For The Record

Today’s H.S. Schedule

Girls Basketball

Silver Creek at Cassadaga Valley

Chautauqua Lake at Pine Valley

Allegany-Limestone at Dunkirk

Forestville at Franklinville

Gowanda at Olean

Westfield at Panama

Boys Basketball

Allegany-Limestone at Fredonia

Youth Hockey

WNYAHL Pee Wee Mixed Division

Fredonia Steelers 4, Jamestown Lakers 4 – Nick Pchelka had two goals and one assist to lead the Steelers in their 4-4 tie with the Lakers, during Western New York Amateur Hockey League Pee Wee Mixed Division action at Steele Hall.

Carter D’Agostino and Zach Rybak each had goals while Alex Venn and Stephen Aldrich had assists. Nick Novelli was in goal for the Steelers.

Mitchell Pascarella had two goals for the Lakers while Timothy Harris and Jacob Gerace had one goal apiece. Joshua Janicki was in goal.

Fredonia Steelers 2, Bud Bakewell Bruins 2 – The Steelers scored two goals in the third period and tied the Bruins at Riverside Ice Arena in Buffalo.

Owen Nicosia scored the game-tying goal with 35 seconds remaining in the third period. Carter D’Agostino had the other goal for the Steelers. Nicosia, Tyler Sack and Jared Glowniak had assists. Nick Novelli was in goal for the Steelers. Among his saves was a penalty shot late in the third period with the Steelers trailing, 2-1.

The Steelers ended the league season with a 6-14-4 record, and will participate in the Melt the Ice Tournament in Garfield Heights, Ohio next weekend.

Adult Bowling

Lucky Lanes

Wednesday 4-Man – High team game: 41 West 850. High team series: Seybold Farms 2,411.

Other high scores: Becca Kent 238-233-215-686, Spencer Johnson 246-228-211-685, Steve Krystofiak 211-219-233-663, Josh Wilmot 226-229-645, Rick Crandall 257-222, Keith Glowniak 200-244-632, Alex Haase 214-201-217-632, Tom Jagoda 204-244-620, Joe Jagoda 245-619, James Golubski 254, Art Howard 235, Dan Struzynski 214, Roger Pacos 213, Marcello Miceli 210, Mike Lucas 202.

Lou Nocek BII – High team game: Professional Contractors 1,099. High team series: Bowlers Corner 3,052.

Other high scores: Dan Struzynski 246-237-243-726, Mike Lucas 213-232-222-667, Ben Montague 224-202-233-659, Paul Nocek 222-236-656, Spencer Johnson 247-215-646, Tom Battaglia 220-245-636, Brad Bixby 247-235-629, Greg Haase 249-217-621, Mark Schrader 254-210-618, Roger Pacos 248-614, Tom Jagoda 246-604, Alex Haase 245-601, John Wise 245, Anthony Dimmer 245, Lee Szalkowski 242, Greg Wisniewski 236, Ron Taddio 236, Josh Wilmot 244, Cody Schrader 226, Scott Jagoda 215, Keith Glowniak 213, Ted Schwalbe 213, Roger Burlett 213, Marcello Miceli 218, James Golubski 210, Ron Gworek 208, Howie Burgess 204, Todd Tworek 203, Joe Jagoda 201.

Announcements

NCSA?to Hold Travel

Team Registration

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, 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 you are unable to attend in-person registration, mail the completed registration and uniform order forms, payment, copy of birth certificate (for new players only) and a 2×3″ wallet-sized photo to NCSA, P.O. Box 331, Fredonia, NY 14063. Make check payable to NCSA.

Questions about NC Concord should be directed to Vice President of Travel Jim Enser at enzo2@adelphia.net.

Local Television

ALCS at Fredonia Boys Basketball

The Allegany-Limestone at Fredonia boys’ varsity basketball game will be aired tonight, beginning at 7:30, on Cable Access Channel 5 in Fredonia and Channel 19 in Dunkirk.

Ed Eaker will have the call of the game, with Greg Krauza providing color commentary.