Today's High School Sports Schedule
Saturday, May 19
Ripley at CLCS, 10 a.m.
Ripley at CLCS, 10 a.m.
Hillview Golf Course
Thursday Morning Open League - Low Score A Division: Paul Olkowski 38, Bob Manning 41, Scott Manning 41, Henry Smith 42. Low Score B Division: Dave Miller 45, Jim Ferrick 45, Pat Mackowiak 46, Dennis Gawronski 46. Low Score C Division: Joe Piworski 46, Ang Leone 50, Zeke Valentine 50. Closest to the Pin No. 5: Pat Mackowiak. Skins: A Division: Paul Olkowski (Nos. 1 & 2), Mike Willoughby (No. 9). B Division: Brian Manning (Nos. 2 & 6), Jim Ferrick (No. 3). C Division: Joe Piworski (Nos. 6 & 8), Ang Leone (No. 5), Tim Morrison (No. 9).
Top Points: Pat Mackowiak 36, Paul Olkowski 16, Brian Manning 16, Joe Piworski 12, Mike Willoughby 8, Jim Ferrick 8, Henry Smith 8, Ang Leone 6, Tim Morrison 6.
Vineyards Golf Course
Gene Andolina League - Low Scratch Scores: Bill Hart 36, Paul Trusso 37, Dave Criscione 38, Chuck Allesi 39, Jim Sedota 39, Smokey Gloss 39. Low Handicap Scores:Dave DeJoe 31, Ed Wilson 32, Bill Hart 33, Smokey Gloss 33, Jim Sedota 33, John Slaughter 33, Chuck Cowen 33, Don Cotton 34, Tom McTigue 34, Joe Favata 34, Bob Tripp 34, Dave Criscione 35, Paul Trusso 35, Joe Granata 35, Chuck Allesi 35. Closest to the Pin on No. 3: Chuck Cowen. Closest to the Pin on No. 9: Joe Granata.
Monday Night Ladies League - Cindy Chimera, Brenda Hennessey and Annita Luce tied for the low net at 37. Chimera scored the low gross at 44. The team low net went to Chimera/Luce (74). Team low gross was also Chimera/Luce (89). Closest to the pin was Hennessey (No. 1) and Janet Guenther (No. 5).
Wednesday Travel League - Al Etzel won for the second straight week by posting the low round of 80 at Peek'n Peak's Lower Course. Bill Merryweather finished second with 82. Etzel was low on the front nine with 39 while John Tofil was low on the back nine with 38. Ron Szach won the B Flight on a tiebreaker over Pete Gawron and Joe MIchalski. Dave Franklin won the C Flight on a tiebreaker over Dave Miller. Angelo Leone won the D Flight and the winner of the Commissioner's Award was Lou Polichetti.
Untied birdies were recorded by: A Flight - Joe Piwowarski (No. 2), Carlos Troche (No. 7), John Bongiovanni (No. 8), Paul Olkowski (No. 10) and Jim Ferrick (No. 13); B Flight - Gawron (Nos. 1 & 4), Jack Griswold (No. 6), Szach (No. 8), Michalski (No. 9) and Butch Mackowiak (No. 14); C Flight - Doug Grace (No. 14), Miller (No. 15), John Slaughter (No. 17), and Dan Kaszuba (No. 18); D Flight - Gary Haase (Nos. 1, 17 & 18), Jim Ellman Sr. (No. 3), Doug Newman (No. 4), Bryan McCarthy (Nos. 7 & 15), Leone (Nos. 8 & 16), and Polichetti (No. 10).
Closest to the pin were Ron Rys (No. 2), Bongiovanni (No. 8), Slaughter (No. 11) and Franklin (No. 16). Top point winners were Bongiovanni (57), Piwowarski and Szach (38 each), Slaughter (23.5), and Gawron (20). Season points leaders: 1)Bob Thompson 144.5, 2)Olkowski 135, 3)Gary Richardson and Rys 113 each, 5)Troche 98.5, 6)Slaughter 86, 7)Etzel 84, 8)Bongiovanni 83, 9)Szach 78, 10)Griswold 77.
Next week the league travels to Windy Hill Golf Course in Conneaut, Ohio for the Ohio Open. Tee-off is at 10 a.m.
Pinehurst Golf Course
Brocton American Legion Post 434 Wednesday Evening Men's League - Low gross: Adam Morello 40, Lenny Truby 40, Dave Willebrandt 41, Jon Esperson 41, Scott Jagoda 42 and Jack Kujawa 42. Low Net: Ben Miller 27, Dan Thompson 29, George Petrella 31, Bill Hipwell 32, Dan Lloyd-Priest 32 and Clint Nagel 33. Closest to the pin with the 2nd shot on No. 8 was Andy Deakin. Skins were won by Esperson (No. 1), Roger Miller (No. 7) and Deakin (No. 8). High points went to the team of Andy Deakin and Dan Thompson with a total of 14.5.
Dunkirk Little League Minor Division
Dom Polski 6,
Nate George Foundation 5
Xavier Santos went 3 for 3 to lead Dom Polski while Champ Texidor, Donovan Lockett and Adam Fred each added two hits. Matthew Levan played outstanding defense for Dom Polski.
Minor League Softball
Westfield's offense was led by Jessi Rickierson and Katlyn Haltiner while Yanna Bowen and Abigail Warner took charge of the defense. Sophia Demarco and Brenna Watson each pitched two strong innings.
For Family Orthodontics, Jane Fortna and Hailey Clutter each pitched two good innings and Madison Marsh, Caelin Holt and Jamie Hemenger each added hits and scored runs for Family Orthodontics. The defense was led by Ashley Ricker and Julia Fortna.
Annual Woody Keyser Memorial Open Softball Tournament set for June 2-3
The Woody Keyser Memorial Open Modified Softball Tournament is slated for June 2-3.
This year will mark the 13th annual event, which is held in Westfield.
The tournament began in 1999 in honor of Woody Keyser. Woody was a beloved member of the Westfield community who dedicated his time coaching and sharing his love of the sport with a generation of youngsters. All proceeds from this tournament go to The Woody Keyser Memorial Fund.
Donations from the fund are made in Woody's name to local youth baseball and softball leagues. In addition, the tournament supports the Woody Keyser Memorial Scholarship at Westfield Academy and Central School. Each year, one graduating senior baseball or softball player who exhibits hard work, dedication and sportsmanship is the recipient of this award.
Ten-man open modified teams are invited to participate in this family-oriented event. There will be a $275 entry fee. The top three teams will receive prize money and commemorative shirts.
To participate, contact tournament director, Steve Keyser, at 680-0207 or, visit www.leaguelineup.com/thekeyser for more information.
Van?Miller Hometown?Hero Scholarship
The Van Miller Hometown Hero Scholarship Fund will be hosting its fourth annual golf tournament on Friday, June 15, at Shorewood Country Club.
Registration for the event will begin at 8:30 a.m., with a shotgun start planned for 10.
The honorary chairperson of the event will be Ed Rutkowski, a former Buffalo Bills quarterback, halfback, and wide receiver, who played for the team from 1963-69 while also serving as Erie County Executive from 1979-87.
The cost of the event is $135 for non-Shorewood members, $115 for Shorewood members without a cart plan and $100 for Shorewood members with a cart plan. All prices include golf and dinner. For those wishing only to attend the dinner, the cost is $40. Donations will be accepted.
For those wishing to sponsor the event, Gold, Silver and Tee sponsorships are still available.
A Gold sponsorship costs $2,000, and will include complimentary registration for eight golfers, including cart, greens fees, lunch and dinner, as well as a complimentary tee sign with company name displayed on the course, display of company banner at the clubhouse, recognition as an event sponsor in print, and recognition with a listing in the dinner program.
A Silver sponsorship costs $1,000 and includes complimentary registration for four golfers in a foursome, carts, greens fees, lunch and dinner. The sponsorship also includes a complimentary tee sign with company name displayed on the course, recognition as an event sponsor in print and recognition within the dinner program.
A Tee sponsor costs $125 and includes the company name displayed on signage at one hole on the course, recognition in select print and recognition in the dinner program.
Checks should be made payable to NCCF. The memo line should read, "Van Miller Golf." All entry forms should be mailed to Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation, C/O Van Miller Golf Tournament, 212 Lake Shore Drive West, Dunkirk, NY, 14048.
For questions, call Lake Shore Savings at 366-4070, or via email at email@example.com.