The Women Who Golf For Fun - Wednesday's outing resulted in a three-way tie for first place between Sandi Gloss, Theresa Leone and Pat Daniel. Shooting second was Carole Hudson with Bobbi Deering coming in third. There was a tie between Bobbi Deering and Carole Hudson for golfer of the week. The women will golf again next Wednesday teeing off at 10 a.m. The women should note a sign-up sheet has been posted for the annual end of golf banquet this year to be held at Shorewood on Wednesday Aug. 28 at 1 p.m. In the event of rain, the women will meet at Shorewood at 1 p.m.
Tuesday Night Men's League - Low scores: Jim Szalkowski (35), Mike Willoughby (40), Bob Stone (41). Top point winners: A-flight Szalkowski (9), B-flight Pat Weaver (6.5), Ken Kaus (6.5), C-flight Jim Ellman Sr. (7), D-flight Tony Nasca Sr. (6.5), Dennis Straight (6.5). Closest to the pin on No. 5: Stone. C-D Skins: Angelo Leone No.'s 1 & 5, Straight No. 2, Jaime Ruiz No. 3, Nasca No. 7. Team match ups for next week's Position Round: 4 vs. 1, 3 vs. 2, 8 vs. 7, 5 vs. 6.
Pinehurst ParTee Girls - 45 was the low gross score shot by Kathy Brown and Sherry Elchynski (sub). It was followed by a 46 from Carolyn Rawlinson, 47 by Lori Foster and a 48 by Lynn LaMattina. The low net scorers were Brown (29), Margie Coran, Elchynski,Carol Pietrkiewicz (31) and Lori Foster (32). Birdies on No. 9 were also shot by Brown and Elchynski. Prizes went to Carol Somers for the longest putt on No. 2 and Brown for closest to the pin second shot on No. 8.
Vineyards Golf Wednesday Morning Ladies Purple Posse League - The Purple Posse League game was take 2 holes away. First place went to Jeanne Pagano, second place to Viki Clark and a third place tie between Marcia Casella and Barb VanDette. The greenback prize went to Donna Allesi. The league is schedule to play on Wednesday Aug. 14, meeting at 9:30 a.m. with a tee time of 10 a.m. All skill levels are welcome, join any time. The game of the week will be match play.
Gowanda Country Club
Ladies League - Priscilla Graupman 44, Joyce Bigelow 46, Jan Parker 46, Lynn Gotsch 49, Sue Bastedo 49. Low net: Dawn Zopp 34, Donna Colletta 35, Trudy Jackson 38, Margaret Pentasuglio 39, Tina Fracella 40, Joni Jackson 40.
Randy Goss Memorial Golf Tournament
On Saturday Aug. 17 the 13th annual Randy Goss Memorial Golf Tournament will be held at Rosebrook Golf course in Silver Creek. The cost is $55 per person with a 2 person team format. Fee includes 18 holes of golf, cart, beverages, lunch and dinner at the course, closest to the pin on all holes, skins and prizes for all golfers. This is a fun tournament for all types of golfers. Limited to first 72 golfers and we ask golfers to register at 8:15 a.m. with tee off at 9 a.m. To sign up call Cherly or Kyle Goss at 366-1156 and Jason Goss at 410-1538.
Volleyball coaches meeting is Tuesday
ASHVILLE-Falconer coach Darin Kennedy has announced that the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association girls volleyball league coaches meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday at the Ashville BOCES.
Tri Dunkirk set
for year three
On Aug. 25, an estimated 400 entrants will compete in the Third Annual Tri Dunkirk (Triathlon) to be held at Wright Park. The event will begin at 7 a.m. sharp and offers several distances to choose from that are for all ability levels.
For three years, this race has been giving Western New York the opportunity to become involved in one of the fastest growing individual sports in the country.
Tragically, the triathlon community lost one of its members, Gary Grant, last year after a bike accident. Gary was a husband, father, teacher, coach, friend and athlete and is terribly missed. In memory of Gary, the 2013 race will be run in his honor and a portion of the proceeds will benefit Grant's Gang which is a scholarship fund created to help scholar athletes offset college tuition.
The schedules of the events are as follows:
Sprint Triathlon/Relay 7 a.m. (750meter swim, 20K bike, 5K run)
Duathlon/Relay 7 a.m. (5K run, 20K bike, 5Krun)
Intermediate/Relay 7:30 a.m. (1.5K swim, 40K bike, 10K run)
Aquabike Intermediate 7:30 a.m. (1.5K swim, 40K bike)
Kids Race 11:30 a.m. (varies by age)
Gary Grant Memorial Ceremony 12 p.m.
Sponsors of the Third Annual Tri Dunkirk are: Toms Pro Bike, Love & Sprockets, Liberty Vineyards Winery, John W. Danforth, We Massage, Tops Friendly Markets, Endurance Factor, Hammer Nutrition, Always A Party & Abby's Loft, Road ID, TriVault, Rudy Project, XX2i, Once Again Nut Butter, Camp Kenan and Score This!!!
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Sports Meeting Planned
for CLCS Parents
All Chautauqua Lake Central School student athletes interested in participating in a modified, junior varsity or varsity sport at any time during the 2013-14 school year are strongly urged to attend a sports information meeting, along with their parents, on Thursday, Aug. 15 at 6 p.m. in the district auditorium.
Coaches will review a variety of topics, including season expectations, requirements and other pertinent information. All required athletic forms will be handed out and can be completed at the meeting. One set of forms will be used for the entire school year, eliminating the need to complete separate forms for fall, winter and spring seasons.
The sports information meeting is an opportunity to ask questions and obtain information about athletics at CLCS. For more information, call Secondary School Principal Josh Liddell, who supervises athletic programs at CLCS. He can be reached at the Secondary School Office, 753-5881.
Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer
Aug. 6, 2013
Schaffner Knight & Minnaugh P.C. 6, Lewis Construction 2
Cameron Katlius, Emily Anderson, Connor Patterson and Nathan Bailey each scored goals. Trent Lewis scored for Lewis Construction.
Pavlock Construction 10, Cow Trimmers 3
Kevin Herington scored seven goals. Aiden Testa scored two goals and Tanner Olmstead scored one.
For the Cow Trimmers, Bryce Jedrysik scored three goals.
J&J Painting first Place, McDonald's Small Fries Second Place.
J&J Painting 6, Storer's Containers 3
Zach Sisson (assist by Austin Main) scored three goals, Austin Main, Alex Kahle (assist by Eliza Anderson), and Zeah Wojcinski each scored one goal. Garrett Williams scored two and Jordan Austin scored one for Storer's Containers.
McDonalds Small Fries 8, Parts Plus Panthers 1
McDonalds Small Fries had the victory over Parts Plus Panthers 8-1. Ace Pierce and Kole Davis each scored three goals, Owen Myers and Chase Pierce each scored one goal (Kole Davis, Ace Pierce, Katlyne Daughenbaugh, Owen Myers and Jonathan Lewis each with assists). For the Panthers, Matthew Runge scored one goal.
Cassadaga Shurfine First, Gerry Free Methodist Second
Mary K 3, Pop's Recyling 0
Jacob Fishgold Scored two and Haydan Myers scored one goal for the shutout.
Gerry Free Methodist 7, Valley Tire 0
Carter Sisson scored three goals and Jon Brockelbank scored two goals (assist by Kolton Gibbons), Grace Elder and Chloe Estrom each scored one goal for the shutout.
Cassadaga Shurfine 2, Veracity Benefits 0
Cade Egan scored two goals for the shutout.
Jamestown Auto First and Andersen Cuddihy Inc. Second
Jamestown Auto Center 11, Advanced Septic Service 0
Kaylee Deering scored four goals (assist by Isabella Penhollow), Hunter Thorpe scored three goals (assist by Kaylee Deering), Isabella Penhollow (Hunter Thorpe with assist), Robbie Penhollow, Grace Penhollow (Hunter Thorpe with assist) and Kari Morris (Robbie Penhollow with assist) each scored one goal for the shutout.
Andersen Cuddihy 5,
FC Thunder 1
Destin Johns (assist by Kyle Morey) scored four goals and Dan Andersen (Destin Johns with assist) scored one goal. For FC Thunder Zack Zielinski scored one goal.
Men's Senior Baseball
Stericycle A's 7,
Silver Creek Braves 4
Mike Korzeniewski went the distance with nine strikeouts and allowing just six hits.
Doug Clark led the A's with a grand slam while Jim Quinn and Craig Kofod each had two hits.
Cody Wicks shined for the Braves with two doubles.
J.T.A. Mets 9, Stericycle A's 5
Chris Maggio picked up his first win of the season for the Mets as he scattered nine hits and fanned five. Ed Schrantz led the offense with a triple and a single.
Bob Bankoski, Mike Korzienewski and Will Griffith each had two hits in the loss. Jim Quinn had a home run for the A's.