For the Record

Adult golf

Friday Night Vineyards Couples League

We had 15 couples enjoying a beautiful night of golf and a delicious dinner provided by Manning’s Catering. Scores were a low of 30 and high of 35. Closest to the pin on #3 was Jan Manning. There will be play this Friday, and if interested, please call the Vineyards at 672-7888 to sign up by Wednesday at 7 p.m. so that we have a count for dinner. This is open to all adult couples, no matter your golfing skills. Any questions, call Bob Manning at 679-5799 or John Lakas at 679-6890.

Adult baseball

Men’s Senior Baseball League

PRO BATS YANKEES 10,

STERICYCLE ATHLETICS 2

A seven run sixth inning broke open a tight game, as the Yanks (8-1) defeated the A’s (2-5) behind an 11-hit attack. Stony Woodard led the Bombers with three hits and two RBI. Billy Coughlin scored twice and had two RBI of his own. Jason Howard (two runs scored), Joe Polichetti, Brent Carmello (double), Rich Hofer and Joe Coughlin collected other Yankee RBI. Justyn Vara earned the win on the mound, while Matt Eaker picked up the save. The pair allowed eight hits, walking six and striking out seven batters. Brian Gunnell (two hits, two runs) was on base all four times for the A’s. Zach Nykula (single) and Gib Stuart had the only RBI of the day. Kevin Silk and Nykula combined to pitch for the Athletics, striking out three batters and walking six.

Youth baseball

Section I Little League (11-12)

FREDONIA 8,

CENTRAL AMHERST 1

District 38 champion Fredonia started off sectional play in Batavia with a bang by having five different players score in Saturday’s 8-1 victory against District 4’s Central Amherst.

Starting pitcher Owen Rush pitched three innings, allowing only two hits with four strikeouts. He also helped his cause by going 2-4 at the plate, which included crushing a two-run home run to deep center field in the sixth inning, ending any hopes of a comeback.

Ashton Putney and Brady Helmer also pitched well for Fredonia, combining for six strikeouts, while not allowing a run in the last three innings of relief.

Micah Davis also played well in Fredonia’s victory by going 2-4 with a double.

Up next for Fredonia is a game in the winner’s bracket on Monday against the winner of Sunday’s contest between Webster and the host team from Batavia. Game time is 4:30 p.m.

Youth soccer

Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer (July 12)

(U-6)

King Kone defeated Shur Fine, 6-1. Scoring for King Kone was Hunter Edson with five goals and Caden Lacki with one goal. Scoring for Shur Fine was Antonio Bonasera with one goal.

Storer’s Cyclones defeated Roy G Biv, 5-2. Scoring for Storer’s was Dominic Armstrong with five goals. Scoring for Roy G Biv was Brayden Beichner and Brody Beichner (assist Brayden Beichner) each with one goal.

(U-8)

Barney’s Hoof Trimming defeated Park Church, 2-1. Scoring for Barney’s was Caleb Anderson with two goals. Scoring for Park Church was Mason Hinton.

Homestead Stables defeated Jamestown Macadam, 4-2. Scoring for Homestead Stable was Brody Hawkins with four goals. Scoring for Jamestown Macadam was Quinn Johnson and Logan Simpson each with one goal each.

(U-11)

Library Bookworms defeated Bethany Camp, 1-0. Scoring for Library Bookworms was Adrianna Myers. Goalies for Library Bookworms were Drake Rhoades and Cathryn Russell for the shutout.

SKM defeated KCR Enterprises, 5-0. Scoring for SKM was Emiley Anderson with three goals (assists Jackson Crowell, Jackson Hattaway and Carter Anderson), Tristan Stewart (assist Emiley Anderson) and MaKayla Edson (assist Jackson Crowell) each with one goal for the shut out. Goal for SKM was Jackson Hattaway (4th quarter)

(U-16)

Southern Tier Land Surveying defeated Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit 4-1. Scoring for Southern Tier Land was Alex Reynolds with two goals and Noah Richner and Hayden Carr each with one goal. Goalies for Southern Tier Land Surveying were Chase Pierce and Aliyah Hopkins for the shutout.

MK Mustangs defeated Gerry Free Methodist 1-0. Scoring for MK Mustangs was Matthew Dallas. Goalies for MK as Hayden Coulcher Hobbs for the shutout.

Announcements

Free martial arts program for kids starts Monday

Karate educational partners, The Family Martial Arts Center and The Karate Kidz Zone of Chautauqua County, will sponsor a free week-long youth recreation program for all county residents ages 2 thru 18 years of age, starting Monday, July 16.

The seminar will be hosted at 355 Central Ave. Fredonia next to Family Video. All participants should wear relaxed clothing, i.e.: sweats and a tee shirt. Details are accurately described below. After completion of the program, each student who decides to enroll in classes will receive a free uniform.

The program will offer students an opportunity to:

Grow Their Decision Making Skills:

— learn how to be responsible and accept consequences for their actions

— learn how to make good health and diet choices

— learn how to make good substance choices. Saying no to drugs and alcohol

Grow Their Interpersonal Skills:

— grow their skills on building and maintaining interpersonal relationships. Including family, friends and social situations.

— learning how to be a leader and a positive role model for their peers.

Physical Fitness:

— promote physical fitness and learning how to take care of their bodies in a positive manner.

— 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 21 years. They are partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of Dunkirk, Family Video, Dunkirk Schools 21st Century grant and a previous partner with The Chautauqua Opportunities Inc. Youth Service Team.

Register by calling 672-6683 or stopping by. Feel free to log onto www.thefamilymartialartscenter.com for more information.

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