For The Record

Youth Baseball

Hanover Little League Minors

Norm’s Towing 6, Ferber Auto 5 – Eric Overmyer led Norm’s with a pair of doubles while Hunter Haskins doubled and singled and Max Vigue added two singles.

Bayden Sharritt led Ferber’s with two hits while Andy Piccolo doubled.

Norm’s Towing 11 Silver Creek Kiwanis 2 – Eric Overmyer continued his hot hitting streak with three hits, Garrison Hemphill doubled and singled twice, and Max Vigue added a trio of hits in Norm’s Towing win.

Brayden Smith had a three-run triple and added a single, while Matt Woleben, Travis Brennan and Hunter Haskins all had two hits.

Kamron Sakpal led the Kiwanis with two singles while John Steinwachs, Jose Matta, Can Stanna and Aiden Matter also had two hits in a losing effort.

Norm’s Towing 5, Bri-Mic 1 – Norm’s Towing finished the season at 11-1 as they defeated Bri-Mic, 5-1. Brayden Smith led Norm’s with a triple and a double while Matt Woleben tripled and singled. Hunter Haskins also singled twice for Norm’s.

Joey Villafranca led Bri-Mic with four hits including a triple and a double while Gavin DeFries, Joey Kingsley, Chase Fisher and Tom Post all singled.

Adult Golf

Chautauqua Golf Club

Wednesday Travel League – Kerry Murphy shot the low round of 79 at Chautauqua Golf Club’s Lake Course, edging out Dave Mathews (80), Gary Richardson (81) and John Bongiovanni (82).

Murphy’s first victory of the season was also the 40th of his career, making him just the second golfer – along with Paul Olkowski – to reach that mark. Bongiovanni was the low man on the front nine with a 37 and Mathews was the low man on the back nine with 39.

Al Etzel was the B Flight Champion, Mick Dunning won a tiebreaker over Adam Gornikiewicz to take the C Flight while Joe Bifaro took the top spot in D Flight. Lee Titus was the winner of the Commissioner’s Award.

Untied birdies were recorded by: A Flight – Bongiovanni (Nos. 2 & 8), Murphy (Nos. 5 & 6), Mathews (Nos. 9 & 10), Ed Tofil (No. 14) and Mike Wolfe (No. 16). B Flight – Jeff Marsowicz (No. 2), Dave Criscione (Nos. 3 & 17), Butch Mackowiak (No. 5), Jeff Kubera (No. 9), Mike Willoughby (No. 11), Joe Michalski (No. 14) and Wayne Ormsby (No. 16). C Flight – Bob Roesler (Nos. 4 & 10), Dan Kaszuba (No. 6), Doug Keith (No. 16), Jack Griswold (No. 17) and Keith Medley (No. 18). D Flight – Len Leszkowicz (No. 6), John Slaughter (No. 9), Angelo Leone (No. 12) and Bryan McCarthy (No. 13).

Closest to the pin were Dave Franklin (No. 4), Gary Haase (No. 6), Richardson (No. 8), Bob Thompson (No. 12) and Marsowicz (No.15). Top point winners were Bongiovanni and Murphy, who each had 48 and were followed by Kaszuba (39) and Marsowicz (25). Season points leaders: Bongiovanni 146, Franklin 131, Doug Keith 111, Richardson 110 and Tofil 110.

The league would like to thank Bill Merryweather for the wonderful job he did hosting this event. Next week the league travels to Country Meadows Golf Course in Cambridge Springs, Pa. Tee-off is set for 9:30 a.m. Golfers must be signed up with Butch Mackowiak by Monday. He can be reached at 679-4027.

Vineyards Golf Course

Gene Andolina League – Low scratch scores: John Bongiovanni 35, Sam Speziale 37, Joe Bifaro 38, Dan Alessi 38, Mike Rosario 39, Bill Hart 39.

Low handicap scores: Dave Polechetti 27, Rosario 29, Bifaro 27, Sam Conti 29, Jim Sedota 31, Sam Trusso 31, Chuck Cowen 31, Frank Sevola 31, Hart 31, Jim DeJoe 31, Speziale 31, Bongiovanni 32, Smokey Gloss 32.

Closest to the pin: Rosario (Nos. 3 & 9). Scratch skins: Bifaro (No. 3), Bongiovanni (Nos. 6 & 7), Chuck Allesi (No. 9). Handicap skins: Conti (No. 2), Bifaro (No. 3), Polechetti (No. 5), Bongiovanni (No. 7).

Sugar Hill Golf Course

The Girls4Golf Tuesday Night League – Low gross was won by Vicki Westling with a 46 and

Judith Waterman with a 56. Low net went to Westling with a 31. Prize for the evening was won by Linda Prince for longest drive on No. 5.

Shorewood Country Club

Frank Polichetti Interclub Golf Tournament – The 2013 Frank Polichetti Interclub Golf Tournament was held June 1 at Shorewood Country Club. A total of eight local clubs competed with the Dunkirk Lakeside Club winning the Championship.

Closest to the pin were Brian Hover (No. 6) and Dan Wolfe (No. 17). Untied birdies were recorded by Pat Weaver (No. 1), Rob Tracy (No. 11), Kevin Kaszuba (No. 14) and Bob Woritz (No. 16).

Hole-In-One

Dawn Woleben carded her third-career hole-in-one Friday at Shorewood Country Club. She used a 9-iron to ace the 130-yard No. 15. The shot was witnessed by Kitty Kubera and Kevin Kaszuba.

Announcements

YWCA Westfield Fitness Center

The YWCA Westfield Fitness Center will hold an open house Wednesday, June 26 from 4-6 p.m. This is an opportunity to see the newly installed cardio equipment and meet the sales rep from Advantage Sport and Fitness, the supplier of the new equipment.

In addition, there will be information available on the insurance plans the fitness center accepts, the newly expanded contracts that feature unlimited use and a chance to register for door prizes. No cost, no obligation, free and open to everyone.

Fredonia Girls Basketball Camp

Fredonia Central School will host a girls basketball camp Monday, June 24 to Thursday, June 27 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

The cost of the camp is $95 per camper. Those who send five or more students from the same school and send in their applications together can deduct $10. It is open to all girls entering grades 3-12.

Registration will also take place on the first day of the camp between 8:30 and 8:45 a.m.

Each player is expected to arrive between 8:30 and 8:55 a.m. The camp will start promptly at 9 a.m. Athletes are expected to bring their own lunch. There will be cold pop, water and Gatorade for sale at lunch time and at the end of the day. All athletes should have their ride pick them up at 3:30 p.m. All parents are welcome to come to the awards ceremony at 3 p.m. on Thursday.

Checks should be made payable to: Carol Zirkle, Fredonia HS, 425 E. Main St., Fredonia, NY 14063.

For more information, contact Zirkle at 679-1581 ext. 2790 or 785-0283.

FSU Soccer Camp

Fredonia State will hold a soccer camp from Sunday, June 23 through Thursday, June 27, for boys and girls ages 4-16, at University Stadium.

Sunday evening “Under the Lights” activities will be held, with pizza served to all participants. Swimming Monday through Thursday will be available for full-day campers.

T-shirts will be given to each participant, along with prizes. Competitions will be held each day.

Those interested can register at: www.fredoniabluedevils.com/sports/2010/9/29/GEN-0929102731.aspx?id=13

Questions can be directed to gondek@fredonia.edu.

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-pay.

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 glauer@fcsd.wnyric.org.

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 fbenamati@stny.rr.com.

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.

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.

Joy Golf Tournament

Moved to Gowanda CC

The Russell J. Joy Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit TLC Health Network has switched locations and will be played at Gowanda Country Club, 2623 Brown Street, Collins on Wednesday, August 28. Registration is set for 11 a.m. and tee-off is set for noon.

A detailed brochure is coming soon.