For the Record

Adult golf

Wednesday Travel League

Al Etzel and Robert Calph each shot the low round of 79 at Concord Crest in East Concord, with Etzel the overall winner on a tiebreaker. The win gave Etzel his 50th career tour victory, second most all-time behind Ed Tofil (73 career wins), who finished third with 81. Etzel led the front nine with 38 and Calph led the back nine with 39. Tom Destro and Bob Thompson won the B and C Flights, respectively. The winner of the Bruce “Java” Chrabasz Commissioner’s Award was Frank Benamati.

Untied birdies were recorded by: A Flight: John Waterman (No. 7), Al Bradley (No. 9), Etzel (No. 11) and Dave Criscione (No. 13); B Flight: Bill Aldrich (No. 10), Destro (No. 14), Mike Willoughby (No. 15) and Joe Bifaro (No. 18); C Flight: Don Kujawa (Nos. 1, 15), Pat Weaver (No. 2), Thompson (Nos. 5, 6) and Doug Grace (No. 17). Closest to the pin were Dennis Gawronski Sr. (No. 3), Bradley (No. 7), Etzel (No. 11), Destro (No. 14) and Weaver (No. 16).

Top point winners were Waterman (27), Bradley (23), and Etzel and Weaver (19 each). Season points leaders: 1. Mike Wolfe (534), 2. Weaver (255), 3. Tim Walawender (238), 4. Dave Franklin and Pete Gawron (214 each), 6. Criscione (188), 7. Etzel (182), 8. Waterman (179), 9. Tofil (178), 10. Thompson (158), 11. Calph (148), 12. Willoughby (145), 13. Kujawa (139), 14. Bifaro (137), 15. Dave Mathews (136), 16. Aldrich (127), 17. Bradley (123), 18. Destro (122), 19. John Bongiovanni (121), 20. Dave Wallace (120).

This week, the league will play Ironwood Golf Course in Cowlesville. The first group tees off at 9:27 a.m. Several openings exist. To sign up, text or call John (785-2291) by 6 p.m. Monday.


Fredonia Basketball Clinic begins Tuesday

The Fredonia boys basketball program will be hosting open basketball “Drills & Skills Clinic” for all boys and girls who are residents of Fredonia in grades 1-8. There is no charge for the clinic.

The weekly clinic will take place on most Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6 to 7:30 p.m. through September and October. The program will be held at the Wheelock School gymnasium. The first two session dates are Sept. 11 and 13.

Participants will focus on learning the game of basketball with an emphasis on skill development and game participation. Contact Greg Lauer at 912-2726 for more information.

Ragin’ Raisins Wrestling Club

sign-ups set for Sept. 17-18

Ragin’ Raisins Wrestling Club will be holding sign-ups for this upcoming season from 6-7 p.m. on Sept. 17-18, held at the Mercyhurst University North East Wrestling Room. This club is for anyone in Pre-K (must be 4 years old) up to eighth grade.

Practices will run from November through March, 3-4 days a week. Club membership is $125. For more information please email or call 814-490-2082.

Lucky Lanes Junior Bowling registration underway

Registration for the 2018-2019 season is underway! You can register in person on Saturday and on Sept. 15 at Lucky Lanes from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. You may also register on evenings of Tuesday and Sept. 13 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. All new and returning bowlers must register. The registration fee is $10. Youth bowler ages range from 4 to 20 years old as of Aug. 1, 2018. Teams may be all boys, all girls, or mixed. Teams will consist of four bowlers. Leagues will start on Sept. 22. All bowlers from ages 6 to 20 will have their choice of bowling at either the 10 a.m. or the 1 p.m. shift each Saturday. Bowlers of ages 4 and 5 will participate in the Bumper Buddies league, which bowls at 1:15 p.m. on Saturdays. Visit for more information or call Greg Haase at 785-3058.

Officials classes start Wednesday in Jamestown

Those interested in becoming certified to officiate High School boys and girls basketball, classes will start Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Jamestown High School in room 250. Classes will be held every Wednesday and will be taught by Roger MacTavishs. Any questions you can call Roger at 664-6339.