Warriors 5, Titans 3
Manzella, Pleva win Bowling Challenge
Pictured are the winners and runner-ups from the Second Annual High School Bowling Challenge held over the weekend at Lucky Lanes. They are, from left, boys’ runner-up Kory Crandall (Brocton), boys’ champion Brayden Manzella (Dunkirk), girls’ champion Sarah Pleva (Forestville) and girls’ runner-up Vicki Grey (Cattaraugus-Little Valley). In the girls’ bracket, Harlie Kalfas (Dunkirk), Pleva (Forestville), Hannah Schnur (Dunkirk), Emily Narraway (Forestville), Grey and Kayla Grey (Cattaraugus-Little Valley) advanced to the semifinals. In the boys’ bracket, Elliot Martin (Silver Creek), Manzella, Ricky Burgstrom, Austin Pierce, Crandall and Peter Kubera competed in the semifinals.
The Warriors received two goals from Caleb Gornikiewicz and a goal from Jack Frost.
Owen Rush and Joseph Newton each had an assist in the win while Lucas Pchelka was the defensive standout for the Warriors.
Christopher Waterman, Alex Paluch and Trevor Persch each scored goals to lead the Titans.
Tate Olson and Joshua Kneitinger were credited with assists while Anthony Fitz-Gerald was the defensive standout in defeat.
Lincoln Paternosh was in net for the Warriors while his counterpart was Kameron Mages
Southern Tier Storm
16U Girls Hockey
The Southern Tier Storm participated in the annual Sarah Backstrom Tournament in Erie, Pa. The team won all three games.
In the opening game, Kaylee Marsfelder scored two goals to lead the Storm to a 4-0 win over the Hamilton Hawks.
Tori Fanton and Emma Ferrick each netted a goal while Jade Walsh had two assists for the winners. Samantha Davis, Marissa Ketchner and Rebecca Rothleder each had an assist for the Storm.
Rachel Clark was in goal for the shutout.
In the second game, Walsh had two goals and an assist as the Storm blanked the Pittsburgh Wildcats, 5-0.
Ferrick, Rebecca Rothleder and Jade Swick each scored goals for the Storm. Lauren Madden and Clara Hendrix each dished out two helpers in the win.
Clark was once again in net to earn the shutout.
In the final game, Clark was once again a stone wall as she recorded her third shutout of the weekend in a 7-0 victory over the Tonawanda Lightning.
Goals were scored by Corri Proctor, Courtney Schoepflin, Carolyn Ferrick, Rothleder (2), Swick and Walsh.
Assists were tallied by Walsh, Clara Hendrix, Kaylee Marsfelder and Anna Booth.
Fredonia State softball spaghetti dinner
The Fredonia State softball team will hold its annual spaghetti dinner this Sunday, Feb. 12, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Dunkirk Moose Lodge No. 89, located at 296 Lake Shore Drive West in Dunkirk.
Tickets are $7 for adults, $4 for children 12-and-under, and can be purchased at the door.
Westfield baseball Chicken and Biscuit dinner
The Westfield varsity baseball parents are sponsoring a chicken and biscuit dinner and Chinese auction Feb. 26 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Westfield Moose.
Pre-sale tickets are being sold by players on the team or at the door.
Adult meals are $9 for adults and $7 for children.
Maple Grove Floor
The Maple Grove Student Council is hosting a Floor Hockey Tournament to benefit Ryan Samuelson and his family. The event will be held Friday, March 16 (and possibly March 17) at Bemus Point Elementary School.
Games will be 5-on-5, and it is open to all ages.
Registration is $15 per team, and the registration form can be found on the homepage of www.mgstudco.tk.
Modified high school hockey
The Western New York High School Club Hockey League (WNYHSCHL) modified ice hockey program is looking for participants. To qualify, a player must have been no older than 14 years old on Aug. 31, 2011 and in seventh or eighth grade. No sixth or ninth graders, regardless of age.
The league is also looking for certified hockey coaches (at least card level 1) to coach the upcoming season.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call Dave or Andrea Caccamise at 965-4161 by Feb. 12 if interested. Additional informational meetings will be held if enough players are interested.
Dunkirk Little League Registration
Dunkirk Little League will be holding three registrations in February. The dates and times are as follows: Sunday, Feb. 12 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.; Wednesday, Feb. 15 from 6-8 p.m.; and Thursday Feb. 16 from 6-8 p.m. All registration periods will take place at the Frank Acquavia Post, located at 211 Lakeshore Drive West.
To be eligible for baseball, all players must be 4-years-old before May 1, 2012, and will not be older than 13 before May 12.
To be eligible for softball, all players who will be 6-years-old before Jan. 1, 2012, and who will not reach the age of 13 before Jan. 1, may register.
All new and returning players must register. All new players must bring their original birth certificate to registration. Hospital and baptismal certificates will not be accepted as proof of age.
The fee is $40 per player, and includes a team jersey with name and number on the back and pants. The price is the same for all divisions, which include T-ball, minors and majors. There will be a $110 cap for three or more family members and a parent or guardian must be present at registration.
Tryouts will be held Sunday, March 4 for required players, with times being announced at registration.
All players will be asked to sell a minimum of two lottery calendars as part of one of the league's fundraisers.
Volunteer forms will be available at registration for all managers, coaches and concession stand volunteers. A copy of any potential volunteer will be needed.
Volunteers are needed to serve as managers coaches and team parents for the 2012 season. Information about how to volunteer or questions about registration can be directed to league president Gary Haase at 366-4452, or 679-6929.
Fredonia Little League
Fredonia Little League will hold registration for baseball and softball Saturday, Feb. 11 from 9 a.m. to noon, and Wednesday, Feb.15 from 6-9 p.m. in the Fredonia High school cafeteria.
Registration will be held for the following divisions: Boys' and girls' T-ball, ages 4-6; Boys' and girls' Hathaway League, ages 6-8; Cerrie League baseball, ages 8- 9 and boys' Wright League baseball, ages 10-12. In the softball division, registration will be held for teams in the minor league, ages 7-9, and major league, ages 10-12.
Participants must be a resident of the Fredonia Central School District
The cost is $55 for the Wright, Cerrie, Hathaway and softball leagues, and $40 for T-Ball leagues. There is a cap of $125 per family. This cap does not include the fundraiser.
All new and returning players must register and a copy of a birth certificate is required for all new players
Coaching and umpire applications will also be accepted at the registration sessions. All coaching applications must be received by FLL Board of Directors by Monday, Feb. 20 in order to be considered for a coaching position.
Westfield Little League
Westfield Little League sign-ups will be Tuesday, Feb. 21 from 6 to 8 p.m., at Westfield Academy and Central School cafeteria and Thursday, Feb. 23 from 6 to 8 p.m., at Eason Hall. Contact League President Matt at 326-2255 with any questions.
For more information, contact Mark Lutz at 679-8637.