For the Record

Today’s high school sports schedule

Boys Soccer

Frewsburg at Falconer/CV, 4:30 p.m.

Dunkirk at Fredonia, 7 p.m. (at SUNY Fredonia)


Cassadaga Valley/Falconer at Gowanda/Pine Valley, 7 p.m.

Fredonia at Chautauqua Lake/Westfield/Brocton, 7 p.m. (at WACS)

Royalton-Hartland at Silver Creek/Forestville, 7 p.m.

Maryvale at Dunkirk, 7:30 p.m.

Girls Soccer

Maple Grove at Silver Creek, 4:30 p.m.

Girls Tennis

Chautauqua Lake at Frewsburg, 4 p.m.

Adult hockey

CCHA League Games

CCHA A League

P*Dubs 6, Coughlans 4

Goals for PDubs: Ryan Thompson (2), Mike Rozewicz, Kevin Salemi, Dave Wright, Dean Campese.

Assists for PDubs: Justin Giles, Dave Wright, Kevin Salemi, Josh Polak.

Goalie: AJ Riforgiat.

Goals for Coughlans: Dustin Malkowski (2), Dan Whitcher (2)

Assists for Coughlans: Dustin Malkowski, Kyle Yelich, Mike Szalkowski.

Goalie: Nate Williams.

BJ’s 6, Lakeview Shock 2

Goals for BJs: Luke Crawford (2), Mike Nelson (2), Jeff Carlson, Ron Tonelli.

Assists for BJs: Jeff Carlson (2), Steve Gromala, Tom Couglin, Mike Nelson.

Goalie: Shaun Fadale.

Goals for Shock: Dylan Hamed, Matt Daley.

Assists for Shock: Mark Taylor, CJ Vara.

Goalie: Nick Novelli.

CCHA B League

Coughlans 8, EBC 1

Goals for Coughlans: Matt Wisinewski (3), Phil Weimer (2), Nick Quattrone, Tom Wilson, Eric Herman.

Assists for Coughlans: Eric Herman (2), Perry Mitchell, Matt Wisnewski, Phil Weimer, Tom Wilson.

Goalie: Shane Boyle.

Goals for EBC: Nick Keefe.

Assists for EBC: Kirk Miller, Luke Buehler.

Goalie: Shane Randolph.

Heenans 6, Lakeview Shock 3

Goals for Heenans: Bob Traska (2), Jason Denea, Glenn Giles, Jeff Jamieson, John Zurek.

Assists for Heenans: Kevin Smith (2), John Zurek, Tom Block, Steve Skryzpek, Jeff Jamieson, Brad Denea, Joe Crino, Jeff Eggleston.

Goalie: Gary Shain.

Goals for Shock: Tony Privitera, Kyle Kimmerly, Keith Mages.

Assists for Shock: Keith Mages, Joe Harris, Jim Eschberger, Dan Gornikiewicz.

Goalie: Brian Lillie.

Adult bowling

Lucky Lanes

Lou Nocek BII League on Sept. 23

The high team scores were had by Frost Transportation with 2,666-2,819

Notable individual scores: Scott Jagoda 248-269-700, Tom Jagoda 211-265-214-690, Ricky Burgstrom 204-278-677, Don Farnham 229-245-669, Alex Haase 235-204-212-651, Dick Frost 241-225-645, Greg Haase 216-223-633, Ted Schwalbe 200-204-207-631, Josh Wilmot 204-212-611, Matthew Haase 256-609, Gary Haase 212-202-605, Brandon Haase 212-212-603, Mike Lucas 206-202-600, Gene Jankowski 219, Dean Wright 212, Kevin Rose 203, Jim Ellman Jr. 202.

Fumble League Bowling on Sept. 25

Both the high team game and series score were had by Bobek’s Autotrans with 883 and 2,580, respectively.

Notable individual scores were had by: Devon Mistretta 224-172-523, Tony Mistretta 212, Brenda Kerstetter 191-192, Shirley Salerno 161, Kathy Price 185, April Jagoda 179, Marie Skubis 164.


Sale of ‘Pink The Rink’ jerseys has started

The sale of 2020 Pink The Rink jerseys is underway for Fredonia State’s Sat., Feb. 8 men’s hockey game vs. Potsdam at Steele Hall Ice Arena.

A donation of $250 will buy a jersey and allow the donor to place the name of a cancer survivor on the nameplate. Instead of having their own names on their jerseys, each of the Blue Devils will take to the ice that night representing the survivor whose jersey they will be wearing. The donor will receive the jersey from the player during an on-ice ceremony following the game.

Fans wishing to make a purchase can contact Blue Devil Head Coach Jeff Meredith by phone at (716) 673-3334 or via e-mail at meredith@fredonia.edu.

The 2020 game represents the 14th straight season Fredonia State hockey has recognized cancer survivors at a home game. Purchase of game-worn jerseys began in 2008 and has formed the bulk of the program’s $91,000 donation toward breast cancer research by the American Cancer Society.

Lady Hornets Spike Out Cancer set for Oct. 7

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the Forestville Lady Hornets will again host its annual “Spike Out Cancer” volleyball experience. This year’s event, the tenth, is planned for Monday Oct. 7, when JV and varsity teams play regulation games on their home court against the Fredonia Hillbillies. The JV game will start at 5 p.m. and the Varsity game at approximately 6:30 p.m. The modified game will be played on Tuesday Oct. 8, with their game starting at 4:30 p.m.

There will also be a refreshment stand, a bake sale, a gift basket raffle and a 50/50 drawing. All of the proceeds will be donated to families in need. So far, the Forestville Lady Hornets have donated over $24,000 to Circle of Love, RO Foundation and many area families affected by cancer and in need of financial help.

Please join the Lady Hornets and the Forestville Sports Boosters in their fight against breast cancer in the high school gym at 4 Academy Street Forestville. Doors open at 430 p.m. Entrance fee is $1, students are free. Don’t forget to wear pink!

Registration open for Oct. 12 Ruterbusch Run

Registration is open for the 2019 Fred Ruterbusch Memorial 5k Run & Walk, to be held Saturday, Oct. 12 starting at 10 a.m. on a campus road course at SUNY Fredonia.

The online pre-registration link is at fredoniabluedevils.com. Pre-registration is $20. There will also be on-site registration starting at 9 a.m. the morning of the race. The cost will be $25. Registration for all Fredonia State students is $5.

All proceeds will benefit the Fredonia State Cross Country and Track & Field teams.

Awards will be made to the overall male and female finishers to the top three runners in the following age brackets: 14 & under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, and 80 & up.

In addition to the age-bracket awards, a Kids’ Day is planned — activities in Steele Hall Fieldhouse supervised by track & field team members — and a Kids Run following the 5k.

Gowanda Softball to hold Columbus Day game, Oct. 14

The Gowanda men’s softball league for players 18 and older will hold their final game of the season on Monday, Oct. 14 at Gateway Park beginning at 4:15 p.m. This Columbus Day event will cap off a very successful twenty game season at the new Gateway Park complex on Palmer Street in the Village of Gowanda. A picnic will be held under the pavilion after the nine inning game. Please call Gowanda Recreation Director Mark Benton at 532-4053 to secure your spot in the game.

Dunkirk-Fredonia Steelers open skate Oct. 21, 24

The Dunkirk/Fredonia Steelers hockey team will have an open skate on Monday, Oct. 21 and Thursday, Oct. 24 at 7:30 p.m. to prepare for the upcoming 2019-20 varsity and JV High School ice hockey season. Sign ups will be held at Steele Hall on the Fredonia State campus on Oct. 16. Any student wishing to participate must bring $10 and a copy of your school ID to sign ups. Varsity tryouts will be Monday, Oct. 28 at 6:15 p.m. at Steele Hall.

Track and field officials desired, meeting Nov. 6

Men or women who would like to become certified NY State Track and Field officials are desired. If you are interested and/or have questions, please contact Bob in the Dunkirk-Fredonia area at 401-2731; Tom in the Jamestown area at 499-1559; or Dan in the Olean area at 307-4804. The required meetings will start on Wednesday, Nov. 6.


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