For the record
Gene Andolina League – Low scratch scores: Dave Criscione 33, John Bongiovannia 35, Bill Hart 36, Smokey Gloss 36, Chuck Allesi 37, Dan Alessi 37, Dave DeJoe 38. Low handicap scores: Smokey Gloss 27, Ed Wilson 27, Mike Rosario 28, Chuck Allesi 28, Dave Criscione 29, John Bongiovnnia 31, Don Cotton 31, Tony Nasca 31, Dave DeJoe 32, Joe Greco 32, Bill Hart 32, Pete Criscione 32. Scratch skins: Dave Criscione (No. 6), Chuck Allesi (No. 7), Smokey Gloss (No. 9). Handicap scores: Mike Rosario (No. 4), Sam Tabone (No. 5), Chuck Allesi (No. 7), Pete Criscione (No. 8), Smokey Gloss (No. 9). Closest to the Pin on No. 3: Smokey Gloss . Closest to the Pin on No. 9: Smokey Gloss.
Wednesday Travel League
Kevin Kaszuba shot the low round of 78 at “Beautiful” Overlake Golf Course in Girard, Pa. John Bongiovanni and Ed Tofil tied for second with 81 apiece. Kaszuba had the low front nine score with 36 while Butch Mackowiak and Kerry Murphy tied for the low back nine score with 40. Pete Gawron won the B Flight on a tiebreaker over Jeff Kubera. Adam Gornikiewicz won the C Flight on a tiebreaker over Ron Szach. Bob Stone won the D Flight. Winner of the Commissioner’s Award was league Commissioner Bruce Chrabasz.
Untied birdies were recorded by: A Flight-Joe Michalski (No. 3), Kaszuba (No. 5), Al Etzel (No. 9), Murphy (Nos. 10 and 14), Tim Walawender (No. 13) and Bongiovanni (No. 17); B Flight: John Waterman (Nos. 3 and 17), Gary Richardson (No. 11), Carlos Troche (No. 13), Bob Thompson (No. 14) and Joe Bifaro (No. 15). C Flight: Jim Ellman Sr. (No. 8), Dave Criscione (No. 9), Szach (Nos. 10 and 14), Jack Griswold (No. 15) and Doug Keith (No. 16); D Flight: Len Leszkowicz (Nos. 1 and 16), Stone (Nos. 3 and 6), Tony Nasca Sr. (No. 9) and Lee Titus (No. 17).
Closest to the pin were Thompson (No. 2), Stone (No. 6), Murphy (No. 12) and Mick Dunning (No. 14). Top point winners were Murphy (61), Thompson (53), Szach (40) and Stone (27). Season points leaders: 1) Dave Franklin (254), 2) Richardson (225), 3) Michalski (206), 4) Criscione (205) 5) Tofil (192).
Next week the league will play Peek ‘N Peak’s Lower Course. Golfers need to be at the course by 8 a.m. All foursomes are full at this time.
The Girls 4 Golf Tuesday Night League – Low gross was won by Judith Waterman andNancy Phillips each with a 50 followed by Vicki Westling with a 52. Low net was won by Judith Waterman with a 32 followed by Linda Prince and Nancy Phillips each with a 34. Closest to the pin on No. 8 was won by Nancy Phillips and longest putt on hole No. 9 was won by Debbie Yerico.
Cassadaga Country Club
Thursday Night Men’s Golf League – Scott Johnson 36, Dan Butts 37, Ron Mason 39, Chip White 39, Bob Smith 40, Doug Sterling 40, Paul Edson 41, Don Mansfield 41, Mike Schwertfager 41. Low net: Doug Sterling 30. Closest to the pin: Don Meder (No. 15). Skins: Doug Sterling (No. 11, birdie), Paul Edson (No. 12, birdie), Alex McQuiggan (No. 16, birdie).
Ladies Wednesday Night League – Low scores: Linnea Nichols 45, DeDe DuBois 45, Michelle Helmer 45, Melissa Kelly 47, Annita Luce 49, Kay Pagano 49. Low Best Ball: De De DuBois and Mary Kelley 28, Laura Wintersteen and Stacy Wintersteen 28, Jodi Fanara and Tara Hayes 29, Linnea Nichols and Barb Swan 30, Carrie Egan and Erin Loomis 30, Jodi Hoffman and Melissa Kelly 30, Marcia Sherwood and Sharon Harrington 31, Bev Cross and Deb McCown 31, Amber Kelley and Donna Wier 31, Annita Luce and Cindy Chimera 32, Pat Cessna and Judy Dale 32.
Tuesday Night Men’s Golf League – Darren Mangine 33, Sean Egan 39, Bob Smith 39, Brenton Wilcox 39, John Crossley 40, Todd Fenton 40, Scott Jagoda 40, Rod Lind 40. Low net: Dan Kelly 27. Closest to the pin: Sean Egan (No. 15). Skins: Darren Mangine (No. 12, birdie), Scott Smith (No. 14, birdie), Rick Roos (No. 15, birdie).
Men’s Senior Baseball League
Stericycle A’s 10, Joe Karnes Giants 1
Doug Clark won his third straight game, spinning a two-hit, 10-strikeout performance.
Bob Bankoski led the 10-hit attack with three hits while Matt Grace chipped in with two hits and Steve Keyser went yard with a two-run homer.
Todd Fryburger took the loss and had the Giants only two hits.