Cassadaga Valley League
Lewis Construction 6, Storer's Containers 1
Owen Meyers scored the hat trick and Trent Lewis scored two goals while Emiley Anderson netted a goal as well in Lewis' win.
Ace Pierce scored the lone goal for Storer's Containers.
Pavlock Construction 5, JS Auto Supply 2
Kole Davis scored the hat trick and Easton Berwick and Kevin Herington scored a goal each for Pavlock's win. Matthew Runge and Aliyah Hopkins scored the goals for JS Auto Supply.
Jamestown Auto Center 7, J&J Painting 0
Drake Pierce was the lead scorer with five goals. Two were assisted by Alexander Runge and one assisted by goalie Mikayla Fishgold.
Fishgold also netted two goals for Jamestown Auto Center.
Forecon Inc. 3,
Mary K 0
Kynan Egan scored the hat trick for Forecon's win.
Veracity Benefits 2, Precision Web Tech, Inc. 2
Johnathon Brockelbank scored the two goals for Veracity, and Mack Mikula and Anna Wenger scored the goals for Precision.
Superior Energy 2, Valley Tire 2
Kolton Gibbons and Megan Harrell scored the goals for Superior Energy and Cameron Anderson scored the two goals for Valley Tire with assists from Melanie Russo.
Mom & Pop's Recycling 3, Valley Shack 0
Wyatt Harrington, Jayden Johns and Isabella Ruiz scored the goals for Mom & Pop's win.
Gerry Free Methodist Church 4, Barmore Sellstrom 1
Donald Erwin scored two goals and Ellysa Maze and Janae Johnson nettted goals as well in Gerry Free Methodist Church's win.
Robbie Penhollow scored the lone goal for Barmore Sellstrom.
Andersen-Cuddihy Inc. 1, Valley Motor Sports 1
Kyle Morey scored the goal for Andersen-Cuddihy Inc., and Zackary Zielinski scored the goal for Valley Motor Sports.
Jamestown Auto Center 4, J&J Painting 0
Drake Pierce scored the hat trick with one assist from Alexander Runge and Hailey Jastrzab scored a goal with the assist from Runge as well in Jamestown Auto Center's win.
Forecon Inc. 6,
Mary K 2
Kynan Egan was the lead scorer with four goals with one assisted from Braden LeBaron. LeBaron scored two goals as well for Forecon's win. Blaine Percey and Abigale Harrell scored the goals for Mary K.
Veracity Benefits 3, Valley Shack 0
Cade Egan scored the hat trick for Veracity's win.
Veracity Benefits 2, Valley Tire 1
Cade Egan and Johnathon Brockelbank scored the goals in Veracity's win.
Cameron Anderson scored the lone goal for Valley Tire.
Mom & Pop's
Recycling 1, Precision Web Tech Inc. 0
Isabella Ruiz scored the winning goal for Mom & Pop's Recycling.
Mom & Pop's Recycling 1, Superior Energy 0
Isabella Ruiz scored the winning goal for Mom & Pop's Recycling.
Valley Shack 1,
Superior Energy 0
Lauren Snyder scored the winning goal for Valley Shack.
Valley Motor Sports 1, Gerry Free Methodist Church 0
After a hard-fought game, Valley Motor Sports won in the shoot out.
Andersen-Cuddihy Inc. 7, Barmore Sellstrom 0
Nelson Barker scored a goal with an assist from Daniel Andersen, who also scored two goals. Taylor Anderson, Jeffrey Fishgold, Kyle Morey and Morgan Perkins all scored goals in Andersen-Cuddihy's victory.
Pat Coughlin Tribute
There will be a tribute to Pat Coughlin during this weekend's Summer Sizzle hockey tournament in Jamestown.
Pat was a well-liked member of the Dunkirk-Fredonia community. Before tonight's first game of the tournament - at approximately 6:15 p.m. - the Coughlin family will take part in the ceremonial puck drop. Afterwards, there will be a moment of silence.
For more information on the tournament, contact tournament director Shaun Fadale: 673-6577 or email@example.com
The Hammerehead Swim Club will hold early registration on Aug. 13 and Aug. 14 from 4:30-6 p.m. at the Fredonia State University Pool in Steel Hall.
Matteson-Kempo Karate free program
Matteson-Kempo Karate is offering a free recreation program to all students who are enrolled in any of the Chautauqua County schools.
The program runs from Sept. 4-30 and is open to anyone ages 4-18. It will take place at the Family Martial Arts Center, 355 Central Ave., Fredonia.
To register, contact 672-6683 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by for a tour.
Following is the schedule for each program
KARATE schedule: ages 3-6 (Lil' Ninja's)
Tuesday and Thursday: 6-6:45 p.m.
Saturday: 11-11:45 a.m.
Monday 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Wednesday 6-6:45 p.m.
Saturday: 10-11 a.m.
TAE KWON DO schedule: ages 10-18
Tuesday and Thursday: 7-8:30 p.m.
SELF DEFENSE schedule: ages 10-18
Tuesday and Thursday: 5:30-7 p.m.
All student's will be taught the fundamentals of the martial arts. If at the end of the program they are interested in registering, the Dojo will offer a promotional special. No families will be turned away no matter their financial situation.
Regular sessions accept all ages for the Recreation program and also offer classes for all ages. Parent or guardian pay $5 per month with child registration.
Fall Soccer Signups for Westfield, Ripley, Brocton and Mayville
There is still time to sign up for fall ;ocal youth soccer program. Applications can be picked up and turned in at the Village of Westfield window in the Eason Hall, 23 Elm St.
Applications can be mailed in. Signups are for children ages 4-11. For children turning 4 by Sept. 4 and not turning 12 until Oct. 28). Games will begin Sept. 8 and end Oct. 27.
The fee is $20 for the first child, $15 for the second and $10 for the third (max. of $45 per family), but scholarships are available if needed.
For more information, call 326-4243 or visit www.westfieldrec.org.
Gary Richardson was the overall winner on a tiebreaker over Tony Nicosia after both men shot a new league course record 76 at South Hills Country Club.
The old record of 77 was held by Al Etzel and Paul Olkowski. Other golfers breaking 80 were Butch Mackowiak (77), Ed Tofil (78) and Joe Michalski (79). Mackowiak, Michalski and Richardson each shot 37 for the low front nine score while Tofil shot 37 for the low back nine score. Alex Deering won the B-Flight. John Slaughter won the C-Flight on a tiebreaker over John Bongiovanni, Dan Kaszuba and Ron Szach. Pat Weaver won the D-Flight. Winner of the Commissioner's Award was Bruce Chrabasz.
Untied birdies were recorded by: A-Flight: Michalski (No. 2), Kerry Murphy (No. 4), Paul Olkwoski (No. 9), Nicosia (No. 10), Jim Szalkowski (No. 11), Tofil (No. 12), Mackowiak (No. 13) and John Waterman (Nos. 15 and 16); B-Flight: Gary Haase (No. 1), Bob Roesler (No. 4), Deering (No. 8), Joe Bifaro (No. 9), Bob Thompson (No. 17) and Joe Bienko (No. 18); C-Flight: Bongiovanni (No. 2), Slaughter (Nos. 3 and 15), Dick Maggio (Nos. 4 and 12), Kaszuba (No. 5) and Ken Novelli (Nos. 8 and 17); D-Flight: Jack Griswold (No. 1), Gary Hazelton (Nos. 2 and 11), Keith Medley (Nos. 8 and 9), Angelo Leone (No. 10), Weaver (No. 12), Lee Titus (No. 14) and Doug Newman (No. 18).
Closest to the pin were Roesler (Nos. 4 and 9), Haase (No. 13) and Waterman (No. 15). Top point winners were Roesler (74), Waterman (66) and Maggio (42). Season points leaders: 1) Bongiovanni (317.5) 2) Waterman (238.5) 3) Tofil (237) 4) Ron Rys (230), 5) Dave Franklin (227). Milestone hit this week: Angelo Leone reached 1,500 career points.
Next week the league travels to Maplehurst Country Club. First tee time is at 9:30 a.m. Golfers need to sign up with Butch Mackowiak at 679-4027 by monday.
The Girls4 Golf Tuesday Night League - Low gross: Nancy Phillips 46, Vicki Westling 47, Linda Prince 48 and Judith Waterman 49. Low net: Sue Hertlein 32, Linda Prince 34, Vicki Westling 36, Nancy Phillips 36 and Karen Tramuta 37. The prize for the evening was won by Sally Giambrone. With one week left to play and a fun night for the last night, the team standings are as follows: 1st) Nancy Phillips and Karen Tramuta. 2nd) Debbie Yerico and Sally Giambrone. 3rd) Sue Gotowka and Sue Hertlein.
Wednesday Night Mens Golf League - Low gross: Doug Rylowicz 38, Gordy Haight 43, Mike Rylowicz 44, Pat Mackowiak 44, Dan Griffin 45 and Greg DiPaolo 52. Closest to Pin: Doug Rylowicz (No. 8). Longest Drive: Mike Rylowicz (No. 4). Top points: Greg DiPaolo 8, Gordy Haight 6.5 and Pat Mackowiak 6.5.
Shorewood Country Club held its two-day Senior and Super Senior Club Championship recently. The Super Senior (60 and over) champion is Byron Bromley and The Senior Club Champ is Larry Lundin.
The Women Who Golf For Fun - Low score: Julie Ortendahl, followed by a tie for second with Joyce Cullen and Carole Hudson. Theresa Leone, Phyllis East and Nancy Yocum tied for third. Cheryl Gavronski was the golfer of the week.
Anyone interested in joining them will always be welcomed.
For further information, call Bobbi Deering 366-5805 or Julie Ortendahl 366-3067.
Tuesday Night Men's League - Low scores: Ray Deland 39, Dennis Gawronski Sr. 40, Jeff Jagoda 41, Pat Weaver 42, Mike Willoughby 43. Top point winners: A-flight: Deland 7, B-flight: Gawronski 8.5, C-flight: Jagoda 6.5, D-flight: Paul Leone 6.5. Closest to the pin: Weaver (No. 5). Skins: Jagoda (No. 2), Deland (No. 3).
Monday Night Utility League - A Division: Alex Deering 36, Brian Manning 40, Mike Kelly 40, Bob Manning 41, John Waterman 41, Doug Newman 42, Mike Willoughby 42, Jess Marino 43, Matt Hutchinson 43, Robin Hill 43, Larry Tibbetts 44, Joe Majhut 44, John Lakas 44. B Division: Jim Waite 45, Mike Kurmis 46, Keith Medley 46, Lee Szalkowski 46, Ron Marsh 47, Zeke Valentine 47, Ken Morrison 48, Chris Penfold 48. Closest to the pin: Ken Morrison (No. 5). Skins: A Flight: Alex Deering (Nos. 2 and 8). B Flight: Ron Marsh (Nos. 1 and 6). Mike Kurmis (No. 8).
Pinehurst Country Club
Pinehurst ParTee Girls - Low gross: Amy North 45, Carolyn Rawlinson 46, Lynn LaMattina 46, Jill Muck 49, Lori Foster 49. Low net: Kelly Crawford 29, Lillian Saunders 30, Jill Muck 31, Eileen LaPorte 32, and Penny Newman 32. Birdies: Saunders (No. 3) and Sue Dietzen (No. 9). The longest putt on No. 8 went to Crawford, and closest to the pin on No. 4 was shot by LaMattina.
Ladies Wednesday Night League - Low scores: Michelle Helmer 40, Julie Fenton 42, Mary Bartkowski 43, Sue Grace 45, Kathy Bradshaw 46, Stacy Wintersteen 47, Judy Wallin 48, Donna Frost 48, Linda Roos 49, Anita Luce 49. Best Ball: Sue Grace and Cathy Smith 25, Mary Haight and Lori Danforth 25, DeDe DuBois and Mary Kelley 26, Stacy Wintersteen and Laura Wintersteen 27, Donna Frost and Michelle Helmer 27, Pam Allessi and Pat Kaus 29, Judy Wallin and Dianne Cornell 29, Linda Roos and Cam Lawton 29, Lois Hart and Nancy Snyder 30, Kathy Bradshaw and Nancy Risley 31, Pat Cessna and Judy Dale 31, Jodi Hoffman and Melissa Kelly 31, Mary Bartkowski and Annita Luce 31, Linnea Nichols and Barb Swan 32, Jan Wintersteen and Deb Ulrich 32, Kay Pagano and Pam Ulrich 32, Julie Fenton 32, Sheila Whitford and Gayle McKinney 32. Closest to the Pin: Pam Ulrich.
Pinehurst Golf Course
Brocton American Legion Post 434 Wednesday Evening Men's League - Low gross: Dave Willebrandt 36, Gary Arnold 38, Scott Jagoda 40, Bob Remington 40, Jared Ehmke 41, Lenny Truby 41, Jay Beers 41 and Jon Coe 41. Low net: Tim Wagner 30, Willebrandt 31, Roger Miller 32 and Coe 32. Closest to the pins: Roger Miller (No. 13), Junior Martinez (No. 16). Longest putt: Tim Wagner (No. 10). One Skin was won by Carter Stetson with an Eagle on No. 14. Most team points: Jared Ehmke and Justin Willebrandt with 14.5, Lenny Truby and Jay Beers with 13.5.
Vineyards Golf Course
Wednesday Morning Ladies Purple Posse League - This week's game was the best that two can do. Team winners were Barb VanDette and Kathy Hart (first place), Viki Clark and Linda DeJoe (second place), Jeanne Pagano and Marcia Casella (third place). The Purple Posse will be playing again on Aug. 15. The game will be pull the tees, meeting at 9:30 a.m., teeing off at 10 a.m. New members are always welcome.
Chautauqua Men's Senior League
Pro Bats Yankees 2, Gowanda Brewers 1
Winston Woodard spun a gem, scattering five hits with three strikeouts in the final game of the season.
Brent Thompson relieved Woodard in the seventh getting the final three outs on six pitches. The Yankees defense was flawless as Steve Pantano led the way, recording seven assists and three put outs.
He also drove in both runs with a double in the third inning.
Dunkirk Men's Fastpitch
Moniuszko 13, First Ward Falcons 12
The Monnies were led by Terry Frazier and Joe Polichetti who both had three hits. Rick Zappie and Nick Sliwa added two hits. Mike Privitera picked up the win on the mound.
Matt Nickle, Dan Nickle, Brandon Torrance and Zack Mleczko all had two hits. Tim Wdowiasz picked up the loss on the mound.
Moniuszko Club 12, Rookies 0
The Monnies were led by Jona Bienko's three hits while Devin Carlson and Colton Farnham added two hits. Mike Privitera picked up the win on the mound.
Jeremy McAfee picked up the loss on the mound and Tim Gornikiewicz had the only hit for Rookies.
Moniuszko Club 19, Larry's Cantina 14
Ryan Hall had four hits for the Monnies. Mike Privitera, Matt Siracuse, and Devin Carlson had three hits. Mike Privitera picked up the win.
For Larry's Cantina Joe Conti was the losing pitcher.