Bush Industries, Rand Precision Claim Tuesday Events

Bush Industries earned 100 first-place points in the YMCA Battle of the Businesses on Tuesday night in the volleyball tournament at the Jamestown YMCA. Pictured, in front, from left, are captain Amy Hook and Blaire Borst. In back are Lance Deming, Jeff Rupp, Chris Waclawski, Dan Courtney, Nate Nowicki and Dave Nowicki. Submitted photo

Bush Industries won the Battle of the Businesses Large Division volleyball tournament at the Jamestown YMCA while Rand Precision Machining pedaled to first place in the Expresso bike relay event Tuesday evening.

Bush Industries’ volleyball team of captain Amy Hook, Blaire Borst, Lance Deming, Dave Nowicki, Nate Nowicki, Jeff Rupp, Dan Courtney and Chris Waclawski ran the court from the start. The squad finished the night by beating Frewsburg Central School 21-19.

Falconer Central Schools went home with third-place honors.

In the Expresso bike relay, Rand’s Kris Burch and Ethan Rapp ended their cycle with a combined score of 12:54. GA Family Services finished second followed by Jamestown Bar Association/City Court in third.

Overall, Falconer Central Schools (740) and JBA (465) lead the Large and Small Divisions, respectively,

Teammates Kris Burch and Ethan Rapp of GA Family Services at Lutheran paired up to win the YMCA Battle of the Businesses Small Division Expresso bike relay event at the Jamestown YMCA on Tuesday night. Submitted photo

The YMCA Battle continues this evening with the Women’s Miniature Golf event for both divisions at 6 p.m. at the Pro Putt, behind Dairy Queen, in Warren, Pennsylvania.

Large Division

Falconer Central Schools 740

Frewsburg Central School 710

The Resource Center 670

Bush Industries 665

TitanX Engine Cooling 615

Chautauqua County Government 590

UPMC Chautauqua 560

Small Division

Jamestown Bar Association/City Court 465

GA Family Services at Lutheran 450

Greater Chautauqua FCU/Trinity Biotech 445

Rand Precision Machining 445

Rehabilitation Specialists/CES 430

Chautauqua Hospice & Palliative Care 390


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