For the Record
Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer
Tournament Play Second Day
J & J Painting 2, McDonald’s Small Fries 2 – J & J Painting defeated McDonald’s Small Fries in penalty kicks to take the title. Zach Sisson and Austin Main scored from J & J Painting while Kole Davis scored both goals for the Small Fries.
Storer’s Containers 9, Parts Plus Panthers 0 – Garrett Williams scored four goals, Jordan Austin three and Isaac Wenger and Nate Kain one each, as Storer’s Containers took third place.
Mom & Pop’s Recycling 2, Valley Tire 1 – Erma Jean Wolcott and Noah Richner led Mom & Pop’s Recycling to the title as each scored a goal. Brant Haskins scored the lone goal for Valley Tire.
Gerry Free Methodist 4, Cassadaga Shurfine 1 – Gerry Free Methodist earned third place with its win over Cassadaga Shurfine. Jon Brockelbank had the hat trick while Kolton Gibbons added a goal and Alex Runge an assist in the win.
Cameron Anderson scored Cassadaga Shurfine’s lone goal.
Veracity Benefits 2, Mary K 0 – Drake Pierce scored two goals to help Veracity Benefits secure third place. Jarret Runge and Kaylee Pattyson picked up the assists.
Jamestown Auto Center 5, Andersen Cuddihy 1 – Robbie Penhollow and Grace Penhollow had two goals each as Jamestown Auto Center took the title. Hunter Thorpe added a goal in the win.
Destin Johns scored for Andersen Cuddihy.
FC Thunder 3, Advanced Septic Service 1 – Jeff Fishgold, Eli Johns and Paige Hitchcock scored for FC Thunder, which took third place with the win.
Scenic Heights Golf Course
Wednesday Travel League – Ed Tofil shot the low round of 74 at Scenic Heights Golf Course in Wattsburg, Pa., while Carlos Troche finished second with 77. Tofil’s round included a pair of 37’s, with his front-nine 37 matched by Troche.
Flight winners were Dennis Gawronski Sr. (B Flight), Pat Weaver (C Flight) and Frank Benamati (D Flight). Winner of the Commissioner’s Award was league commissioner, Bruce Chrabasz.
Untied birdies were recorded by: A Flight: Joe Michalski (No. 3), Mike Willoughby (No. 4), Tofil (Nos. 9 & 18), Gary Richardson (No. 10) and Al Etzel (No. 17). B Flight: Wayne Ormsby (Nos. 6 & 9), Butch Mackowiak (No. 10), Jeff Kubera (No. 11), Gawronski (No. 12) and Paul Olkowski (No. 13). C Flight: Doug Grace (No. 7), Dave Criscione (No. 8) and Dave Franklin (No. 9). D Flight: Jim Ellman Sr. (Nos. 3, 11 & 17), Adam Gornikiewicz (Nos. 5 & 16), Len Leszkowicz (No. 7), Doug Newman (No. 8) and Gary Haase (No. 14).
Closest to the pin were: John Slaughter (No. 1), Pete Gawron (No. 3), Joe Bifaro (No. 14) and Michalski (No. 18). Top point winners were Michalski 24, Ellman 20, Gawron 19, Bifaro 19 and Slaughter 19.
Season points leaders: Franklin 311, Michalski 278, Richardson 243, John Bongiovanni 242, Criscione 214, Tofil 210, Bob Thompson 189, Kubera 176, Kerry Murphy 170, Gawron 162.
Next week, the league will hold its third major of the season, the Pennsylvania Open, at Kane Country Club in Kane, Pa. There will be a shotgun start at 9:30 a.m. Golfers are requested to be at the course by 9:00.
Tri-County Country Club
2013 Ladies Class Championship – Championship Flight: Jane Fisher 101, Brenda Clarke 102, Diane Zwitch 107. B Flight: Carol Luczak 117, Grace Grundtisch 118, Rosemary Mancuso 119.
Cassadaga Country Club
Thursday Night Men’s League – Low scores: Tom Gauronski 37, Dan Butts 38, Mike Schwertfager 38, Ron Mason 41, Alex McQuiggan 41.
Closest to the pin hole: Schwertfager (No. 6). Low net: Schwertfager 33. Skins: Schwertfager (No. 1, birdie), McQuiggan (No. 9, eagle).
Sugar Hill Golf Course
The Girls 4 Golf Tuesday Night League – Low gross was won by Nancy Phillips with a 47. She was followed by Judith Waterman with a 48 and Vicki Westling with a 49. Low net went to Westling, Deb Yerico and Phillips, who each carded a 33 while Deb Yerico Jr. followed with a 34. Judith Waterman had a 35 and Sue Johnson and Jane Ellman a 36 each.
Prizes for the evening were won by Deb Yerico Jr for closest to the pin on No. 3 and Suzanne Elias for name picked for going in the water on No. 2. The excitement for the evening was Phillips for her chip shot on No. 9 that resulted in a birdie.
The Girls 4 Golf will be supporting the Cassadaga Country Club “Pink The Links” to benefit Roswell Cancer Institute on Saturday, Aug. 24, with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Several prizes will be given, including a chance to win a new car from Robert Basil Dealership. Contact Cassadaga Country Club for more details.
Dunkirk Moose Thursday Golf League – Pat Mackowiak 43, Phil Maslak 43, Shawn Hennessey 44, Tom Lesch 45, Rick Bauza 45, Pete Criscione 45, Gordy Haight 46, Rick Ludemann 46.
Untied birdies: Ludemann (No.5), Mark Gugino (No. 7). Closest to the pin: Lesch (No. 3).
Pinehurst Golf Club
Men’s Merchant League – Low gross scorers: Lyndon Smith 37, Dave Willebrandt 37, Dick Frost 39, Gary Arnold 40, Paul Nasca 42, Mike Vandevelde 42, Andy Deakn 42, Mike Reed 42, Josh Cole 43, Marty Hemmer 43, Dave Wilson 43.
Low net scores: Jake Weingart 30, Tyler Bailey 31, Bob Hunt 32, Larry Colvenbach 33, Jeff Jaynes 33, Rick Rotunda 35, Randy Button 35.
Gowanda Country Club
Ladies League – Low gross: Joyce Bigelow 45, Kim Gier 48, Sue Bastedo 49, Gail Kenny 49, Lois Piscittli 49.
Low net: Cheryl Horschell 34, Andrea Parshall 34, Dawn Zopp 36, Margare Pentaasugugilo 28.
Hillview Golf Course
First Ward Falcon Club Thursday Golf League – Low net: Ron Szach 32, Pete Pinkoski 29. Team skins: Greg Haase and Tom Zielinski (No. 5), Pinkoski and Ed Tofil (No. 9).
Closest to the pin: Don Kujawa (No. 3), Szach (No. 5), Ken Kaus (No. 5), Pinkoski (No. 9). Most points won: Dan Kaszuba 12, Doug Lesinski 12.
FHS Cross Country Team
The Fredonia High School cross country team will start team practice on Monday, Aug. 19, at 4 p.m., on Tinman Hill at SUNY Fredonia.
All athletes are required to have a current physical and a completed health history form turned into the school nurse by Friday, Aug. 16. All athletes also must turn in a waiver if their parents were unable to attend the parents’ meeting last week and the parents must complete the risk form.
Athletes must have all four requirements filled prior to the first practice and all athletes are welcome to run cross country. Any questions should be directed to coach Mark Fitzgerald by calling 679-1298 or coach Carol Zirkle by calling 785-0283.
Dunkirk Sports Information Meeting
All Dunkirk City School District student athletes interested in participating in a modified, jayvee, or varsity sport for the 2013-14 school year are urged to attend a sports information meeting on Thursday Aug.15, at 6 p.m., in the high school auditorium.
All required paperwork will be handed out and can be completed at the meeting. The sports information meeting is an opportunity to ask questions and obtain information about athletics at Dunkirk City Schools.
High School Volleyball
The Southern Tier West Board of Certified Volleyball Officials will be conducting classes for all those interested in officiating high school volleyball in New York State.
Classes will be held on Tuesday evenings, starting August 13 at the Ashville BOCES from 6-9 p.m.
For more information, contact Curt Miceli by email at email@example.com or by calling at 397-9805.
Southern Tier Bills Booster Club
The Southern Tier Bills Booster Club will hold a general meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 14, at the Kosciuszko Club, starting at 7 p.m.
Sunset Bay Experience
The Sunset Bay Experience day-long events and activities will be held Aug. 17 at The Sunset Bay Beach Club and Cabana Sam’s Sunset Bay Grill in Irving.
The day will begin with the 4th Annual 5K Run and 2.5K Eugene “Large” Kopycinski Memorial Walk at 9:30 a.m. The race starts and ends at the Sunset Bay Beach Club. The course takes runners over Iola Drive, through Sunset Bay and down South Shore Drive, twice. Course maps and registration are available on the website at www.SunsetBayExperience.com.
After the race and refreshments, Cabana Sam’s Sunset Bay Grill will hold a craft show. Unique beach glass jewelry, Avon and tupperware products will be on sale. Vendors will be displaying their wares from noon to 6 p.m. at this beachside marketplace. Tables are still available on a limited basis. Contact Nancy Noreck at firstname.lastname@example.org or 913-7188.
Cabana Sam’s will offer discounted drinks throughout the day with live music and “Minute-To-Win-It” games.
Tickets are available for purchase for the Basket Auction.
The Sunset Bay Volunteer Fire Department members will compete in the first “Sons of the Beach” Hose Race down Newton Avenue, with discounted drinks for volunteer firefighters (with ID and a driver’s license) at the Sunset Bay Beach Club following the trophy ceremony.
For more information, contact Anne Neaf at 907-0219.
Hammerhead Swim Club
Hammerhead Swim Club early registration will take place Aug. 19-20 from 4:30-6 p.m. at the Fredonia State University Pool in Steele Hall.
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 urged to attend a sports information meeting, 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.
The Chautauqua County Hockey Association will offer three levels of adult play this season. All games are played at Fredonia State University. The divisions are: A Division (advanced), B Division (intermediate) and C Division (novice).
Anyone interested in participating in any one of the three divisions or have any questions should contact Bill Anderson at 679-1665. The season begins Aug. 30.
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.