For the Record

Adult golf

Vineyards Golf Course

Gene Andolina League (Aug. 9) — Scratch scores below 40: Bob Golubski 35, Tony Antolini 36, Greg Catalano 36, Gordie Haight 37, John Bongiovanni 37, Phil Kleeberger 38, Zeke Curtain 39, Kevin Jasinski 39, John Lakas 39, Paul Trusso 39, Sam Allesi 39. Handicap scores 36 and below: Tony Antolini 30, Gordie Haight 32, Jim DeJoe 33, Paul Trusso 33, Ron Joy 34, Jim Sedota 34, Jack Hood 34, Zeke Curtain 35, Sam F. Foti 35, Kevin Jasinski 35, Phil Kleeberger 35, Brian Liberator 35, Dave Polechetti 35, Tom Lesch 35, Paul Leone 35, John Bongiovanni 35, Bob Golubski 35, Bob Patterson 36, Tucker Samuelson 36, Jim Polvino 36, Greg Catalano 36. Scratch skins: Bob Golubski No. 2, Bob Welch No. 8, Phil Kleeberger No. 9. Handicap skins: Jim DeJoe No. 3. Closest to the pins: Steve Gloss No. 5, Phil Kleeberger No. 9.

Youth soccer

Cassadaga Valley League Playoffs

Championship games (Thursday, August 8)

(U-8)

Homestead Stables 3, KCR 1

Logan Simpson scored a hat trick in the championship with all three goals for Homestead. Brayden Gleason scored the lone goal for KCR. Homestead won the championship in the U-8 tournament.

(U-11)

Gerry Free Methodist Church 5,

Southern Chautauqua FCU 0

Angelica Mullen scored two goals for GFMC, while Anna Burlingame, Madison Debo and Mason Debo each added a goal. Assists went to Connor Main, Fawkes Allen and Mason Debo. Goalies for the shut out were Cathryn Russell and James Mullen. Gerry Free Methodist won the championship in the U-11 tournament.

(U-16)

Bethany Camp 5, MK Mustangs 4

Steven Bigger and Hannah McChesney each scored two goals for Bethany Camp, while Owen Sober added one goal. An assist went to Steven Biggers. Braeden Singular scored three goals for MK Mustangs and Jacob Ansell added one goal and an assist. Bethany Camp won the championship in the U-16 tournament.

Announcements

Inaugural Dunkirk Historical Museum Vintage Golf Outing is today

The inaugural Dunkirk Historical Museum Vintage Golf Outing is today 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 pulvinos@gmail.com.

Annual Grape Belt Open is today at Pinehurst

The third annual Grape Belt Open is today, 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.

Randy Goss Memorial tournament is Aug. 17

The 19th annual Randy Goss Memorial golf tournament will be on Aug. 17 at The Vineyards Golf Course with a 9 a.m. shotgun start (be at the course by 8:15). This is a two-person scramble format, $60 per golfer. That includes 18 holes of golf, cart, CTPs on every hole, skins, lunch and dinner by Freds at Dom Polskis club. With any questions or to sign up, call Jason Goss at 410-1538 or Cheyl or Kyle Goss at 366-1156.

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.

Dunkirk Football mattress sale set for Aug. 25

The Dunkirk Marauder football team is holding their annual mattress sale on Sunday, Aug. 25, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Located in the auxiliary gym in Dunkirk High School, name brand items are on display and for sale at a huge discount. Free lay-a-way and delivery is available.

As a result of the community’s generosity over the last five years, Dunkirk Football has been able to pay for camps, transportation, championship jackets, senior jackets, fitness memberships and more, which has helped the program become very successful. Dunkirk coach Mike Sarratori thanks the community for all of its help and support.

The Relief Zone 5K/10K/Kidz Fun Run Aug. 24

The Relief Zone (TRZ) fundraising committee is holding its seventh annual 5K/10K/Kidz Fun Run on Saturday, Aug. 24 at the Frewsburg Firemen’s Grounds, 4 Main St., Frewsburg. The race will begin at 9 a.m. followed by awards at 10:30 a.m. Interested participants can register online or on race day. The cost to participate is $10 for Kidz Fun Run, $20 for the 5K, and $25 for the 10K. This fee includes a T-shirt for runners pre-registered by Aug. 16. Registration will be from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. on race day. For more information or to register, go to www.thereliefzone.org.

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