For the Record

Today’s high school schedule

Cross country

Fredonia at Gowanda

Silver Creek at Randolph

Girls soccer

Falconer at Dunkirk

Fredonia at Maple Grove

Silver Creek at Cassadaga Valley

Frewsburg at Chautauqua Lake

Westfield at North Collins

Girls swimming

Fredonia at Salamanca

Frewsburg at Chautauqua Lake

Girls volleyball

Brocton at Gowanda

Dunkirk at Cassadaga Valley

North Collins at Silver Creek

Adult bowling

Lucky Lanes

Women’s A league — JoAnne Arnold 161-169; Jackie Grant 198; Penny Haight 199-509; Julie Mikula 162; Roberta Patterson 167-172; Jane Rose 161; Debbie Skinner 166; Cathy A. Smith 161; Rose Spicer 168-186; Alyssa Velk 178-198-502.

Women’s A leaugue — JoAnne Arnold 172-172-501; Rhiann Eckstrom 162; Jackie Grant 213-171-539; Julie Mikula 174; Shirley Salerno 173; Debbie Skinner 167-166-188-521; Rose Spicer 178; Alyssa Velk 166; Connie Wojcinski 177

Bob Frame Thursday B — Rich Glowniak 233, Joe Granada 225, Doug Lynden 203-232-201-636, Howie Burgess 279-238-715, Tricia Kent 261 200-655, Lenny Truby III 209, Steve Dando 216, Greg Height 210-202-200 612, Frank Issler 218, Jim Michaels 204, Phil Maslak Jr 210-214-241-665, Mark Pati 201, Al Pati 210, Dave Ludemann 200, Tim Lillie 200-224, Les Ludemann 226-200-618, Tim Krauza 210, Willie Rivera 201, Dan Laurito 247-235-659, Matt Laurito 213, Ricky Laurito 214.

Bob Frame Thursday B — Dave Ludemann 203-216-600, Tim Lillie 226-230-638, Les Ludemann 224, Jim Michaels 268, Mark Pati 202-227-607, Al Pati 202-221, Rich Glowniak 204, Fred Wise 203, Doug Lynden 246-611, Nick Sheffield 211, Steve Sandi 216-227, Ricky Laurito 211-211.

Adult golf

Wednesday Travel League

The family of the late Mary Ellen Benamati would like to thank all the golfers of the Wednesday Travel League for their continued support of the Mary Ellen Benamati Memorial Scholarship Fund. The award this year went to Westfield Academy & Central School graduate David Grayson, who will be attending West Virginia University.


Youth recreation program planned

The Family Martial Arts Center and The Karate Kidz Zone of Chautauqua County will sponsor a free one-week youth recreation program for all county residents ages two through 18 years of age.

The seminar will be hosted at 355 Central Ave. Fredonia (next to Family Video) Oct. 2-7. All participants should wear relaxed clothing, such as sweats and a tee shirt. Details are accurately described below. After completion of the program, each student who decides to enroll with our classes will receive a free uniform.

The program will offer students an opportunity to grow decision making skills by learning how to be responsible and accept consequences for their actions; learning how to make good health and diet choices; and learning how to make good substance choices (saying no to drugs and alcohol.)

Students will also learn to grow interpersonal skills. They will grow their skills on building and maintaining interpersonal relationships, including family, friends and social situations; and learn how to be a leader and a positive role model for their peers.

The program also promotes physical fitness and shows students how to take care of their bodies in a positive manner. Finally, students will be learning self-defense, “stranger danger” and how to extract themselves from a sticky situation with the least amount of harm.

The Family Martial Arts Center has been offering youth programs for 20 years. They are partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of Dunkirk, Family Video and previously partnered with The Chautauqua Opportunities Inc. Youth Service Team.

Register by calling 680-1121 or 913-0397 or stopping by. Feel free to log onto for more information.

Fredonia Fall Ball season ends

The Fredonia Fall Ball season concluded its sixth season this past Sunday at the Ed Eagan complex on an unseasonably warm fall day.

The season saw six baseball and six softball teams play every Sunday for the past two months with each player growing in abilities from week to week.

Coordinators Scott VanDette and Tim Cowan would like to thank all players, coaches, parents and umpires who, made the season a great success. We look forward to seeing everyone out on the diamonds this spring.