For the Record

High school sports schedule

Girls Soccer

Chautauqua Lake at Silver Creek/Forestville, 4:30 p.m.

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

Pine Valley at Westfield/Brocton, 4:30 p.m.

North Collins at Frewsburg, 5 p.m.

Fredonia at City Honors, 7 p.m.

Girls Swimming

Chautauqua Lake at Southwestern, 5 p.m.

Gowanda at Fredonia, 5 p.m.

Girls Tennis

Chautauqua Lake at Fredonia, 4 p.m.


Brocton at Sherman, 5 p.m.

Silver Creek at Pine Valley, 6:30 p.m.

Adult bowling

Lucky Lanes

Women’s A League — Scores: JoAnne Arnold 179-169, Mary Butcher 167, Betty Carvella 164, Shelly Coon 165, Jackie Grant 165, Judy Langworthy 168-176, Jane Rose 189, Cathy A. Smith 164, Rose Spicer 191-165-515, Sara Tulipane 175.

Adult golf

Cassadaga Country Club

Tuesday Night Men’s Golf League (Sept. 10) — Scores: Steve Wintersteen 32, Tim Bulger 35, Mike Botticello 37, Rod Lind 37, Jon Coe 38, Scott Jagoda 38, John Crossley 40, Todd Fenton 40. Low net: Jon Coe net 26. Closest to the pin: Scott Jagoda No. 15. Skins: Scott Jagoda No. 15, birdie.

Adult flag football

City of Dunkirk Adult Flag Football League

Super Duper 22, Sir Prints a Lot 6

Super Duper (2-0) was lead by Marcus Feagin, scoring two TDs. Sir Prints A Lot’s (1-1) Bryan Mccoy led all defenders with 14 tackles.

Good Guys 14, Elevation 6

In a defensive minded game, Good Guys (1-1) QB Mike Donaldson contributed two TDs. Elevation(1-1) safety Richard Pickens recorded two INTS.

GMB 24, Dawg Pound 6

GMB (1-1) QB Derek Honaker tossed three TDs in the win.

Adult running

STTC Summer Tri Series Winners

The third season of the Southern Tier Triathlon Club (STTC) Summer Tri Series came to a close on Wednesday evening, Sept. 4, in Cassadaga. The Club holds a sprint triathlon four Wednesday nights each season, June through September. Open to anyone interested in fun competition and physical fitness. Race results for the entire 3 seasons can be found on www.CoachMarkWilson.com/race-results/

Season awards were as follows: Female Champion – Mindy Lawson-Crabtree, Frewsburg, NY; Female 2nd Place – Willow Fodor – Jamestown, NY; Female 3rd Place – Bethany Burlingame – Cassadaga, NY; Female 4th Place – Kristin Jackson – Colden, NY; Female 5th Place – Eileen Grew – Lackawana, NY. Male Champion – Luke Fodor – Jamestown, NY; Male 2nd Place – David Stolz – Buffalo, NY; Male 3rd Place – Glen Shoup – Jamestown, NY; Male 4th Place – Rob Leary – Fredonia, NY; Male 5th Place – Mark Wilson – Cassadaga, NY. Female Triathlete of the Year – Mindy Lawson-Crabtree – Jamestown, NY. Male Triathlete of the Year – Luke Fodor – Jamestown, NY. Honorable Mention – Willow Fodor – Jamestown, NY, Christina Macey – Buffalo, NY, David Stolze – Buffalo, NY, Robert Kolodziejczak – Northeast, PA. Volunteer of the Year – Kurt Gustafson- Jamestown, NY. Most Improved Triathlete of the Year – Robert Auction – Randolph, NY. Rookie of the Year – Cory Feneran – Falconer, NY.


Blue Devils hosting kids day on Saturday

The Fredonia Blue Devils men’s and women’s soccer teams are hosting a kids day, Saturday, Sept. 14 during both games (women’s at 1 p.m., men’s 3 p.m.). Kids day will consist of free admission to any kid and they will receive a free hot dog and water, along with boomsticks, while supplies last. The women’s team will play Elmira, while the men’s team plays Grove City.

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.