For the Record

High School Sports Schedule

Baseball

Panama at Brocton, 4:30 p.m.

Westfield at Clymer/Sherman, 4:30 p.m.

Softball

Maple Grove at Brocton, 4:30 p.m.

Chautauqua Lake at Cassadaga Valley, 4:30 p.m.

Silver Creek at Southwestern, 4:30 p.m.

Little League baseball

Brocton-Portland Minor League Machine Pitch

Casale Plumbing 15, East Main Auto 3

Brocton’s Casale Plumbing defeated Brocton’s East Main Auto, 15-3, in Brocton-Portland Minor League Machine Pitch baseball. Casale’s offense was sparked by Sarah DiLorenzo, Hunter Edson, and Banner Bundy each going a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate, with Kasey Doino providing outstanding defense. East Main’s batting standouts were Jayden Mulville, Alex Christian, Cody Shanks and Ben Beaujean.

Youth soccer

12U travel league

Concord FC 1, Alden 0

Concord FC’s 12U boys team started the season on the road in Alden. Many of Concord’s players are returning from their undefeated season from last year, and were looking to continue that success this year. Concord’s lone goal was scored in the second half by Anthony Piede, who also had many other good scoring chances in the game. Henry Leone had a great strike from distance that Alden’s goalie made a stellar save on. The clean sheet was shared by Condord’s two netminders, Aiden Czekanski and David Girdlestone, who made an excellent save to preserve the shutout in the second half. The defense was excellent all day, backing each other up and keeping Alden’s chances minimal. The defensive starters consisted of Nathan Mays, Gavin DeLong and Anthony Bautista. Also contributing excellent on defense was Bradon Gustafson and Jude Murphy. Eli Greenough won the hustle award for his excellent work at midfield.

Aurora Arsenal 4, Concord FC 3

Concord FC’s 12U boys team had a disappointing result at Aurora, losing their first regular season game by a late goal at East Aurora. Concord started the game dictating play, getting multiple early chances and keeping the ball in Aurora’s third for the first part of the game. That resulted in a great goal by Naisaih Rodriguez. A direct kick goal and a breakaway goal put Aurora up 2-0 at the half. Concord came back to take the lead with goals by Anthony Piede and Henry Leone, but suffered the defeat by allowing the next two goals without a reply. Aiden Czekanski suffered the defeat in net. Playing excellent outside defense was Gavin DeLong.

Adult bowling

2019 Jerry Jesionowski Memorial DLBA Masters

Wayne Ames beat John Wilson, 184-159, to win the 2019 Jerry Jesionowski Memorial Dunkirk Lakeshore Bowling Association Masters Tournament. The event was sponsored by Sunset Truck & Auto and Rose Brook Golf Course. This was Ames’ first Masters’ title. Double elimination match play finals were held on Sunday, April 28 at Chick’s Lanes in Angola. Ames defeated Wilson, the winner of the losers’ bracket, to go undefeated and secure the title. Derek Bixby was the high qualifier with an eight-game score of 1,854.

Other Masters finalists included: 2. John Wilson, 3. Bobby Paterson Jr., 4. Collin Schanzlin, 5. Brad Bixby, 6. Dave Meadows, 7. Scott Jagoda, 8. Derek Bixby, 9. Mike Chiapetta, 10. Eric Chimino.

Announcements

Monday Night Vineyards Utility League delayed

Due to Mother Nature being very mean, we are postponing the start of the Monday Night League until the following Monday, May 20. We will start with a scramble format with everyone meeting around 4:30 p.m. at the club house. There is still room for a few more golfers. If interested, or with any questions, please call Bob Manning at 679-5799 or John Lakas at 679-6890.

Team New Era baseball tryouts start Friday

Team New Era baseball will hold tryouts for its fall elite travel baseball program, for players ages 9 thru 17, on beginning on Friday and running through Tuesday, May 28 at their Depew facility, 3950 Broadway. For more information or to register for a tryout, visit teamnewerabaseball.com. For additional questions, contact Rich Wozniak at 716-681-3001 or tnemail@teamnewerabaseball.com.

20th annual Crouse 5K Challenge set for May 19

GOWANDA — Sponsored by the Gowanda Boosters Club, the 20th annual Crouse 5K Challenge will take place Sunday, May 19 at the Gowanda American Legion, 100 Legion Drive. The 5K challenge is at 4 p.m. and the 1/2 Mile Fun Run is at 5 p.m.

This milestone event will be followed by a post-race party with music, refreshments, prizes. Prizes will be awarded to first, second and third-place finishers as well as overall among the age groups. Proceeds benefit the Dennis Crouse Sr. Scholarship and Gowanda Boosters Club’s efforts to support student opportunities in the Gowanda Central School District.

The 5K costs $15 (A special $10 student rate does not include a shirt) and the Half-Mile Fun Run costs $5.

Register online by May 12 at raceentry.com/races/crouse-5k-challenge/2019/register.

NCCS ‘Putt-ing Children First’ Tourney May 31

Northern Chautauqua Catholic School in Dunkirk is excited to announce its third annual “Putt-ing Children First” golf tournament will take place Friday, May 31 at Tri-County Country Club in Forestville. Registration opens at noon for the four person scramble, with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.

A catered lunch prior to tee-off will be included with the golf package. Dinner and live musical entertainment by “Pedro and the Smooth Cats,” which includes NCCS graduate Carmen Cita and NCCS English teacher Pete Howard, will follow the tournament. Refreshments will be available throughout the day and a cash bar will also be open into the afternoon and evening.

Area residents can help support Chautauqua County’s only remaining Catholic school by golfing or providing sponsorship. Tournament sponsoring is a great opportunity to promote a business and may be done in a number of ways. Participation and sponsorships will help raise the necessary funds to keep NCCS financially strong moving forward. 100 percent of the proceeds from “Putt-ing Children First” go directly to NCCS.

For further information about participation or sponsorship, email Jennifer Askar at k2neuf@gmail.com or call Northern Chautauqua Catholic School at 366-0630.

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