Vineyards Golf Course
Gene Andolina League - Low scratch scores: John Bongiovonni 35, Dave Criscione 36, Chuck Alessi 37, Paul Trusso 37, Bill Hart 37, Ed Wilson 37, Joe Favata 38, Mike Rosario 38, Dave DeJoe 39, Smokey Gloss 39. Low handicap scores: Mike Rosario 30, Ed Wilson 30, John Bongiovonni 32, Chuck Alessi 35, Dave Criscione 35, Dave DeJoe 35, Smokey Gloss 35, Bill Hart 35, Dick Maggio 35, Joe Greco 36, Joe Favata 36, Paul Trusso 36, Chuck Cowen 36, Tom McTigue 36, Len Sumera 36. Skins: Mike Rosario (No. 3), Tom McTigue (No. 7) and John Bongiovonni (No. 8). Closest To The Pin: Dave DeJoe (No. 3), Bill Hart (No. 9).
Gowanda Country Club
Ladies League - Low gross: Priscilla Gaupman 42, Mary Beth Hourihan 43, Joyce Bigelow 44, Lynn Gotsch 45, Chris Schrader 45, Sue Bastedo 49.
Low net: Dawn Lopp 33, Tina Frascella 33, Jan Parker 36, Kathy Rathburn 37, Andrea Parshell 37.
Thursday's Men's League - Titleist Flight: Tim Kasparek 34, Kevin Kaszuba 34, David Newton 36. Slazenger Flight: Chad Bongiovanni 35, Brian Hover 39. Maxfli Flight: Ryan Corbet 44, John Berner 44, Robert Cerrie 46, Doug Mahaney 46. Nike Flight: Tom Whitney 46, David Maternowski 50, Scott Harley 50.
Cassadaga Country Club
Thursday Night Men's Golf League - Mike Schwertfager 33, Dan Butts 37, Tom Gauronski 37, Kerry Murphy 38, Rob Kahle 40, Ron Mason 40, Matt Wallace 40, Fred Chamberlin 41, Rob Lancaster 41. Low net: Mike Schwertfager 28. Closest to the pin: Ernie Kuzdale (No. 6). Skins: Mike Schwertfager (No. 1, birdie), Kerry Murphy (No. 7, birdie), Chip White (No. 9, birdie).
Pinehurst Golf Course
Brocton American Legion Post 434 Wednesday Evening Men's League - Low gross: Junior Martinez 41, Jay Beers 41, Dan Lloyd-Priest 41, Bob Remington 41, Adam Morello 42 and Tim Wagner 42. Low net: Wagner 29, John Feiner 30, Priest 30, Marinez 31, Dave Travis 32. Closest to the Pin's on the par 3's: Roger Miller (No. 7), Dave Meadows (No. 4). Closest to the pin with the second shot: Tim Lehman (No. 2). High team scoring: Ben Miller and Dan Mets 14.5, Dan Lloyd-Priest and George Petrella 14. One skin was won by Roger Miller on No. 7.
Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer League
Lewis Construction 3,
JS Auto Supply 2
Owen Meyers scored two goals and Trent Lewis scored a goal for Lewis Construction.
Matthew Runge scored the two goals for JS Auto Supply.
Storer's Containers 3, Pavlock Construction 2
Ace Pierce scored the hat trick for Storer's Containers.
Kole Davis scored the two goals for Pavlock Construction.
Jamestown Auto Supply 2, Forecon Inc. 2
Hayden Myers and Drake Pierce scored the goals for Jamestown Auto Supply and Kynan Egan and Braden LeBaron scored the goals for Forecon Inc.
J&J Painting 7,
Mary K 7
Erma Jean Wolcott and Jerret Runge scored the hat tricks and Zeah Wojcinski scored a goal for J&J Painting.
Nicholas Russo scored the lone goal for Mary K.
Superior Energy 4, Veracity Benefits 0
Jacob Fishgold scored two goals and Kolton Gibbons and Steven Biggers scored a goal for Superior.
Valley Tire 1,
Mom & Pop's
Isabella Ruiz scored the goal for Mom & Pop's Recycling and Cameron Anderson scored the goal for Valley Tire.
Precision Web Tech, Inc. 5, Valley Shack 0
Anna Wenger scored two goals with assists from Dalton McIntyre and Madison Rothleder. Rothleder scored a goal with an assist from Dalton McIntyre. Spencer Blake and Dalton McIntyre scored a goal for Precision as well.
Inc. 7, Barmore Sellstrom 0
Daniel Andersen had the hat trick and Kyle Morey scored two goals with an assist from Alexia Ruiz while Jeffrey Fishgold and Olivia Ruiz scored a goal for Andersen-Cuddihy Inc.'s win.
Gerry Free Methodist Church 2, Valley Motor Sports 1
Tyler Keech had an amazing header and Zachary Myers scored a goal for Gerry Free Methodist Church.
Heidi Lauer scored the lone goal for Valley Motor Sports.
Correction: On July 10 in a U-15 game, Jeffrey Fishgold scored a goal for Andersen Cuddihy Inc.
A team of local co-ed alumni will play the Forestville Fire Dept.'s co-ed softball team on Sunday, July 15, at 5 p.m., at the American Legion Field.
Forestville graduate Jack Szydlo will umpire the contest, which the public is invited to attend. Refreshments will be available.
Charity Softball Game
The Forestville sports club will host a charity softball game today 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 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.
2012 Men's Adult Basketball League
All teams interested in participating in the Dunkirk Recreation Men's Adult Basketball League, sponsored by the Dunkirk Recreation Department, 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.
The Women?Who Golf For Fun
The women will golf again next Wednesday, gathering at 8:30 a.m., teeing off at 9 a.m. 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.
In case of inclement weather, the women will meet at the clubhouse and then go directly to the White Village.