For the Record

Adult baseball

Men’s Senior League

Pro-Bats Yankees 7, Kosciuszko Club Phillies 1

The Yankees (2-0) again relied on pitching and defense to upend the (1-2) Phillies, at Dunkirk High School Field. The Yankees garnered only four hits, but relied on 11 walks from Phillies pitching that resulted in five runs scored from the bottom third of the Yankee order. Weston Ley scored three times for the Yankees. Starting pitcher Justyn Vara was stellar again in 4 2/3 innings of work, allowing just one run on six hits, while striking out nine Phillies batters to earn the win. Allan Carmello pitched shutout ball to close out the game for the Yanks. Brent Carmello and Joe Polichetti were stellar on the left side of the Yankee infield, involved in 12 of 21 outs made by Phillies batters.

For the Dog House, Tom Coughlin drove in Bryan Watts for their only run of the game. Watts, Joey Gierlak and Elon DeJesus shared mound duty, striking out eight Yankees.


Westfield-Mayville Rotary announces its ‘Chips, Putts, and Pints’ event for this Friday, June 14

Area golfers and those wishing to chip in to help the Rotary Club of Westfield-Mayville continue its various service projects are invited to attend this organization’s ‘Chips, Putts, and Pints’ event on Friday, June 14, 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Pinehurst Golf Club, Route 20 in Westfield. This evening of “skillhilarity” for adults ages 21 and up features chipping and putting contests, a barbecue beef buffet, craft beer, and lots of laughs!

Contest participants are limited to the first 80 entrants. There will be men’s and women’s divisions. Points awarded will be in a similar format as (drive), chip and putt contests. The best three scores win! First, second and third place cash prizes are $100, $75, and $50, respectively. Ties will be decided by a chip-off. Participants may bring their own clubs or borrow some from the folks at Pinehurst Golf Club, platinum sponsor for this charity event.

Tickets are $35 per single or $60 per couple. Admission includes the contest entry, a delicious barbecue beef buffet dinner, a craft beer, and friendly competition for cash prizes and bragging rights! Tickets are available at Pinehurst Golf Club or by contacting Mary Swanson at 969-0143 or nopalery75@gmail.com

In the game of golf, a person cannot improve the lie of the ball, but in the game of life folks can help improve their communities. Get in the game, on the green, in the hole, and get some green as you vie for cash prizes in the Westfield-Mayville Rotary’s ‘Chips, Putts, and Pints’ June 14 fun-filled event to benefit this Rotary club’s service projects and its local communities.

The Bellas 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.

Volleyball officials classes begin June 24

The Southern Tier West Board of Volleyball Officials will be holding classes for all people interested in officiating high school volleyball in New York State. They currently serve all of Chautauqua County and the eastern portion of Cattaraugus County. The first two classroom sessions will begin on Monday, June 24, at the Hewes Educational Center (Ashville BOCES) located at 2615 N. Maple Ave., Ashville, NY 14710. Starting on Monday, July 15, all classes will be conducted at the Southwestern Central School gymnasium. There is a $110 fee required to take the class, that also includes your first year’s dues and insurance. If you are interested, please contact Curt Miceli (rules interpreter) either by email at cmiceli@mac.com or by phone at 716-397-9805.

Vineyards Junior Golf Program starts June 25

With the 2019 school year coming to a close, the Junior Golf Program is right around the corner at the Vineyards Golf Course, with instructor Greg Catalano. The cost is $75 per child ages 8-17. The program will be held at 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. for six weeks, starting June 25 through July 30, including five lessons and one golf outing, with prizes and lunch. Anyone interested, please call the course at 672-7888 or email the course at g_vineyards@yahoo.com and leave your child’s name and age with contact info. For children younger than eight years old, or for private adult lessons, you may inquire by calling the course, as well.

Free Dunkirk H.S. sports physicals on June 27

The Dunkirk High School Athletic Department announces the date of Thursday, June 27 for free mandatory sports physicals at the DHS nurse’s office, starting at 8:30 a.m. All athletes are encouraged to attend. The free physical will be good for the whole school year, beginning in September. Parents can go online to the school website or stop by the school to pick up the required physical form prior to June 27.

All athletes need an updated physical prior to playing a fall sport, which begin Aug. 19. Any questions, call the DHS athletic office at ext. 2083.

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 is 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.


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