For the Record — Sept. 7

Today’s high school schedule

Girls volleyball

Brocton at Forestville

Silver Creek at Gowanda

Dunkirk at Fredonia

North Collins at Cass. Valley

Girls soccer

Silver Creek at Chaut. Lake

Westfield at Pine Valley

Lake Shore at Iroquois

Dunkirk at Falconer

Maple Grove at Fredonia

Girls tennis

Olean at Fredonia

Girls swimming

Southwestern at Fredonia

Adult golf

Cassadaga Country Club

Tuesday Night Men’s Golf League (Sept. 5) – Rod Lind 34, Tyler Lerow 35, Rick Roos 37, Tim Bulger 38, Fred Chamberlin 38, Mike Lancaster 38, Matt Wallace 38, Todd Fenton 39, Brad Kelly 39, Ron Martin, Jr. 39, Kerry Murphy 39 and Steve Wickmark 39. In low net: Steve Wickmark net 21. For closest to the pin hole on No. 15, Ron Martin, Jr. In skins, Fred Chamberlin, No. 11, birdie.

Hillview Golf Course

Tuesday Night Men’s Golf League (Sept. 5) — Closest to the pin, No. 5: Al Etzel. A&B skins: No. 5 and No. 7, Al Etzel and No. 9, Jim Szalkowski. C&D skins: No. 1 and No. 7, Ken Novelli and No. 4, Steve Galardo. Low score, A&B: Al Etzel 36, Jim Szalkowski 39, Mark Botts 39. Low score, C&D: Steve Galardo 42, Ken Novelli 44.


Black Knight Hall Class of ’17 to be honored

This year’s Black Knight Hall of Fame class will be honored at halftime of the varsity football game on Friday, Sept. 22. The induction ceremony will be held at Tri-County Country Club on Saturday, Sept. 23.

This year’s inductees are:

Larry Huff Sr., Class of 1969

Jim Azzarella Sr., ’70

Tom Herring Jr., ’83

Connie Williams, ’83

Matt Mazurek, ’02

For tickets to the dinner, please contact the Athletic Office at 934-2603, ext. 4208.

Excelsior Award nominations accepted

LATHAM — The New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) and Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) are now accepting nominations for the 8th Annual Excelsior Award, an honor co-sponsored by both organizations.

“We are excited to team with CSEA once again to offer this award to those who go outside their daily routines to promote athletics in their community,” said NYSPHSAA Executive Director, Robert Zayas. “For eight years we’ve recognized individuals making a huge difference and this year we are looking forward to honoring a CSEA member in a NYSPHSAA school once again.”

The Excelsior Award was developed through a partnership between NYSPHSAA and CSEA to recognize a CSEA member in a NYSPHSAA school who has helped promote and foster athletic spirit in their local school district. The award also honors an individual who has displayed extraordinary dedication and support of high school athletics in any role as a parent, coach, booster or staff member volunteering or performing above and beyond their daily job in a school. CSEA has been a sponsor of NYSPHSAA’s high school state championships since 2003 and both organizations developed the award in 2010 in honor of CSEA’s 100th anniversary.

“High school athletics make communities strong,” said CSEA President Danny Donohue. “CSEA members who work in school districts play an important role in supporting athletic programs in every part of New York but so do our members who are parents, coaches and boosters too.”

Nominations, which will be accepted through Oct. 9, can be found online at

The 2017 Excelsior Award recipient will be honored at the NYSPHSAA Football Championships at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse Nov. 24 and 26.

Gary Tripp golf tourney is Saturday

Registration for the Gary Tripp Memorial Golf Tournament will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Vineyards Golf Course. The shotgun start is at 10 a.m.

‘Drills and Skills’ basketball clinic set

The Fredonia Boys Basketball Program will be hosting an open basketball “Drills & Skills Clinic” for any boys or girls in Grades 1-8 starting Monday, Sept. 11 at the Wheelock Elementary School Gym. This weekly clinic will take place on Monday and Wednesday nights from 6 to 7:30 p.m. If you have any questions, email Greg Lauer at or Nick Bertrando at

Al Tech Invitational announces foursomes

The Al Tech Invitational is set for Saturday, Sept. 9, at Cable Hollow. The first group tees off at 10 a.m. Registration is at 9:30 a.m. Foursomes are as follows: Group No. 1: Rick Bellando, Gene Bellando, Brian Riley, Tom Keller; Group No. 2: Joe Mijka, Dave Stoll, Jim Hofer, Zeke Curtain; Group No. 3: Al Bradley, Jeff Rich, Frank Benamanti, Kevin Porteuss; Group No. 4: Phil Kleeberger, Bob Scott, Dan Alessi, Gary Vandevande; Group No. 5: Ed Grewisch, George Alessi, VIN Cole; Group No. 6: Bob Cerrie, VIN Paternosh, Bob Goulubski, Walt Koba; Group No. 7: Fred Sterns, Fred Sterns Jr., Larry Chaffee. Please contact Rick Bellando at 952-7101 with any questions.

‘Stack Your Balls’ Golf Scramble planned

The 2nd Annual One Ball “Stack Your Balls” Golf Scramble for Testicular Cancer will be held at Cardinal Hills Golf Course in Randolph on Saturday, Sept. 23. Entry fee is $280 per team (includes lunch and dinner) with a 10 a.m. shotgun start.

“Stack Your Balls” is a fun format where you can stack multiple birdie/eagle putts on top of each other on the same hole. Each team will post a regular scramble score and a “Stack Your Balls” score.

All proceeds benefit One Ball Foundation, a local 501c3 non-profit organization whose mission is to raise awareness about testicular cancer and help support those in treatment. Hole Sponsors are being accepted, as well as donations to be used for raffle prizes and hole prizes. For more details contact Ben Lindquist at 499-8427, or go to, where you can register a team, become a sponsor, or make a donation.

Registration deadline is Sept. 14 and the tournament is limited to the first 32 teams to pre-register and pay.