For the record — Oct. 7
Today’s high school schedule
Allegany-Limestone at Cassadaga Valley-Falconer (in Sinclairville)
Cassadaga Valley at Pine Valley
Chautauqua Lake at North Collins
Silver Creek at Westfield
Chautauqua Lake at Jamestown
Wednesday (4 Man)(Oct. 4) — Scott Kawski 255-237-235-727, Gene Jankowski 247-224-235-706, Tom Battaglia 238-219-234-681, Tom Jagoda 255-200-224-679, Paul Nocek 212-215-223-650, Rick Crandall 202-257-649, Chad Cerrie 223-215-635, Kevin Rose 255-216-632, Art Howard 213-216-623, Josh wilmot 223-204-621, Kevin Kaszuba 213-233-625, Tricia Laurito 234-206-618, Erick Griewisch 201-204-211-616, Brian Meyer 234-614, Spencer Johnson 223-200-614, Shane Reithmiller 213-232-606, Jerry Jesionowski 201-210-604, Roger Pacos 234, Todd Ellman 204, Mark Wisniewski 202, Howie Burgess 202, Steve Krystofiak 201-202, Ricky Laurito 201. High game: 871, Lucky Lanes. High series: 2,448, Lucky Lanes.
Tuesday Night — Frame Memorial League (Sept. 26) — Hank Scott 212, Brian Meyer 213-205-600, Joe Granata 245-601, Steve Dando 205-245-637, Rick Mazurek 214, Dan Johnson 206, Devon Fijal 203-213-609, Tony Mistretta 244-224-630. High series: Alley Cats ,3,164.
Bob Frame Thursday B (Oct. 5) — Steve Spencer 208, Tricia Laurito 212-201-223-636, Matt Laurito 219, Hugh Graves 202, Paul Koshute 212, Galen Smith Jr 202, Frank Issler 223, Bill Lanski Jr 215, Jim Michaels 212, Phil Maslak Jr 225-290-692, Joe Granata 212, Ron Logan 221, Doug Lynden 213-224-631, Howie Burgess 203, Linda Chase 168, Chris Kokoszka 201, Jason Tomkiewicz 204, Steve Dando 246-224-204-674, Greg Haight 214-207, Tim Lillie 215-606, Les Ludemann 206, Chuck Dye 212, Al Pati 228-217.
Wednesday Travel League
The league made its first visit to The Fox Valley Club in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Mick Dunning and Jeff Kubera each shot the low round of 81, with Dunning the overall winner on the second tiebreaker hole. Butch Mackowiak, Mike Wolfe, and Alex Deering all tied for third with 84. Dunning led the front nine with 38 while Mackowiak led the back nine with 41.
In the B Flight, Pete Gawron was the winner after a tiebreaker with Paul Olkowski and John Bongiovanni.
In the C Flight, Tim Walawender was the winner after a tiebreaker with Jeff Marsowicz, Gary Haase, and Dave Miller.
In the D Flight, Dave Momberger was the winner after a tiebreaker with Tony Destro and Don Kujawa.
The league set a record with 92 different golfers participating this season, breaking the previous record of 90. The winner of the Bruce “Java” Chrabasz Commissioner’s Award was Lee Titus.
Untied birdies were recorded by: A Flight — Wolfe (No. 2), Dave Criscione (No. 3), Dunning (Nos. 4 and 15), and Mackowiak (No. 14); B Flight — Danny Kubera (Nos. 1 and 9), Olkowski (Nos. 2 and 5), Bill Aldrich (Nos. 4 and 11), Bongiovanni (No. 7), Ken Kaus (No. 13), Gawron (No. 16), and Adam Gornikiewicz (No. 18); C Flight — John Waterman (No. 1), Haase (No. 2), Mike Willoughby (Nos. 6 and 9), Miller (Nos. 10 and 15), and Marsowicz (No. 18); D Flight — Momberger (Nos. 4, 10 and 17), Gary Hazelton (No. 8), and Tony Destro (No. 12).
Closest to the pin were Criscione (No. 3), Tom Destro (No. 6), Jack Hood (No. 14), and Paul Daley (No. 17). Top point winners were Criscione (54), Mackowiak (36), and Momberger (23). Season points leaders: 1) Wolfe (528), 2) Robert Calph (425), 3) Ed Tofil (388), 4) Danny Kubera (352), 5) Al Etzel (348), 6) Dave Mathews (270), 7) Joe Michalski and Mackowiak (263), 9) Dave Franklin (250), 10) Kaus (245).
Milestone hit this week: Butch Mackowiak became just the fourth golfer to reach 3,000 career points.
This week the league plays “Beautiful Overlake” in Girard, Pennsylvania. The first tee-time is at 9:34 a.m. Interested golfers are asked to sign up with John @ 785-2291 by Monday at 6 p.m.
KBR Triathlon set for Oct. 21
Come out and test your skills at kayak, bike, run! This is a fun event to be held Saturday, Oct. 21 on beautiful Cassadaga Lake. Using the same course at the Southern Tier Triathlon Club’s Summer Tri Series, we will kayak around the lake staying between the shore and bouy line, bike a hilly 13-mile loop and then run a flat two-mile out and back along the lake shore. A great relay team event for two or three people, or perfect to test your skills.
Kayaks are available for rent through Evergreen Outfitters on a first come/first serve basis, or bring your own. Rental reservations must be made before race day. Any kayak is acceptable for this race. Must call 763-2266.
Parking is available first come/first serve on Park Avenue, the race site, and additional parking is available across Maple Avenue at the Cassadaga Firemans grounds. Registration is at 9 a.m. Online registration ends Friday, Oct. 20 at 6 p.m.
All races USAT sanctioned. All rules apply. There is no refund for this race.
Please support our race sponsors: St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Cassadaga Country Club, Fredrickson Builders Supply, Ron’s Treasures, Cassadaga Fire Police.
All ages are welcome. There will be overall, team and age group awards.
A pot luck picnic will immediately follow the race. Beverages, paperware and silverware are provided. Bring a dish to pass. All athletes and spectators are welcome!
The cost to register for the race is $50 per individual, $75 per relay team.
For more information, find us on Facebook or call 914-466-9214.