For the Record — Aug. 20
Hockey players needed
The Chautauqua County Hockey Association is looking for players or full teams for the A and B Divisions. The A-League typically includes former college and junior players and those who have played high-level high school or travel hockey. The B-League typically includes former travel caliber, high school and house league players. Games are Friday though Sunday nights at Steele Hall on the Fredonia State campus. League play begins early September and will conclude late March. Season consists of 18 regular-season games plus playoffs and a three-game championship series. We estimate full team registration cost to be around $2,400-$2,500 (pending the number of teams), making the average cost per player only around $150 for a full season. Anyone interested should contact us immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kane Country Club
Wednesday Travel League — The league held its fourth major of the season, the Frank Borowski Invitational, at Kane Country Club in Kane, Pa. Brad Allen shot the low round of 77 in the event named for league founder Frank Borowski, who now resides in Florida. Mike Wolfe (82) and Pete Gawron (83) finished second and third, respectively. For the second time this season, Gawron shot below his age of 84. Allen led the front nine with 40 while Wolfe led the back nine with a one-over par-36. Milestone hit this week: Mick Dunning went over 1,000 career points. In the B Flight, Dave Wallace won a four-way tiebreaker with Mike Willoughby, Dave Criscione, and Butch Mackowiak, as he was the only one to par the No. 1 handicap hole. In the C Flight, Ken Kaus won a tiebreaker over John Waterman on the second handicap hole. The winner of the Bruce “Java” Chrabasz Commissioner’s Award was Angelo Leone. Untied birdies were recorded by, A Flight: Bill Aldrich Nos. 3, 17, Tim WalawenderNo. 5, Joe Bifaro No. 8 and Dunning No. 13. B Flight: Willoughby Nos. 3, 7 and 18, Mackowiak No. 8, John Bongiovanni No. 13 and Wallace No. 15. C Flight: Bob Welch No. 1, Pat Weaver No. 2, Waterman No. 5, Kaus No. 8, Tony Destro No. 10, Al Bradley No. 13 and Leone No. 14. Closest to the pin were Gary Haase No. 5, Bifaro No. 8, Walawender No. 14, and Kaus No. 16. Winners of the par-3 contest were Walawender(A, +1), Mackowiak(B, +2), and Leone(C, +2). Top point winners: Walawender (51), Willoughby (37) and Aldrich (28). Season points leaders: 1) Wolfe (405), 2) Robert Calph (271), 3) Danny Kubera (239), 4) Dave Franklin (231), 5) Al Etzel (180), 6) Ed Tofil (179), 7) Kaus (158), 8) Willoughby (157), 9) Dave Mathews (154), 10) Waterman (143), 11) Ron Rys (137), 12) Mackowiak (136), 13) Walawender (132), 14) Haase (129), 15) Bongiovanni (122), 16) Bob Thompson (113), 17) Tom Destro (111), 18) Weaver (110), 19) Dunning (100), 20) Tony Destro (99). This week the league plays Downing Golf Course in Harborcreek, Pa. The first tee time is at 9:30 a.m. Interested golfers are asked to sign up with John @ 785-2291 by Monday evening.