Today's High School Schedule
CLCS at Brocton
Pictured, from left, are Adam Rowe and Judy Porpiglia, the Chautauqua Striders Men’s and Women’s Runner of the Year recipients.
CVCS at Sherman
Frewsburg at Dunkirk
Dunkirk-Fredonia-Forestville at Franklinville
Rowe, Porpiglia earn Chautauqua Striders ROY Honors
The 2013 Chautauqua Striders Runner of the Year Series concluded recently with Adam Rowe and Judy Porpiglia taking the top honors.
The series is sponsored by WCA Center for Orthopedics, Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation.
Below are the overall winners of each age group:
Male 15-19: Jacob Hinsdale, Jonathan Healy, Mike Saff. Female 15-19: Abby Sirwatka, Katie Saff, Kelly Vincent. Male 20-24: Adam Prentice, Ryan Walker, Shawn Thompson. Female 20-24: Anna Burkett, Susan Bentley, Allison Dole, Brittany Adams. Male 25-29: Nicholas Spry, Daniel Mueller, Travis Prejean, Stephen Matteson. Female 25-29: Brooke Adams, Kylee Witchey-Clements, Michelle Carlson. Male 30-34: Jeremy Green, Joseph Leone, Troy Turner. Female 30-34: Karen Fuller, Heather Pickup, Kimberly Turner. Male 35-39: Nick Ingrao, Kevin Murray, Keith Carrow. Female 35-39: Carrie Shaw, Amy Sells, Lisa Capra. Male 40-44: Chris Lawson, Alan Pulinski, Irv King. Female 40-44: Tina Fermier, Mindy Lawson-Crabtree, Karen Groshek. Male 45-49: Grant Vincent, Michael Engdahl, Richard Schroeder, Jeff Capra. Female 45-49: Kathy Gustafson, Kim Sutter, Pam Morton. Male 50-54: John Gustafson, Tony Dolce, Daniel Johnson. Female 50-54: Lisa Johnson, Susan Rapp, Diane Kling. Male 55-59: Bruce Main, R.G. Witchey, Joe Campbell. Female 55-59: Judy Rowe, Patty Gabreski, Stacey Curry. Male 60-64: Robert 'Doc' Rappole, Jeff Ondrey, Tom Meka. Female 60-64: Mary Bennett, Patricia Szczerbacki, Jill Bolmer, Mary Nelson. Male 65-69: Harry O'Hara, John Rappole, John Samuelson. Female 65-69: Marcia de la Cerda. Male 70-over: Wayne Hotelling, Dick Mirth, Clarence Underwood, Lucius Bugbee. Female 70-over: Mac Mackenzie, Betsy Shepherd.
Award winners can claim their award by contacting Mike Engdahl at 485-6913, or by emailing email@example.com. Awards will also be distributed at the Chautauqua Striders winter banquet in late February.
CCHA B League
Heenan's 6, Wicked Glen 2 - Derek Sheridan had a hat trick for Heenan's while Byron Vanzile chipped in a pair of goal in the win. Mike Kozewicz scored the other goal for Heenan's while assists went to Don Bley (two), Dave Wright and Vanzile. Gary Shain picked up the win between the pipes.
For Wicked Glen, Brian Denea and Kevin Smith had a goal and an assist each. Mike Barrett was the losing goalie.
CCHA C League
Beaver Club 5, Team 6 2 - Brad Meyers had a pair of goals for the Beaver Club while Luke Buehler, Tom Block and Greg Krauza each added a goal. Nick Keefe had a pair of assists in the win while Krauza, Tim Kachelmeyer, Ed Paluch and Tom Block all had an assist each. Shane Rudolph picked up the win between the pipes.
Nick Bailey and Stephen Kiesch scored for Team 6 with assists going to Kiesch and John Boner. Ken Shearer was the losing goalie.
Monday Night Mixed Couples - High team game: Redneck Yacht Club 653. High team series: Taber Trucking II 1,902. High individual game (men): Bob Patterson 200. High individual game (women): Jenn Logan 192. High individual series (men): Patterson 539. High individual series (women): Logan 532.
Other high scores: Cheryl Doner 179-184-510, Mike Wise 526, Jeff Barone 514, Winfield Doner 528.
to Host Spaghetti Dinner
The Westfield Wolverines varsity baseball team will host a spaghetti dinner Jan. 5 from 3-6 p.m. at the Westfield Methodist Church.
Take outs are available. Adult tickets are $8, children $6 and senior citizens $6. Tickets can be bought from all baseball players or at the door.
Proceeds go to Westfield Baseball and to help with the Mingo Bay Tournament in South Carolina this April.