For the Record
McDonald’s Senior Golf Tour
Chautauqua Golf Course (Lake, June 3) – A Flight: Bob Wood +6, Carl Malta +4, Tom Short +3. Gross: Bob Wood 79. B Flight: Don Hustead 0, Ken Aldrich -1, Merle Elkin -1. Gross: Ken Aldrich 89, Don Hustead 89. C Flight: Jerry Adams +4, Dennis Richards +2, Larry Spencer 0. Gross: Dennis Richards 91. D Flight: Dene Lindquist +7, Tom O’Brien +3, Bob Kaus +1. Gross: Dene Lindquist 93. E Flight: Duey Anderson +5, Dave Nichols +3, Gary Simon 0. Gross: Gary Simon 101. F Flight: Dick Ingraham +3, Tom Harte +3, Don Garfield +1. Gross: Dick Ingraham 101. Closest to the pin: Wayne Schuver, Hole No. 4(Free Pizza – Lakeview Restaurant, Mayville); Carl Malta, Hole No. 4 (Free Pizza – Lakeview Restaurant, Mayville); Pat Hepinger, Hole No. 6 (Free Fish Dinner – Gametime Lounge, Jamestown Bowling Company); Brian Echwahl, Hole No. 18 (Free Pizza – Lakeview Restaurant, Mayville); Randy Carlson, Hole No. 12 (Free Fish Dinner – Gametime Lounge, Jamestown Bowling Company); Phil Holland, Hole No. 15 (Free Pizza – Lakeview Restaurant, Mayville. Next match: Breezewood Golf Club, June 17 at 9 a.m.
Fredonia Little League
Youth Council 10, Moose 9
Owen Nicosia collected a win on the mound while Michael Barnes saved the victory for Youth Council, allowing only one hit each.
At the plate for Youth Council, Devon Wiedenhofer led the way with three hits while Barnes and Charlie Gilbert added a pair each. Nicosia, Zack Dawley, Karim Levins and Trace Mackenzie contributed one hit each.
Moose hits came from Tyler Winchell with a double and Nate Shuart a single.
Pitching duties were shared by Brayden Myers, A.J. Schrantz and Tyler Putney.
Tied at 9-9 in the bottom of the sixth, Nicosia reached base on a walk, Wiedenhofer and Mackenzie were hit by pitches back to back and Nicosia scored on a passed ball to end the game.
Pucci’s Carpets 8, Firemen 4
Nico Pucci and Anthony Gullo combined to throw a no-hitter and strike out 11 batters in the victory for Pucci’s Carpets.
Trey Swartz continued his torrid hitting streak and went 3 for 3 with a towering home run over the left field fence. Alex Christy had two doubles and Pucci two singles in the victory. Anthony Gullo and Joey Gullo had the other hits for the Carpetmen.
Lucas Green and Keith Piper combined on the hill for the Firemen. Brandon Wallace and Gabe Johnson each scored twice in a losing effort.
Hanover Little League Minors
Ferber Auto 4, Norm’s Towing 2
Andy Piccolo’s bases-loaded triple brought in the winning run and handed Norm’s Towing its first loss of the season. Andy Piccolo added a single while Jack Frost Jr. and Aiden Piccolo knocked a pair of one-baggers.
Eric Overmyer led Norm’s with three hits as Hunter Parks added a double in a losing effort.
Norm’s Towing 14,
SC Kiwanis 0
Hunter Haskins and Eric Overmyer knocked five hits to lead Norm’s Towing in a big win. Haskins had a triple and a double while Overmyer doubled and Justin Sager added a triple, a double and two singles. Brayden Smith, Travis Brennan and Ryan Michalak had three hits each.
Justin Nehrbass and Kamron Sakpal led Kiwanis at the plate in defeat.
Norm’s Towing 9,
SC Firemen 2
Travis Brennan and Maxwell Vigue led Norm’s with four hits each while Eric Overmyer and Matt Woleben knocked a trio of singles each. Brayden Smith doubled and singled while Hunter Haskins, Justin Sager and Hunter Parks added two hits each. Norm’s Towing moved to 8-1 on the season with the win.
Roan Kelly knocked three hits to lead the Fireman while Gabe Metzger added three singles. Jorge Hasbun, Dean League and Duane White had two hits each. Kelly was also the defensive standout in a losing effort.
Fredonia Minor Softball
Nathan George vs. Blasdell Pizza
Top hitters for Nathan George were Kylie Waterman, Hallie Laurito and Rebecca Piede. Star Levens and Erin Schrantz played great defense.
Blasdell Pizza was led offensively by Shelby Nowak, Kelly Lucas, Julia LeBaron and Chase Ibach. Defensively, they were led by pitchers Hayleigh Welka and Emerson Bramer.
CEBA 21U Collegiate League
Dunkirk Boilers 7,
North Buffalo 1
The defending CEBA champions opened the season with a win over North Buffalo
Evan Carmello (Fredonia State), Jake Harford, Lyle Howard and Kyle Grey (Fredonia State) held North Buffalo to three hits on the mound.
Austin Alonge and Vin Bomasuto knocked home runs for the Boilers while Max Schrantz added a double and two RBI.
Western Chautauqua County Trap League
Big Tree 311, Ripley 306
Ripley: Howard Maille 47, Sid Meeder 47, Mark Henry 46, Bob Nichols 44, Wayne Babcock 41, Marc Babcock 41, Dexter Gordon 40. High lady: Sandy Newhouse 35. Junior: Desi Adams 34. Veteran: Bob Murray 37. Senior veteran: Al Johnson 36. Super senior veteran: Bob Nichols 44.
Big Tree: Cliff Hammer 47, Scott Hammer 47, Dan Berry 46, Gary Olson 43, Cole Hammer 43, Mark Holthouse 43, Bruce Bouma 42. High lady: Val Holthouse 42. Junior: Cole Holthouse 43. Sub junior: Cole Hammer 43. Veteran: Gary Olson 43. Senior veteran: Cliff Hammer 47. Super senior veteran: Bruce Bouma 42.
Westfield 321, Ellery 292
Ellery: Tom Bihler 47, Ron Harmon 46, Rob Graham 44, Alan Harding 42, Bob Welsh 39, Don Johnson 38, Bradley Bihler 36. Junior: Alan Harding 42. Sub junior: Bradley Bihler 36.
Westfield: Vern Brown 49, Nathan Ottway 49, Kevin Sturzenbecker 46, Danny Ficarra 45, Butch Ficarra 45, Mike Cluchey 44, Will Mason 43. High lady: Rose Corbran 42. Junior: Nathan Ottway 49. Sub junior: Dawson Perry 35. Senior veteran: Mike Cluchey 44. Super senior veteran: Ray Biekert 39.
Gowanda APA League
Ronnie’s Crazy 8’s, Mike’s PG Team, Jamestown Tavern, Twoguns Team, 8-Ball Assassins, Jamestown St. Marauders and Legion Machines. Top Gun: Mike Jemiolo and Marty Twoguns are first in the Purple Tier. Joe Capitano is first in the Red Tier. Casey Smith is first in the Yellow Tier. Mike Deering is first in the Blue Tier.
For more information, contact David Covert Division Rep at 698-2291.
Fredonia Boys Basketball Camp
The Fredonia Central School boys basketball camp will be held Friday, June 28 and Monday through Wednesday, July 1-3 at the Fredonia High School and Middle School gymnasiums from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Cost for the camp is $90 at the door, or $75 if paid by June 27. The camp is open to boys entering grades 3 through 12. All campers will receive a camp t-shirt if they pre-paid.
Each athlete is expected to arrive between 9 and 9:30 a.m. The camp will start promptly at 9:30 a.m. Athletes are expected to bring their own lunch.
Checks should be made payable to Greg Lauer; Fredonia HS; 425 E. Main St. Fredonia, N.Y. 14063.
For more information or a brochure, call Greg Lauer at 912-2726 or email email@example.com.
New York Senior Games/Disc Golf Championships
Linda L. Brown, 66, represented Chautauqua County and Chainbiters Disc Golf at the New York Senior Games in Cortland, N.Y. last week. The event was held at the 18-hole course at Tompkins Community College.
Despite a driving rainstorm, Brown brought home the gold medal for her performance.
Meanwhile, the 2013 New York State Disc Golf Championships will be held June 29 and 30 at the Chainbiters disc golf course in South Dayton. The state championship tournament is a qualifier for the Disc Golf Nationals and the winners in the Open Professional and Open Amateur divisions will win a spot to compete.
SUNY Fredonia alumni and performance artist Abraham Ferraro created the custom made trophies for the event.
For more information, visit www.chainbiters.com.
Mary Ellen Benamati Memorial Scramble
Green Meadows Golf Course is proud to announce the Mary Ellen Benamati Memorial Scramble will be held on Sunday, July 28. The proceeds for the event, which will begin with a 9 a.m. shotgun start, will go to the Mary Ellen Benamati Memorial Scholarship Fund. The cost for the event will be $240 per foursome and will include golf, a cart, range balls, prizes, soft drinks, hot dogs, snacks and a buffet lunch. Men’s, women’s and mixed teams are all welcome.
The cutoff date for entry is July 18, with the scramble being capped at 120 golfers. Entry forms are available at Green Meadows Golf Course in North East, Pa., or at Pinehurst Golf Course in Westfield.
For more information text 785-4437, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 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 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.