For The Record
Pinehurst Golf Course
Brocton American Legion Post 434 Wednesday Evening Men’s League – Low gross: Pat Swanson 39, Gary Arnold 42, Scott Jagoda 43, Jared Ehmke 43, Nick Speziale 43. Low net: Tim Wagner 34, Dan Thompson 34, John Feiner 35, Pat Swanson 35, Mike Sheehan. Closest to the pin on par-3s: Jason Remington, Pat Swanson. Prize holes: Carter Stetson, Scott Jagoda. Total team points: Jon Esperson and George Petrella 14.5, Nick Speziale and Mike Sheehan 12.5, Adam Morello and Ryan Miller 12.5. Skin: Dave Willebrandt.
ParTee Girls – Low gross: Kathy Brown 51, Amy North 51, Lynn LaMattina 52, Jill Muck 54, Trudy Gollnitz 54. Low net: Trudy Gollnitz 34, Maryann Woleben 34, Lynn LaMattina 35, Brooke Sheesley 36. Closest to the black/white stake: Carolyn Rawlinson, Hole No. 3. Closest to the pin: Trudy Gollnitz, Hole No. 9 (third shot). Birdies: Kathy Brown, Hole No. 7; Elieen LaPorte, Hole No. 7.
Tuesday Night Men’s Golf League – Steve Wintersteen 30, John Crossley 36, Brad Kelly 37, Darren Mangine 37, Tom Gauronski 39, Kerry Murphy 39. Closest to the pin: Don Cornell, Hole No. 15. Low net: Steve Wintersteen 28. Skins: Darren Mangine, Hole No. 13 (birdie); Steve Wintersteen, Holes No. 14 (eagle) and 16 (birdie); Sean Fenton, Hole No. 17 (birdie).
League Minor Division
Dom Polski 2,
Moose Club 1
Nathan Pakulski knocked a game-winning double among his three hits for Dom Polski. Champ Texidor added three hits of his own while Gio Pagan and Ontario Endress knocked a pair of hits each.
Tyler Karin and Felix Rosario had two hits each for the Moose Club while John Rodriguez added a hit.
League Major Division
Lucky Lanes 12,
Kosciuszko Club 2
Felix Garcia struck out 11 batters in a one-hit performance on the mound and helped his own cause with two hits and a home run for Lucky Lanes. Jeffrey Jones impressed in the outfield in a victorious effort.
Richard Stressing knocked Kosciuszko’s lone hit.
Norm’s Towing 8, Bri-Mic 5
Justin Sager knocked two doubles and a single to lead?Norm’s Towing (7-1) while Travis Brennan, Matt Woleben and Hunter Haskins knocked two hits each.
Joey VillaFranca had two hits while Ryan Waterman knocked a double in defeat for Bri-Mic.
League Major Division
St. George 14, Brocton 0
Katie Price and Cassie Essek each knocked a single for St. George. Grace Mroczka’s fly-out double play helped Grace Pucciarelli earn the win in the circle.
Laura Johnson impressed offensively for Brocton while Kayla Hornburg and Elise Miller made great defensive stops.
Friends of Fredonia Wrestling Get-Together Party
Friends of Fredonia Wrestling will be holding a get-together party Saturday, June 15 at the Fredonia Beaver Club pavilion from 3 to 11 p.m. and is open to all fans, sponsors, former wrestlers and parents.
The cost is $5 per person or $10 per family to cover food, beverages and rental of pavilion. Snacks, hot dogs and beverages will be available throughout the day and night.
Guests are encouraged to come when they can and stay as long as they like. Scrapbooks and other mementos are welcome. To allow the group to pre-order food and beverages, contact Wayne Vollentine via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, message him on Facebook or call 864-245-1372. Guests can also contact LuAnn Saden at 716-672-7342.
Bemus Point 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament
The Bemus Point 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament will be held at Bemus Point Park on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 10 and Aug. 11, with music, competition and prizes.
Boys and girls age brackets are fifth and sixth grades, seventh and eighth grades, ninth and 10th grades and 11th and 12th grades. There are also divisions for Men’s Open A and B, age 35 and over, top men’s and a women’s open division. The cost is $80 per team.
Teams can pick up a registration forms at the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation, 418 Spring St.; The Post-Journal, 15 West Second St.; or The Jock Shop, 10 Harrison St., in Jamestown. All forms relating to the tournament can be downloaded at www.crcfonline.org or www.post-journal.com by following the Bemus Point 3-on-3 links.
The Chautauqua Region Community Foundation is celebrating its 35th anniversary. The Bemus Point 3-on-3 basketball tournament has been organized in honor of the anniversary and the foundation’s parallel promotion, “Caring and Giving – Make Good Things Happen.” All net proceeds benefit the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation.
There are several sponsorship opportunities available as well for this highly visible tournament for area businesses. For more information, call Bev Lubi at 661-3390 or Mike Bird at 487-1111, ext 201.
Self-defense program offered
The Family Martial Arts Center is hosting a free self-defense program so the community has the opportunity to learn techniques that will not only help them feel safer but allow them to be more confident in many life choices.
The program will run June 10-22 at 355 Central Ave. (use the LA Nails entrance), Fredonia. Registration will take place Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon.
Classes are as follows: Children ages 3-6 (Lil’ Ninjas) – Mondays and Thursdays 6-6:45 p.m.; Children ages 7-18 – Mondays 5:30-6:30 p.m., Wednesdays 6-6:50 p.m. and Saturdays 9:30-10:45 a.m.
All students will receive equal attention and will be taught the fundamentals of the martial arts.
In today’s world, we are experiencing a higher percentage of peer pressure, bullying and crime. This program is designed to help children be more prepared and aware to escape these situations. With the summer approaching children are looking for activities. This program is designed to keep children active and yet educated in a disciplined sport.
At the end of the program, interested children will be offered a promotional package which includes a rate discount and a free uniform. No families will be turned away due to financial situations.
For more information, call 672-6683 or stop by for a tour and register prior to your first session.