Striders open season Saturday
STEUBENVILLE - The Steuben Striders Track Club will open its 37th season Saturday at the Harding Stadium track and field complex.
Registration will be from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
The meet is open to children between the ages of 5 and 18. The fee is $10 per child, and the meet will begin at 9:30 a.m.
For information, call Patricia E. Herring at (740) 264-3165.
Toronto to hold youth tourney
TORONTO - The Toronto Junior baseball program will hold its annual tournament July 1-8. All teams must be league all-star teams.
Travel teams will not be permitted. Division are: 9-10 and 11-12. The entry fee is $125 per team. The first eight paid teams in each age group will be accepted.
For information, contact Steve Sninchak at (740) 537-5283.
Toronto boosters to hold golf event
TORONTO - The Red Knight Boosters Club is having a golf scramble July 17 at Dyer Country Club. Entry fee is $50 per person. Food and beverages will be provided. It is a noon shotgun.
For information or to sponsor a hole, contact Steve Sninchak at (740) 537-5283, or any booster member.
Force U-19 stays perfect
WEIRTON - The Weirton Force U-19 travel soccer team defeated Wheeling United, 8-1, Sunday to remain undefeated.
Chad Ford and Joseph Leonard each scored two goals, while Tom Bell, Phillip Rigaud, Dave Almeida and Michael Sherman also recorded a goal each. George Martich contributed three assists while Cody Schwertfeger, Ford and Anthony Venci each had one assist. Steven Keating totaled 16 saves.
"Wheeling United is a great program and a very well-coached team," said Force coach Jared Robinson. "They beat our U-17 team twice this season so I knew we were in for a good game. My kids just continue to amaze me. They love the game and they just keep getting better and better.
"They have their eyes set on the Edinboro tournament at the end of this month, and we continue to use every game to perfect how we play together to get ready for the tournament. I have to give credit to my assistant coach Milan Martich. He has helped this team in a tremendous way."