For the Record

Youth Hockey

Squirt Division Hockey

NCCYHA Steelers 2 Cheektowaga Warriors 1

Ikaika Wojcinski and Alex Rush each scored a goal to lift the Steelers to victory. Tate Olson contributed with two assists while Joe Newton had one for the winners.

Trevor Persch and Caleb Gornikiewicz were the winning goalies.

Adult Bowling

Lucky Lanes

Monday Night Mixed Couples – High team single: Dom Polski 753. High team series: Dom Polski 1,971. High individual single: Mike Wise 227, Jenn Logan 287. High individual series: Mike Wise 605; Jen Logan 629. Other high scores: Bob Paterson 201-206, John Taber 504 series, Bob Paterson 579 series, Del Jusko 544 series, Carol Wise 525 and Jimmy Valenti 510 series.

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Women’s A League – High team game: Coughlan’s 629. High team series: Just Us 1,744.

Other high scores: Debbie Skinner 209-179-176-564, Bert Patterson 176, Joanie Rammelt 179-205-517, Michele Frederickson 165, JoAnne Arnold 176-177-501, April Jagoda 173-192-523.

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Women’s A League – High team game: Misfits 629.

Other high scores: JoAnne Arnold 179-184-209-572, Jackie Grant 167-168, Michele Frederickson 177, Debbie Skinner160-223-536, Penny Haight 163, Rose Spicer 206, Roberta Patterson 172, Linda Powell 164-169, Shirley Salerno 169, Rene Granata 189.

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Women’s A League – High team game: Just Us 639. High team series: Coughlan’s 1,765.

Other high scores: Jackie Grant 184-172-503, Michele Frederickson 186-165-169-520, April Jagoda 172, Shirley Salerno 160-160, Val Steinhoff 165, Penny Haight 163-192-505, Joanie Rammelt 165-170, Rose Spicer 170-170, Debbie Skinner 164-229-550.

K & L Lanes

Paul Hill Memorial – High team game: The Mutts 1,028. High team series: The Mutts 2,976. High individual game (men): Daren Waterman 258, Ernie Clareus 258. High individual game (women): Nancy Earle 198. High individual series (men): Waterman 706. High individual series (women): Joyce Purdy 524.

Other high scores: Mike Emke 225-223-645, Larry Brown 228, Pat Richter 200, Justin Grimm 202-212-219-633, Gene Aanerud 201, Mike Chimino 201, Mike McKeever 213-243-626, Ed Howard 232, Bobby Brown 203, Larry Butzer 212, Jacob Schulz 229, Harold Butzer 204, Robbie Coulon 206, Jeremy Jimerson 203-222, Doug Jimerson 203, Mike Meyers 213, Justin Clareus 200, Waterman 233-215-706, Purdy 176-182-166, Jamie Krajewski 161-163, Kathy Earle 180.

Youth swimming

Hammerhead Swim Club

Hammerhead Swim Club had 22 swimmers attend a NISL league meet at Eden High School on Saturday, Nov. 9.

Swimming in their first ever meet for HHSC were Max Corrente, Sam Murphy and Josh Reynolds. HHSC swimmers had 14 first-place, five second-place, six third-place and a total of 52 top-10 finishes at the meet. There were three new silver times, one new gold time and a total of 43 personal best times achieved (listed below).

8-and-under Division

Max Corrente (8) 25 Free 34.43, 50 Free 51.97, 25 Back 32.59

Adam Fred (8) 25 Free 17.98, 50 Free 38.76, 25 Back 24.52

9-10 Division

Ellie Decker (9) 50 Free 1:12.75, 50 Back 59.05

Amelia Harper (9) 50 Breast 1:00.70, 50 Fly 59.44

Sam Murphy (9) 50 Free 49.34 50 Back 47.84

Josh Reynolds (9) 50 Free 50.46, 50 Back 1:03.33

11-12 Division

Marissa Boettcher (12) 500 Free 7:26.51

Zach Corrente (12) 50 Free 34.43, 100 Breast 1:40.18

Lillee Gould (11) 50 Free 35.53; 50 Breast 51.55

Natalie Groesch (11) 50 Free 58.25, 50 Back 54.52

Grace Mroczka (12) 500 Free 6:06.29

Ronan Murphy (11) 50 Free 36.07, 50 Back 42.99

Caleb Reynolds (12) 100 Free 1:20.54, 100 Back 1:32.08

Esel Ro (12) 200 IM 2:48.35

Emily Smith (11) 50 Free 38.93, 50 Back 46.62

Tess Thompson (12) 100 Free 1:04.37 (SILVER TIME), 50 Fly 34.39 (SILVER TIME)

13-14 Division

Riley Drummond (13) 100 Free 57.13 (GOLD TIME), 50 Back 30.00, 100 FLY 1:09.19 (SILVER TIME)

Olivia Gullo (13) 50 Free 32.93, 100 Back 1:28.83, 500 Free 7:28.32

Mikayla Reynolds (14) 50 Free 27.36, 100 Back 1:09.57, 100 Fly 1:20.80

15 & Over Division

Sophie Thompson (15) 100 Free 1:17.68, 50 Fly 38.32, 500 Free 8:01.67

Adult Hockey

CCHA B League Game

Coughlan’s 6,

Dunkirk Falcons 2

Justin Jakubowicz recorded the hat trick while Aaron Marshall, Wes Buehler and AJ Burnside each scored a goal for the winners. Assists were credited to Tucker Krauza (3), Jim Rozen (2), Dustin Malkawski (2), Jakubowicz and Dan Bellis.

Chris McCracken was the winning goalie.

Goals for Falcons were scored by Dan Nickle and Matt Murphy. Assists went to Adam Woelfle and Dan Nickle.

Adult Pool

Valley Pool League

Week 6 Results and standings – Team scores are as follows: Beaver Club II is in first with 21 wins. Witch Kitch II is in second with 19 wins. Beaver Club I is in third with 14 wins. The following had perfect scores of 24: Beaver Club: Rick Falco and John Leckliter. BC II: Al Uszacki (sub). Witch Kitch: Fred Chamberlin, Gordy Cleland and Kevin Tarbell WK II. The following had a table run: Leckliter.

Announcements

Dunkirk High School Sports booster

There will be a meeting of the Dunkirk High Sports Booster today at 6 p.m. in room 112 at Dunkirk High.

Enter through the rear door off the back parking lot. All coaches and parents are welcome to attend.

Fredonia State

baseball team to host high school clinic

The Fredonia State baseball team is hosting a clinic for high school athletes on Sunday, Feb. 15. The pitching and catching clinic runs from 10 a.m to 12:30 p.m., and the hitting and defense clinic runs from 1-3:30 p.m. in Steele Hall. The cost of the clinic is $40 for one clinic, or $65 for both. Registration forms can be downloaded at www.fredoniabluedevils.com, by following the link to baseball.

Call the baseball office at 673-3743 for more information.

Fredonia State Kids’ Night Out

The Fredonia State baseball team will be hosting a Kids’ Night Out on Saturday, Nov. 16 in the Steele Hall Fieldhouse at the University.

The event, for grades 1 through 7, runs from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Registration is $10 at the door. Activities and swimming will be supervised by members of the team.

For more information, call the baseball office at 673-3743.

Gowanda football

history book to be unveiled Nov. 30

The history of Gowanda football book “Through The Eyes Of A Panther” will be unveiled at the Gowanda VFW Club on Saturday, Nov. 30 from 6-10 pm.

An open house will welcome former high school and youth coaches, players, cheerleaders, team managers and their guests.

Viewing of vintage game films and football memorabilia plus complimentary refreshments will be included during the event.

To make reservations to attend the unveiling and/or purchase a book, call Mark Benton at 532-4053 or email hidibenton@aol.com.