For the Record — June 29

Announcements

Cheer camp

registration underway in Silver Creek

SILVER CREEK – Cheerleading Camp, open to boys and girls in Pre-kindergarten through 8th grade, will be held Monday to Friday, July 17-21, at Silver Creek High School from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Hosted by Black Knight varsity cheerleaders, campers will enjoy five days focusing on all elements of cheerleading. Age groups will be split to allow ample learning time. Daily snacks and drinks provided. There will be a pep rally at the end of the week for families. Registration spots are limited. Cost is $100; anyone who makes a payment by Saturday gets a $20 discount. Visit “http://www.silvercreek.wnyric.org/” for a registration form and drop off or send to the elementary office, 1 Dickinson St., Silver Creek, 14136. Direct inquiries to Tami Faraci at “tfaraci@silvercreekschools.org” or 467-2541.

Chautauqua Hurricanes Basketball Camp

The Chautauqua Hurricanes basketball organization is hosting a June 30 registration event for youth participants in Brocton at Brocton Central School near the high school gym from 3 to 5 p.m. Area youth participants can also register on Mondays and Thursdays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Salvation Army located at 704 Central Avenue in Dunkirk.

The three-day basketball camp will be held for ages 8 through 16 for boys and girls from July 10-12 and July 24-26. Girls will practice from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. followed by boys from 10 a.m. to noon. The cost will be $50 per camper, which is nonrefundable and will include a camp T-shirt.

The Hurricanes will also be sponsoring a 3-on-3 tournament for grades 4-12, which is held separately from the camp and will cost $40 to enter.

For more information about any of the events, or to register, contact 467-5574 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. or email chautauquahurricane@yahoo.com.

2017 Gary Tripp Memorial Golf Tournament

The 2017 tournament is set for Saturday, September 9, at Hillview/Vineyards golf courses in Fredonia. There will be prizes and/or games at each hole.

The registration fee of $65 per golfer includes food on the courses and dinner at the Kosciuszko Club.

Times for GTMGT being with registration at 9 a.m., shotgun start at 10 a.m. and dinner and awards at 4 p.m.

The deadline to sign up foursomes is Friday, September 1. Contact Katie or Pat at 366-1044.

Money raised from the past tournaments have been used to establish an annual Gary Tripp colorectal cancer research fund at Roswell Park, an annual GTMGT Dunkirk High School scholarship and an annual donation to the GTMGT SUNY Fredonia scholarship.

Chautauqua Jets

Track & Field

The Chautauqua Jets track and field team have a youth and development program for kids in grades 5-8, to help better their skills and techniques. The program targets local Dunkirk boys and girls, but all Chautauqua County athletes are welcome to join.

Registration will be held on Thursday, July 6, at 7 p.m. at Dunkirk High School. At registration, youths will be required to pay a $20 USA Track and Field (USATF) membership fee along with a copy of their birth certificates. If for any reason a youth cannot pay the $20 fee, they can receive membership fee assistance — no youth will be turned away as a result of the fee.

The program will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays for six weeks, culminating into a special event that will be held August 11.

Adult Golf

Hillview Golf Course

Girls4Golf Tuesday Night League (June 27) — Low gross was won by Judith Waterman with a 48, followed by Nancy Phillips 51, Kay Richard 52 and Donna Frost 56. Low net was won by Judith Waterman with a 35, followed by Sue Gotowka and Kay Richard with 41s, Nancy Phillips 42 and Linda Hodorowicz 45. Nancy Phillips was in charge of Fourth off July fun night with the girls wearing red, white and blue. Closest to the American flag on holes No. 1, 3 and 8 were won by Sue Johnson, Debbie Yerico and Linda Hodorowicz. Nancy Phillips had two chip-ins on No. 6 and No. 9.

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Women Who Golf for Fun (June 28) — Pat Daniel and Pat Kaus tied for first place, closely followed by Theresa Leone. The Golfer of the Week was Debbie Kotar. Following the game, the ladies met for lunch at Liberty Cafe. New members are always welcome. For information call Phyllis East, 679-8350.

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Tuesday Night Men’s League — Closest to the pin: Mark Botts (No. 5). A and B skins: Mark Botts (Nos. 1, 4 and 7 — 22 points). C and D skins: Ange Leone (Nos. 3 and 7 — 16 points). A and B gross : Botts 37. C and gross: Leone 44.

Cassadaga

Country Club

Tuesday Night Men’s Golf League (June 27) — Tim Bulger 35, Brad Kelly 36, Steve Wintersteen 36, Brenton Wilcox 37, Tyler Lerow 38, Fred Chamberlin 39, John Crossley 39 and Don House 39. Low net: Bulger, net 29. Closest to the pin: Dave Kobel (hole No. 6).

Youth Baseball

Dunkirk 6,

Southwestern 0

Dunkirk outlasted Southwestern in Little League district play winning 6-0. Alex Ahlstrom led Dunkirk at the plate with two home runs. Bryson Travis collected two hits for two RBIs. Javy DeJesus added a homer and Tyler Karin singled. DeJesus got the win on the mound throwing three innings after being relieved by Ahlstrom, Karin and Jack Lanski. Combined they struck out nine allowing just three hits.

Brocton 28,

Chautauqua Lake 6

Brocton’s Minor League All-Stars defeated Chautauqua Lake’s All-Stars, 28-6. Brocton hit 42 for 48 with five players: Jonovan Kristan, Steve McNair, Erick Lopez, Jaden Gonzalez, and Kane Cook who batted 1.000 at the plate. Chautauqua Lake’s leaders were Tristen Gibbs with three hits, Grady Obert, Greyson Wellman and Seth Stanford each added two hits.

Kosciuszko Club 25,

First Ward Falcons 0

Zachary Zentz, Henry Leone, Josh Lemanski and Donnie Jackson combined for the Kosciuszko Club pitching win striking out one, two, one and one respectively. Offensively Kosciuszko Club was led by Tyler Karin with three doubles and two singles; Zentz had a triple and a home run Jackson a triple and a single, Derek Paradis and Christian Lemanski each with a double and single, Leone and Bryson Travis each with two singles and Josh Lemanski and Teddy Roberts each with a single. Taking the pitching loss for First Ward was Issiah Ruiz, Christian Hernandez, Brian Thurston and Sebastian DeGolier with a combined six strikeouts. Ian Emery recorded the only hit for First Ward.

Kosciuszko Club 14,

Dunkirk Police 1

Jonathan Ganey, Zachary Zentz and Henry Leone combined for the Kosciuszko Club pitching win striking out one, three and one respectively. Offensively for Kosciusko Club, Tyler Karin and Teddy Roberts led the way with doubles and a single each. Bryson Travis homered, Donnie Jackson with a double, and Jonathan Ganey and Gabe Valentine each singled. Defensively Karin threw out two Police runners. Taking the pitching loss for Dunkirk Police was Jayden Rodriguez, striking out five.

Youth Trap League

Western Chautauqua County Trap League (June 21)

Big Tree 338,

Ripley 369

Top shooters for Big Tree were: Linda Gilbert 50, Will Ortman 50, Scott Hammer 50, Terry Sanden 48, Val Holthouse 48, Jerry Burnett 46 and Mike Asel 46. High Lady Linda Gilbert 50, Jr. Cody Holthouse 45, Jr. Lady Kaci Sikora 41, Sub Jr. Cleo Kendrick 35, Sub Jr. none, Sub Vet. Jack Brunco 43, Vet. Dirk Simmonsen 46, Sr. Vet. Rodger Rhinehart 46 and Super Sr. Vet. Jerry Burnett 46. Top shooters for Ripley: Howard Maille 48, Mark Mason 48, Tim Farnham 47, Sid Meeder Sr. 47, Mark Henry 47, Bob Murray 46 and Jim Carris 46. High Lady Sheila Yokom 46, Jr. Lady Cheyenne Meeder 31, Jr. none, Sub Jr. Wyatt Meeder 32, Sub Jr. Kayla Yokom 35, Sub Vet. Mike Campaign 36, Vet. Jack Mosier 42, Vet. Murray 46 and Super Sr. Vet. Carris 46.

Westfield 323,

Ellery 239

Top shooters for Westfield: Kenton Knopp 49, Mac McCausland 47, Rose Corbran 47, Don Munson 45, Jeff Gens 45, Will Mason 45 and Tom Tutmaher 45. High Lady Corbran 47, Jr. Lady none, Jr. Garret Abbott 44, Sub Jr. none, Sub Jr. Lady Sydnie Tutmaher 34, Sub Vet. none, Vet. Kelly Brown 39, Sr. Vet. none and Super Sr. Vet. Munson 45.

Top shooters for Ellery: Ron Harmon 45, Rob Graham 45, Don Johnson 40, Lisa Boardman 34, Rich Westfahl 33, Janice Johnson 12 and a blind of 30. High Lady Boardman 34 and Sub Vet. Harmon 45.

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