Sports at a glance
Foursome wins at Sylvan
HOLLIDAYSBURG — The team of Daneen Litz, Sue Mielnik, Rosey McCoy and Connie Angeski won the scramble event at the Sylvan Hills Golf Club this week.
Second-place honors went to Mary Jane Terza, Melissa Fetzer, Bonnie Deem and Pam Riley. Third place went to the team of Brenda Flick, Evie Monahan, Carol Young and Maddy Shea.
Longest drive honors went to Linda Wise, Litz and Monahan.
In men’s action, the team of Randy Boland, Jim Brown, Tom Shea and Joe DeAntonio won the Butch Focht Senior League event.
Second-place honors went to the team of Pat Dunn, Dave Biselli, Rick Strasser and Carl Lear. The third-place team was Dave Johns, John Roland, Gary Zimmerman and Marty Long.
Pens’ owners offering help
PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh Penguins owners Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle are each contributing $100,000 to assist local health outlets dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The joint $200,000 donation will be split equally between Highmark Health and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. The Highmark Health donation is earmarked for creating a mobile COVID-19 testing unit that will focus on under-served populations in the Pittsburgh area.
The donation to UPMC will benefit the UPMC Children’s Hospital Helpers Fund, which supports families and caregivers who are impacted by COVID-19.
Elsewhere in sports:
n Tom Brady’s journey to each of his nine Super Bowls with the New England Patriots will be the subject of an ESPN series released next year. Entitled “The Man in the Arena: Tom Brady,” the nine-episode series will include a look from Brady’s perspective at the six NFL titles and three Super Bowl defeats he was a part of. It should be a rare opportunity for up-close revelations from the usually private quarterback who left New England this year after 20 seasons and now is with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The series will be produced by ESPN, 199 Productions (Brady’s production company) and Gotham Chopra of Religion of Sports.
From Mirror, wire reports