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Thursday, May. 28, 2015

Showcase | May 28, 2015
FILM
PITTSBURGH Rangos Omnimax Theater at the Carnegie Science Center, North Side, is showing “D-Day: Normandy 1944,” “Titans of the Ice Age,” “Great White Shark,” “Jerusalem,” and “Mysteries of the Unseen World.” Tickets for most shows are $8....

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Showcase | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
BEST BETS
Outdoor programs offered The Butler County Parks and Recreation Department will host free Outdoor Discovery programs on Thursdays at Alameda Park. Programs are at 6:30 p.m. in the Carousel Shelter, except for the SurfSup Adventures on July 23 which starts at 7 p.m. at the Alameda Waterpark. The s...

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Showcase | May 28, 2015
THEATER
COUNTY Keystone State Music Theater’s “Always … Patsy Cline” opens June 12 at the Rotary Amphitheater in Community Park, Cranberry Township. Butler native Marlana Dunn will play the title role. The musical includes many of Cline’s hits such as “Crazy,” R...

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Showcase | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
'Perfect Wedding'
FRANKLIN TWP, Beaver County — The regular summer season of the Red Barn Players will open with the farce called “Perfect Wedding” by Robin Hawdon. The show will run for eight performances beginning June 5. It is directed by John Zuemie of Cranberry Township. In the play, a bri...

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Showcase | May 28, 2015
OUTDOORS
Jennings Environmental Education Center, Route 528, Brady Township, is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and on weekends as scheduled. Trails are open daily from sunrise to sunset. Call 724-794-6011. Succop Nature Park, 185 W. Airport Road, Penn Township, has trails open from dawn to dusk, with d...

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Showcase | May 28, 2015
NIGHTLIFE
Tri-County Country Music Association will have its monthly meeting with music and dancing on Wednesday at the Slippery Rock Township Building, 155 Branchton and Harmony roads. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with buffet at 6 p.m. Music and dancing will be from 7 to 10 p.m. Oldies and country music by the Sh...

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Showcase | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
On a Roll
Artwork with the theme “Anything on Wheels!” will be displayed starting Friday at the Butler Art Center. An open house is planned for noon to 9 p.m. June 12 during the Jeep Invasion. The Harmony Hot Haus band will play from 6 to 9 p.m. The exhibit will continue through June 19. Admissi...

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Showcase | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Air Show African eagles newest raptors
PITTSBURGH — The summer season has begun at the National Aviary. The outdoor show “Soar!” takes place at 3 p.m. daily on the SkyDeck. The aviary has welcomed its newest raptors, a pair of bateleur eagles. Native to sub-Saharan Africa and rarely seen in zoos, the fierce-looking bi...

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Showcase | May 28, 2015
ART
COUNTY A Daddy and Me painting class for Father’s Day will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. June 9 for ages 3 and older. Either parent can attend. Butler County Parks and Recreation Department will host the course at the Alameda Park office. Cost is $15 per canvas. Call 724-284-5383 to register. P...

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Showcase | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
MUSEUMS & MORE
COUNTY Harmony Museum, 218 Mercer St., Harmony, offers tours from 1 to 4 p.m. daily except when the museum is closed Mondays. Admission is $7 for adults, $6 for senior citizens, and $3 for youths ages 6 to 17. Call 724-452-7341. The Old Stone House will again have “Foodways Programs,” ...

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Showcase | May 28, 2015
MUSIC
COUNTY The Harmony-Zelienople Band will perform at 7:30 p.m. today at the James A. Ayres Amphitheater in Zelienople Community Park as part of Zelienople’s 175th anniversary celebration taking place through Saturday. Pittsburgh Banjo Club will perform at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Haven I Dining ...

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Verse of the Day | May 28, 2015
VERSE

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Town & County | May 28, 2015
Town and County
Items for Town & County should be submitted on weekdays no later than 4 p.m. the day before requested publication. ...

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Business Briefs | May 28, 2015
IN BRIEF
Philadelphia plans airport expansion PHILADELPHIA — The city of Philadelphia is hoping to buy a 27-acre property in Delaware County as part of a long-range expansion of Philadelphia International Airport. An ordinance was introduced in city council paving the way for the city-owned airport t...

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Bulletin Board | May 28, 2015
BULLETIN BOARD
Today Take Off Pounds Sensibly Chapter 1674, weigh-in at 4:30 p.m., meeting at 5 p.m., Concordia Visiting Nurses, 613 N. Pike Road, Cabot. For more information, call Sue at 724-679-6365. KATIE’S KITCHEN FREE COMMUNITY MEAL, 5 to 6 p.m., St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, 201 W. Je...

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Our Opinion | May 28, 2015
Upgrade of Route 68 will require collaborative focus
There’s a parable from India about a group of blind men trying to describe an elephant by touch: the task is too big until they cooperate and share the information at their individual fingertips. It’s a good metaphor for the heavily traveled State Route 68 Between Butler and Evans City...

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Letters to the Editor | May 28, 2015
Two lives ruined
An open letter to Michael Bobbish Jr. and his attorney, Jack Haller, regarding “Mars man sentenced for 4th DUI” (May 1, Page 1). Mr. Bobbish, you can thank your lucky stars every day that when you caused the head-on accident involving Sara “Sally” Thompson in January 2013 th...

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Letters to the Editor | May 28, 2015
Zoning issue pending
On May 18, the Butler Township commissioners held a public hearing on the township’s proposed amended drilling ordinance. The ordinance would prohibit surface natural gas drilling in R-1 Single Family Residential zones and restrict drilling in R-2 Multifamily Residential zone to parcels of at ...

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Other Voices | May 28, 2015
Small stuff can wreck a presidential run
U.S. presidential campaigns usually aren’t sunk by major policy mistakes or the attacks of an opponent. They result from self-inflicted, unforced errors. This was apparent anew when Jeb Bush, the establishment favorite for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, recently tripped over him...

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Other Voices | May 28, 2015
OTHER VOICES
If you went to the polls in Tuesday’s Pennsylvania primary elections and cast votes for appellate court judges — congratulations. You’re part of a small minority of voters who will have a say in the people who make up the state Supreme, Superior and Commonwealth courts. One questi...

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Focus Features | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Butler graduate returns as speaker
Brandon Stephenson, a former Butler Eagle paperboy and 2004 Butler High School graduate, will be the keynote speaker for the 6th annual Celebration of Faith Service at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Butler High School auditorium. The nondenominational service is to honor the Butler High School Class of 2015...

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Religion | May 28, 2015
Knotty exhibit planned for Pope Francis
PHILADELPHIA — A knotty exhibit being created for Pope Francis’ upcoming trip to Philadelphia will honor the pontiff’s teachings by letting visitors acknowledge the challenges in their daily lives. The installation, to be built in the shape of a grotto next to the city’s Rom...

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Religious Round Up | May 28, 2015
RELIGIOUS ROUNDUP
Christ Community United Methodist Church Graduation for Super Sprouts Preschool of Christ Community United Methodist Church, 205 N. Duffy Road, will be at 9:30 a.m. Friday. Seventh- to 12th-grade youths will have a Youth Alive dance with DJ Hutch from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday in Oz Hall. Conf...

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Local News | May 28, 2015
Waterpark to open 13 days late
BUTLER TWP — Alameda Waterpark will open 13 days later than scheduled. Gary Pinkerton, Butler County parks and recreation director, told the county commissioners Wednesday the waterpark will open June 11 rather than its scheduled Saturday opening date because of construction work that is fini...

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Local News | May 28, 2015
Santorum is no stranger to D.C.
JEFFERSON TWP — Former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum’s presidential campaign announcement Wednesday was not his first glimpse of the national spotlight since he left Butler High School in the 1970s. Santorum, 57, ran for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012 and surprised many by wi...

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Local News | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
State police barracks undergoes renovations
BUTLER TWP — At 66 years old, she's still an eye catcher. She's sturdy, strong and healthy. But the historic building that houses Troop D of the Pennsylvania State Police is in need of a little more legroom and a bulldozer-sized makeover. Work has already begun on a $3.2 million to $3.5 mill...

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Local News | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Union senior has perfect attendance
RIMERSBURG, Clarion County — Over 15 years, with more than 2,500 school days from preschool through high school, Union High School senior Jared Buzard hasn’t missed a single day. The 18-year-old Sligo native attained perfect attendance throughout his schooling career. He ends it with gr...

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Local News | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Drug suspect has 2 previous convictions
If the dozens of bags of suspected heroin didn’t give the man away as a purported drug dealer, the cell phone that wouldn’t stop ringing apparently did. Butler police Tuesday night arrested Davon D. Stevens, 21, of Butler Township on felony drug charges after a traffic stop on State Str...

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Local News | May 28, 2015
Crowd turns out to back candidate
JEFFERSON TWP — Penn United Technologies and Butler County played host to a unique event Wednesday afternoon as residents, media and political activists gathered to hear Rick Santorum announce his campaign for president. Several hundred people came to watch the announcement and show their sup...

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Local News | May 28, 2015
Eckstein says center plan mishandled
Butler County Commissioner Jim Eckstein on Wednesday said he felt that the Area Agency on Aging advisory board should have better handled its process and recommendation to reduce the hours at the county’s senior centers. AAA on May 19 voted to recommend a plan that would limit the hours of op...

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Local News | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Longtime Burger Hut owner Betty Lewis dies at age 95
Betty Lewis, the longtime owner of the Burger Hut restaurant, died Sunday. Lewis, 95, of Butler Township died at Concordia Lutheran Ministries. “It’s just amazing the things this woman did with her life,” said her son, Mark Lewis. Lewis and her three sons bought the Burger Hut i...

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Local News | May 28, 2015
County, staffers ink deal
The Butler County Commissioners on Wednesday approved a collective bargaining agreement with SEIU Local 668, which covers county administrative professional employees. The four-year deal, which is retroactive to Jan. 1, has a 2 percent pay increase for the first year and 3 percent pay increases for...

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Local News | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Presidential Bid
JEFFERSON TWP — Butler County was the focus of national politics Wednesday night as former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum at Penn United Technologies announced a second presidential campaign. The Republican, who spent much of his childhood in Butler, told the hundreds of spectators at the manufactur...

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Local News | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Gas wells get OK
MIDDLESEX TWP — Work will restart on the shale gas wells at the Geyer property on Denny Road after the Wednesday night ruling by the zoning hearing board. The challenge to a zoning amendment meant to regulate gas and oil operations in the township was denied by the zoning hearing board. The a...

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Pennsylvania | May 28, 2015
Addiction centers vie for state funds
HARRISBURG — Addiction treatment centers are responding to Gov. Tom Wolf’s plan to increase state funding for such programs by $5 million. The state Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs said Wednesday that it received applications from centers serving 62 of Pennsylvania’s 67 co...

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Pennsylvania | May 28, 2015
STATE
Senator leaves for chamber post MOUNT LEBANON — A first-term Democratic state senator from Allegheny County is resigning his seat and becoming president of the Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce. Senate Minority Leader Jay Costa said Wednesday that Sen. Matt Smith’s resignation wi...

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National | May 28, 2015
Byers, NCAA’s 1st executive director, dies
Walter Byers, the first executive director of the NCAA who spent 36 years leading and shaping the organization that oversees college athletics, has died. He was 93. Byers died Tuesday at his home in Emmett, Kansas, when a urinary tract infection spread into his bloodstream, son Fritz said Wednesday...

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National | May 28, 2015
Historian Hugh Ambrose dies
HELENA, Mont. — Hugh Ambrose, who wrote the World War II history “The Pacific” after years of researching for his father, the renowned historian Stephen Ambrose, has died at age 48. Ambrose died of cancer Saturday in Helena, sister Stephenie Ambrose Tubbs said Tuesday. Hugh Ambro...

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National | May 28, 2015
Generic medicine costs rise sharply
TRENTON, N.J. — Reversing a long-term trend, prices for more than one in four generic medicines widely used by older Americans increased in 2013, some very sharply, according to a survey by AARP. Generic drug prices on average are still falling, but the increases for certain classes of drugs ...

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National | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
EPA proposes pesticide-free zones for bees
WASHINGTON — If honeybees are busy pollinating large, blooming croplands, farmers wanting to spray toxic pesticides will soon have to buzz off, the Environmental Protection Agency is proposing. A federal rule to be proposed today would create temporary pesticide-free zones when certain plants...

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National | May 28, 2015
Judge asked to toss lawsuit
WASHINGTON — Obama administration attorneys are urging a federal judge to throw out an election-year lawsuit by House Republicans over the president’s health care law. Attorneys for the House counter that their unusual suit deals with critically important issues related to the separati...

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International | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Vatican: Irish gay marriage vote a ‘defeat for humanity’
VATICAN CITY — The Vatican’s secretary of state has called the Irish vote to legalize gay marriage a “defeat for humanity,” evidence of the soul-searching going on in Catholic circles after the predominantly Roman Catholic country overwhelmingly rejected traditional church te...

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Police Reports | May 28, 2015
POLICE REPORTS
These items have been collected from various police departments. Butler Police 7:49 p.m. Wednesday — Jennifer A. Haux, 21, no known address, was arrested on a pair of warrants on West Jefferson Street. She faces new charges after police subsequently found her with suspected drug contraband...

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News Extra | May 28, 2015
Ex-jury commissioner sues county over lost job
A former jury commissioner is suing Butler County over the elimination of his position, claiming among other issues that his First Amendment rights were violated. Jon Galante, 29, of Butler Township is suing the county, the county commissioners, the elections bureau, Commissioner Bill McCarrier, Co...

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Death Notices | May 28, 2015
DEATH LIST
Cynthia J. Davis, Parker Bernice Mae Hamilton Beighley Hovis, Slippery Rock Verna M. Kriley, Butler Arthur “Pete” Ralph McLaughlin, Butler Mary Onufer Petronchek, Manor Township, Armstrong County Marilyn Burdick “Mimi&#...

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In Memoriams | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Albert A. Perkins
In loving memory of our beloved Albert A. Perkins. Five years ago today, the world lost a great man. A father, a husband, and a person who exemplified the personification of friendship. There isn’t a day that goes by that your family doesn’t think about you. Mementos cannot replace the...

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In Memoriams | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
John Nagy
In memory of John Nagy. Today marks the 2nd year that you’ve been gone from us darling. Although we still have the heartbreak of losing you, we must remember you are in a better place. And someday we will be together again. ...

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Professional Baseball | May 28, 2015
Ex-Rock standout Adams may miss season for Cards
ST. LOUIS — St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Matt Adams could miss the rest of the season with a strained right quadriceps and will undergo surgery Friday. After consulting with medical personnel Wednesday, the team said Adams’ estimated recovery time was three to four months. “...

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Professional Baseball | May 28, 2015
Pirates run winning streak to 6
PITTSBURGH — Mired in a funk a quarter of the way into a season with high expectations, Clint Hurdle challenged his team to get its act together. A week later, it appears the Pittsburgh Pirates were listening. Jung Ho Kang capped a late rally with a two-run single and the Pirates ran their w...

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Professional Basketball | May 28, 2015
Golden State joins NBA Finals, 104-90
OAKLAND, Calif. — After a generation of wishing and waiting, the Golden State Warriors have finally arrived on basketball’s biggest stage again. Stephen Curry had 26 points and eight rebounds, Harrison Barnes added 24 points and the Warriors advanced to the NBA Finals for the first time...

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Professional Hockey | May 28, 2015
Bylsma closing on Sabres’ job
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Former Pittsburgh Penguins coach Dan Bylsma’s interview for the Buffalo Sabres’ vacancy extended into Wednesday night, though a deal had not been reached. A person familiar with the discussions told The Associated Press that while talks “were heating up,̶...

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Professional Hockey | May 28, 2015
‘Hawks force Game 7 in NHL Western Final
CHICAGO — It is really hard to wear out Duncan Keith. He just keeps going and going and going. Keith had three assists and saved a goal in the third period, and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Anaheim Ducks 5-2 on Wednesday night to force a Game 7 in the Western Conference finals. Andrew Sha...

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High School Baseball | May 28, 2015
Cyphert shuts down Moniteau, 7-3
STRATTANVILLE — One thing the Moniteau baseball team could not afford happened in the top of the fourth inning. Cranberry sent nine batters to the plate and scored four runs, taking the lead for good in a 7-3 victory in Wednesday’s District 9 Class AA title game at Clarion-Limestone Hig...

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High School Baseball | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
It starts at the top for Knoch
WASHINGTON, Pa. — Senior shortstop Chris Law thought it was time for the top of the Knoch baseball team’s batting order to contribute. Law, who is the No. 2 hitter, felt like they could do better. In the first three playoff games, Dominick Bucko, Law and Cole Shinsky combined for a .1...

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High School Baseball | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Knoch-out punch!
WASHINGTON, Pa. — Knoch center fielder Dominick Bucko had to be in a full sprint to catch a ball in the right-center field gap. Once he got there, Bucko didn't stop running until he found a place to soak in the win with his teammates. What happened to the baseball that recorded the final out ...

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High School Softball | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Senior Warrior
STRATTANVILLE — Taylor Hasychak’s smile was as bright as the sunshine that bathed the softball field at Clarion-Limestone High School. It got even brighter as she was hoisted on the shoulders of her teammates in celebration. The Moniteau softball team had just won its second consecutiv...

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High School Softball | May 28, 2015 Butler Eagle Online
Queens of diamond
STRATTANVILLE — Moniteau softball coach Dan Beebe sat in the dugout and scratched out his starting lineup. It didn't flow off his pen as easily as in the past. There were changes. Big changes. And they worked. With a new-look lineup, the Moniteau softball team got the same result as last s...

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High School Track & Field | May 28, 2015
TRACK & FIELD HONOR ROLL
Here are top times and distances turned in by Butler County area track and field teams this season: Boys 3,200 meter relay 1. Butler (Knauer, Rader, Critchlow, Fullerton), 7:59.49 2. Slippery Rock (Jones, Cessar, Henry, Kadlubek), 8:10.76 3. Knoch (Carlsson, Kasunic, Grumski, Ejzak), 8:13.57 4...

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Other High School Sports | May 28, 2015
SV volleyball nets PIAA tourney win
Seneca Valley’s boys volleyball team opened the PIAA Class AAA playoffs with a dominating sweep of City League champion Carrick at Taylor Allderdice High School on Wednesday. The Raiders (16-2) won by scores of 25-5, 25-13 and 25-6. No other details were available. Seneca will face District ...

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Amateur Baseball | May 28, 2015
Meridian nips Mars
Nick Malis pitched the first five innings for the win and Nick Robinson earned the save as Meridian edged Mars, 2-1, in Butler County Legion baseball play Tuesday night. Malis struck out six and tripled in the contest. Robinson fanned four over the final two innings. Zach Kozlowski had a triple, si...

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Amateur Baseball | May 28, 2015
Butler grad Fennell earns Div. 2 A-A
BUTLER TWP — Butler graduate and California (Pa.) University center fielder has been named third team NCAA Division II All-American this season. Fennell hit .422 with seven homers, 12 doubles, right triples and 15 stolen bases for the Vulcans. He was 2-3 with one save in 26.1 innings pitched ...

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Amateur Baseball | May 28, 2015
Cranberry nets 5-2 win
Riley Schwertz struck out six in seven strong innings as Cranberry downed Saxonburg, 5-2, in Eagle County League action Wednesday. Reed Tomlinson doubled and singled and Dan Murray had a pair of hits to lead Cranberry. Franzee Baralamas had two doubles for Saxonburg. Freeport 5, Mars I 4 — ...

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Amateur Golf | May 28, 2015
GOLF
Oakview Ladies Standings: Eagles 149, Birdies 156, Aces 158 Eagles: Cheryl Hartshorne (low gross 50), Karen Melis (low net 35), Beth Reed (low putts 14) Birdies: Maureen Weigold (low gross 49), Pearl Cranmer (low net 37), Lisa Sloan (low putts 17) Aces: Debbie Roginski (low gross 51), Laura Uram...

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Prospect League | May 28, 2015
BlueSox defeated in opener
The Butler BlueSox’s 2015 season-opener was cut short by Mother Nature Wednesday night. Host Jamestown was ahead 5-3 with one out in the top of the seventh inning when inclement weather forced the game to be suspended. It was later called, handing the Jammers an abbreviated victory. Ben Hart...

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In Brief | May 28, 2015
IN BRIEF
McDonald arrested for second time SANTA CLARA, Calif. — NFL lineman Ray McDonald has been arrested for the second time this week. The Santa Clara Police Department says the former San Francisco defensive end violated a restraining order by being at a residence in Santa Clara on Wednesday. ...

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Pat Neubert | May 28, 2015
Area trail runs upcoming
Trail running is popular for runners of all skill and experience levels, offering a breath of fresh air and a softer surface on which to run. And for those who live and die by the GPS, timing clock or heart rate monitor, it’s a great way to disconnect from technology and reconnect with primit...

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Notices | May 28, 2015
NOTICE
The Butler Area Midget Football League will hold its final football signups from 7 to 9 p.m. today and Wednesday at Butler Memorial Park. Signups will also take place from 9 a.m. to noon and from 6 to 9 p.m. June 6 at Dick’s Sporting Goods in the Clearview Mall. Signups will also be held for ...

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Trivia | May 28, 2015
TRIVIA
What team had the lowest winning percentage to ever win a National League pennant? Wednesday’s answer: the 2014 World Series marked the first time in MLB history that both teams had fewer than 90 wins. ...

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Scoreboard | May 28, 2015
BASEBALL
National League All Times EDT By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Washington 28 19 .596 — New York 27 21 .563 1 Atlanta 23 23 .500 4 Philadelphia 19 30 .388 10 Miami 18 30 .375 10 Central Division W L Pct GB St. Louis 31 16 .660 — Chicago 25 21 .543 5 Pit...

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Scoreboard | May 28, 2015
TENNIS
How Top Seeds Fared By The Associated Press Wednesday At Stade Roland Garros Paris Men Second Round Roger Federer (2), Switzerland, def. Marcel Granollers, Spain, 6-2, 7-6 (1), 6-3. Tomas Berdych (4), Czech Republic, def. Radek Stepanek, Czech Republic, 6-3, 6-7 (7), 6-3, 6-3. Kei Nishikori...

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Scoreboard | May 28, 2015
HOCKEY
By The Associated Press All Times EDT CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) Saturday, May 16 N.Y. Rangers 2, Tampa Bay 1 Sunday, May 17 Anaheim 4, Chicago 1 Monday, May 18 Tampa Bay 6, N.Y. Rangers 2 Tuesday, May 19 Chicago 3, Anaheim 2, 3OT Wednesday, May 20 Tampa Bay 6, N.Y. R...

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Scoreboard | May 28, 2015
BASKETBALL
By The Associated Press All Times EDT CONFERENCE FINALS Tuesday, May 26 Cleveland 118, Atlanta 88, Cleveland wins series 4-0 Wednesday, May 27 Golden State 104, Houston 90, Golden State wins series 4-1 FINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) Thursday, June 4 Cleveland at Golden State, 9 p.m. S...

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Scoreboard | May 28, 2015
ON THE AIR
COLLEGE SOFTBALL 2:30 p.m. ESPN — World Series, game 2, teams TBD, at Oklahoma City 7 p.m. ESPN2 — World Series, game 3, teams TBD, at Oklahoma City 9:30 p.m. ESPN2 — World Series, game 4, teams TBD, at Oklahoma City GOLF 11 a.m. TGC — European PGA Tour, Irish Open, ...

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Scoreboard | May 28, 2015
EVENTS
Thursday Prospect League Baseball Champion City at Butler BlueSox, 7:05 p.m. Legion Baseball Meridian at West Sunbury, 6 p.m. Valley at East Butler, 6 p.m. Karns City at Butler City, 6 p.m. Center Township at Mars, 6 p.m. Kiski at Cranberry, 6 p.m. Friday Prospect League Baseball Champi...

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Youth Sports | May 28, 2015
YOUTH SPORTS
East Butler Orloski Landscape Management Devil Rays 11, Bob Stewart’s Service Center Blue Jays 9 — DR: Maggie Hays 3B 1B, Ayden Kuhrt 2-2BN 2-RBI, Jared Chantz 3-1B RBI; BJ: Cameron Cygan 2B 1B, Haydn Best 2B 1B RBI, Evan Fetter 4-1B RBI Dr. Tomasovic DMD Orioles 6, Bowser Family Photo...

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Youth Sports | May 28, 2015
YOUTH SOCCER
Butler County Soccer Association May 20-21 Goal Scorers Recreational Under 8 Chloe Fritch 6; Anna Blause, Lyrik Reed 5; Madison Gibson, Teirra Peffer 4; Amy Waggoner, Jamison Callender, Sarah Dodd 3; Natalie Karch, Ryan LeVier, Paige Snyder 2; Maranna Steighner, Santino Sloboda, Ashton McCarthe...

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