

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