JOHNSTOWN — Outdoors
Turkey hunter’s clinic at Stackhouse Park
A spring turkey hunter’s clinic will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 15 at the fireplace pavilion of Stackhouse Park, 998 Luzerne St., Westmont.
The clinic will cover scouting and hunting tactics, safety and ethics, bow hunting in the classic tradition, calls and calling, and camouflage.
Instructors will be Tom Hindman, Mike Horst and Mary Jo Casalena of the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
All participants must preregister and participation is limited to 25 students.
Registration is $15 per person and youths ages 18 and younger are free.
Lunch will be provided.
The clinic is sponsored by Allegheny Plateau, National Wild Turkey Federation; National Rifle Association; and Powell Stackhouse Park Inc.
Registration and information: 536-1674 or 241-2147.
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Josh Staniscia had two hits in the win.
John Pudliner and Travis Antolik each had a hit for First Commonwealth, which was limited to two hits by Delweld’s Nate Plummer.
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Berkley Hills Renegades 5, Laurel Auto Group 4: The Renegades overcame a four-run deficit to turn away Laurel Auto Group at Point Stadium. Dan Gray had two RBI and drove in the game-winning run with a walk-off single in the seventh. Dylin Brooks had two hits in the win.
Laurel Auto Group’s Anthony Piccolini was 2-for-3.
St. Michael 13, Portage 4: In Portage, Joe Donoughe doubled twice and scored three runs in support of his complete-game effort on the mound as the Saints topped Portage. Jared Baker scored two runs for St. Michael, which received two hits apiece from Spencer Ivock, Bryan Miller and Colin Smay.
Donoughe scattered five hits with Brandon Vocco’s double serving as Portage’s lone extra-base hit.
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Nate Bearer pitched six innings for Patton (2-0) and Adam Polites pitched the seventh. They combined on a six-hitter. Josh Serafin added two hits for Patton.
Hunter Bizak and PC Callahan had two hits apiece for Cernic’s.