For the Record
Hillview Golf Course
Dunkirk Moose Thursday Night Golf League — Low scores: Dave Criscione 40, Steve Dando 41, Keith Medley 41, Tony Antolini 42, Rick Mazurek 45, Chris Kokoszka 45, Gordy Haight 45, Brian Curtis 45, Dave DeJoe 46, Mike Rosario 48, Shawn Hennessey 48, Greg Haight 49, John Weidenhofer 49, Dave Trentini 49. Skins: Gordy Haight No. 2, Dando No. 6. Closest to the pin: Curtis No. 5, Dando No. 9.
Jackson Valley Golf Course
Aquith Senior Golf Tour (June 3) — Scores: Sam Allesi -2, Ken Burch -3, Randy Carlson -5, Jim White -5, Joe Matte +4, Bob Burlingame -1, Paul Bell 0, Joe McCourt +2, Dave Allen +1, Don Hustead -1, Bruce Dudgeon +3, Gary SaGurney +1, Barry Harris +1, Lynn Butcher +2, Vince Willis 0, Jim Smith -1, Bill Anderson -1, Jim Polvino +5, Ed Potter +3, Charlie Stafford +2. Closest to the pin were: Brian Eckwahl No. 2, Pete Pascatore No. 6, Clyde Mohl No. 8, Paul Edson No. 12, Jim White No. 15.
Little League baseball
Brocton-Portland Little League
Casale Plumbing 11, Knight Operating Services 6
Brocton’s Casale Plumbing defeated Westfield’s Knight Operating Services, 11-6, in Brocton-Portland Minor League Machine Pitch baseball. Brocton’s hitting leaders were Neil Bundy, Cadence Nowak, Michael Blake, Kasey Doino and Wesley Sam. Westfield’s offense was powered by Luke Pinzok, Michael Knight, Braxton Paddock, Dominic Spellman and Wesley Maras.
Little League softball
Metro League 10U
Fredonia Fury 20, Cayuga 13
The Fredonia Fury improved to 5-1 with a 20-13 win over the Cayuga Gamblers. Callie Draggett and Jillian Miller led the hitting attack with back-to-back triples in the second inning. Draggett also added a single and threw out her second attempted base-stealer of the season. Reece Schuster and Anna Delcamp each had a double and a single, and Jenna Fryberger ripped two singles. Ava Muck, McKenna Crawford and Paige Miller also added hits for the Fury.
12U Odenbach Tournament (June 8, 9)
Concord FC 4, Amherst 3
Concord’s first game of the tournament was against the Amherst Atomics. Amherst quickly went up 2-0 in the first 10 minutes of the contest. Concord came right back with the next four goals before the half in an action-packed first half of soccer. Sam Pietro, Naisaih Rodriguez, Bradon Gustafson and Mason Tomaszewski had goals for Concord. A late goal by Amherst made the result of the contest in doubt, but when the final whistle blew Concord, was on to the semifinals.
Hamburg 5, Concord FC 4 (PK shootout)
Concord FC played a tough Hamburg Monarchs club that is a class above them in league and gave them one of the toughest games of the season. It was a back and forth game that saw the lead change multiple times and ended in a tie that had to be decided by penalty kicks. Goals scored for Concord were by Naisaih Rodriguez and Anthony Piede, who both had two goals each. Aiden Czekanski played excellent goalie in both games for Concord. The back three defenders consisting of Jude Murphy, Nathan Mays and Gavin DeLong played hard all weekend long. Concord received high praise from the opposing coaches for the team’s effort and fair play.
The Bella’s Women’s League starts Thursday
The Bellas Women’s League at Vineyards Golf Course will begin their 2019 season on Thursday, June 13. The league has moved to Thursday mornings name draw at 9:30 a.m., tee offs begin at 10 a.m. Join at any time, no partner needed. All skill levels are welcome. Call the Vineyards Clubhouse at 672-7888 for more info.
American Legion’s District Golf Tourney is Friday
On Friday, June 14, the American Legion will be hosting the 2019 District Golf Tournament at the Vineyards Golf course. This is a four-person team outing of 18 holes, with a shotgun start at noon, asking golfers to arrive at 11:15 a.m. to sign in. The cost is $60 per person ($240 per team) for greens fee, cart, prizes and a steak dinner at the Dunkirk Memorial Post 62 on Central Ave. in Dunkirk. This is open to the members and non members of the American Legions. To sign up, call Stan Kawski the 8th District Golf Chair at 716-792-9462. Come out and support your American Legions on flag day.
Kiwanis Club Charity Golf Tourney set for June 28
On Friday, June 28, the Silver Creek Kiwanis Club is seeking participants for its 24th Annual Charity Golf Tournament. It will be held at Tri-County Country Club in Forestville. The day will include a continental breakfast, golf, lunch, appetizers and prizes. Check in is from 7:45 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 8:45 a.m., rain or shine. The format is a four-man scramble.
The Kiwanis Club supports children in the communities of Silver Creek, Forestville, Sheridan, Irving and the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation. Their work funded solely through fundraisers and contributions. It is the goal of this club to continue to have a meaningful impact on our community’s children.
Entry fee is $110 ($95 if paid by June 21). Deadline to register is June 26. Numerous sponsorships, tee signage and raffle opportunities exist. Email your questions or interest to Gailmiller3@aol.com.
Gym Rats Basketball Camp set for July 22-26
The Fredonia boys basketball program will be hosting its seventh annual ‘Gym Rats Basketball Camp’ this July at the Wheelock Primary School Gym. The camp is for boys and girls ages 4-9 and will be held the week of July 22-26. The camp runs from 9:30 a.m. to noon daily. Campers will participate in lead-up games, relay races, and a lot of passing, dribbling, ball handling and shooting. All campers get a free t-shirt, basketball and daily snack. The cost for the camp is $75 or $115 for two family members. If you register by June 15, The cost for camp is $65 per child, $100 for two family members, or $150 for three or more family members.
For camp information, an application, or any other questions please contact camp director Nick Bertrando at email@example.com.