For the Record

Youth soccer

Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer

Thursday August 2

(U-8)

Park Church won against Jamestown Macadam 2-0. Scoring for Park Church was Madison Hinton with two goals. Goalie for the shutout was Emily Pierce.

Tournament standings

1st place: Park Church

2nd place: Jamestown Macadam

3rd place: Barney’s Hoof Trimming/Homestead Stables

(U-11)

Bethany Camp had the victory over SKM 3-1. Scoring for Bethany Camp was Madilyn Sorber (assist Connor Main), Faith McVey (assist Maddison McLane) and Anna Burlingame (assist Katarina Pattison) each with one goal. Scoring for SKM was Jackson Crowell.

Tournament standings

1st place: Bethany Camp

2nd place: SKM

3rd place: Library Bookworms/KCR Enterprises

(U-16)

MK Mustangs had the victory over Gerry Free Methodist Church 2-0. Scoring for MK Mustangs was Matthew Dallas and Owen Sorber (assist Matthew Dallas).

Tournament Standings

1st place: MK Mustangs

2nd place: Gerry Free Methodist Church

3rd place: Southern Chautauqua FCU/ Southern Tier Land Surveying

Dunkirk 5K

Dunkirk Lakefront 5K Run

Overall Finish List

1. Ethan Francis, Dunkirk, NY, 16:07.0.

2. Diego Rey, Fredonia, NY, 17:47.0.

3. Anthony Ruiz, Dunkirk, NY, 17:48.0.

4. Raymond Graf, West Seneca, NY 18:36.0.

5. Adam Rowe Ripley, NY, 18:48.0.

6. Joe Campbell, Silver Creek, NY, 18:49.0.

7. Brooke Adams, Randolph, NY, 19:14.0.

8. Jonathan Caruso, East Amherst, NY, 19:45.0.

9. Riley Wilson, Silver Creek, NY, 19:48.0.

10. Adam Sundholm, Jamestown, NY, 19:56.0.

Adult Golf

Cassadaga Country Club

Thursday Night Men’s Golf League (Aug. 2) — Tyler Lerow 35, Rob Lancaster 36, Matt Wallace 36, Fred Chamberlin 38, Mike Lancaster 38, Scott Johnson 39, Todd Fenton 40, Tom Gauronski 40, Mike Willoughby 40, Randy Butts 41, Rob Kahle 41, Kerry Murphy 41. Low net: Rob Lancaster net 30. Closest to the pin: Mike Willoughby No. 6. Skins: Matt Wallace No. 1, birdie; Mike Willoughby No. 6, birdie; Tyler Lerow No. 8, birdie.

Announcements

Parent/Athlete Sports Meeting to be held at Forestville on Tuesday, Aug. 7th

All Forestville Central School student-athletes interested in participating in the modified, junior varsity, or varsity athletic programs being offered (including the combination sport teams with Silver Creek/others) during the 2018-2019 school year should attend the mandatory athletic code/risk video presentation on Tuesday, August 7 at 6 p.m. in the High School auditorium. Parent or legal guardian must accompany all athletes.

The Athletic Handbook/Code will be discussed and all required athletic participation forms will be available for completion during the presentation. Athletes who attend and complete the required forms will be eligible for the entire 2018-2019 school year. Video/Code paperwork must be on file prior to the start of participation in any/all programs.

Coaches will also be on hand to offer additional information specific to their programs. If you cannot attend the meeting, you must contact FCS at arrange a time to receive the necessary paperwork.

Any questions may be directed to FCS MS/HS secretary, Ms. Voigt, in the HS main office at 716-965-2711 or FCS Athletic Director, Mr. Hazelton, at shazelton@forestville.com.

Sunset Bay Experience set for Aug. 18

IRVING — On Saturday, Aug. 18, multiple events will take place as part of the Sunset Bay Experience.

A 5k run and walk will start at 9:30 a.m., with registration at 8 a.m. The cost is $25 the day of registration, with a student rate of $10.

After the 5k run/walk, guests are invited to enjoy a craft show, a live band, and food and drink specials. Several raffles will also take place during the event.

All proceeds will benefit the Sunset Bay Volunteer Fire Company.

For more information about the Sunset Bay Experience and Reach the Beach 5k visit sunsetbayexperience.com/

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