For the Record
Lou Nocek B-II — Team high game: Agricultural Transport 1,059. Team high series: Agricultural Transport 3,138.
Individual high scores: Dan Struzynski 279-228-698, Greg Haase 215-247-232-694, Jack Reading 253-256-695, Mike Lucas 247-278, 695, Paul Nocek 220-268-681, Tom Jagoda 224-217-233-674, Ben Montague 210-208-225-643, Mark Nickerson 202-246-633, Tom Jagoda Jr. 243-220-630, Allen Nagel 219-226-629, Dave Meadows 234-203-629, Ryan Wise 222-210-619, Spencer Johnson 203-225-615, Brandon Haase 256-605, Scott Jagoda 243-604, Ted Schwalbe 243, Matt Eaker 229, Lee Szalkowski 222, Bill Lanski Jr. 200-213, Dean Wrwight 210, Jon Szwejbka 210, Jerry Jesionowski 205.
Wednesday Four Man — Team high game: Seybold Farms 915. Team high series: Seybold Farms 2,499.
Individual high scores: Kevin Kaszuba 211-234-245-690, Scott Kawski 248-248-689, Steve Krystofiak 214-248-233-685, Tom Battaglia 235-207-218-660, Tom Jagoda 205-233-214-652, Mike Lucas 246-202-642, Roger Pacos 211-228-636, Howie Burgess 256-627, Matt Forbes 204-243-615, Paul Nocek 216-231-613, Zach Fitzer 225-233-612, Spencer Johnson 213-215-607, Chad Cerrie 245-604, Michael Franklin 236, Matt Eaker 234, Erick Griewisch 233, Chris Surma 233-210, Gary Haase 227, Keith Glowniak 225, Dakota Griewisch 225, Brandon Haase 215, Shane Riethmiller 212, Dale Lombardo 210, Tricia Kent 204, Greg Wisniewski 202-203, Kevin Rose 203.
Tuesday Night Adult-Junior League — Juniors high scores: Bryson Pacos 234-552, Kyle Berkshire 122, Josh Ellman 204-256-636, Alyssa Graziano 160-157-144-461, Robert Kozlowski 162, Travis Langworthy 210-197-577, Ricky Burgstrom 278-210-667.
Adult high scores: Jim Pasierb 209-201-566, Cindy Ellman 177, Todd Langworthy 256-213-651, Jeanette Kozlowski 168-193-499, Carm Graziano 167, Rick Burgstrom 170, Kevin Kaszuba 212-209-207-628, Amy Reed 162, John Wiedenhofer 200, Roger Pacos 202.
Cattaraugus County Sports Banquet
Set for April 8
The 15th Annual Cattaraugus County Sports Hall of Fame banquet is set for Saturday, April 8 at the Little Valley Legion beginning at 6 pm.
Twelve new members will be enshrined that evening during the awards ceremony.
This year’s class, as always, was selected based on their longevity, dedication and success in sports.
The new inductees include: Fred Caya, (Portville), Robert Jimerson, Sr. (Gowanda), D.J. Whitmore(Salamanca), Barbara Duggan (Cattaraugus-Little Valley), Dick Edmunds, (Pioneer), Chad Lyter, (Allegany-Limestone), Bruno DeGiglio, (Olean), Susan Horton, (Ellicottville), Royce Ross, (Franklinville), Mike Williams, (West Valley), Wayne Marsh, (Cattaraugus-Little Valley) and Tommy “The Ironman” Irons (Olean), who will be inducted posthumously.
Family and friends of this year’s inductees are encouraged to attend the event.
Tickets at $25 apiece and can be reserved by emailing Mark Benton, Banquet Chairman, at email@example.com or call 532-4053 before March 31.
Dunkirk Baseball Comedy Night
Nick Siracuse and friends will put on a comedy show Saturday, March 11 at the Dunkirk Moose Lodge.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with the show slated to start at 7 p.m.
A cash bar and menu will be available, along with a Chinese auction and 50/50.
Donations are gladly accepted. Tickets are available at The Moose Lodge, Matt’s News and any varsity parent. Tickets are also available through varsity coach Frank Jagoda, by calling 785-4313.
The fundraiser is being used to help defray the cost of the Myrtle Beach Spring Baseball trip.
Sheriff’s to Play Charity Sled
On March 18, at 6 p.m., the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting their 11th annual fundraiser for the Jamestown Lakers Disabled Sled Hockey Team.
Members of the sheriff’s office will play in an exhibition sled hockey game against the still undefeated Laker’s team. This year’s event is being held during part of “The Special Hockey Extravaganza Tournament “ at the Northwest Savings Bank Ice Arena.
There will be players from the USA Hockey team taking part in the game, and signing autographs. These players are both gold, and silver medal winners at the World Nationals and Olympics.
100 percent of the proceeds from this event will go toward supporting the Lakers’ sled hockey program. The Lakers’ operate exclusively from fundraisers and private donations. There are no cost to the families of these disabled athletes, as it provides an opportunity for everyone one to play.
There is no cost to come to the event. There will be a Chinese auction and a 50/50 drawing. We are asking the public for help with either a donation, or an item for our auction. Pick up can be made available.
Anyone willing to help these disabled kids is asked to contact either Lakers’ head coach Rod Kolstee at 708-8727, or Deputy Hover at 499-7697. Tickets for the Chinese auction will go on sale March 17 and March 18. Participants do not have to be present to win.