For the Record — Oct. 28
Today’s high school playoffs schedule
(Class C semifinal) Silver Creek at Cleveland Hill, 2 p.m.
(Class D final) North Collins vs. Frewsburg at Dunkirk, 1:30 p.m.
(Class C final) Maple Grove vs. Allegany-Limestone at Dunkirk, 3:30 p.m.
NCCYHA Bantam Travel
Lockport 6, NCCYHA Steelers 5
The Steelers lost a close one to open the 2017-18 season. Matt Lotter and Gabe Schrader each scored twice, while Alex Paluch netted one. Lincoln Paternosh had two assists and Simon Davis had a helper. Tate Olson suffered the loss in net while playing his first time.
Team Nowicki 5, Depew 1
Team Nowicki was once again led by David Girdlestone with two goals, while Joe Worczak had a goal and two assists, Braiden Truby had a goal and an assist, and Connor Nowicki had a goal. Matt Andin had two assists and Alex Madurski added an assist for he team. Wilson Szydlo earned the win between the pipes for the Steelers.
Wednesday Travel League
On Oct. 18, the league played “Beautiful Overlake” in Girard, Pa. Robert Calph and Ed Tofil each shot the low round of 77, with Calph the overall winner on a tiebreaker. Both golfers shot 37-40 and were both the low front and back nines. Bob Thompson was the B Flight champion. The winner of the Bruce “Java” Chrabasz Commissioner’s Award was Jack Griswold.
Untied birdies were recorded by: A Flight — Tofil (No. 4), Pat Weaver (No. 5), Gary Richardson (No. 7), and Calph (Nos. 8 and 12); B Flight — Gary Haase (Nos. 2 and 18), Thompson (No. 4), Bill Aldrich (Nos. 5, 11, and 14), Ken Kaus (Nos. 7 and 9), and Joe Bifaro (Nos. 16 and 17). Closest to the pin were Calph (Nos. 2 and 8), Jack Hood (No. 6), Kaus (No. 12), and Richardson (No. 14). Top point winners were Calph (50), Kaus (28), and Aldrich (23).
On Oct. 25, the league played under small-scale rules at Cable Hollow Golf Course in Russell, Pa. Ed Tofil earned his league-leading 8th tour victory of the season, posting the low round of 82. Robert Calph was second with 85. Calph led the front nine with 42 while Tofil led the back nine with 39. The winner of the Bruce “Java” Chrabasz Commissioner’s Award was Jack Hood.
Untied birdies were recorded by: Lenny Leszkowicz (No. 1), Tofil (Nos. 4, 11, 13, 14, and 18), Calph (Nos. 7 and 9), Bob Thompson (Nos. 5 and 8), and John Waterman (Nos.16 and 17). Closest to the pin were Waterman (No. 2), and Calph (Nos. 5 and 17). Top point winners were Tofil (18), Waterman (15), and Calph (10). Season points leaders: 1) Mike Wolfe (540), 2) Calph (485), 3) Tofil (422), 4) Danny Kubera (352), 5) Al Etzel (348), 6) Ken Kaus (273), 7) Dave Mathews (270), 8) Joe Michalski and Butch Mackowiak (263), 10) Dave Franklin (250).
For the rest of the season, league play will depend on weather conditions. Golfers will be alerted by email with details. Or golfers can call John at 785-2291 to inquire.
Shorewood Country Club
Men’s Club Championship results — Champioship Flight: Josh Harrington 73-74-147, Richard Swanson 79-70-149, Mark Coyle 72-79-151, Patrick Swanson 75-77-152, Derek Dawson 75-80-155, Dave Newton 81-75-156, Blake Ihrig 81-78-159, Larry Lundin 77-83-160, Lee Parker 83-78-161, Kaine Kelly 81-83-164, Mike Ringler 85-81-166, John Swoyer 84, Scott Herdzik 92-78-170, Moonie Rys 87-85-172, Ed Piazza 96-83-179. A Flight: Brandon Ihrig 80-82-162, Terry Redman 80-82-162, Vincent Conti 89-85-174 and Joe Askar 107-WD. B Flight: Rick Ketcham 86-86-172, Chad Artrip 84-89-173, Joe Woloszyn 96-89-185. Dan Tramuta 96-100-196 and Joe Gould 103-96-199. C Flight: Dan Astry 97-93-190, Don Matyas 94-97-191, Wally Gotowka 97-94-191 and John Tofil 98-97-195.
Fumble Bowling League (Oct. 18) — Tony Mistretta 229-608, Devon Fijal 205-189-553, Mary Erice 164-220-162-546, Brenda Kertsetter 175-165-201-541, April Jagoda 163-178-500, Cinnie Wojcinski 160, Pam Pleszewski 167, Marie Skubis 191, Anne Haase 166, Cheryl Sullivan 175, Donna Zuchowski 166, Vicki Rylowicz 192, Nancy Mosier 164, Kathy Price 184 and Peggy Lucas 162. High game: Bobek’s Autotrans-1072. High series: Bobek’s Autotrans 2989.
Women’s A League — JoAnne Arnold 175-193-515; Michele Bouquin 165; Cassie Brower 169; Jackie Grant 167; Penny Haight 162; Julie L Mikula 191; Linda Powell 161; Sara Tulipane 173-176
Westfield Recreation Department announces fall programs
The Westfield Recreation Department has some new adult programs starting this fall at Eason Hall. On Monday evenings from 7 to 8:30 p.m. there is a pickup pickleball group that plays at Eason Hall. In early November, they will be bringing back the corn hole league that started last year. The league will take place on Wednesday evenings from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Both programs are free to the public. There is no need to sign up for the pickleball group. However, anyone interested in signing up for the corn hole league should call 753-6842 (Andrew). Each team must have at least two players with a maximum of four players. All participants must be at least 18 years old.
It is not too late to sign up for local youth basketball for area boys and girls in first through sixth grades. Parents can sign their children up either by stopping by Eason Hall in Westfield anytime Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., or by visiting www.westfieldrec.org and printing off a registration form and mailing it to the Westfield Rec. Dept. at 23 Elm St. Westfield, NY 14787. The first day is on Saturday, Nov. 4 and the deadline to register is Saturday, Nov. 11.
The fee for Westfield residents is $25 for the first child, $20 for the second and $15 for the third (max. of $60 per family). Scholarships are available if needed. The fee for non-Westfield residents is $40 for the first child, $35 for the second and $30 for the third (max. of $105 per family).
For more information, contact the Westfield Recreation Department at 753-6842 (Andrew), http://www.facebook.com/WestfieldRecDept or email at email@example.com
Skating begins for the season on Friday, Nov. 3 with sessions at 6 to 7:30 p.m. for Pre-K to Grade 4 and 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. for Grade 5 and up. No one will be turned away, so skaters are asked not to arrive more than 15 minutes early for their session. Skating and horseplay in the street, on the sidewalk, or down the sides of the building are not permitted. Anyone leaving the building will not be allowed back in. Rough behavior, suggestive dancing and profanity will not be tolerated. The cost, including rentals, is $1 and the concession stand will be open. Parents willing to chaperone are asked to call Andrew at 753-6842.
There are five measured walking trails in the Village of Westfield. They are described on signs in Moore Park and the Welch Field. The trails are marked with color coded reflectors. Maps are also available at the Village of Westfield window in the Eason Hall.
Pilates are Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8 a.m. at the Eason Hall.
Call the Recreation Dept. at 326-4243, visit westfieldrec.org or follow on Facebook www.facebook.com/Westfield RecDept for more information.