Cassadaga Country Club
Thursday Night Men's Golf League - Scott Johnson 36, Kerry Murphy 37, Don Meder 37, Dan Butts 40, Tom Lancaster 40, Kent Marsh 41, Greg Wise 41. Closest to the pin: Bob Jank (No. 15). Low Net: Kent Marsh 29. Uncontested Birdies: Rob Lancaster (No. 12). Most team points: Tri James Services, Inc.
American Legion Post 434 - Low Gross: Andy Deakin 40, Bob Remington 41, Adam Morello 41, Scott Jagoda 41. Low Net: Kris Kane 29, Jack Kujawa 31, George Petrella 31. Closest to Pin: Adam Morello (No. 4) Jon Esperson (No. 7). Longest Putt: Jim Waite (No. 9).
Chautauqua Point Golf Course
Member-Member Tournament - Scores from the two-man, net best ball event were close after the first day, but a rainy Sunday separated the field. Third place went to Jason Dudley and Corky Hull Sr., with a 124; Second went to Jim Bradford and Craig Martin with a 121 and first-place and winners of a green wind shirt went to Warren Rammacher and Dick Prince with a 119.
Dunkirk Moose Lodge No. 89 - A flight: Matt Duliba 37, Chad Gollnitz 38, Dan Nicholas 40. B Flight: Tom Rink 43, John Ellison 45, Ralph Jackson 45. Birdies: Duliba (No. 1), Dan Griffin (No. 3), Chad Gollnitz (No. 4), Doug Rylowicz (No. 5), Ralph Jackson (No. 8), Craig Carlson (No. 9). Eagles: Duliba (No. 7). Closest to the pin: Pat Mackowiak (No. 3), Nicholas (No. 8).
Chautauqua Point Golf?Course
Jim Smith had a hole-in-one on No. 8 at Chautauqua Point Golf Course on June 2. Smith used an 8 iron for the 120-yard shot. The shot was witnessed by Rolly Kidder, Mike Lyons and Barrie Spenson.
1st Ward 7, Lakeside 4
Dan Nickle led 1st Ward with two home runs, driving in four runs. Tim Wdowiasz helped his own cause with two doubles while pitching for the win. Matt Wisniewski also had a home run while Dom Bennice added a triple and Robert Nalepa and Ben Nickle all had hits.
Reid Blair had two hits for Lakeside - one of which was a home run. Kevin Tramuto added a triple while Matt Martinez, Frank Jagoda, Mike Cole and Terry Frazier each had hits.
Valley Little League
Cassadaga Beaver Club Reds 15, Cherry Creek Grey 5
The Cassadaga Beaver Club Reds opened the Gerry Tourney with a win. Leading the offensive attack for the Reds was Joe Lemay with a grand slam. Also connecting were Nolan Carpenter and Gearld Carr with three singles. Dan Anderson and Brent Goot chipped in with two singles.
Leading Cherry Creek Grey was Cody White with three singles. Also hitting safely were Ryan Snyder, Makiah Snyder and Derek Thompson.
Davis Construction 14, Mary's Deli 1
Jake Davis, Cody Decker and Alex Venn each had two singles and scored a run, while Bryson Pacos added a single for Davis Construction.
Top notch pitchers were Austin Venn, Alex Venn and Jake Davis.
Nicholas Pucci had two singles and scored the lone run for Mary's Deli. Owen Nicosia and Brayden Myers each hit singles.
Concord Babe Ruth
A's 8, Angels 6
Leading the way for the A's was Nick Iskra with two hits while Chris Saden had a double.
The Angels were led by Connor Graves' triple while Matt Haase and Miquel Fred each doubled in defeat.
Angels 8, Cardinals 1
Leading the way for the Angels was Cody Ahlstrom, Matt Haase and Randy Cooper with two hits each.
Weston Ley was the winning pitcher with 12 Ks.
Angels 8, Yankees 5
Weston Ley had two hits with a double to lead the way for Angels. Matt Haase also had two hits while William Ortalano doubled.
The Yankees were led by Kevin Holmes, Patrick LaMattea and Alex Crowell.
Dunkirk-Fredonia Steelers 7, Wilson 1
The Dunkirk Fredonia Steelers, U-14 Modified Hockey Team, moved into fourth place, in the WNYHSCL Modified Small School Division, by defeating Wilson at the Amherst Recreation Center.
Jake Majka, Nick Formanowicz and Kyle Muldowney each had two goals, while Matt Szalkowski added one. Mark Karalus had two assists. Also assisting on goals were Mike Paradis, Haley Thomason, Kevin Ganey and Mike Johnson. Majka and Formanowicz also had assists.
Eric Thomason was in goal for the Steelers.
Fall Soccer Sign ups
Registrations for Fall Local Youth Soccer will be held at the Eason Hall in Westfield today and Thursday, June 17 from 6 to 8 p.m., on Monday, June 21 from 6 to 7:30 p.m., at Dick's Harbor House in Mayville, on Tuesday, June 22 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Meeder's Restaurant in Ripley and on Thursday, June 24 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Country Fair in Brocton.
Sign ups are for children ages 4-11. (Maximum age between Aug. 1 and Oct. 31).
The fee is $20 for the first child, $15 for the second and $10 for the third (max. of $45 per family), but scholarships are available.
Games will begin mid-August and end mid-October.
For more information, contact the Westfield Recreation Department at 326-4243 or visit our website, www.westfieldrec.org.
Forestville softball fund-raiser
The Forestville Lady Hornets softball team will hold a fundraiser Saturday, June 19. The event is a softball game at the Legion Field, beginning at 10 a.m. The first game will be Forestville Co-ed faculty against Co-ed alumni. In the second game, it will be Co-ed alumni against the Forestville Fire Department.
Tickets are $7 and include lunch. A 50-50 raffle is also available.
For details, call Bob Bradigan at 965-2696.
The City of Dunkirk Youth Bureau and Recreation Office will again be sponsoring the "Summer Better Than Others Day Camp" for youth beginning at the age of 5 and who have graduated from kindergarten through 11 years old. The camp offers recreational, athletic and educational experiences for youngsters. Located on Camp Gross in Cassadaga, this summer recreational day camp features daily activities such as arts and crafts, games, lifeguard supervised fishing and swimming, theatre and much more. The maximum youth to staff ratio is 6:1 with the ratio being lower for waterfront activities.
Children will be picked up and dropped off at five designated locations in Dunkirk every morning and afternoon. Two staff counselors will be on the bus daily and will be taking an attendance check at each stop. Bus locations will be made available upon registration. Lunches will be provided by the Summer Feeding Program. The cost for one week of camp for City of Dunkirk residents is $30 per child with every additional child in the family at $20 per child For children living outside the City of Dunkirk, fees will be $40 per child and $25 for each additional child. Parents may sign children up for a maximum of two weeks.
Financial assistance and scholarships are available for City of Dunkirk students who meet the free or reduced school lunch program.
Beginning June 16, registration will be accepted for City of Dunkirk residents at the Dunkirk Youth Bureau/Recreation office located in the basement of City Hall from noon to 4 p.m. Starting June 21, non-city residents may register for camp from noon to 4 p.m. Absolutely no mail-in registrations will be accepted. Contact Patty in the Recreation office at 366-9885 with any questions.
Fredonia Midget Football
Fredonia Midget Football sign-ups for football players and cheerleaders will be held today from 5 p.m., until 7:30 p.m., at the Fredonia Little League complex off Clinton Avenue. The ages for registration are 7-12 for players and 9-12 for cheerleaders. Sign-ups are for players and will be within the age restrictions as of Oct. 31, 2010. New registrants need to provide a photocopy of their birth certificate. The cost is $40 with a $50 max for families. New this year is the 7-8-year old division and there will be no weight limit, except for 12-year olds entering seventh grade.
For more information, call Dave LeBarron at 467-2555.
F.H.S. Basketball Camp
Fredonia High School boys' basketball program will be holding a basketball camp June 28 through July 1.
The camp will run from 9 a.m., to 3 p.m., and is open to all boys entering grades 3-12. The cost is $80 per camper.
Registration will be accepted up to the first day of camp June 28. Athletes are expected to bring their own lunch.
Area high school coaches will be the instructors of the camp.
For more information, contact Greg Lauer at 912-2726.
Fredonia Girls' Basketball Camp
The Fredonia Central School girls basketball camp will take place July 6-9 at the Fredonia High School and Middle School gymnasiums.
The camp runs from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and is $90 per camper. It is open to all girls entering grades 3-12 and it is not too late to register.
The camp is geared toward teaching players skills of the game. There will be games every day along with daily competitions.
Each player is expected to arrive between 8:30 and 8:55 a.m. Camp will start promptly at 9 a.m. Athletes are expected to bring their own lunch. There will be cold pop, water and gatorade for sale at lunch time and at the end of the day. All athletes should have their ride pick them up at 3 p.m. Athletes should be picked up at 3:30 p.m. on Friday.
Checks should be made payable to Carol Zirkle; Fredonia HS; 425 E. Main St., Fredonia, N.Y. 14063.
For more information, contact Zirkle at 679-1581 ext. 2790 or 785-0283.
There will be a sign-up for boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 18. The sign-up will be in the Pool Atrium area of Steele Hall at SUNY Fredonia on June 17, between 6:30 and 8:30.