For The Record
Thursday Night Men’s Golf League – Tom Gauronski 39, Mike Schwertfager 37, Fred Chamberlin 39, Ron Mason 39, Mike Lawhead 42, Bob Smith 42. Closest to the pin: Tom Gauronski (No. 15). Low net: Tom Gauronski 31. Skins: Fred Chamberlin (No. 11, birdie), Mike Lawhead (No. 13, birdie and No. 14, birdie) and Tom Gauronski (No. 17, birdie and No. 18, birdie).
Tuesday Night Men’s Golf League – Darren Mangine 36, Scott Smith 36, John Crossley 37, Tom Gauronski 37, Tim Bulger 38, Don Cornell 38, Jeff House 38, Ron Mason 38, Rick Roos 38, Steve Wintersteen 39, Pete Wintersteen 39. Low net: Jeff House 27. Closest to the pin: Pete Wintersteen (No. 6). Skins: Tim Bulger (No. 1, birdie), Mike Hoffman (No. 2, birdie), Scott Smith (No. 3, birdie).
Pinehurst ParTee Girls – Lori Foster fired the low gross 43 and net 30. Other low gross scores were shot by Carolyn Rawlinson and Amy North 45 and Jill Muck and Rosskamp 47. Trudy Gollnitz and Muck shot a net of 32, and Brenda Stebbins and North had 33. MaryBeth Pagano had the longest putt on No. 6, Muck shot longest drive on No. 1. Pat Thompson had a birdie on No. 4.
Brocton American Legion Post 434 Wednesday Evening Men’s League – High gross: Jared Ehmke 35, Gary Arnold 37, Dave Willebrandt 39, Pat Swanson 39, Scott Jagoda 40 and Nick Speziale 40. Low net: Ehmke 29, John Feiner 31, Jack Kujawa 31, Speziale 32, Arnold 32 and Roger Miller 32. Closest to the pin on the par 3’s: Andy Deakin and Ehmke. Longest putt: Dave Meadows (No. 2). Skins: Jay Beers (No. 2), Ehmke (No. 4) and Adam Morello (No. 5).
Most team points: Ehmke and Kris Kane 13.5, John Chabuel and Ralph Archer 13, Pat Swanson and Willebrandt 13, and Jon Esperson and George Petrella 13.
Women Who Golf For Fun – Highest score: Pat Kaus followed by Pat Daniels and Theresa Leone. Golfer of the week was Terry Bently.
Players are reminded that play time will continue to be at 10 a.m. Also, the monthly lunch is set for Wednesday, June 19 at 1 p.m., rain or shine.
Thursday Morning Open League – A Division: John Bongiovanni 40, Joe Piwowarski 41, Dan Allessi 41, Domenic Lamattina 43. B Division: Kyle Klemens 45, Jeff Wagner 45, Paul Olkowski 45, Rich Cieslewicz 46, Jim Ferrick 46. C Division: Bob Welch 48, Steve Galardo 48, Walt Koba 48, Jack Hood 49. D Division: Zeke Vallentine 53, Bob Patterson 54, Bob Adams 55, Pat Ambrose 56, Battles Battaglia 57. Skins – A Division: John Bongiovanni (No. 7), Joe Piwowarski (No. 1), Dan Alessi (No. 6), Pat Mackowiak (No. 8). B Division: Paul Olkowski (No. 3). C Division: Steve Galardo (Nos. 3 and 4), Jack Hood (No. 8), Dick Struzynski (No. 5). D Division: Bob Patterson (No. 6), Bob Adams (No. 5), Dan Barlette (No. 2). Closest to the pin: Walt Koba (No. 5). Deuces on No. 5: Dan Allessi, Kyle Klemens and Walt Koba. Top Points: Walt Koba 37, Paul Olokowski 28, Dan Allessi 16, Steve Galardo 14, Kyle Klemens 9, Dan Barlette 9, Bob Adams 9, John Bongiovanni 7, Joe Piwowarski 7 and Pat Mackowiak 7.
Tuesday Night Men’s League – Low scores: John Waterman 40, Carlos Troche 40, Butch Mackowiak 41, Jim Szalkowski 41, Brian Manning 41. Top point winners: A-flight: Manning 8.5, B-flight: Dennis Gawronski 6. C-flight: Pat Mackowiak 6, Joe Bifaro 6, D-flight: Dennis Straight 6. Closest to the pin: Jim Ellman (No. 5). A&B skins: Waterman (No. 2), Butch Mackowiak (No. 3), Ray Deland (No. 5), Hector Alverio (No. 6), Szalkowski (No. 8). C&D skins: Julio DeLeon (Nos. 1 and 6), Dave Miller (No. 5).
Ed Tofil earned his league-leading third tour victory of the season by posting the low round of 80 at Green Meadows Golf Course in North East, Pa. Gary Richardson shot the low front nine score with 38 while Tofil led the back nine with 40. Bob Thompson was the B Flight winner on a tiebreaker over Dave Criscione and Dave Mathews. Bryan McCarthy was the C Flight champion. Winner of the Commissioner’s Award was John Slaughter.
Untied birdies were recorded by: A Flight: Richardson (No. 2), Dick Maggio (No. 3), Tofil (Nos. 15 and 18) and Carlos Troche (No. 16); B Flight: Thompson (Nos. 2 and 17), Pete Gawron (Nos. 6 and 15), Criscione (Nos. 9 and 16), Mathews (No. 11), Doug Keith (Nos. 12 and 13) and Dave Franklin (No. 18); C Flight-Doug Grace (No. 4), Frank Benamati (No. 6), Lee Titus (No. 7), McCarthy (No. 9), John Waterman (No. 13) and Jim Hofer (No. 14).
Closest to the pin: Thompson (No. 3), Wayne Ormsby (No. 7), Keith (No. 13) and Criscione (No. 16). Top point winners were Criscione (53), Thompson (33) and Maggio and Troche (29 each). Season points leaders: 1) Keith (101), 2) Tofil and Thompson (69 each), 4) Richardson and Waterman (56 each), 6) Mathews (55), 7) Criscione (53), 8) Paul Olkowski (51), 9) Ken Kaus (50), 10) Keith Medley (48).
Wednesday Morning Ladies Purple Posse League – The Purple Posse League game was pull the tees. First place went to Audrey Parker, second place Linda DeJoe and third place Jeanne Pagano. The greenback prize went to Viki Clark.
The League is scheduled to play on Wednesday, June 5, meeting at 9:30 a.m., teeing off at 10 a.m. All skill levels are welcomed and may join any time.
The game of the week will be any which way you can.
Chautauqua Golf Point
Wednesday Morning Senior League – Shamble Event: The winning team was Conrad Howard, Bill Barber, Ralph Rudy and Jerry Nichols. Second place went to Mitch Dudley, Bob Kester, Mel Baldwin and Scott Dearing. Third place went to Rod Ranney, Steve Elliott, Bob Bonar and Rich Ressler. Fourth place went to Stu Williams, Mike Mitchell, Gary Saunders and Paul Motrynczuk.
Anyone interested in playing or subbing should call the Pro Shop at 753-7271 for information.
Gowanda Men’s Softball tourney
set for June 8
The 18th Annual Gowanda Men’s Slow Pitch double elimination tournament and home run derby will be held on Saturday, June 8 beginning at 11 a.m.
The entry fee is $75 per team. Call Mark Benton at 532-4053 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Chautauqua Lake Football Camp
The Seventh Annual Fundamental Football Camp has been scheduled for July 15-17 at the Chautauqua Lake Central School football facility.
The camp is open to all area football players entering grades 3 through 8 and runs from 8:30 a.m to noon daily. The camp will feature non-contact technique training designed to improve an athletes beginning, intermediate or advanced skill level.
Campers will receive position instruction, speed and agility training and offensive/defensive team work. An emphasis will be placed on sportsmanship and teamwork.
Camp tuition is $95 for the week and scholarships are available for anyone with financial need. There is limited space available so please pre-register by sending an email to email@example.com or call Joshua Liddell the Camp Coordinator at 640-3580. Include campers name, age, school district and phone number.
Friends of Fredonia Wrestling will be holding a get-together party Saturday, June 15 at the Fredonia Beaver Club pavilion from 3-11 p.m. The cost is $5 per person or $10 for family to cover costs of food and beverages and rental of pavilion.
Snacks, hot dogs and beverages will be available throughout the day and evening. It is encouraged to bring scrapbooks and other mementos. To reserve a spot, contact Wayne Vollentine at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Facebook or 864-245-1372, or LuAnn Saden at 672-7342.
Fredonia Major softball
St. George 20,
For St. George, top hitters were Katie Price (two singles) and Grace Pucciarelli. On defense, Morgan Cotton and Cierra Smith played well.
Winning pitchers were Grace Pucciarelli and Cailin Holt.
American Legion 12 Moose Club 0
Derrick Walters pitched a no-hitter and tallied two triples and a single to lead the American Legion to victory.
Alec Schrader had a triple and single with two RBIs while Mike Hobson hit a double scoring a pair of RBI’s as well. Tyler Cain (double), Haeden Walters (single, HBP) and Gabe Schrader (two singles) rounded out the Legion offense.
Pitching duties for Moose were shared by Brayden Myers and Nathan Shuart. Tyler Winchell, AJ Schrantz and Matt Tinstman were the defensive standouts for Moose.
Carriage House vs. Lakeshore Orthopedics
For Carriage House, Derik Rose and Madison Hall were the heavy hitters on offense while Drevin Draggett lead the team on defense.
For Lakeshore Orthopedics, Ben Fiet and Lauren Marsh were MVPs on offense, and Cayden Sedota was the team defensive standout.
Dunkirk Police 11, Falcon Cub 8
Nick Marscowicz had three hits including a pair of triples while Sabien Smith also added three hits with a double for the winners. Michael Norton chipped in with two hits (double).
Jeremiah Ruiz had a pair of hits for the Falcons.
Dippin Dots Spring House League Division 6
Team 604 3, Team 605 5
Nick Walter led team 604 with two goals and one assist. Tori Fanton had one goal and one assist, and Jayden McCormick chipped in with an assist.
Andrea Colan was between the pipes for the loss.
Team 604 10,
Team 603 4
Nick Walter led team 604 with four goals and one assist. Michael Szalkowski had two goals and one assist, Matt Johnson and Justin Price each had a goal and an assist and Alex Brown chipped in with two assists.
Andrea Colan was between the pipes for the win.