Chester team reaches finals

YOUNGSTOWN – Chester’s Oldtimers advanced to the championship game of the 50+ Baseball League with a 2-0 win over Boardman on Sunday at Pemberton Park.

It’s the fourth straight year Chester has made it to the title game.

Bill Sattler scattered three hits in the shutout on the mound. Lou Ward’s two-run double sparked Chester offensively. Mark Swartzfiger had two hits.

Chester advances to meet the winner of Greenville (Pa.)-Boardman at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday at Pemberton Park. If Chester should lose on Saturday, it would play again at 1 p.m. on Sunday to decide the title in the double-elimination tournament.

Oak Glen opens CC?season

ST. MARY’S, W.Va. – The Oak Glen girls and boys cross country team kicked off its season on Saturday at the Autumn Classic.

The Oak Glen girls finished third out of 15 fell teams and the boys were 16th out of 16.



Felicity Nolder – 6th place (23:37)

Emmy Severs – 22nd Place (24:56)

Olivia Arneault – 23rd Place (25:05)

Toni Powell – 25th Place (25:15)

Tori Fryer – 38th Place (25:55)

Kim Smith – 71st Place (29:15)

Allison Click – 78th Place (29:58)

Briana Logston – 83rd Place (30:24)

Kaylee Coble – 87th Place (30:34)

Alyson Snow – 100th Place (32:07)

Mackenzie Mayhew – 110th Place (35:51)


Cody Warren – 62nd Place (21:37)

Matt McCune – 75th Place (22:08)

Dakota Graves – 87th Place (22:43)

Connor Rosenlieb – 108th Place (23:42)

Jesse Lantz – 115th Place (24:10)

Jeff Coble – 123rd Place (24:44)

Justin Gumm – 143rd Place (28:09)

Shane Rhule – 145th Place (28:24)