Sugar Hill Golf Course
Dunkirk Moose Thursday Night League - A Flight: Tony Nicosia 38, Gordy Haight 40, Tom Lesch 43, Joe Kulig 44, Dan Nichols 46. B Fight: Mark Gugino 46, Bob Adams 49, Rick Bauza 49, Smokey Gloss 50, Steve Karin 51, John Weidenhofer 52. Untied birdies: Nicosia (No.7). Closest to the pin: Dan Nichols (No. 3), Mark Gugino (No. 8).
Team Dunkirk was crowned the 2012 CEBA 21-U overall league champions with a 10-1 win over River Rock. Conner Grey threw a complete game three-hitter for the win. At the plate, Dunkirk was led all season along by Thad Johnson, Max Schrantz, Austin Alonge and Ryan Dimartino. Team leaders on the mound were Jake Harford, Conner Grey and Kyle Grey. Additional help came from Nick Hart, Tage Johnson and Trot Kelly. Dunkirk scored an impressive 142 runs while allowing only 44, compiling an impressive 17-2 record. Pictured are members of the team, including where they will be playing in 2013. They are, in front, from left to right: Trot Kelly (Timon St. Jude), Kyle Morse (SUNY Fredonia), Nick Hart (Fredonia High School), Will Lucas (Maple Grove), Kyle Grey (SUNY Fredonia), Mike Marciano (Erie Community College). In back are: Thad Johnson (St. Bonaventure), Tommy Prospero (Batavia), Tage Johnson (Frewsburg), Drew Messina (Dunkirk), Jake Harford (Jamestown Community College), Conner Grey (St. Bonaventure), Ryan Dimartino (GCC), Max Schrantz (Mercyhurst North East). Missing were Alonge (Mercyhurst North East), Dillon Kawski (Mercyhurst North East), Chris Messina (SUNY Fredonia) and Zac Wood (Portville).
Wednesday Night Men's League - Low gross: Dan Griffin 40, Gordy Haight 40, Doug Rylowicz 41, Mike Rylowicz 46, Brian Venn 55, Greg DiPaolo 55.
Top point winners: Doug Rylowicz 7.5, Haight 5.5, Dan Griffin 5.5.
Untied birdies: Doug Rylowicz (No. 7). Closest to the pin: Doug Rylowicz (Nos. 3 & 8). Longest drive on No. 4: Haight
Vineyards Golf Course
Gene Andolina League - Low scratch scores: Bill Hart 35, Dave Criscione 36, Joe Favata 37, Dave DeJoe 39, Frank Sevola 39, Joe Bifaro 39.
Low handicap scores: Sevola 33, Hart 33, Chuck Cowen 34, Joe Granata 34, Criscione 35, Don Cotton 35, Bob Tripp 35, Favata 35, DeJoe 36, Joe Greco 36.
Skins: Criscione (No. 4). Closest to the pin: Criscione (No. 3), Favata (No. 9).
Pinehurst Golf Course
Thursday Senior Golf Scramble - Twenty-eight golfers gathered for a scramble on Aug. 9.
The team of Ray Lewis, Doug Rothwell, Jim Quinn and Bill Christ took first, recording five birdies. In second was the quartet of Dennis Shively, Bob Rogers, Gene Noble and Bert Baker. The foursome shot an eagle on the Par-5 No. 5 hole.
In third were Sam Arcadipane, Bill Cole, Jim Higgenbotham and Marty Gollnits, who shot a 4-under, shooting five birdies. A bogey on No. 8 dropped them into third place.
In fourth, at 2-under, were Bard Schaack, Lou Barresi, Bob Tefft and Jesse Marino. In fifth were Les Yokom, Mel Allen, Harry Barton and John Rawlinson (2-under). In sixth was the quartet of Steve Woleben, Butch Joint, Dave Holser and Trenny Jordan (1-under) while Dick Furman, Bob Lokietek, Al Newman and John Jones finished in seventh, also at 1-under.
Closest to the pin: Noble (No. 4), Tefft (No. 7).
Jamestown Bowling Company Marathon Tournament
The 17th Annual Labor Day Marathon Tournament at Jamestown Bowling Company will be held Monday, Sept. 3 at 10 a.m.
The format will be 10 games across the house with the total pins plus handicap to determine the winner.
Prizes will be awarded to the top nine finishers as well as the high scratch. Jackpots, brackets and eliminators will be available.
Jamestown Bowling Company is located at 850 Foote Avenue in Jamestown and can be reached at 483-1818.
Westfield One-Pitch Softball Tournament
The Annual Westfield One-Pitch Slow Pitch Softball Tournament will be held Saturday, Aug. 25 on the softball fields at NorthLake, Smith and Westfield School. Entries must be in by Thursday, Aug. 23.
This is a one-pitch slow pitch format with each batter starting with a 3-2 count. The entry fee is $250 per team. A payout based on 16 teams is $1000 for 1st place, $500 for 2nd and $250 for 3rd. Any proceeds will go to the Woody Keyser fund.
For more information about the tournament visit www.leaguelineup.com/slugfest-at-smith. Tim Best can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 793-4909. Or call Mike Vande Velde at 499-5411.
Visitors Bureau Annual Golf Tournament
Chautauqua - The Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau announces plans for the 16th annual golf tournament held in honor of CCVB founding director, Donald Hogan.
The tournament will be held on Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Chautauqua Golf Club, beginning at 8 a.m., with a shotgun start. Contestants will compete for first, second and third-place prizes, as well as longest drive and closest to the pin awards. The cost is $80 per person and includes a lunch buffet.
Proceeds from the tournament benefit the Donald Hogan Tourism Scholarship Program. This program awards between three to four scholarships to area seniors each year based on an essay outlining the importance and relevance of tourism in Chautauqua County. Since its inception in 2001, the program has awarded $36,000 in scholarships to 60 area students.
Donald Hogan was the director of Chautauqua County Vacationlands Association, forerunner of Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau, until 1989. The Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau, a not-for-profit agency, is the official tourism promotion agency for Chautauqua County and New York State's Chautauqua-Allegheny Region including Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Allegany Counties. Parties interested in playing in the CCVB/Hogan Memorial Golf Tournament or in sponsoring a hole, should contact Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau at 357-4569.
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 local youth soccer program. Applications can be picked up and turned in at the Village of Westfield window in 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
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.