Tuesday, April 11
Pine Valley at Franklinville, 11 a.m.
Dunkirk vs. Sumter, S.C., at Mingo Bay Classic, Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Fredonia at Hamburg, 12 p.m.
Silver Creek at Gowanda, 12 p.m.
Pine Valley at Franklinville, 11 a.m.
Silver Creek at Gowanda, 12 p.m.
Club Erie at Gowanda, 5:30 p.m.
Chosen Ones - Individual high game: Sharon Harrington 163, Cindy Ellman 224, Amy Hadley 176-170, Sheryl Ludemann 165-161, Lois Jones 167, Kori OBrien 169, MaryJo Pleszewski 174, Sharon Palmer 179-181-166, Katie Schrader 187-167, Monica Delcamp 169-194, Tracey Ebling 168. Individual high series: Sharon Palmer 526. Team high scratch: Lakeshore Orthopedic 2,465.
Chosen Ones - Individual high game: Cindy Ellman 168, Katie Schrader 175-176, Tracey Ebling 173, Sharon Palmer 196. Team high scratch: S.Fadale Enterprises 2,367.
Runners Wanted for May 27 Buffalo Marathon
Buffalo - Athletes of all experience levels are invited to take part in the Buffalo Marathon on Sunday, May 27. The event offers runners the opportunity to take part in a full- or half-marathon or four-person relay race, and each course takes runners on a flat and fast scenic tour of some of Buffalo's most beautiful neighborhoods.
All marathon events begin at 7 a.m. in front of the Hyatt Regency Hotel on Pearl Street in downtown Buffalo. See maps and course information on BuffaloMarathon.com.
This year's race will feature a patriotic theme in observance of Memorial Day, giving athletes and spectators alike the chance to observe the holiday and celebrate civic pride in downtown Buffalo. For the first time ever, local music groups will provide on-course entertainment. Bands interested in performing on the course should contact the Buffalo Marathon Race Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All participants in this year's Buffalo Marathon can take advantage of a pre-race spaghetti dinner and expo on Saturday, May 26, and a race-day party and awards ceremony at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center. All marathon runners who finish under six hours receive a commemorative finisher's medal designed after the Buffalo Nickel. All half marathon runners who finish receive a similar commemorative finisher's medal.
Many runners will use the event as the opportunity to raise funds for charities and non-profits, including Hospice of Buffalo, Roswell Park Cancer Institute and research of neurofibromatosis 2. Runners may use the marathon, a USA Track and Field Certified event, as a qualifying event for the Boston Marathon. The marathon will again provide pace teams that help runner stay at their desired pace in the full- or half-marathon.
Volunteers are needed for a variety of pre-race and race day needs. Interested volunteers may email email@example.com to learn more.
A free 26.2-yard fun run for children will be held on Saturday, May 26 for kids ages 2 to 12 and will include refreshments and ribbons for all finishers. Participants can sign up at the Buffalo Marathon Expo starting at noon.
More information is available at BuffaloMarathon.com. Runners, volunteers and supporters can see the latest news from the Buffalo Marathon at Facebook.com/BuffaloMarathon and Twitter.com/BuffaloMarathon.
Third Annual DHS/FHS/CMHS Alumni Golf Tourney
The 3rd Annual Dunkirk/Fredonia/Mindszenty Alumni Golf Tournament will be held Aug. 10, at Shorewood Country Club.
Registration will be at 8 a.m., in front of the club house, with a group photo set for 8:30 and a shotgun start at 9.
Dunkirk Mayor Anthony Dolce, Fredonia Mayor Steve Keefe, former Shorewood CC golf pro Jack Shubert and current club pro Matt Clark will be on hand as the honorary starters for the event.
The four-man, best-ball format will include men's, women's and mixed teams. The cost is $75 per golfer and includes a cart, boxed lunch, beverages, dinner buffet and dessert. If anyone is interested in attending only the dinner, the cost is $25. There will be a cash bar beginning at 2 p.m., and dinner is scheduled for 3.
Following dinner, trophies for the winning teams, as well as door prizes will be handed out.
Checks should be made payable to Bill Bamonto, and mailed to 9124 Backdrop Drive, Perry Hall, MD 21128.
Anyone wishing to make a donation to the tournament can also send checks made payable to Bamonto at the above address. For donations, in the memo line of the check, donators should write, "DHS, CMHS, FHS Golf Benefit."
All donations will be made in memory of John M. Williams, Dunkirk Class of 1962 and will benefit a sports or educational organization serving the Dunkirk/Fredonia communities.
For more information, contact Bamonto at 302-832-0344, or at 302-379-1882, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer
Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer will hold signups April 17 at the Sinclairville Elementary from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., and 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on April 24 at the Cassadaga Valley Middle-High School.
All children ages 4 -14 are encouraged to play.
Visit www.cvyouthsoccer.com for more details.
McDonald's Senior Tour
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.
"Game Time" Basketball Camp
at FSU begins today
The men's basketball team at Fredonia State will be hosting its third annual "Game Time" basketball camp today thru April 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.
Pinehurst Senior Scramble
The Pinehurst Senior Scramble will begin April 26 at 9 a.m.
For more information, contact Keith Rothwell at 326-4133.
Vineyards Golf Ladies Purple Posse League
The Purple Posse League is set to begin its season on Wednesday, May 2, in the morning.
It is a golf league with a twist, not based on strokes, as it focuses on having fun as the only requirement. A different game is played every week with cash prizes. Players can come as many or as few times as they would like.
Tee times change monthly, so check the OBSERVER or call the course. If you are a Purple Posse member from last year, or would like to join, call Janet Guenther at 672-2282.
The league is planning a kick-off lunch in April.