For The Record
Cassadaga Country Club Ladies League
The Wednesday Night Ladies League at Cassadaga Country Club will start Wednesday, April 24 with an optional scramble and league meeting to follow.
If there is inclement weather the organizational meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. All members are encouraged to attend the meeting.
Any questions contact a league officer or the golf course.
The Westfield Summer Basketball League will have two leagues: An A league, which will be a very competitive league, and a B league, which will be a more recreational league.
However, unlike last year, both leagues will be a register your own team league.
The league staff will have final say on which league a particular team enters and priority will be given to teams that have competed in the past.
Games will be played at Westfield Academy and Central School.
In order to play in the league everyone must have appropriate behavior both on the court and on school grounds, respect all of the property at the school and respect the officials and understand that they’re doing their best.
Violation of the above standards will result in removal from the league.
The entry fee is $40 for Westfield residents and $50 for all others.
It is highly recommended teams get sponsors so that it doesn’t cost each person as much to participate. All money goes to league officials to pay the staff that runs the league and also league awards.
To sign up a team, contact Andrew Webster either by phone (753-6842) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) by June 1.
1-Ball Wiffle Ball Tournament
to be held June 22
The 1 Ball Wiffle Ball Tournament for Testicular Cancer will be held Saturday, June 22 at Willis Hale Town Park in Frewsburg. Registration will be held at 8:30 a.m. and first pitch is set for 9:30 a.m.
The entry fee is $75 per team and proceeds benefit the Testicular Cancer Awareness Foundation. Each team is guaranteed three games.
All players must be 21 years of age or older and no team can have more than six players. A home run derby will take place while an award will be given out for best team uniform.
The event is limited to the first 24 teams to pre-register and sponsorship opportunities are also available.
To register your team or for more information, contact tournament director Ben Lindquist at (716) 499-8427, email him at email@example.com or follow the 1 Ball Wiffle Ball Tournament for Testicular Cancer page on Facebook.
Thursday Morning Open League
The Thursday Morning Open League at Hillview Golf Course will start Thursday, May 2, at 9 a.m. The league is open to anyone. For more information, call 679-5799.
The Monday Night Utility League at Hillview Golf Course will begin its season on Monday, April 22, with a practice at 4:30 followed by a tournament on Monday, April 29. The first league night will be Monday, May 6. Anyone with questions should call 679-5799.
Golf For Fun
The Women Who Golf For Fun at Hillview will hold opening day Wednesday, May 1, weather permitting.
Tee off is scheduled for 10 a.m.
The women are asked to keep open the date of the monthly luncheon to be held on May 22, after golf. A meeting will be held to discuss any problems. A location will be announced later.
New golfers are always welcomed.
For further information, please call Bobbi Deering 366-5805 or Dolores Dudek 366-3306.
Dunkirk Moose Thursday Night
The Dunkirk Moose Thursday Night Golf League will hold an organizational meeting today at 2:30 p.m. at the Dunkirk Moose Club.
All returning players and anyone wishing to join are welcome.
Call Rick Mazurek at 366-6835 with questions.
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 and the brunch is $7.
Senior golfers 60 years of age or older will be asked to register as a regular or as an alternate.
The Lakewood Rod & Gun Club is located at 433 Terrace Ave., Lakewood, N.Y.
For more information call Art Asquith, at 595-3185.
High School Baseball Showcase games
Chautauqua Lake Central School, with the assistance of the Chautauqua County Baseball Umpires? Association, will once again sponsor the High School Baseball Showcase on April 26-27 at Russell E. Diethrick Park in Jamestown.
This is the seventh year of the resurrection of the Baseball Showcase which was conceived in the 1980s and will feature 12 high school baseball teams from Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties in a schedule of six games over the two-day period.
The Showcase gives local high school players an opportunity to play in a professional baseball stadium.
The schedule for the Baseball Showcase is as follows:
Friday, April 26
4:30 – Westfield at Chautauqua Lake (League Game)
7:30 – Allegany Limestone at Southwestern (League Game)
Saturday, April 27
10 a.m. – Randolph vs. West Valley (Non-League Game)
1 p.m. – Panama vs. Brocton (Non-League Game)
4 p.m. – Pine Valley vs. Falconer (Non-League Game)
7 p.m. – Dunkirk vs. Maple Grove (Non-League Game)
A gate fee of $1 for students (K-12) and Senior Citizens, and $2 for adults will be charged to help Chautauqua Lake Baseball, to add to the Umpires? Association Baseball Scholarship Fund and to offset some of the costs of operating the Showcase.
Wing City Doubles – High game scratch: Benny Montague and Alex Haase 469. High series scratch: Ted Schwalbe and Bob Wojcinski 1,290. High game handicap: Matt Eaker and Kevin Rose 500. High series handicap: Matt Eaker and Kevin Rose 146. Other high scores: Ted Schwalbe 242-224-661, Jim Diakakis 223-226-643, Paul Nocek 233-215-640, Matt Eaker 227-211-637, Tom Battaglia 222-215-636, Mike Lucas 226-216-632, Ben Montague 221-235-631, Bob Wojcinski 223-214-629, Kevin Rose 235-626, Bill Thompson 213-212-200-625, Todd Langworthy 245, Alex Haase 234, Gary Haase 205.
Monday Night Mixed Couples League – High team game: Dom Polski 652. High team series: Dom Polski 1,815. High individual game (men): John Smith 243. High individual game (women): Cheryl Doner 183. High individual series (men): Smith 618. High individual series (women): Doner 520.
Other high scores: Mike Wise 219-555, Bob Paterson 212-545, John Taber 210-202-554, Diane Galarza 175, Doner 182, Del Jusko 174-169-473, Carol Wise 167-163, Mary Benner 160-164-483.
Wednesday 4-Man League – High team game: Seybold Farms 841. High team series: Seybold Farms 2,341.
Other high scores: Tom Battaglia 205-268-224-697, Steve Krystofiak 232-225-225-682, Joe Jagoda 221-235-202-658, Dan Struzynski 206-257, James Golubski 208-236-619, Ben Montague 215-602, Rick Crandall 201-231, Spencer Johnson 212-220, Josh Wilmot 215, Jerry Jesionowski 208-211, Keith Glowniak 210, Paul Nocek 206, Chad Cerrie 205.
Lou Nocek B II League – High team game: Professional Contractors 1,127. High team series: Professional Contractors 3,004.
Other high scores: Dan Struczynski 234-226-655, James Golubski 225-230-647, Alex Haase 201-247-633, Greg Haase 216-229-628, Jim Michaels 220-222-624, Joe Jagoda 299-200-623, Spencer Johnson 217-612, Tom Jagoda 249, Greg Wisniewski 226, Ron Taddio 223, Josh Wilmot 215, Dean Wright 215, Marcello Miceli 214, Allen Nagel 214, Tom Battaglia 213, Mike Lucas 218, Anthony Dimmer 209, Ben Montague 202-208, Lee Szalkowski 204-206, Aaron Weiskerger 206, Keith Glowniak 205-202, Ted Schwalbe 200.