For The Record



The Northern Chautauqua Soccer Association is still accepting late registrations for the summer recreation season. Visit the website for Coordinator information and the registration form.

Contact the Division Coordinator during the day to check availability, as some space is limited. Then submit two registration forms to P.O. Box 331, Fredonia, N.Y. A $10 late fee should be added to the registration costs. Registrants should also send a copy of the player’s birth certificate, if this is their first year playing.

McDonald’s Senior Tour

The 2013 edition of the McDonald’s Chautauqua County “Senior Tour,” will open its season on Monday, April 15 with its 10th annual registration brunch.

The brunch will be held at the Lakewood Rod and Gun Club at 11 a.m. A registration fee of $11 will be collected at that time.

Senior golfers 60 years of age or older will be asked to register as a regular or as an alternate.

The Lakewood Rod is located at 433 Terrace Ave., Lakewood, N.Y.

For more information call Art Asquith, at 595-3185.

Jamestown Bowling Co. hosts state BPA Family Tournament

Jamestown Bowling Company will host the 38th annual New York State Bowling Proprietors Association (BPA) Family Tournament April 28 at 10 a.m. on 850 Foote Ave., Jamestown. The entry fee is $35 per team, split into two divisions: parent/youth and parent/teen. The best teams from each division – at an advancement ratio of 1:5 – will head to the Owego Bowl in Owego June 8 for the Upstate Finals with the winners from that tournament traveling to Columbus, Ohio July 25-28 for the QUBICA/AMF International Family Tournament with a three-night hotel stay, a $750 travel stipend, meals, activities and a portion of the $70,000 scholarship pool. Second-place finishers in the Upstate Finals get $300 scholarships while third-place finishers get $100 scholarships. For more information, contact JBC at 716-483-1818.

JABC Hall of Fame Masters Scratch Tournament Set

For Next Weekend

The 11th annual Jamestown Area Bowling Council (JABC) Hall of Fame Masters Scratch Tournament will be held next Sunday, April 14 at Jamestown Bowling Company, 850 Foote Ave., Jamestown. Three flight squads will play at 10 a.m., noon and 2 p.m.. The top eight from each flight make it into the elimination-style finals, where total pinfall decides the champion. The winner gets a guaranteed prize of $1,500 while the runner-up earns $800 and the third-place finisher gets $500. The entry fee is $65, $50 of which goes directly to the prize fund. One out of every five competitors will win a prize and all prize-related fees will be returned in full. All bowlers must hold current USBC cards, as the event is played under USBC rules. The tournament is sponsored by Butternut Brook Equine Center, Ray and Cathie Textor and Larry Case from Mir Oil. For more information, call JBC at 716-483-1818.

Chautauqua Health and Fitness classes

Chautauqua Health and Fitness, located in the Turner Community Center at Chautauqua Institution on Route 394, is offering several group exercise classes this spring.

Classes include morning, evening and Saturday cycling sessions, pilates, kickboxing and a water workout class in the Turner Community Pool. Classes begin April 8 and will run for eight or nine weeks.

For fee information or to register for programs, call Chautauqua Health and Fitness at 357-6430 or visit

College Scene

Julie Arnold Named Brockport Athlete of the Week

BROCKPORT – Junior Julie Arnold (Fredonia/Fredonia) has been named The College at Brockport Female Athlete of the Week after leading the softball team to four State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) victories over the weekend.

Arnold started all four games behind the plate as the Golden Eagles earned two victories over Potsdam on Friday and two more over No. 25 nationally ranked Plattsburgh on Saturday. Arnold scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning in game one against Plattsburgh.

The junior collected two hits in the doubleheader with Potsdam while also scoring one run and adding an RBI. Arnold also stole a base and was hit by a pitch as Brockport cruised to a 9-0 victory in game one and followed up with a 5-1 victory in game two.

Against the Cardinals on Saturday, Arnold went 2-for-2 with a RBI double and was hit by a pitch. Arnold singled in the eighth inning and advanced to second on an interference call. During the next at-bat Arnold came around to score on a double from teammate Caitlyn Rana. Behind the plate, Arnold also threw out one runner and tagged another runner out at home.

Arnold is batting .324 on the year with 11 hits and nine runs batted in.

Adult Bowling

Lucky Lanes

Thursday Chosen Ones – Individual high game: Kori O’Brien 176, Jen Depasquale 167-237, Lisa Lillie 165-208-172, Sheryl Ludemann 170-176, Tracey Ebling 172, Cindy Ellman 165, Debbie Kirell 165, Sharon Palmer 181. Individual high series: Jen Depasquale 562, Lisa Lillie 545. Team high scratch: Cassadaga Farm Supply 2,429.

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Thursday Chosen Ones – Individual high game: Mary Haight 216, Sharon Harrington 177, Lois Jones 164, Kori O’Brien 167, Karen Tramuta 160, Jen Depasquale 189-177-212, Pat Kaus 208, MaryJo Pleszewski 160, Sharon Palmer 194-179-183, Patti Thurn 168, Monica Delcamp 192, Tracey Ebling 181, Cindy Ellman 182-191-170, Lisa Lillie 187, Amy Hadley 173-169, Sheryl Ludemann 184. Individual high series: Jen Depasquale 578, Cindy Ellman 543, Sharon Palmer 556. Team high scratch: Becker’s Insurance 2,463.