Today's High School Sports Schedule
Saturday, Dec. 7
Gowanda Tip-Off tourney at Gowanda
Westfield Tip-Off tourney at Westfield
Hae Jude Classic at Silver Creek
Maple Grove Tournament
Indoor Track & Field
Fredonia at Lancaster
Wing City Doubles - High game scratch: Mike Lucas and Paul Nocek 477. High series scratch: Mike Lucas and Paul Nocek 1,304. High game handicap: Benny Montague and Alex Haase 506. High series handicap: Mike Lucas and Paul Nocek 1,379. Other high scores: Mike Lucas 238-226-235-699, Tom Battaglia 201-232-233-666, Chad Cerrie 208-259-652, Keith Glowniak 213-200-219-632, Todd Langworthy 225-611, Paul Nocek 239-605, Matt Haase 212-208-601, Rick Czerwinski 204-203, Tyler Sam 201 and Bob Wojcinski 203.
Riles & Woolley Tuesday Night League - High scratch game: Dave Perry 237, Terry Carlson 236, Bob Smith 234, Stan Tyma 215, Kevin Zola 215, Jim McLeod 212, Josh Tyma 206, Dave Lillie 206, Mark Woolley 202, Jimmy Cardamone 202, Sandy Gray 189, Judy Kaminski 186, Misty Fuglewicz 161, Abby Hansen 161. High scratch series: Bob Smith 681, Terry Carlson 602, Sandy Gray 505 and Judy Kaminski 455.
CCHA B League Game
Heenans 5, Dunkirk Falcons 3
Mike Rozewicz and Greg McQuiggan each netted two goals for the winners while Derek Sheridan had one. Assists went to Matt Wronski (3), Jeff Jamieson (2), Jeff Huyck (2), Tim Thexton and Dave Wright. Gary Shain was the winning goalie.
Goals for Falcons were credited to Adam Woelfle, Derek Backert and Matt Murphy. Assists went to Matt Dorler, Rick Simon, Ryan Simon and Ben Nickle.
NSPCC Basketball Tournament
Northern Chautauqua Catholic School will be holding its 12th annual "Peg" Smith basketball tournament December 12-15 at the school on Washington Ave. in Dunkirk. More than 20 Parochial and public school teams (boys and girls grades 4 through 8) from Dunkirk, Fredonia, Jamestown, Irving, Hamburg, Orchard Park and Buffalo will be competing in four divisions. Chances will be sold for Buffalo Sabres memorabilia, a signed Buffalo Bills helmet, club-level Sabres tickets and more. There will also be Chinese auction-style gift baskets. Foul shooting prizes and 50/50 raffles will also take place. Entrance to the games is free of charge. For a complete listing of the games, please visit the NSPCC website at email@example.com.