Paul Pyle softball
STEUBENVILLE - The Paul Pyle Adult Co-Ed Softball League is holding an informational meeting at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Belleview Clubhouse.
The entry fee for the league is $180 and the season will start at the end of April.
For information, call Jason Jenkins at (740) 317-1975 or Bill Ellis Jr. at (740) 317-1975.
Madonna tennis sweeps
WEIRTON - The Weirton Madonna boys and girls tennis teams earned wins on Thursday.
The Madonna girls tennis team topped Weir High, 4-3. Ali Welch recorded the first win for Madonna with an 8-4 victory over Claudia Diaz. Barbara Suliminova of the Red Riders answered with an 8-0 win over Christina Conforti.
Elizabeth Conforti of the Blue Dons beat Bailee Tusack, 8-1, and Madonna's Morgan Duerr topped Aubrey Anderson, 8-1.
The Weir doubles team of Diaz and Suliminova earned an 8-4 win, while Mikayala Zias and Morgan Cassels, also of Weir, won 8-6.
Eva Bowser and Annie Frankovitch had an 8-2 doubles win for the Blue Dons.
On the boys' side, the Blue Dons won, 7-0. Matt Conforti opened with an 8-0 win over Stephen White. Thomas Gianni beat Brendon Wade, 8-3, and Dom Clements topped Jordan Barney 8-1. Alan Alimario closed the singles play with an 8-0 win over Hayden Vida.
Conforti and Gianni earned an 8-2 doubles win, while Clements and Alimario prevailed, 8-0. Ryan Watts and Cole Roberts also earned a doubles win with an 8-1 score.
Oak Glen girls beat Park
WHEELING - The Oak Glen girls tennis team earned a 4-3 win over Wheeling Park on Thursday.
Madison Juszczak and Katie Szymanski each earned singles wins for the Golden Bears. Juszczak prevailed over McKenzie Rodgers, 8-5, while Szymanski topped Juliana Pond, 8-2.
The doubles team of Szymanski and Madison Hill beat Pond and Marianna Kibak, 9-7.
Golden Bears softball wins
NEW MANCHESTER - The Oak Glen softball team beat Bishop Donahue 10-0 in three innings Thursday.
Freshman Hannah Clunk twirled a one-hitter and earned the win for Oak Glen with four strike outs and no walks.
The Lady Bears tallied seven hits.
FUS softball falls on road
ALTOONA, Pa. - A snowstorm the day before turned into a perfect storm for Franciscan softball as a last-minute schedule forced the Barons to face the top team in their conference with just 10 players. The limited roster led to a pair of losses, 26-4 and 17-0 to Penn State-Altoona.
"We knew going in that this was going to be a tough game," head coach Jen Parker said. "The odds definitely were not in our favor and we did not start out the first game well."
The first inning of game one was the low point of the day as the Lady Lions brought in 18 runs putting the game well out of hand with four innings left to play.
Leading FUS in both games was senior Mallori Linscomb who has two hits, one run, and one RBI in the first game and then went two-for-two from the plate in the second game.