Bob Frames Astro Bowlers - High team series: Major Peters 2,710. High team game: Smith Construction 984. High individual series: Joel Jones 687. High individual game: Jones 266.
Other high scores: D. Mets 244, T. Tworek 200, M. Miceli 215-234-617, B. Cole 200, J. Conti 203, J. Beers 208, W. Rivera 212, D. Spencer 203, B. Snow 232-215-607, M. Cole 201-234-627, G. Smith Jr. 201. Women: D. Crofoot 166-182-495, K. Pleszewski 157-154, E. Pacos 167, M. Benner 160, L. Chase 154, D. Jusko 173-186-480, R. Alonge 160.
Friday Nite Klassic - High team series: Lucky Lanes 2,759. High team game: Lucky Lanes 1,018. High individual series: Kevin Grupa 267. High individual game: Grupa 267.
Other high scores: B. Dillenburg 202-216, M. DeWolf 221, R. Laurito 248, A. Wilmot 259-224-636, K. Grupa 222, B. Cole 222, G. Skelly Jr. 224, J. Skelly 220-213-220-653, W. Marreo 205-232-604, J. Pencek 200, J. Cerrie 232-202, M. Cole 216-204-615, J. Camp 205, M. Rylowicz 234. Women: L. Austin 157, B. Kent 247-219.
Bob Frame Memorial - High team series: Ski's 2,793. High team game: Ski's 1,008. High individual series: Tony Mistretta 666. High individual game: Brian Sikorski 300.
Other high scores: J. Tomkiewicz 208, A. Nye 200, M. Rylowicz 202-234-620, T. Mistretta 203-228-235, D. Astry 213, A. Alaimo 202, B. Rosario 213, T. Rugani 200, R. Jasinski Sr. 211, A. Dailey 223-236-200-665, B. Sikorski 654.
WNY Amateur Hockey League Pee Wee Travel
NCCYHA Fredonia Steelers 6,
Monroe County Eagles 4
Carter D'Agostino had three goals while Alex Venn had two goals to lead the Steelers to a league-opening win over Monroe County at the Scottsville Ice Arena in Rochester. Zachary Rybak had the other Steelers goal. Cassie Essex had two assists while Connor Daniels and Hunter Rizzo each had an assist. Nick Novelli was in goal for the Steelers.
Tri-County Eagles 6, NCCYHA Fredonia Steelers 0
In a game played at SUNY Brockport's Tuttle North Ice Arena, Tri-County defeated the Steelers. Tri-County had one goal in the first period, three goals in the second period and two in the third period. Nick Novelli and Gabe Persch shared goaltending duties for the Steelers. The Steelers open the home portion of their schedule Oct. 13 when they play host to the Niagara Coyotes at Steele Hall.
Family Martial Arts Center
The Family Martial Arts Center has recently come under new management and will be offering free self defense classes from Oct. 22 through Nov. 3.
The Center, located at 355 Central Ave. in Fredonia, has programs designed to keep children active while also educating them in a disciplined sport.
At the end of the two-week trial period, students are invited to sign up for a promotional package which includes a rate discount and a free uniform. No family will be turned away no matter their financial situation.
The scheduling of events at Family Martial Arts Center is:
Ages 3-6 - Tuesday and Thursday 6:00-6:45 p.m.; Saturday 11:00-11:45 a.m.
Ages 7-18 - Monday 5:30-6:30 p.m.; Wednesday 6:00-6:45 p.m.; Saturday 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Self defense ages 10-18 - Tuesday and Thursday 5:30-7:00 p.m.