Nancy Taffe won her 14th Rocking Chair title on June 12, at Shorewood Country Club. Jane Fisher had the low gross in the Snow White Flight while Jeannette Pchelka had the low net. In the Betty White Flight, Louella Muscarella had the low gross and Carol McEntarfer the low net. Closest to the pin on No. 3: Taffe. Longest putt on No. 9: Sallie Locke. Longest drive on No. 10:?Fisher. Closest to the pin on second shot on No. 16: Diane Zwitch. Pictured at left is Fisher, Taffe, sitting, and Dirk Hartman.
Lucky Lanes 20, Firefighters 11 - For Lucky Lanes, Elwin Gomez had a pair of hits, including a home run. Troy Lanski added two hits in the win while Jaziah Rivera had three hits for the Firefighters.
Lucky Lanes 10, Exempts 4 - For Lucky Lanes, Jon Tirado had three hits while Troy Lanski and John Banach had two hits each. On the mound for Lucky Lanes Jared Glowniak, Elwin Gomez and Felix Garcia combined to throw a one hitter.
Preston Perry had the lone hit for Exempts.
Youth Council 8, Puccis Carpets 7 - Dominic Gullo's walk-off bases-loaded single in the bottom of the seventh won the game for Youth Council.
Noah Fleckenstein was 4 for 4, including a triple and grounds-rule double. Trey Swartz was 3 for 3 with three RBIs in the win while Braeden Myers chipped in a single.
For Pucci's, Derrick Walthers had three singles while Haeden Walters, Mike Barnes, Tyler Putney and Jacob Cullinan hit safely in the loss.
On the mound, Nolan Mages picked up the win with relief help from Fleckenstein. Owen Nicosia and Nico Pucci pitched well in defeat.
Hart Development 3, Pucci's 0 - Lucas Voss and Derrick Walters hooked up in a classic pitchers' duel as Voss tossed a no-hitter, striking out 14 while walking one. Walters allowed three hits while striking out 12.
At the plate, Voss doubled, Chris Buchanan had an RBI single and Nick Pchelka had an RBI on a sacrifice bunt. Anthony St. George made two nice defensive plays to preserve the no-hitter.
Firemen 11, DFT Communications 5 - Jake Green was 3 for 3 with a double, triple and home run in the win while Lucas Green, Diego Rey, Keith Piper and Jarett Maslak provided the rest of the Firemen's hits.
Marcus Seastedt was 3 for 3, including a double to lead DFT's hitters while Reed Tarnowski provided DFT's other hit.
Green picked up the win on the hill, with help from Piper. The duo teamed up to strike out 15 DFT hitters.
Seastedt, Andrew Conti, Tarnowski and Eli McKelvey pitched for DFT, striking out 10.
Lucky Lanes vs. Lake Shore Orthopedics - For Lucky Lanes, Joshua Thurber and Daniel Cook made key defensive plays while Bryce Bacher was the offensive MVP.
For Lake Shore Orthopedics, Julia LeBaron was a defensive standout at first base while Ella Beach and Lauren Marsh were offensive sluggers.
Fredonia Little League All-Star Teams
Fredonia Little League recently named its 11-12-year-old and 9-10-year-old all-star teams. They are as follows:
11 & 12-year olds
Cassie Essek, Hannah Gullo, Katie Price, Grace Pucciarelli, Caitlyn Cybart, Hannah Cybart, Mekenna Leid, Mikayla Reynolds, Andrew Smith, Morgan St. George and Katie Weber. Manager: Joe Pucciarelli. Coaches Rob Smith and Joel Cybart.
9 & 10-year-olds
Grace Mroczka, Sydney Bigelow, Julia Hill, Megan Kyte, Kazlin Beers, Kelly Gullo, Jena Leid, Maggie Mignoli, Anna Buchanan, Emily Smith, Ellie Easton, Taylor Lemisczko. Manager: Luke Gullo. Coaches: Jessie Beers and Dan Bigelow.
Vineyards Junior Golf
The Vineyards Junior Golf Program will begin on Thursday July 5, at noon and will run for six consecutive Thursdays through August 9.
The program includes instruction, play and a post-program tournament. Junior golf is open to golfers aged 8-18.
For further information, contact Ross Conti at Darwins Health Club at 679-1591 or The Vineyards Golf Course at 672-7888.
Hillview Golf Course
Friday Evening Couples League - The format was a four-person Texas Scramble. Tied for first place, with a score of 35, were the teams of Dennis and Cheryl Gawronski and Chuck and Carol Hudson.
Jack and Carol Hood and Larry and Rosemary Tibbetts took second place. There was a three-way tie for third with a score of 36. The teams were Bob and Jan Manning and Chris and Priscilla Penfold, Jim and Pam Waite and Jim and Sandy Korzeniewski and Fritz Worosz and Nancy Kelly and George Allessi.
In fourth place, with a score of 38, were Jim and Colleen Paradis.
Closest to the pin on No. 5 for the ladies was Carol Hood and for the men, Bob Manning.
Pinehurst Golf Course
Brocton Americal Legion Post 434 Wednesday Evening Men's League - Low gross: Scott Jagoda 39, Andy Deakin 39, Len Truby 39, Jason Remington 40 and Jeff Thomas 42.
Low net: Remington 29, Truby 32, Dan Metts 32, Deakin 32 and Roger Miller 33.
Closest to the pins on the par 3's: John Chabuel (No. 4), Jack Kujawa (No. 7). Closest to the pin on No. 5, with the second shot, was Jagoda. Longest putt on No. 1 was Clint Nagel.
Most team points were recorded by Dave Travis and Jason Remington with 15.5. Jeff Thomas and Al Brumagin had 14.5.
Sugar Hill Golf Course
Girls4Golf Tuesday Night League - Low Gross went to Nancy Phillips and Judy Mowery, each with a 45. Linda Prince followed with a 46. Low net went to Phillips and Prince, each carding a 30. Mowery and Debbie Yerico each shot a 38.
Prizes for the evening were won by Mowery, for closest to the pin on No. 3 and Prince and Mowery for lowest combined score - 17 on Nos. 1, 2 and 7.
After four weeks of play, team standings are: Phillips and Karen Tramuta, Sally Giambrone and Yerico; and Prince and Sue Johnson.
Monday Night Men's Golf League - Tim Bulger 36, Frank Issler 38, Allen Chase 39, Andy Snyder 39, Mark Wallace 39, Dan Butts 42, Don Meder 42.
Closest to the pin: Bulger (No. 15). Low net: Wallace 29. Skins: Snyder (No. 12, birdie), Wallace (No. 13, birdie), Harry Eppinger (No. 14, birdie), Bulger (No. 15, birdie), Joe Keyser (No. 18, birdie).
Inaugural Underclassmen Showcase
The Inaugural Underclassmen Showcase baseball and softball games, featuring Western New York sophomore and junior baseball and softball players, will take place on Saturday, Aug. 11, at North Collins Central Schools Sports Complex.
The baseball game will feature two icons of the WNY baseball world, longtime Orchard Park coach Bob Barrows and former Eden coach Bob Burnside, who will head the coaching staffs.
The softball game will pay tribute to former Williamsville South coach Gerry Gentner, who lost his courageous battle with cancer in January.
The showcase games will provide local baseball and softball players with exposure to college coaches from throughout the Northeast. Coaches wishing to nominate their sophomores or juniors, should contact Robert Catalino at email@example.com, or at 432-8458, or North Collins' softball coach Jan Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 860-6829.
Candidates must have been selected to their divisional first, second or honorable mention all-star teams to be eligible to play in the games. All applications are due by July 1.
WNY Exceptional Seniors Soccer Camp
The Western New York Exceptional Seniors Soccer Camp will be held July 9-13 at Silver Creek High School.
The camp is open to students in 7th grade and up. The cost is $50 for Silver Creek students and $75 for non-Silver Creek students.
The coaches will be Tim Kronenwetter (Empire Buffalo) and Bernie Feldman (ECC men?s head coach).
The camp will fortify present skill levels and offer an opportunity to be assessed for the WNY seniors? game play along with Empire Buffalo possibility. Camp staff will be placed at a 10:1 student to teacher ratio.
For more information contact Tim Kronenwetter at email@example.com.