For the Record

Adult Golf

Hillview Golf Course

Monday Night Utility League – Low score: A Division: Lenny Truby 38, Keith Medley 39, Mike Willoughby 42, Pete Borzillire 43, Bob Manning 44, Mike Kurmis 45, Tim Dykas 45, Chris Penfolf 45, Joe Majkut 45. B Division: Matt Hutchinson 49, Ted Descz 49, Jess Marino 49, Jim Waite 50, Jaime Gallarza 51, Doug Newman 52. Skins: A Division: Mike Willoughby (No. 7). B Division: Ted Descz (No. 4). Closest to the pin: Mike Willoughby (No. 5).

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Tuesday Night Men’s League – Low scores: Bill Aldrich 36, Carlos Troche 38, Pete Gawron 39, Dave Miller 39. Top point winners: A-flight: Aldrich 7.5, Jim Szalkowski 7.5. B-flight: Bob Stone 6.5. C-flight: Dave Miller 6.5. D-flight: Bruce Chrabasz 8. Closest to the pin: Mike Willoughby (No. 5). A&B skins: Brian Manning (No. 2). C-D Skins: Miller (No. 4), Jaime Ruiz (No. 7), Julio DeLeon (No. 8), Jim Ellman Sr. (No. 9).

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Women Who Golf For Fun – Low score: Rosemary Tibbetts and Pat Daniel. Second place: Theresa Leone. Third place: Linda Hodorowicz. Golfer of the Week was Sandy Gloss.

Ladies are reminded that the monthly lunch will be at the White Village on July 24 at 1 p.m., rain or shine.

New members are always welcome to join. For more information, call Bobbie Deering 366-5805 or Dodo Dudek 366-3306.

Vineyards Golf

Wednesday Morning Ladies Purple Posse League – The Purple Posse League game was hot scramble. First place: Grace Miller, Linda DeJoe and Barb VanDette. Second place: Viki Clark and Audrey Parker. The greenback prize went to Grace Miller.

The League is scheduled to play on Wednesday, July 24, meeting at 9:30 a.m., teeing off at 10 a.m. All skill levels are welcome, join any time.

The game of the week will be not in the same order.

Pinehurst

Pinehurst ParTee Girls – The low gross of 46 was shot by Karen Allen (sub), with a 48 by Patty Petrella and 49 by Lori Foster and Carolyn Rawlinson. Low net scores went to Petrella (30), Amy Swanson (31), Foster (31), Eileen LaPorte (31) and MaryAnn Woleben (sub, 32).

The longest putt on No. 9 was won by Petrella and closest to the pin on the second shot No. 5 went to Jill Muck. Swanson also carded a birdie on No. 9.

Youth Soccer

Cassadaga Valley

U-6

Pavlock Construction 6, Lewis Construction 4

Kevin Harrington scored six goals for the winners.

Trent Lewis scored four goals for Lewis Construction.

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Schaffner, Knight & Minnaugh P.C. 15, Cow Trimmers 0

Emily Anderson scored seven goals and one assist, Nathan Bailey and Cameron Katlius scored three goals each and Hailey Anderson scored two goals for the shutout.

U-8

J&J Painting 9, Parts Plus Panthers 0

Austin Main scored three goals and three assists, Ben Elder, Alex Kahle and Ella Ekstrom each scored two goals and Ella Ekstrom and Brogan Egan each had an assist for the shutout.

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McDonalds Small Fries 8, Storer’s Containers 2

Ace Pierce scored five goals, Kole Davis, Chase Pierce and Katlyne Daughenbaugh each scored one goal. Scoring for Store’s Containers was Isaac Wenger.

U-11

Veracity Benefits 2, Valley Tire 1

Drake Pierce and Kaylee Pattyson each scored one goal for the winners.

Scoring for Valley Tire was Dalton McIntyre.

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Mom & Pop’s Recycling 1, Cassadaga Sure Fine 1

Dominic Huston scored one goal for Mom & Pop’s

Cameron Anderson scored one for Cassadaga Sure Fine.

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Gerry Free Methodist 3, Mary K 2

Kolton Gibbons scored two goals and Johnathon Brockelbank scored one goal for Gerry Free Methodist.

Scoring for Mary K was Jacob Fishgold.

(U-15)

Jamestown Auto Center 6, Andersen Cuddihy Inc. 6

Kari Morrison and Grace Penhollow (Robbie Penhollow with assist) each scored two goals, Robbie Penhollow and Izzy Penhollow each scored one goal for Jamestown Auto Center.

Dan Andersen scored four goals and Destin Johns scored two for Andersen Cuddihy.

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FC Thunder 11, Advanced Septic 0

Eli Johns scored five goals, Jeff Fishgoal scored four goals, Julie Ozga and Zackary Zielinski each scored one goal for the shutout.