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One Ball Foundation To Host Golf Scramble

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The fourth annual One Ball “Stack Your Balls” Golf Scramble for Testicular Cancer will be held at Cardinal Hills Golf Course in Randolph on Saturday, Sept. 21. Entry fee is $280 per team, which includes lunch and dinner. Play will begin with a 10 a.m. shotgun start. “Stack Your Balls” ...

Hole-In-One

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FINDLEY LAKE — Kathy Bradshaw of Randolph earned her second career ace at the 116-yard par-3 13th on The Upper Course at Peek’n Peak Resort on Thursday. Playing with Bradshaw as witnesses were Judy Mowery, Ann Knepshield and Edie Bensink. ——— CHAUTAUQUA — Pete Hoitink aced No. 6 ...

Scheira Captures Moon Brook CC Ladies Championship

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June Scheira, above left, won the Moon Brook Country Club Emily O’Neill Ladies Championship on Tuesday. Scheira prevailed on the 20th hole, defeating Esther Savage, above right, after also defeating Annette Patric and Brenda Tarana. Sally Scalise and Tarana finished as semifinalists while in ...

Determination Wins

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Sitting in her adviser’s office with tears running down her face, Jennie Thies was unsure if she could stick with graduate school. It was the start of her third year, and she was facing her qualifying exam to transition into candidacy for the doctorate program. She was balancing her ...

Bergey, Bailey, Senn To Be Inducted Dec. 6

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WEST SENECA — Three area natives will be will be inducted into the Section VI Hall of Fame later this year. Football player Bill Bergy, administrator Cheryl Bailey and baseball coach Chuck Senn are among 14 people who comprise the Class of 2019. The induction ceremony will be held Dec. 6 ...

Hole-In-One

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Moon Brook Country Club had its fourth ace in as many days on Wednesday as Bud Frazier notched a hole-in-one using a 7-iron on the 129-yard, 13th hole. That was Frazier’s first career ace, which was made while playing with Phil Strand and Libby Nord.

Ahead Of The Curve

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The following column on Dunkirk native Dave Graf first appeared in The Post-Journal on Feb. 7, 2004, a little more than a week before he was inducted into the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame. Graf and the late Jim McCusker, a Jamestown native and another CSHOF inductee, played ...

Matte, Young Lead Asquith Senior Golf Tour

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RANDOLPH—The Art Asquith Senior Golf Tour traveled to Cardinal Hills Golf Course on Tuesday with Joe Matte finishing at plus 7, Dave Young plus 4 with a 73 gross, while Sam Allesi was also plus 4 in White Flight A. In White Flight B, Bob Burlingame was plus 7, Bruce Blume plus 5 with an 88 ...

Regulators’ Baseball Camp Set For Aug. 20-22

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The Southern Tier Regulators will be hosting a three-day youth baseball camp for children ages 6-12 from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Aug. 20 through Thursday, Aug. 22 at Bergman Park in Jamestown. The cost is $60 per player with a $10 discount for each sibling. A $10 discount is also available ...

Hole-In-One

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Using a 6-iron, Ken Jeffrey recorded his first career hole-in-one on the 184-yard, eighth hole at Moon Brook Country Club on Monday. Witnesses were Eric Pritchard, Joe Jackson and Nick Fiorella. ——— Shannon Fitzgerald aced the 111-yard, par-3 fourth hole at Moon Brook Country Club ...

City Boy Shines At Maryland Tourney

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Anthony Cosme had himself quite a weekend. Not only did Anthony’s Western New York Muckdogs with the 10U championship at the Chesapeake Classic in Aberdeen, Maryland, but he was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player. Trailing 10-3 after the first inning, Anthony entered on the ...

Picnic For Local Legends

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The annual Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame picnic was held Monday at the Lakewood Rod & Gun Club. CSHOF members and guests, totaling more than 150 turned out.

Kreutter Sprints To Patriot Victory At Eriez

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HAMMETT, Pa. — The Patriot Sprint Series made a visit to Eriez Speedway on Sunday along with the RUSH Wingless Sprints. Also racing were the Waterford Hotel E-Mods and the Johnson’s Car Care and Collision Economods. At the end of the night, the four occupants of Victory Lane were Scott ...

A-Bat Clinches A Division

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A-Bat won two games Sunday to clinch the 2019 City Slo-Pitch A Division championship with a record of 14-4. Pictured, in front, from left, are: Shaun Rizzo, Steve Trapani, Sean Chapman, Manny Ramirez and Tyler Jones. In back are: Tony Snow, Larry Mayer, Doug Trapani, Bill Lawson, Ryan Anderson ...

Trap Leagues

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Carroll’s Ray Lee shot the lone perfect 50 during Chautauqua County Trap League action this past week. Celoron topped Busti 338-323 and Randolph edged Carroll 333-331. Celoron’s Rose Corbran was High Lady with a 46. Kris Badjo of Celoron was High Junior with a 49. Carroll’s Lucas ...

Hole-In-One

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CHAUTAUQUA — Terry Hall made his second career hole-in-one Sunday when he sank his tee shot at the eighth hole on Chautauqua Golf Club’s Lake Course. Using his 8-iron, Hall’s ace was witnessed by Jason Dudley, Scott Johnson and Gary Ruch.

Holding Court

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More than 100 youngsters turned out Sunday for the first of 12 weekly “Open Court” sessions at the Southwestern High School gymnasium. The program, sponsored by USA Basketball, provides youngsters, ages 6-17, the opportunity to decide how to engage with the game under the supervision of ...

Another Successful Lake Swim

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A 59-year tradition continued last Thursday as 10 junior members of the Chautauqua Lake Yacht Club participated in their annual swim across the lake, sponsored by the Junior Program. Each swimmer was accompanied by a spotter in a canoe, kayak or jet ski. The Chautauqua County Sheriff’s ...

Hole-In-One

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BUSTI — In less than 20 minutes on Aug. 1, two holes-in-one were recorded on the same hole at South Hills Country Club as Stu Nord and Phil Carcione saw their tee shots on the 125-yard, 15th hole find the bottom of the cup. Their heroics came in two different foursomes that were separated ...