Today's High?School?Sports Schedule
Saturday, Jan. 7
Chaut. Lake at Ripley Tournament
Fredonia at Small School State Duals (Phoenix, NY)
Dunkirk at RIT
Fredonia at Fredonia State
Wing City Doubles - High game scratch: Tom Battiglia and Rick Czerwinski 479. High series scratch: Alex Haase and Benny Montague 1,346. High game handicap: Battaglia and Czerwinski 522. High series handicap Haase and Montague 1,451. Other high scores: Montague 238-226-255-719, Ted Scwalbe 212-235-246-693, Battaglia 221-232-233-686, Paul Nocek 240-233-666, Gary Haase 210-201-231-642, Alex Haase 214-214-627, Greg Haase 213-218-621, Bob Wojcinski 235-614, Rick Czerwinski 257-205, Matt Larson 245, Mike Lucas 201, Jon Wdowiasz 200 and Veronica Erick 193.
Women's A League - JoAnne Arnold 198-190-530, Roxanne Buxton 173-165, Kitten Edgerton 205, Michele Frederickson 168-168, Jackie Grant 199-164-502, Shelly Gray 163, Penny Haight 169, Roberta Ppatterson 164, Shirley Salerno 160, Debbie Skinner 205-175-535, Rose Spicer 178-169. Misfits 690, Foxy Ladies 1,753.
Women's A League - Michelle Frederickson 199-186-175-560, Roxanne Buxton 214-169-531, Shelly Gray 181-176, April Jagoda 170, Roberta Patterson 165, Linda Powell 175, Joanie Rammelt 166, Shirley Salerno 176, Debbie Skinner 181-162, JoAnne Arnold 161. LT's 642-1,863.
banquet set for Feb. 4
The 15th Annual Gowanda Area Sports Banquet will be held at the Slovenian Club on Saturday, Feb. 4 beginning at 6 p.m. The event will feature a large display of local sports memorabilia, Chinese auction, door prizes, buffet dinner, presentation of awards and group photos.
Any proceeds realized from this event will go directly to purchasing trophies for the Crouse 5K Run this summer.
Please e-mail ticket reservations ($15 per person) to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Mark Benton at 532-4053 by Jan. 25.
Fredonia vs.?Dunkirk basketball games
Tickets for the Jan. 12 girls' and boys' varsity basketball games between the Dunkirk Marauders and Fredonia Hilbillies will go on sale Friday at the following locations: Fredonia High School office, Dunkirk High School office, Smith and Smith in Fredonia and Matt's News in Dunkirk.
Adult tickets are $2 and student tickets are $1. The girls' varsity game will start at 6 p.m. with the boys' varsity game to follow. Both games are at Fredonia High?School.
Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame
announces banquet ticket locations
Matt's News on Third Street in Dunkirk, Fredonia Food Mart on Temple Street in Fredonia and Jamestown Cycle Shop on Harrison Street in Jamestown are the official distribution sites for tickets to the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame banquet scheduled for Feb. 20.
The price per ticket is $50.
Inductees for the Class of '12 are Jim McElrath Sr., Bob Schmitt, Greg Peterson, the late Ben Bishop, John O'Neil and Betty Bartkowiak. The guest speaker will be Andre Reed, former Buffalo Bills' All-Pro wide receiver. Chautauqua County high school and college athletes who have earned First Team All-State or All-American status will also be honored
The Lakewood Rod and Gun Club will again host the CSHOF banquet. Hospitality begins at 5 p.m. with dinner to follow at 6:30.
Cassadaga Cougars pop can drive
The Cassadaga Cougars midget football boosters will hold a pop can drive today from 10 a.m. to noon.
Drop off points will be at the Firehall in Cassadaga, Gerry, Sinclairville and Stockton.
The Ripley Invitational Wrestling Tournament will be held today at Ripley Central School.
Teams attending the event include Cassadaga Valley, Chautauqua Lake, Dunkirk, Maple Grove, Panama, Ripley, Randolph, Southwestern, Springville, Sweet Home, Erie East, Fairview Pa., Iroquois Pa., Strong Vincent Pa., Ashtabula Edgewood, Ohio.
Wrestling begins at 9 a.m. with the finals slated to begin around 7 p.m.
Food will be served in the cafeteria throughout the day. Entry is $5 for an adult and $3 for students.
Youth girls softball clinic
A clinic for youth softball will start Sunday at the Dunkirk Recreation Center, located on the Chautauqua County Fairgrounds. The clinic will take place from 2:30-4:30 p.m., every Sunday through March 25. A $1 donation for each practice is required.
The clinic is open to all girls 8-12-years-old.
Any questions call Carl at 366-9770 or 785-4759.
Donations of softball or baseball equipment will also be accepted at these times.
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.
Dunkirk Rec Center programs
The Dunkirk Recreation Center at the Chautauqua County Fairgrounds will offer winter programs, some of which are under way.
Adult AM Walking from 7:30 to 10 a.m. weekdays; cost 50 cents. Adult Soccer from 6 to 9 p.m. Mondays; cost $2 per session.
The Recreation Depart-ment and the Dunkirk School District (21st Century Grant) are teaming up to offer an indoor youth soccer program. The program starts this upcoming week and is geared toward students in grades K through 12. It will be held at the Recreation Center. This program will be a fun way to learn the game with instruction and organized game play. The program director will be Janey Wagner. Times and dates are as follows: Grades K-1-2 on Mondays from 4 to 5 p.m. Grades 3-4-5 on Mondays from 5 to 6 p.m.
There is no cost for Dunkirk public school students due to the grant. A $25 fee will be charged to non-city residents and city students who do not attend Dunkirk public schools.
Middle School Soccer runs Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5 to 6:15 p.m. while High School Soccer runs Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. These programs are also covered under the grant for Dunkirk public school students with others required to pay the $25 fee.
Call Tom Rozumalski at 366-9885 or Larissa Aldrich at 366-9886 with any questions about the programs.