Wednesday Night Ladies League - Low team gross: Barb VanDette and Desiree Coon, 96. Low team net: VanDette and Coon 66. Low individual gross: Bina Loftus 45, Mimi Smith 45, and Barb VanDette. Low individual net: Coon 30. Fewest Putts: Carroll Nalepa 16.
Cassadaga Valley graduate B.J. Monacelli was honored as the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week after leading Washington and?Jefferson to a 23-6 victory at Methodist.
Hillview Golf Course
Thursday Morning Open League - Low scores: A Division: Tony Nicosia 36, Walt Koba 38, Pat Mackowiak 38, Joe Piwowarski 38, Roy Polvino 39, Domenic Lamattina 39, Al Muck 39. B Division: Pat Weaver 40, Ang Leone 41, Dave Taber 43, Dan Griffin 43, Paul Olkowski 43, Bob Manning 43, Doug Newman 43. C Division: Bob Welch 43, Joe Bifaro 43, Brian Manning 45, John Binkowitz 46, Dan Kaszuba 46, Roy McKinnon 46, Lou Pollicetti 47. D Division: Rich Cieslewicz 47, Jess Marino 47, Dan Bartlett 48, Jack Hood 49, Battles Battaglia 49, Jaime Galarza 51. Skins: A Division: Walt Koba (No. 4), Tony Nicosia (No. 6, eagle). B Division: Bob Manning (No. 1). C Division: Bob Welch (Nos. 2 and 8), Brian Manning (No. 4). D Division: Battles Battaglia (No. 3), Jack Hood (No. 7), Rich Cieslewicz (No. 8). Closest to the pin: Joe Bifaro (No. 5). Deuces on No. 5: Dan Bartlett and Ang Leone. Top Points: Joe Bifaro 28, Bob Manning 28, Bob Welch 18, Walt Koba 14, Tony Nicosia 14, Dan Bartlett 14, Ang Leone 14, Brian Manning 9, Jack Hood 9 and Rich Cieslewicz 9.
Thursday Night League - Untied skins: John Sliwa (No. 3), Will Weatherlow (No. 4). Closest to the pin on par 3s: Bob Cerrie (No. 4) and Wade Weatherlow (No. 6). Low gross scores: Titleist Flight: Derek Dawson 32, Tim Kasparek 36, Dave Newton 36. Slazenger Flight: Kaine Kelly 38, Brian Hover 38, Terry Redmon 38, Dave Herman 41. Maxfli Flight: John Sliwa 38, Ryan Corbett 40. Nike Flight: Tom Whitney 47, Scott Harley 49.
Final standings: Titleist Flight: 1st) Al Etzel and Kevin Kaszuba. 2nd) Darren Magine and Tim Kasparek. 3rd) Steve Zatorski and Lee Parker. Slazenger Flight: 1st) Terry Redman and Wally Gotowka. 2nd) Brian Hover and Chuck Bertges. 3rd) George Wheeler and Robert Zimmer. Maxfli Flight: 1st) Raja Gopolin and John Tallet. 2nd) John Sliwa and Ryan Corbett. Nike Flight: 1st) Brian Lydic and Pete Sinden. 2nd) Dave Reininga and Dave Mancuso.
CCHA Senior Men's League B Division
Coughlan's B 3, Heenan's Pub B 2
Coughlan's picked up their first win of the season with scoring from Tucker Krauza, Dan Westin and Justin Jakubowicz, and assists coming from A.J. Burnside and Jim Rozen. Heenans answered with two goals and Tony Manzella and Don Bley added assists.
Wicked Glen 5, Columbus J&J 1
Matt Mincin, with a goal and three assists, and Chris Schurr, with two goals and one assist, helped give Wicked Glen its first win. Chris Mulkin and Rob Strickler also netted goals.
The lone goal for Columbus J&J was by Dan Minnion, unassisted.
CCHA Senior Men's League C Division
EBC 5, Beaver Club 4
Chris Irwan picked up the hat trick in EBC's first game of the season with Rick Simon and Joe Hallmark adding a goal each. Assists were tallied by Al Shaw, Ryan Simon, Shawn Nowicki and Steve Nowicki.
It was a two-point night for Beaver Club's Tucker Krauza, with a goal and assist with other goals scored by Jim Rozen, Matt Krauza and Tim Kackermeyer. Additional assists were added by Chris Lyseth, Wes Buehler, Luke Buehler and Tom Block.
Wicked Glen 3,
Goals by Bobby Brown, Kerry Meyer and Eric Schimer lifted Wicked Glen to a win, with helpers from Schimer, Steve Olsen, Erich Weyand and John Weise.
Ken Purdy had the lone goal for Coughlan's, assisted by Bob Sayers and Simon Pasnik.
Dunkirk softball clinic
There will be a girls' softball clinic sponsored by the Dunkirk softball program in coordination with the Boys and Girls' club and the 21st century grant program.
The clinic is open to all city resident girls currently in grades 4-6 and will be held from 5-6 p.m. at the Little League complex in Wright Park.
The clinic dates are: Sept. 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27 and Oct. 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, 23 and 25.
Registration forms are available in all city schools as well as at the Boys and Girls club.
Special to the
WASHINGTON, Pa. - Washington & Jefferson College junior defensive back B.J. Monacelli (Cassadaga Valley) was honored as the Presidents' Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week after leading the Presidents' football team to a 23-6 victory at Methodist.
Monacelli racked up five solo tackles, an interception, a forced fumble and one pass breakup during the game.
With Methodist driving deep in Presidents' territory early in the third quarter, Monacelli stripped the ball from a Monarch wide receiver and senior linebacker John Hunter scooped it up and returned it 63 yards. That play helped set up W&J's second touchdown of the game.
Monacelli's interception came in the end zone, as he again thwarted a scoring opportunity after the Monarchs had moved the ball inside of the W&J 10-yard line late in the third quarter.
In 11 games during his career, Monacelli has accumulated 44 tackles (two for loss), two forced fumbles and one sack.
Special to the
EDISON, N.J. - Niagara's Kim Vona (Angola) was named MAAC Women's Cross Country Performer of the Week as announced by the conference on Tuesday afternoon.
Vona was the individual champion on the women's side at the season-opening Little Three Invitational on Friday at the St. Bonaventure Golf Course in Olean. The junior from Angola ran a 19:19:64 in the 5k race to take the top spot in the field of 27 runners.
Chain Disc Golf
Thursday Night Doubles
Par 58 - Clint Eastland and Eric Eckstrom 52, Rex Brown and Don Kaminski 57, Bart Scheer and Chris Mason 57.
An individual tournament is slated for Sept. 22. The cost is $10 for members and $20 for non-members. Tee off is set for 10 a.m.