Pee Wee Travel
Fredonia Steelers 7, Jamestown Lakers 0 - Scoring for the home team came in bunches as Ryan Thompson, Michael Meredith (two), Cole Tippens, Carter D'Agostino, Taylor Mattoon and Christopher Buchanan all contributed goals in the Steelers' win.
Assists were credited to Owen Nicosia, Buchanan (two) and Thompson. Cassie Essek and Andy Tooley played well defensively. Brianna Gawronski earned her first shutout of the season between the pipes.
NCCYHA Girls' Hockey
Erie Lady Lions U-14 2, NCCYHA Steelers 0 - The NCCYHA girls' team lost a hard-fought battle to the Erie Lady Lions.
Erie goals were scored by Katie Tobin and Megan Young. Brianna Gawronski was strong in net for the Steelers.
Anyone interested in playing girls' hockey for the 2012-13 season, call Ron Kessler at 679-0241.
Northern Chautauqua Catholic School 33, St. Ambrose 2 - The Lady Monarch's relentless defense didn't allow a point for the first two quarters while compiling a 27 point lead before allowing a basket.
Quinn Bankoski and Brittany Lombardo each had eight points to lead the Lady Monarchs while Dominique Valvo and Hannah Cybart both chipped in with six points.
The Monarch's are now 5-0 in league play and will be competing in the Southtown's Catholic School Tournament over the holiday break.
NCCS 20, St. Peter and Paul 12 - Mackenzie Markham's seven points, combined with Allison Cortes and Katie Price's four points each, allowed the Lady Monarchs to defeat the Lady Saints from Hamburg.
The defensive play of Lilly Kasperek and Olivia Gullo helped limit St. Peter and Paul's Abigail Anderson to six points.
NCCS 14, Immaculate Conception 8 - Allison Cortes and Katie Price each scored four points to lead the Lady Monarchs to victory.
Kylie Warren and Bernadette Banach played well defensively to contain Carson Helmicki of Immaculate Conception to four points.
NCCS 15, St. John Vianney 9 - After a close first quarter, the Lady Monarchs were able to pull away against St. John Vianney.
Katie Price's six points and Allison Cortes' four points paced the Lady Monarchs to victory. For NCCS, Lilly Kasperek and Jessica Beehler played stellar defense against St. John Vianney's leading scorer Anna Vanwie.
Monday Night Mixed Couples - High team game: Troutmans 668. High team series: Troutmans 1,889. High individual game men: Russ Delahoy 213. High individual game women: Paula Troutman 196. High individual series men: Bob Patterson 564. High individual series women: Troutman 524.
Other high scores men: Delahoy 540, Patterson 206, John Taber 195-202. Other high scores women: Del Jusko 168-189-504, Carol Wise 179-180-498, Cathy Gould 169-449, Cheryl Doner 160-161-446.
Chosen Ones - Team high scratch series: S. Fadale Enterprises 2,430. Individual high Scores: Debbie Kirell 160, Gayle Murphy 192, Amy Hadley 164-190, Sheryl Ludemann 169, Lois Jones 162, Katie Schrader 164, Monica Delcamp 162, Deb Delcamp 189, Cindy Zolnoski 184.
Chosen Ones - Team high scratch series: Rat Bass Turds 2,435. Individual high scores: Katie Schrader 194-169-508, Tracey Ebling 178, Lisa Lillie 172-167, Sharon Sprague 162, Sharon Palmer 164, Christa Meder 168, Cindy Ellman 163.
Wing City/Ebonite Doubles - High game (scratch): Tom Battaglia and Rick Czerwinski 456. High Series (scratch): Gary Haase and Greg Haase 1,260, Battaglia and Czerwinski 1,260. High Game (handicap): Matt Eaker and Kevin Rose 512. High Series (handicap): Eaker and Rose 1,446.
Other high scores: Todd Langworthy 224-225-239-688, Eaker 222-217-234-673, Battaglia 201-259-211-671,Chad Cerrie 206-237-227-670, Greg Haase 203-211-227-641, Gary Haase 224-202-619, Ted Schwalbe 200-217, Bob Wojcinski 204, Czerwinski 213, Rose 225, Benny Montague 219-212, Devon Fijal 197, Mike Lucas 235.
Silver Creek Firemens - Individual high scores: Tony Galfo 250-258, Todd Ellman 257, Gary Reynolds 255, Scott Kawski 268, Brian Sikorski 259.
Saturday Nite Drifters - High team game: TEA-J 920. High team series: TEA-J 2,562. High individual game men: Ernie Clareus 236. High individual game women: Kelly Carriero 187. High individual series men: Clareus 646. High individual series women: Carriero 508.
Other high scores: Kate Bixby 179-161, Carriero 169-187-508, Linda Spencer 181-171, Terri Frost 181, Anita Clareus 178, Andy Carriero 222, Clareus 236-218-646, Doug Day 207.
Paul Hill Memorial - High team game: South Dayton Hotel 1,093. High team series: South Dayton Hotel 2,984. High individual game men: Mike Meyers 256. High individual game women: Kathy Earle 226. High individual series men: Meyers 684. High individual series women: Earle 589.
Other high scores: Steve Grimm 210-202, Ed Howard 232-214-621, Ken Purdy 244-610, Ryan Stefanik 224-215-631, Robbie Coulon 214-213-220-647, Ray Sanford 205, Meyers 256-243-684, Ernie Clareus 214, Justin Clareus 210, Daren Waterman 214-205, Brian Schulz 239-611, Joyce Purdy 168, Dee Connolly 164-191, Nancy Earle 183, Kathy Earle 188-226-175-589.
Valley Pool League
Mixed League - Team scores are as follows: Whiskey Hills Saloon I 34.5 wins, Back Yard II 28, Witch Kitch II 26.5.
Individual leaders for men and women are: Men: Bob Warsitz 232 balls, Dan Matteson (228), John Leckliter (228). Women: Patsy Klemens (217), Dee Emott (198), Kayla Schafer (190).
The following had perfect scores of 24: Witch Kitch: Fred Chamberlin and Kevin Tarbell (WK I), Whiskey Hills Saloon: Layne Fox and Todd Rizzo (WHS I).
Skate With the
The Fredonia State hockey team will hold its annual "Skate with the Blue Devils" on Wednesday, Jan. 4 from 6 to 7 p.m., at Steele Hall Ice Arena.
Participants will take part in hockey drills, skills, fun and games. Admission for the event is a canned good which will be donated to a local food bank.
Full equipment is required.
For more information, contact Fredonia State coach Jeff Meredith at Jeffrey.Meredith@fredonia.edu.
DHS Baseball Fundraising Comedy Night
The Dunkirk baseball fund-raising comedy night will take place Jan. 14 at the Dunkirk Moose Lodge.
Nick Siracuse will emcee the event along with Steve Burr and WGR's Greg Bouch.
Tickets are a $10 donation with a light menu available. Tickets are available at Matt's News, any elementary school, middle school and high school. They can also be purchased by contacting any varsity baseball parent or Frank Jagoda at 366-9387 or 785-4313. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m.
Kids' Night Out
Fredonia State's women's lacrosse and men's soccer teams will be hosting a 'Kids' Night Out' today, from 6:30-9:30 p.m., at Steele Hall.
The cost will be $10 per child and concessions, games, crafts and prized will be available.
Call 673-3279 for more information.
Susan G. Komen WNY Race Registration Set
The Western New York Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure has opened registration for the 2012 Susan G. Komen Western New York Race for the Cure. The race will take place Saturday, June 9 at 10 a.m., in the Delaware Park Rose Garden.
Participation is open to all who would like to run, walk, volunteer or donate. Last year, more than 7,500 participants joined the race and raised more than $658,000. The proceeds from the race benefit our local community with 75 percent of funds staying in Western New York. The remaining income went to the national Susan G. Komen for the Cure Grants Program to fund breast cancer research throughout the country. This year's goal is to raise more than $700,000.
This year's race fees for participants are as follows: adults, $25; youth (ages 6-13), $10 and children 5 and under are free. If participants would like to be timed, there is an additional $2 fee for timing chips. Prices will then go up after June 1, so early registration is encouraged. Participants may sign-up as individuals or form a team and all above age 5 will receive a free race T-shirt.