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Bulletin Board for Sept. 4

Gary Mong of Lancaster set a new course record of 26 as he won the Kensington Lions’ third annual golf classic at Raspberry Ridge, a private, nine-hole par-3 course across from the Buffalo Tournament and Fox Valley country clubs. His round included six straight birdies.


BASEBALL: The NYS American Legion champion West Seneca Post 735 will hold an open tryout on Sept. 13 at 10 a.m. Call Karl Malkowski at 208-1671. ... The Lancaster Black Sox 13U travel team is looking to complete its roster for the 2016 season. For a tryout, please contact Pat Kerl at 908-6199 or Alan Fath at 812-9881.

BASKETBALL: Hilbert College is accepting applications for a volunteer assistant men’s basketball coach. The successful candidate will assist in developing and coordinating a program in a highly competitive NCAA Division III environment. Emphasis will be on recruiting, practice planning and on-court teaching. A bachelor’s degree preferred and a valid driver’s license is required. Interested candidates who have playing and coaching experience should submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references to Rob deGrandpre, head men’s coach, at ... Gloria Parks men’s basketball league will begin Monday, Sept. 14, Tuesday, Sept. 15, and Wednesday, Sept. 16. Interested teams should contact Kevin Ferguson at 832-1010 or

BOWLING: New three-person league Wednesday nights is beginning Sept. 9 at Broadway Sports Center with a 6 p.m. start and 635 team average. Call Ken at 574-2833 or Brian at 866-5081. ... Classic Lanes is looking for four-person teams on Friday nights at 7 p.m. Wednesday Night Ladies also looking for five-girl teams at 7 p.m. Call Andy or Tom at 873-3383 or Ken at 694-1665. ... Head to head one-man teams needed at Spare Time Lanes. Players must have 210 or less average. Call secretary Jim Bauer at 691-4787.

CURLING: Buffalo RiverWorks inaugural curling league begins this November. Visit or call 342-2292.

HOCKEY: Buffalo RiverWorks inaugural senior adult ice hockey league begins this November. Visit or call 342-2292. ... Bison Hockey has a Mite Development Program for kids, ages 5-8, starting Sept. 19 at the North Buffalo Rink, running through February. Kids are on the ice three times each week. Call Amy Kneer (465-5522) to sign up. Bison Hockey also has a Squirt Boys MOHL roster, ages 9-10, for skaters who want a team experience. Season runs from September through February. Call head coach Joe Leber at 536-1445 for details.

LACROSSE: D’Youville College is seeking candidates for the part-time position of women’s lacrosse coach. Successful candidate will be required to recruit, develop and retain quality student-athletes and coordinate and plan all practice and skill development sessions, conduct all scheduling, manage the program’s operating budget and successfully complete an NCAA annual rules test. Requires bachelor degree or equivalent. Women’s lacrosse coaching experience at a varsity high school or collegiate level preferred. Submit cover letter, resume and three references to Brian M. Cavanaugh, Director of Athletics, at or at (716) 829-7878.

SKATING: Learn to skate classes for hockey players and figure skaters will start the week of Sept. 14. The classes will be held at Niagara University Ice Complex in Niagara Falls on Mondays (5:15-5:45 p.m), Wednesdays (6-6:30 p.m.) and Fridays (4:55-5:25 p.m.) and at Hockey Outlet in Wheatfield on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30-5 p.m. Classes are for ages 4 to adult. Download an application or sign up and pay online at For more information call 636-7401. ... Bison Hockey has a learn to skate program for kids, ages 3-4, called Chucksters starting Sept. 28 at Nichols School Rink. Kids skate twice a week for 23 weeks. Call Amy Kneer (465-5522).

SOFTBALL: Hamburg Xtreme travel softball is looking for an experienced catcher to round out its 12U roster. Must have a 2003 birth year. Contact Mary Beth Dreyer at ... New York Inferno is looking for players for their 14U Silver and 16U Silver teams. Tryouts will be held at Southside Little League, 121 Starlite Ave., Cheektowaga. Tryouts for 14U will be Sunday at 8 a.m. and next Thursday at 5:30 p.m. Tryouts for 16U will be Friday at 5:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. If unable to attend but interested, contact Chuck Righetti at 316-0517 or for a private tryout. ... Avalanche girls travel college showcase team has an immediate need for a catcher for the 2016 season. Birth years: 1998, 1999, 2000. See or contact Program Coordinator Dan Weaver at 208-1210 to arrange a tryout.

TENNIS: The senior tennis league is now accepting registrations for coed doubles at the Village Glen Tennis Center in Williamsville. Play will be on Wednesdays from 1-2:30 p.m. starting Sept. 9 and continuing through Dec. 16 for 15 weeks. Call Stan at 873-9800.

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