District 38 11-12 Year Old Tournament
Brocton 4, Dunkirk 1
Jordan Krystofiak collected two of Brocton's five hits to lead the visiting team to a 4-1 victory. Devon Rizzo and Matt Lundin both knocked doubles for Brocton.
Felix Garcia, John Cotton, Darnell Butts, Tristian Skelly and Jared Glowniak all hit safely for Dunkirk.
Down to their last out before the "10-Run Mercy Rule" would take effect, Hanover rallied with two runs in the fourth inning, three in the fifth and 10 more runs in the sixth inning to defeat Westfield.
Steve Romanik tripled and added two singles while Connor Daniels and Jared White both had three singles. Derek Roehner doubled and singled and Nik Stalker added two hits for Hanover.
Brock Shuster led Dunkirk with a double and added two singles and Ryan Jafarjan knocked out two singles for the losers.
Fredonia 18, Westfield 4
Karim Levins and Nick Pchelka each banged out three hits to lead Fredonia over Westfield. Pchelka had two doubles while Levins and Brayden Myers also doubled, in backing winning pitcher Jake Davis, who scattered four singles. Eli McKelvey and Davis both singled twice.
Trevor Hudson had two singles, while Brock Schuster and Evan Hauser had the other hits for Westfield.
Chautauqua Lake 1
Hunter Rizzo and Matt Landon held Chautauqua Lake to two singles in leading Brocton to victory. Riley Rivera doubled and singled and Devin Rizzo added a double for Brocton.
Kyler Majka and Hunter Dearing got the hits for Chautauqua Lake.
Hanover 8, Dunkirk 4
Stephen Romanik's two-run triple led Hanover to victory over Dunkirk, while winning pitcher Hayden Perryman, Alex Bogosian and Nik Stalker hit safely for Hanover.
Pat Muldowney and Troy Lanski both singled to lead Dunkirk.
Lucky Lanes 8, Police 3
Lucky Lanes pitcher Jared Glowniak was solid on the mound striking out 12 and allowing only one hit over five innings of work. Felix Garcia had two hits for Lucky Lanes. Michael Mackowiak had a triple for Police.
Fredonia 11-12-Year-Old Softball All-Stars
The Fredonia 11-12-Year-Old softball all-star team will compete for the New York State Little League softball title this coming week in Riverhead Long Island. The girls open the pool-play tournament on Wednesday against Islip at 2 p.m.
JCC Basketball Camps
Jamestown Community College will hold a basketball camp for boys aged 8 to 15 beginning today and running through July 11. Camp will begin at 8 a.m. and run until noon each day. The cost is $95.
Camp directors will include George Sisson and Brian Hodgson.
There will also be a girls' basketball camp from July 15 through July 18, from 8 a.m. until noon each day. The cost is $95. Sisson will direct the girls' camp.
Both camps will be held at the PHED at JCC.
To register, call Sisson at 338-1269 or 338-1260. Anyone interested can also register for camp by visiting www.sunyjcc.edu/jayhawks/sports-camps.
Program Begins Today
The Gowanda Recreation Department will begin its six-week summer program today at St. John Park. The program will run Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. There is no cost to attend the program except for optional field trips. A free breakfast and lunch is served each day. All parents/guardians who missed the pre-registration on July 3 can still sign up their children on July 8. Call the Recreation Office at 532-3431 for more information.
Cassadaga Valley Midget Football will be holding registration for players and cheerleaders Tuesday from 6-8 p.m., at the Sinclairville Elementary Soccer Fields. Registration fee is $50 for one player and $75 for two; or $80 for families with three or more athletes.
Players and cheerleaders must turn 9 by Dec. 1, and cannot turn 14 prior to Aug. 1. Copies of birth
Buffalo 716ers announce summer league
The Buffalo 716ers have announced a new basketball league open to teams and players in Dunkirk. The league will play on Sunday nights beginning July 7 at Dunkirk High School.
The league includes live stats, live video, photos, college officials and more.
To register as a free agent or a team, visit buffalo716ers.net/summer.