For The Record
Today’s High School
Thursday, May 9
Brocton at Clymer
Panama at Pine Valley
Brocton at Clymer
Panama at Pine Valley
Fredonia, Southwestern at Jamestown
Falconer at Panama
Fredonia Wright League
American Legion 1, Pucci’s 0
Derrick Walters pitched a one hitter and struck out 15 for the Legion while Alec Schrader led the team offensively with a pair of hits and the lone run scored. Walters helped his cause with a hit as well.
Pucci’s only hit came off the bat off Anthony Gullo. Trey Swartz took the loss on the mound, fanning 12 Legion batters.
Hillview Golf Course
Monday Night Utility League – Low scores: Alex Deering 42, Mike Willoughby 43, Lenny Truby Jr. 43, Lee Szalkowski 45, Ron Marsh 46, Joe Majhut 46.
Closest to the pin: Bill Szczerbacki (No. 5). Skins: A Division – Mike Willoughby (No. 1), Joe Majhut (No. 2), Matt Hutchinson (No. 5), Alex Deering (No. 7), Keith Mdeley (No. 9). B Division – Bob Spera (No. 2), Dwayne Gilbert (No. 3), Jess Marrino (No. 4), Ken Morrison (No. 8).
Thursday Morning Open League – A Division: Joe Piwowarski 42, Pat Mackowiak 43, Dan Allessi 43. B Division: Bob Welch 46, Kyle Klemens 46, Jim Klemens 46. C Division: John Binkowitz 49, Dave Taber 49, Dick Stucynski 50, Domenic Lamatina 50. Closest to the pin: Jim Klemens (No. 5). Skins: A Division – Allessi (No. 4). B Division – Welch (No. 4), Kyle Klemens (Nos. 5 & 9), Jim Klemens (No. 1). C Division – Binkowitz (No. 4), Tabe (No. 5), Stuczynski (Nos. 3 & 9).
Top points winners: Allessi 30, Jim Klemens 27, Stuczynski 18, Kyle Klemens 14, Taber 9, Binkowitz 9, Steve Galardo 7, Welch 7.
Tuesday Night Men’s League – Low scores: Jim Szalkowski 39, Butch Mackowiak 41, Ken Kaus 41. Top point winners: A Flight – Szalkowski 7.5. B Flight – Mike Willoughby 6, John Waterman 6, Bob Roessler 6. C Flight – Pat Mackowiak 8. D Flight – Jaimie Ruiz 8. Closest to the pin: Willoughby (No. 5). Flight A & B skins: Carlos Troche (No. 7), Hector Alverio (No.9). Flight C & D skins: Angelo Leone (No. 7), Pat Mackowiak (No. 8).
The Women Who Golf For Fun – Pat Kaus took first place while Linda Hodorowicz and Sandy Gloss tied for second. Carole Hudson finished third. A signup sheet is posted in the club house for the monthly luncheon to be held on May 27 at the White Village.
The women will golf again next Wednesday and will tee-off at 10 a.m.
Past members and new members are always welcome. For further information, call Bobbi Deering at 366-5805 or Dolores Dudek at 366-3306.
Vineyards Golf Course
Wednesday Morning Purple Posse League – The Purple Posse started its season with a scramble recently. The first-place team was Marcia Casella, Jeanne Pagano, Linda DeJoe and Barb VanDette. Second place went to Viki Clark, Audrey Parker and Grace Miller while third place went to Lynda Mosher, Nance Ortolano and Paulette Barreca. The greenback prize went to Pagano.
The league is schedule to play on Wednesday, May 15 and will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tee-off is set for 10. All skill levels are welcome and participants can join at any time. The game of the week will be even, odd and hole.
Cassadaga Country Club
Tuesday Night Men’s Golf League – Low scores: Rod Lin 35, Sean Fenton 36, Don House 37, Steve Wintersteen 37, Mike Hoffman 37, Tim Bulger 38, John Crossley 38, Tom Gauronski 38, Tim Lerow 38. Closest to the pin: Crossley (No. 15). Skins: Lind (No. 10, birdie), Crossley (No. 11, birdie), Hoffman (No. 13, eagle), Bulger (No. 14, birdie), Lerow (No. 16, birdie), Fenton (No. 17, birdie), House (No. 18, eagle).
Pinehurst Golf Course
ParTee Girls – The low gross of 50 was shot by Kathy Brown, and she was followed by Lynn LaMattina (51), Margie Coran (53) and Kathy Machemer (53). Machemer also had the low net of 31. Diane Enser shot a 32, and LaMattina and Cindy Kolpein each carded a 34.
The longest putt on No. 3 went to Brenda Stebbins. Closest to the 150-yard marker on No. 9 was Enser, who also scored a birdie on No. 7.
Sports Rap will air tonight from 7-8:30 p.m. on Access Channel 5 in Fredonia and Channel 12 in?Dunkirk.
Ed Eaker will be joined by Rich Catalano, Bob Patterson and Jim Bunge.