Pictured are members of the Orchard Park 10UFastpitch team which won the Orchard Park Softball Tournament. They are, in front from left, Ava Miller, Hannah Kwasniewski, Moira Michalski, Megan Kyte (Fredonia), Kennedy Pilat and Gretchen Hazard. In the second row are Molly Pataky, Maggie Kellner, Marissa Gawlak, Jenna Smolerek, Ellena Gonzalez and Emaleigh Cooper. In back are assistant coach Todd Miller, head coach Bridget Russell, assistant coaches Frank Unger and Mark Kwasniewski.
A Fun Night with a Hawaiian theme was sponsored by Lillian Saunders, June Beers, Colleen Paradis and Sue Slate. Teams were required to putt with whiffle balls for the round. Jill Muck had the least putts with 15 and Saunders had the most putts with 29. The longest drive winner was Michelle Crowell.
CONNEAUT, Ohio - Bill Merryweather and Ed Tofil each shot 82 for the low score in the Ohio Open at Windy Hill Golf Club. Merryweather was the overall winner on a tiebreaker, with Joe Michalski finishing one-stroke behind (83). Merryweather led the front nine with 40 while Tofil led the back with 38. Dave Franklin won the B Flight on a tiebreaker over Jack Griswold and Bob Roesler and Doug Keith was the C Flight champion. Winner of the Commissioner's Award was Greg Haase.
Untied birdies were recorded by: A Flight: Tofil (Nos. 1 and 12), Michalski (No. 11), Merryweather (No. 12) and Mick Dunning (No. 13); B Flight: Tim Walawender (No. 2), Roesler (No. 3), Franklin (Nos. 7 and 13), Gary Richardson (No. 9) and Griswold (No. 17); C Flight: Gary Haase (No. 3), Keith (No. 4), Dick Maggio (No. 11), Greg Haase (No. 13) and Angelo Leone (No. 15).
Closest to the pin were Merryweather (No. 2), Griswold (Nos. 4 and 16) and Dunning (No. 13). Top point winners were Griswold (30), Dunning and Merryweather (27 each) and Franklin (24). Season points leaders: 1) Bob Thompson (144.5) 2) Paul Olkowski (135) 3) Richardson (122) 4) Ron Rys (113) 5) Griswold (107).
Next week the league plays the Pennsylvania Open at North Hills Golf Course in Corry, Pa. Tee off is at 9:26 a.m. Players who haven't signed up must do so by Monday by contacting Butch Mackowiak at 679-4027.
Tuesday Night Men's Golf League - Tim Bulger 35, Brenton Wilcox 35, Steve Wintersteen 35, John Crossley 36, Brad Kell 37, Tim Miller 37, Rod Lind 38, Todd Fenton 39, Dick Frost 39, Bruce Kaus 39, Rick Roos 39. Closest to the pin: Ron Mason (No. 6). Skins: Tim Bulger (No. 1, birdie), Don Cornell (No. 3, birdie) and Rick Roos (No. 5, eagle). Low net: Bruce Kaus 27.
Ladies League - Low scores: Kathy Bradshaw 40, Julie Fenton 41, Cindy Chimera 48, Pam Ulrich 49 and Judy Wallin 49. Best ball: Nancy Risley and Kathy Bradshaw 28, Judy Wallin and Dianne Cornell 29, Pam Ulrich and Kay Pagano 31, Annita Luce and Cindy Chimera 31, Dory Johnson and Kim Murphy 32 and Stacey Wintersteen and Laura Wintersteen 32. Closest to the Pin: Sue Grace.
Pinehurst Golf Course
Brocton American Legion Post 434 Wednesday Evening Men's League - Low scores for the two-man team scramble format were Andy Deakin and Dan Thompson 34, Bill Thompson and Carter Stetson 36, Gary Arnold and Doug Mason 36, Dave Willebrandt and Bill Hipwell 36, Scott Jagoda and Roger Miller 36 and Bob Remington and Jon Esperson 36. Closest to the pins on the par-3's were Willebrandt on No. 13 and Adam Morello on No. 16. Closest to the pin on No. 15 with the third shot was Andy Deakin.
Wednesday Night Men's Golf League - Scores: Doug Rylowicz 41, Pat Mackowiak 43, Gordy Haight 44, Mike Rylowick 45, Dan Griffin 46, Steve Henderson 47 and Brian Venn 52. Top point winners: Doug Rylowicz 7.5, Pat Mackowiak 7.5 and Brian Venn 6.5. Untied Birdies: Gordy Haight (No. 5) and Doug Rylowicz (No. 7). Longest drive on No. 4: Steve Henderson. Closest to pin: Brian Venn (No. 3) and Dan Griffin (No. 8).
Tim Miller used a 6-iron to score a hole in one at Cassadaga Country Club during the Tuesday Night Men's Golf League on May 15.
Miller aced the 165-yard par-3 hole No. 17. The shot was witnessed by Don House, Tony Mangine and Pat Kelly.
Hanover Little League
Newbrook/Excelco 7, Reds Pizza 1
Dylan Slaght had two hits including a homer and had five strikeouts in closing out the Reds. Stephen Romanik had two hits for Newbrook.
Newbrook/Excelco 10, Olsens 4
Dylan Slaght had eight strikeouts and Zachary Rybak had two hits to lead Newbrook.
Travis Drozdziel had a double for Olsens.
Newbrook/Excelco 10, Tim Horton's 1
Donald Gula had three hits and Jayden Whitcomb had two hits to carry Newbrook over Tim Horton's.
Girls Parochial League Softball
Northern Chautauqua Catholic School 6,
Queen of Heaven 1
Hannah Cybart twirled a no-hitter, striking out 15 batters. Hannah Gullo had the game-winning hit with a double and two RBIs. Quinn Bankoski and Hannah Cybart each had two hits to pace the 10-hit attack.