Tuesday, April 3
Brocton at Westfield
Gowanda at N. Collins
Fredonia at Springville
Gowanda at N.Collins
Fredonia at Pioneer
ALCS at Fredonia
Track and Field
Fredonia at Springville
Youth Trap League
Southern Tier Scholastic Trap League
The March 27 matches marked the mid-season point for the Southern Tier Scholastic Youth Trap League in the Eastern Conference.
Scores continue to improve with at least two perfect scores shot by members of the same team. Jacob Grimm and Jamie Hohmann, both from Randolph, ushered the first perfect scores of the season, tagging all 25 targets on their home turf against Bolivar/Richburg.
Randolph 179: Zak Kehoe 24, Cole Spengler 23, Kaleb Frink 23, Jacob Grimm 23, Michael Bowers 22, Andrew Hvizdzak 22, Dane Dechow 21 and Ashton O'Brien 21.
Ellicottville 133: Pat Morton 23, Greg Knier 20, Jesse Polick 19, Tom Good 17, James Snider 15, Doug Bliss 14, Alyssa Costello 14 and Michaela Pierce 11.
Randolph 175: Dane Dechow 24, Michael Bowers 23, Jamie Hohmann 22, Randall Oyer 22, Cole Spengler 21, Kaleb O'Niell 21, Kyle Ecker 21 and Jacob Grimm 21,
Ellicottville 142: Pat Morton 23, Carl Herman 20, Tom Sheena 19, James Snider 19, Jesse Polick 17, Tom Good 17, Greg Knier 14 and Nick Oliverio 13.
A correction, due to reporter error, should show Bolivar/Richburg with a score of 159.
Franklinville 167: Ricky Love 24, Dennis Schuyler 23, Aaron Rozeski 22, Blair Swanick 22, Dominic Zuppelli 22, Anthony Belscher 19, Joey Zuppelli 18 and Matt Wilber 17.
Pine Valley 119: Robert McKeever 20, Dominic Lemoine 18, Shaun Lanphere 16, Derek Rumsey 16, Austin King 15, Ashley Hornburg 19, Cort Morton 18, Jon Becker 17 and Brianna Lanphere 17.
Portville 159: Cole Warner 24, Michael Donnelly 22, Jared Dickerson 21, Chase Swetland 21, Logan Capito 19, Grant Milne 18, David burgess 17 and Keith Dickerson 17.
Randolph 185: Jacob Grimm 25, Jamie Hohmann 25, Michael Bowers 24, Zak Kehoe 24, Kylee Gower 23, Ashton O'Brien 22, Danielle Barber 21 and Austin Mitchell 21.
Bolivar 175: Justin Green 24, Brandon Ryan 24, Jake Best 22, Justin Best 22, Alex Roberts 22, John Ellsessor 21, Chandler Pratt 21 and Tate Joseph 19.
Ellicottville 122: Pat Morton 19, Nick Oliverio 17, Jesse Polick 18, Doug Bliss 16, Michaela Pierce 15, James Snider 13, Konnor Sanders 12 and Greg Knier 12.
Pine Valley with 390 targets, Ellicottville 397, Portville 469, Bolivar/Richburg 479, Franklinville 506 and Randolph with 539.
Gowanda APA league
Standings as of April 1 - 8 Ball Assassins, Ball busters, Simply Wicked Pool, Da Wicked Skibbies, Ronnie's Crazy 8's and Jamestown Street Tavern.
Top Gun: Gary Oehler is first in the Purple Tier. Steve Gimbrone is first in the Yellow Tier.
The Sixth Annual Fundamental Football Camp has been scheduled for July16-19 at the Chautauqua Lake Central School Football Facility.
The camp is open to all area football players entering grades 3 through 8 and runs from 8:30 a.m. to noon daily. The camp will feature non-contact technique training designed to improve an athletes beginning, intermediate or advanced skill level.
Campers will receive position instruction, speed and agility training and offensive/defensive team work from top area coaches. An emphasis will be placed on sportsmanship and teamwork. Camp tuition is $90 for the week and scholarships are available.
There is limited space available so pre-register by calling Joshua Liddell at 640-3580.
The ninth edition of the McDonald's Senior Tour will open its season with a registration brunch to be held at the Lakewood Rod and Gun Club on Monday, April 16.
Registration will begin at 11 a.m.
Any senior golfer, 60 years or older, is eligible to join the tour. Participants will be asked to sign on as a regular or as an alternate when registering. Car pooling will be encouraged when ever possible.
A registration fee of $15 will be collected at the door and $7 for the brunch.
All golfers attending are asked to bring any golf balls, shoes or clubs they wish to donate to "Bunkers In Bagdad."
Dick Nelson and Randy Carlson will be there to accept the donations.
For more information, contact Art Asquith at 595-3185.
Pinehurst Senior Scramble
The Pinehurst Senior Scramble will begin April 26 at 9 a.m.
For more information, contact Keith Rothwell at 326-4133.
Dunkirk Men's Fastpitch
There will be an informational meeting for the Dunkirk Men's Fastpitch League on Monday, at 7:30 p.m., at the First Ward Falcon Club.
All rules, league fees, and schedule will be discussed. Any new players are encouraged to attend the meeting as well.
"Game Time" Basketball Camp
at Fredonia State
The men's basketball team at Fredonia State will be hosting its third annual "Game Time" basketball camp April 9-13. The camp will run from 9:30 a.m. to noon daily and is open for both boys and girls ages 9-15.
The camp will include daily instruction in ball handling, shooting, defense and passing with the focus on 3-on-3, half-court games and daily 5-on-5 team competition.
"With a lot of the local schools off for spring break this week, we are offering a fun, competitive, action-packed week of basketball for all skill levels" Kevin Moore, Fredonia State basketball coach said.
The camp will be instructed by Moore along with his staff and players.
The cost of the camp is $80 for the week and all campers get a complimentary camp T-shirt. Walk-up registrations will be taken at the door Monday, April 9, starting at 9 a.m.
For more information, call Moore at 673-3108 or email him at: email@example.com.
Women Who Golf4Fun
The season will begin for the women on Wednesday, May 2, at Hillview. Tee-off is scheduled for 10 a.m.
The league is open to women golfers of all kinds.
A short meeting and a "Dutch Treat Pizza Party" will be held after golf.
For more information, contact Bobbi Deering at 366-5805 or Dodo Dudek at 366-3306.
Registration for the spring travel season of the Northern Chautauqua Soccer Association (NCSA) remains open until Friday, April 6. The travel club known as NC Concord competes in the Southern Tier Travel Soccer League (STTSL). This year, the club will field teams in the U10 Co-ed, U12, and U14, as well as U17 Boys and Girls divisions.
Players are still needed for the U10 Co-ed, U12 Girls and Boys divisions, and the U14 Boys division. Player openings in the U14 Girls, U17 Girls and U17 Boys division are available on a limited basis.
Registration fees are $85 for the U10 co-ed and U12 division and $100 for U14 and U17 divisions. There is a $60 uniform fee for new players only. Need based scholarships are available on a limited basis with forms available online at www.myncsa.com. Mail or drop off completed forms with payment at 103 Gardner St.,Fredonia, N.Y. 14063.
The STTSL was established in 1991 to fill a need for a more competitive program than the summer recreational model for committed, talented youth soccer players. Teams from Chautauqua County participate as well as teams from Erie and Cattaraugus counties and Bradford, Pennsylvania. Last year, both the NC Concord U14 Boys and U14 Girls teams won their division championship games held at the Town of Ellery Park and hosted by the Bemus Area Youth Soccer Organization (BAYSO).
Bi-weekly practices for travel soccer begin indoors in March and outdoors as soon as the weather permits. Games are typically held on Sunday afternoons beginning in early May and concluding with the playoff tournament at the end of June. Plans are under way for all NC Concord teams to participate in a tournament in June.
Highlights of the STTSL include the STAR program, in which a patch is awarded to one player per team each game for the star qualities of Sportsmanship, Teamwork, Attitude and Respect. STAR patch recipients are selected by their opponents at the end of each game. In addition, the league has created a zero tolerance policy for players, coaches and spectators in order to promote positive interactions with officials and everyone attending a game. To learn more about the STTSL visit www.sttsl.org.
Questions about NC Concord travel soccer should be directed to Program Director Pattie MacKinnon at firstname.lastname@example.org.