Seneca Giants 6,
Pro Bats Yankees 3
Dennis Gawronski scattered seven hits and struck out six in a complete-game effort to lead the Giants to victory.
Early walks led to a tough loss for Matt Wallace who did not allow a hit in defeat.
Evan Ritenburg singled and Shawn Hennessey homered for the Giants. Steve Pantano singled twice and Mark Wallace doubled for the Yankees.
Fredonia Wright League
American Legion 7, Moose 6
Damian Skelly hit a two-run single in the bottom of the sixth for American Legion, then later advanced home on a walk-off single by Jamison Horch to secure the win.
Tyler Winchell led the Legion offense with a double and single. Also contributing hits were Tyler Rosen, Anthony Gullo and Jack Penharlow. Pitching duties were shared by Horch and closer DJ Apthorp who combined to seat 12 Moose batters.
The Moose offense was led by Jacob Tarnowski who belted a double which scored two. Key hits for Moose came off the bats of Will Schrantz, Kevin Siracuse, Nathan Shuart and Dalton Gardner. Kevin Siracuse pitched well for Moose striking out six while Shuart also pitched. The Moose played outstanding in the field making eight outs off of strong defensive plays from AJ Schrantz, Siracuse and Tarnowski.
Pucci's 7, Hart Development 4
Pucci's had timely hits by Owen Nicosia, Dawson Rafan (two hits), Derrick Walters and triples by Nico Pucci and Tyler Cain.
Derrick Walters was the winning pitcher and Owen Nicosia earned the save.
For Hart, Lucas Voss led at the plate with two hits and a homer, Chris Buchanan (two hits) and Nick Pchelka hit safely.
Buchanan and Tyler Cloos pitched well in defeat.
Fredonia Hathaway Division
Tradition Agency vs. Mary's Deli
Tradition Agency was led by Eva Storm and Mikey Riddle as they played strong defense. Xavier Case and Maria Maytum were the offensive leaders.
For Mary's Deli, Brody Cave and Dominic Tenamore had the hot gloves on defense. Tate Brecht and Colin Crowell led the offense.
Dunkirk Minors Softball
Kosciuszko Club 3
Wendy's played strong offensive ball with Cierra Smith batting 4 for 4, Mia Barone added an impressive six hits and Rebecca Piede added three singles. Lila Cameron and Kelly Lucas split the pitching duties for Wendy's.
The Dog House's heavy hitters were Tayler Skelly, batting 3 for 3, and Amanda Lombardo, who added three singles.
Defensive standouts for the Kosciuszko Club were Christina White and Maya Rosblock. Kahea Wojcinski finished out the pitching duties for the Dog House.
Rexford Services Inc. 3, Mayville 2
Charlie Rexford and David Miller shared duties on the hill striking out 14 Mayville batters. Rexford helped his own cause by slamming two doubles .
David Miller, Danny Siragusa, Nate San George and Patrick Newell all added hits in the win.
Dunn Tire 9, Mayville 4
Hunter Rizzo pitched a complete game striking out 13 for the win. The offense was led by Leroy Lindstrom with two hits. Tyler Morello, Tristan Kristan and Riley Rivera added a hit apiece.
Mayville's offense was led by Kyler Hammond with two hits.
Dunn Tire 9, LaPort 1
Jordan Krystofiak and Ronald Brown led Dunn Tire with three hits apiece.
Leroy Lindstrom had his first over-the-fence home run. Brown had 11 strikouts and to close the game, Krystofiak had four strikeouts for the win.
LaPort was led by Mike Poletto and Allen Warren who both singled. Brock Schuster was the pitcher with seven strikeouts.
Tuesday Night Men's Golf League - Darren Mangine 35, Rick Roos 36, Rod Lind 37, John Crossley 38, Don House 38, Sean Helmer 39, Scott Smith 39, Don Cornell 39 and Steve Wintersteen 39. Closest to the pin: Steve Wintersteen (No. 5). Low Net: Alex McQuiggan 26.
Women Who Golf For Fun - Pat Kaus and Pat Daniel tied for first place. Hitting second was Theresa Leone and third Rosemary Tibbetts. Closest to the No. 9 pin on the second shot was Kaus. This finishes the practice golf and the women will begin their season next Wednesday with a meeting at 8:30 a.m. and tee off at 9 a.m. The women are reminded the monthly luncheon will be held June 20 following golf. Women golfers are always be welcomed. For further information, call Bobbi Deering 366-5805 or Dodo Dudek 366-3306.
Pinehurst Golf Course
Brocton American Legion Post 434 Wednesday Evening Men's League - Low gross: Scott Jagoda 37, Adam Morello 38, Gary Arnold 38, Dave Willebrandt 41 and George Petrella 41. Low net: Dan Mets 30, Petrella 30, Mike Manzella 30, Dan Thompson 31, John Feiner 31, Tim Wagner 32 and Junior Martinez 32. Closest to the pins on the par 3's: Wagner (No. 4), Bob Remington (No. 7). Closest to the pin on No. 5 with the second shot was Dan Thompson. Longest putt on No. 1 was Dave Travis. Skins were won by Gary Arnold on No. 2, Dan Thomposon on No. 5 and Dave Meadows on No. 7. Most points scored were Meadows and Feiner with 15 and Petrella and Dan Lloyd/Priest with 14.
The Vineyards Wednesday Night Ladies - Low team gross: Darleen Kawskiand Bina Loftus 107. Low team net: Barb VanDette and Desi Coon 72. Low individual gross: Barb VanDette 43. Low individual net: VanDette 33. Fewest putts: VanDette 14.
Wednesday Travel League
CORRY, Pa. - The league held its first grand slam event, "The Pennsylvania Open,' at North Hills Golf Course. The overall winner was Paul Olkowski, who shot the low round of 78. This was Olkowski's second career Open title, the first coming in 2003. Finishing second was Ed Tofil with 82. The low front nine was shot by Dave Mathews (37) and the low back nine was shot by Dennis Gawronski Sr. (38). In the B Flight, Carlos Troche won a tiebreaker over Ron Szach while Jim Ellman Sr. won the C Flight and Lou Polichetti won the D Flight. Winner of The Commissioner's Award was John Tofil.
Untied birdies were recorded by: A Flight - Dave Franklin (No. 1), Ed Tofil (No. 6), John Bogiovanni (Nos. 7 and 15), Gary Richardson (No. 14) and Gawronski (No. 16); B Flight - Jack Griswold (No. 1), Bob Thompson (No. 6), Pat Weaver (No. 10), Al Etzel (No. 13) and Mike Willoughby (No. 18); C Flight - Ellman (No. 1), Doug Grace (No. 3), Adam Gornikiewicz (Nos. 5 and 9), Bob Roesler (No. 11), Gary Hazelton (No. 12) and Dave Miller (No. 17); D Flight - John Waterman (Nos. 5 and 9), Doug Newman (No. 13) and Bruce Chrabasz (No. 15).
Closest to the pin were Troche (No. 4), Mick Dunning (No. 7), Roesler (No. 11) and Willoughby (No. 15). Winners of the par-3 contest were Dunning (A), Joe Piwowarski (B), Roesler (C) and John Tofil (D). The winner of the putting contest was Gornikiewicz.
Top point winners were Bongiovanni (78), Roesler (39.5), Chrabasz (39) and Willoughby (34.5). Season points leaders: 1) Bongiovanni (161), 2) Thompson (159.5), 3) Richardson (137), 4) Olkowski (135), 5) Troche (118). Milestones hit this week: Ed Tofil, Ellman and Willoughby all passed 1,000 career points.
Next week the league will play Tri-County Country Club. Tee-off is at 10:30 a.m. Players should call Butch Mackowiak at 679-4027 by Monday to sign up.
Chautauqua Point Golf Course
Wednesday Morning Senior League - Mitch Dudley, Scott Dearing and Rich Ressler all had 41 and Jerry Nichols was medalist with a 39. Bill Barber won closest to the pin.
Bill Depas aced hole No. 2 at Chautauqua Point Golf Course with a 6-iron. The shot was witnessed by Jason Dudley, Dale Albanesius and Charlie Reinhardt.
Chautauqua Striders coming to North County
Beginning in June, the Dunkirk High School will host a north county Chautauqua Striders program. Teaming up with the south county program, which practices at Strider Field in Jamestown, the collaborative team will compete at the highest level in New York, Delaware and Maryland.
Nationally competitive, this program is intended for athletes 13 and up who participate in USA Track and Field events as well as regional, national and international meets. In addition to honing their physical skills, athletes are mentored by coaches who help them gain self-confidence and motivate them to realize their individual potential.
Since the club was formed in 1979, Striders has had 18 national champions. In the past four years alone, seven Chautauqua Striders have won state championships.
Practices and registration begin at 4 p.m. on June 4 at the DHS Track.
Contact AJ Burnside at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 863-5062 for additional information.
Thursday Night Chain Biters
Eric Eckstrom and Randy Conklin 63, Clint Eastland and Bart Scheer 66.