For The Record
Today’s High?School?Sports Schedule
Friday, Sept. 6
CVCS at Falconer
Westfield at Randolph
Jamestown at CLCS
Dunkirk at Fredonia
Panama at Pine Valley
CVCS at Ellicottville
Portville at MG-CL
Dunkirk at Alden
Fredonia at Silver Creek
Southwestern at Gowanda
Frewsburg at Pine Valley
Westfield at Randolph
Cassadaga Country Club
Wednesday Night Ladies League – Low scores: Julie Fenton 42, Kathy Bradshaw 43, Stacy Wintersteen 45, Michelle Helmer 45, Linnea Nichols 46, Judy Dale 46, DeDe DuBois 46, Judy Mowery 46, Lori Danforth 48, Connie Dugas 48, Pam Allessi 49. Best ball: Marcia Sherwood and Sharon Harrington 25, Laura Wintersteen and Stacy Wintersteen 26, Gayle McKinney and Janet Meyer 27, DeDe DuBois and Mary Kelley 29, Nancy Snyder and Lois Hart 31, Mary Haight and Lori Danforth 31, Dory Johnson and Kim Murphy 31, Judy Wallin and Dianne Cornell 31, Jeanne Stewart and Pam Crandall 32. Closest to the Pin: Lori Danforth.
Tuesday Night Men’s League Fun Night – Four-Man Scramble: Low team score: 31 by Keith Peterson, Jack Gillette, Luke Johnson and Stephen Raghunath. Team Skin No. 6 by Rick Ludemann, Les Ludemann, Sam Conti and Bob Wahl. Closest to the line No. 6: Smokey Gloss. Longest Putt No. 8: Luke Johnson. Closest to the pin No. 9: Ross Conti. Final outing will be Tuesday, Sept. 10 followed by dinner at The White Inn.
Brocton American Legion Post 434 Wednesday Evening Men’s League – Low gross: Gary Arnold 36, Scott Jagoda 39, Ryan Swanson 39, Jay Beers 40, Kris Kane 40. Low net: Derrek Ressler 30, Kris Kane 31, Tim Wagner 31, Gary Arnold 32, Ryan Miller 32. Closest to the pin on par-3s: Dan Thompson, John Feiner. Prize hole winners: Gary Arnold, Jon Esperson. Total team points: Jay Beers and Derrek Ressler 15, Jared Ehmke and Kris Kane 14. Skins: Gary Arnold, Ryan Swanson and Kris Kane. Gary Arnold eagled the par-4 3rd hole.
Bills vs. Browns bus trip
Matt’s News is sponsoring a bus trip to the Buffalo Bills at Cleveland Browns game on Thursday, Oct. 3.
The cost is $110 per person, which includes a seat on the bus, food and beverages. The bus will depart the Fourth Ward Falcon Club at 3 p.m. sharp, and will return after the game.
Contact Nate Dolce, owner of Matt’s News, at the store at 366-4909, for more information, or to secure your spot on the bus.
Fredonia Basketball Clinic
The Fredonia boys basketball program will be hosting open basketball “Drills & Skills Clinic” for all boys who are residents of Fredonia entering grades 2-8.
The clinic begins Monday, Sept. 9 in the Fredonia High School gym. This weekly clinic will take place on Monday and Wednesday nights from 6-7:30 p.m. The program will run from Sept. 9 to Oct. 16.
Participants will focus on learning the game of basketball with an emphasis on skill development and game participation. Contact coach Lauer or coach Bertrando at 679-1581 for more information.
Blue Devil Divers
The Blue Devil Divers offer an instructional diving program for all levels of springboard diving from “Learn to Dive” to “Advanced” training. Experienced coaches will be on hand to safely instruct divers in fun and motivating sessions. Competitive opportunities are available to all divers, ages 5-18 years old.
All sessions are conducted at the Steele Hall Natatorium on the Fredonia State campus. Blue Devil Diving is affiliated with the Amateur Athletic Union and U.S. Diving. All members must register with the AAU in order to participate.
Christian Torres is the head coach of the club. While at SUNY Fredonia, Torres became a two-time All-American and SUNYAC Diving Champion. In August, he captured a gold and silver medal that the 2013 USA Diving Summer National Masters Diving competition at the University of Michigan. Coach Torres is assisted by current members of the Fredonia State Dive Team.
Classes are held Friday and Sunday, starting on Sept. 6, from 6-8 p.m. at the Steele Hall pool.
For information, or to sign up, contact Torres at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 467-0743.
Golf Tournament Set
The Annual Bob North Memorial Golf Tournament will be held at Tri-County Country Club on Sept. 22.
This is a four-man scramble with 10 a.m. registration and donuts, 11 a.m. shotgun, snacks at turn, lunch following golf. Entry covers square in football pool. Fees are $65 non-member and $40 member. Payment and application due by Sept. 20. Call Pro Shop at Tri-County for more information at 965-9723.
Pete Gilray, course superintendent, insures a very unique course set-up.
Course Begins Sept. 11
The annual basketball officiating course offered by the Chautauqua County Board of Approved Officials begins Sept. 11 in Room 250 of Jamestown High School.
The 11-week course, held each Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m., concludes with the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials examination in November. Male or female candidates need to be 18 years of age to take the course.
Veteran CCBOA board rules interpreter Roger MacTavish teaches the course, which prepares candidates for the IAABO examination and the chance to officiate area boys’ and girls’ basketball games.
Call MacTavish at 664-6339 for additional information.
The City of Dunkirk Recreation Department is seeking any interested Flag?Football players and teams.
Prospective players and managers should attend a meeting on?Wednesday,?Sept. 11 at 5:30 p.m. in the Sterns Building, 338 Central?Ave., second floor.
Games will be played on?Sunday mornings. For more information, call the Recreation?Department at 366-9885.
Steelers set for Sept. 8
Tryouts for the Dunkirk-Fredonia Steelers high school hockey team will be held on Sunday, Sept. 8, from 4-5 p.m., at the Steele Hall Ice Arena.
There will be a $10 fee for all players trying out. Players must be in grades 8 through 12 to be eligible, and all eighth-grade players must pass a physical fitness test.
Players are encouraged to bring a light and dark jersey with their name and number on it.
For any questions, call Rod at 672-6911.
Try Hockey Free
set for Sept. 7
There will be a Try Hockey For Free event on Sept. 7 at the Steele Hall Ice Arena, from 1-2:30 p.m. Equipment is provided for the first 80 participants.
Contact Mark at 716-404-9656 to reserve a spot.