For The Record
Fredonia T Ball
Carriage House vs.
Lake Shore Savings
For Carriage House, Ava Zahm and Jude Murphy were offensive leaders while Serenity Palmer lead the team on defense.
For Lake Shore Savings, Dominic Riddle and Oliver Gier were defensive standouts while Braiden Truby was the MVP on offense.
Fredonia Wright League
American Legion 21, Fireman 1
Alec Schrader set the tone for the American Legion striking out seven while Tyler Rosen came in to shut the door in the fifth inning with two strikeouts.
Offensively, the Legion tallied 18 hits and was lead by Tyler Cain, Mike Dispense and Schrader who each hit a double and combined for nine RBIs.
Ricky Kicak, Jacob Skinner and Derrick Walters each recorded three hits to propel the Legion past the Firemen.
Deigo Rey and Lucas Green had the only two hits of the game for the Firemen. Green, Brandon Wallace and Jacob Patterson shared pitching duties.
Hanover Little League
Exelco/Newbrook 10, Tim Horton’s 8
Hayden Perryman had three hits and as many RBIs while Derek Roehner doubled and tripled. Nik Lelonik had two hits, including a double for Tim Horton’s.
Exelco/Newbrook 12, SCFD 10
Donald Gula lead the winners offensively with two doubles among his three hits and five RBIs. Derek Roehner counted a double among his three hits.
DeMarie lead SCFD with three hits.
Exelco/Newbrook 8, Steve’s 0
Perryman, Romanik and Roehner combined on a two-hit shutout to lead Exelco/Newbrook to the win. Perryman and Roehner also chipped in offensively with two hits each.
Exelco/Newbrook 16, Tim Horton’s 5
Stephen Romanik had four hits and two triples to lead Exelco/Newbrook.
Hayden Perryman added three hits. Derek Roehner struck out 11 in a one-hit performance.
Ladies Wednesday Night League – Low scores: Connie Dugas 45, Michelle Helmer 45, Kay Pagano 46, Julie Fenton 46, Judy Dale 46, Linnea Nichols 47 and Sue Grace 49. Low Best Ball: Laura Wintersteen and Stacy Wintersteen 28, Pat Cessna and Judy Dale 29, Michelle Helmer and Donna Frost 30, Nancy Mangine and Linda Roos 31, Sue Grace and Connie Dugas 31, DeDe DuBois and Mary Kelley 31, Linnea Nichols and Barb Swan 32, Kim Murphy and Nancy Phillips 32.
Ladies Wednesday Night League – Low scores: Julie Fenton 42, Judy Mowery 45, Cindy Chimera 46, Judy Wallin 47, Linnea Nichols 48, Linda Roos 48, Kathy Bradshaw 48, Jodi Hoffman 49, Connie Dugas 49. Low Best Ball: Jodi Hoffman and Melissa Kelly 25, Judy Wallin and Dianne Cornell 26, Annita Luce and Cindy Chimera 29, Linnea Nichols and Barb Swan 30, Jeanne Stewart and Pam Crandall 30, Kathy Bradshaw and Donna Frost 30, Julie Fenton and Danielle Conroe 31, Lisa Willebrant and Amber Kelley 31, Linda Roos and Nancy Mangine 32, Pam Ulrich and Kay Pagano 32, Bev Cross and Deb McCown 32. Closest to the Pin: Sue Grace.
Dave Mathews shot the low round of 79 at Chautauqua Golf Club’s Hill Course. Mathews and Gary Richardson each shot 40 for the low front nine score while Mathews led the back nine with 39. Butch Mackowiak won the B Flight on a tiebreaker over Carlos Troche. Ken Kaus won the C Flight on a tiebreaker over Doug Grace and John Waterman. Jim Hofer won the D Flight. Winner of the Commissioner’s Award was Dan Kaszuba.
Untied birdies were recorded by: A Flight: Joe Michalski (No. 2), Richardson (No. 7), Ed Tofil (No. 11), Bob Thompson (No. 12) and Pete Gawron (No. 13); B Flight: Bryan McCarthy (No. 1), Troche (Nos. 3, 5 and 8), Bill Merryweather (Nos. 9 and 10), Jeff Kubera (Nos. 12 and 18) and Pat Weaver (No. 14); C Flight: Doug Keith (No. 3), Dave Miller (Nos. 6 and 13) and Grace (No. 12); D Flight: Gary Haase (Nos. 1 and 13), John Bongiovanni (Nos. 15 and 18) and Joe Bifaro (No. 17).
Closest to the pin were Troche (No. 2), Dave Franklin (Nos. 7 and 13) and Mick Dunning (No. 15). Top point winners were Franklin, Gawron, Michalski and Troche all with 33 points. Season points leaders: 1) Keith (106), 2) Michalski (102), 3) Dunning (101), 4) Franklin (98), 5) Richardson (90).
Next week the league travels to Beechwood Golf Course in Fairview, Pa. Tee-off is at 9:30 a.m. Golfers should sign up with Butch Mackowiak (679-4027) by Monday.
Vineyards Golf Course
Tuesday Night Men’s League – Low gross: Joey Conti 35, Luke Johnson 37, Ross Conti 38, Stephen Raghunath 39. Low net: Pete Criscione 28, Luke Johnson 29, Bob Wahl 30. Closest to the Pin: Luke Johnson (No. 9). Skins: Stephen Raghunath (No. 1, scratch/handicap), Neil McKnight (No. 2, handicap), Bob Wahl (No. 6, handicap), Rick Ludemann (No. 7, handicap), Pete Criscione (No. 8, handicap).
Dunkirk Fast pitch
Larry’s Cantina 7, Monnies 3
Joe Conti struck out eight batters and walked one to lead Larry’s to an opening game victory over the Monnies.
Jeff Potter and Brian Kinney each drove in a pair of runs, while Nick Luther and Alex Nusom each collected a pair of hits.
For the Monnies, Mark Zinni and Joe Polichetti had two hits each. Mike Privatera took the loss for the Monnies.
Dippin Dots Spring House League
Team 604 4, Team 601 3
Nick Walter led team 604 with two goals. Joshua Crane and Alex Brown each contributed with one goal while Justin Price and Matt Johnson each chipped in with an assist.
Andrea Colan was between the pipes for the victory.
1st Annual Erie 2 BOCES School Wellness Committee Golf Tournament
The first annual Erie 2 BOCES School Wellness Committee Golf Tournament will be held on June 25 at Tri-County Country Club. Anyone interested is asked to pre-register by the extended date of June 14.
The cost is $75 per golfer, or $300 per foursome. Hole sponsorships are available for $100.
The tournament, which will use a scramble format with a shotgun start at noon, will include 18 holes of golf, lunch at the turn and dinner after the tournament. There will be a cash bar available.
Prizes will be awarded to the winning team, as well as for longest drives closest to the pin on Par 3’s. There will also be a Chinese auction and a 50/50 raffle.
To register, contact Bob Spino at 574-9019, or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.