Wednesday, Oct. 11
Pictured is the winning team of the Cassadaga Country Club Thursday?Night Men’s Golf League. The team was named Manley’s and consisted of, from left, Greg Little, Dave Yagger, Tom Gauronski and Bob Smith.
Brocton @ Southwestern
Forestville @ Pine Valley
N Collins @ Gowanda
Westfield @ Southwestern
Catt-LV @ Pine Valley
Cass. Valley @ West Valley
Chaut. Lake @ Portville
Fredonia @ Maple Grove
Frewsburg @ Gowanda
Cassadaga Country Club
Thursday Night Men's Golf League - Final standings:?Manley's 344.5, Crystal Cove 340.5, Robo 331.0, Action Bail Bond 327.0, Tri James Services 320.5, Air Robo 314.5, Fire Fighters 307.00, Allstate Insurance 304.00, Fender Menders 298.5, Weatherhill Farm 285.0, B & L Builders 284.5, Thorp Electric 284.0, Harbor Front Car Care 238.00.
Kane Country Club
McDonald's Senior Tour - The following are the scores from Monday, Sept. 9, using the Stableford Scoring System. A Flight: Tom Short +8, Dick Woodfield +5, Roger Millspaw +3. Low gross: Short 73. B Flight: Ken Aldrich +8, Pat Hepinger +7, Jerry Adams +7. Low gross: Aldrich 79. C Flight: Ray Head +8, Don Maxson +7, Richard Inman +7. Low gross: Head 84, Inman 84. D Flight: Tom Fairbanks +11, Gary Simon +9, Dave Vanstrom +8. Fairbanks 86. E Flight: Jim Polvino +10, Don Gartfield +7, Ed Rumiano +6. Low gross: Don Armstrong 93.
Closest to the pin: Chuck Jackson (No. 5), Short (No. 7), Carl Malta (Nos. 14 & 17).
The tour's next match is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 16, at Elkdale Country Club. Tee-off is set for 9 a.m.
The Dunkirk High School Sports boosters will hold a meeting Wednesday, Sept. 11 at 5:30 p.m. in Mr. Pietro's room.
All parents, coaches and community members are welcome to attend.
Black?Knight Hall of
The Black Knight Hall of Fame Golf Tournament will take place at Tri-County Country Club on Saturday, Sept. 21 at 12:30 p.m. with a shot gun start.
All proceeds go to the BLACK KNIGHT HOF program.
Anyone interested in registering a team should contact Sean Helmer at Silver Creek High School.
course begins today
The annual basketball officiating course offered by the Chautauqua County Board of Approved Officials begins Sept. 11 in Room 250 of Jamestown High School.
The 11-week course, held each Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m., concludes with the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials examination in November. Male or female candidates need to be 18 years of age to take the course.
Veteran CCBOA board rules interpreter Roger MacTavish teaches the course, which prepares candidates for the IAABO examination and the chance to officiate area boys' and girls' basketball games.
Call MacTavish at 664-6339 for additional information.