For the Record
Dunkirk Major Little League
Lucky Lanes 8,
John Banach and Felix Garcia knocked two hits each for Lucky Lanes while Garcia combined with Patrick Muldowney and Jared Glowniak to strike out 14 and toss a no-hitter on the mound.
Zack Romanik pitched well in defeat for the Exempts.
Dunkirk Cerrie Little League
Clinton Street Car Wash vs. Davis Construction
Brycen Kolassa, Josh Kneitinger and Ayden Mazany hit well to lead Clinton Street Car Wash’s rally while Oliver McAfee, Owen Ludwig and Davon McCall had great games on the mound.
Davis Construction had a stingy defense led by Sara Davis, Keegan Whitfield and Nick Whitfield. Offensively, Lucas Hoffman, Cameron Crowell and Reilly Miller plated runs.
Dunkirk Little League Minors
Nathan George Foundation 1, Firemen 0
The Foundation was led at the plate with solid contributions from Reggie Brent, Jack Lanski, and Nathaniel Garcia. Brandon Aitcheson and Donovan Thompson kept Nathan George Foundation in the game with steady defensive play.
The Firemen’s big hitters were Alex Ahlstrom (double), Javier DeJesus, and Jonathan Ganey. Joshua Montes and Christopher Torres displayed nice leather on the defensive side for the Firemen.
Nathan George Foundation 8, Local 2693 1
For the Nathan George Foundation, Jack Lanski led the hitters with a pair of doubles among his three hits while Reggie Brent added a pair of base knocks. Donovan Thompson chipped in with his first two Little League hits as Lucas Tarnowski and Teddy Roberts made nice plays in the field.
For Local 2693, Davion White and Jimmy Hooten were the big hitters at the plate while Jayden Johnson and Ivan Hernandez played solid defense.
Fredonia Little League Wright Division
Pucci’s Carpets 4, American Legion 2
Nicolas Pucci and Anthony Gullo combined to strike out 10 batters and held American Legion’s potent offense to just two hits as the Carpetmen avenged an earlier loss. Nick Frazier and Jarret Maslak played great defense while Trey Swartz threw out two runners from behind the plate for Pucci’s. Swartz continued his offensive explosion by sending a home run out of the park for the fourth straight game. Frazier, Anthony Gullo, Joey Gullo and Dominic Gullo also added hits in a victorious effort.
Derrick Walters and Tyler Cain pitched well in defeat for Legion while Gabe Schrader and Walters added Legion’s only hits.
Moose Club 14,
The Moose Club took advantage of 13 walks and nine hits to earn the victory. Tyler Winchell had three hits while Nate Shuart had a double and triple to lead the offensive effort. Calvin Pryzbysz, Tyler Putney, AJ Schrantz, and Brayden Myers chipped in with hits of their own. Myers picked up the win as he scattered seven hits with seven strikeouts.
For the Firemen, Lucas Green (double) had two hits while Brandon Wallace, Anthony St. George, Keith Piper, Aaron Pacos, and Tanner Haas also added knocks. Haas, Pacos, and Wallace shared pitching duties in defeat.
Firemen 19, Youth Council 9
The Firemen jumped out to an early lead and never looked back. Lucas Green (single, double), Keith Piper (double and two triples) and Jake Patterson (single) stood out at the plate for the Firemen. Michael Barnes (single), Karim Levens (double) and Charlie Gilbert (home run) had the hits for Youth Council.
Green and Piper pitched for the Firemen and shared the win. Barnes, Owen Nicosia, Dalton Gardner and Trace Mackenzie all took the mound for the Youth Council.
Moose Club 8, DFT 3
Nate Shuart blasted out two triples while Brayden Myers had a triple among his two hits. Michael Berg, Tyler Winchell and AJ Schrantz also added a hit each. Myers and Tyler Putney each threw three innings while the Moose infield put forth a tremendous effort by recording 16 of a possible 18 putouts.
Hanover Little League All-Star Teams
9 and 10 Year Old All-Stars – Coaches: Chris VanCheri, Deb Gula and Scott Picollo. Players: Ethan Brunner, Curtis Comello, Ryan DeMarie, Kayden Eggleston, Jonah Fox, Brayden Gilbert, Alaxander Kukoleca, Ethan Morton, Kyle Mullen, Hunter Prinzbach, Christopher VanCheri.
11 and 12 Year Old All-Stars – Coaches: Jim Markham, Ron Roehner and Steve Romanik. Players: Alex Bogosian, Jack Brennan, Conner Daniels, Brandon Gloss, Spencer Harford, Lewis Markham, Sam Mullen, Hayden Perryman, Jon Pulver , Derrick Roehner, Stephen Romanik, Nik Stalker, Jarrett White.
The first series of All-Star tournaments begin June 26 with the 9 and 10 team in Bemus Point and the 11 and 12 squad at home in Hanover.
St. George 17, EDFF 1
Katie Price and Shea Brown knocked singles to pace St. George in a big win. Cassie Essek, Sidney Bigelow and Jane Fortna added singles. Cailin Holt and Morgan Cotton stood out defensively as Grace Pucciarelli earned the win in the circle.
Kim Nance led EDFF at the plate as Victoria Kujawa and Olivia Surma excelled on defense in defeat.
Gowanda APA League
Standings as of June 16 – Ronnie’s Crazy 8’s, Mike’s PG Team, (tie) Jamestown St. Marauders and Legion Machines, Twoguns Team, 8-Ball Assassins and Jamestown Tavern. Top gun – Marty Twoguns, Purple Tier; Joe Capitano, Red Tier; Casey Smith, Yellow Tier; Judith Kurtzworth, Blue Tier. For more information contact David Covert, Division Rep, at 698-2291.
Breezewood Links – A Flight: Bill Cross +11, Dave Allen +8, Brian Eckwahl +7. Gross: Brian Eckwahl 81. B Flight: Bruce Carlson +15, Joe McCourt +7, Jim Wirges +7. Gross: Bruce Carlson 82. C Flight: Tom Vogan +11, Jerry Adams +10, Dave Chall +10. Gross: Jerry Adams +86. D Flight: Dave Lauricello +13, Ray Cenni +11, Jim Wahlberg +9. Gross: Ray Cenni 90. E Flight: Duey Anderson +8, Bill Saulsgiver +8, Gary Simon +7. Gross: Gary Simon 98. F Flight: Tom Gooch +5, Dick Ingraham +3, Tom Harte +3. Gross: Tom Gooch 110. Closest to the pin: Dave Allen, Hole No. 3 (Free Pizza – Lakeview Restaurant, Mayville); Brian Brown, Hole No. 7 (Free Fish Dinner – Gametime Lounge, Jamestown Bowling Company); Bill Greenwood, Hole No. 10 (Free Pizza – Lakeview Restaurant, Mayville); Bill Anderson, Hole No. 17 (Free Fish Dinner – Gametime Lounge, Jamestown Bowling Company). Next match: Maplehurst Country Club, June 24 at 8 a.m.
JCC announces Summer Sports Camp Schedule
Jamestown Community College has released its full schedule of Championship Sports Camps for this summer. With over 100 years of coaching experience, at levels ranging from youth sport all the way to top college levels, the Jayhawk coaching staff looks to work with the youth of the area in developing their skills in an array of sports.
The Jayhawks Championship Sports Camps will provide each camper the opportunity to develop their individual skills needed to progress their ability, but also given experience in team play to gain a better knowledge and understanding of the game. Campers will be challenged to their current skill level and will be directed daily under the teaching of our current professional Jayhawk coaching staff.
All camps will be held at the Physical Education building on the campus of Jamestown Community College and its surrounding fields. Each camp will have some unique opportunities not offered at other camps. Besides the annual baseball, basketball (both boys and girls), and volleyball camps, this year’s schedule offers two new exciting camps – a co-ed swim (stroke progression & perfection) and dive camp along with a co-ed all sports camp for younger campers looking to be introduced to and to learn skills in four different sports during the scheduled camp.
This year, the camps will run from Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. until 12 noon and cost $95 per camper, except those taking swimming and diving). Discounts are offered for multiple campers from the same family and/or weeks of camp. Each camper will receive a T-shirt. Below is a list of all the camps being offered, camp directors, and an itinerary for each camp.
If you need more information regarding any camp, please contact George Sisson at (716) 338-1269 or(716) 338-1260. Camp brochures/ registration forms can be found online at www.sunyjcc.edu/jayhawks, the Physical Education building at JCC, or at The Jock Shop.
Boys’ Baseball – June 24-27, ages 8-14. Director: Dick Adams, JCC baseball coach. Instruction in pitching, hitting, and fielding. Camp also includes ticket to a Jamestown Jammers game and Jammers players teaching campers. Tour, hit, and play catch at Diethrick Park.
Boys’ Basketball – July 8-11, ages 7-15. Directors: Sisson, JCC women’s basketball coach; Brian Hodgson, JCC assistant men’s basketball coach. Individual and team concepts of offense, defense, and special situations will be emphasized. Introduction into speed, agility, strength, and plyometric jumping.
Girls’ Basketball – July 15-18, ages 8-17. Director: Sisson. Camp emphasizes shooting, 1-on-1, 2-on-2, 3-on-3, and 4-on-4 play, and offensive team concepts. Introduction into speed, agility, strength, and jumping.
Girls’ Volleyball – Aug. 5-8, ages 12-18. Director: Ashley Lund, JCC women’s volleyball coach. Participants will develop individual offensive ball skills in all areas of the game and improve defensive skills in coverage, receiving and blocking.
Co-Ed All Sports Camp – July 29-Aug. 1, ages 5-12. Directors: Anderson, JCC men’s soccer coach; Sisson. This camp introduces younger kids to basketball, baseball/softball, soccer, and volleyball. Perfect for grade school kids looking to find their interest!
Co-Ed Swim (Stroke Progression and Perfection)/Dive Camp – 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m., ages 6-17. Director: Mike Giambruno, JCC men’s and women’s swim/dive coach. Week 1: July 16-17 – Free/Back; Week 2: July 23-24 – Breast/Butterfly; Week 3: July 30-31- Starts/Turns/Finishing/Relays; Week 4: August 6-7 Diving/Swimming Conditioning. Come to one week or come to all four.
Gowanda Slow Pitch Softball Tourney Set For June 29
The Gowanda men’s double-elimination slow pitch softball tournament is set for Saturday, June 29 beginning at 11 a.m. Call Mark Benton at 532-4053 or email email@example.com for more information.
The Fredonia boys basketball program will be hosting the annual Gym Rats Basketball Camp this July at Wheelock Primary School. The camp is for boys and girls ages 4-9 and will be held the week of July 8-12. The camp runs from 9:30 a.m. to noon daily. The camp is geared for young girls and boys as a fun introduction to the game of basketball. Cost for campers is $50 and $85 for two family members. For camp questions and information please contact Nick Bertrando at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fredonia Midget Football and Cheerleading
Anyone still interested in signing up for midget football or cheerleading may do so today or Wednesday from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Little League complex on Clinton Street. Those interested in football must turn eight before Aug. 1 and won’t enter eighth grade this year. Prospective cheerleaders must turn nine prior to and can’t turn 13 before Aug. 1. All applicants must attend or reside in the Fredonia school district. The cost of registration is $50 with a $75 maximum for families with more than one registrant. Call Dave LeBarron at 467-7846 for more information.