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Park Home goes extra innings for ‘W’

Park Home scored four runs in the top of the 14th inning Monday night to beat ReMax Realty, 9-5, in a Kelley Federation game at Vets Field.Brennan Freiwald had three hits and two RBIs for Park Home (4-3), while teammate Evan Sanders added two RBIs. Connor Sanders and Josh Merritts each had two hits, while Merritts also added an RBI.Evan Sanders, who got the win, struck out 10 and walked one.ReMax (4-3)got two hits each from Blake Nicolini, Tyreke Green, Nic Folcarelli and Marcus Lucas. Nicolini, Green and Lucas also each...

Park Home scored four runs in the top of the 14th inning Monday night to beat ReMax Realty, 9-5, in a Kelley Federation game at Vets Field.

Brennan Freiwald had three hits and two RBIs for Park Home (4-3), while teammate Evan Sanders added two RBIs. Connor Sanders and Josh Merritts each had two hits, while Merritts also added an RBI.

Evan Sanders, who got the win, struck out 10 and walked one.

ReMax (4-3)got two hits each from Blake Nicolini, Tyreke Green, Nic Folcarelli and Marcus Lucas. Nicolini, Green and Lucas also each added an RBI.

PARK HOME (9): Co. Sanders c-eh 622, Merritts 2b-lf 722, Hillard 1b 511, T. Chipperfield ph 100, E. Sanders cf-p 521, Freiwald ss 713, Ca. Sanders 3b-2b 401, Mosley eh-c 600, Kanouff lf-cf 201, Veckov ph-lf-cf 300, Bardelang 3b-p 301, J. Chipperfield ph 100, Tipton rf 511, Greiner ph 100. Totals: 56-5-9

REMAX REALTY (5): Carmel ss-p-ss 611, Lucas lf-c 602, G. Rossman 1b-p-ss-3b 600, H. Rossman c-lf 600, Folcarelli 3b-p 622, Nicolini 2b 512, Colombo 500, Wilson ph 100, Hamel p-1b 300, Green 1b 312, Jenkins rf 300, Westley ph-rf 200, Boreman ph 100. Totals: 56-5-9

SCORE BY INNINGS

Park…….400 100 000 000 04 — 9 13 7

ReMax…010 000 400 000 00 — 5 9 3

E–Hillard 2, Freiwald 2, Merritts, Ca. Sanders, Mosley, Hammel, Nicolini, H. Rossman. 2B–Ca. Sanders, Bardelang, Carmel. 3B–Folcarelli. RBI–E. Sanders 2, Freiwald 2, Ca. Sanders, Hillard, Merritts, Carmel, Lucas, Nicolini, Colombo, Green. WP–E. Sanders. LP–Folcarelli. SO–Bardelang 3, E. Sanders 10, G. Rossman 4, Folcarelli 6. BB–E. Sanders 1, Hammel 5, G. Rossman 2, Carmel 1, Folcarelli 3.

Records: ReMax Realty (4-3), Park Home (4-3)

City League

LILLY — Cody Gallaher had three hits and four RBIs Monday afternoon as Lilly Conrad Chiropractic/American Legion bested Pro Fab Solutions, 16-4, in six innings in a Greater City League game.

Brandon Ickes had three RBIs and Brock Porter added three hits and an RBI for Lilly Conrad (11-0), which led, 3-2, after three innings. Teammates Jim Dunlap and Matt Minor each added two hits and two RBIs while Chad McCoy added two RBIs.

Zach Miller added four hits and an RBI for Pro Fab, which also got three hits and an RBI from Luke Mento.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Lilly Conrad 102 535 X — 16 18

Pro Fab 200 020 X — 4 12

E — Zimmerman, B. Hoover, Gergeley, Jandora (PF). 2B–Gallaher 2, C. McCoy, Porter, Smith (LC), Miller, Jandora, Mento (PF). 3B–R. Ickes (LC) RBI–Gallaher 4, B. Ickes 3, Porter, C. McCoy, Dunlap 2, Minor, Smith (LC), Mento 4. WP–. LP–. SO–. BB–.

Records: Lilly Conrad (11-0), Pro Fab Solutions (2-9)

n The Allegheny Ridge Bats improved to 8-3 with a 6-4 City League win over Blair County Oil atMansion Park.

Ray Watt had two hits and an RBI for the Ridge Bats, who also got two RBIs from Raymond Watt.

Matt Duppsandt and Sean Steffy each had two hits and an RBI for BCO (3-8).

SCORE BY INNINGS

Allegheny 020 022 0 — 6

Blair County Oil 110 001 1 — 4

2B–Steffy, Sweeney (BCO), Watt (ARB). Multiple hits–Duppsandt 2, Steffy 2 (BCO), Watt 2 (ARB). RBI–Steffy, Sweeney, Foose, Duppsandt (BCO), Watt, Ball 2, Gottshall, Karlheim (ARB). WP–Gottshall. LP–Foose. SO–Foose 4, Gottshall 5. BB–Foose 2, Gottshall 1, Krise 2.

Records: Allegheny Ridge Bats (8-3), BCO (3-8)

Teener League

Owen Dombrosky had four hits to lead Redline Nutrition to an 11-1 win over Locker Room in a Senior Babe Ruth Division game in the Altoona Teener League at Penn State Altoona.

Tysen LaRocco got the win with four innings of work. He struck out two, gave up two hits and walked one while giving up a run.

Redline finished with 14 hits while improving to 9-1. Locker Room dropped to 2-7.

n Derek Hite struck out 11 in leading People One to a 9-7 win over LaRocco Counseling in an Altoona Teener Major League game at Seitz Field.

Michael Cacciotti had three hits to go with two hits and two RBIs from Vincent Cacciotti for People One. Dontae Emerick had two hits for LaRocco.

PEOPLE ONE 9, LAROCCO COUNSELING 7: Multiple hits–M. Cacciotti 3, V. Cacciotti 2 (PO), Emerick 2 (LC). WP–Hite. LP–Gibbons. SO–Hite 11, M. Cacciotti 1, Crownover 3, McAllister 1 (PO), Kordish 6, Gibbons 3 (LC). BB–M. Cacciotti 4, Hite 3, Crownover 3, McAllister 1.

Records: People One (9-7), LaRocco Counseling (4-4)

n Guillermo Gaffney had three hits and three RBIs to go with three hits and two RBIs from Gavin Albright as Eldorado Kiwanis beat APEX, 13-2, in an Altoona Teener Major League game at Seitz Field.

Teammate Robbie Maurer-Mullin added two hits and three RBIs to go with two hits and two RBIs from Dante LaRocco.

Josh Nevling had two RBIs for APEC.

ELDORADO KIWANIS 13, APEX 2: Multiple hits: Albright (3), LaRocco, Maurer-Mullin, Gaffney (3), Chaplin (EK) WP- Kraft LP- Nevling SO Kraft (2) Maurer-Mullin (2) (EK) Nevling (2) Maines (1) (A)

Records: Eldorado Kiwanis (9-1); APEX (1-7).

Late Teener

Gavin Albright doubled home Ethan Chaplin and Brayden Winters in the 12th inning to lift Eldorado Kiwanis to a 7-6 win over Barton’s Plumbing & Heating in an Altoona Teener Major League game late Sunday night at Seitz Field.

Albright finished with three hits, four RBIs and struck out 11 in five-plus innings of work.

ELDORADO KIWANIS 7, BARTON’S PLUMBING & HEATING 6: Multiple hits — Albright 3, LaRocco 2, Webster 2, Chaplin 2 (EK). WP — Albright. LP — Baer. SV — Winters. SO — LaRocco 6 Albright 11 Winters 1 (EK), Shade 7, Prough 7, Baer 3 (B)

‘As you wish:’ Princess Bride star coming to Hal-Con

Organizers of Hal-Con can now finally say “as you wish” to fans of The Princess Bride.They’ve announced special guest Cary Elwes will be coming to the celebration this October of all things sci-fi, fantasy, and gaming related.It’s the first time since the pandemic the event will be back at full capacity. A scaled-back convention was held last year with a focus on local due to COVID-19 restrictions.Elwes is the most recent guest to be announced for 2022 after fans asking for him to make an...

Organizers of Hal-Con can now finally say “as you wish” to fans of The Princess Bride.

They’ve announced special guest Cary Elwes will be coming to the celebration this October of all things sci-fi, fantasy, and gaming related.

It’s the first time since the pandemic the event will be back at full capacity. A scaled-back convention was held last year with a focus on local due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Elwes is the most recent guest to be announced for 2022 after fans asking for him to make an appearance for years.

“We’ve received many requests for this next actor over the years – and now we can finally say it … As you wish! We’re thrilled to welcome Cary Elwes,” the group says in a Tweet.

We’ve received many requests for this next actor over the years – and now we can finally say it…

As you wish!

We’re thrilled to welcome Cary Elwes to #halcon2022! https://t.co/vtVlATN6Nr

Please note that Cary Elwes will be appearing on Sat & Sun only. pic.twitter.com/4A8Muwxwyy

— Hal-Con SciFi Con (@halcon_scificon) June 22, 2022

Elwes is probably best known for his role as Westley, a farmboy-turned-pirate who is on a quest to save his true love Princess Buttercup in 1987’s The Prince Bride.

He’s also starred in Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Georgia Rule, Saw, Kiss the Girls, Days of Thunder, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Twister, The Jungle Book, Ella Enchanted, and Liar, Liar.

Most recently he appeared in Netflix’s hit “Stranger Things.”

Other guests include author John Scalzi, comic creator Jim Zub, and actor DB Woodside. You might know Woodside as Amenadiel from “Lucifer” or as Jeff Malone, love interest to Gina Torres, on “Suits.”

Hal-Con will be held at the Halifax Convention Centre on October 28th-30th. Tickets go on sale this Friday.

Stuckey downs Re/Max Realty

Nevan McGraw had three hits, including two doubles, and two RBIs to lead Stuckey Automotive to its first win of the season, 5-1, over Re/Max Realty at Stout Field on Sunday in George B. Kelley Baseball Federation action.REMAX REALTY (1): Bettwy c 301, Carmel ss 000, Lucas cf 300, Folcarelli 3b 310, G. Rossman 1b 301, Jenkins eh-rf 300, Colombo 2b 301, DeLeo p 100, Hammel p 200, Westley rf 000, Wilson rf 100, Boreman ph-lf 000, Wardrop lf-eh 100. Totals–21-1-3.STUCKEY AUTOMOTIVE (5): Rightenour p-cf 321, Casteel 3b 412, Mc...

Nevan McGraw had three hits, including two doubles, and two RBIs to lead Stuckey Automotive to its first win of the season, 5-1, over Re/Max Realty at Stout Field on Sunday in George B. Kelley Baseball Federation action.

REMAX REALTY (1): Bettwy c 301, Carmel ss 000, Lucas cf 300, Folcarelli 3b 310, G. Rossman 1b 301, Jenkins eh-rf 300, Colombo 2b 301, DeLeo p 100, Hammel p 200, Westley rf 000, Wilson rf 100, Boreman ph-lf 000, Wardrop lf-eh 100. Totals–21-1-3.

STUCKEY AUTOMOTIVE (5): Rightenour p-cf 321, Casteel 3b 412, McGraw 1b 413, Naglowsky cf-ss 402, T. Schnarrs lf 111, J. Schnarrs 2b 301, Levri rf 300, McCabe ss-p 201, Socie c 200, Molina c 100. Totals–27-5-11.

SCORE BY INNINGS

ReMax Realty 000 000 1–1 3 1

Stuckey Automotive 102 110 X–5 11 3

E–Wilson, McCabe 2, Casteel. 2B–G. Rossman, McGraw 2, Casteel, McCabe. RBI–G. Rossman, McGraw 2, Naglowsky, T. Schnarrs, McCabe. WP–Rightenour. LP–DeLeo. SO–Rightenour 6, DeLeo 2, Hammel 5. BB–Rightenour 3, McCabe 1, DeLeo 2, Hammel 1.

Records: ReMax Realty (3-1); Stuckey Automotive (1-2).

Re/Max tops Tyrone

Re/Max Realty got a walk-off victory over Tyrone Legion, 10-9, on Saturday in a George B. Kelley Federation game at Vets Field.

Sean Bettwy had three hits for Re/Max, and Nic Folcarelli had two hits and drove in four runs.

Braeton Miles drove in two runs for Tyrone.

TYRONE LEGION (9): Walk ss 431, Light p-rf 401, Coleman cf 321, R. Seeger 1b-eh 301, Oakes c 401, Lehner 2b 210, C. McClure ph 100, Woomer lf 211, Parsons lf 100, Miles eh 201, Postreich pr-1b-p 101, Buck 3b 210, B. McClure 3b 100, Jones rf 312, Hicheal rf 000. Totals–33-9-10.

REMAX REALTY (10): Lucas cf 312, Bettwy c 433, Carmel ss-p 322, Folcarelli 3b-p-1b 312, G. Rossman 1b-ss 400, Nicolini p-3b 200, Jenkins eh 311, Colombo 2b 312, Westley rf 210, Wilson lf 100, Berkeimer lf 100, DeLeo ph 100. Totals–30-10-12.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Tyrone Legion 103 210 2– 9 10 2

ReMax Realty 203 013 1–10 12 4

E–R. Seeger, Coleman, Carmel, Lucas, G. Rossman, Columbo. 2B–Lucas. RBI–Miles 2, Oakes, R. Seeger, Coleman, Light, Folcarelli 4, Lucas 2, Bettwy, Columbo. WP–Carmel. LP–Postreich. SO–Light 4, Postreich 1, Nicolini 2, Folcarelli 1. BB–Light 2, Postreich 1, Nicolini 1, Folcarelli 1.

Records: ReMax Realty (3-0); Tyrone Legion (0-2).

Sheetz wins

Jake Detwiler had two hits and four RBIs to lead Sheetz to an 11-4 victory over Park Home in a Kelley Federation game Saturday at Vets Field.

Connor Sanders and Caleb Sanders each had two hits for Park Home.

SHEETZ (11): Diehl ss 522, Harbaugh lf 533, Yost 2b 321, Detwiler 1b 402, Lindsey c 402, Gochnaur p-3b 302, Shehan eh 300, Ledford 3b-p 322, Bro. Winters rf 100, Jackson rf 311, A. Chaplin cf 412. Totals–38-11-17.

PARK HOME (4): Co. Sanders c 312, Veckov 2b 401, Hillard 1b-p 411, E. Sanders cf 300, Ca. Sanders ss 302, Bardelang 3b-p-1b 300, Tipton rf 200, Swanger ph-rf 100, T. Chipperfield lf 100, LaRocco lf-3b 200, Greiner p-3b 110, J. Chipperfield ph-lf 110. Totals–28-4-6.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Sheetz 300 403 1–11 17 1

Park Home 001 030 0– 4 6 4

E–Yost, Hillard, Veckov, Swanger, Co. Sanders. 2B–Detwiler, Yost, Co. Sanders. 3B–Diehl. RBI–Detwiler 4, Yost 2, Diehl, Harbaugh, Ferguson, A. CHaplin, Co. Sanders, Hillard, Ca. Sanders. WP–Gochnaur. LP–Greiner. SO–Gochnaur 7, Ledford 1, Greiner 3, Bardelang 6, Hillard 1. BB–Gochnaur 1, Greiner 3, Bardelang 1.

Records: Park Home (2-2); Sheetz (2-1).

CM has strong Sunday sweep

Cumming Motors took two from the Butler Blue Sox on Sunday at Juniata, winning 7-6 and 11-1 in the Tri-State League in local baseball action.Cumming scored in the bottom of the seventh to win 7-6. Charlie Bakken had three hits for Cumming (6-3), while Jake Hillard and Michael Buck each added two RBIs. Ryan Whitehead struck out in the start but did not get the win.In the 11-1 win in five innings, Sam Servello struck out seven in three innings while Derek Fravel struck out six in two innings. Kevin Lehner drove in four runs on tw...

Cumming Motors took two from the Butler Blue Sox on Sunday at Juniata, winning 7-6 and 11-1 in the Tri-State League in local baseball action.

Cumming scored in the bottom of the seventh to win 7-6. Charlie Bakken had three hits for Cumming (6-3), while Jake Hillard and Michael Buck each added two RBIs. Ryan Whitehead struck out in the start but did not get the win.

In the 11-1 win in five innings, Sam Servello struck out seven in three innings while Derek Fravel struck out six in two innings. Kevin Lehner drove in four runs on two hits, while Bakken, Jake Hillard and Buck each had two RBIs.

On Saturday, despite two hits and five RBIs from Max Rodgers, including one which was a home run, Cumming Motors lost, 11-10, to DuBois at Juniata.

Kevin Lehner added three hits and two RBIs for Cumming, which led, 9-5, after three innings. Harrison Knaupe added two hits for Cumming, while teammate Charlie Bakken contributed two hits and three runs scored.

DUBOIS 4, CUMMING MOTORS 3

DUBOIS (4): Palmer ss 410, Baldensperger dh-p 320, Byers cf 432, Salvo c 522, Looms rf-lf 423, Foster 2b 400, Tyler 3b 211, Smulik 1b 401, Greenblat p-rf 300. Totals: 33-11-9.

CUMMING MOTORS (3): Bakken cf-lf 432, Rodgers 3b 422, Lehner lf-p 313, J Hillard 1b-cf 300, Miller rf-p 301, R. Hillard 1b 000, Hlivia 2b 210, Buck c 421, Knaupe ss 302, Wolfe dh-rf 210. Totals: 28-10-11.

SCORE BY INNINGS

DuBois 104 420 0 — 11 9 3

Cumming 135 000 1 — 10 11 3

2B–Loomis, Salvo, Lehner 2. HR–Rodgers. RBI–Salvo 2, Loomis 2, Tyler 2, Smulik, Rodgers 5, Lehner 2, Hlivia. WP–Greenblat. LP–Wiles. SO–Greenblat 5, Baldensperger 3, Wiles 5, Meeings 3, Miller 1, Lehner 2. BB–Greenblat 6, Baldensperger 1, Wiles 5, Meeings 1, Miller 1.

CUMMING MOTORS 11, BUTLER 1

BUTLER (1): Connolly cf 111, Bokulich c 101, Woodrow rf 200, Bielak lf 200, Burke dh 200, Slepak 3b 200, Tkatch ph 100, Vrabel 1b 200, Aftanas 2b 200, Helgert ss 200, Branigan p-cr 000, Wilson p 000, Huwar cr 000. Totals: 17-1-2

CUMMING MOTORS (11): Bakken cf 211, Steinbugl ss 321, Rodgers rf 323, Lehner lf 322, J. Hillard 1b 322, Hlivia 2b 300, Buck c 212, Wolfe c 100, Knaupe 3b 100, Fravel dh-p 311, Servello p 000. Totals: 24-11-12

SCORE BY INNINGS

Butler………………….100 00 — 1 2 1

Cumming…………….560 0X — 11 12 0

2B–Lehner 2, Rodgers 2, J. Hillard, Fravel, Bakken. 3B–J. Hillard. WP–Servello. LP-Wilson. SO–Servello 7, Fravel 6, Wilson 2, Branigan 1. BB–Servello 2, Fravel 1, Wilson 2, Branigan 1.

CUMMING MOTORS 7, BUTLER 6

BUTLER (6): Connolly 411, Woodrow c 311, Bielak 1b 301, Slepak 3b 311, Burke lf 110, Shoupe ss 211, Vrabel rf 200, Tkatch dh-p 300, Helgert 2b 311, Branigan cf 300. Totals: 27-6-6

CUMMING MOTORS (7): Bakken cf 413, Steinbugl ss 400, Rodgers rf 320, Lehner lf 111, J. Hillard cf-1b 311, Hlivia 2b 220, Buck c 201, Knaupe dh-3b 300, Whitehead p 000, Fravel dh-p 300. Totals: 25-7-6

SCORE INNINGS

Butler 104 100 0 — 6-6-2

Cumming 200 040 1 — 7-6-0

2B–Slepak, Bielak, Connolly, Lehner. 3B–Helgert. HR–Shoupe. RBI–Slepak, Shoupe 3, Branigan, Hillard 2, Hlivia, Buck 2, Knaupe. WP–Fravel. LP–Tkatch. SO–Whitehead 8, Fravel 2, Huwar 5, Aftanas 1, Tkatch 2. BB–Whitehead 3, Huwar 4, Aftanas 1, Tkatch 2.

Records: Cumming Motors (6-3)

JR loses two

BUTLER — Johnston Realty lost a twinbill to the Butler Iron Bucks in the Tri-State League Saturday, falling 5-2 and 4-3.

In the 5-2 loss, Johnston got two hits and an RBI each from Cody Becker and Dawson Rightenour.

In the 4-3 loss, Johnston got solo RBI efforts from Becker and Jacob Detwiler. Winning pitcher Matt Graeber struck out 11 in six innings of work as Johnston dropped to 3-6.

BUTLER 5, JOHNSTON REALTY 2

JOHNSTON REALTY (2): Turiano 3b 300, Becker 2b 202, Hunter 200, Morgan lf 301, DeRubeis c 300, Kuhns ss 101, Rightenour rf 302, Boslet cf 300, Peck dh 200, Detwier p 100, Baney 1b 311, Wilson cr 010. Totals: 27-2-7.

BUTLER IRON BUCKS (5): Baxter ss 322, Popielarczyk 1b 300, Creehan 2b 311, Probst cf 313, Woods c 201, Timko 3b 300, Luedtke ph 100, Fellowes rf 311, Waitlevertch lf 200. Totals: 23-5-8.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Johnston 001 100 0 — 2 7 1

Butler 202 001 X — 5 8 1

2B–Rightenour, Baney, Probst. 3B–Baxter, Probst. RBI–Becker, Rightenour, Baxter, Popielarczyk, Probst, WP–Scott. LP–Detwiler. SO–Detwiler 3, Scott 4, Bees 2, Geis 1. BB–Detwiler 5, Scott 1.

BUTLER 4, JOHNSTON REALTY 3

JOHNSTON REALTY (3): Turiano 3b 311, Becker lf 211, Hunter c 300,l Detwiler 1b 301, Rightenour rf 300, DeRubeis dh 201, Kuhns ss 200, Boslet cf 300, Wilson 2b 200, Baney 211. Totals: 25-3-5.

BUTLER IRON BUCKS (4): Baxter ss 400, Popielarczyk 1b 301, Creehan 2b 210, Probst cf 222, Woods c 300, Timko 3b 210, Luedtke lf 300, Fellowes rf 301, Waitlevertch 300. Totals: 25-4-4.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Johnston 102 000 0 — 3 5 5

Butler 012 010 X — 4 4 2

2B–Probst. RBI–Becker, Detwiler, Probst. WP–Graeber. LP–Keller. SO–Keller 7, Graeber 11, Fox 4. BB–Keller 3, Graeber 2.

Records: Johnston Realty (3-6)

City League

Sheetz had a 2-0 weekend in the Greater City League.

On Sunday at Vets Field, Sheetz beat Honey Baked Ham, 6-3, behind two-RBI days from Michael Huntsman and Kyle DeGennaro. Blake Johnston and Shane Hartline each added two hits, and winning pitcher Jack Johnson struck out 11.

Nate Sanders had two hits and three RBIs to lead Sheetz to a 10-1 win over Medicine Shoppe on Saturday at Vets Field.

Tyler Treese and Michael Huntsman each added two RBIs for Sheetz (6-3), which put the game away with a seven-run sixth inning. Teammate Matt Tromm had two hits and scored twice.

SHEETZ (6): Treese cf 300, Hartline c 412, Tromm 3b 311, Grace dh-lf 411, Johnson p 000, Weglarz lf 101, Johnston lf-p 312, Creppage 2b 410, Huntsman ss 412, DeGennaro 1b 402, Meintel rf 400. Totals: 34-6-11

HONEY BAKED HAM (3): Carrieri ss 210, M. Folcarelli cf 301, Gority 1b 310, D. Georgiana p 310, Charlton lf 300, G. Rossman 3b 301, Yasulitis c 200, Fesko 2b 200, H. Rossman 2b 100, Pettucci rf 100, Barnes rf 200. Totals: 25-3-2

SCORE BY INNINGS

Sheetz 001 002 3 — 6 11 3

Honey 000 210 0 — 3 2 3

E–Creppage 3, Gority, H. Rossman, Barnes. 2B–Johnston, Huntsman, DeGennaro. RBI–DeGennaro 2, Huntsman 2, Creppage, Johnston. WP–Johnston. LP–Georgiana. SO–Johnson 11, Johnston 5, Georgiana 5. BB–Johnson 2, Johnston 1, Georgiana 1.

Records: Sheetz (6-3), Honey Baked Ham (2-9)

SHEETZ 10, MEDICINE SHOPPE 1

MEDICINE SHOPPE (1): Turiano ss 311, Yahner c 400, Hunter 3b-p 401, Shaffer rf-1b 300, Whestine 1b 201, Miller 1b 000, Scarbro rf 100, Ralston dh-3b 300, Z. Kuhns p 000, Criswell lf-cf 301, Klausman 2b 201, Myers cf-lf 300. Totals: 26-1-4

SHEETZ (10): E.Sanders 2b 310, Huntsman ss 221, Treese cf 311, Tromm 3b 422, Grace dh-p 300, Colledge p 000, Slagenweit lf 311, N. Sanders c 312, DeGennaro 1b 310, Meintel rf 211. Totals: 25-10-8

SCORE BY INNINGS

Medicine 100 000 0 — 1 4 2

Sheetz 201 007 X — 10 8 3

E–Scarbro 2, Tromm 2, Huntsman. 2B–Huntsman, Tromm, N. Sanders. RBI–N. Sanders 3, Huntsman 2, Treese 2, Slagenweit, Tromm. WP–Colledge. LP–Z. Kuhns. SO–Z. Kuhns 4, Colledge 10, Grace 1. BB–Z. Kuhns 5, Grace 2.

Records: Medicine Shoppe (2-9), Sheetz (5-3)

Kelley Federation

Martin Oil improved to 4-2 with a 7-6 win over ReMax Realty in a Kelley Federation game on Saturday at Vets Field.

Nick Kost had two hits and an RBI, while teammate Conner Cobaugh added two hits, both doubles, for Martin Oil, which scored twice in the top of the seventh for what turned out to be the winning runs.

ReMax (4-2) got two hits each from Garrett Rossman and Sam Carmel. Rossman added an RBI.

MARTIN OIL (7): Kost ss 412, Bardell p-rf 410, Pier c 221, Kovac 3b 401, Nycum ex-1bn 300, cobaugh 2b 412, Miller 1b-eh 311, Rabenstein cf 301, Reed lf 311, Walls rf-p 300. Totals: 33-7-9

REMAX REALTY (6): Bettwy c 411, Carmel ss 322, Lucas eh-lf 411, H. Rossman 1b-p 310, G. Rossman 3b-1b-p 302, Colombo cf 201, Nicolini p-2b 211, Wilson lf 100, DeLeo eh 100, Jenkins eh 100, Wardrop 2b 300, Hammel 3b 000, Westley rf 200. Totals: 30-6-8

SCORE BY INNINGS

Martin Oil 022 001 2 — 7 9 5

ReMax Realty 000 113 1 — 6 8 6

E–Kovac 2, Bardell, Kost, Reed, G. Rossman 2, Westley Colombo, Carmel, Bettwy. 2B–Cobaugh 2, Pier, Kovac. RBI–Kost, Kovac, Miller, Reed, Colombo, Wardrop, G. Rossman, Nicolini. WP–Walls. LP–H. Rossmabn. SO–Bardell 6, Walls 2, Nicolini 6, H. Rossman 1, G. Rossman 1. BB–Bardell 1, Walls 1, H. Rossman 2.

Records: Martin Oil (4-2), ReMax Realty (4-2)

Sanders shines

Evan Sanders had four hits and three RBIs to lead Park Home Furniture to a 13-9 win over Tyrone Legion at Vets Field Saturday.

Caleb Sanders added four hits and two RBIs in a game Park Home scored six times in the fifth inning for an 11-7 lead at the time. Park Home (3-3) finished with 20 hits. Connor Sanders added three hits. Teammate Hayden Tipton contributed two hits and two RBIs.

Tyrone (1-4) was led by Ryan Light and Braeton Miles who each had three RBIs. Miles had three hits while Light finished with two hits.

TYRONE LEGION (9): Walk ss 221, Light p-eh-lf 412, Coleman cf 311, Oakes c 301, R. Seeger 1b 210, C. McClure 1b 100, Buck 3b 110, Parsons lf-rf 210, Lehner lf-2b 100, Miles eh-p-eh 313, Michael rf 100, Ewing rf 211, L. Seeger rf-p 100, Miller 2b-p 200, Myers 2b 100. Totals: 29-9-9

PARK HOME FURNITURE (13): Co. Sanders rf 433, Merritts 2b 311, Hillard 1b-p 432, E. Sanders cf 544, Ca. Sanders ss 514, Tipton rf-p 412, J. Chipperfield ph-rf 101, Kanouff lf 401, Bardelang 3b 201, T. Chipperfield p-rf 100, Swanger ph-rf 200, Greiner 1b 101. Totals: 30-13-20

SCORE BY INNINGS

Tyrone 300 311 1 — 9 9 1

Park Home 200 362 X — 13 20 4

E–Walk, Ca. Sanders 2, Kanouff, Merritts. 2B–Oakes. 3B–E. Sanders 2. RBI–Light 3, Miles 3, Parons, Walk, Oakes, E. Sanders 3, Ca. Sanders 2, Tipton 2, Bardelang, Greiner. WP–Hillard. LP–Miller. SO–Tipton 4, Hillard 4, Light 4, Miller. BB–T. Chipperfield 2, Tipton 3, Light 2, Miles 1, Miller 2.

Records: Tyrone Legion (1-4), Park Home Furniture (3-3)

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Real estate in New York City is a notoriously pricey commodity, and developers have long pushed buildings ever upward in a frantic bid to maximize their investments. But zoning laws place limits on those skyward thrusts, so in response, architects and engineers are compelled to find new solutions that boost floor-area ratios while achieving aesthetic dynamism. Few are as dynamic as the Westly, a gravity-defying new residential development on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.The approximately 140,000-square-foot project is the handiwo...

Real estate in New York City is a notoriously pricey commodity, and developers have long pushed buildings ever upward in a frantic bid to maximize their investments. But zoning laws place limits on those skyward thrusts, so in response, architects and engineers are compelled to find new solutions that boost floor-area ratios while achieving aesthetic dynamism. Few are as dynamic as the Westly, a gravity-defying new residential development on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

The approximately 140,000-square-foot project is the handiwork of local architecture firm ODA, which has completed numerous projects across the city that, in their massing, resemble Jenga constructs ensconced in glass, concrete, or stone. The Westly follows in this vein: The base of the tower rises from a 50-foot-wide lot at 251 West 91st Street and cantilevers thrice over its northerly neighbor.

The building broke ground in September 2019 and was expected to open its doors in late 2021. But social distancing requirements enacted in March 2020 threw a spanner in the works. After construction crews set the foundation, which includes rock anchors to stabilize the topsy-turvy structure, construction continued at a rate of approximately one floor per week, until workers hit the eighth floor, where the first cantilever juts 25 feet outward. The two successive cantilevers at the 11th and 14th floors protrude 40 and 55 feet, respectively.

Unlike with peer projects that rely on diagrid trusses, ODA, in collaboration with structural engineer WSP, opted for a concrete Vierendeel system. The decision ensured a rectilinear profile, which allows for nonobstructed and standardized window openings. However, the incorporation of those larger spans presented construction challenges that required special permitting.

Kris Levine, ODA’s technical director, explained what this entailed: “When the first cantilever was erected, we had to obtain an After Hours Work Variance Permit from the NYC Department of Buildings in order to most efficiently and safely use the cranes needed to hoist the steel beams over the building and lay the foundation. During this time, the construction crew were permitted by the city to work for 61 hours straight.”

Each cantilever was built atop a temporary steel platform that branched off from the tower’s superstructure. The three cantilevered floor plates required between three and four weeks of construction apiece. “In order to secure the structure of the cantilevers, steel cross-bracings were put in place before the concrete of each floor was poured,” continued Levine. “These diagonal beams served as temporary support, and once the concrete form was set and floating, they were torched out and the building was left with the concrete.”

This being the Upper West Side, it was important to the design team to blend the new building into its historic context. To that end, the concrete structure was clad with a limestone-veneered rainscreen suspended from a standard girt system. The panels extend over 1 foot from the superstructure to the property line in a chevron-like pattern at both spandrel and beam to evoke nearby masonry massing. The rainscreen is backed by 3 inches of wool mineral insulation and a 6-inch stud wall with closed cell spray foam insulation.

The Westly is expected to open later this spring.

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