For The Record

Youth Baseball


Wright League

American Legion 11, Fireman 0 – The Legion defeated Fireman with a strong defense, as they again did not allow a run It was the Legion’s sixth shutout of the season.

Tyler Rosen and Alec Schrader pitched for Legion striking out nine and walking one. At the plate, Tyler Cain continued his hitting ways going 3 for 3 with a home run, triple and double. There were multiple hits for the Legion from Mike Dispense (home run), Alec Schrader (double), Derrick Walters, Gabe Schrader, Jake Skinner and Rosen.

Pitching for the Fireman in defeat were Keith Piper, Lucas Green and Aaron Pacos. Fireman had four hits and was led by Pacos, who went 2 for 2 at the plate while Brandon Wallace and Jacob Patterson had the other two hits.

Adult Softball

Dunkirk Men’s Fastpitch

1st Ward Falcons Club 18 , Larry’s Cantina 17 – The 1st Ward Falcon Club was led by Robert Nalepa (home run), Chris Nickle (home run, triple) and Brian Mackowiak (double), who all had two hits in the win. Nick Ahlstrom started and took a no-decision while Brandon Torrance came on in relief to pick up the win.

Larry’s put forth a group effort with Cameron Wright, Steve Keyser, Byron Keyser and Kyle Harper all having two hits and Jon Coe adding a home run. Alex Nusom pitched a no decision with Joe Conti picking up the loss in a strong outing.

Rookies 17, Larry’s Cantina 12 – Josh Jaffray had three hits and Kevin Salisbury had two to support Tim Wdowiasz and Jeremy McAfee, who teamed up for the win.

Nick Luther and Steve Keyser had two hits each for Larry’s.

Rookies 11, Monnies 5 – Tim Wdowiasz and Jeremy McAfee teamed up form the win while Dan Snyder had three hits in the win. Also for Rookies, Jake Porpiglia and Dennis Gawronski had two hits each.

Mike Privitera took the lose in the circle for Monnies.

Adult Golf

Vineyards Golf Course

Wednesday Morning Ladies Purple Posse League – The Purple Posse League game was Players Choice Pull One Out, with first place going to Viki Clark. Second place went to Jeanne Pagano and third to Linda DeJoe. The greenback prize went to Marie Aniszewski.

The League is scheduled to play on Wednesday, July 10. There will be a meeting at 9:30 a.m., with tee-off set for 10. The game will be Pre-Pull the Tees. There will be no League play July 3. All skill levels are welcome, and interested golfers can join the league at any time.

Hillview Golf Course

Tuesday Night Men’s League – Low scores: Pat Deering 38, Carlos Troche 40, Brian Manning 40, Bill Aldrich 40. Top point winners: A-flight – Aldrich 7; B-flight – Pat Weaver 6, Mike Willoughby 6, John Waterman 6, Jeff Jagoda 6; C-flight – Deering 8; D-flight – Jaime Ruiz 7.5.

Closest to the pin: Julio DeLeon (No. 5). A & B skins: Manning (No. 1), Troche (No. 6), Aldrich (No. 9); C & D Skins: Ruiz (No. 1), Deering (No. 4) and Pat Mackowiak (No. 7).

Pinehurst Golf Course

ParTee Girls – The low gross score of 47 was shot by Lynn LaMattina and Amy North, followed by Carolyn Rawlinson (48) and Trudy Gollnitz (50).

Mary Ann Woleben had the low net of 29 while Gollnitz had a 30 and Amy Swanson and Sue Slate had 31s.

Birdies were recorded by North (No. 7) and Swanson (No. 9). The longest putt on No. 5 was won by Connie O’Conner, and closest to the black/white stake on No. 9 went to Rawlinson.

Sugar Golf Course

The Girls 4 Golf League met at Sugar Hill Golf Course on June 25. Low gross went to Vicki Westling with a 51 followed by Debbie Yerico Jr. and Debbie Yerico Sr., who each carded a 55. Low net went to Debbie Yerico Sr., with a 30, followed by Linda Prince with a 35 and Nancy Phillips and Debbie Yerico Jr. with 36s. Kim Murphy won the prize for closest to the pin on No. 8 and Vicki Westling won the prize for best score.


Compeer Youth

Golf Tournament

Compeer Chautauqua will hold its 15th annual Compeer Fore Youth Golf Tournament on Friday, June 28, at the Chautauqua Golf Club. The four-person scramble event will begin with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.

Proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Compeer for Youth Program which offers trained, compassionate mentors to youth ages 5 to 17 who have been referred by mental health and school professionals.

Lunch and dinner are provided at the tournament with beverages and snacks at registration and on the course. There will be prizes for winners and separate prizes for women’s teams if four teams enter. Also included are men’s and women’s prizes for longest drive and closest to the hole.

Costs for the tournament is $80 per person and $65 for members of Chautauqua Golf Club.

The tournament committee is offering hole sponsorships which are $100 per hole to help support the tournament. Other sponsorships are available, including roaming beverage carts with sponsor identification at $350. Sponsorships feature appropriate signage and program recognition.

Compeer Chautauqua is sponsored by Southern Tier Environments for Living, a residential and rehabilitation organization serving individuals with psychiatric disabilities in Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua and southern Erie counties.

For further information about registration and sponsorships, contact Compeer at 487-2956 in Jamestown and 366-3161 in Dunkirk.

Gowanda Softball Tourney set

for June 29

The 17th Annual Gowanda Men’s Slow Pitch Softball Tournament is set for June 29.

The double-elimination format will begin at 11 a.m., and there is still an opening for one more team. The entry fee is $75. Call Mark Benton at 532-4053 or email if interested in registering a team.

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.

The Seventh

Annual Fundamental

Football Camp

The Seventh Annual Fundamental Football Camp has been scheduled for July 15-18 at the Chautauqua Lake Central School football facility.

The camp is open to all area football players entering grades 3 through 8 and will run from 8:30 am until noon, daily.

The camp will also feature technique training.

Camp tuition is $95 for the week and scholarships are available for anyone with financial need. There is limited space available so please pre-register by sending an email to or by calling Joshua Liddell, Camp Coordinator, at 716-640-3580. Please include campers name, age, school district and phone number.