For The Record
Wednesday Night Ladies League – Low team gross: Susan Cave and Lois Jones 106. Low team net: Susan Cave and Lois Jones 67. Low individual gross: Susan Cave 44. Low individual net: Susan Cave 32. Least Putts: Susan Cave 16.
Shorewood Mixed Couples Invitational Couples results – Overall gross: John and Kathy Popp 77. Overall net: George and Sue Borello 55.
Pinehurst Golf Club
Men’s Merchant League – Low gross: Gary Arnold 37, Lyndon Smith 37. Other low gross scores: Scott Jagoda 39, Jay Beers 40, Bob North 41, Chris Beehler 43, Nolan Swanson 43, Bob Warsitz 43, Justin Willebrandt 43. Closest to the pin: Gary Arnold (No. 4), Jim Harper (No. 7). Low net scores: Scott Leamer 33, Bill Shields 33, Brady Deuink 35, Larry Colvenback 35, Bill Ottaway 35, Jim Harper 35, Brandon Preston 35, Mike Vandevelde 36, Rick Rotunda 36.
Moose Club 5,
Tyler Putney and Brayden Myers combined to toss a two-hitter with 10 strikeouts for the Moose Club. Nate Shuart had three hits while Dawson Bird and Michael Berg also had hits.
Nolan Mages and Nick Pchelka (double) had the only hits for Medicor. Pchelka, Mages and Jared Kowalski split the mound duties and combined for eight strikeouts.
Moose Club 10, DFT 6
Tyler Winchell went a perfect 4 four 4 at the plate with one of those hits being a blast over the centerfield fence. Nate Shuart had three hits while Michael Berg had a double and single. Nate Schrantz, Joey Vandette and Tyler Putney also chipped in with hits.
DFT was led at the plate by Jamison Horch’s home run and double. Jale Davis and Brenden Plaister handled the pitching duties.
Medicor 10, Fireman 6
Jared Kowalksi had four hits including a single, two doubles and a triple to lead Medicor over the Firefighters.
Nick Pchelka had a double and a triple and Damian Skelly had a double and two singles to round out the rest of the offense. Benjamin Easton and Nolan Mages struck out 10 while giving up eight hits for Medicor.
Caleb Reynolds, Lucas Green and Keith Piper had two hits apiece for the Fireman. Keith Piper and Caleb Reynolds shared the pitching duties for the firefighters and recorded 10K and 11 hits.
Medicor Associates 4, Moose 0
Jared Kowalski pitched a nearly perfect game to lead Medicor over Moose. Jaren recorded 12Ks, no walks and gave up one hit. Nate Mages had two RBI singles to lead the bats for Medicor while Jared Kowalski, CJ Brown and David Bartholomew each recorded a hit.
Matt Tinstman had the only hit for Moose.
Tyler Winchell and Nathan Shuart shared the pitching responsibility for Moose, striking out nine and giving up five hits.
Pucci’s Carpets 5,
Pucci’s won their seventh consecutive game as Nick Frazier (double) and Kaleb Rybij had timely hits, to propel the carpetbaggers to victory.
Trey Swartz, Nico Pucci, Jarrett Maslak and Dominic Gullo contributed hits as Pucci’s took over first place in the league.
Swartz and Anthony Gullo combined to strikeout 14 batters for Pucci’s.
Tyler Winchell and Michael Berg had the hits for the Moosemen in defeat.
Pucci’s Carpets 14, Firemen 9
Trey Swartz’s second inning bomb over the centerfield fence for his sixth home run of the year blew the game open for Pucci’s. Swartz added two doubles and finished with five RBIs. Nico Pucci bounced a double over the fence to finish with two hits and three runs scored.
Anthony Gullo had a double and a single, and Cayden Dejohn, Kaleb Rybij, Dominic Gullo, Alex Christy and Joey Gullo also had hits for Pucci’s. Pucci and Anthony Gullo shared the mound in the win for The Carpetmen, striking out 11.
The Hosemen were led at the plate by Keith Piper who had three hits including two doubles. Aaron Pacos had two singles, Tanner Haas a double, A.J St. George, Blake Frey, Lucas Green and Brandon Wallace a single for Firemen.
Medicor 9, Youth Council 7
Nick Pchelka had two RBI doubles while Jack Storm, David Bartholomew had RBI singles to lead the bats for Medicor.
Nolan Mages and Nick Pchelka combined for 17 Ks on the mound and let up only three hits.
Deron Wiedenhofer had two singles and Mark Levens had a single for Youth Council.
Owen Nicosa and Michael Barnes combined for 12 strikeouts and gave up six hits in the loss
Blasdell Pizza 6,
Lake Shore Savings 3
Blasdell hitters were Hayleigh Welka, Chase Ibach, Kelly Lucas and Jordan Lucas with four hits each. On the mound for Blasdell was Shelby Nowak. Emerson Bramer was the defensive star for the winners.
Lake Shore Savings was led on offensive by Christina White and Tayler Skelly, each going 2 for 2 at the plate. Mary Dunn and Olivia Carmona were the defensive standouts for the Bankers.
Standings as of June 23 – Mike’s PG Team, Ronnie’s Crazy 8’s, Jamestown St. Marauders, 8-Ball Assassins, Legion Machines, Jamestown Tavern, Twoguns Team. Top Gun: Gary Oehler is first in the Purple Tier. Joe Capitano is first in the Red Tier. Konrad Zieba 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.
Dunkirk Boilers 14, SCBA 4
The Boilers used a total-team attack to mercy rule South Cheektowaga.
The Boilers pounded out 14 hits, led by Bo Westling (SUNY Brockport), Nick Hart (Fredonia), Evan Carmello (SUNY Fredonia), Austin Alonge (Mercyhurst) and Max Schrantz (Mercyhurst).
Lyle Howard (JCC) and Trent Thompson (Fredonia) held SCBA to five hits. The Boilers are a perfect 3-0 in CEBA League play.