For the record

Youth Soccer

Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer

U-6

Lewis Construction 6, Cow Trimmers 2

Trent Lewis scored three goals, Denza Fanara scored two goals and Maddie Walker scored one goal. Bryce Jedrysik and Alex Serrano each scored one goal for the Cow Trimmers.

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Schaffner Knight & Minnaugh P.C. 13, Pavlock Construction 3

Emily Anderson scored seven goals (one assist by Nathan Bailey), Cameron Katilus scored four goals and Nathan Baliley scored two goals with one assist by Connor Patterson. Scoring for Pavlock Construction was Kevin Herington with two goals and one by Aiden Testa.

U-8

Storer’s Containers 6, Parts Plus Panthers 2

Garrett Williams and Isaac Wenger each scored three goals with one assist by Brooklyn Pryll. Isak Wojcinski scored two goals for Parts Plus Panthers.

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McDonalds Small Fries 1, J&J Painting 1

Ace Pierce scored one goal for McDonald’s Small Fries and Scoring for J&J Painting was Zack Sisson to tie.

U-11

Veracity Benefits 2, Mom & Pop’s Recycling 1

Drake Pierce scored one goal (assist by Wyatt Herrington) and Kaylee Pattyson scored one goal. Scoring for Mom and Pop’s was Ermajean Wolcott.

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Cassadaga Shurfine 3, Gerry Free Methodist 2

Jayden Moore-Johns scored two goals and Cameron Anderson scored one goal. Kolton Gibbons scored two goals for Gerry Free Methodist.

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Mary K 5, Valley Tire 4

Jacob Fishgold scored three goals, Nicholas Russo (Aryan Carte with an assist) and Madilynn Hattaway (assist by Hayden Myers) each scored one goal. For Valley Tire, Dalton MacIntyre scored two goals and Emily Bindics and Hailey Rivera each scored one goal.

U-15

Jamestown Auto Center 6, FC Thunder 1

Hunter Thorpe and Kaylee Deering (assist by Isabella Penhollow and Kari Morris) each scored two goals, Robbie Penhollow and Isabella Penhollow each scored one goal. Scoring for FC Thunder was Jeff Fishgold.

Andersen Cuddihy Inc 6, Advanced Septic Service 0

Destin Johns scored four goals, Dan Andersen and Kyle Morey scored one goal. Goalie Matt Brockelbank is credited with the shut out.

Adult Pool

Gowanda APA League

Standings as of Aug. 5, 2013 – Mike’s PG Team, 8-Ball Assassins, Ronnie’s Crazy 8’S, Jamestown Tavern, Legion Machines, Jamestown St. Marauders, Twoguns Team. Top Gun: Gary Oehler is first in the Purple Tier. Derrick Stevens is first in the Red Tier. Terry Bridenbaker and Casey Smith are tied for first in the Yellow Tier. Judith Kurtzworth is first in the Blue Tier.

Announcements

Parent/Athlete Sports Meeting to be held at Forestville on Aug. 7

All Forestville Central School student-athletes interested in participating in the modified, junior varsity or varsity athletic programs being offered (including the combination sport teams with Silver Creek) during the 2013-2014 school year should attend the mandatory athletic code/risk video presentation on Wednesday, Aug. 7 at 6 p.m. sharp in the high school auditorium. Parent or legal guardian must accompany all athletes.

The Athletic Handbook/Code will be discussed and all required athletic participation forms will be available for completion during the presentation. Athletes who attend and complete the required forms will be eligible for the entire 2013-2014 school year. Video/Code paperwork must be on file prior to the start of participation in any/all programs.

Coaches will also be on hand to offer additional information specific to their programs.

Any questions may be directed to Forestville secretary Mrs. Voigt, in the high school main office at 965-2711 or Athletic Director Scott Hazelton, at shazelton@forestville.com.

DHS-CMHS-FHS

Alumni Golf Tournament

The 3rd Annual Dunkirk-Cardinal Mindszenty-Fredonia High School Alumni Golf Tournament will be held Friday, Aug. 9, at Shorewood Country Club.

The tournament, which costs $75 for golf, lunch and dinner, will begin with a group photo at 8:30 a.m., and a shotgun start at 9.

This year’s youth program is being sponsored by the Boys and Girls Club of Northern Chautauqua County. For more information, contact Bill Bamonto at 302-379-1882.

Sports meeting planned

for CLCS parents

All Chautauqua Lake Central School student athletes interested in participating in a modified, junior varsity or varsity sport at any time during the 2013-14 school year are strongly urged to attend a sports information meeting, along with their parents, on Thursday, Aug. 15 at 6 p.m. in the district auditorium.

Coaches will review a variety of topics, including season expectations, requirements and other pertinent information. All required athletic forms will be handed out and can be completed at the meeting. One set of forms will be used for the entire school year, eliminating the need to complete separate forms for fall, winter and spring seasons.

The sports information meeting is an opportunity to ask questions and obtain information about athletics at CLCS. For more information, call Secondary School Principal Josh Liddell, who supervises athletic programs at CLCS. He can be reached at the Secondary School Office, 753-5881.

Adult Golf

McDonald’s

Senior Golf Tour

Venango Valley Golf Club – A Flight: Bob Wood +5, Bill Hart +4, Dick Woodfield +4. Low gross: Bob Wood 78. B Flight: Don Hustead +5, Lynn Butcher +3, Ed Johnson +3, Jim Wirges +2. Low gross: Don Hustead 84. C Flight: Ron Willey +12, Bill Baglia +10, Don Maxson +9. Bill Baglia 81. D Flight: Harry Trippett +10, Sam Pellerito +10, Ted Bilicki +9. Low gross: Harry Trippett 86. E Flight: David Nichols +7, Ed Rumiano +6, Boyd Matteson +5. Low gross: David Nichols 90. F Flight: Tom Gooch +5, Tom McConnon +4, Junie Schenck +4, Dick Ingraham +2. Low gross: Tom Gooch 106. Closest to the pin: Jim Polvino (No. 2), Dick Joslyn (No. 11), Bob Wood (No. 13), Art Casella (No. 16).

Sugar Hill

Dunkirk Moose Thursday night golf league – Bob Adams 37, Steve Dando 41, Gabe Bauza 43, Phil Maslak 43, Pat Mackowiak 44, Rick Ludemann 45, Shawn Hennessey 45, Pete Criscione 45, Mark Gugino 47, Greg Dipalo 47, Rick Bauza 47. Closest to the pin: Steve Karin (No. 3 ), Mackowiak (No. 8). Untied birdies: Adams (No. 6).