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April 12th, 2012

Johnsonburg baseball uses stellar pitching for 5-0 shutout

April 13, 2012

Pitching was the order of the day at Sandy Beach.
Johnsonburg had more than enough of it for the victory.
Johnsonburg used a trio of pitchers for a 5-0 Ram win over Ridgway baseball Thursday afternoon at Sandy Beach Recreational Park.
"Cole (Peterson) threw well, Mitchell (Holmberg) came in and threw a nice game, especially in the fourth inning getting out of it. Quinn (Luhr) pitched well," Johnsonburg coach Jeff Peterson said. "Defensively, we played real well again."
Johnsonburg pitching finished with a combined 13 strikeouts of Ridgway hitting.

Lady Elkers get bats swinging in 15-10 victory

April 13, 2012

JOHNSONBURG – A 17-hit outburst Thursday afternoon fueled a 15-10 win over rival Johnsonburg for the Lady Elkers' first win of the 2012 season.
Ridgway starting pitcher Taylor Roseto, going the distance for the first time this season after being on a pitch count due to injury rehabilitation, put up nine strikeouts and set down the side in order three times en route to her first win of the year.

Loaded pitching, infield powering Rams baseball

April 13, 2012

JOHNSONBURG – Despite fielding a small team for the 2012 baseball season, the Johnsonburg Rams have made some noise early with solid pitching and a quick infield, and look to contend in the competitive District 9 scene.
"We knew our numbers were low but the players in the bottom of the lineup are starting to show some life at the plate and they've improved defensively," Johnsonburg head baseball coach Jeff Peterson said. "That's mixing well with the rest of the team. We definitely had a positive outlook at the beginning of the season and we knew we had real good pitching coming back.

Youthful Elkers progressing through new baseball season with early wins

April 13, 2012

Ridgway baseball has turned the page after a 4-win 2011 season.
The Elkers come into this new season with new faces in key positions and just two returning starters.

Back in business

April 13, 2012

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Thursday afternoon for Ling Ling Chinese Restaurant at 201 Main St. in downtown Ridgway. Shown, from left, Tina Aiello, Ed Aiello, Chang Yao Jiang, Ridgway Mayor Dr. Guillermo Udarbe, Danfeng Chen, Mu Jin Dong, Heather Serafini, Ridgway-Elk County Chamber of Commerce Administrative Assistant Mary Kucenski, and Ridgway Borough Manager Martin Schuller.

Supervisors receive positive fiscal audit

April 13, 2012

BROCKPORT – The Horton Township Board of Supervisors announced receiving a positive audit for the 2011 financial year during Wednesday night's regular meeting.
The audit was conducted by township auditors Rita Thompson, Jennifer Wolfe and Daniel Lines.
Chairman Jeff Johnson read aloud a letter sent to the township from Lines.

ECCSS to incorporate iPads into curriculum

April 13, 2012

ST. MARYS – Beginning in the fall, the Elk County Catholic School System will incorporate iPads into their curriculum.

Straub's fishing program under way

April 13, 2012

ST. MARYS – With trout season set to begin in the region on April 14, the Straub Brewery's annual Fishing Program was under way Thursday, with 75 tagged trout to be stocked in area waterways.
Don "Flip" Bobenrieth, sales representative for Straub's north central market, began the day by picking up the rainbow trout, ranging in size from 19 to 26 inches long, from the Lake Clear Creek Fish and Deer Farm in Emporium.
"I went down this morning and got them. Yesterday we stocked Emporium and today we'll be stocking the other creeks in DuBois, Johnsonburg, and Brockway," Bobenrieth said.

Ridgway softball to lean on seniors as season goes on

April 13, 2012

As the new season has progressed, Ridgway softball is looking to lean on five seniors to help the Lady Elkers improve.
Ridgway’s seniors are Morgan Herzing, Sam Kovalyak, Sydney Kovalyak, Melissa Wehler and Ashley Viglione.
“We’re going to look to those five for senior leadership and step it up from what they did last year because a lot of them were successful last year,” Ridgway coach Gary Gerber II said.

Thefts put Jay Twp. residents on alert

April 13, 2012

JAY TWP. - The Pennsylvania State Police have issued a warning to Jay Township residents urging them to lock their vehicles and take valuable items inside following a recent string of burglaries and thefts from motor vehicles in the area.
Trooper Craig A. Smith, the investigating officer in two recent thefts from a motor vehicle, said the criminal activity has peaked within the last month and the investigation has yet to yield any suspects.

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