For the Record
Local sports schedule
Friday, May 19
High School Baseball
Dunkirk at Alden
Wilson at Fredonia
Chaut. Lake at Cass. Valley
Portville at Westfield
Gowanda at Tonawanda
High School Boys Lacrosse
Lake Shore at West Seneca
Fredonia Little League Softball
Fredonia Police Benevolent Association vs. Meeders Restaurant
The Fredonia Police were led offensively by Mikaylee Baliya and Elizabeth Proper who pounded out four hits each. Brianna Dougherty and Bryleigh Wicks also recorded three hits each, while Norrah Waterman and Ava Zahm added two hits. Liberty Maring, Avery Smith and Sophia Smith led Meeders with two hits each.
Fredonia Wright League 9-12 Baseball
CoPar Construction 9, Pucci’s Carpet One 3
CoPar was led by the pitching of Ethan Leid (seven strikeouts) and Matt Cash (five strikeouts). Daniel Cook had three hits, while Leid and Andrew Cowan (double) added two hits each and Ryan Kelly scored three runs. For Pucci’s, Jack Mansfield doubled and Ashton Putney scored two runs.
CoPar Construction 6, Gullo Greenscape 5
Ethan Leid broke a 5-5 tie in the bottom of the sixth inning with a two-out, bases-loaded, walk-off single. Leid and Matt Cash combined for 15 strikeouts while Andrew Kinney and Leid doubled to lead CoPar. For Gullo, Owen Ludwig had a strong game with nine strikeouts while Fred Gullo (double) and Lucas Hoffman added hits.
CoPar Construction 15, Davis Construction 2
Ethan Leid (home run, triple) went 3 for 3 while Matt Cash, Andrew Cowan, Ryan Kelly and Andrew Kinney (triple) chipped in two hits each for CoPar. Leid, Cash and Cowan combined for 17 strikeouts. For Davis, Albert Baxter (double) and Sarah Davis each had a hit.
10U Valley League
Westfield vs. Sinclairville
Westfield Fairpoint pounded out 18 hits while only allowing one in Valley League play. Eva Gnadzinski led the way going 4 for 4 at the plate with two doubles. She also pitched three innings striking out nine and allowing one hit. Sisters Madyson and Molly Burgess combined for five hits while Sydney Hotchkiss added two hits including a double. Mckenzie Schumaker also had a double. Madyson Burgess also contributed on the mound recording one inning with three strikeouts. For Sinclairville, Riley Pascoe had the lone hit. Defensively Eliza Anderson and Riley Pascoe for Sinclairville were the stars.
Brocton Portland Little League
Misty Ridge 3
For Rexford, Ryan Laurito hit a home run. Lauren Stressing hit a double, two singles and had three RBIs. Aiden Gatto had six strikeouts on the mound and hit a single.Devon Tolbert hit two singles. Anthony Gatto had two strikeouts and hit a single. For Misty Ridge, Tristan Phillips threw three strikeouts while on the mound. Cameron Corbett hit a triple, a double, a single and had two RBIs. Carter Russon threw five strikeouts while on the mound
Southern Tier Travel Soccer League
Enchanted Mountain SC 18U Boys 2, Concord FC 18U Boys 1
Mike Persch scored Concord FC’s lone goal in their first loss of the season. Marcus Seastedt and Andrew Conti split time in goal. Jim Rush played outstanding defense.
Concord FC 18U Boys 10, Northwest 18U Boys 0
Jackson Taylor had three goals and two assists; Austin Venn had two goals; Jamie Polo tallied three assists with Caleb Reynalds chipping in two helpers. Mike Persch, Gabe Persch, Marcus Seastedt, Jim Rush and Max Kinkela each had goals to help with Concord FC’s first win of the season. Their record improved to 1-1-1. Marcus Seastedt and Andrew Conti earned the clean sheet in goal.
SC United 2, Concord FC 0
Concord FC dropped to 3-1 with a hard fought loss to SC United in Jamestown. Although Concord dominated play for long stretches SC United took advantage of their chances and scored goals near the end of both halves to secure the victory. David Barrett and Tyler Sullivan shared goal-keeping duties in the game for Concord. Concord’s offensive attempts were led by Carley Wilson and Henry Leone. Also playing strong in the game were Emma Patterson and Olivia Cole at defense and forward, respectively. Jack Pietro earned the Star patch for the game for his efforts at center back.
Post 434 Men’s League
Jon Espersen shot the low round this week with a 39 followed by Andy Deakin 42, Scott Leamer 42, Scott Jagoda, 42 Dave Willebrandt 43 and Dave Holser 43. Closest to the pins were won by Steve Woleben No. 4, and Jason Remington No. 7. Low net honors this week were shared by Leamer, Espersen andd Pete Miller with a net 32.
Cassadaga Country Club
Wednesday Ladies — Low scores: Michelle Helmer 46, Linnea Nichols 46, Jodi Hoffman 50, Janice Wintersteen 50 and Lori Danforth 51. Janice Wintersteen and Deb Ulrich shot low team net with a 30. Skins went to Nichols (No. 1, par), Linda Roos (No. 3, bogey), and Hoffman (No. 5, par). Pam Ulrich was closest to the pin on No.6. Donna Frost cashed in on the 50/50 and Brenda Swanson won the card game.
ParTee Girls Tuesday Golf League — Low gross: Lori Foster (50) and Pat Thompson (51). Low Net: Foster, Thompson, Sue Wagner, Jill Muck, Kim Underwood, June Beers and Trudy Gollnitz (all with a 37). Foster won closest to the pin on No. 4 and No. 7. No one won the 50/50.
Tuesday nite mens league — Low score A&B: Al Etzel. Low score C&D: KenNovelli. Closest to the pin No. 5 Jim Szalkowski. A&B skins: Ron Kirkby No. 1, Jim Szalkowski No. 5, Mike Willoughby No. 7, Al Etzel No. 8, Ray Deland No. 9. C&D skins: Steve Galardo No. 3, Dave Taber No. 5, Ken Novelli No. 4 & No. 6
Gowanda Country Club
Ladies League — First low gross: Kim Gier 43. Second low gross: Dawn Cordaro 50. First low net: Tina Frascella 36. Second low gross: Marianne Hoisek 38.