Area A 9-10 All-Stars
Saturday, June 23
Luke Zbytek and Connor Daniels (double) each had two hits to lead Hanover past Westfield. Haydon Perryman was the winning pitcher.
Westfield was led by Brett Babcock's two hits while Dylan Houser had a double in a losing effort. Babcock suffered the loss on the hill.
Fredonia 20, Dunkirk 6
Leading Fredonia was A.J. Schrantz with a pair of hits while Michael Hobson had a double.
Also hitting safely for Fredonia were Braydon Myers and Anthony Gullo, who earned the win on the mound.
Troy Lanski led the Dunkirk offense with two hits, including a double while Lucas Porpiglia added two hits of his own. Taking the loss on the hill was Jared Glowniak.
Sunday, June 24
Dunkirk 15, Westfield 7
Leading Dunkirk was Jared Glowniak, who finished with a pair of hits. Nathan Hayes (triple), Michael North and Troy Lanski all hit safely in the win while Porpiglia picked up the win on the mound.
For Westfield, Brendon Rowe, Dylan Houser and Ryan Jafarjian all hit safely while Colby Bills suffered the loss.
Fredonia 24, Brocton 2
Michale Hobson, Dalton Gardner and Brandon Wallace all had three hits each for Fredonia in the win to back winning pitcher Alec Schrader.
For Brocton, Nick Putcher and Derrick Burns each had a hit while Burns suffered the loss on the hill.
Pre-Senior, Senior Tournament - Low gross 49-under: Jim Azzarella Jr. Low net 49-under: Mike Taylor. Low gross 50-over: Jim Azzarella Sr. Low net 50-over: Mike Evancho.
Low scores Pre-Senior (21-49 years-old): Low gross: Justin Young, Dan Vona, Clay Russell. Low net: David Budzinski, Rob Dalimonte, Dean Martin. Low Senior scores (50-over): Low gross: Scott Nordine, Jim Sieckmann, Bill Hall. Low net: Art Munson, Ed Griewisch, Bill Hall. Low Super Senior scores (60-69): Low gross: Rick Taaffe, Dan Alessi, Jerry Schreiber. Low net: Dick Curran, Mike Reeves, Bob Wardell. Low Legends scores (70-over): Low gross: Jim Ferrino, Paul Luczak, Ken Houle. Low net: Ray Smith, Fred Hemmer, Ray Perryman.
Closest to the pin: Vona (No. 3), Jim Azzarella Sr. (No. 11). Closest to the pin on second shot: Taaffe (No. 9), Griewisch (No. 18).
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.
Fredonia State Alumni Golf Tournament
The Fourth annual Fredonia State Alumni Golf Tournament is set for Monday, July 30 at Shorewood Country Club in Dunkirk.
This year's tournament will benefit the University Police Scholarship for Criminal Justice Students, the Phillips Cross Country and Track & Field Fund and the Fredonia Alumni Association Scholarships.
Go to www.fredonia.edu/alumnigolf to learn more and to register online.
Gowanda Recreation begins July 9
The Gowanda Recreation six-week summer program will commence Monday, July 9. The program will run every week, Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. until 2 p.m., at St. John Park, located on the corner of Aldrich and St. John streets. The program concludes Friday, Aug. 17, with a talent show.
All participants in the program will sign up at St. John Park on the first day of their attendance. There will be no pre-registration this year.
A free breakfast and lunch will be provided each day. Swimming will also take place at the high school pool each afternoon for those children who wish to participate in the free swim program.
Various group activities, including volleyball, kickball, dodgeball, softball, soccer, basketball, floor hockey and touch football will be offered throughout the summer. Arts and crafts will be available each day. The play structure is also a featured attraction that will be supervised by staff members during the program hours.
Field trips to Fantasy Island, Evangola State Park and a Buffalo Bisons baseball game are all being scheduled during the six-week program. The Bison's baseball game was made possible through a generous donation from the Gowanda Kiwanis Club.
Children ages 6-14, who reside in the Gowanda Central School District, are allowed to participate in the program at no cost. Call Mark Benton, Recreation Director, at 532-4053 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Rally for the Cure Golf Tournament
There will be a "Rally for the Cure" golf tournament at Pinehurst Golf Course in Westfield on Saturday, July 21.
It is hosted by the Tuesday Evening Par Tee Girls League. The Susan G. Komen Foundation raises money each year to help with the research for the cure of breast cancer by sponsoring the "Rally for the Cure" Breast Cancer Golf Tournaments.
All the money raised through these tournaments goes toward research for a cure. There will be a 9 a.m. shotgun start for a two-person scramble. The registration fee is $20, which includes a years subscription to a magazine (four different magazines to choose from), a Rally for Cure magnetic ball marker, along with other goodies. A major prize will be awarded for a woman closest to the pin on a par-3 hole and also a major prize for a man closest to the pin on a par-3 hole, plus many other hole prizes and a Chinese auction. The tournament cost is $20 per person and does not cover golfing fees or cart. There will also be an optional lunch after a great morning of golfing.
The following are the special hole sponsors: Jim Gennock, Sales Consultant for Shults Resale Center; Box Monkey; Welchs; Rookies on the Lake; Dietzen Dump Truck; Spike Dailey's Pub at the Boardwalk; Legislator Shaun Heenan; PD Construction and Matteson Karate.
Anyone (men and women) interested in golfing should call Sue Dietzen at 366-3514 or Pinehurst Golf Course for information or to register.
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.
Dunkirk Midget Football, Cheerleading Registration
The Dunkirk Midget Football team will be holding registration for the varsity, modified and jayvee teams, as well as for the cheerleading squads. Registration will be held on Saturday, July 14, from 11 a.m. til 4 p.m., at Murray Hose Co. No. 4, on West Doughty Street, in Dunkirk.
All eligible football players must turn eight years old before Aug. 1 and must not be older than 14 before Aug. 1, to be eligible to play. Cheerleaders must turn nine years old prior to Aug. 1, and must not be older than 12 prior to the same date.
The cost of registration is $50 per participant, with a family rate for two or more participants of $75 (participants must have the same mailing address). Birth certificates must be presented at the time of registration and paperwork will need to be filled out by a parent or legal guardian at the time of registration.
For questions, contact Kari Lockett at 673-5445, or Pete Donaldson at 499-4094.