Gowanda APA League
Standings as of June 24: Ronnie's Crazy 8's (1st), Da Wicked Skibbies (2nd), 8-ball Assassins (3rd), Jamestown Tavern (4th), Drew's Team (4th tied), Jamestown St. Marauders (6th), Howey's Team (7th). Gary Oehler and Jake Upson are tied for first in the Purple Tier. Tony Leroy is first in the Red Tier. Ken Purdy is first in the Yellow Tier. Jim Smith is first in the Blue Tier.
Photo by Scott Reagle
Gowanda’s Caleb Maloney slides safely under Bemus Point’s Zach Hendrick in Sunday’s 9-10 year old Little League All-Star game at Ellery Park.
Fredonia Cerrie League
Bodell Overcash Anderson 16, Medicor 9
Nick Frazier and Bryson Kolassa were the defensive standouts for Bodell. Hits were recorded by Dawson Bird, Evan Frontuto and Joey Cerrie.
Benchley led the way for Medicor with an inside-the-park home run. Great plays were made by Aiden Mohart and Alex Schrader.
Bodell Overcash Anderson 18,
Davis Construction 17
Bodell's offense was led by Adam Sellari & Jack Carlson. Carson Cain was a machine on the mound for his team.
Defensive player of the game was Sarah Davis with an outstanding performance on the mound.
Joey Vandette smacked an inside-the-park home run to help his team. Ben Easton contributed with three hits.
Fredonia Wright League
Moose Club 14, DFT 13
Another wild, one-run win for the Moose Club. After falling behind 11-0 in the second inning, the "Never Say Die" boys in blue kept chipping away at the lead. The comeback was capped off with a five-run bottom of the sixth inning thanks to a walk-off double by Alex Patterson. Kevin Siracuse and Jacob Tarnowski pounded out three hits each while Nate Shuart tripled and Ryan St. George collected his first Wright League hit. Will Schrantz and Siracuse pitched the final four inning, allowing only four hits.
DFT was led by Reid Tarnowski's three hits while Jake Davis tripled and Brendan Plaister doubled. Pitching duties were shared by Davis, Tarnowski, and Eli McKelvey.
Concord Babe Ruth
Stericycle Athletics 6, First Ward Falcon Club Orioles 3
Nick Iskra pitched a complete game three-hitter, striking out 12 batters to lead the A's (6-2) over the Orioles. A four-run first inning with key singles from Zach Crandall (three hits, two RBIs) and Zach Gawronski (two RBIs) led the way. Iskra and Garrett Johnson each scored twice for the winners. Adam Klajbor was outstanding on the mound for the Birds in the loss, striking out 13 A's hitters.
Wendy's vs. Family Orthodontics
Egan Complex was the site of the final game of the year between Wendy's and Family Orthodontics.
For Wendy's, Kelly Lucas, Cierra Smith and Mia Barone worked the mound. Offense for Wendy's was provided by Lila Cameron who went 3 for 4 and Rebecca Piede and who went 2 for 4. Defensive standouts were Emily Brown and Candance Jaffray.
For Family Orthodontics, Jane Fortna and Caelin Holt were outstanding on the mound while offense was provided by Jamie Hemenger, Caelin Holt, Jane Fortna and Erin Schrantz who all went 4 for 4.
Defensively, Ashley Ricker, Hallie Laurito and Julia Fortna played well and Erin Schrantz made a spectacular play on a line drive hit by Mia Barone robbing her of a hit.
On Saturday June 23, Club Member Kevin Kaszuba recorded his fourth career hole-in-one on hole No. 4 at Shorewood Country Club. He used a 7-iron from 178 yards. The shot was witnessed by Darren Mangine and Steve Zatorski.
Wednesday Night Ladies League - The team of Linda Kemp and Mimi Smith had both the low team gross (101) and the low team net (73). Kemp also had the low individual net (34). The low individual gross (46) went to Barb Vandette. Least putts (14) went to Susan Cave.
Dunkirk Moose Club Thursday Night Golf League - A Flight: Mike Rylowicz 42, Pat Mackowiak 42, Joe Kulig 45, Tom Lesch 46, Pete Criscione 47, Gordy Haight 47. B Flight: Bob Adams 47, Rick Winder 50, Dennis Randazzo 52, Mark Gugino 52. Untied birdies: Haight (No. 5). Closest to the pin: Adams (No. 3) and Jordan Strong (No. 8).
Hillview Golf Course
Friday Evening Couples League - The format was a four-player "Take Your Turn". In first place was the team of Dennis and Cheryl Gawronski and Bob and Jan Manning. In second place was the team of George and Pam Allessi and Larry Wollert and Judy Waterman. In third place was the team of Pete and Colleen Borzilleri and Larry and Rosemary Tibbetts. Tied for fourth place was Wink and Pat Daniel and John and Paula Lakas and Chuck and Carol Hudson and Dave and Colleen Paradis and Pat Deering and Theresa Leone and Chris and Priscilla Penfold. In last were the teams of Jack and Carol Hood and Jim and Sandy Korzeniewski, as well as Bob and Pat Kaus and Fritz Worosz and Nancy Kelly, along with Jim and Jane Ellman and Jim and Pam Waite.
Closest to the pin on No. 5 was Theresa Leone for the team of Deering, Penfold, and Leone. The fewest putts went to the teams of Gawronski and Manning and Hood and Korzeniewski.
Maplehurst Country Club
June 25 - Flight A: Paul Olkowski 8, Ed Westerling 4, Ross Cali 2. Gross:?Dennis Ayers & Olkowski 77. Flight B: Pat Hepinger 7, Ron Juzdowski 6, Bob Wade 3. Gross:?Hepinger 81. Flight C:?Dennis Richards 6, Bill Krawcyzk 6, Ted Bilicki 5. Gross: Richards 84. Flight D: Lynn Butcher 12, Larry Eidens 8, Terry Carlson 7. Gross: Butcher 87. Flight E:?Ron Carlson 9, Roger Brightman 8, Charlie Stafford 6. Gross:?Carlson 96. Flight F:?Don Garfield 14, Tom Mruk 11, Tom Gooch 7. Gross: Gooch 102.
Chautauqua Sports Club Run/Walk
The Chautauqua Sports Club will host a 2.76 mile run/walk at Chautauqua Institution on Saturday, August 4 at 9 a.m.
The cost is $20 per runner. In addition to each entrant getting a T-shirt, there will be awards in each of the 10 age brackets.
Proceeds benefit the Chautauqua Fund. Admission to Chautauqua Institution is free for the race.
Brocton Portland Midget Football
Brocton Portland Midget Football will be having its final signups on Saturday, July 7, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., in front of the Community Bank in Brocton.
Boys or girls, who turn 9 years-old by Dec. 1 and 13 years-old as of July 31, are eligible to signup.
Any questions, contact Tara or Bob Morello at 467-4608.
The signups will be held rain or shine.