Fredonia Hathaway Division
Tradition Agency vs.
NC Concord wins Southern Tier Travel Soccer game
Tiona Pittman scored two goals and Abbey Zentz added one as NC Concord U-14 blanked BAYSO, 3-0. Sophie Thompson, Ashleigh Hobbs and Zoya Katta were credited with assists. Ashleigh Hobbs and Morgan St. George showed strong defensive games. Alex Zentz had a shutout in the net and Dominique Riforgiato received the STAR player award from BAYSO. Sunday the team will travel to Olean for a 1 p.m. game against EMSC. Pictured is NCSA midfielder Marina Kessler as she boots the ball to her forward looking for a scoring opportunity.
Tradition Agency's Eva Storm and Trevor Persch played stellar defense. Jacob Sullivan and Daisia Draggett hit the ball hard at the plate.
Blasdell Pizza's Joey Brown and Jameson Quinn had the hot gloves on defense. Jack Fortna and Brycen Drummond hammered the ball in their at-bats.
Fredonia Major Softball
Gullo GreenScape 10, St.George 7
Sidney Bigelow and Hannah Gullo each pitched three innings of no-hit ball to lead their team in a tight game.
Bigelow struck out seven in her three innings and Gullo finished up the game striking out four. Leading the way with the bats for Gullo GreenScape was McKenna Leid with a double and a single.
Megan Kite and Grace Pucciarelli pitched well in defeat, allowing only two hits.
Gullo GreenScape 16,
Tony's Shoe 9
Jenna Leid and Hannah Gullo had a hit apiece to lead Gullo GreenScape to victory. Sidney Bigelow and Hannah Gullo combined to pitch a two-hitter, striking out 11.
For Tony's Shoe, Courtney Morrison and Lizzie Franchina each had a hit.
Tuesday Night Men's League - Carlos Troche 38, Jack Hood 45, Jim Sedota 46, Ken Kaus 46, Dave Miller 46, Cort Bracken 46. Skins: Carlos Troche (No.1 and No. 4). Julio Deleone (No. 6) and Cory Bracken (No. 8). Closest to the pin: Bob Manning (No. 5).
Monday Night Utility League - Low scores: Mike Kelly 35, Bob Manning 42, Keith Medley 42, Matt Hutchinson 43, Robin Hill 44, John Waterman 44, Ron Marsh 44, Brian Manning 44. Skins: Mike Kelly (No. 1). Closest to the pin: Jim Waite (No. 5).
The Women Who Golf For Fun - Tied for lowest score were Pat Kaus and Carol Kowalewski. Linda Hodorowicz came in second. Hodorowicz also drove closest to he pin on No. 5. The women will meet again next Wednesday, gathering at 9:30 a.m. and teeing off at 10 a.m. This will be the last practice game before the league officially starts on Wednesday, June 6. Then they will meet at 8:30 a.m. and tee off at 9 a.m. Women golfers are encouraged to join.
For further information, call Bobbi Deering 366-5805 or Julie Ortendahl 366-3067.
Wednesday Morning Ladies Purple Posse League - This week's game was pull tees. Winners were Marcia Casella, Audrey Parker (second place) and a tie for third place between Barb VanDette and Donna Allesi. Purple Posse will be teeing off at 10 a.m. May 30. All skill levels welcome.
monday Night Ladies League - Individual low net:?Barb?VanDette 30. Individual low gross:?Brenda Hennessey 41, Cindy Chimera 41. Team low net:?Hennessey and VanDette 63. Team low gross:?Chimera and?Annita Luce 88. Closest to the pin:?Jeanne Pagano (No. 1), Marcia Casella (No. 5). Fewest putts:?Hennessey 11.
Senior Golf Tour
Peak n Peek Golf Course - A-Flight: Roger Millspaw +6, Corky Weary +4, Art Asquith +4, Shelly Grant (Gross 77). B-Flight: Ron Juzdowski +9, Bruce Carlson +6, Bill Young +5, Bill Cross (Gross 80). C-Flight: Nin?Privitera +8, Merle Elkin +5. Harry Trippett and?Bob?Wood +4, Elkin (Gross 87). D-Flight: John Slaughter +7, Don?Armstrong +6, Charlie Krause +5,?Armstrong (Gross 92). E Flight: Cass Culotta +10, Sam?Conti +9, Ed Rumiano +8, Conti (Gross 96). F-Flight: Dave Nichols +14, Jim Polvino +9, Tom?Harte +9, Nichols (Gross 92).
Closest to the pin:?Dave Woodfield (No. 2), Ray Head (No. 8), Jim Wirges (No. 11) and Jim?Rissel (No. 16).
The Girls4Golf Tuesday Night League - Low score went to Judith Waterman and Sue Michalski each with a 54. Prizes for the evening were won be Debbie Yerico and Sue Hertlein.
The league hit it off on May 22, with low score going to Linda Prince, Vicki Westling and Nancy Phillips each with a 53.
Prizes for the evening were won by Nancy Phillips for closest to the pin on No. 8 and Vicki Westling for longest putt on hole No. 3. Pars for the evening went to Sue Johnson on No. 5 and Nancy Phillips on No. 3.
Men's Senior League Baseball
Stericycle A's 7, Pro Bat Yankees 3
Mike Korzeniewski and Doug Baker combined to pitch the victory allowing only one hit and striking out seven. Matt Grace and Brian Wojcinski each had two hits while Corky Karales doubled to lead the 11-hit A's attack.
Matt Wallace had the one hit while suffering the loss.
Official NCAA program available online
The Official NCAA DIII Outdoor Track and Field Championships program is available online.
The web address to find the program is www.ncaa.com/DIIIOutdoorTrackField.
Fredonia State has two student-athletes in the men's field - junior Spencer Lefort in the decathlon and senior Broncho Rollins in the pole vault.
The meet starts today and runs through Saturday at Burns Stadium on the campus of Claremont McKenna-Harvey Mudd-Scripps Colleges in Claremont, Calif.
Muddy Viking mud run
Lake Chautauqua Lutheran Center's grounds will host its first four-mile mud run Oct. 13. The event is count the Muddy Viking.
The four-mile off-road race will take place on the 150 acres of Lake Chautauqua Lutheran Center with 14 obstacles along the way.
Racers go off in waves of 75 people every 10 minutes. The first wave begins at 9:30 a.m. The first wave will finish around 10 a.m. and the last wave as late as 1 p.m.)
Each runner receives a T-shirt, beer coupons, water, food and race packet coupons.
The Muddy Viking is for ages 14 and up. There will also be a Muddy Lil' Viking for ages 5 to 13.
Lake Chautauqua Lutheran Center's staff will host kids' games, campfires, face painting and GaGa Pit games after the races are complete.
After the races, competitors will be treated to food and beer provided by the Chautauqua region's own Bulldog BBQ and Southern Tier Brewery.
Anyone interested in volunteering can contact Steve Biegner at email@example.com or 868-1232.
For registration information, visit www.muddyviking.com.
Ed Eaker will host Sports Rap tonight on Cable Access Channel 12 in Dunkirk and Silver Creek and Channel 5 in Fredonia.
The show will air from 7-8:30 p.m., as Eaker will be joined to talk about the national and local sports scenes by Rich Catalano and Jim Bunge.