Tuesday, April 16
Gowanda at Eden
Forestville at Maple Grove
CLCS at Clymer
Olean at Dunkirk
Forestville at Maple Grove
CLCS at Clymer
Williamsville South at Lake Shore
Fredonia at Jamestown
Olean at Dunkirk
Silver Creek at Maple Grove
Falconer at Dunkirk
Westfield at Fredonia
Track & Field
Dunkirk, Panama at Clymer
Clymer, Forestville, Portville at West Valley
Westfield at Salamanca
Southwestern at Silver Creek
Cassadaga Valley, Falconer at Maple Grove
CLCS at Randolph
Julie Arnold Named
SUNYAC Player of the Week
After leading The College at Brockport softball team to three conference victories over the weekend junior catcher Julie Arnold (Fredonia/Fredonia) has been named the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Softball Player of the Week.
Arnold batted .600 (6-10) in four SUNYAC games over the weekend, leading the Golden Eagles to a 3-1 record. Brockport swept previously undefeated and first-place New Paltz by scores of 3-2 and 4-0 on Saturday. The Golden Eagles took down Oneonta on Sunday 10-4 before falling to the Red Dragons 5-4 in game two.
In game one against the Hawks, Arnold went 1 for 3 and made a solid contribution behind the plate. The junior caught nine strikeouts from Jaime Berger and also threw out a base runner. In game two, Arnold went 1 for 2 with a run scored.
On Sunday, Arnold scored twice after going 3 for 4 at the plate, including a third-inning double to right centerfield. The junior went 1 for 1 in game two with one run and one RBI and two walks. Arnold also stole her second base of the year.
Arnold has now hit safely in seven of the last eight games and is tied for the team lead with a .378 batting average.
Crouse 5K Challenge
The 14th Annual Crouse 5K Challenge in Gowanda is scheduled for Saturday, May 11. The 5K will begin at 6:30 p.m. while the 1/2 mile fun run will begin at 7:30 p.m. The Tot Sprint will begin at 7:15 p.m.
Proceeds will be used for the Gowanda Central School Dennis Crouse, Sr. Scholarship Fund & the Blue by U …Youth Track Club.
Dunkirk Men’s Fast-Pitch softball meets Wednesday
Dunkirk Men’s Fast-Pitch softball will hold a meeting at the 1st Ward Falcons on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
Managers and interested players should attend the meeting, which will include a discussion of league rules, fees and a potential start date to the season.
For more information, contact Tim Wdowiasz at 679-6797.
The Northern Chautauqua County Youth Hockey Association (NCCYHA) will hold travel tryouts for the 2013-2014 season on April 21, at the Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena.
Bantam Travel Tryout will be at 5 p.m., Pee Wee Travel will be held at 7:15 p.m. A tryout fee of $15 will be charged at the door.
Non-NCCYHA players must submit a signed release and birth certificate.
All players are encouraged to wear a numbered jersey for the tryout. Players that cannot attend the tryout must contact Kevin Persch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Travel registration forms can be found on the association’s website www.nccyha.com.
Signed forms must be submitted at the tryout.
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.
Gowanda APA League
Standings as of April 14 – 8-Ball Assassins, Ronnie’s Crazy 8’s, Da Wicked Skibbies, Legion Machines, Jamestown St. Marauders and Jamestown Tavern. Top Gun: Darrel Stuck is first in the Purple Tier. Mike Harris and Derrick Stevens are tied for first in the Red Tier. Richard Vosburgh is first in the Yellow Tier. Tony Baez is first in the Blue Tier.
For more information, contact David Covert Division Rep at 698-2291.
Youth Trap League
Eastern Conference Youth Trap League match results
Franklinville 177, Portville 174
Randolph 177, Pine Valley 97
Bolivar/Richburg 168, Ellicottville unreported
Franklinville: Dominic Zuppelli 22, Dennis Schyler 22, Aaron Rozeski 23, Adam Rix 24, Noah Pfeiffer 21, Ricky Love 23, Billy Kottwitz 21, Trent Dingman 21.
Pine Valley: Derek Rumsey 22, Derrick Becker 19, Billy Fleming 11, Amber Steward 10, Hailey Swanson 10, Brianna Lanphere 8, Brittany Dean 9, Bradley Lanphere 7.
Randolph: Josh Fyvie 23, Cody Hubbard 23, Matthew Lenehan 23, Kaleb O’Neill 23, Kylee Gower 22, Kayla Nefedov 22, Curt Spontaneo 21, Ben Clinger 20.
Bolivar/Richburg: Alex Roberts 23, Brandon Ryan 23, Jarrod Wigent 23, Tate Joseph 22, Justin Best 22, Wayne Hulin 19, Lauren Elliott 18, Briana Collins 18.
Portville: Colin Kloc 23, Andy Shick 23, Michael Donnelly 22, David Hlasnick 22, Austen Sallazzo 22, Dominick Puccinelli 21, Grant Milne 21, Colin Evans 20.
Corrections to be noted; in March 12 matches, Randolph scored a 168, not 144 as reported. Bolivar/Richburg tied Portville in opening week competition at 165.
April 9th also kicked off season competition for the Western Conference Youth Trap League.
Southwestern 163; Dylan Hartman 23, Nick Mest 22, Brian Westerdahl 21, Brandon Allen 21, Jacob Hinsdale 19, Tyler Chase 19, Ben Paddock 19, James Hilton 19.
Sherman 152; Kyle Rhebergen 22, Adam Linger 21, Madelyn Troutner 20, Nathan Ottaway 19, Roberta Starceski 19, Jarrett Bates 17, Hewitt Meeder 17, Hunter Wynn 17.
Frewsburg 164; Robbie Lingenfelter 22, Tage Akin 21, Dennis Whippo 21, Erin Estus 21, Patrick Jermain 20, Brodie Davis 20, Austin Lynn 20, Reese Canon 19.
Cassadaga 164; Joshua Atwell 23, Charles Fanara 23, Alan Harding 22, Dalton Becker 22, Maranda Perez 19, Kayla Anderson 19, Cameron Brainard 18, Alex Crossley 18.
Clymer 136; Tyler Babcock 20, Murphy Mulkern 20, Joshua Van Earden 19, Dani Yotpolus 17, Brandon Vogel 17, Cole Holthouse 17, Dan Gustafson 16, Dalton Holthouse 10.
Panama 157; Nick Canon 24, Jacob Finnerty 23, John Mayr 21, Greg McChesney 20, Kayla Miles 18, Morgan Miles 18, Stephen Enlow 17, Kelsey Johnson 16.
Maple Grove 106; Chris Jones 21, Justin Whalen 18, Ryan Hall 17, Shane Kesby 17, Andre Delcalzo 10, Jim France 3, 2 Dead Man scores of 10.