Dippin' Dots Spring
Team 606 13, Team 604 4
Nick Walter led team 606 to a convincing victory with four goals and two assists. Matt Johnson and Justin Price each had a goal and an assist while David Woloszyn chipped in a goal. Mike Johnson was stellar on defense and Todd Schraft was between the pipes for the victory.
Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer League
Storer's Containers 5,
Lewis Construction 4
Ace Pierce was the lead scorer with four goals and Izak Wojcinski scored a goal for Storer's. Trent Lewis scored the hat trick and Owen Meyers scored a goal for Lewis Construction.
Pavlock Construction 3,
JS Auto Supply 3
Kole Davis scored the hat trick for Pavlock Construction. Matthew Runge scored two goals and Anthony Mitchell scored a goal for JS Auto Supply.
Jamestown Auto Center 13,
J & J Painting 0
Drake Pierce was the lead scorer with five goals with two assists by Haydn Myers and JoLee Crowell. Alexander Runge scored two goals with one assist from Mikayla Fishgold. Haydn Myers scored two goals and Isaac Wenger scored two goals with one assisted by JoLee Crowell. Hailey Jastrzab scored a goal with an assist from Mikayla Fishgold, who added a goal for Jametown Auto Center's win.
Forecon Inc., 6, Mary K 0
Kynan Egan was the lead scorer with four goals and Nicholas Denslow and Braden LeBaron scored a goal for Forecon's win.
Precision Web Tech, Inc. 6, Mom & Pop's Recycling 0
Spencer Blake and Mack Mikula scored two goals each and Anna Wenger scored two goals with one assisted by Mack Mikula for Precision's win.
Valley Tire 2,
Veracity Benefits 1
Cameron Anderson and Collin Sischo had the goals for Valley Tire's win. Cade Egan scored the lone goal for Veracity Benefits.
Superior Energy 3,
Valley Shack 1
Jacob Fishgold, Adam Tarbell and Megan Harrell scored the goals for Superior and Lauren Snyder scored the lone goal for Valley Shack.
Gerry Free Methodist
Barmore Sellstrom 0
Ellysa Maze scored a goal with an assist from Tyler Keech. Zachary Myers scored two goals with one assisted by Katrinah Mae Bretl and Donald Erwin scored a goal with the assist from Zachary Myers.
Pinehurst Golf Course
Brocton American Legion Post 434 Wednesday Evening Men's League - Low gross: Ryan Swanson 33, Dave Willebrandt 38, Scott Jagoda 38, Lenny Truby 38, Junior Martinez 39. Low Net: Bill Hipwell 28, Jay Beers 29, Mike Manzella 30, Martinez 30, Jack Kujawa 32, Dan Lloyd-Priest 32.
Closest to the pin on the par 3's: Carter Stetson on (No. 13), Dave Daniels on (No. 16). Longest putt on No. 17 was Jeff Gerould. Eagles on the par-5 No.18 by Jon Coe and Ryan Swanson.
Skins were won by Dave Meadows on (No. 11) and Swanson (Nos. 15 & 17).
Most team points were scored by Sparky Musso and Mike Manzella with 15 and Willebrandt and Hipwell with 14.
Jackson Valley Golf Club
WARREN, Pa. - Wednesday Travel League -Tony Nicosia shot the low round of 73 to successfully defend his U.S. Open title at Jackson Valley Golf Club. It was Nicosia's third U.S. Open victory and 11th career major victory, most in the league. Ron Rys finished second with a 77.
Other flight winners were Alex Deering (B Flight), Bob Welch (C Flight) and Dick Maggio (D Flight). Winner of the Commissioner's Award was Jack Schrantz. Ron Szach recorded his first career eagle in league with a two on the par-4 14th hole.
Untied birdies were recorded by: A Flight: Nicosia (Nos. 1 & 2), Butch Mackowiak (No. 8), Pete Gawron (No. 10) and Rys (No. 13). B Flight: Bob Thompson (No. 1), Deering (No. 3), Rudi Adamczak (No. 7), Mike Willoughby (Nos. 8 & 18), Bob Roesler (No. 11), Szach (No. 14, eagle) and Mick Dunning (No. 17). C Flight: Ken Kaus (No. 5), Doug Keith (No. 9), Pat Weaver (No. 10), Angelo Leone(No. 11) and John Waterman (No.13). D Flight: Gary Hazelton (No. 6), John Binkiwitz (No. 8), Bruce Chrabasz (No. 11), Dan Kaszuba (Nos. 12 & 16) and Maggio (No. 18).
Closest to the pin were Waterman (No. 2), Kaus (No. 6), Carlos Troche (No. 8), Mackowiak (No. 12) and Ed Tofil (No. 15).
Winners of the Par-3 contest were Nicosia (A Flight), Paul Olkowski (B Flight), Welch (C Flight) and Binkiwitz (D Flight). Top point winners were Nicosia (73,5), Mackowiak (69), Willoughby (62.5) and Kaus and Waterman (35 each).
Season points leaders: 1) John Bongiovanni (308.5), 2) Rys (230), 3) Tofil (227), 4) Gary Richardson (203), 5) Dave Franklin (202), 6) Thompson (200), 7) Troche (181), 8) Dunning (175), 9) Mackowiak (171), 10) Szach (161).
Milestones hit this week: Waterman became the first player to reach 3,000 career points and Mackowiak became the fifth player to reach 2,000 career points.
Next week, the league heads north to Willowbrook Golf Club, in Lockport. The first tee time is at 10:15. Players must sign up with Mackowiak (679-4027) by Monday.
Bills Booster Club
The Southern Tier Bills Booster Club will hold a general meeting on Sunday at the Kosciuszko Club, starting at 1 p.m.
Rally for the Cure Golf Tourney at Sugar Hill
The Girls4Golf Tuesday Night League will be sponsoring a Rally for the Cure, a two-person scramble, on Tuesday, July 31 at Sugar Hill Golf Course. Registration will be at 4:30 p.m. with a 5:15 p.m. shotgun start.
Entry fee is $20 plus golf fee. Raffle and 50/50 tickets will also be available to purchase. Sign up at Sugar Hill Golf Course or by contacting Susan Gotowka at 366-4216.
Each participant will receive a goody bag, magazine subscription and other surprises. There will be hole prizes and a significant golf prize awarded.
All proceeds from this tournament will be supporting the mission of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
H.S. Football coaches mandatory meeting
The annual Southern Tier Heat Clinic and Football Rules Revisions and Interpretation meeting will be held Thursday, Aug. 9 at 7 p.m. It will take place at the Olean Middle School library.
John Eaton, ATC, will present a "Heat Awareness" workshop and Bill Beckerink (football rules interpreter) from the Southwestern Chapter of the New York Football Officials Association will be present to address and answer questions on the 2012 football rule changes.
For more information, call 375-8042.
Westfield Welch Field Pool Annual Invitational Swim Meet
The Annual Invitational Swim Meet is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 11 at the Westfield Welch Field Pool.
Interested swimmers are invited to participate.
For more information, call the pool office at 326-4441.
Two local boxers from the Northern Chautauqua County Boxing Club recently competed in Puerto Rican Festival in Rochester.
In the 135-pound Novice division, Victor Echevarra fell in the second round while Elon DeJesus was victorious in the 130 Novice via decision.
Members from the Northern Chautauqua County Boxing Club will be in action Aug. 25 in Lancaster