For the Record
Dunkirk 9-10 year olds advance to finals
FALCONER — The Dunkirk 9-10 year old Little League All-Stars advanced to the District 38 unsanctioned tournament finals with a 15-4 victory over Bemus Point.
Zachary Zentz and Jonathan Ganey pitched in the win, combining to allow just three hits while striking out nine.
Leading the offense was Henry Leone with three hits. Gainey added two doubles while Issiah Ruiz and Thomas Shaffer had two hits. Anthony Piede also doubled in the win.
Dunkirk is set to face Southwestern in the championship game on Wednesday at 6:00 at in Falconer.
Shorewood Country Club
9 & Dine Event — The 2017 9 & Dine was held on Friday July 14. There were 19 teams in this year’s event and fun was had by all! The format was a 2-person scramble with food and beverage stations on holes 4, 7 and 9.
The team of Amy Redman and Terry Redman won the event by shooting a 2-under-par 34. Congratulations Amy and Terry! Thank you to all of the participants and all of the volunteers!
Friday Night Couples at Vineyards Golf Course
It was a beautiful night for golf for all the couples that played on Friday night at the Vineyards. Scores ranged from 33-36 and closest to pin on #1 was won by Jude Gardner. After golf a full chicken dinner was served and then gift certificates to local restaurants were given out to 3 lucky golfers. This golf outing is open to all golfers no matter how your golf skills are. To participate please sign up at the Vineyards no later than Thursday afternoon or you can call the Vineyards at 672-7888 to be added to the list.
NCSA Concord U16G’s win Clanrance Summer Classic
NCSA Concord U16G’s won Clanrance Summer Classic Tournament for fourth year in a row, outscoring their opponents by an average of three goals per game.
The Concord ladies allowed only one goal throughout the weekend. The tournament started with Concord facing the NWAA Stallions with a score of 1-0 in favor of the Northern Chautauqua ladies. Game 2 against the Cheektowaga Stars ended in a win for the Concord ladies with a score of 4-1, moving them onto the championship on Sunday.
The championship game saw the Concord U16G’s facing off against the Greece United FG Minarik. Concord scored twice in the first half. Greece United was able to hold the scoring to just that, but despite a few openings late in the second, neither team was able to find the back of the net resulting in a fourth-straight Championship for Concord.
Coach Brett Gould said, “My favorite part was the compliments they drew from opposing coaches about how they play the game, treat their teammates and opponents. Play hard. Play clean. First class. That’s a life win.”