SOMERSET — The team of Al Wheeler, Bob Smith and Bernice Hoctor combined to scatter 2,015 pins for first place honors in senior bowling Friday at Terrace Lanes Bowling Center.
Second place (1,931) was won by the team of Mickey Talley, Linda Werfel and Joan Lizambri while Ron Pugh, Floyd Miller and Jim Maust (1,916) placed third.
600 Series: 665 Vic Latuch, 604 Al Wheeler
500 Series: 577 Ron Pugh, 568 Mickey Talley, 553 Jerry Chabol, 549 Dave Hause, 547 Jim Sleek, 530 Floyd Miller, 523 Ray Smith, 520 Linda Werfel, 519 Bob Smith, 512 Bob Bittner, 506 Vic Wheeler.
High games: 269-206 Vic Latuch, 227 Mickey Talley, 220-202 Al Wheeler, 213 Dave Wood, 207 Dave Hause, 207 Ron Pugh, 206 Jerry Chabol, 206 Bob Bittner.
Bowling will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Names will be drawn at 9:45 a.m. Bowling will start at 10 a.m. Wednesday will be 9 pin no tap format.
Sports reporting deadline
The Daily American has a new deadline for reporting sports events. All events must be reported no later than 9:45 p.m. each day in order to be published in the next day's newspaper. There will be no exceptions to the deadline.
Attention varsity baseball and softball coaches: the Daily American needs your team photo by April 19 to run with our good luck pages.
Everyone in the photo must be identified. Please submit photo via email as a JPG attachment. Please include the names of everyone in the photo in the body of the email.
New softball league
GRANTSVILLE, Md. — A new women's slow-pitch softball league is being organized in Grantsville, Md.
An organizational meeting will be held 6:30 p.m. May 1 at the Grantsville Park. Any team interested in joining the league is asked to send a representative to the meeting. Agenda items to be discussed at the meeting include bylaws, umpires and playoffs.
Questions may be directed to Alisa Miller at 814-289-5084.
Athletic committee meeting
HARNEDSVILLE — The Turkeyfoot Valley Area School District's athletic committee will meet 6:30 p.m. Monday in the LGI.
The Berlin at Shade baseball and softball games scheduled for Friday were postponed and rescheduled for May 1 at 4:30 p.m., according to Berlin athletic director Tanner Prosser.
Shade will makeup baseball and softball games with Shanksville on May 10 at 4:30 p.m. The Panthers will compete with Berlin and McConnellsburg at Chestnut Ridge in track and field May 9.
Somerset softball games for Friday, at Penn Cambria, and today, at Rockwood, were postponed.
SHANKSVILLE — Shanksville's junior high boys basketball team won it 17th straight game, 65-19, over Tukeyfoot Friday.
All Viking players scored points for the second time in as many games. Jesse Bittner led the way with 14 points. Will Brant and Aaron Smith netted 12 each. Adam Struky added 10 points.
Shanksville travels to Davidsville on Monday to play the Conemaugh Township Indians at 4 p.m.
Shanksville 29, Turkeyfoot 8
SHANKSVILLE — Trista Stutzman dropped in a game-high 14 points in Shanksville's 29-8 girls junior high basketball win over Turkeyfoot Friday.
Aly Platt and Kassidy Cable had four points each.
Turkeyfoot's Ariana Cain scored four points in the loss.
The Lady Vikings (8-7) play at Conemaugh Township on Monday.