Dunkirk Little League Baseball All-Stars
11-12 YEAR OLD ALL STAR TEAM
NC?Concord shuts out Bradford
NC Concord 3, Bradford United 0 —— The NCSA U-14 girls dominated Bradford. Ashleigh Hobbs scored starting the offensive attack followed by a goal by Julie Kowal assisted by Helen Wagner-Maggitti and finally Zoya Katta scored assisted by Alex Zentz. Alex Zentz and Ashleigh Hobbs split time in net. Helen Wagner-Maggitti received the STAR player award. Pictured is NCSA goalie Alex Zentz as she snags a ball mid-air to hold Bradford to a shutout. Teammate Morgan St. George stands ready to help defend as Bradford forwards crash the net.
Alex Benejan, Jayden Correa, Devaun Farnham-DeJesus, Jack Gaken, Felix Garcia, Elwin Gomez, Jason Marin, Luke Mleczko, Jaime Pagan, Jazziah Rivera, Owen Schrantz, Tyler White and Issiah Velez. Manager: Julio DeJesus.
9-10 YEAR OLD ALL STAR TEAM
Jared Glowniak, Nicholas Hayes, Colton Kuzdzal, Troy Lanski, Ibraim Lopez, Daniel Muldowney, Michael Norton, Lucas Porpiglia, Michael Porpiglia, Tanner Schrantz, Trevor Skelly, Andrew Wollins and Ethan Yannie. Manager: Matt Glowniak.
Dunkirk Little League, Minors Softball
Kosciuszko Club 13, Local 912 7
The Dog House offense shined as Alyssa Salerno and Tayler Skelly both went 4 for 4 combining for seven runs. Christina White added a pair of singles to the offensive attack. Mary Dunn was the defensive standout along with Kahea Wojcinski, who finished off the pitching duties for the Dog House.
Local 912 was led on offense by Olivia Thompson who pounded out two doubles. Jamaladie Pacheco also was a big contributor at the plate batting 3 for 3. The defensive standout for Local 912 was Genesis Figueroa and Mackenna Schulenburg handled the pitching duties despite the loss.
Dunkirk Minor League Baseball Division
Dom Polski Club vs. Moose Club
For Dom Polski Club, big hitters included Xavier Santos (2 for 2 with a double), Donovan Lockett, Ashton Witkowski Champ and Josean Garcia-Villegas. Liam Rivera was a defensive standout.
For Moose Club, top hitters were Marcell Carter and Carson Kuzdzal with two hits each. Jeremiah Ruiz was a defensive standout.
Dom Polski Club vs Nate George Foundation
For Nate George, Hector Navarro hit a double and Michael Gugino, Tyler Jacques and Reggie Brent all added a hit. Zachary Hall played well defensively.
For Dom Polski Club, Adam Fred and Nathan Pakulski went 2 for 2 and Xavier Santos, Ashton Witkowski and Donovan Lockett all had hits including a double. Steven Zentz played well defensively.
Dom Polski Club vs. Nate George Foundation
For Dom Polski Club, Donovan Lockett went 3 for 3 with a double and Xavier Santos went 3 for 3. Adam Fred, Ashton Witkowski and Nathan Pakulski each added two big hits. Champ Texidor played well defensively.
For Nate George Foundation, Tyler Jacques went 3 for 3 and Reggie Brent, Michael Gugino and Brady Corbett each added two hits. Jack Lanski played well defensively.
Fredonia Wright League
Youth Council 10, Firemen 6
Brayden Myers and Dakota Erick each had two hits to lead Youth Council past Firemen. Dominic Gullo, Alex Rush and Cody Decker each had RBI singles while Noah Fleckenstein had a single and one run scored. Trey Schwartz and Jimmy Rush combined for nine strikeouts.
For Firemen, Lucas Green and Jacob Green each had two hits for Firemen.
Youth Council 7,
Trey Schwartz had three hits and pitched five innings with six strikeouts while scattering five hits to lead Youth Council past Moose. Noah Fleckenstein had two hits, two runs scored and one RBI while Jimmy Rush and Nolan Mages each had a double. Alex Rush added a single. Kevin Siracuse had two hits and one RBI while Will Schrantz, Jacob Tarnowski and Dakota Gardner had single hits for the Moose Club. Tarnowski and A.J. Schrantz combined for eight strikeouts.
Fredonia Cerrie League
B.O.A. vs. Medicor
B.O.A. outstanding hitters were Jack Carlson, Evan Frontuto and Sal Tabone. Defensive stars of the game were Nick Frazier and Carson Cain.
Medicor offensive standouts were Liam Jones and Owen Gilbert. Defensive standout was Karmen Mages.
Brocton Little League
Brocton vs. Family Orthodontics.
Brocton's defense was led by Lorin Rizzo and Taylor Briggs. Amma Atayde worked behind the plate while Mackenzie Cunningham pitched for Brocton. Their offense was provided by Skye Jasinski and Christine Wdowiasz.
For Family Orthodontics, pitching duties were divided among Ashley Ricker, Julia Fortna and Caelin Holt. Jane Fortna worked behind the plate. Defense was led by Kushie Sandhu, Hailey Clutter and Jamie Hemenger. The big hitters for Family Orthodontics were Madison Marsh, Erin Schrantz and Hallie Laurito.
Cassadaga Country Club
Tuesday Night Men's Golf League - Brenton Wilcox 34, Tim Bulger 36, Dan Butts 36, John Crossley 36, Todd Fenton 36, Sean Helmer 37, Steve Wintersteen 38, Rod Lind 39, Darren Mangine 39, Scott Smith 39. Closest to the pin: Kerry Murphy (No. 15). Low net: Dan Butts (27). Skins: Todd Fenton (No. 10, birdie), John Crossley (No. 15, birdie), Scott Smith (No. 16, birdie) and Brad Kelly (No. 17, birdie).
Thursday Night Men's Golf League - Scott Johnson 36, Mike Lawhead 37, Dan Butts 37, Mike Schwertfager 38, Todd Fenton 40, Dick Mangine 40 and Matt Wallace 40. Closest to the pin: Scott Johnson (No. 6). Skins: Mike Schwertfager (No. 4, birdie), Dick Mangine (No. 8, birdie). Top four teams for Four Man Best Ball of Two:Crystal Cove 57, Air Robo 57. Firefighters 57 and Allstate Insurance 58.
Vineyards Golf Course
Gene Andolina League - Low scratch scores: Bill Hart 37, Dave Criscione 38, Bob Tripp 38, Smokey Gloss 39, Lenny Sumera 39, John Bongiovanni 39. Low handicap scores: Lenny Sumera 31, Joe Greco 34, John Bongiovanni 34, Don Cotton 35, Smokey Gloss 35, Tony Nasca 36, Bill Hart 36, Dave Criscione 36, Ed Wilson 36, Joe Granata 36, Bob Tripp 36. Closest to the pin: Frank Sevola (No. 3), Chuck Allesi (No. 9). Skins: Joe Granata (No. 2), Joe Greco (No. 3) and Lenny Sumera (No. 7).
Chautauqua Point Golf Course
Wednesday Morning Senior League - Scott Dearing, Ralph Rudy, Rich Ressler, Steve Elliott all had 42. Jim Hansen had a 41 and medalist honors went to Conrad Howard with a 40.
Member-Member Shootout tournament - Third place went to Greg Gollnitz and Wayne Stoughton with net scores of 61-61-122. Second place went to Dick Prince and Warren Rammacher 58-62-120. First place and winners of Green Jackets went to Dale Albanesius and Mike Harle with a net score of 63-55-118.
Wednesday Morning Senior League - Joe Appleyard and Bob Kester recorded 41 and Mitch Dudley and Scott Dearing were medalists with 40. Jerry Nichols was closest to the pin on No. 2.
Shorewood Country Club
Thursday Men's Golf League - Untied Skins: Raja Gopalan (No. 2 and No. 5), Brian Lydic (No. 3), Mike Brunecz (No. 6), Pete Sinden (No. 8), Kevin Kaszuba (No. 10), Terry Redman (No. 12), Jim Arcoraci (No. 13). Closest to the pin par-3: Mike Brunecz (No. 4), Scott Harley (No. 6), Dave Newton (No. 15), Dan Astry (No. 17). Low gross scores: Titleist Flight - Kevin Kaszuba 36, Rich Conti 37. Slazenger Flight - Terry Redman 38, John Bongiovanni 39. Maxfli Flight - Raja Gopalan 41, Ryan Corbett 47. Nike Flight - Larry Zobel 49, Paul Casana 52 .
Rally for the Cure Golf Tournament
On Saturday, July 21, there will be a "Rally for the Cure" golf tournament at Pinehurst Golf Course in Westfield.
It is hosted by the Tuesday Evening Par Tee Girls League. There will be a 9 a.m. shotgun start for a two-person scramble. The registration fee is $20 which includes a years subscription to a magazine (four different magazines to choose from), a Rally for Cure magnetic ball marker, along with other goodies. A major prize will be awarded for a woman closest to the pin on a par-3 hole and also a major prize for a man closest to the pin on a par-3 hole, plus many other hole prizes and a Chinese auction. The tournament cost is $20 per person and does not cover golfing fees or cart.
There will also be an optional lunch afterwards.
Anyone (men and women) interested in golfing should call Sue Dietzen at 366-3514 or Pinehurst Golf Course for information or to register. Don't forget to wear pink.
Free Rec Program
Matteson Kempo Karate and Dunkin Donuts will be hosting a free annual youth recreation program to all Chautauqua County youth residence.
The program is available free of charge to all Chautauqua County residence ages 3-18 years old. A Little Dragon program is offered for ages 2 1/2-7 years old.
It will be held for two weeks allowing four daily sessions. Sessions run from June 18-30. Classes will be held at 355 Central Ave., Fredonia location next to Family Video & D&F Plaza.
Matteson Kempo Karate educates and trains in Kempo Karate techniques, self defense, kick boxing, grappling, balance, proper stretching, building confidence and self-esteem, life skills, meditation, health and wellness and nutrition.
The karate program (ages 7 and up) will be held Mondays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., Wednesdays 6 to 6:50 p.m., Fridays 6 to 7 p.m. and Saturdays from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. The Lil' Dragon program will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5 to 5:45 p.m. and 6 to 6:45 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 to 10:45 a.m. and 11 to 11:45 a.m.
There is also a new self defense class for women on Tuesdays and Thursday at 5 p.m.
For more information, call 672-6683 or www.mattesonkempokarate.com.