Kathy DiGiore fired a 43-11-32 to take the top spot in the A Flight of the Deerwood Women’s Golf Club recently. Play was conducted as a blind hole tournament, with nine holes picked at random and half a player’s handicap applied.

Chris Steger was second in the A Flight with a 47-13-34, while Judy Stevens took third with a 49-13-36.

Jan Nicely was the low shooter in the B Flight with a 47-16-31. Joan Gross was a shot off in second with a 47-15-32, while Jean Geibel rounded out the top three with a 50-16-34.

Dottie Simiele’s 51-20-30 took first in the C Flight on a match of cards over Sophie Lopacki (55-25-30). Gwen Daugherty was third with a 53-18-35.

Jean Geibel took low-putt honors with 12 on the front nine, while DiGiore had 13 on the back and 28 overall, both low totals.

In nine-hole play, Sandra Schmidt took first in the A Flight with a 56-18-38. Kay Kaiser was runner-up with a 57-18-39. Evie Blow took third, shooting 60-19-41.

Elaine Franaszk’s 55-21-34 gave her first in the B Flight. Priscilla Matthews was second with a 62-24-38, while Harriett Hess was third with 71-27-44.

In the C Flight, Pat McCord took first with a 73-28-45. Ellie Graczyk was second with a 76-30-46. Shirley Wurl finished second with a 74-28-46.

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Sikora Post splits a pair with Wheatfield

Sikora Post of North Tonawanda split a doubleheader with Wheatfield Post No. 1451 in American Legion baseball action at Rojek Field this past weekend.

In the opener, which Wheatfield won 8-4, Kyle Smith went the distance and struck out 10 batters. Mike Guariglia had two hits, including a home run, two RBIs and two runs scored. Jeff Panza added two hits and two RBIs and Jack LePage had a two-run double.

For Sikora, Scott Gregson was 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI and Chris Borgatti had two hits and an RBI.

In the nightcap, Mike Filosofos was 3-for-3 with two doubles, a triple, three RBIs and three runs scored as Sikora scored an 11-6 win. Chris Rajczak was 2-for-2 with three RBIs and scored three runs in support of winning pitcher Matt Haseley, who tossed a complete game, scattering nine hits and striking out five.

Jeff Szalkowski was 3-for-4 with a home run and two RBIs for Wheatfield. Panza was 2-for-3 with a pair of RBIs.