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College Updates

Bomasuto Having Early-Season Success With Tribunes

Dunkirk Senior High School Class of 2011 alum Vinny Bomasuto is off to a quick start for the Monroe Community College Tribunes baseball team at the plate and on the mound.

Through 14 games, the sophomore is third on the team in batting average (.383), second in RBIs (11), second in hits (18), tied for first in doubles (4) and is fourth in runs scored (9). Bomasuto has an on-base percentage of .456, good enough for second on the team and his slugging .617, also good enough for second. He also leads the team with six stolen bases and has hit one home run in helping MCC to a 8-6 record.

Playing mainly infield and outfield, Bomasuto has also spent time on the mound, including a start on March 15 that saw the righty allow two runs over 6-1/3 innings. He struck out two in the winning effort, as the Tribunes beat Phoenix College, 7-3. On the season, Bomasuto is 1-0, has tossed 9-2/3 innings, allowed 12 hits, struck out four, walked three and is pitching to a 2.79 earned-run average.

Polichetti Seeing

Time With D-II Tusculum Pioneers

Former Dunkirk standout catcher Joe Polichetti is currently hitting .289 through 25 games with the Tusculum Pioneers, a NCAA Division II program located in Tusculum, Tenn.

Polichetti, has seen most of his plate appearances come as a designated hitter, as he has also caught six games and played first base once. Of his 22 hits on the season, Polichetti has a pair of doubles to go with eight RBIs for the 18-10 Pioneers, which play in the South Atlantic Conference.

Bailen Named to

All-ECAC First Team

Fredonia native Nick Bailen, a senior defenseman for the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, was recently named to the East Coast Athletic Conference’s Hockey First Team.

Bailen led his team in goals (12), assists (19) and points (31), helping the Engineers to a 18-14-5 record. In 22 conference contests, Bailen recorded nine goals and 10 assists. He was twice named ECAC Player of the Week. Bailen is 12th nationally in both points and assists for defensemen.

If RPI, ranked No. 19 nationally, is left out of the NCCA Division I 16-team tournament, Bailen will finish his college career with 33 goals, 72 assists, 105 points and is just the fourth Engineers’ blueliner to eclipse 100 career points. His best season came in 2010-11 when he scored eight goals and collected 28 assists.

Distance Running

Prejean, Capra Lead Striders’ ROY Series

Travis Prejean and Lisa Capra currently lead the 2013 Chautauqua Striders Runner of the Year Series with 10 points each. The series is sponsored by the WCA Center for Orthopedics, Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation.

Following Prejean in the Male Division are Adam Rowe (nine points), Jordan Johnson (eight), Stephen Matteson (seven) and Jonathan Healy (six). Following Capra in the Female Division are Emily Kent (nine), Stephanie Goot (eight), Patty Gabreski (seven) and Judy Porpiglia (six).

Overall age group leaders (male): 15-19: Jordan Johnson (3), Jonathan Healy (2), Walker Black (1); 20-24: Shawn Thompson (3), Kyle Cashmore (2), Chad Muscarella (1); 25-29: Travis Prejean (3), Stephen Matteson (2), Nichola Spry (1); 30-34: Adam Rowe (3), Jeremy Green (2), Bradley Peterson (1); 35-39: Steve Propheter (3), Aaron Reger (2), Nick Ingrao (1); 40-44: Anderson (3), Alan Pulinski (2), Bob Bogdanowicz (1) 45-49: Paul Pulinski (3), Jeff Capra (2), Randy Brownlee (1); 50-54: John Gustafson (3), Eugene Smith (2), John Jablonski (1); 55-59: Kevin Swanson (3), Bruce Main (2), George Anderson (1); 60-64: Barry Latner (1), Jeff Ondrey (2), Tom Meka (1); 65-69: John Samuelson (3); 70 & Over: Tuck Underwood (3)

Overall age group leaders (female): 15-19: Emily Kent (3), Abby Sirwatka (2), Paige Sirwatka (1); 20-24: Anna Burkett (3), Devyn Agett (2), Caryn Engstrom (1); 25-29: Brooke Adams (3), Elizabeth Tipton (2), Ashley Milks (1); 30-34: Karen Fuller (3), Heather Pickup (2), Gloria Stearns (1); 35-39: Lisa Capra (3), Karey Loomis (2), Jessica Scott (1); 40-44: Stephanie Goot (3), Judy Porpiglia (2), Shelly Poindexter (1); 45-49: Beth Pearson (3), Kim Sutter (2), Wendy Broderick (1); 50-54: Lisa Johnson (3), Dawn Sard (2), Susan Rapp (1); 55-59: Patty Gabreski (3), Joletta Manelick (2), Patricia Martin (1); 60-64: Mary Bennett (3), Ginny Barton (2)

The next race in the series is the 5K Anew Run to be held in Jamestown on Saturday, April 13. Race registration information can be obtained by contacting Stacey Tanner at 661-3864 or via email at Series information can be found on Chautauqua Striders’ website at

Adult Pool

Gowanda APA League

Standings for the Gowanda APA League, as of March 23, are as follows: Da Wicked Skibbies are in first place and are followed by Ronnie’s Crazy 8’s, 8-Ball Assassins, Jamestown St. Marauders, Legion Machines and Jamestown Tavern.

Top Gun: Dave Bodekor is first in the Purple Tier. Mike Harris and Jerry Gates are tied for first in the Red Tier. Richard Vosburgh is first in the Yellow Tier. Tony Baez and Mike Deering are tied for first in the Blue Tier.

Youth Trap Shooting


March 12 marked opening match competition in the Eastern Conference of the Southern Tier Youth Scholastic Trap League. Teams competing are Bolivar-Richburg, Franklinville, Pine Valley, Portville, Randolph and Ellicottville.

Week 1 results

Franklinville 170, Bolivar-Richburg 165

Franklinville: Trent Dingman 24, Derek Knight 21, Billy Kottwitz 20, Ricky Love 22, Adam Rix 21, Dennis Schyler 21, Zachary Weaver 20, Dominic Zuppelli 21.

Bolivar-Richburg: Mike Updyke 24, Bradon Ryan 22, Alex Roberts 21, Briana Collins 21, Justin Best 20, Cole Dunbar 20, Tate Joseph 19, Wayne Hulin 18.

Portville 165,

Pine Valley 123

Portville: Chase Swetland 22, Michael Donnelly 22, Conner Putt 22, David Hlasnick 21, Andy Shick 21, Colin Kloc 20, Garrett Swetland 19, Dominick Puccinelli 18.

Pine Valley: Dominic Lemoine 21, Brandon Becker 18, Derek Rumsey 18, Billy Fleming 16, Derrick Becker 14, Dylan Dean 13, Brittany Dean 12, Jarred Heitzenrater 11.

Randolph 144, Ellicottville (did not report)

Randolph: Kayla Nefedov 24, Andrew Hvizdzak 24, Mike Bowers 23, Cody Hubbard 21, Jamie Hohmann 20, Austin Myers 19, Cole Spengler 19, Randall Oyer 18.

Week 2 results

Bolivar-Richburg 144, Portville 141; Randolph 176, Pine Valley 126; Franklinville 168, Ellicottville (did not report).

Randolph’s Andrew Hvizdzak scored the first and only perfect score of this season thus far.

Bolivar-Richburg: Justin Best 21, Bradon Ryan 21, Tate Joseph 18, Alex Roberts 18, Briana Collins 17, Wayne Hulin 17, Cole Dunbar 15,Caleb Freeman 15.

Portville: Michael Donnelly 19, Shaine Putt 19, Kyle Howard 18, Keith Dickerson 18, Andy Shick 18, Grant Milne 17, Austen Sallazzo 16, Garrett Swetland 16.

Franklinville: Trent Dingman 22, Derek Knight 18, Brendan Kozak 22, Ricky Love 20, Kurt Miller 21, Adam Rix 19, Dennis Schyler 22, Dominic Zuppelli 24.

Pine Valley: Dylan Dean 19, Jarred Heitzenrater 18, Dominic Lemoine 17, Derrick Becker 16, Billy Fleming 15, Derek Rumsey 15, Amber Steward 14, Bradley Lanphere 12.

Randolph: Andrew Hvizdzak 25, Jamie Hohmann 24, Josh Fyvie 23, Cody Hubbard 23, Cole Spengler 21, Austin Mitchell 21, Caleb Frink 21, Karly Studley 18.

Adult Bowling

Lucky Lanes

Wing City Ebonite Doubles League – High scratch game: Alex Haase and Benny Montague 512. High scratch series: Alex Haase and Montague 1,333. High handicap game: Alex Haase and Montague 533. High handicap series: Tom Battaglia and Rick Czerwinski 1,429.

Other high scores: Paul Nocek 212-257-234-703, Montague 244-217-236-697, Tom Battaglia 224-279-691, Spenser Johnson 279-204-644, Bill Thompson 244-638, Rick Czerwinski 237-204-636, Alex Haase 268-200-636, Mike Lucas 234-212-625, Todd Langworthy 225-227-618, Greg Haase 257-603, Bob Wojcinski 200-206, Gary Haase 230, Jim Diakakis 200.

Women’s A League – High team game: Fredonia Animal Hospital 630. High team series: Fredonia Animal Hospital 1,767.

Other high scores: Jackie Grant 169-175-179-523, Amy Seybold 202-206-537, JoAnne Arnold 178-191-509, Joanie Rammelt 175-173-506, Debbie Skinner 187-195-532, Jane Rose 193, Shirley Salerno 160, Rene Granata 163, Penny Haight 175, Michel Frederickson 168, Roberta Patterson 163-164.

Women’s A League – High team game: Foxy Ladies 646. High team series: Foxy Ladies 1,795.

Other high scores: JoAnne Arnold 166-213-533, Jackie Grant 190-191-518, Jane Rose 212-520, Shirley Salerno 160-167, Debbie Skinner 183, Rose Spicer 162-169, Linda Powell 163, Michele Frederickson 174, Lori DePoncean 164.