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Creppage has big night in leading Sheetz to City League win

Trenton Creppage had three hits and three RBIs to lead Sheetz to an 11-5 win over Pro Fab Solutions in a Greater City League baseball game Friday night at Vets Field

Sheetz (8-6), which led 4-0 after one inning, also got three hits and two RBIs from Eric Grace. Ryan Slagenweit and Tyler Treese each added two hits.

Luke Mento had two hits and two RBIs for Pro Fab (3-11). Teammate Caleb Jandora added two hits.

SHEETZ (11): Huntsman ss 500, Treese cf 532, Slagenweit lf 522, Grace dh 323, Pufka 2b 000, Moist p 000, Mock 3b 421, Creppage 2b -p 403, E. Sanders rf 401, N. Sanders c 411, DeGenarro 1b 311. Totals: 37-11-16

PRO FAB SOLUTIONS (5): B. Hoover ss 411, Jandora p-2b 312, Weiland 3b 311, Mento 2b-p 402, Grazier rf 401, J. Barton c 200, B. Gergely lf 300, M. Barton cf 311, Nichols 1b 311. Totals: 29-5-9

SCORE BY INNINGS

Sheetz 401 211 2 — 11 16 1

Pro Fab 003 000 2 — 5 9 2

E–Treese, Weiland 2. 2B–Treese, N. Sanders, Grazier. 3B–Slagenweit, Grace. RBI–Creppage 3, Grace 2, Huntsman, Slagenweit, E. Sanders, N. Sanders, Mento 3, Weiland. WP–Moist. LP–Jandora. SO–Moist 7, Jandora 3, Mento 2. BB–Moist 1, Jandora 2, Mento 1.

Records: Sheetz (8-6), Pro Fab Solutions (3-11)

Still perfect

M&T Bank remained undefeated at 12-0 Friday night, thanks to a 13-3 win over APEX in an Altoona Teener Major League game at Seitz Field.

Jay Albarano had two hits and four RBIs to go with three hits from Brady Steiner. Landon Baker got the win.

Dalton Dean got the loss for APEX (1-12).

Sheetz holds on

Trent Friedenberger scattered six hits over six innings to help Sheetz beat People One, 5-4, in an Altoona Teener Major League game Friday night at Seitz Field.

Friedenberger finished with three strikeouts and no walks.

Sheetz improved to 4-10, despite being out-hit in the game, 7-2.

Derek Hite had two hits for People One (9-5).

Old Timers’ picnic set

Former baseball players from the area are invited to the annual Old Timers’ Baseball Picnic, scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 11 at DelGrosso’s Amusement Park pavilion No. 3.

The event begins with beverages at 3:30 p.m., appetizers at 4, a dinner featuring chicken barbecue and Murf’s Famous Potato Salad and more, at 5 and a raffle drawing at 6 p.m.

Parking is limited, although additional handicap parking spaces will be available this year. These will be on first-come basis. Car-pooling, if possible, is recommended.

The deadline to RSVP is Wednesday, July 27.

The cost is $12 per person and $12 per guest. Checks should be made payable to Old Timers’ Baseball Club and sent to 436 Cedar Blvd, Hollidaysburg, PA, 16648.

Registrations forms are available by calling Gary at 814-502-4105.

Old Timers’ Baseball Club board members are Denny Cowher, John Leamer, Dick Lingenfelter, Steve Sauers, Bill Wolf and Gary Zimmerman Sr., president.

Mount starting HOF

CRESSON — Mount Aloysius College is now accepting nominations for the inaugural class of the new Athletic Hall of Fame.

The Hall of Fame will honor Mountie athletes who have excelled on the field and in their communities, going above and beyond their duties as athletes. All nominations will be considered by the Hall of Fame Committee.

“Being an athlete at Mount Aloysius has always been synonymous with being a leader,” Kevin Kime, athletic director at Mount Aloysius, said. “This new Hall of Fame is a great way to honor the impressive history of athletics at the College.”

The Mount Aloysius Athletics Hall of Fame is located in McLanahan Plaza on the second floor of the Athletic, Convocation, and Wellness Center.

The information will also be available online after the inaugural class is announced.

Hall of Fame recipients will be inducted Oct. 7-9 at this year’s alumni and homecoming weekend.

To learn more about nominations, or to nominate a former Mountie athlete, visit mountieatletics.com under the Support tab.

Local golf

TYRONE — The team of Butch DeCriscio, John Frederick and T.J. Evangelisto shot a 132 to win the 2 Best of 3 Tournament at the Sinking Valley Country Club.

Finishing one stroke back at 133 was the second-place team of Mike Burke, Chris Futrick and Jim Franchio. Third-place honors were earned by Charles Taylor, Chancey Dell and Randy Burkett at 133.

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HOLLIDAYSBURG — Anthony DeGol won the championship of the 2022 Match Play Tournament held at the Scotch Valley Country Club.

DeGol won over Greg Ferguson.

The first flight winner was Justin Ohler, followed by Alex Elliott. Rick Cyman won the second flight over Dave DeGol Sr., while Jason Steinbugl took the third flight over Aaron Harr.

John Sisto captured the fourth flight over Paul Randazzo while Don Beerbower won the fifth flight over Matt Baker.

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