Pittston Township held off a late rally from Northwest to capture the annual Januzzi’s Tournament at Wyoming/West Wyoming Little League by a score of 9-7.
Winning pitcher Mike Domarasky came on in relief and recorded seven strikeouts. Pittston Township scored four runs in the second on singles by Quinn Tracy, Steve Sklanka and Justin Martinelli. Ron Musto and Sklanka drove in runs in the four-run fourth.
Twenty-two teams participated in the annual tournament.
With the help of a Matt Edwards grand slam, Duryea American Legion held off Pagnotti Funeral Home, 9-5, to win the annual Savo’s Tournament.
Edwards had an RBI double in Legion’s three-run first prior to hitting his slam in the second. Chris Sobeski picked up the win for the Legion by tossing all six innings. Sobeski struck out six. Pagnotti’s Mark Mattie had two of the team’s five hits, while striking out 14 on the mound. Ryan Fox scored two runs for Pagnotti.
Jenkins Township left the bases loaded in the Section 3 Little League title game against Camp Hill, and eventually lost 4-1 at John Drouse Memorial Park.
After Camp Hill took a 3-0 lead in the top of the third, Jenkins Township scored its first run when Steve Kivak’s single scored Steve Barnic. In the final inning, John Drouse, who’s grandfather was the field’s namesake, came to the box with the bases loaded and the locals down 4-1.
Drouse worked a full count before going down swinging.
Members of the 1976 Seton Catholic girls basketball team attended the Cathy Rush Basketball Camp in Mountainhome. Guest speakers at the camp were former NBA player Doug Collins, Basketball Wizard “Crazy” George Schauer and former Philadelphia University head basketball coach Herb Magee.
Rush, a coach in the Philadelphia area, was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2000, the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame in 2005, and the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2008.
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