Archive - May 9, 2012
Wednesdayâs Kane at Elk County Catholic softball game was suspended in the top half of the fourth inning due to unplayable field conditions.
The game was suspended in the top half of the fourth inning with the Lady Wolves leading by a 1-0 score. They had the bases loaded at the time.
Abbey Bauer started on the mound for Elk, giving up three hits, walking two and striking out three. Kyla Hoag started on the mound for Kane, giving up one hit, walking one and striking out six.
On a day when it looked like we may not even play baseball the rain stopped long enough to get an entire game in. Elk County Catholic came away with a 9-1 victory over Kane.
The Kane Wolves got off to a good start as they left runners on second and third with two out getting the final out to fly to center field.
In their half of the first Andrew Pierson reached base as he was hit by a pitch. Then with 2-out cleanup hitter Andrew Peterson hit a long ball between the outfielders that rolled all the way to the fence allowing Pierson to score the first run of the game.
More than 150 awards were presented Wednesday evening at the 16th annual Academic Banquet at the Kane High School gymnasium.
A total of 335 students and their families attended the banquet. The school cafeteria staff prepared the dinner.
High School Principal Jeff Kepler said the attendance was "the largest ever" for the fete that recognizes students for their excellence in the classroom.
Joyce Magnuson, the high school librarian, made her debut as the banquet chairman for the first time.
Melanie Clabaugh was amazed last year when nearly 200 volunteers participated in the first KARE For Kane Day to tackle projects to beautify the community.
Imagine how she feels now as more than 400 âpre-registeredâ volunteers are gearing up for the second KARE Day Friday.
âLast yearâs turnout exceeded our expectations,â Clabaugh said. âThis yearâs response is overwhelming.â
Harold C. Weaver, age 86, of Fairview, passed away on May 7, 2012, at Pleasant Ridge Manor West.Â
He was born in Williamsport on May 13, 1925, the son of the late Charles and Laura Barner Weaver.
Harold was proud to have served in the United States Navy during World War II as a Third Class Signalman.Â On D-Day he was on LCI, #499 transporting troops to Sword Beach.Â He received the American and European Theatre Awards, the Medal of the Jubilee of Liberty and good conduct awards.Â