Gym Rats Basketball Camp at Fredonia State
Fredonia State will be hosting the 11th annual "Gym Rats Basketball Camp" this July on the campus of Fredonia State University. The camp is for boys and girls ages 4 to 9 and will be held the week of July 9-13. The camp runs from 9:30 a.m. to noon daily.
The camp is geared for young girls and boys as a fun introduction to the game of basketball. All the camp participants will be using a smaller sized youth basketball and drills and instruction will be performed on 8-foot baskets. Campers will participate in lead-up games, relay races, and do lots of passing, dribbling, ball handling and shooting. All campers get a free T-shirt, basketball and a daily snack. The cost for the camp is $90.
For more information or a registration form, call Kevin Moore at 673-3108 or email email@example.com.
Walk-up registrations will be accepted on the first day of camp beginning at 9 a.m.
"Shoot the Lights Out" Basketball Camp for Boys and Girls at Fredonia State
Fredonia State will be hosting the 11th annual "Shoot the Lights Out" Basketball Camp this summer on the campus of Fredonia State University. The camp is for boys and girls entering grades 4th through 12th and will be held the week of July 16-20. The camp runs from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
The focus of the basketball camp will be shooting the basketball. Players will be taught the fundamentals of shooting including footwork, grip, release, follow through, shooting off the pass and dribble, 3-point shooting and free throw shooting. Campers get a free T-shirt and a free pizza party on the last day of camp and the cost for the week is $175 per person.
Registration forms have been distributed to all local coaches and gym teachers. For more information or a registration form, call Head Coach Kevin Moore at 673-3108 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walk-up registrations will be accepted starting at 9 a.m. on the first day of camp, however enrollment is limited to the first 150 registrants.
Fredonia State to host Springboard Diving Camp
The seventh annual Blue Devil Diving Camp will be conducted during the week of July 9-13 at Steele Hall Natatorium on the Fredonia State Campus. The camp wil focus on teaching the skills to successfully compete in springboard diving at the age group or high school level. Ages 8-18 are accepted. The camp will emphasize safe entries into the water, proper approaches plus somersaults and twists. A trampoline with spotting belt and dryboard pit will be among the apparatus used in the learning of basic and more advance dives.
Fredonia State Diving Coach John Crawford will be assisted by college and high school coaches as well as divers from the present Blue Devil team.
Campers can attend in half day or full day sessions. For more information, contact John Crawford through email email@example.com or phone 640-6110.
1st Ward Falcons 12, Rookies 6
Dan Nickle led the Falcons with three hits including a grand slam. Matt Nickle also had a strong hitting performance adding three hit of his own and Zach Sliwa added two hits to help the Falcons over Rookies. Tim Wdowiasz also had a hit while pitching for the win for 1st Ward.
Bob Kozlowski and Jake Porpiglia each had two hits for Rookies. Joe Wisniewski helped out his own cause by adding a hit while pitching in the loss for Rookies.
Gross scores: Mike Rylowicz 40, Gordy Haight 42, Dan Griffin 43, Doug Rylowicz 43, Pat Mackowiak 45, Greg DiPaolo 54. Top Points: Greg DiPaolo 7, Mike Rylowicz 6.5. Skins: Mike Rylowicz (No. 5),Gordy Haight (No. 7). Closest to Pin: Greg DiPaolo (No. 3), Pat Mackowiak (No. 8). Longest Drive: Gordy Haight (No. 4).
Dunkirk Moose Thursday Night League - A flight - Gordy Haight 40, Mike Rylowicz 41, Rick Mazurek 44, Gabe Bauza 45. B Flight - Bob Adams 44, Mark Gugino 48, Rick Winder 49, Dennis Randazzo 49, Paul Heyden 50, Rick Bauza 50. Closet to the pin: Pat Mackowiak (No. 3), Tom Lesch (No. 8). Untied birdies: Dan Nichols (No. 7).
Thursday's Senior Golf Scramble - Dave Holser, Ray Lewis, John Rawlinson and Paul Holser first place; Sam Arcadipane, Trenny Jordan and Mel Allen second place; Bard Schaack, Todd Swanson, Mike Head and John Layton third place; Dennis Shively, Jesse Marino and Steve Woleben fourth place; Dick Furman, Al Newman, Marty Gollnitz and Harry Barton fifth place; Jeff Greabell, Phil Julian, Ray Cenni and Vin Paternosh sixth place; Butch Joint, John Ellison, Bill Christ and Bob Lokietek seventh place; Dough Rothwell, Bob Rogers, Keith Rothwell and Jim Higginbotham eighth place; Les Yokom, John Jones, Rick Lawson and Lou Baressi ninth place; Bill Cole, Gary Dibble, Al Easton and Jim Quinn 10th place.
Monetary prizes went to Baressi on No. 4 and to Dibble on No. 7 for their closest to the pin shots.
Shorewood Country Club
Kathy Popp recorded her first career hole-in-one Saturday, on the 15th hole at Shorewood Country Club. Popp used a 7-wood from 132-yards out. The shot was witnessed by Carol Gotowka, Cheryl Mannella and Grace Hanlon.