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Here is a listing of youth and recreational sports results reported to LNP on Aug. 6.

Please note that because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the LNP sports department is not working in the newsroom. If you call in a score to 717-291-8666, you will only be able to leave a voice mail. We retrieve voice mails remotely each night; but if you do call, be sure to leave your name and phone number so we may contact you if there is a problem. Results may also be emailed to sports@lnpnews.com. They appear in the print edition of LNP as space permits each day. Also, because LNP has recently begun running on a new press, print deadlines will be much earlier for the next several weeks during the shakedown process. The nightly cutoff for print will be between 8:30 and 9 p.m., depending on shifting deadlines.

LANCASTER COUNTY YOUTH BASEBALL LEAGUE

GAMES PLAYED AUG. 6

14U

Section One

Manheim Lions 13, Hempfield Black 4

Section Two

Mountville Red Sox 3 Bowmansville Red Sox 2

   • Well-balanced team effort in the win.

Mount Joy Blue 13, Solanco Black 1

   • Hackman and Allman threw a combined no-hitter, and Allman went 2 for 2 at the plate with a 300-foot home run.

Manheim Tigers 9, Hempfield Red 0

Elizabethtown Black 8, Lititz VFW 2

   • Playoff game.

Section Three

Hempfield 21, Donegal Indians 14

12U

Section One

Mountville Indians 12, Lampeter-Strasburg Cardinals 1

Manheim VFW 15, Hempfield 5

Section Two

Manheim Township Thunder 14, Donegal Indians 3

   • Playoff game.

Mountville Phillies 7, Lancaster Rec 1

Manheim VFW 6, Manheim Township Lightning 3

Mountville Yankees 10, Garden Spot Royals 5

   • L. Weisglass hit a grand slam.

10U

Section One

Donegal Indians 12, Manheim VFW 4

GAMES PLAYED AUG. 5

14U

Section One

Cocalico Eagles 7, Penn Manor Comets 4

   • Cocalico takes a 1-0 lead in the playoff series.

Section Three

Mountville Orioles 29, Cocalico Eagles 4

12U

Section One

Hempfield 15, Donegal Indians 7

Section Three

Donegal Black 12, Lancaster Rec 4

10U

Section Two

Cocalico Eagles 12, Penn Manor White 11

RECREATIONAL SOFTBALL

LANCO SENIOR MODIFIED

Good Food Inc. 15, Strasburg 11

RECREATIONAL BOWLING

222 DUTCH LANES

JUNIOR DOUBLES

Aliza Shirk, 229-242-215—686

Trevor Courtney, 185-258-243—686

Drew Jaquith, 171-222-233—626

Morgan Kline, 190-220-211—621

Robbie Jack, 201-166-238—605

Owen Colby, 258-156-190—604

RECREATIONAL GOLF

BENT CREEK

PURPLE GANG STABLEFORD — Aug. 6. Front nine (+19.5) and total (+20): Don Emich, Rob Allen, Howard Eckstein and Jim Firmender. Back nine (+3): Tom DeLellis, Don Sherick and Pete Witman.

CROSSGATES

SENIOR LEAGUE — Aug. 6.

Flight A Gross: First, John Dorsey, 78; second, Roger Bruszewski, 79; third, Ed Bhopa, 80.

Flight A Net: First, Keith Hunsicker, 69; second (tie), John Hufnagel, Harry Stauffer, 71.

Flight B: First, Jerry Miller, 62; second, Wayne Hoffman, 65; third, Jeff Wolgemuth, 66; fourth, Larry Booz, 67; fifth, John Kitner, 68.

Flight C: First, John Palmer, 61; second, Steve Brickner, 64; third, Bob Burger, 69; fourth (tie), Len Eiserer, Richard Drennen, 70.

Flight D: First, Ricky Low, 64; second, Ron Ross, 66; third, Neil Gardner, 68; fourth (tie), Joe Hipple, Bill Bitterman, 70.

Flight E: First (tie), Bill Arms, George Lower, 65; third, Tom Hyland, 67; fourth, Bert Hampton, 72; fifth, Bob Shope, 73.

Closest to the Pin: No. 3, Don Denlinger, 5 feet, 4 inches; No. 13, Jack Manotti, 2-7.

FOUR SEASONS

WOMEN’S NINE-HOLE LEAGUE — Aug. 6. Flight A: Linda Goodhart, 32. Flight B: Janet Speros, 30. Flight C: (Tie) Linda Wilson, Rita Sellers, 37. Flight D: Peggy Sneath, 39.

WOMEN’S 18-HOLE LEAGUE — T’s & F’s, Half- Handicap, Aug. 6.

Flight A: First, Joyce Stabler, 32; second, Deb Kreiser, 40; third, Shirley Yoder, 49.

Flight B: First, Sue McMullen, 38; second, Carole Campbell, 39; third, Grace Sensenig, 40.

Closest to the Pin: No. 4, Deb Kreiser.

HAWK VALLEY

SENIOR LEAGUE — Points System, Aug. 6, 42 players. First: George Saltzman and Jack Janowicz, +18. Second: Greg Strunk and Herman Arters, +15. Third: Ted Kuzniar and Terry Trout, +13. Fourth (tie): Don Robbins and Rodger Hess, Ron Rydell and Charles Scheidy, Dave Hugenbruch and Mike Chism, +10.

Greenies: No. 2, George Saltzman; No. 8, Norm Koontz; No. 11, Charlie Miles; No. 17, Herman Arters.

MEADIA HEIGHTS

EAGLE — Bob Keaveney eagled the 370-yard, par-4 eighth hole on Aug. 6 using a driver and a 3-wood.

MEN’S WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE — Team Quota, Aug. 5. First: Will McGrorty, Dan Glick and Tom Holben, -4. Second: Bob Rose, John Enck, Bryan O’Toole and Craig Trout, -6.

WOMEN’S 18-HOLE LEAGUE — Net Stableford, Aug. 5. First: Joyce Hodgson, 17. Second: Nancy Cummings, 14. Third: Julie Walsh, 13.

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