Today's H.S. Schedule
Catt.-LV at North Collins
Ripley at Westfield
Catt.-LV at North Collins
Silver Creek at Lew-Port
Eden at Lake Shore
The following are the rosters for the Major Division: EDFF: Bernadette Banach, Aaliyah Bass, Mercedes Brent, Angel Catalano, Jelissa Collier, Samantha Gifford, Victoria Kujawa, Sami Moser, Kymi Nance, Hannah Marie Osar, Erianna Paredes, Adrianna Pencek, Aolani Rivera, Glorimar Rivera and Lauren Ross. Manager: Lorrie Catalano.
Kosciuszko Club: Courtney Bailey, Amri Bauza, Brianna Gawronski, Mariah Glowniak, Mackenzie Gugino, Jasmine Larvy, Isabella Marshall, Victoria McQuiggan, Emma Newton, Rosa Pacheco, Hannah Sanchez, Hayliegh Sanchez, Olivia Lynn Smith, Isabella Surma and Olivia Surma. Manager: Carl Bailey.
Nathan George Foundation: Emily Baumgartner,
Jessia Beehler, Kiara Boyd, Genielle Byczynski, Amari Carter, Olivia Corbett, Kaitlyn Davis, Julia Fred, Sabrina Lawrence, Megan Levan, Olivia Piazza, Monica Pokoj, Alexis Ruiz, Haley Tenamore and Alexis Tofil Manager: Harvey Tofil.
Silver Creek Firemen - PJ Azzarella 300-691, Clark Smith 679, Jeff Seeley 265, Bob Smith 254.
Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer
Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer sign-ups will be held on April 17 at the Sinclairville Elementary School from 6:308:30 p.m., and 6:30-8:30 p.m. on April 24 at the Cassadaga Valley Middle/High School from 6:30-8:30 p.m..
All children ages 4-14 are encouraged to play. Visit cvyouthsoccer.com for more details.
The Sixth Annual Fundamental Football Camp has been scheduled for July 16-19 at the Chautauqua Lake Central School Football Facility.
The camp is open to all area football players entering grades 3 through 8 and runs from 8:30 a.m. to noon daily. The camp will feature non-contact technique training designed to improve an athletes beginning, intermediate or advanced skill level.
Campers will receive position instruction, speed and agility training and offensive/defensive team work from top area coaches. An emphasis will be placed on sportsmanship and teamwork. Camp tuition is $90 for the week and scholarships are available.
There is limited space available so pre-register by calling Joshua Liddell at 640-3580.
The ninth edition of the McDonald's Senior Tour will open its season with a registration brunch to be held at the Lakewood Rod and Gun Club on Monday, April 16.
Registration will begin at 11 a.m.
Any senior golfer, 60 years or older, is eligible to join the tour. Participants will be asked to sign on as a regular or as an alternate when registering. Car pooling will be encouraged when ever possible.
A registration fee of $15 will be collected at the door and $7 for the brunch.
All golfers attending are asked to bring any golf balls, shoes or clubs they wish to donate to "Bunkers In Bagdad."
Dick Nelson and Randy Carlson will be there to accept the donations.
For more information, contact Art Asquith at 595-3185.
Pinehurst Senior Scramble
The Pinehurst Senior Scramble will begin April 26 at 9 a.m.
For more information, contact Keith Rothwell at 326-4133.
"Game Time" Basketball Camp
at Fredonia State
The men's basketball team at Fredonia State will be hosting its third annual "Game Time" basketball camp April 9-13. The camp will run from 9:30 a.m. to noon daily and is open for both boys and girls ages 9-15.
The camp will include daily instruction in ball handling, shooting, defense and passing with the focus on 3-on-3, half-court games and daily 5-on-5 team competition.
"With a lot of the local schools off for spring break this week, we are offering a fun, competitive, action-packed week of basketball for all skill levels" Kevin Moore, Fredonia State basketball coach said.
The camp will be instructed by Moore along with his staff and players.
The cost of the camp is $80 for the week and all campers get a complimentary camp T-shirt. Walk-up registrations will be taken at the door Monday, April 9, starting at 9 a.m.
For more information, call Moore at 673-3108 or email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women Who Golf4Fun
The season will begin for the women on Wednesday, May 2, at Hillview. Tee-off is scheduled for 10 a.m.
The league is open to women golfers of all kinds.
A short meeting and a "Dutch Treat Pizza Party" will be held after golf.
For more information, contact Bobbi Deering at 366-5805 or Dodo Dudek at 366-3306.
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 email@example.com.
2012 Chautauqua Striders Runner
of the Year Series
The Chautauqua Striders Runner of the Year Series, sponsored by WCA Center For Orthopedics, Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, is a year-long running competition designed to determine the top area distance runners. During the year, runners accumulate points in selected area races. In 2012, the selected races are as follows:
Wooden Shoe 5K5KMay 19
Sa. Army Anew Run5KJune 9
Firecracker Run10KJuly 4
Laurel Run8KJuly 21
Dunkirk Lakefront 5K5KAug. 11
Dan Feather Memorial 5K5KSept. 2
Bemus Point 15K15KSept. 30
Heritage Trick or Trot5KOct. 27
Amy's Run5KNov. 24
There are separate divisions for males and females who compete for overall and age-group titles. No special action needs to be taken to enter. A runner is automatically entered simply by running in the selected races.
For the overall competition, runners placing in the Top 10 of any of the selected races are awarded points as follows: 10 points for first place, nine for second, eight for third, seven for fourth, six for fifth, five for sixth, four for seventh, three for eighth, two for ninth and one for 10th.
For the age group competition, points will be awarded as follows: Three points for a first-place finish in the age group, two for second and one for third. Age groups are as follows: 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69 and 70-and-Over. Runners are placed in an age group category based upon their age as of Dec. 31, 2012.
In each category, the runner with the most points at the end of the year will be crowned "Runner of the Year." The Runner of the Year awards will be distributed at the Chautauqua Striders Winter Banquet in February or March 2013. Awards will be given to the overall Male Runner of the Year, the overall Female Runner of the Year, and runners placing in the top three of their age group category. No runner will be eligible for an age group award unless he or she received an age group point in at least two Runner of the Year Series races. There is no duplication of awards.
Chautauqua Lake Central School, with the assistance of the Chautauqua County Baseball Umpires' Association, will once again sponsor the High School Baseball Showcase, April 27-28, at Russell E. Diethrick Park in Jamestown.
This is the sixth year of the resurrection of the showcase, which was conceived in the 1980s. The event will feature 12 teams from Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties, in a schedule of six games over the two-day period.
The showcase gives local high school players an opportunity to play in a professional baseball stadium, with the potential to be seen by college coaches, whom have been notified about the event.
The schedule is as follows:
Friday, April 27
Forestville at Chaut. Lake, 4:30 p.m.
Gowanda at Southwestern, 7:30
Saturday, April 28
Clymer at West Valley, 10 a.m.
Ellicottville at Westfield, 1 p.m.
Pine Valley vs. Panama, 4 p.m.
Dunkirk vs. Maple Grove, 7 p.m.
A gate fee of $1 for students (K-12) and senior citizens and $2 for adults, will be charged to help Chautauqua Lake baseball, as well as to help add to the Umpires' Association Baseball Scholarship Fund. The gate fee will also go to help offset some of the costs of operating the event.
All umpires working games during the weekend will be donating their game fees back to the association to be put into their scholarship fund.