Monday Night Mixed Couples - High team game: Troutman's 723. High team series: Troutman's 2,126. High game men: Justin Young 215. High series men: Neil Young 577. High game women: Cheryl Doner 185. High series women: Carol Wise 509. Other high scores: Winfield Doner 210-545, Dan Troutman 202-511, Justin Young 547, Bob Patterson 193-203-555, Mike Wise 200-537, Mark Bartkowski 203-547, Neil Young 202-191, John Taber 201-533, Ed Skelly 513, Russ Delahoy 192, Justina Troutman 182-491, Carol Wise 172-179, Cheryl Doner 168-496, Becky Skelly 164.
Paul Hill Memorial - High team game: Black Paw 1,048. High team series: Black Paw 3,055. High game men: Erik Darling 269. High series men: Steve Grimm 689. High game women: Nancy Earle 205. High series women: Nancy Earle 569. Other high scores: Ken Purdy 224, Robbie Coulton 225-202-621, Ray Sanford 235-201-616, Erik Darling 201-269-668, Mike Meyers 228, Bob Stelley 255-616, Daren Waterman 241, Steve Grimm 256-240-689, Mike McKeever 212, Derrek Stelley 206, Mike Birtchnall 210, Ed Howard 202-246, Mike Emke-Walker 212, Pat Ritcher 201-200, Mike Howard 200-214-601, Paul Schulz 206, Brian Shulz 242-632, Joyce Purdy 160, Liz Gabel 168, Ashley Milks 172, Dee Connolly 164, Nancy Earle 205-181-183-569.
Saturday Night Drifters - High team game: The Handycapps 896. High team series: Looney Tunes 2,541. High game men: Ernie Clareus 233. High series men: Will Webber 571. High game women: 212. High series women: Kate Bixby 507. Other high scores: Laurie Dills 183, Nancy Earle 212, Kelly Carriero 167-171, Joyce Purdy 174-161, Kate Bixby 203-507, Paula Knoop 163, Anita Clareus 161-189-506, Will Webber 200, Rich Emery 208, Tom Bixby 205, Doug Lay 210, Ernie Clareus 233.
Club Basketball Classic
The Cheektowaga Lions Club will host the 14th Annual Senior High School Ladies Basketball Classic on Saturday, March 24, at the Cheektowaga Central High School. The event will feature the top female high school basketball players from across Western New York.
Katie Stang (Gowanda) and Cindy Nelson (North Collins) will be teammates on the Justinettes. Skylar Ondus (Gowanda) will play for the Knights.
The first game will pit the Lioness team and the Justinettes at 6:30 p.m. The second game is slated for 8:30 p.m. and will feature the Lions and the Knights. The games are open to the public. Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students. For tickets, call 685-1422.
to Fight Cancer
The Second Annual KC/Paper Factory Floor Hockey Tournament will be held March 31 at the Dunkirk Recreation Center. The cost is $25 per person for a six-person team. Participants must 16 years of age or older.
It is a 3-on-3 format with three games guaranteed. There will be prizes for first, second and third place.
Register by email with names to email@example.com or call Eric at 410-0309. Proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life. The event is presented by the Kosciuszko Club/Paper Factory Relay for Life Team.
Registration for the spring travel season of the Northern Chautauqua Soccer Association (NCSA) remains open until Friday, April 6. The travel club known as NC Concord competes in the Southern Tier Travel Soccer League (STTSL). This year, the club will field teams in the U10 Co-ed, U12, and U14, as well as U17 Boys and Girls divisions.
Players are still needed for the U10 Co-ed, U12 Girls and Boys divisions, and the U14 Boys division. Player openings in the U14 Girls, U17 Girls and U17 Boys division are available on a limited basis.
Registration fees are $85 for the U10 co-ed and U12 division and $100 for U14 and U17 divisions. There is a $60 uniform fee for new players only. Need based scholarships are available on a limited basis with forms available online at www.myncsa.com. Mail or drop off completed forms with payment at 103 Gardner St.,Fredonia, N.Y. 14063.
The STTSL was established in 1991 to fill a need for a more competitive program than the summer recreational model for committed, talented youth soccer players. Teams from Chautauqua County participate as well as teams from Erie and Cattaraugus counties and Bradford, Pennsylvania. Last year, both the NC Concord U14 Boys and U14 Girls teams won their division championship games held at the Town of Ellery Park and hosted by the Bemus Area Youth Soccer Organization (BAYSO).
Bi-weekly practices for travel soccer begin indoors in March and outdoors as soon as the weather permits. Games are typically held on Sunday afternoons beginning in early May and concluding with the playoff tournament at the end of June. Plans are under way for all NC Concord teams to participate in a tournament in June.
Highlights of the STTSL include the STAR program, in which a patch is awarded to one player per team each game for the star qualities of Sportsmanship, Teamwork, Attitude and Respect. STAR patch recipients are selected by their opponents at the end of each game. In addition, the league has created a zero tolerance policy for players, coaches and spectators in order to promote positive interactions with officials and everyone attending a game. To learn more about the STTSL visit www.sttsl.org.
Questions about NC Concord travel soccer should be directed to Program Director Pattie MacKinnon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Softball Sign ups
The Forestville Sports Club will be holding sign ups for the upcoming summer softball season Tuesday, March 13.
The sign ups will be held from 5-8 p.m., at the Forestville Elementary School. Any girl from Forestville or Silver Creek wishing to play, is encouraged to sign up. All participants must be 7-years-old as of Dec. 31, 2011.
For more information, call Mike Nasal 998-9720.