For The Record
Today’s High?School?Sports Schedule
Friday, Feb. 8
Boys High School Basketball
Brocton at West Valley
Cass Valley at Salamanca
Southwestern at Fredonia
Gowanda at Falconer
Westfield at Pine Valley
Randolph at Silver Creek
Girls High School Basketball
Forestville at Westfield
Gowanda at Falconer
Silver Creek at Portville
Hanover Little League Baseball and Softball
Registration for Little League Baseball for players from Forestville, Irving, Sheridan and Silver Creek for the 2013 season will be held on Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at the Silver Creek Elementary School cafeteria. Registration fee is $40 per player. Maximum registration cost per family is $100.
T-Ball players must have turned 4 years old on or before Nov. 30, 2012. Minor league baseball players must be at least 7 years old on or before April 30, 2013. Little League Baseball Majors must be age at least 9 years old on or before April 30, 2012.
Valley League Softball players from Silver Creek, Sheridan and Irving may also register.
Softball players must be age 8 on or before Dec. 31, 2012.
Children who live in the towns of Hanover or Sheridan are invited to register.
Registration for Senior League Baseball for players aged 13 to 16 years old from Forestville, Irving, Sheridan and Silver Creek for the 2013 season will be held Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at the Silver Creek Elementary School cafeteria. Registration fee is $40 per player. Maximum registration cost per family is $100.
Senior League Baseball players must be at least 13 years old on or before April 30, 2013.
Players who live in the towns of Hanover or Sheridan are invited to register.
NCSA to hold travel team registration
Feb. 9, Feb. 16
The spring travel season for the competitive branch of the Northern Chautauqua Soccer Association (NCSA) will kick off soon. The travel club known as NC Concord competes in the Southern Tier Travel Soccer League (STTSL). This year the club will field teams in the U-10 co-ed, U-12, U-14 and U-17 boys and girls divisions.
Player registration will be held on Saturday from 9 a.m., to noon, in the Fredonia High School cafeteria and Saturday, Feb. 16 from 9 a.m., to noon in the Dunkirk High School cafeteria.
Registration fees are $80 for the U-10 co-ed division, $90 for the U-12 division, $100 for the U-14 division and $110 for the U-17 divisions.
The uniform fee is separate from the registration fee. Need-based scholarships are available on a limited basis. Forms are available online at www.myncsa.com.
If anyone is unable to attend in-person registration, they should mail completed registration and uniform order forms, payment, copy of birth certificate and a 2″ x 3″ wallet sized photo to NCSA, P.O. Box 331, Fredonia, NY 14063. Make check payable to “NCSA.”
The STTSL was established in 1991 to fill the need for a more competitive program than the summer recreational model for committed, talented youth soccer players. Teams from Chautauqua County participate, as well as teams from Erie County, Cattaraugus County and Bradford, Pa.
Bi-weekly practices for travel soccer begin in March. Games are typically held on Sunday afternoons, beginning April 27-28 and concluding with the play-off tournament at the end of June. Plans are under way for all NC Concord teams to participate in a tournament in June.
Questions about NC Concord should be directed to Vice President of Travel Jim Enser at email@example.com.
Silver Creek girls
prepare to Pink
Out the Gym
Silver Creek’s javyee and varsity girls basketball teams will play host to the Pink Out the Gym Senior Recognition Basketball Game Feb. 15 at the Silver Creek Central School High School Gym. The jayvee game will tip off at 6 p.m., with the varsity game expected to start at 7:30 p.m.
The evening will support Aili Makuch, a 16-year-old Chautauqua Lake student who is currently battling cancer.
A 50/50 drawing and a basket raffle will be held throughout the evening, along with pizza, snack and baked good sales. Prizes include Buffalo Bandits tickets, free stays at the Hyatt Regency in Buffalo and the Clarion Hotel in Dunkirk, handmade quilts, candles by Grape Country Candles, and gift certificates to Vidler’s 5 & 10, Wegmans, Skyzone and Salvatore’s Italian Gardens. Several themed baskets will also be awarded.
The 50/50 drawing will be held at halftime of the varsity game while prizes can be picked up by the end of the night.
Hammerhead Swim Club
Results are in from HHSC’s 14th meet of the season.
Thirteen swimmers attended the STAR Swimming 17th Annual Short Course ABC meet. The meet was held at the ECC Flickinger Center on the weekend of Feb. 1-3. HHSC swimmers had 13 first-place, five second-place, two third-place and a total of 35 top 10 finishes at the meet.
There were three new silver times and a total of 39 personal best times achieved (listed below).
8 &Under Division
Alex Ahlstrom (8) 50 Free 59.52
Brooke D’Agostino (10) 100 Back 1:38.17, 100 Free 1:27.02, 100 IM 1:38.60, 50 Fly 44.79, 50 Back 43.69, 50 Free 37.60, 100 Breast 1:45.43 (SILVER)
Jane Fortna (10) 50 Breast 55.64, 100 Free 1:40.42, 100 IM 1:50.58
Julia Fortna (10) 100 Free 1:36.73, 100 IM 1:50.37
Marissa Boettcher (11) 50 Breast 48.46, 100 Back 1:36.27, 100 Free 1:20.18, 200 Breast 3:41.65, 200 Back 3:35.94
Riley Drummond (12) 100 IM 1:10.44
Bill Osula (11) 200 Free 2:17.93, 100 Free 1:00.44, 200 Back 2:42.18, 50 Back 32.64
Deidra Osula (12) 200 Free 2:15.84, 50 Breast 38.82, 100 Free 59.44, 200 Back 2:45.24 (SILVER), 50 Back 33.32, 50 Free 26.36
Esel Ro (11) 100 Free 1:08.87, 50 Fly 33.79, 50 Back 35.34
Tess Thompson (11) 50 Breast 40.64 (SILVER), 100 Fly 1:24.20
Sean Brown (13) 100 Free 1:12.01, 50 Back 39.00, 100 Back 1:24.67
15 and Over Division
Lauren Skellie (15) 50 Fly 34.25, 200 IM 2:54.39
Adult Pool League
Valley Pool League
(Mixed League) Week 17 Results and Standings – Team scores are as follows: Whiskey Hills Saloon I is in first with 65 wins, Witch Kitch II is in second with 54 wins. Whiskey Hills III is in third with 43.5 wins
Individual leaders for Men and Women are: Men: Mat Fox is in first with 389 balls, John Leckliter is in second with 385 balls, Bruce Ensminger is in third with 378 balls Women: Michelle Frost is in first with 334 balls, Patsy Klemens is in second with 325 balls, Kayla Schafer is in third with 291 balls.
The following had perfect scores of 24: Witch Kitch: Doug Goodwill and Sean Egan WK I, Bruce Ensminger WK?2. Back Yard: Rich Milliman BY I, Tony Anderson BY II. Whiskey Hill Saloon: Layne Fox WHS I.
The following had a table run:? Bruce Ensminger (twice), Doug Goodwill. The following had an 8 ball break: Jim Eppinger (week 16).
Lou Nocek BII – High team game: Rookies 1,076. High team series: Bowlers’ Corner 3,031. High individual series: Mike Lucas 257-223-215-695. Other high scores: Rick Crandall: 246-244-674, Greg Haase 246-237-674, Paul Nocek 225-245-665, Tom Jagoda 235-226-660, Jerry Jesionowski 205-244-648, Alex Haase 202-231-632, Ben Montague 212-215-200-629, Joe Jagoda 215-216-624, Spencer Johnson 247-207-615, Ken Ferry 209-224-611, Lee Grankowski 226-607, Jack Reading 213-214-600, Tom Battaglia 239, Dan Struzynski 226, Jim Michaels 218, Ron Gworek 213, Howie Burgess 209, Scott Jagoda 212, Marcello Miceli 209, Anthony Dimmer 205, Greg Wisniewski 205, Ted Schwalbe 203, Roger Burlett 203, Keith Glowniak 201, Jim Ellman Jr 200.
Wednesday Four-Man – High team game: Professional Contractors 862. High team series: 41 West 2,288. Other high scores: Dan Struzynski 300-621 (fifth career 300 game), Rick Crandall 247-229-671, Becca Kent 200-246-640, Alex Haase 257-214-635, Tom Jacobs 264-632, Howie Burgess 223-222-621, Mike Lucas 287-620, Spencer Johnson 201-201-202-604, Steve Krystofiak 200-222, Keith Glowniak 218, Bill Saden 216, Paul Nocek 214, James Golubski 210, Joe Jagoda 206, Chad Cerrie 200-203, Marcello Miceli 203, Jerry Jesionowski 201.
Women’s A-League (Jan. 31) – High team game: Fredonia Animal Hospital 645. High team series: Fredonia Animal Hospital 1,822. Other high scores: Debbie Skinner 177-184-234-595, Roberta Patterson 161-180-200-541, Shirley Salerno 160-164-176-500, Lori DePonceau 175, Rose Spicer 178-187, Sara Tulipane 165, Priscilla Seybold 168, Michele Fredrickson 160, JoAnne Arnold 160-176.
Women’s A-League (Jan. 24) – High team game: Lucky Lanes 619. High team series: Foxy Ladies 1,752. Other high scores: Debbie Skinner 162-175-217-554, Jane Rose 160-232-516, Joanie Rammelt 163, Shirley Salerno 165, Michele Fredrickson 170, JoAnne Arnold 169, Jackie Grant 185, Roberta Patterson 174.
Tonight’s boys high school basketball game between the Fredonia Hillbillies and the Southwestern Trojans will be televised on Channel 19 in Dunkirk and Channel 5 in Fredonia.
Air time is set for 7:30 p.m.
Ed Eaker will call the action and be joined by a mystery guest.