For the Record
Saturday’s local sports schedule
Class Meet Finals
Dunkirk/Silver Creek, Fredonia at Houghton College Meet
Fredonia State at Potsdam, 4 p.m.
Fredonia State at Potsdam, 2 p.m.
Potsdam at Fredonia State, 7 p.m.
(PINK THE RINK)
Section VI Division Tournament
Fumble League (Jan. 29) — Individual scores: Kathy Price 176-212-545, Marie Skubis 200-507, Brenda Kerstetter 171-169, Anne Haase 172. High team game: Donna’s Beauty Boutique 905. High team series: Donna’s Beauty Boutique 2,560.
Bob Frame Thursday B League (Jan. 30) — Individual scores: Krissy Pleszewski 181-155-183-519, Paul Koshute 201-201, Jason Tomkiewicz 201, Chris Kokoszka 215, Nick Sheffield 225-206-224-655, Steve Dando 268-258-232-758, Ron Logan 201, Ryan Wise 279-212-199-690, Joe Thomas 203, Frank Issler 200, Phil Maslak Jr. 224-202-179-605.
Wed.4-Man League (Feb. 5) — Individual scores: Dave Meadows 242-234-279-755, Chris Tofil 209-266-231-706, Tom Jagoda 227-238-215-680, Keith Glowniak 245-235-660, Scott Kawski 248-214-653, Bryson Pacos 265-203-649, Lee Szalkowski 223-255-647, Allen Nagel 243-217-644, Ricky Burgstrom 248-248-632, Gary Haase 246-629, Mark Wisniewski 200-232-618, Todd Ellman 213-204-616, Kevin Kaszuba 214-211-610, Dan Struzynski 201-214-610, Fiore Conti 224-607, Scott Jagoda 211-259, Paul Nocek 225-209, Rick Crandall 204-215, Scott Herdzik 202-213, Matt Miceli 255, Steve Krystofiak 247, John Fraser 236, Mike Lucas 216, Ricky Laurito 212, Howie Burgess 202, Ken Ferry 200. High team game: Bowlers Corner 963. High team series: Bowlers Corner 2,654.
Dunkirk spring sports sign-ups underway
Spring sport sign-ups are now taking place at Dunkirk High School during physical education classes. Students should sign up and receive a blue health history card. The blue card needs to be returned immediately to the nurse. The sports being offered are: baseball, softball, track, tennis and golf. With any questions, call Coach Mike Sarratori in the athletic office at ext. 2083.
Fredonia State to host youth baseball clinics
The SUNY Fredonia baseball team will host a pair of clinics for youths ages 6 to 12. A Hitting and Defense Clinic is Sunday, Feb. 16. A Pitching, Catching and Hitting clinic takes place on Sunday, Feb. 23. Both clinics run from 10 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Cost is $30 for one, or $50 to attend both. If siblings attend, the cost is $20 per clinic per child. For more information, go to www.fredoniabluedevils.com and go to the baseball home page, or contact Matt Palisin in the baseball office at 673-3743, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NCSA/Concord FC seeks 19U boys players
Concord FC is looking for soccer players interested in joining a 19U boys team. The 19U team is comprised of 19U age players with a year of birth of 2001 and 18U age players with a year of birth of 2002. Concord FC plays in the Buffalo and Western New York Junior Soccer League, with the games beginning May 29 and ending first week of August. 19U plays Wednesday nights at 6:45 p.m. Their home field is the State University at Fredonia’s Turf Field. Please email your interest to email@example.com. Check myncsa716.net for more information.
NCCYHA Steelers Modified Team seeks players
The NCCYHA Steelers organization is seeking current 7th and 8th grade students living in Northern Chautauqua County who are interested in playing modified hockey. Tryouts to occur the first week of March, with the season running into June. Cost varies based on number of players and should fall between $350 to $500. Practices held at SUNY Fredonia, as well as in Jamestown. Check www.nccyha.com for registration information by mid-February. With any questions, contact Nick Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame banquet sold out
Chip Johnson, chairman, has announced that the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame’s 39th annual Induction Dinner, scheduled for Monday, February 17th, at Lakewood Rod & Gun Club, is sold out.
The inductees of the class of 2020 are George Bataitis, Bob Bender, Bob Goold, Christine (Carlson) Jenkins, Justin Johnson, Tim Nobles, Elly Norton, Mark Orlando and Mike Tramuta.
Also honored at the banquet will be nearly 50 high school, collegiate and community athletes. In addition, CSHOF Legacy Awards will be presented to 17 deserving individuals.