Hillview Golf Course
Thursday Morning Open League - Low score: A Division: Tony Nicosia 34, Pat Weaver 36, Domenic Lamatino 37, Bob Manning 39, Walt Koba 40, Doug Newman 40. B Division: John Waterman 42, Joe Piworeski 42, Paul Olkowski 42, Mat Mackowiak 42, Dave Taber 42. C Division: Dennis Gawronski 44, Steve Raghunofh 44, Jack Hood 45, Ang Leone 46, Rich Cieslewicz 46, Jim Klemens 46. D Division: Battles Battaglia 50, Bob Spera 50, Jaime Galardo 51, Zeke Valentine 52.
Fredonia Little League thanks community
The coaches, parents and players of the Fredonia Little League 11-12-year-old All-Star baseball team would like to thank the community for their support, encouragement and donations to the trip to the state finals. The team appreciates the kindness that was shown to them.
Closest to the pin #5: Rich Cieslewicz. Skins: A Flight: Domenic LAmatino (No. 4). B Flight: Dave Taber (No. 1), Pat Mackowiak (No. 9). C Flight: Dennis Gawronski (Nos. 1 and 9), Jack Hood (Nos. 3 and 8). D Flight: Bob Spera (No. 4), Dave Miller (Nos. 5 and 6). Top Points: Dave Miller 42, Rich Cieslewicz 28, Dennis Gawronski 28, Jack Hood 28, Domenic Lamatino 14, Dave Taber 14, Pat Mackowiak 14 and Bob Spera 14.
First Ward Falcon Club Thursday League - Low net: Ron Szach 34, Dan Kaszuba 34, Tom Gregoreski 31, Bruce Wlodarek 31. Team skins: Szach and Wlodarek (No. 5), Kaszuba and Schrantz (No. 9). Closest to pin: Don Kujawa (No. 3), Dave Wallace (No. 5) and Ed Wlodarek (No. 9). Most points won: Szach and Wlodarek 15.
Vineyards Golf Course
Wednesday Night Ladies League (Aug. 1) - Low team gross: Linda Kemp and Mimi Smith 97. Low team net: Kemp and Smith 77. Low individual gross: Susan Cave 44. Low individual net: Carroll Nalepa 29. Least Putts: Linda Kemp and Barb VanDette 16.
Wednesday Night Ladies League (Aug. 8) - Low Team Gross: Kemp and Smith 92. Low team net: Kemp and Smith 74. Low individual gross: Charity Mucha 41. Low individual net: Kemp and Charity Mucha 33. Least Putts: Smith 16.
Monday Night Ladies League - Individual low net: Anita Lancor 31. Individual low gross: Lancor 36. Team low net: Jeannne Pagano/Marcia Casella 70. Team low gross: Donna Alessi/Lancor 83. Closest to the pin: Lancor (Nos. 1 & 5). Fewest putts: Casella 12.
Cassadaga Country Club
Thursday Night Men's Golf League - Brad Kelly 34, Paul Edson 36, Todd Fenton 37, Ron Martin 38, Kerry Murphy 38, Mark Wallace 38, Matt Schwertfager 39, Rob Kahle 40, Tim Lerow 40, Kent Marsh 40, Tom Gauronski 40, Bob Smith 40, Joe Tramuta 40. Closest to the pin: Mike Lawhead (No. 6). Low net: Paul Edson 28. Skins: Brad Kelly (No. 4, eagle). Mike Lawhead (No. 6, birdie).
Senior Tour - A-flight: Pat Hepinger 10, Brian Eckwahl 8, Dave Kozak 7. Gross: Eckwahl/Shelly Grant 76. B-flight: Randy Chamberlin 12, Merle Elkin 8, Bill Kestler 7. Gross: Chamberlin 77. C-flight: Bill Radack 12, Bill Greenwood 11, Lynn Butcher 9. Gross: Dick Joslyn 79. D-flight: John Slaughter 9, Chuck Jackson 8, Tom Fairbanks 8. Gross: Tuck Underwood 85. E-flight: Sam Pellerito 6, Wayne Lind 6, David Nichols 6. Gross: Pellerito 95. F-flight: Mort Armstrong 11, Bruce Spencer 11, Don Garfield 9. Gross: Armstrong 99. Closest to the pin: Chuck Jackson (No. 2), Wayne Germaine (No. 11), Don Hustead (No. 13), Bruce Carlson (No. 16). Special note: Pat Hepinger and Roger Millspaw each recorded eagles.
Thursday Men's League - Untied skins: Robert Zimmer (No. 2), Mark Coyle (No. 4), John Popp (No. 5), Kevin Jaszuba (No. 7), Pete Sinden (Nos. 13 and 15), Scott Harley (No. 14). Closest to pin: Chad Bongiovanni (No. 4), Larry Lundin (No. 6). Bob Manzella (Nos. 15 and 17). Low gross: Titleist Flight: Kevin Kaszuba 33, Tim Kasparek 35. Slazenger Flight: Chad Bongiovanni 38, George Wheeler 39. Maxfli Flight: Pat Wheeler 41, John Sliwa 43. Nike Flight: Tom Whitney 47, Brian Lydic 49.
Men's Senior League
Stericycle A's 10,
Seneca Giants 2
Doug Clark and Mike Korzienewski combined for the win on the mound striking out seven and allowing just two hits. Randy Stuart led the 15-hit attack with three hits while Brian Wojcinski, Tim Cowan and Clark all had two hits apeice.
Jon Muck took the complete game loss for the Giants.
Jamestown Mets 3, Stericycle A's 1
Mike Matz went the distance for the win scattering eight hits while striking out six. Chris Maggio had two hits to lead the Mets offense.
Tim Cowan and Doug Clark had two hits each while Steve Keyser, Brian Wojcinski, Randy Stuart and Bob Bankoski all hit safely to back losing pitcher Mike Korzienewski.
Stericycle A's 12, Gowanda Brewers 11
In a rematch of last year's championship game, the A's fought back twice before finally taking the game in extra innings. Doug Clark went the distance scattering six hits while striking out a season-high 12. Corky Korales lead the 16-hit attack with four hits while Craig Kofod and Clark each had three hits.
Steve Keyser and Brian Wojcinski chipped in with two hits apeice.
Western Chaut. County Trap League
Ripley 322, Ellery 233
Top shooters for Ripley were Ernie Newhouse 48, Mike Boll Sr. 47, Mark Henry 46, Donald Henry 46, Bob Nichols 46, Matt Luke 45 and Jim Carris 44. Top woman shooter was Sandie Newhouse 41.
Top shooters for Ellery were Bob Welsh 41, Alan Harding 39, Don Johnson 33 and four blind socres of 30.
Big Tree 322,
Top shooters for Big Tree were Tony Piotrowski 49, Dan Berry 46, Dennis Trostle 46, Cliff Hammer 46, Gary Olson 45, Scott Hammer 45 and Warren Berry 45. Top woman shooter was Val Holthouse 41.
Top shooters for Westfield were Vern Brown 46, Kevin Struzenbecker 46, Nathan Wojtkowiak 45, Ted Blanchard 45, Will Mason 44, Mike Nasal 43 and Rich Foster 42. Top woman shooter was Rose Corban 40.
Gowanda Slow Pitch Softball tourney set for Sept. 2
The 16th Annual Gowanda Men's Slow Pitch Softball Tournament is set for Sunday, Sept. 2.
This is a double-elimination tournament. Batters will start with a 2-1 pitch count. Entry fee is $65 per team.
Call Mark Benton at 532-4053 or email email@example.com to register.
Fall Soccer Signups for Westfield, Ripley, Brocton and Mayville
There is still time to sign up for fall l
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
Cassadaga Valley League
Jamestown Auto Center 1, Forecon Inc. 0
Drake Pierce scored the winning goal for Jamestown Auto Center's win.
Mary K 3,
J&J Painting 2
Nicholas Russo scored two goals and Abigail Harrell scored a goal for Mary K's win.
Erma Jean Wolcott scored the two goals for J&J Painting.
Veracity Benefits 1, Mom & Pop's Recycling 0
Cade Egan scored the winning goal for Veracity Benefits win.
Precision Web Tech Inc. 2, Valley Tire 1
Spencer Blake scored the two goals for Precision Web Tech, Inc.'s win.
Cameron Anderson scored a goal for Valley Tire with the assist from Collin Sischo.
Superior Energy 3, Valley Shack 1
Megan Harrell scored two goals and Jacob Fishgold scored a goal for Superior's win.
Kennedy Pattison scored the lone goal for Valley Shack.
Gerry Free Methodist Church 5,
Barmore Sellstrom 2
Zachary Myers scored two goals and Donald Erwin scored the hat trick for Gerry Free Methodist Church's win.
Robbie Penhollow and Kendra Parsons scored the goals for Barmore Sellstrom.
Andersen-Cuddihy Inc. 1, Valley Motor Sports 0
Daniel Andersen scored the winning goal for Andersen-Cuddihy Inc.