Concord Babe Ruth
Stericycle Athletics 5, Double A Vineyards Indians 3
The A's (2-0) scored four runs in the first and one in the second inning and hung on for the upset of the Tribe.
Zach Crandall was the winning pitcher, going five innings, striking out seven and allowing two hits. Nick Iskra earned the save, striking out three. At the plate, Crandall collected two hits, while Zach Gawronski drove in two runs. For the Indians, Troy Smith and Giovanni DeJesus shared mound duties, allowing six hits while striking six and walking one batter.
Dunkirk T-Ball Division
One Stop vs Fire Fighters
For One Stop, Kyle Berkshire, Mirencia Bohn and Riley Smith Mallon had hits and Jaylen Wills was a defensive standout.
For the Fire Fighters Kiya Stalter, Payton Alessi and Nathaniel Gavin had hits and Ronnie Harmon was a defensive standout.
Conservation Club vs.
For the Conservation Club, Isabella Kurek, Justin Rosario and Gabriel Farley had hits and Kassidy Donisi was a defensive standout.
For the Fire Fighters, Yeniel Alayon, Neil Ayuyao and Jonathan Ganey had hits and Donnie Jackson was a defensive standout.
Fredonia Wright League
Moose Club 8 Pucci's 7
Pucci's pushed the lead to 6-2 after the top half of the fifth inning off the hot hitting of Owen Nicosia, Dawson Rafan, and Tyler Cain (triple).
The Moose Club scored three in the bottom half of the fifth thanks to RBI doubles by Trace Mackenzie and CJ Brown. An RBI single by Jake Tarnowski scored Will Schrantz (three hits) to tie the game in the bottom of the sixth. Both teams scored in the seventh inning and neither scored in the eighth, setting the stage for the bottom of the ninth.
Tarnowski led off with a single and moved to second on an error. Dalton Gardner then smacked a double to right that scored the game-winning run.
Moose Club 13,
Youth Council 11
The Moose Club, behind the pitching of Jake Tarnowski, jumped out to a 9-3 lead by the third inning.
After Moose scored two in the top of the sixth, pitcher AJ Schrantz entered the game and settled things down to record the last three outs to get the save.
Kevin Siracuse (two doubles) and Tarnowski both pounded out three hits while Matt Tinstman and Trace MacKenzie also chipped in with hits. Noah Fleckenstein (triple) and Dakota Erick had two hits each for Youth Council
Fredonia Hathaway Division
Tradition Agency vs Cliffstar
Tradition Agency was led by Ayden Mazany and Alex Paluch. Jacob Sullivan and Owen Rush were the offensive leaders.
Cliffstar's defense was led by Owen Ludwig. Sebastian Puglisi and Canyon Bellis were the hitting stars.
Fredonia Major Softball
Gullo GreenScape 18,
Sidney Bigelow and Hannah Gullo each pitched two innings of no-hit ball. Shae Brown went 4 for 4. Allison Cortes was 2 for 2. Gullo and Madison Engall added a hit apiece.
For Brocton, Erin Deland was the tough-luck losing pitcher.
Gullo GreenScape 15, Culligan Water 13
Mikayla Reynolds and Melinda Waag each hit triples to clear the bases for the winners. Shae Brown, McKenna Leid, Allison Cortes, and Maggie Mignoli added a single apiece.
For Culligan Water, Katie Webster hit a home run. Andrea Smith and Taylor Lemiszko each added a hit.
Cassadaga Country Club
Thursday Night Men's Golf League - Scott Johnson 37, Mike Schwertfager 37, Steve Wintersteen 38, Dan Butts 39, Derick Griffith 39, Ron Mason 39, Tom Gauronski 40, Matt Wallace 40, Don Meder 41. Closest to the pin: Mike Schwertfager (No. 6). Low net: Derick Griffith 30. Skins: Steve Wintersteen (No. 3, birdie), Mike Schwertfager (No. 6, birdie) and Bob Smith (No. 7, birdie).
Wednesday Night 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.
Wednesday Night Ladies League - Low scores: Michelle Helmer 38, Julie Fenton 42, Sheila Whitford 43, Connie Keyser 44, Kay Pagano 46, Cindy Chimera 48, Mellissa Kelly 48, Sue Grace 49 and DeDe DuBois 49. Best ball: Linda Roos and Nancy Mangine 29, Sue Grace and Connie Keyser 29, Sheila Whitford and Gayle McKinney 29, Pam Ulrich and Kay Pagano 31, Donna Frost and Michelle Helmer 31, DeDe DuBois and Mary Kelley 32, Pat Cessna and Judy Dale 32, Julie Fenton and Jen Vahl 32. Closest to the Pin: Michelle Helmer.
Hillview Golf Course
Thursday Open Golf League - Low scores: A Division: Mike Kelly 35, Walt Koba 37, Scott Manning 37. B Division: Josh Hilliker 44, Pat Mackowiak 44 and Domenic LaMattina 44. C Division: Ang Leone 46, Brian Manning 46, Doug Newman 48, Ray Kubiak 48, Gib Snyder 48. D Division: Jack Hood 51, Tim Morrison 51, Zeke Valentine 51. Closest to the pin: Henry Smith. Skins: A Flight: Mike Kelly (No. 4), Scott Manning (No. 6). B Flight: Pat Mackowiak (No. 4), Josh Hilliker (No. 6). C Flight: Brian Manning (Nos. 6 and 7), Gib Snyder (No. 8). D Flight: Zeke Valentine (No. 3), Phil DiFrancisco (No. 9). Top Points: Henry Smith 37, Brian Manning 16, Pat Mackowiak 14, Josh Hilliker 14, Mike Kelly 12, Scott Manning 12, Zeke Valentine 12, Phil DiFrancisco 12, Walt Koba 12 and Gib Snyder 8.
First Ward Falcon Club Thursday Golf League - Low net: Muzzy Tofil 28, Jack Schrantz 30, Joe Majka 34, Larry Klajbor 34, Ken Kaus 34. Team skins: Klajbor and Ed Wlodarek (No. 5). Closest to the pin: Harvey Tofil (No. 4), Ray Kubiak (No. 5), Ed Tofil (No. 8). Most points: Jack Schrantz.
Thursday Men's Golf League - Untied skins: John Sliwa (Nos. 2 and 9), Will Weatherlow (No. 4), John Berner (No. 7), Paul Mundy (No. 11), Tim Kasperek (No. 14), Chuck Civiletto (No. 17). Closest to pin on par 3s: Weatherlow (No. 4), Ryan Corbett (No. 6), Al Etzel (No. 15) and Dave Newton (No. 17). Low gross: Titleist Flight - Dave Newton 34, Kevin Kaszuba 37. Slazenger Flight - Mundy 38, Chad Bongiovanni 40. Maxfli Flight - Sliwa 43, Corbett 46. Nike Flight - Weatherlow 49, Tom Whitney 49, Brian Lydic 50.
Wednesday Night Men's Golf League - Net scores: Doug Rylowicz 40, Steve Henderson 42, Pat Mackowiak 43, Dan Griffin 43, Gordy Haight 44, Mike Rylowicz 46 and Greg DiPaolo 52. Top Point Winners: Dan Griffin 6.5, Steve Henderson 6 and Pat Mackowiak 5.5. Longest Drive: Steve Henderson (No. 4). Untied birdies: Steve Henderson (No. 7). Closest to Pin: Pat Mackowiak (Nos. 3 and 8).
Father's Day golf
Hillview will host a Father's Day Golf Tournament on Sunday, June 17 at 8 a.m. The event is open to anyone.
It will be a nine-hole, four person, best ball scramble.
The fee is $15 for members and $35 for non-members. Food and prizes are included. To sign up, visit Hillview Golf Course or call 679-4571 by June 14.
Van Miller Hometown Hero Scholarship Golf Tournament is looking for golfers and Bills fans alike
The event is planned and the fix is in for a day spent golfing and reminiscing with the longest-running broadcaster with one team, in sportscasting history. Van Miller will be circulating and sharing many stories about the Dunkirk Marauders, Buffalo Braves, Buffalo Bisons, War Memorial Stadium and Western New York's Buffalo Bills. He also has stories about caddying at Shorewood Country Club, Chautauqua County Fairgrounds when German prisoners of war resided there, working at WDOE, WBEN-4, and broadcasting neighborhood ball games with or without any actual players or games on any device that could be a microphone. Miller's legendary voice has been heard in more than 2,500 sports events, and he never missed a single game he was scheduled to cover. It is with that dedication that Miller wishes to sponsor the scholarships that bear his name.
Miller was born 85 years ago in Dunkirk. He has never forgotten his roots and with his personal and financial help, two deserving Dunkirk High seniors will be awarded a scholarship to the college of their choice for the foreseeable future.
Miller's accomplishments are many. He is enshrined in five sports halls of fame, including Canton and Chautauqua. In Canton, his voice, mike, headset and spotting boards are on display for all football fans to view. His most famous phrase is from the Houston versus Buffalo comeback game, where he is heard to say, "It's pandemonium. It's FANDEMONIUM. Do you believe it?"
Through all of his accomplishments, it is still his hometown where he seeks his approval.
As he said in an interview about the tournament and scholarships, "There is nothing like coming home," he said. "I'm in five halls of fame and this is the biggest thing that's ever happened to me. It's the greatest thing that has ever happened to me and I mean that sincerely."
So come and join us at Shorewood Country Club for a great event sponsored by Lake Shore Savings and Van Miller. To register for golf, to donate prizes or to share dinner with us, contact Lake Shore Savings at 366-4070 option number 4, extension 1256 and ask for Heide Karen or email email@example.com.
Blue Devils summer camps
The Fredonia State athletic department will be sponsoring 10 summer camps during June, July and August. To register and pay online, or to print a brochure and registration form, log on to fredoniastebluedvils.com and click on the Camps and Clinics link. For more information, you can reach the athletic office at 673-3743
The camps are as follows: