Jeff Savko had low gross of 34 and Craig Tidrick and Justin Frederoski shared low net of 30 in Tuesday Night Golf League play at Jackson Valley Golf Club. Tim Watkins, Frederoski, Casey Moyer and John Aldrich shared second low gross of 37 and Dave Rounds, Herky Smith and Ed Streich all shared second low net of 31. Park Avenue Motor Car won the first half by a half-point over A&B Heating.
Here are the team standings through Tuesday's round:
Times Observer photos by Jonathan McAfoos
Fun in sun
Above, on the first official day of summer, Pellegrino Foods’ Danielle Dorunda makes the play at first in a Co-Ed League softball game on Friday at Betts Park. Below, Mark Crossley smacks a home run for Pellegrino Foods against Picture Place.
Team standings: Park Avenue 219.5, A&B Heating 219, Rowe Construction 218, Edward Oil 216.5, Olie's Sport 214.5, Snuffy's 211.75, Elks Lodge #223 211.25, Huey's Place 211, PALO 206.25, American Legion 205.75, Wagner's Golf 204.5, Team 24 202.5, Warren Bus Lines 202.5, Nesmith Insurance 200, Shaw House 199.25, Garrison-Simonsen Insurance 195, Ameriprise Financial 194, Freedom Investment 192.5, ERA Team VP Real Estate 188.5, Midtown Motors 185.75, Superior Tire 182.5, Moose Lodge 109 176, KCS Energy 174.5, Dickey's Duffers 168.5, Richardson Landscaping 161.25, Warren Auto Supply 146.5, Lewis Funeral Home 141.75
John Logan and Jeff Passaro had the low gross score of 35 and Jay Fitch and Jack Hellman had the low net score of 34 in Fitch Disposal Scramble League play, Tuesday, at Cable Hollow Golf Course. Nate Perkins and John Albaugh led the season standings with 43.5 points. Bob Hunter and Mark Kulka are second with 41 points and Justin Norris and Terry Moldovan are third with 40 points.
Greg Senyo had low gross of 38 and John Elms and John Albaugh shared low net of 30 in 2-Man Golf League play, Tuesday, at Conewango Valley Country Club. Gary Darling and Steve Darling placed first with 106 points. Chuck Hazeltine and Senyo were second with 105 points and Justin Kell and Gary Page were third with 104.5 points.
Ron Darling and Ryan Lemon had low gross of 33 in Monday Scratch League play at Cable Hollow Golf Course. Rick Rohlin and Scott Pearson led the season standings with 39 points with Chris Scalise and Kevin Lawson second with 36.5 points.
The team of Myron & Kirsten Turfitt and Ashton & Linda Ditka won a Couples Tournament held Friday at Conewango Valley Country Club with a score of 57. The team of John & Judy Dale and Jack & Nancy Shattuck was second with 59.
Here are the results from Junior Golf League play, Friday, at Conewango Valley Country Club:
Cadet Boys: Hayden Edwards 65, Cody Leofsky 80
Cadet Girls: Madisen Seastrum 94, Lydia Tomassoni 106
Prep Boys: Drew Swanson 25, Ricky Madril 26
Prep Girls: Myah Madril 28
Novice Boys: Coleson Barber 20, Evan Swanson 21
Novice Girls: Sara Sokolski 33
Busti beat Carroll 339-333 and Celoron clipped Randolph 339-337, in Chautauqua County Trap League competition on Thursday. Busti's Jim Bessey shot the league's lone 50 for this week.
Tiffany Decker was high lady with a 48, Tyler Chase was high junior with a 49 and Dalton Becker was high sub-junior with a 48. Dave Kingsley and Bob Faga shared high vet honors with 48's, Dick Starks was high senior vet with a 47 and Bill Dallas was high super senior vet with a 49.
Here are the complete results from Thursday's competition:
CELORON (339): Brian Ecelberger 49, Rob Becker 49, Scott Carter 49, Shane Lindstrom 48, Dalton Becker 48, Dave Kingsley 48, Kevin Nicklas 48
RANDOLPH (337): Bill Congdon 49, Jim Congdon 49, Skip Frazier 49, Kim Milford 48, Gary Sickles 48, Paul Hvizdzak 47, Gary Sickles Jr. 47
BUSTI (339): Jim Bessey 50, Tyler Chase 49, Bill Dallas 49, Jim Stearns 48, Charlie Brown 48, Tiffany Decker 48, Dave Sena 47
CARROLL (333): Jim Nowacki 49, John Foster 48, Marty Nelson 48, Brady Carl 47, Otto Carl 47, Ron Feidler 47, Mike Mackey 47
Varsity football players at Youngsville High School should report to the Youngsville Elementary-Middle School at 8 a.m., Monday, for summer conditioning. Junior high players will begin summer workouts when the high school reopens in mid-July.