For the record

Today’s local sports schedule

Friday, May 5

High School baseball

Brocton at Clymer

Sherman at Cass. Valley

Chaut. Lake vs Maple Grove at Bemus Pt. Elem.

Silver Creek at Fredonia double header

Randolph at Gowanda

Sweet Home at Lake Shore

Franklinville at Pine Valley

High School softball

Brocton at Clymer

Sherman at Cass. Valley

Chaut. Lake vs Maple Grove at Bemus Pt. Elem.

Westfield at Forestville

Silver Creek at Fredonia

Randolph at Gowanda

Sweet Home at Lake Shore double header

Franklinville at Pine Valley

High School boys


Cass. Valley at Fredonia

Dunkirk vs Maple Grove at Bemus Pt. Elem.

High School boys golf

Silver Creek at Cass. Valley

Falconer vs Dunkirk at Shorewood

High School track

Falconer Invitational: Chaut. Lake, Fredonia, Silver Creek, Westfield, Southwestern, Clymer.

High School boys lacrosse

Lake Shore at Amherst

Silver Creek at Salamanca

High School girls lacrosse

Vestal at Lake Shore

College track

Fredonia at SUNYAC championship in Cortland 2 p.m.

Youth Trap

Southern Tier League

Frewsburg’s Robbie Lingenfelter was the lone perfect score in this week’s competition for the Southern Tier Youth Trap League

Brocton 113: Connor Utegg 18, Travis Hollman 17, Connor Dispense 15, Tyler Schrader 14, Thomas Gens 13, Kaitlyn Matonic 12, Caleb Sunday 12, Jeffrey Bigelow 12.

Cassadaga Valley 172: Dalton Becker 24, Hope Catanese 23, Zack Bentley23, Dalton Crossley 21, Dylliane Wynn-Milner 24, Cole Morrison 20, Luke Ames 20, Maranda Perez 20.

Clymer 121: Cody Holthouse 22, Dalton Holthouse 18, Brady Duryee 16, Cleo Kendrick 15, Dan Gustafson 14, Dawson Perry 16, Emily Francis 15, Nathan Massing 15.

Panama 75: Kaci Sikora 15, Brooke Sikora 12, DM 8 (x6).

Frewsburg 188: Robbie Lingenfelter 25, Hayden Edwards 24, Alex Kyler 24, Caleb Terhune 23, Hunter Whippo 23, Mateo Riolo 23, Austin Anderson 23, Dylan Pearson 22.

Maple Grove 139: Kris Bajdo 21, Nathaniel Stanford 20, Peter Higgs 19, Kam Whalen 19, Marcus Taylor 18, Cody Stanford 16, Scott Bloss 14, Trent Sweatman 12.

Sherman 140: Landen Swan 21, Bailey Weeks 21, Emily Starceski 17, Sam Starceski 17, Austin Tallman 17, Chance Meeder 16, Alex Kochanowski 16, Sam Gangemi 15.

Chautauqua Lake 125: Austin Davis 22, Rion Martin 21, Cody Hammond 16, Michael Hetrick 16, Kristian Snyder 15, Jared Raynor 14, James Majewski 11, Cheyenne Meeder 10.

Southwestern 151: Tage Coil 23, Zack Miceli 21, Dawson Dietrick 20, Austin Deveareau 18, Braley Lackner 18, Steve Raymond 18, Matt Lowery 17, Jared Coffin 16.

Falconer 143: Knut Burstrom 20, Jon Zdunski 20, Jimmy Campbell 19, Joshua Fisher 19, Sean Cobb 18, Eric Kanouff 17, Seth Beckerink 15, Brock Johnson 15.


Asquith Senior League

The Asquith Senior Golf Tour match at Gowanda Country Club on Monday, May 8 is cancelled due to course conditions.

The next event is at Cable Hollow Golf Course on Monday, May 15.

Youth Baseball

Wright League

Pucci’s Carpets 15, Davis Construction 12

In the first game played of the season, which was delayed due to recent rainouts, Pucci’s Carpets edged Davis Construction.

For Pucci’s, getting two hits and scoring two runs was Ashton Putney, while Nathan Sercu scored three runs in the victory.

Ian Ferguson made a beautiful catch in left field to stop a Davis Construction rally in the fifth inning.

Davis Construction was led offensively by Colin Luce, who had two hits and two runs. Sarah Davis had two runs scored in the loss for Davis Construction. Bryce Bacher hit a three-run triple in the first inning for Davis Construction.

Adult Golf


Country Club

Wednesday Ladies — The lowest of the high scores were posted by Melissa Kelly, DeeDee DuBois, Michelle Helmer, Kay Pagano, Linda Roos and Pam Ulrich. Janice Wintersteen and Deb Ulrich shot low team net with a 30. Skins went to sisters Kay Pagano and Deb Ulrich for pars on No. 1 and No. 4, respectively. Barb Swan’s name was picked from a hat to win the prize for prompt dues payment, Mary Kelley cashed in on the 50/50 and Lisa Cieslewicz won “the card game” which benefits the league’s efforts to support research programs at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. On a much warmer evening, on April 26, DuBois and Kelley won the two-person scramble played prior to the Spring meeting.