Golfers win tourney
SALEM — Mollie Boney shot an 80-76—156 to lead the women’s golf team to the championship of the YSU Invitational.
Dayton (635) finished six strokes behind the Penguins (629) while Detroit-Mercy was third, 10 strokes off the pace.
YSU’s Kathryn Rogner, who shot 76 to lead after one day, also had a two-day 156 total.
Soccer team falls to
E. Tennessee, 3-2
JACKSONVILLE, Ala. — A header with 77:15 remaining gave East Tennessee a 3-2 win over the YSU soccer team.
The Penguins scored two goals against the Buccaneers and took the lead in the second half.
YSU’s Carrie Wack and Caitlin Lee were named to the all-tournament team.
YOUNGSTOWN — Tickets for Saturday’s football game between Mooney and Warren Harding at Fitch High’s Falcons Stadium are on sale through Friday at Mooney’s main office. Sale hours are 7 a.m.-3 p.m.
Advance prices are $6 for adults and $4 for students. All tickets at the gate will cost $6. Parking will be available at Austintown Middle School on Raccoon Road.
Mooney (3-0) is ranked 15th in the country by Rivals.com this week.
Mooney is not the only Ohio team in the ranking — Cincinnati St. Xavier is third, Cincinnati Colerain is 30th and Cincinnati Elder is 34th.
YOUNGSTOWN — Dan McCarthy, a senior quarterback at Cardinal Mooney, is this week’s Steel Valley Conference football player of the week.
In a 34-0 win over Akron Hoban, McCarthy returned a punt 70 yards for a touchdown, ran 13 yards for another score and he completed a 24-yard pass to Tim Marlowe for a touchdown.
A Notre Dame recruit, McCarthy completed five of six passes for 116 yards.
SALEM — The Salem Community Center will have a Fall Dodgeball League. Groups register as a team, and teams may be co-ed. Players must be age 15 and over, with 8-10 players on a team.
Teams must be registered by Sept. 28. The registration fee is nonrefundable. Games will be played on Sunday evenings from Oct. 21-Dec. 23.
Arco Club bocce
YOUNGSTOWN — The Arco Club for Veterans closed its summer bocce season with two banquets this weekend at Nancy's Place Restaurant.
Led by June Palermo, The Dash Inn won a three-game match over United Sales and Service.
Other members of the winning team are Jodi Bellish, Donna Maiorana, Kim Kuherich, Angie Mudrinich, Brenda Collinsworth and Mary Wesolorosky.
In the Men's Division of the 26-team league, Coppola Realty Services outlasted Louie's Barbershop in the final match.
The winner's Most Valuable Player was John Mastro. Also on the winning team are Tom Coppola, Richard Devensentis, Ray DeCarlo, Lou Muche and Dan Novello.
AUSTINTOWN — Austintown Fitch High will sell football tickets every Wednesday and Thursday in the school’s Southwest ticket booth from 6-7:30 p.m.
Trumbull Co. sports
hall of fame banquet
WARREN — The Trumbull County Sports Hall of Fame banquet will be held on Nov. 4 at the Golden Gate Banquet Hall.
The induction class includes Bill Bohren (football coach), Dave Burcham (media), Kim Calhoun (basketball⁄softball), Fred Faiver (baseball), Rudy Hubbard (football coach), Bobby Jones (football), Rich Lemon (football), Les Nagy (track and field), Chuck Potashnik (baseball), Phil Ragazzo (football), Korey Stringer (football) and Tony Zill (boxing).
For tickets call (330) 540-2733.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. — The Presidents' Athletic Conference named Westminster College sophomore April Scudere as its PAC Women's Tennis Player of the Week.
Scudere (Brookfield) was a perfect 4-0 for the Titans last week, registering two wins at No. 1 singles and a pair of wins at No. 2 doubles with classmate Hilary Newman.
Vindicator staff⁄wire reports