For the Record
Venango Valley CC
Asquith Senior Golf Tour (Aug. 5) — Scores: Vern Ahlgren +8, Jud Foy +7, Joe Matte +6, Ron Wilson +7, Paul Bell +6, Bob Burlingame +3, Bruce Dudgeon +3, Ross Cali +14, Brian Eckwahl +12, Ken Aldrich +4, Brian Champlin +8, Joe Ianniello +6, Bill Cross +5, Larry Eidens +5, Denny Richards +5, Dan Kelly +10, Andy Scalise +7, Russ Vacanti +6, Don Armstrong +12, Bruce Spencer +12, Rick St. George +6, Dave Nichols +6. Closest to the pin: Dave Nichols No. 2, Joe Ianniello No. 11, Don Armstrong No. 13, Ross Williams No. 16.
Vineyards Golf Course
Dunkirk Moose Thursday Night Golf League — Low scores: Brian Curtis 33, Phil Maslach 38, Tony Antolini 38, Jim Sedota 39, Greg Haight 40, Gordy Haight 40, Rick Bauza 40, Pete Criscione 42, John Weidenhofer 43, Glenn Mann 43, Jeff Lehnan 44, Dave Trentini 45, Shawn Hennessey 46, Chris Kokoszka 46, Steve Dudek 47, Jerry Kaminski 47, Mike Rosario 48, Dennis Karen 48, Sam Fote 48, Mark Gugino 49, Rick Mazurek 49. Closest to the pin: Maslach No. 3. Skins: Jeff Lehnan No. 2.
Gene Andolina League (Aug. 6) — Scratch scores below 40: Bob Golubski 32, Tony Destro 35, Sam Allesi 35, John Bongiovanni 37, Dan Alessi 37, John Lakas 38, Scott Kingsley 38, Kevin Jasinski 38, Phil Kleeberger 38, Chuck Allesi 39, Greg Catalano 39, Bob Welch 39, David DeJoe 39, Jim Lucas 39, Ange Leone 39. Handicap scores 36 and below: Tony Destro 29, Tucker Samuelson 30, Tom McTigue 31, Ange Leone 31, Mike Rosario 32, Bob Golubski 32, David DeJoe 33, Kevin Jasinski 33, Jim Lucas 33, Chuck Allesi 34, Bob Patterson 34, Paul Trusso 34, Scott Kingsley 34, John Wiedenhofer 34, Bob Tripp 35, Jim De Joe 35, Dennis Karin 35, John Bongiovanni 35, Sam Allesi 35, Phil Kleeberger 35, Sam F. Foti 35, John Lakas 36, Zeke Curtin 36, Sam B. Foti 36, Jim Polvino 36, Smokey Gloss 36, Pete Criscione 36, Bob Welch 36, Dan Alessi 36, Gordie Haight 36. Scratch skins: Joe Polechetti No. 4, Gordie Haight No. 6, Scott Kingsley No. 7. Handicap skins: Tucker Samuelson No. 1, Bob Patterson No. 9. Closest to the pins: Joe Polechetti No. 5, Bob Golubski No. 9.
Men’s Senior Baseball League
Pro-Bats Yankees 3, Silver Creek Braves 1 (5 innings)
Silver Creek Braves 8, Pro-Bats Yankees 1 (5 innings)
The Yankees and Braves split a twin bill at Silver Creek High School, in a pair of lower scoring games games. In the opener, Allan Carmello picked up the victory for the Yankees with MSBL Hall of Famer Dennis Gawronski earning the two-inning save. The pair were spot-on, not allowing a walk or earned run, while striking out four. The Yankees (12-2) managed only three hits; one each from Brent Carmello (RBI), Rich Hofer and Joe Coughlin. The Braves Cody Hehir took the tough luck loss for the Braves, with relief help from James Golubski. They were hurt by 11 free passes to Yankee batters. Alex Bogosian, Zach Bogosian and Hehir (triple) had the only hits for the Braves.
In the nightcap, the Braves (4-11) struck for four in the fourth inning and two in the fifth inning to help break an eight-game Yankee winning streak. Alex Bogosian (three hits, two runs) led the 11-hit attack, while Greg Kruszka (two hits, two runs) and Golubski (two hits, two runs) added pop at the plate for the Braves. Perennial All-Star Cody Wicks pitched a complete game, silencing the previously hot bats of the Yankees. Wicks pitched a three-hitter, striking out three and walking six. The Yankees got hits from Joe Polichetti (RBI), Stony Woodard and Gawronski. Winston Woodard II and Polichetti pitched well in defeat, allowing only four earned runs, striking out five and walking five Braves hitters.
Parent/athlete meeting at Forestville HS today
All Forestville Central School student-athletes interested in participating in the modified, junior varsity, or varsity athletic programs being offered (including the combination sport teams with Silver Creek/others) during the 2019-2020 school year should attend the mandatory athletic code/risk video presentation today, Aug. 7 at 6 p.m. sharp in the high school auditorium. Parent or legal guardian must accompany all athletes.
The athletic handbook/code will be discussed and all required athletic participation forms will be available for completion during the presentation. Athletes who attend and complete the required forms will be eligible for the entire 2019-2020 school year. Video/code paperwork must be on file prior to the start of participation in any/all programs.
Coaches will also be on hand to offer additional information specific to their programs.
Any questions may be directed to FCS high school secretary, Ms. Voigt, in the main office at 716-965-2711 or FCS Athletic Director, Mr. Hazelton, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inuagural Dunkirk Historical Museum Vintage Golf Outing is on Saturday
The inaugural Dunkirk Historical Museum Vintage Golf Outing is on Saturday at The Vineyards Golf Course. The event is a two-man scramble format with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. It’s a vintage theme, so wear vintage attire. Vintage clubs will be provided on the longest drive and closest to the pin holes.
There will be a continental breakfast and lunch served after the outing at the club house. Prizes will be given out along with the best dressed and a 50/50 raffle. Every golfer will receive a complimentary one-year membership to the museum.
You can sign up for the outing at the museum or the golf course. Walk-ons are welcome. The cost is $35 for members and $40 for non-members.
With any questions, contact Stephanie Pulvino at 366-3797 or email email@example.com.
Annual Grape Belt Open, Saturday, at Pinehurst
The third annual Grape Belt Open is set for Saturday, 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.