For The Record

Today’s H.S. Sports Schedule

Saturday, May 11

Boys Lacrosse

Niagara-Wheatfield at Silver Creek

Baseball

PVCS at Franklinville

North Collins at Gowanda

Softball

PVCS at Franklinville

North Collins at Gowanda

Youth Baseball

Fredonia T-Ball

Dan’s Moving vs.

Fredonia Animal Hospital

Brooke Lincoln and Brennan Lincoln led the way at the plate for the Movers, with Jayden North and Mia Sasso excelling in the field.

For Animal Hospital, Joe Askar, Danielle Palisin and Ashton Putney were the big hitters, with Andrew Cowan and Matt Cowan flashing the leather.

Fredonia Wright League

Pucci’s Carpets 7, DFT 5

Pucci’s first victory of the year was led by the combined pitching of Nico Pucci and Anthony Gullo, who held DFT to three hits and combined to strike out eight.

At the plate, the Carpet Men were led by Pucci, Trey Swartz and Joey Gullo who pounded out hits.

DFT was led at the dish by Brendon Plaister who scored twice and had a single, and Jamieson Horch who knocked two hits.

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Pucci’s Carpet 15, Firemen 7

Anthony Gullo pounded out three hits while Trey Swartz and Jarrett Maslak each contributed a double and a single to lead the offense for Pucci’s.

Joe Gullo and Dominic Gullo each belted out a triple and Alex Christy a double in the onslaught. Nick Frazier collected his first career Wright league hit in the win.

Anthony Gullo, Maslak and Dominic Gullo combined to pitch Pucci’s to the win.

Firemen were led at the plate by Lucas Green who hit a triple and Aaron Pacos and Diego Rey who belted out singles.

Adult Golf

Wednesday Travel League

Dave Mathews won for the second straight week, shooting the low round of 81 at Jackson Valley Golf Club in Warren, Pa. Mathews, Al Etzel, Butch Mackowiak, Gary Richardson and Bob Thompson all shot the low front nine score of 41. Mathews, Bill Merryweather and Joe Michalski all shot the low back nine score of 40. Adam Gorniekiewicz won the B Flight on a tiebreaker over Doug Keith. Gary Hazelton was the C Flight champion. Winner of the Commissioner’s Award was Lee Titus.

Untied birdies were recorded by: A Flight: Mathews (No. 3), Merryweather (Nos. 8 and 16), Etzel (No. 9) and Richardson (No. 10); B Flight: Jack Griswold (No. 1), Keith Medley (Nos. 3, 12 and 18), Dan Kaszuba (No. 7), Jeff Marsowicz (No. 10), Doug Keith (No. 13) and Doug Grace (No. 17); C Flight: Ken Kaus (No. 1), Hazelton (No. 2), Dave Franklin (No. 10), Titus (No. 11) and Pat Weaver (No.18).

Closest to the pin were Richardson (No. 2), Hazelton (No. 6), Grace (No. 8), Medley (No. 12) and Merryweather (No. 15). Top point winners were Medley (44), Merryweather (43) and Richardson (21). Season points leaders: 1) Doug Keith (57), 2) Paul Olkowski (51), 3) Medley (48), 4) Mathews, Richardson and Ed Tofil (46 each).

Next week the league plays Maplehurst Country Club in Lakewood. Tee-off is at 10 a.m. Golfers need to sign up with Butch Mackowiak at 679-4027 by Monday.

Gowanda Country Club

Ladies League – Low gross: Priscilla Graupman 46, Lynn Gotsch 48, Kim Gier 48, Joyce Bigelow 49. Low net: Tina Fracella 34, Dawn Zopp 37, Trudy Jackson 39, Sue Martin 39, Jan Parker 39.

Hole-In-One

Pinehurst Golf Club

On Thursday, May 2, in the Merchant League at Pinehurst Golf Club, Dick Maggio had a hole-in-one on No. 4. The hole is 152-yards and Maggio used a 7-wood. This was his third hole-in-one of his career. The shot was witnessed by Mike Manzella, Jared Ehmke and Nolan Swanson.

Announcements

Van Miller Hometown Hero Scholarship Golf Tournament

On Friday, June 14, the Van Miller Hometown Hero Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament presented by Lake Shore Savings Bank will once again be held at Shorewood Country Club in Dunkirk.

The fifth annual golf tournament funds a scholarship for two outstanding Dunkirk High School seniors.

The honorary emcee for this year’s event will be former Buffalo Bills player Mark Kelso.

Kelso played his entire eight-year career from 1986-1993 with the Bills and appeared in their four consecutive Super Bowl bids. He currently is a radio broadcaster for Buffalo Bills’ games on WGR 550.

There are many opportunities to support this event.

For more information, including sponsorship information, contact Lake Shore Savings Bank’s Wendy Harrington at 366-4070 ext. 1260 or wendy.harrington@lakeshoresavings.com.

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 1ballwiffletour@hotmail.com or follow the 1 Ball Wiffle Ball Tournament for Testicular Cancer page on Facebook.

Brocton-Portland Midget Football Cheerleading Practice and Registration

Practice and registration for the Brocton-Portland Midget Football team will take place on May 13, from 6-7:30 p.m., in the Brocton elementary gym. Practice will be for anyone who is interested in cheering for the 2013 season.

All participants must be nine years old before Dec. 1, 2013, and not 14 before Aug. 1.

There will be a meeting for parents interested in registering their children for football or cheerleading on May 17, from 6-7:30 p.m., in the BCS auditorium.