FSU Men's basketball hosting blood drive
The Fredonia State men's basketball team is hosting a blood drive with the Community Blood Bank in the Dods Hall multipurpose room.
The drive began Tuesday and will continue today from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Every donor will be entered into a drawing to win two tickets to an upcoming Buffalo Sabres home game.
Community Blood Bank is the sole provider of blood to Chautauqua County and 100 percent of the donations will be used locally.
Hammerhead Swim Club
Hammerhead Swim Club (HHSC) will begin practices the week of Sept. 26 from 6:15 to 7:45 p.m. at the SUNY Fredonia Natatorium.
HHSC is a private USA Swim Club which is open to all area school districts. The swim season runs September through March with weekday practices and various weekend meets.
New swimmers (ages 7 and up) must be able to swim the length of the pool without assistance. Registration will take place during practices Sept. 26-30th. Cost for the season is $350 ($150 deposit due at registration).
For those new swimmers unsure if HHSC is for them, a one-month trial is available that runs from Sept. 26 to Oct. 28 for $75. Additional details are available online at www.hammerheadswimclub.org.
FHS?Soccer to "Pink" the Field
The Fredonia girls' high school varsity soccer team will "Pink The Field" on Tuesday, Oct. 4 at 4:30 p.m. at a home game against Southwestern Central.
Instead of donning their usual orange/black jerseys, the Lady Hillbillies will wear pink jerseys that have been generously donated by Ralph Genovese and the Buffalo Tractor Trailer Institute of Hamburg.
Senior Rachael Smith is heading up this event along with the help of her teammates and Fredonia's Athletic Director Tammy Rea, who will be providing a pink soccer ball.
FHS Soccer "Kicking Breast Cancer Together" campaign is a way for the team to bring awareness to the fight against breast cancer. Pink bracelets that say "Soccer Goes Pink" will be available for sale at $3 each.
A gift basket, titled "Pinked by the Parents" will be raffled off at the game. Tickets can be purchased for $5 each.
All proceeds will be donated to the Dunkirk/Fredonia Breast Cancer Group and Circle of Love.
Cassadaga Country Club
Tuesday Night Men's Golf League Final Standings - Darren Mangine and Steve Wintersteen 267 points, Tim Bulger and Ron Juzdowski 255.5, Ron Hart and Bruce Kaus 254.5, Dick Frost and Brad Kelly 252, Jim Bickhart and Barry Wilcox 250. Manley Derby Cup Winner (most individual points for season) Ron Hart.
Elkdale Country Club
McDonald's Senior Golf Tour - Flight A: Jim Szwejbka 0, Jim Rissel 0, Randy Carlson 0, Brian Eckwahl -2. Gross: Shelly Grant, Szwejbka 79. Flight B: Dan Kelly 2, Randy Chamberlin -1, Doug Spoto -2. Gross: Chamberlin 87. Flight C: Larry Spencer 1, Dave Chall 1, Carl Sandstrom -1. Gross: Sandstrom 90. Flight D: Ray Head 2, Bill Roschy 2, Ralph Johnsen 2. Gross: Head 94. Flight E: Larry Eidens 1, Boyd Matteson 1, Herb Hern 1. Gross: Eidens 99. Flight F: Tom Harte 13, Jim Polvino 7, Bill Saulsgiver 6. Gross: Saulsgiver 99. Closest to the pin: John Slaughter (No. 4), Tom Vogan (No. 9), Jim Rissel (No. 12), Brian Eckwahl (No. 16).
Shorewood Country Club
Dan Duprey recorded a hole-in-one on No. 6, using a 9-iron. The feat accomplished on the 120-yard hole was Duprey's third career hole-in-one.
Jeff Payne charted also charted a hole-in-one on No. 6, using an 8-iron. It was his second career hole-in-one and was witnessed by Derek Dawson and Lisa Payne.
Southern Tier Flag Football
The Witch Kitch and Barney's Bums 14,
Woodards Warriors 13
The Bums offense was lead by James Lacki, catching two touchdown passes from Brad Barmore. Barmore also connected to his brother, Brian Barmore, for a clutch 2-point conversion.
The defense was lead by Nolan Christopher.
Frank Galfo Memorial Monday "A" - Steve Grimm 254-225-243-722, Mike Krzemien 297-216-697, Denny Jensen 211-228-211-650, Dan Moyer 264-648, Ryan Lipinski 203-255-646, Brian Schulz 231-244-640, Jim Vogtli 217-214-616, Eddie Howard 254, Bob Robe 211, Ed Nalepa 202, Gene Jankowski 210, Ryan Robe 222, Joey Sweda 201-216, Terry Gabel 204, Ed Abdo 222, Greg Reynolds 211, Scott Workoff 205, Ron Ferry 204, Paul Evans 212-202, Jeff Fort 216, Jim Fort 208, Kevin Lipinski 226.
Chosen Ones - High Game - Lois Jones 160, Pam Westman 176-198, Sheryl Ludeman 182, Cindy Zolnoske 176, Sharon Palmer 163, Tracy Ebling, Clean Game 209.
Team High Series - Lakeshore Orthopedic Group 2,421.
Brocton 38, Chautauqua Lake 26
The Brocton starters ran the ball at will against Chautauqua Lake's defense. Kyle Cambria had 66 yards rushing on two carries and he ran a kickoff back for his second touchdown of the day. Derek Walter led Brocton in rushing as he had four carries for 79 yards and two touchdowns. Walter also completed a 40-yard pass to Jacob Fish for a touchdown. Stevie Krystofiak took the ball in from the 5-yard line on a quaterback keeper for his first touchdown of the year. On the defensive side of the ball for Brocton, there were three forced fumbles caused by Kyle Cambria, Josh Smith and Chris Miller. Krystofiak also chipped in with an interception. Leading tacklers were Robbie Gugino (13), Garrett McFadden (12) and Kole Wisecarver (10).
Chautauqua Lake's offense was led by Kale Gilbert, who had 134 yards rushing and a touchdown. Nick Hudson had two touchdowns and Carter Davidson also scored a touchdown. Nick Hudson also led the defense with 10 tackles.