For the Record
High School Sports Schedule
Fredonia at Dunkirk, 1 p.m.
12U travel league
Concord FC 4, Amherst Blizzard 1
Concord got back on the winning track with an impressive win over Amherst Thursday night at their new home, the Dunkirk High School field. Anthony Piede scored a hat-trick for Concord. His impressive finishing ability gave Concord a nice 2-0 cushion at halftime and his early strike made it 3-0 early in the second half. Concord hit a total of five posts in the game. Bradon Gustafson, Naisaih Rodrigues (twice), Nathan Mays and Henry Leone all rang the post, coming so close to adding on to Concord’s tally.
Amherst scored their lone goal with about eight minutes left in the game, and Sam Pietro scored the fourth for Concord, finishing the rebound off the post from Leone as time expired. Aiden Czekanski and David Girdlestone split keeper duties and played excellent. Mason Tomaszewski had the hustle award for his play and Gavin DeLong continued his stellar defense and won many 50/50 balls out of the air for the winners.
Wednesday Travel League
Al Etzel shot a career-best 72 at Cassadaga Country Club, earning his first victory of the season. Ed Tofil was second with 76. Etzel was low on both the front nine (35) and back nine (37). Bill Aldrich and Tim Walawender won the B and C Flights, respectively. The winner of the Bruce “Java” Chrabasz Commissioner’s Award was Dan Kaszuba.
Untied birdies were recorded by: A Flight — Etzel (Nos. 1, 6), Tom Destro (Nos. 3, 7), Tofil (No. 8), Jeff Marsowicz (No. 12) and Kerry Murphy (No. 17); B Flight — John Waterman (Nos. 1, 14), Dave Criscione (No. 2), Mick Dunning Sr. (Nos. 8, 13) and John Bongiovanni (No. 15); C Flight — Robert Calph (No. 1), Walawender (Nos. 2, 13), Lenny Leszkowicz (No. 3) and Angelo Leone (No. 6). Closest to the pin were Etzel (No. 6, 1-foot, 10-inches from the cup), Waterman (No. 8) and Murphy (No. 15).
Top point winners were Etzel (42), Waterman (27) and Tofil (25). Season points leaders: 1. Tofil (151), 2. Calph (114), 3. Gary Haase (82), 4. Waterman (62), 5. Destro (55), 6. Etzel (54), 7. Mike Wolfe (50), 8. Criscione (39), 9. Mike Willoughby (31), 10. Aldrich (30). Milestone hit this week: Kerry Murphy became just the 10th golfer in league history to reach 2,500 career points.
This week, the league will return to Cassadaga Country Club for a 10:30 a.m. start. Golfers are asked to be signed up with John(785-2291) by noon on Monday.
Monday Night Utility League meets Monday
The Monday Night Vineyards Utility League will hold an informational meeting at the club house on Monday, around 4:30 p.m. The course is still wet, but bring your clubs and if given the O.K. to play, the league will do a warmup scramble. Next Monday is Memorial Day, so they will not have league on that night. They will have their first official league play on June 3. The league will be teeing-off starting at 4:30 p.m. on Hole 1 until the league’s golfers have all tee-off. They are still looking for two more golfers and a couple of subs if interested. Any questions, call Bob Manning at 679-5799 or John Lakas at 679-6890.
Fredonia basketball camps announced
The Fredonia Central School Girls Basketball Camp will be held June 27-29 at the Fredonia High School and Middle School gymnasiums from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The Fredonia Central School Boys Basketball Camp will be held July 1-3 at the Fredonia High School and Middle School gymnasiums from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Due to the construction project at the main campus, each camp will be for three days this year, instead of four days like years past.
Cost for each camp is $80 at the door, or $70 if paid by June 15. The camp is open to boys and girls entering grades 3 through 12. All campers will receive a camp t-shirt.
Each athlete is expected to arrive by 9 a.m. and are expected to bring their own lunch.
Checks should be made payable to Fredonia Basketball; Fredonia HS; 425 E. Main St. Fredonia, NY 14063
For more information or a brochure to either camp, call Nick Bertrando at 716-269-9782, Or email, email@example.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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call Northern Chautauqua Catholic School at 366-0630.