Randolph beat Busti, 344-340, and Celoron downed Carroll, 338-322, last week in the Chautauqua Country Trap League. Randolph's Ron Gunnell, Tim Sickles and Skip Frazier, Busti's Charlie Brown, Denny Joy and Kirk Decker and Carroll's John Foster had perfect rounds of 50.
High lady was Sandy Rater with a 45. High juniors were Andrew Hvizdzak and Tyler Chase with 48s. High sub junior was Dalton Becker with a 49. High vets were Dick Anderson and Jerry Willett with 48s. High senior vet was Brown with his 50. High super senior vet was Gary Sickles with 49.
Times Observer photos by Jonathan McAfoos
Wrapping things up
The USCA (United States Canoe Association) National Championships came to an end on Sunday with the completion of the Marathon races at Betts Park (from the Kinzua Dam tailwaters). At left, Ray Thiel lifts a canoe out of the water at the end of the race. At right, John Edwards goes for a short jog while carrying his canoe.
RANDOLPH (344): Ron Gunnell, Tim Sickles and Skip Frazier, 50, Gary Sickles and Paul Hvizdzak, 49, Dick Anderson and Shaun Russell, 48
BUSTI (340): Charlie Brown, Denny Joy and Kirk Decker, 50, Dave Sena and Tyler Chase, 48, Jack Hunt and Ken Waite, 47
CELORON (338): Dalton Becker, Brian Ecelberger and Scott Carter, 49, Jerry Willett, Shane Lindstrom and Russ Wingard, 48, Vern Brown, 47
CORRECTION: The Conewango Valley Country Club Junior Club Championship placewinners were incorrectly identified as being from Jackson Valley in the photo caption headers on page B-4 in Monday's Times Observer.
CARROLL (322): John Foster, 50, Mike Mackey, 48, Ron Feidler, 46, Paul Prentice and Marty Nelson, 45, Chuck Travis and Jordyn Milks, 44
Here are results, by division, of the Conewango Valley Country Club Junior Club Championship on Friday (in photos at right):
Cadet Boys: 1. Simon Smith 70, 2. Hayden Edwards 80
Prep Boys: 1. Drew Swanson 23, 2. Aidan Farrell 31
Novice Boys: 1. Ricky Madril 14 (won in playoff), 2. Evan Swanson 14
Prep Girls: 1. Myah Madril 26
The team of Deidra Himes and Margie Cerra finished first with a score of 62 at the Blueberry Hill Golf Club's "Better Ball" Ladies Member-Guest held on July 31. Jan Moore and Nancy Shattuck were second at 63, Barb Gelotte and Lisa Christie third at 65, and Jill Dart and Diana Peck fourth at 65.
Tim Watkins and Andy Hanks each had the nine-hole low gross of 35, and Charles Franklin and Steve Arnold the low net of 30, in last week's Jackson Valley Tuesday Night League.
Team standings: 1. WMG Urology 138.5, 2. Park Ave. Motor Car 134, 3. American Legion 133.5, 4. Edward Oil 133, 5. Barr, Inc. 131.75, 6. Olie's Sports 131.5, 7. Coldwell Banker 130.75, 8. Shaw House 130, 9. A&B Heating 125.5, 10. Garrison Simonsen Insurance 125.25, 11. Moose Lodge 124, 12. ARMAC 123, 13. Cornerstone Lounge 122, 14. Snuffy's 117.5, 15. Lewis Funeral Home 116.5, 16. Warren Bus Lines 116, 17. Lakeside Fire 112.5, 18. DEGS 111.25, 19. Midtown Motors 110.5, 19. Freedom Investment 110.5, 21. Huey's Place 109, 21. Dickey's Duffers 109, 23. Wagner's Golf 107.5, 24. Ameriprise Financial 103.5, 25. PALO 100.5, 26. Howe's True Value 99, 27. Anthony Consulting 97.5, 28. Nesmith Insurance 94
Cochran Style Salon, made up of Donna Herzog, Karen Carty, Kristy Loren and Joyce Cochran, won the Hair Salons Golf Scramble held recently at Blueberry Hill Golf Club with a gross score of 36.
Bella Capelli - Annie Creek, Kim Rapp, Tracie Gray and Leigh Unen - finished first in the net division at 34, followed by Styles Unlimited's Nancy Phillips, Betty McPherson, Shirley Pearson and Blanch Swaney at 35, and Beaty Boutique's Vern Anderson, Barb Gelotte, Trisha Kubas and Lee Spangler at 42.
Tyler Martin captured his first club championship at Conewango Valley Country Club on Sunday with a 36-hole gross score of 145. He outlasted three-time club champion Mike Bancroft (147), defending champion Joe Nelson (151) and senior club champion Dave Walde (151).
Overall champion: Tyler Martin 145
Championship flight: Mike Bancroft 147, Dave Walde 151, Joe Nelson 151
Flight one: Ryan Calkins 144, Vince Messina 146, Jim Pullan 146
Hank Mole had the nine-hole low gross of 38, and Frank Hunter the low net of 27, on Friday in the Cable Hollow Senior Men's Golf League.
Glenn Culbertson and Gary Redick had most points at 8.5 each, Ralph Gallo had most pars with seven, and Hunter led with two birdies. Bob Buerkle, Bob Bacchetti, Redick, Pat Black, Dale Martin, Mole, Glenn Cook and Gary Wallin had one birdie each.
Practices begin at 4 p.m. Monday at Beaty Field for seventh- and eighth-graders interested in playing junior high football at Beaty Warren Middle School. If players have not received equipment, they are asked to meet in the downstairs locker room at 3 p.m. Monday. A completed physical form must be completed and appropriate fees need to be paid by the start of practice.
Practices Monday and Tuesday will be in helmets only and be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Beginning Wednesday, double sessions will be held in full uniform from 4-5:45 p.m. and 7-8:15 p.m.
For information, call coach Rick Nowacki at 730-6718.
Ike cross country
The first practice for Eisenhower cross country - both junior high and varsity - will be held from 8-8:15 p.m. Monday outside the high school. Physical forms must be completed to participate. For information, call coach Darlene Beach at 726-2284.
The Warren County Elementary Basketball League is in need of volunteers to organize the Sugar Grove/Russell area girls elementary basketball teams. The season begins in September and is for girls in grade 3-6. Email email@example.com or call 688-6152.
In the Cards
Three generations of Cards raced go-karts in the Senior Clone Division of Karts at Stateline on Saturday. Michael Card finished first and his uncle, Terry Card, second in both heats and in the feature of the division races out front of Stateline Speedway in Busti, N.Y. Michael's grandfather, Sid, was fourth, sixth and fifth.
Four Jamestown Jammers were officially named to the New York-Penn League's 2012 National League All-Star team this weekend. Outfielder Jesus Solorzano, outfielder Juancito Martinez, first baseman Viosergy Rosa, and relief pitcher Nick Wittgren.
In addition to four Jammers players being named to the All-Star team the Jammers manager Angel Espada will manage the N.L. team. Espada will be joined by Jammers pitching coach Brendan Sagara, Jammers hitting coach Rich Arena, Jammers trainer Ben Cates, and Jammers strength and conditioning coach A.J. Seeliger.
The New York-Penn League All-Star Game is being held Tuesday at Eastwood Field in Niles, Ohio.
For information on the New York-Penn League All-Star Game go to www.milb.com.