For The Record

Adult Golf


Monday Night Ladies League – Individual low net: Sandy Destro 31. Individual low gross: Brenda Hennessey 41, Sandy Destro 41. Team low net: Destro and Anita Lancor 67. Team low gross: Destro and Lancor 83. Closest to Pin: Brenda Hennessey (Nos. 1 and 5). Fewest Putts: Barb VanDette 14.

Green Meadows

Golf Course

The Mary Ellen Benamati Memorial Scramble was held Sunday, July 28 at Green Meadows. The first scholarship was awarded to Ariel Schuster of Westfield Academy and Central School during opening ceremonies. The scramble was won by Troy Hassenplug, Carter Hassenplug, Tyler Cozad and Brian Boyce with a score of 57. A hole-in-one was recorded by Todd Swanson on the 205-yard 13th hole, using a 3-wood. The shot was witnessed by his playing partners Doug Rothwell, Gene Nobel and Tim Abbey. Also witnessing the shot were the group on the 18th tee, Tom Bird, Kirk Frey, Steve Collichia and Rich Butts.

The Commissioner’s Award was won by the foursome of Keith Ahlstrom, Jerry Campese, Dean Salzman and Janine Salzman.

Youth Soccer

Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer

July 23, 2013


Schaffner Knight & Minnaugh P.C. 9, Pavlock Construction 1

Emily Anderson scored five goals, Cameron Katlius scored three goals and Isaiah Sisson scored one for the winners.

Aiden Testa scored the one goal for Pavlock Construction.

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Lewis Construction 7, Cow Trimmers 0

Trent Lewis scored six goals to lead the way for Lewis Construction.


Storer’s Containers 10, Parts Plus Panthers 0

Garrett Williams and Isaac Wenger each scored four goals while Brooklyn Pryll and Jordan Austin each scored one goal for the shutout.

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J&J Painting 7, McDonald’s Small Fries 2

Zach Sisson scored four goals and Austin Main scored three goals with one assist for the winners. Brogan Egan had three assists.

Ace Pierce and Kole Davis each scored goals for McDonald’s Small Fries.


Veracity Benefits 4, Mary K 3

Kennedy Pattison scored two goals while Kaylee Pattyson and Drake Pierce each scored one goal in the win. Pierce had one assist.

For Mary K, Jacob Frost, Jacob Nicholas Russo and Jacob Fishgold each scored one goal.

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Mom & Pop’s Recycling 2, Gerry Free Methodist 1

Noah Richner scored the two goals for Mom & Pop’s.

Johnathon Brockelbank score the only goal for Gerry Free Methodist.

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Cassadaga Shurfine 6, Valley Tire 3

Cameron Anderson scored four goals, Cade Egan and Austin Johns each scored one goal for the winners.

Dalton McIntyre score all three goals for Valley Tire.


Jamestown Auto

Center 6, FC Thunder 0

Robbie Penhollow, Grace Penhollow and Isabella Penhollow each scored two goals for the winners.

Hunter Thorpe, Kari Morris, Isabella Penhollow each had one assist and Grace Penhollow with two assists. Ashley Sischo is credited as the goalie for the shutout.

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Andersen Cuddihy Inc. 8, Advanced Septic Service 1

Destin Johns and Dan Andersen each scored three goals and Kyle Maurey scored two for Andersen Cuddihy.

For Advanced Septic, Tyler Keech scored the only goal.


Randy Goss Memorial Golf Tournament

The 13th Annual Randy Goss Memorial Golf Tournament is set for Aug. 17, at Rosebrook Golf Course, in Silver Creek.

The tournament is a two-person scramble, with all golfers asked to be at the course by 8 a.m. There will be a shotgun start at 9 a.m. The cost is $55 per golfer, which will include golf, cart, lunch, beverages, prizes for all golfers, closest-to-the-pin on all holes, skins and dinner at the course after golfing has been completed.

To register, or to make a donation, contact Cheryl Goss or Kyle Goss at 366-1156, or Jason Goss at 410-1538.

Nathan George

Softball Classic

The Nathan George Foundation, Inc. will be hosting The 5th Annual Nathan George Memorial Coed Softball Classic on Saturday, Aug. 10th at Promenschenkel Stadium, School No. 7 and Koch’s softball fields in Dunkirk beginning at 8 a.m.

Teams will compete for the championship title with cash prizes to the top two teams. Each team is guaranteed at least two games. Team slots are still available. Players must be over the age of 16 to participate.

The tournament will feature music by DJ Don Gould, prize raffles, 50/50 drawings, appearances by the Buffalo Jills and Dan Palmer from WDOE.

The Kids Korner, sponsored by Pride and Joy Child Care (NYS licensed day-care facility located in Fredonia), will also be available. This service is free of charge to parents while they participate in the tournament. It will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with crafts, games, pinatas, sand tables and more. All activities will be supervised by certified first aid, CPR and AED staff members. Children of non-players are welcome if accompanied by an adult.

Food and beverages will be provided by Don Bennice, Rinconcitto Criollo, Coughlan’s Pub and a chicken BBQ by Mike Porpiglia. An awards celebration and after party will take place at Rookies On The Lake immediately following the tournament.

On Friday, Aug. 9th, a Pig Roast, sponsored by Beaver Tail Catering and Chinese Auction will be held at the Fredonia Beaver Club. The dinner and auction will begin at 4:00 p.m. with live music by The Porcelain Busdrivers starting at 8 p.m. and live broadcast with Mark James and 96 KIX.

All proceeds will benefit The Nathan George Foundation, Inc., which supports youth sports programs in need and awards annual scholarships to local high school athletes.

Registration forms and schedule of the events can be found at For more information, contact Sandy George at, or Michael Cerrie at

Interested sponsors or volunteers can email Donations can be made payable to The Nathan George Foundation, Inc. P.O. Box 1315, Dunkirk, NY 14048.