Thursday's Senior Golf Scramble
Scoring birdies on six holes was the team of Ray Lewis, Bob Tefft, Vinny Paternosh and Marty Gollnitz who took top honors. With an eagle three on the first hole, Les Yokom, Bob Lokietek, Jim Higginbotham and Bob Rogers won second place at four under par. The threesome of Butch Joint, Ray Cenni and Rick Lawson finished at two under to capture third place. Winners of the closes to the pin monies were Paternosh (No. 4) and Higginbotham (No. 7).
Lil Magills captured the 2012 City of Dunkirk Slo-Pitch Softball title Sunday during end-of-the-season tournament play. In the championship finals, Magills defeated Rookies, 36-32 and 14-4, in the best of three series to claim the title. Team members pictured are, left to right, front row: Jason Kuzdale, Josh Savali, Joe Jagoda and Jon Szwejbka; back: Frank Jagoda II, Steve Kuzdale, Frank Jagoda III, Mark Zaffalon, Mike Kelly and Keith Mackowiak.
Hillview Golf Course
Friday Night Couples League - The format was a scramble. In first with a score of 32 was the team of George/Pam Allessi and Pat/Bobbi Deering. In second place with 33 was the team of Dennis/Cheryl Gawronski and Larry Wollert/Sue Slate. The third place team 34 was Chris/Priscilla Penfold and Fritz Worosz/Pat Kaus. Next were the teams of Bob/Jan Manning and Dave/Colleen Paradis and Chuck/Carole Hudson and John/Paula Lakas. Closest to the pin on No. 5 was the team of Allessi/Deering. Closest to the pin on No. 9, second shot was the team of Wollert/Slate and Gawronski.
Union City Country Club
Senior Tour - Flight A: Brian Eckwahl 7, Denny Ayers 6, Dave Allen 5, Roger Millspaw 5. Gross: Ayers 73. B Flight: Andy Scalise 8, Jim Wise 6, Ken Aldrich 5. Gross: Scalise 81. C Flight: Larry Spencer 8, Ray Cenni 8, Larry Pickard 7. Gross: Spencer 86. D Flight: Tony LoGuidice 4, Scott Vogan 4, Charlie Stafford 4. Gross: LoGuidice 93. E Flight: Sam Pellerito 10, Wayne Lind 6, Roger Brightman 3. Gross: Sam Pellerito 92. F Flight: Mort Armstrong 7, Harold Eckwahl 4, Tom Harte 4. Gross: Red Johnson 102.
Closest to the pin: Bill Radack (No. 4), Dave Chall (No. 8), Lynn Butcher (No. 12), Brian Brown (No. 14).
Runner of the Year Series
Adam Rowe and Kylee Witchey-Clements currently lead the 2012 Chautauqua Striders Runner of the Year Series. The series is sponsored by the WCA Center for Orthopedics, Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation. The top series performers after the Dunkirk Lakefront 5K are as follows:
1) Adam Rowe 34
2) Joe Campbell 26
3) D. Scott Gregory 22
4) Robbie Rappole 20
5) Jacob Hinsdale 15
1) Kylee Witchey-Clements 56
2) Cheryl Burns 29
3) Kimberly Turner 28
4) Kathy Gustafson 27
5) Stephanie Goot 22
AGE GROUPS MALE
15-19: Jacob Hinsdale (6), Jordan Boland (4), Ryan Hetrick (3), Shawn Wiler (3), Calvin Butlak (3), Austin Pondel (3), Josh Goodhue (3); 20-24: Adam Prentice (14), Steve Matteson (5), Aaron Andzelik (3); 25-29: Robbie Rappole (5), Joey Leone (4), Danny Moore (3), Travis Prejean (3), Chad Byler (3), Andrew Brautigan (3); 30-34: Adam Rowe (13), Jeremy Green (8), Leif Schmidt (3), Raymond Graf (3); 35-39: Chris Lawson (9), Jarrett Reed (5), Robert Kolodziejczak (5); 40-44: Bradley Johnson (5), Irv King (4), Lonnie Heeter (3), Michael Vanham (3), Mark Hoel (3), Michael Goth (3), Tim Gunther (3); 45-49: D. Scott Gregory (13), Todd Bellardo (4), Richard Schroeder (4); 50-54: John Gustafson (12), Tony Dolce (6), Scott Gill (3), Tim Hewl (3); 55-59: R.G. Witchey (12), Kevin Swanson (11), Joe Campbell (9); 60-64: Doc Rappole (12), Tom Meka (5), Barry Latner (3), Jim Gardner (3); 65-69: Jerry Holmes (16), John Samuelson (7), John Rappole (5); 70 & Over: Wayne Hotelling (8), Dick Mirth (5), Lucius Bugbee (3), Ron Murphy (3).
AGE GROUPS FEMALE
15-19: Abby Sirwatka (11), Erica Vicary (9), Samantha Owens (3), Shannon Murphy (3); 20-24: Anna Burkett (11), Kimberly Vona (6), Erin Young (3); 25-29: Kylee Witchey-Clements (16), Kimberly Turner (8), Karen Fuller (2), Tammy Putt (2), Carmen Muscarella (2); 30-34: Carrie Hamilton (6), Laura Allen (3), Jessica Heeter (3), Allison Jeric-Carrol (3), Amanda DeGolier (3); 35-39: Melinda Lawson-Crabtree (8), Melissa Sohl (6), Erica Ireland (5); 40-44: Judy Porpiglia (10), Stephanie Goot (10), Tina Fernier (5); 45-49: Kathy Gustafson (14), Lydia Samuelson (3), Diane Kling (3), Michelle Weiler (3); 50-54: Cheryl Burns (12), Lisa Johnson (6), Barbara Garland (4); 55-59: Patty Gabreski (6), Stacy Curry (4), Margaret Murphy (3), Mary Summerson (3), Nancy Ferris (3), Annie Schuster (3), Lorraine Benedict (3); 60-64: Mary Bennett (8), Graceann Mistretta (5), Patricia Szczerbacki (4); 65-69: Marcia de la Cerda (3), Judy Mowery (3); 70 & Over Betsy Shepherd (3), Sister Gerry Murray (3).
The next race in the series is the Dan Feather Memorial 5K to be held in Jamestown on Sunday, September 2nd. Race registration and series information can be found on Chautauqua Striders' website at www.chautauqua-striders.org.
Gowanda APA League
Standings as of Aug. 19 - 1) 8-Ball Assassins; 2) Da Wicked Skibbies; 3) Ronnie's Crazy 8's; 4) Jamestown St. Marauders/Drew's Team (tie); 6) Jamestown Tavern; 7) Howey's Team. Note: 8-Ball Assassins won the session. A new session begins in September and new players are welcome to join the league.
Jake Upson is first in the Purple Tier. Ken Purdy is first in the Red Tier. Terry Bridenbaker is first in the Yellow Tier. Jim Smith is first in the Blue Tier.
Western Chaut. County Trap League
There was a tie so the tiebreaker went to Westfield due to the eighth shooter.
Top shooters for Westfield were Rich Foster 48, Rose Corban 48, Ted Blanchard 48, Will Mason 47, Butch Ficarra 47, Nate Wojtkowiak 46, Kevin Struzenbecker 46 and Mike Cluchey 46.
Top shooters for Ripley were Mark Henry 50, Mike Boll Sr. 49, Sid Meeder 48, Matt Luke 47, Jim Carris 46, Donald Henry 46, Bob Nichols 44 and Ernie Newhouse 44.
Big Tree 319,
Top shooters for Big Tree were Mark Holthouse 48, Viki Rapela 47, Tony Piotrowski 47, Dan Berry 46, Mark Eppinger 45, Paul McKotch 43 and Cliff Hammer 43.
Top shooters for Ellery were Tom Bihler 47, Rob Graham 43, Alan Harding 43, Jerry Lewis 39, Bob Welsh 38, Russ Estus 36 and Don Johnson 35.
Dunkirk Lakeshore Bowling Association
The Dunkirk Lakeshore Bowling Association will hold its annual meeting and election of officers Wednesday, Aug. 22 at 7 p.m. at Lakeview Lanes in Silver Creek.
All leagues within the DLBA should arrange to have representation at this meeting to receive instructions for the upcoming season.
Any current board members who are unable to attend should contact President Tom Battaglia at 785-7733.
Dunkirk Modified Football Practice
Dunkirk modified football will start practices Thursday, Aug. 23 at 3:30 p.m. at Dunkirk High School.
For more information call Frank Jagoda at 366-9300 ext. 3149.
Lucky Lanes Monday Night Mixed Couples League
The Lucky Lanes Monday Night Mixed Couples League will meet at Lucky Lanes on Monday, Aug. 27 at 7:30 p.m. for a meeting on the 2012-2013 bowling season.
Any four-person team interested in joining this league and all returning teams are asked to attend this meeting.
Baseball hitting clinic
There will be a hitting clinic with professional hitting coach Joe Fransisco on Friday, Aug. 24 from 5-9 p.m. at S.T.A.R.S. in Falconer.
Fransisco has worked with many Major League, Minor League and collegiate hitters including Miami Marlins shortstop Jose Reyes.
The clinic is open to baseball players of all ages. Athletes can save $25 by pre-registering with Joe Spoto at 499-2137.
Apple Seed Christian Preschool's 4th Annual 5k Run/Walk
The Apple Seed Christian Preschool is getting ready for its Fourth Annual 5k Run/Walk fundraiser. The event will be held on Saturday, Oct. 6, at Welch Field on Third Street, in Westfield, between Elm and Union streets.
Registration and check-in for pre-registered racers will begin at 8 a.m., with the race beginning at 9. Pre-registered participants will receive an event T-shirt.
Runners, walkers and those who want to cheer them on are all welcome to attend. Any area businesses interested in sponsoring the event should call 326-2110.
This event directly benefits the Apple Seed Christian Preschool students.
For a registration form, call 326-3110 or visit www.appleseedchristianpreschool.org. Pre-registrations must be received by Sept. 24.
Jamestown Bowling Company Marathon Tournament
The 17th Annual Labor Day Marathon Tournament at Jamestown Bowling Company will be held Monday, Sept. 3 at 10 a.m.
The format will be 10 games across the house with the total pins plus handicap to determine the winner.
Prizes will be awarded to the top nine finishers as well as the high scratch. Jackpots, brackets and eliminators will be available.
Jamestown Bowling Company is located at 850 Foote Avenue in Jamestown and can be reached at 483-1818.
Fredonia Swimming and Diving Practice
The Fredonia varsity girls swimming and diving team will hold its first practice at 7 a.m. Monday August 20. Athletes must have a valid physical, submitted brown forms and waivers in order to practice. Please contact Coach Crist at 716-679-1556 with any questions.
Westfield One-Pitch Softball Tournament
The Annual Westfield One-Pitch Slow Pitch Softball Tournament will be held Saturday, Aug. 25 on the softball fields at NorthLake, Smith and Westfield School. Entries must be in by Thursday, Aug. 23.
This is a one-pitch slow pitch format with each batter starting with a 3-2 count. The entry fee is $250 per team. A payout based on 16 teams is $1000 for 1st place, $500 for 2nd and $250 for 3rd. Any proceeds will go to the Woody Keyser fund.
For more information about the tournament visit www.leaguelineup.com/slugfest-at-smith. Tim Best can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 793-4909. Or call Mike Vande Velde at 499-5411.
Gowanda Slow Pitch Softball tourney
set for Sept. 2
The 16th Annual Gowanda Men's Slow Pitch Softball Tournament is set for Sunday, Sept. 2.
This is a double-elimination tournament. Batters will start with a 2-1 pitch count. Entry fee is $65 per team.
Call Mark Benton at 532-4053 or email email@example.com to register.
Fall Soccer Signups for Westfield, Ripley, Brocton and Mayville
There is still time to sign up for fall local youth soccer program. Applications can be picked up and turned in at the Village of Westfield window in Eason Hall, 23 Elm St.
Applications can be mailed in. Signups are for children ages 4-11 (for children turning 4 by Sept. 4 and not turning 12 until Oct. 28). Games will begin Sept. 8 and end Oct. 27.
The fee is $20 for the first child, $15 for the second and $10 for the third (max. of $45 per family), but scholarships are available if needed.
For more information, call 326-4243 or visit www.westfieldrec.org.
Matteson-Kempo Karate free program
Matteson-Kempo Karate is offering a free recreation program to all students who are enrolled in any of the Chautauqua County schools.
The program runs from Sept. 4-30 and is open to anyone ages 4-18. It will take place at the Family Martial Arts Center, 355 Central Ave., Fredonia.
To register, contact 672-6683 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by for a tour.
Following is the schedule for each program
KARATE schedule: ages 3-6 (Lil' Ninja's)
Tuesday and Thursday: 6-6:45 p.m.
Saturday: 11-11:45 a.m.
Monday 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Wednesday 6-6:45 p.m.
Saturday: 10-11 a.m.
TAE KWON DO schedule: ages 10-18
Tuesday and Thursday: 7-8:30 p.m.
SELF DEFENSE schedule: ages 10-18
Tuesday and Thursday: 5:30-7 p.m.
All student's will be taught the fundamentals of the martial arts. If at the end of the program they are interested in registering, the Dojo will offer a promotional special. No families will be turned away no matter their financial situation.
Regular sessions accept all ages for the Recreation program and also offer classes for all ages. Parent or guardian pay $5 per month with child registration.