For the Record

Little League baseball

District 38 10-12 Year Old Baseball Tournament

(Games at Fredonia Little League, 42 Clinton Avenue, Fredonia)


Wednesday, July 10: Fredonia 16, Mayville 0

Thursday, July 11: Brocton-Portland 6, Hanover 1

Saturday, July 12: Fredonia 14, Brocton-Portland 0, Mayville 14, Westfield 11


Tuesday, July 16: Semifinals: Area A #1 seed vs. Area B #2 seed, 6 p.m.

Thursday, July 18: Championship, 6 p.m.

Adult golf

Vineyards Golf Course

Gene Andolina League (July 12) — Scratch scores below 40: Dan Alessi 34, Phil Kleeberger 35, Robert Calph 36, Greg Catalano 37, John Lakas 39, Dave Criscione 39, Bob Manning 39, Bob Welch 39, Ange Leone 39, Bob Golubski 39, Paul Trusso 39, Joe Polechetti 39. Handicap scores 36 or below: Jake McCune 29, Phil Kleeberger 31, Joe Polechetti 31, Dan Alessi 32, Al Muck 32, Jim Lucas 33, Paul Trusso 33, Mike Crise 34, Scott Kingsley 34, David DeJoe 34, Jim DeJoe 34, Ange Leone 34, Greg Catalano 34, Joe Bifaro 34, John Lakas 35, Bob Tripp 35, Ron Joy 35, Bob Manning 35, Bob Welch 35, John Wiedenhoffer 35, Tony Antolini 35, Robert Calph 36, Tom McTigue 36, Brian Liberator 36, Walt Koba 36. Scratch skins: Ange Leone No. 9. Handicap skins: Al Muck No. 1, Scott Kingsley No. 2, Ange Leone No. 9. Closest to the pins: Phil Kleeberger No. 5, Ange Leone No. 9.

Wednesday Travel League

Ed Tofil shot the low round of 80 at North Hills Golf Course in Corry, PA for his sixth tour victory of the season. Al Etzel was second with 81 and John Bongiovanni Jr. was third with 85. Etzel led the front nine with 39 and Tofil led the back nine with 39. In the B Flight, a five-way tiebreaker was won by Jim Michalski, beating out Domenico Lamattina, Gary Haase, Ken Kaus and Tom Destro. The C Flight champion was Don Kujawa. The winner of the Bruce “Java” Chrabasz Commissioner’s Award was Lenny Leszkowicz.

Untied birdies were recorded by: A Flight — Dave Franklin (No. 1), John Waterman (No. 10) and Mike Wolfe (Nos. 12, 13); B Flight — Haase (No. 4), Tony Destro (No. 14) and Wayne Ormsby (No. 17); C Flight — Dave Criscione (Nos. 3, 11), Jack Hood (No. 8) and Brian Lore (Nos. 14, 17). Closest to the pin were Pat Weaver (No. 4), Haase (No. 7), Frank Benamati (No. 11) and Kaus (No. 15).

Top point winners were Haase (19), Wolfe (18) and Benamati, Kaus and Weaver (14 each). Season points leaders: 1. Robert Calph (229), 2. Tofil (196), 3. Haase (153), 4. Wolfe (137), 5. Tom Destro (135), 6. Franklin and Criscione (102 each), 8. Waterman(91), 9. Bob Thompson, Etzel, and Weaver (82 each).

This week the league plays Mound Grove Golf Course in Waterford, PA. The first group tees off at 9:30. Golfers must be signed up with John (785-2291) by Noon on Monday.

Par Tee Girls

Low scores: Brooke Calkins 44 net 29, Amy North 45 net 24, Lori Foster 47 net 34, Pat Thompson 48 net 31, Colleen Paradis, 50 net 32, Patti Petrella 50 net 30. Skins: Jill Muck No. 1, Eagle. Closest to the pin: Brooke Calkins No. 1, birdie. Longest putt: Diane Enser No. 9.

Women Who Golf for Fun

Golfers continue to play every Wednesday when weather and course conditions permit on the front 9 of The Vineyards. Players tee off at 10 a.m. Golfers of the Week for July 3 were Phyllis East and Pam Allessi. Golfers of the Week for July 10 were Julie Ortendall, Diane Enser and Pat Daniel. All skill levels welcome, no partner needed, still great golf to play.


DHS, CMHS, FHS Alumni Golf Tourney Aug. 2

The 10th annual Alumni Tournament is scheduled for Friday, Aug. 2 at Shorewood Country Club in Dunkirk. The event will feature graduates from Dunkirk High School, Cardinal Mindszenty High School and Fredonia High School. The 2019 youth orgainazational recipients include the Dunkirk-Fredonia Little League and girls softball programs. Honorary starters of the event will be Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas and Jack Shubert, Shorewood “Pro Emeritus.”

Registration the morning of the event begins at 8:30 a.m., located in the “Grove” next to the Pro-Shop. The attendees will pose for a group photo at 9:54 a.m., then will begin the event in a shotgun start, scramble format, beginning at 10 a.m. There will be a $500 Hole-in-one Contest, sponsored by Mary Asher in memory of Tom Asher.

The cost of the event is $80, which includes golf, cart, coffee, dinner buffet and dessert. There is also a free Sahlen hot dog on the Par 3, Hole No. 6 — the Hole-in-one Contest hole. A cash bar is open at 3 p.m. and dinner will be at 4:30 p.m. Trophy presentation and door prizes, along with a silen auction, will be following dinner.

Checks are payable to Bill Bamonto: 212 Washington Ave Apt #807 Towson, MD 21204. Please respond by July 14 to register. With any questions, contact Bill at 302-379-1882.

Fredonia Youth Football Camp starts July 22

The second annual Fredonia Youth Football Camp is scheduled for Monday, July 22 through Wednesday, July 24. It is a fundamental based skills camp that individualizes at all levels with safe, specialized instruction from all the FHS football coaching staff, as well as selected FHS players. Instructional times will be from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the Orange Bowl field on West Main Street.

The camp is for kids ages 6 to 13 and all equipment is provided. The cost is $40 for the first family member, with additional siblings only $10. Participants will receive a Fredonia Camp T-shirt. To register contact Greg Sherlock, 411 Water Street, Fredonia, NY 14063. Checks should be payable to FHS football.

Gowanda old timers softball game set for July 28

The third Annual Gowanda men’s slow pitch softball league old timers game and reunion (1974-1996) will be held at Gateway Park on Sunday, July 28. Batting practice will begin at 6 p.m., followed by a 9-inning game. Former league players over the age of 45 are encouraged to attend and play a few innings, if not the whole game. A team picnic will follow. Call Mark Benton at 532-4053 to make reservations.