Brocton-Portland Little League
Dunn Tire 10,
Westfield Nursery 0
Hunter Rizzo pitched a gem with eight strikeouts on his way to a shutout.
Leading the offense was Jordan Krystofiak who went 4 for 4 with a grand slam. Leroy Lindstrom and Ronald Brown both had triples.
Leading Westfield was Jzon Matve with a single and a double. Matve was the pitcher for Westfield.
Dunkirk Major Little League
Lucky Lanes 12, 1st Ward Falcons 0
Patrick Muldowney and Troy Lanski combined for a one-hitter on the mound for Lucky Lanes.
Owen Schrantz, Tyler White and Daniel Muldowney had two hits each for Lucky Lanes
Fredonia Wright League
Youth Council 8, American Legion 5
Jimmy Rush had a run-scoring double and a run-scoring single to lead Youth Council past American Legion.
Noah Fleckenstein had two hits including a triple and two runs scored and Nolan Mages had an RBI single and scored four runs for Youth Council. Cody Decker had a single and one RBI. Fleckenstein and Rush combined to allow just three hits while striking out 13 batters.
For American Legion, Tyler Winchell had an RBI triple and scored two runs. Seth Schrader and Alec Schrader had the other hits for American Legion. Jamison Horch, Seth Schrader and Winchell combined to strike out 10 batters.
Hart Development 13, Firemen 2
Nick Pchelka and Mike Hobson led Hart with two hits each. Dan Lagrow, Dave Bartholomew, Anthony St. George, Cole Tippens and Lucas Voss all had hits. Voss, Pchelka and Tippens combined for 16 strikeouts and allowed two hits with Pchelka picking up his first win.
Hits for the Firemen came off the bats of Jake Green (home run) and Lucas Green. Josh Johnson, Jarret Maslak and Jared Laurito pitched for the Firemen.
Concord Babe Ruth
Double A Vineyards Indians 9, Moniuszko Club Astros 6
Troy Smith (2 for 2) doubled and Angel Torres singled, delivering key hits in the sixth inning to lead the Indians over the Astros.
Randy Cooper also aided the Indians offense with a triple and a single.
Kobe DeJesus and Tyreek Ruiz shared the mound duties for the Indians allowing six hits and six walks while registering 10 strikeouts. Ruiz was the winning pitcher.
The Astros were led by Colton Haas who stroked three singles. Brandon Perry pitched for the Astros, striking out six, allowing eight hits and issuing five walks.
Double A Vineyards Indians 14, Orioles 3
Juliam Fred went 3 for 3 with a triple, double and a single, while Kobe DeJesus had two singles to lead the Indians over the Orioles in the season opener for both teams.
Fred, Troy Smith and Giovanni DeJesus shared the pitching duties for the Indians. The trio gave up four hits and six walks, while striking out six batters. Smith got the win.
For the Orioles, Brent Carmello, Matt Johnson, Nick Formanowicz and Noah Voss hit safely. Adam Klajbor, Drew Coniglio, Voss and Ethan Whitver did the pitching.
Girls Parochial Softball
NCCS 14, Southtown's Catholic 2
Hannah Cybart was the outstanding player of the game, notching the win in the circle striking out nine and allowing only four hits. At the plate, Cybart had three hits and two home runs. Katie Price had three hits while Caitlin Cybart had two hits and Quinn Bankoski had a double.
The Lady Monarchs finished the regular season 6-1 and start the diocesan playoffs today in West Seneca.
Dunkirk Moose Thursday Night Golf League - A Flight: Mike Rylowicz 40, Pat Mackowiak 43, Gabe Bauza 45, Gordy Haight 47. B Flight: Smokey Gloss 47, Mark Gugino 49, Rick Winder 50, Bob Adams 50, Dennis Randazzo 50. Untied skins: Mackowiak (No.1) and Dan Nichols (No. 8). Closest to the pin: Jordan Strong (No. 3) and Mackowiak (No. 8).
Gowanda Country Club
Ladies League - Low gross: Joyce Bigelow 45, Debbie Stotz 46, Ina Randall 47, Chris Shrader 49, Lynn Gotsch 49 and Sue Bastedo 49. Low net: Cheryl Murphy 35, Dawn Zopp 36, Gail Malonet 36, Andrea Parshall 38, Jan Parker 39 and Cheryl Horschel 39.
Fredonia Central School girls basketball camp
The Fredonia Central School girls basketball camp will be held June 25-28 at the Fredonia High School and Middle School gymnasium from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The cost is $95 per camper and is open to all girls entering grades 3-12. There is a $10 deduction if five or more students from the same school attend the camp and send in their applications together.
Each player is expected to arrive between 8:30 and 8:455 a.m. Camp will start promptly at 9 a.m. Athletes are expected to bring their own lunch. There will be cold pop, water and Gatorade for sale at lunch time and at the end of the day. All athletes should have their ride pick them up at 3:30 p.m. All parents are welcome to come to the awards ceremony at 3 p.m. on Thursday, June 28.
Checks should be made payable to Carol Zirkle; Fredonia HS, 425 E. Main St., Fredonia NY 14063.
For more information, call Zirkle at 679-1581 ext. 2790 or 785-0283.
2012 Men's Fastball
The 2012 men's fastball league in Dunkirk begins today. At School 7, 1st Ward Falcons take on 4th Ward Falcons at 6:30 p.m. At the Stadium, Rookies takes on?Larry's Cantina at 6:30 p.m., followed by Lakeside vs.?M&M?Cleaners.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.