For the Record

Today’s Local Sports Schedule

Boys’ Basketball

Class A-2

No. 9 Pioneer at No. 8 Lake Shore, 6 p.m.

Class B-2

No. 10 Gowanda at No. 7 Lackawanna

Class C-2

No. 9 Global Concepts at No. 8 Chautauqua Lake

Fredonia State

Men’s & women’s SUNYAC swimming & diving championships, in Buffalo

Adult Floor Hockey

Dunkirk City Floor Hockey League

Miceli’s 6, Monnies 4 – Robert Barnett had five goals in Miceli’s win while teammate Mark Darling added the other.

Goals for Monnies were scored by Steve Skryzpek (two), Matt Ginley and Eric Tarnowski.

First Ward Falcons 7, Nickle Plate Depot 7 – Kris Irwin and Tim Wdowiasz had hat tricks for the First Ward Falcon Club, with Steve Keyser getting the other goal.

Nickle Plate was led by Jake Harp’s five goals while Justin Kelsey and Brad Perkins each scored a goal.

Vet’s Club 6, Kosciuszko Club 3 – Rob Bajdas and Justin Giles scored two goals each in the Vet’s Club win while Joe Jagoda and Brian Wojcinski each added a goal.

For the Kosciuszko Club, Matt Nickle scored twice and Matt Dorler once in the loss.

Miceli’s 7, Couglan’s Pub 3 – Robert Barnett scored the hat trick for the winners while teammates Matt Polvino, Matt Miceli, Nick Stott and Adam Long also scored.

For Coughlan’s Pub, Matt Wronski scored twice and John Forbes once.

Kosciuszko Club 8, Nickle Plate Depot 0 – Matt Dorler had three goals in the Dog House win while Dan Nickle and Derrick Backert each scored twice. Ben Nickle chipped in a goal in the win as well.

Adult Hockey

CCHA C League Game

EBC 3, Wicked Glen 2 – Rick Simon, Ryan Simon and Chris Irwin scored for EBC while assists went to Mike Hallmark, Marty Willow and Ryan Simon. Gloria Andolina picked up the win in net.

Kerry Meyer and Mike Brooks scored for Wicked Glen, with an assist going to Eric Williams. Nate Williams was the losing goalie.

Youth Swimming

HHSC Attends NISL Meet

at Frontier High School

On Saturday Feb. 15, the Hammerhead Swim Club had 29 swimmers attend a NISL league meet at Frontier High School. Swimming in his first meet for HHSC was Stephen Keefe. HHSC swimmers recorded four first-place, three second-place, seven third-place and 33 top-ten finishes. There were three new silver times, one new gold time and a total of 41 personal-best times achieved.

Listed below are the results:

8 & Under Division

David Barrett (8) 100 backstroke 1:42.45, 50 freestyle 41.58, 100 freestyle 1:32.70.

Grace Saye (7) 50 breaststroke 1:32.97, 50 backstroke 1:07.03.

Gracie Wdowiasz (8) 50 backstroke 1:02.87, 100 freestyle 1:55.63

910 Division

Carly Barrett (10) 100 freestyle 1:23.63 (silver)

Ellen Decker (10) 100 backstroke 2:07.92, 50 freestyle 51.43

Amelia Harper (10) 50 Fly 48.85

Stephen Keefe (9) 50 backstroke 57.68

11-12 Division

Chloe Barrett (11) 50 freestyle 35.31, 100 freestyle 1:19.65.

Zach Corrente (12) 100 freestyle 1:15.44

Jane Fortna (11) 100 breaststroke 1:48.78, 100 IM 1:35.74

Finn Frerichs (11) 100 backstroke 1:35.00, 100 freestyle 1:23.84

Lillee Gould (11) 100 IM 1:27.87, 100 backstroke 1:17.76, 50 freestyle 32.60

Jarett Maslak (12) 50 freestyle 34.20

Grace Mroczka (12) 200 freestyle 2:19.64

Esel Ro (12) 100 freestyle 1:05.94

Hannah Saye (11) 100 breaststroke 1:40.32, 200 IM 3:10.10, 100 freestyle 1:18.14

Tess Thompson (12) 200 backstroke 2:40.75 (gold)

13-14 Division

Riley Drummond (13) 200 backstroke 2:17.66, 400 IM 5:03.80

Josh Saye (13) 200 freestyle 2:19.05 (silver)

Matt Zevenbergen (14) 200 freestyle 2:11.13, 500 freestyle 5:54.07

15 & Over Division

Andrew Saye (16) 200 freestyle 2:15.48, 50 freestyle 26.61 (silver)

Lauren Skellie (16) 200 freestyle 2:34.01

Morghon Thompson (16) 200 breaststroke 2:37.69, 200 IM 2:32.33

Adult Bowling

Lucky Lanes

Monday Night Mixed Couples – High team game: Redneck Yacht Club 695. High team series: Redneck Yacht Club 1,942. High individual game (men): Bob Paterson 225. High individual game (women): Jenn Logan 226. High individual series (men): Paterson 639. High individual series (women): Logan 610.

Other high scores: Logan 191-193, Jimmy Valenti 206-550, Paterson 221, John Taber 205-513, Carol Wise 218-199-574, Eleanore Pacos 172-174, Mary Benner 172-161, Betty Tallchief 191. Wise, Taber, Valenti and Logan all had clean games.

Lakeview Lanes

Riles & Woolley Tuesday Night League – Individual high game: Kevin Zola 277. Individual high series: Daren Lillie 637. Other high scores: Josh Azzarella 207, Lillie 235, Anna Anastasia 154, Danielle Azzarella 179, Misty Fuglewicz 166, Barb Azzarella 178, Abby Hansen 153, Zola 613.

Announcements

NCCYHA Accepting Applications

for Head Bantam Coach

The NCCYHA Steelers announced that they are accepting applications for the position of head coach for the Bantam level.

Interested applicants can submit a letter of interest to Mark Wojcinski, Coaching Coordinator, via email at coachwojo@gmail.com. Deadline for applications are Monday, March 3, and interviews for qualified candidates will take place on Wednesday, March 5, or another mutually accepted day and time.

CVCS vs. OTC Boys

Basketball Venue Change

The Section 6 Class C-1 quarterfinal boys basketball game between Cassadaga Valley and OTC Middle College scheduled for Friday, Feb. 21, has been moved from ECC to MST Seneca High School, which is located 101 Hertel Avenue, in Buffalo. The game will begin at 7 p.m.

CLCS Softball Clinic

There will be a softball clinic held at Chautauqua Lake Central School on March 29, from 9 a.m. to noon for all girls ages 8-13.

Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. To pre-register, access the Chautauqua Lake School website and the form will be in the Virtual Backpack located in the Elementary School section.

The clinic will include fundamental drills involving hitting, fielding (outfield/infield), pitching and catching. Former players in the area, along with the Chautauqua Lake varsity softball players will be the instructors for the morning.

Each participant will receive a T-shirt and a window decal. Cost for the clinic is $20 for one girl and then $15 for each additional family member.

For more information, contact Sue Teets at 753-5831 or 969-6167.

Fredonia Little League Registration

Fredonia Little League will hold registration for baseball and softball on Saturday, Feb. 22 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Wednesday, Feb. 26 from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Fredonia High School cafeteria.

Registration will be held for the following divisions: boys and girls t-ball, ages 4-6, boys and girls Hathaway League, ages 6-8, Cerrie League baseball, ages 8-9, boys Wright League baseball, ages 10-12, and Senior boys baseball for ages 13-16.

In the softball division, registration will be held for teams in the minor league, ages 7-9, and major league, ages 10-12.

Participants must be a resident of the Fredonia Central School district.

The cost is $50 for t-ball and $75 for all other leagues including softball. There is a cap of $185 per family.

All new and returning players must register and a copy of a birth certificate is required for all new players.

Coaching and umpire applications will also be accepted at the registration session. All coaching applications, accompanied by a copy of a driver’s license, must be received by the FLL Board of Directors by March 3 in order to be considered for a coaching position.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Chad Bongiovanni at 680-2656.

Dunkirk Recreation

Department Baseball Clinic

The Dunkirk Recreation Department will be offering an indoor baseball clinic for youths between ages 6 and 12. The clinic will begin today and run each Wednesday until March 26.

The daily schedule is as follows: ages 6-9 from 5-6:15 p.m. and ages 9-12 from 6:15 to 7:45 p.m.

Clinic fee will be $25 for city residents for the six-week session.

Dunkirk Recreation Department Continues Offering Indoor Soccer

The Dunkirk Youth and Recreation Department will continue to offer an indoor soccer program for children in grades K-5 at the Recreation Center. Session 2 will begin on Feb. 24 and runs through March 24.

Grades K-2 are on Monday from 4 to 5 p.m. and grades 3-5 are also on Monday from 5-6:30 p.m.