For the Record

Adult golf

Cassadaga Country Club

Monday Night Men’s Golf League (July 29) — Scores: Tim Bulger 35, Steve Wintersteen 36, Dave Moch 38, Dave Pihl 38, Brian Blizzard 39, Fred Chamberlin 39, Matt Wallace 39, Nick Stern 40, Brad Blizzard 41, Rick Jones 42 and Ron Martin Jr. 42.

Closest to pin the hole was Dave Kobel on No. 15.

Skins were had by Steve Wintersteen with a Birdie on No. 10, Rick Jones with an Eagle on No. 13 and No. 14, Rex Goot with a Birdie on No. 17.

Tuesday Night Men’s Golf League (July 30) — Matt Wallace 35, Tim Bulger 36, Todd Fenton 36, Scott Jagoda 36, Dave Willebrandt 36, Dick Frost 38, Sean Helmer 38, Rod Lind 38, Mark Botticello 39, Don Cornell 39, Mike Lancaster 39 and Steve Wintersteen 39.

Closest to pin the hole was Matt Wallace on No. 6.

Skins were had by John Chabuel with an Birdie on No. 2 and Rod Lind with an Eagle on No. 4.

Adult baseball

Men’s Senior Baseball League

Pro-Bats Yankees 7, Glen Acres Nursery Giants 5

The Yankees (9-1) garnered another comeback win over the Giants (4-8) Friday in Dunkirk. Down 3-1, the Bombers tallied 4 runs in the third and two runs in the sixth inning to over come the pesky Giants. The Yankees Weston Ley (2 hits, 2 runs, RBI), Justyn Vara (2 hits, RBI) and Brent Carmello (hit, run, RBI) struck the key blows in the comeback. The highlight of the day at the plate for the Yankees was a Joe Polichetti (2 hits, 3 RBI, run) 365 foot (stat-cast) solo home run over the center field fence. Vara (5-0) navigated through a complete game victory on the mound, allowing three earned runs while walking four and striking out eight Giants hitters. The Giants’ Jared Aiken (2 hits, 2 runs), Jordan Bennink (2 hits) and Alberto Benejan (hit, 2 runs) were the hitting leaders. Josh Strzelac and Jonathan Cordova combined on the mound for the Giants, walking five and striking out nine Yankee bats.

Pro-Bats Yankees 12, Gowanda Phoenix Lodge #262 Cubs 6

Trailing 3-0 in the 4th inning, the Yankees (10-1) rallied for 12 runs in the final four innings and hung on to defeat the (6-4) Cubs at the Gowanda High School field. Joe Polichetti (3 hits, 2 RBI, 2 runs) continued his torrid hitting pace to lead the Yanks, while Dennis Gawronski (3 hits, 2 runs, RBI), Joe Pantano (2 hits, 2 RBI, 2 runs), Matt Eaker (2 hits, 2 runs) and Matthew Pantano (hit, 2 RBI) supplied all the power needed. Allan Carmello started on the mound for the Bombers, allowing four earned runs in 3 1/3 innings of work. Gawronski shut the door on the Cubs in relief, pitching scoreless ball the rest of the way. The pinpoint pair did not walk a batter and struck out three. The Cubbies were led at the plate by Jordan Morrison (2 hits, 2 RBI), and Sam Agnew (2 hits RBI). Neil Mangan tripled, while Jamie Wallschlager, Dylan Hutch (RBI), Steve Dietzen (RBI) and Nick Sheetz all singled. Wallschager and Mangan toiled on the hill for the Cubs, walking two and striking out five Yankee hitters.


DHS, CMHS, FHS Alumni Golf Tourney is Friday

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 silent auction, will be following dinner.

With any questions, contact Bill at 302-379-1882.

Dunkirk Lakefront 5k is scheduled for Saturday

The 20th annual Dunkirk Lakefront 5K will be held on Saturday, Aug. 3 at 9 a.m., beginning on the Dunkirk Boardwalk. All proceeds benefit the Dunkirk High School track and field program. The event is part of the 2019 Striders Runner of the Year series. Visit lakefront5k.com for registration.

Forestville basketball to hold car wash Saturday

The Forestville girls and boys basketball programs will be holding a car wash fundraiser at the Wal-Mart in Fredonia on Saturday, Aug. 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine. The donations will be $5 presale or $7 the day of.

Annual Grape Belt Open is Aug. 10 at Pinehurst

The third annual Grape Belt Open is set for Aug. 10 at Pinehurst Golf Club in Westfield. The event is a four-person scramble format and includes refreshments, dinner and awards. All proceeds benefit the Grape Discovery Center, allowing the center to continue and operate as a non-profit, encourage tourism and educate all about the grape growing history in the Lake Erie Region. They are currently seeking Tee and Corporate sponsors for the event. Tee sponsorship is $50. If interested or with questions, call Lisa at (716) 969-4859.

Westfield Union Relief golf tourney is Aug. 17

The 13th annual Westfield Union Relief Association’s “Golfing for Gifts” Tournament will be held Aug. 17, at Pinehurst Golf Course, in Westfield. Union Relief relies on dues paid by its members, donations of money, food, clothing, and presents from the community and fundraising events to fulfill its mission of lending support to families with children, shut-ins and senior citizens. The organization also provides assistance when specific circumstances arise — like a sudden illness or loss of income, a household fire or a natural disaster. Teams of four are being sought to participate. This is a scramble tournament with a shotgun start. Registration fee is $280 a foursome ($70/person) which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, prizes and lunch. There will also be a Chinese Auction on site. Interested golfers can contact Sarah Button at 969-2593 or Holly Button at 753-0843.