For the Record

Today’s High?School?Sports Schedule

Friday, April 19

Boys Lacrosse

Lewiston-Porter at Silver Creek


Dunkirk at ALCS

Fredonia at Gowanda

CVCS at Salamanca

Sherman at Brocton

Ellicottville at North Collins

Clymer at Ripley


Sherman at Brocton

Ellicottville at North Collins

Silver Creek Tournament

Dunkirk at ALCS

Clymer at Ripley

Boys Golf


Fredonia at Southwestern

Girls Golf

Fredonia at Southwestern

Boys Tennis

Dunkirk at Olean


Southwestern at Fredonia

Area Golf

Cassadaga Country Club

Tuesday Night Men’s League (April 16) – Brenton Wilcox 33, Sean Egan 34, John Crossley 37, Dan House 37, Don Cornell 38, Dick Frost 38, Rick Roos 38, Tim Bulger 39, Tim Lerow 39, Rod Lind 39, Tom Gauronski 39. Closest to the pin: Scott Smith, Hole No. 6. Low net: Tim Lerow 26. Skins: Sean Egan (Hole No. 2, birdie), Brenton Wilcox (Hole No. 4, birdie), John Crossley (Hole No. 6, birdie).

Area Bowling

Lucky Lanes

Wednesday 4-Man (April 17) – High team game: Professional Contractors 956. High team series: Professional Contractors 2,607. Other high scores: Dan Struzynski 234-278-259-771, Joe Jagoda 231-253-674, Mike Lucas 208-201-234-643, Matt Miceli 246-622, Josh Wilmot 257-619, Spencer Johnson 223-211-607, Rick Crandall 246, Tom Battaglia 217, Steve Krystofiak 214, Alex Haase 213-204, Kevin Rose 212, Howie Burgess 202-211, Paul Nocek 201-208, Keith Glowniak 206-206, Tom Jagoda 201-203, Jerry Jesionowski 203, James Golubski 203, Chad Cerrie 201.

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Lou Nocek BII (April 15) – High team game: Bowlers Corner 1,066. High team series: Rookies 3,021. Other high scores: Dan Struzynski 258-234-685, Tom Battaglia 222-210-247-679, Bill Lanski Jr. 258-216-672, Alex Haase 223-204-207-637, Paul Nocek 235-213-636, Ben Montague 214-213-209-636, Rick Crandall 202-207-224-633, Joe Jagoda 204-221-203-628, Tom Jagoda 258-204-621, Mike Lucas 201-214-202-617, Scott Jagoda 212-228-611, Allen Nagel 236-602, Spencer Johnson 255, Howie Burgess 225, Greg Wisniewski 224, Gary Haase 224, Greg Haase 216, James Golubski 216, Anthony Dimmer 210-213, Jack Reading 210, Ron Taddio 209, Lee Szalkowski 207, Ted Schwalbe 203, Roger Pacos 200.


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 pm Westfield at Chautauqua Lake League

7:30 pm Allegany Limestone at Southwestern – League

Saturday, April 27

10 a.m. Randolph vs. West Valley Non-League

1 p.m. Panama vs. Brocton Non-League

4 p.m. Ripley vs. Pine Valley – Non League

7 p.m. Falconer vs. Maple Grove Non League

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.

9th Annual Hunt of a Lifetime Shootout

NSCOPBA and the friends of Allen Wojtkowiak have announced the 9th Annual Shootout to Benefit Hunt of a Lifetime, which helps make dreams come true for children and young adults with life-threatening illnesses.

The event will take place Saturday, May 11 at the Westfield Fish and Game Club.

Shooters will participate in trap, skeet and 5-stand sporting clays. Juniors (10-14) with shoot trap and youths (10-under) will participate in the BB gun shoot. There will be trophies given for top shooters in open, ladies, seniors and juniors. Shooting begins at 9 a.m.

There will be a roast beef dinner from 12-4 and prize raffles throughout the day. The final prize auction will begin at 4 p.m.

The event costs $20 for shooters and $10 for dinner only. Kids 14 and under eat free.

For more information, or to donate to the event, contact Mike Nasal at 998-9720.