New York?State 11-12 year old championships
New Hyde Park 12, Fredonia 1
In the first round of the state 11-12 girls' softball championships, Fredonia fell to former New York State and Eastern Regional champions, New Hyde Park in a six-inning game.
Hannah Cybart and Grace Pucharelli took the loss in the circle against the Section 5 champs. Outstanding defensive performances were turned in by Katie Price, Morgan St. George, Katie Webster, Andrea smith, Caitlyn Cybart and Cassie Essek.
Fredonia will be back in action today.
Haynes among the best
Terrence Haynes won the open 200-meter dash in the Bridge of Flowers Track meet in Buckland, Mass. on July 9. Haynes' hand time in the event ranks him No. 9 in the United States for men 50-54 years old. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Haynes of Dunkirk.
Wednesday Morning Ladies Purple Posse League - This week's game was mystery holes. First place went to Donna Allesi, followed by Jeanne Pagano and Marcia Casella. The Purple Posse is planning mid-season tournament for July 25. The tee off time for July 18 will be 10 am. That week will be the last to set a handicap.
It is not to late to join the Posse before the tournament.
Monday Night Ladies League - Individual low net: Viki Clark 30. Individual low gross: Cindy Chimera 36. Team low net: Clark and Destro 63, Janet Guenther and Janet Meyer 63. Team low gross: Clark and Destro 78, Chimera and Annita Luce 78. Closest to the pin: Sandra Destro (No. 1), Marcia Casella (No. 5). Fewest putts: Chimera (13).
Leading scorers for the Women Who Golf For Fun were Carol Kowalewski and Pat Daniel. Carol Hudson held second place followed by Linda Hodorowicz and Bobbi Deering coming in third. Golfer of the week was Theresa Leone. Kowalewski held second. The women will golf again next Wednesday, gathering at 8:30, teeing off at 9. The event will be followed by their monthly luncheon. Those who can not golf, but would like to join them should be at the White Village at noon.
Dom Polski's Couples Leauge - Low women's score: Beth Kozlowski 45 and Barb Willis 47. Low men's score: Chris Ganey 41, Pete Szymanowicz 42 and Jason Goss 42. Low team scores: Debbie Mancuso and Chris Ganey with a 89 and Jason Goss and Pam Begier with a 92. Closest to the Pin: Don Willis (No. 5).
Monday Night Men's Golf League - Fred Chamberlin 36, Allen Chase 37, Tim Bulger 38, Jeff Cook 40, Brian Blizzard 41, Harry Eppinger 41, Kerry Murphy 41, Andy Snyder 41, Bill Lanski 42. Closest to the pin: Ernie Kuzdale (No. 15). Skins: Harry Eppinger (No. 14, birdie), Fred Chamberlin (No. 15, birdie), Mark Wallace (No. 16, birdie).
Pinehurst ParTee Girls - Lori Foster and Amy North shot the low gross of the night with a 44, followed by Trudy Gollnitz with a 45 and Carolyn Rawlinson and Pat Thompson with 47. Low net scores went to Gollnitz and Sue Dietzen (30), Foster and Diane Enser (31) and Colleen Paradis and Mary Beth Pagano (32). Gollnitz and Sue Slate had birdies on No. 9. Prizes went to Wilma Benjamin for the longest putt on No. 7 and Rawlinson for the closest to the pin on the third shot on No. 3.
Cardinal Hills Golf Club - A Flight - Henry Mole +7. B Flight - Bob Wade +3, Jim Webb +1, Neil Cullen -4. Low gross: Wade 85. C Flight: Bill Baglia +14, Dick Joslyn+6, Bob Michael +6. Low gross: Baglia 81. D Flight - Lynn Butcher +8, Tuck Underwood +2, Dan Goede +2. Low gross: Butcher 90. E Flight - Nick Pannes +1, Red Johnson -1. Low gross: Johnson 106. F Flight: Tom Mruk +17, Don Garfield +7. Low gross: Mruk 93.
Elkdale Country Club - A Flight - Carl Malta +6, Bob Wood +4, Bill Hart +2. Low gross: Malta 78, Wood 78. B Flight - Ron Juzdowski +6, Brian Brown +2, Randy Chamberlin +2, Roger Burlett +1. Low gross: Juzdowski 80. C Flight - Dennis Richards +6, Bill Davenport +5, :arry S[emcer +2. Low gross: Richards 84. D Flight - John Slaughter +6, Chuck Jackson +3, Billy Roschy +2. Low gross: Don Armstrong 92. E Flight - Charles Stafford +6, Boyd Matteson +5, Cass Culotta +5. Low gross: George Leopold 95. F Flight - Bill Saulsgiver +4, Tom Harte +4, Mort Armstrong +3. Low gross: Saulsgiver 102. Closest to the pins: Ed Westerling (No. 4), Joe McCourt (No. 9), Tracy Heppler (No. 12), Jim Smith (No. 16).
Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer League
Lewis Construction 2, Pavlock Construction 2
Trent Lewis scored the two goals for Lewis Construction and Kole Davis scored the two goals for Pavlock Construction.
Storer's Containers 5, JS Auto Supply 2
Ace Pierce scored all five goals for Storer's Containers. Anthony Mitchell and Summer Cieplinski scored a goal each for JS Auto Supply.
Jamestown Auto Supply 10, Mary K 0
Drake Pierce was the lead scorer with five goals. Haydn Myers, Alexander Runge, Isaac Wenger, Gavin Blake and JoLee Crowell scored a goal each for Jamestown Auto Supply.
Forecon Inc. 1,
J & J Painting 0
Riley Schroeder scored the winning goal for Forecon Inc.
Veracity Benefits 1, Valley Tire 0
Cade Egan scored the winning goal for Veracity.
Superior Energy 4, Valley Shack 2
Kolton Gibbons scored two goals while Jacob Fishgold and Adam Tarbell scored a goal each for Superior's Win.
Kennedy Pattison and Jacob Frost scored a goal for the Valley Shack.
Precision Web Tech, Inc. 2, Mom & Pop's Recycling 0
Sophia Ekstrom and Dalton McIntyre scored the goals for Precision's win.
Andersen-Cuddihy Inc. 2, Gerry Free Methodist Church 0
Daniel Andersen and Kyle Morey each scored a goal for Andersen-Cuddihy Inc.'s win.
Valley Motor Sports 2, Barmore Sellstrom 2
Heidi Lauer and Zackary Zielinski scored the goals for Valley Motor Sports and Kari Morris and Robbie Penhollow scored the goals for Barmore Sellstrom.
Charity Softball Game
The Forestville sports club will host a charity softball game on Saturday, July 14 at the Forestville Elementary Field.
The Babe Ruth 14U girls will play the Little League 14-year-old boys in a softball game. The event starts at 4 p.m. with a prize auction, a 50/50 drawing and a food stand.
The game will start at 5 p.m. and will be followed by a home run hitting competition for the players and adults. All proceeds will go directly to the Kaicher Family College Fund.
For more information or to donate, contact Mike Nasal at 998-9720.
It was originally reported the game would take place at the High School field.
Tour of Chautauqua Bike Ride
The 29th Annual Tour of Chautauqua Bike Ride will be held Saturday, Aug. 11, originating and finishing in front of the Eason Hall, 23 Elm St., Westfield.
The mass start begins at 9 am. Water and refreshment stops and sag wagon services are provided. Helmets are required. Recreational tours of courses of 25, 40, 62, 75 and 100 miles are offered, with a meal at the finish. Entries postmarked by July 20 are $18 and include a T-shirt while entries after July 20 and the day of the ride are $20 and receive a Tour of Chautauqua water bottle. Call 326-4243 for more information. Registration blanks can be picked up at the Eason Hall or visit www.westfieldrec.org.
Rally for the Cure Golf Tournament
There will be a "Rally for the Cure" golf tournament at Pinehurst Golf Course in Westfield on Saturday, July 21.
It is hosted by the Tuesday Evening Par Tee Girls League. The Susan G. Komen Foundation raises money each year to help with the research for the cure of breast cancer by sponsoring the "Rally for the Cure" Breast Cancer Golf Tournaments.
All the money raised through these tournaments goes toward research for a cure. 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 after a great morning of golfing.
The following are the special hole sponsors: Jim Gennock, Sales Consultant for Shults Resale Center; Box Monkey; Welchs; Rookies on the Lake; Dietzen Dump Truck; Spike Dailey's Pub at the Boardwalk; Legislator Shaun Heenan; PD Construction and Matteson Karate.
Anyone (men and women) interested in golfing should call Sue Dietzen at 366-3514 or Pinehurst Golf Course for information or to register.
Joseph Karnes umpire
Anyone interested in volunteering to umpire for the upcoming Third Annual Joseph Karnes Memorial Softball tournament should contact Casey Mazurek at 680-0902.
The event will be held Saturday, July 14.
Dunkirk Little League
to hold Softball Clinic
Dunkirk Little League will be conducting a girls' softball clinic, which will begin today at 9 a.m. The clinic will continue every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the month of July. The clinic will be held at the Dunkirk Little League complex.
The purpose of the clinic is to teach the fundamentals of softball, including pitching, hitting and fielding. There will be no charge for the clinic and it is open to any Dunkirk resident who will be 9-12 years-old by Dec. 31, 2012.
For more information, contact Ryan Corbett at 410-1015.
The 2012 Randy Goss Memorial Golf Tournament
The 2012 Randy Goss Memorial Golf Tournament has been scheduled for Aug. 18, and will be held at Rosebrook Golf Course, in Silver Creek.
The tournament is a two-person scramble format, with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. The cost is $55 per person, which includes golf, cart, skins, closest to the pin on every hole, lunch, adult beverages, pop and dinner.
There will be a bus taking golfers from Dunkirk to the golf course. The tournament is limited to the first 72 golfers.
For more information, call Jason Goss at 410-1538, or Cheryl Goss or Kyle Goss at 366-1156.
"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.
The Fredonia Central School Boys' Basketball Camp will be held Monday, July 23 through Thursday, July 26 at the Fredonia High School and Middle School gymnasiums from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Cost for the Camp is $90. The camp is open to boys entering grades 3 through 12. All campers will receive a camp T-shirt.
Each athlete is expected to arrive between 8:30 and 9 a.m. The camp will start promptly at 9:30 a.m. Athletes are expected to bring their own lunch.
Checks should be made payable to Greg Lauer; Fredonia HS; 425 E. Main St. Fredonia, NY 14063.
For more information or a brochure, call Greg Lauer at 912-2726. Or email email@example.com.
Inaugural Underclassmen Showcase
The Inaugural Underclassmen Showcase baseball and softball games, featuring Western New York sophomore and junior baseball and softball players, will take place on Saturday, Aug. 11, at North Collins Central Schools Sports Complex.
The baseball game will feature two icons of the WNY baseball world, longtime Orchard Park coach Bob Barrows and former Eden coach Bob Burnside, who will head the coaching staffs.
The softball game will pay tribute to former Williamsville South coach Gerry Gentner, who lost his courageous battle with cancer in January.
The showcase games will provide local baseball and softball players with exposure to college coaches from throughout the Northeast. Coaches wishing to nominate their sophomores or juniors, should contact Robert Catalino at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 432-8458, or North Collins' softball coach Jan Warren at email@example.com, or by calling 860-6829.
Candidates must have been selected to their divisional first, second or honorable mention all-star teams to be eligible to play in the games.
softball hitting clinic
The FredoniaPomfret Recreation Department, in conjunction with the Center for Sports Skill Measurement and Improvement, will host a baseball and softball hitting clinic at Russell Joy Park for boys and girls between the ages of 10-16 today and Friday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Attendees should bring their own bats if possible.
The clinic will be conducted by the center's founder, Kevin Morse. After a warm up, all players will be given a baseline tee exit speed number. The instruction will be an overview of the seven functional skills required to maximize exit velocity - leverage, absorption, elastic energy, pitch timing, body timing, momentum and sweet spot awareness.
The center works closely with one of the pioneers of maximizing exit velocity, Perry Husband. Morse is a Husband-certified instructor and since May has conducted hitting clinics in Georgia, Mississippi, West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio to more than 200 players.
The clinic will be limited to 20 players each day and players must be Village of Fredonia, Town of Pomfret or Fredonia Central School residents to attend.
Call the FredoniaPomfret Recreation Office at 679-2311 to pre-register.
2012 Men's Adult Basketball League
An organizational meeting for all teams interested in participating in the Dunkirk Recreation Men's Adult Basketball League sponsored by the Dunkirk Recreation should contact the Recreation Office at 366-9879 to register their team.
Should there be enough interest in filling a league, a meeting will be scheduled regarding league fees, rules and a starting date. The league is open to all area teams. Games will be played at the Wright Park basketball courts.