For the Record
Cassadaga Valley Youth League
Schaffner, Knight & Minnaugh P.C. 8, Lewis Construction 2 – Cameron Katilus scored four goals while Emily Anderson had a hat trick for the winners. Nathan Bailey added a goal for Schaffner, Knight & Minnaugh P.C.
Trent Lewis and Maddie Walker scored for Lewis Construction.
Pavlock Construction 7, Cow Trimmers 3 – Kevin Herrington scored six goals in the win while Payton Meder added the other.
For the Cow Trimmer, Bryce Jedrysik scored two goals and Summer Cieplinski one.
J & J Painting 8, Storer’s Containers 0 – Zach Sisson had the hat trick for J & J Painting while Austin Main had two goals. Ella Pacos, Ella Eckstrom and Ben Elder all had a goal in the win while assists went to Main (two), Brogan Egan, Alex Kahle, Eckstrom and Elder.
McDonald’s Small Fries 10, Parts Plus Panthers 2 – Ace Pierce scored seven goals for the Small Fries while Kole Davis had two and Owen Myers one.
For the Panthers, Natalie Dossey and Isak Wojcinski each had a goal.
Mom & Pop’s Recycling 3, Valley Tire 1 – Hannah McChesney scored two goals in the win for Mom & Pop’s Recycling while Ermajean Wolcott had the other.
Dalton MacIntyre scored the lone goal for Valley Tire.
Gerry Free Methodist 4, Veracity Benefits 0 – Jon Brockelbank led the winners with three goals while Carter Sisson had the other. Adding assists were Meghan LeBaron, Kolton Gibbons and Branden LeBaron.
Cassadaga Shurfine 5, Mary K 3 – Jayden Moore-John and Cade Egan had two goals each in Cassadaga Shurfine’s win while Cameron Anderson added the other.
Mary K received goals from Aryan Carte, Jacob Fishgold (assist) and Hayden Myers.
Jamestown Auto Center 6, Advanced Septic Service 0 – Hunter Thorpe and Isabella Penhollow scored two goals apiece while Robbie Penhollow and Grace Penhollow each scored one. Assists were credited to Robbie Penhollow, Kaylee Deering, Grace Penhollow and Thorpe.
Andersen Cuddihy, Inc. 3, FC Thunder 0 – Destin Johns scored two goals for Andersen Cuddihy, Inc., while Kyle Morey had the team’s other goal. Dan Andersen picked up an assist in the shutout win.
Hillview Golf Course
Monday Night Utility League – Low scores: A Division: Brian Manning 40, Jim Szalkowski 41, Lenny Truby 43, John Lakas 44, Joe Majkut 44, Mike Willoughby 44, Pete Borzilleri 45, Ron Marsh 46, Jim Waite 46, Larry Tibbetts 46. B Division: Tom Swank 48, Keith Medley 48, Tom Jagoda 49, Doug Newman 49, Jim Michaels 49, Chris Penfold 50, Ken Morrison 50, Steve Colicchia 50, Jamie Gallarza 52, Ted Deszcz 52.
Skins: A Division: Jess Marino (No. 6). B Division: Medley (No. 2). Closest to the pin: John Taddio (No. 5).
First Ward Falcon Club Thursday Night League – Low net: Ed Wlodarek 31, Tom Gregoreski 32, Don Kujawa 32, Rob Tracy 33.
Team skins: Kujawa and Fritz Worosz (No. 9). Closest to the pin: Ed Tofil (Nos. 2 & 8), Larry Klajbor (No. 5). Most team points won: Harvey Tofil and Ray Kubiak 14.
Women Who Golf for Fun – Low scorer for the Women Who Golf For Fun was Pat Kaus while Carole Hudson came in second and Sandie Gloss third.
Tied for Golfer of the Week were Phyllis East and Joyce Cullen. Lynn Stetson was a guest golfer.
Golfing will be held next Wednesday, with tee time set for 10 a.m. The women should note a sign-up sheet has been posted at the club house for the annual end of season banquet to be held at Shorewood on Wednesday, Aug. 28, immediately following golf.
Tuesday Night Men’s League – Low scores: Dennis Gawronski Sr. 38, Carlos Troche 39, Jim Szalkowski 39.
Top point winners: A Flight – Troche 7; B Flight – Gawronski 6.5; C Flight – Joe Bifaro 8; D Flight – Jaime Ruiz 8.5.
Closest to the pin: Julio DeLeon (No. 5). A & B skins: Brian Manning (No. 6), Gawronski (No. 9). C & D skins: Pat Mackowiak (No. 2), Jack Hood (No. 4).
South Hills Golf Course
McDonald’s Senior Tour – The following are the top scores using the Stableford Scoring system. A Flight: Phil Holland +6, Dave Allen +5, Ed Westerling +5. Low gross: Denny Ayers 75. B Flight: Ken Aldrich +7, Jim Watt +7, Dan Kelly +6. Low gross: Aldrich 82, Randy Chamberlin 82. C Flight: Ted Valone +15, Bill Davenport +12, Ray Cenni +12. Low gross: Davenport 81, Jim Mason 81. D Flight: Dene Lindquist +14, Jim Wahlberg +14, Dave Snyder +11. Low gross: Lindquist 82. E Flight: Red Johnson +11, Herb Hern +10, Harold Eckwahl +9. Low gross: Dave Nichols 93. F Flight: Tom Gooch +11, Don Garfield +9, Tom Harte +7. Low gross: Gooch 101.
Closest to the pin: Valone (No. 4), Pat Hepinger (No. 9), Bill Saulsgiver (No. 13), George Leopold (No. 15).
The Tour’s next match is scheduled to be played at Venango Valley Golf Course on Aug. 5. Tee times are set for 9 a.m.
Gowanda Country Club
Ladies League – Low gross: Kim Gier 42, Joyce Bigelow 44, Tina Fracella 49, Jan Parker 49. Low net: Trudy Jackson 34, Cheryl Murphy 35, Dawn Zopp 36, Andrea Parshall 39, Donna Colletta 39.
Cassadaga Country Club
Monday Night Men’s Golf League – Tim Bulger 35, Dan Butts 40, Allen Chase 40, Don Meder 40, Dave Snyder 41, Bill Baker 42, Tom Lancaster 42. Low net: Chase 31
Closest to the pin: Jerry Bradigan (No. 6). Skins: Greg Wise (No. 2, birdie), Matt Wallace (No. 1, birdie), Doug Sterling (No. 8, birdie).
Senior Baseball League
Stericycle A’s 7, Silver Creek Braves 4 – Mike Korzeniewski went the distance scattering six hits while striking out a season-high nine Braves’ batters. Doug Clark led the offense with a grand slam home run while Jim Quinn and Craig Kofod had two hits each.
For the Braves, Bob Edwards took the loss while Cody Wicks had a pair of doubles.
J.T.A. Mets 9, Stericycle A’s 5 – Chris Maggio picked up his first win of the season, allowing five runs on nine hits while striking out five. Ed Schrantz led the Mets’ offense with a triple and a single.
For the A’s, Will Griffin took the loss while Bob Bankoski, Mike Korzeniewski and Griffin all had two hits. Jim Quinn added a home run for the A’s.
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 barbecue 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 bus drivers 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 www.thenathangeorgefoundation.com. For more information, contact Sandy George at email@example.com, or Michael Cerrie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested sponsors or volunteers can email email@example.com. Donations can be made payable to The Nathan George Foundation, Inc. P.O. Box 1315, Dunkirk, NY 14048.
National Tournament Program
to Host Volleyball Camp
The JCC Girls’ Volleyball Camp is set to start Monday, Aug. 5, and run through Thursday, Aug. 8, from 8 a.m. until noon.
The camp will be held at the physical education building at JCC’s Jamestown campus and registration can be completed by going to www.sunyjcc.edu/jayhawks/sports-camps, or by calling George Sisson at 338-1269. Interested participants can also register at the door on the first day of camp. The cost is $95 and players will have the opportunity to work on all facets of the game with JCC head coach Ashley Lund and some of the JCC women’s volleyball team.
Randy Goss Memorial
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.