For the Record
Chautauqua County Senior League
Whiskey Hill Saloon Marlins 7, Pro-Bats Yankees 5
The Marlins (3-7) scored five runs in the third inning, and went on to upend the (9-2) Yankees.
Taking advantage of eight walks and utilizing aggressive base-running (four stolen bases), the Marlins forced the Yankees into four errors, including a balk that produced the first Marlin run. Jordan Crabtree led the Fish with two hits, while Doug Clarke doubled and Kevin Rose scored twice. Rose pitched a gutty nine-hit complete game for the victory, walking two and striking out four.
The Yanks were led at the plate by Joe Pantano (3-3; home run; two RBI; three runs) and Brent Carmello (two hits; RBI). Justyn Vara (6-1) dropped his first pitching decision of the season. He and Matt Eaker allowed four earned runs; striking out nine Marlin batters.
Doug Gerould and Eric Fermier made key defensive plays for the Marlins to help preserve the victory.
Kosciuszko Club Phillies 9, Stericycle A’s 7
Joe Jagoda pitched four innings to get the win with help from Bryant Watts’ three-inning save as the Doghouse boys squeaked out the victory. They combined to strike out 10 A’s , but allowed nine hits. Andrew Honey, Vinny Bomasuto and Jordan Moreland all doubled to lead the offense.
Austin Spicer took the loss on the bump, scattering only six hits. Trevor and Austin Spicer led the Swinging A’s offense with two hits each.
Asquith Senior Golf Tour
Union City GC (July 30) — White A: Randy Carlson +1, Dave Young, -1, Ken Burch -2, Gross: Dave Young 76. White B: Ted Charles +16, Bob Burlingame +7, Dave Gerringer +5, Gross: Ted Charles 80. Gold A: Ken Aldrich +9, Norm Biegaj +5, Ross Cali +4, Gross: Ken Aldrich, Ross Cali 79. Gold B: Greg Kraus +6, Doug Spoto +5, Joe McCourt +3, Gross: Doug Spoto 87. Gold C: Dennis Richards +10, John Depew +9, Joe Ianniello +8, Gross: Dennis Richards, John Depew 85. Gold D: Chuck Jackson +10, Tuck Underwood +8, Bob Kaverman +8, Gross: Tuck Underwood, Bob Kaverman 92. Closest to the pin: Ed Johnson (No. 4), Norm Biegaj (No. 8), Dave Stewart (No. 12) and Jim Smith (No. 14). Next week’s match is at Venango Valley GC on Monday at 9 a.m.
Cassadaga Country Club
Monday Night Men’s Golf League (July 30) — Fred Chamberlin 38, Tyler Lerow 38, Adam Meyers 40, Matt Wallace 40, Tim Bulger 41, Jeff Cook 41, Brian Blizzard 42, Rob Lancaster 42, Bob Warsitz 42. Low Net: Brad Meyers, net 27. Closest to the pin: No. 6, Randy Butts. Skins: Rex Goot (No. 7 – birdie).
Gowanda Country Club
Ladies League (July 25) — Low gross: Kim Gier 42. Low net: Tina Weber 30.
Vineyards Golf Course
Monday Night Ladies League (July 30) — It was the second Fun Night of the 2018 season hosted by Bina Loftus and Darleen Kawski. The league play was scotch golf format. Winners of the evening were the team of Diane Enser and Sue Gotowka. 50/50 draw winner was Desi Clarke. The league will play again on Monday, week 8 on the schedule.
Western Chautauqua County Trap League
Big Tree defeats North East 336-322
Top shooters for North East were Sue Concila (47), Jack Airhart (46), Ken Hitz (46), Ed Firment Sr. (46), Gary Jacobs (46), Guy Greenough (45) and Bill Sinclair (45). High Lady: Linda Gilbert (45); Sub Jr.: none; Sub Jr. Lady: none; Jr.: Robert Spencer (25); Jr. Lady: none; Sub Vet.: Guy Greenough; Vet.: none; Sr. Vet.: Ken Hitz; Super Sr. Vet.: Bob Koenig (39).
Top shooters for Big Tree were Cliff Hammer (49), Terry Sanden (49), Jerry Burnett (48), Rodger Rinehart (48), Al Chrispell (48), Paul McKotch (47) and Cole Hammer (47). High Lady: Tara VanVolkenburg (44); High Jr. Lady: none; Jr.: none; Sub. Jr. Lady: none; Sub Jr,: none; Sub Vet.: none; Vet.: Will Ortman (45); Sr. Vet.: Rodger Rinehart (48); Super Sr. Vet.: Cliff Hammer.
Ripley defeats Westfield 323-304
Top shooters for Ripley were Mark Henry (48), Sam Carris (47), Sid Meeder Sr. (47), Gary Stanton (46), Josh Pierce (45), Howard Maille (45) and Jack Mosier (45). High Lady: Becky Meeder (39); Sub Jr. Lady: none; Sub Jr.: Same Carris; Jr. Lady: Cheyenne Meeder (42); Jr.: Luka Bensink (35); Sub Vet.: Sid Meeder Sr.; Vet.: Jack Mosier; Sr. Vet.: Bob Murray (43); Super Sr. Vet.: Jim Carris (40).
Top shooters for Westfield were Matt Tutmaher (46), Kevin Struzenbecker (44), Rose Corbran (44), Bob Wright (43), Will Mason (43), Mac McCausaland (42) and Mike Dulmus (42). High Lady: Rose Corbran; Jr.: Matt Tutmaher; Jr. Lady: none; Sub Jr. Lady: none; Sub Jr.: none; Sub. Vet.: Bob Wright; Vet.: Kelly Brown (36); Sr. Vet: none; Super Sr. Vet.: Mike Cluchey (41).
Shooting perfect 25’s this week were Sam Carris, Jerry Burnett, Cliff Hammer, Rodger Rinehart, Al Chrispell, Terry Sanden, Mark Sanden, Jack Airhart and Guy Greenough.
Sam Carris had his first straight 25.
Learn how to play pickleball Thursday in Dunkirk
Would you like to learn to play pickleball, America’s fastest-growing sport? Join us Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Boys and Girls Club, 296 East Lake Shore Drive (corner of Jerboa), Dunkirk. No experience is necessary. Bring a good pair of sneakers. Equipment is provided.
Reservations are required. Only 12 are accepted. Call Ed Kirchmeyer at 432-6114 for reservations.
DHS/CMHS/FHS Alumni Golf Tournament Friday
The DHS/CMHS/FHS Alumni Golf Tournament will take place Friday at Shorewood Country Club with a 10 a.m. shotgun start.
The ninth annual tourney will benefit the Dunkirk-Fredonia Little League and Girls Softball programs. Honorary starters are Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas and Jack Shubert, Shorewood’s “pro emeritus.”
Registration in the grove next to the pro shop is 8:30 a.m. A group photo will be at 9:45 a.m. Cash bar 3 p.m., dinner 4:30 p.m. Trophy presentation, door prize and silent auction will be after dinner. There will also be a $500 hole in one contest sponsored by Mary Asher in memory of Tom Asher.
Cost is $80 per golfer and includes golf, cart, coffee and donuts, dinner buffet and dessert. Non-golfers can attend the dinner buffet for $27 per person. Email signup sheets to email@example.com. Make checks payable to Bill Bamonto. Send them to him at his address: 212 Washington Ave. Apt 807, Towson, MD 21204. For any other questions, call Bamonto at 302-379-1882.