BREAKING NEWS

BREAKING NEWS

For The Record

Adult Bowling

K & L Lanes

Saturday Nite Drifters – High team single: Jr Nation 880. High team series: TEA-J 2,593. Other high scores: Ken Purdy 258-715, Kelly Carriero 212-161-510, Rich Emery 214, Will Webber 212, Joe Sweda 214, Daren Waterman 217-203, Ernie Clareus 253-631, Jack Frost, Sr. 222-600, Ron Purdy 212-245-258-715, Kathy Earle 173-173, Charity Sweda 177-168, Shelly Coon 167-167, Kato Bixby 183-164, Linda Jozwiak 164, Nancy Earle 168, Anita Clareus 160.

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Paul Hill Memorial – High team single: South Dayton Hotel 1,204. High team series: South Dayton Hotel 3,211. Other high scores: Ben Hewitt 231-235-279-745, Paul Schulz 231, Derrek Stelley 223-210, Steve Grimm 201, Mike McKeever 204, Ed Howard 244-234-202-680, Ken Purdy Sr. 213, Ken Purdy 225-205-613, Robbie Coulon 226-613-627, Jeremy Jimerson 227, Mike Emke 229, Larry Brown 234-224-641, Pat Richter 201, Mike Howard 222-201-224-647, Mike Meyers 203, Ernie Clareus 237, Justin Clareus 230-243-664, Matt Duliba 222-242-206-670, Daren Waterman 246-279-268-793, Diane Emke 180-170-502, Nancy Earle 182, Kathy Earle 167.

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Frank Galfo Memorial Monday “A” – High scores: Mike Krzemien 247-278-215-740, Eddie Howards 202-227-290-719, Ron Huch 234-257-685, Ken Purdy 267-244-683, Ryan Rose 237-214-226-677, Eddie Howard 229-235-212-676, Jim Vogtli 226-212-232-670, Steve Grimm 278-219-665, Ben Hewitt 279-662, Paul Evans 224-211-210-645, Chris Hart 225-224-643, Brian Schulz 259-202-639, Greg Reynolds 258-215-638, Justin Clareus 211-224-631, Jeff Fort 222-211-629, Jerard Capozzi 245-621, Denny Newcomb 221-611, Joey Sweda 266-610, Kevin Lipinski 226-606, Mike Birtchnall 235-209-605, Terry Gabel 232-600, Ron Fetterick 220, Jamie Fort 206, Mike MeKeever 219, Jeff Gabel 201, Bob Stelley 222, Keith Tharnish 210, Dan Moyer 224, Denny Emke 205-204, Tim Lillie 227, Jack Frost 232, Bob Robe 258.

Adult Pool

Gowanda APA League

Standings as of Feb. 17 – 8-Ball Assassins, Ronnie’s Crazy 8’s, Jamestown St. Marauders, Da Wicked Skibbies, Legion Machines and Jamestown Tavern.

Top Gun: Dave Bodekor is first in the Purple Tier. Mike Harris is first in the Red Tier. Jerry Gates is first in the Yellow Tier. Tony Baez is first in the Blue Tier.

For more information, contact David Covert at 698-2291.

Valley Pool League

(Mixed League)

Week 19 Results and Standings – Team scores are as follows: Whiskey Hills Saloon I is in first with 70 wins. Witch Kitch II is in second with 60.5 wins. Whiskey Hills III is in third with 49.5 wins. Individual leaders for Men and Women are: Men: Mat Fox is in first with 434, Bruce Ensminger and Rich Milliman are in second with 425. Women: Michelle Frost is in first with 374 balls, Patsy Klemens is in second with 368 and Kayla Schafer is in third with 318. The following had perfect scores of 24: Witch Kitch: Doug Goodwill WK I, Bruce Ensminger and Fred Chamberlin WK II. Whiskey Hill Saloon: Zach Schafer, WHS II; Kyle Klemens, WHS III. The following had a table run: Mat Fox and Doug Goodwilll. The following had an 8-ball break: Fred Chamberlin.

Youth Swimming

Blue Devil Diving Club

The Blue Devil Diving Club participated in the annual Valentines Diving invite at Geneseo College on Sunday, Feb. 17. Following are the results:

Girls Novice 9 and under

Division (4 dives/skills)

Elizabeth Pucci-Shaefer: Off 1 meter, she finished in first place with a total score of 94.

Girls Novice 10-11 (5 skills/dives)

Alexandra Pucci-Shaefer: Off 1 meter, she won her age group with a total score of 119.50 points. Off 3 meter, she also won her age group with a total score of 130.30 points.

Emily Brown: Off 1 meter, she finished third with a scored of 114.40 points. Off 3 meter, she finished fifth with a total score of 116.95

Lynnea Bamberg: Off 1 meter, finished fifth with a score of 112.40 points. Off 3 meter, she finished sixth with a score of 110.10 points. This was Lynnea’s first meet ever.

Girls Novice 14-15 (6 skills/dives)

Rebecca Banach- Off 1 meter she finished 2nd place with a score of 115.45. Off 3 meter she also finished 2nd with a total score of 119.60.

Victoria Pucci-Shaefer: Off 3 meter, she competed in the girls novice 12-13 (6 skills/dives) She finished first with a score off 147.05. Off 1 meter, she competed in the girls group B category (the advance category, 8 dives). She came in fifth place with a total score of 182.65.

Isabella Pucci-Shaefer: Off 3 meter, she competed in the girls novice 12-13 (6 skills/dives). She finished in second place with a score of 124.30. Off 1 meter, she joined her older sister in the Group C competition (7 dives). She finished in sixth place with a total of 147.60.

Girls Group A (9 dives)

Morgan Wellezohn- Despite not feeling well at all, she finished second place off 1 meter with score of 280.75. She also finished 2nd place off 3 meter with a score of 309.50 which is 6 points away from qualifying her to the AAU National Championships.

Hannah May: Competed in the same category as Morgan. Off 1 meter, she finished third with a score off 219.95. Off 3 meter, she finished third with a score of 303.75.

Finally, Blue Devil Diver Coach and SUNY Fredonia swimming and diving alumni Christian Torres along with SUNY Fredonia diving alumni John Rodman and Scott Horsington dove in the afternoon event off 1 and 3 meter, in the 19 and over masters division. Off 1 meter, Horsington took first place with a score of 281. Torres fell to second place after clipping his heels on the board during one of his dives and Rodman took fourth. Chris Austin, diving out of the Blue Wave Diving Club, took third place.

On the 3 meter, Torres took first place with a score of 281, followed by Horsington in second and Rodman in third.

Announcements

Fredonia Little League

Fredonia Little League will hold registration for baseball and softball Saturday, Feb. 23, from 9 a.m. to noon, and Wednesday, Feb. 27, from 6-9 p.m., in the Fredonia High school cafeteria.

Registration will be held for the following division: Boys’ and girls’ T-ball (ages 4-6), boys & girls Hathaway League (ages 6-8), Cerrie League baseball (ages 8-9) and Wright League baseball (ages 10-12).

In the softball division, registration will be held for teams in the Minor League (ages 79) and Major League (ages 10-12). New this year is Senior League Baseball for ages 1316.

You must be a resident of the Fredonia Central School District to register for any of the leagues.

The cost is $55 for the Wright, Cerrie, Hathaway and softball leagues and $40 for T-ball leagues. Senior League baseball is $60. There is a cap of $125 per family for players under 12. This cap does not include the fundraiser or Senior League play.

All new and returning players must register and a copy of a birth certificate is required for all new players.

Coaching and umpire applications will also be accepted at the registration sessions. All coaching applications, accompanied by a copy of a driver’s license, must be received by the FLL Board of Directors by March 4, in order to be considered for a coaching position.

If you have any questions, contact Mark Lutz at 679-8637.

Westfield Little League Registration

Registration for the 2013 baseball season will be Tuesday, Feb. 26 and Thursday, Feb. 28 from 6-8 p.m. in the Westfield Academy and Central School cafeteria.

Baseball is open to those who will be 4 years old and will not reach 13 years of age before May 1, 2013. Softball is open to those who will be 9 years old and will not reach 13 years of age before Jan. 1, 2013.

All players must register with a parent or guardian present while newcomers must bring a copy of their birth certificate to registration. The fee is $35 per player for all age groups. Families with three or more players will pay a maximum of $100. Players must participate in the league fundraiser or pay the buyout fee.

Westfield Little League is also looking for volunteers to serve as managers, coaches and team parents during registration. Those interested will need to fill out a form and provide a copy of a valid driver’s license.

For more information, contact Matt Schumaker at 326-2255 or Trisha Hudson at 326-8337.

Hill, Selan to be

honored at banquet

The 11th Annual Cattaraugus County Sports Hall of Fame Banquet will be held Saturday, March 23 at the Little Valley Legion beginning at 6 p.m. Each of the 12 school districts within the county have selected one outstanding individual to be honored at this year’s event.

Locally, Rich Hill from Cattaraugus and Lou “Looch” Selan from Gowanda will be inducted into the County Hall of Fame following a buffet dinner and introduction of previous inductees in attendance.

Hill has been a top official for high school basketball over the past 22 seasons. He was also a member of the 1972-73 undefeated Cattaraugus High School varsity basketball team that won the Section VI crown.

Selan was a member the Gowanda Tigers semi-pro football team that won the Western New York Championship in 1948. Lou was also a catcher for baseball and fast pitch softball town teams for many years. In 1966, he, along with Vic Witherell and Art Palumbo were the original coaches for the Gowanda Jets midget football team. In 1968, the Jets won Gowanda’s first ever midget league Super Bowl championship.

Tickets for the event are $20 each and must reserved before March 15 by calling Mark Benton at 532-4053 or email hidibenton@aol.com.

Dunkirk Baseball

Spaghetti Dinner

There will be a spaghetti dinner on Sunday, Feb. 24, at the Dunkirk Moose from noon to 4 p.m.

All proceeds will benefit the Dunkirk varsity baseball program.

Tickets are available from any varsity parent, coach Frank Jagoda at the Middle School and at Matt’s News.

For more information, contact Jagoda at 785-4313.