The fifth Tom Borrelli Memorial Award Golf Tournament presented by the Buffalo Bandits will be held July 1 at Holland Hills.
The tournament is a 10 a.m. shotgun scramble and the $100 cost includes golf, cart, lunch at the turn, dinner, one-hour open bar and a souvenir gift. There will also be prizes, auctions, raffles and drawings.
Golfers who want to play with News staffers can do so at a higher cost.
There is also limited space for dinner-only guests. Cost for dinner only, which includes the presentation of the boys and girls winners of the Borrelli Awards as the top senior high school lacrosse player in Western New York, is $25.
To reserve a spot, email Bob DiCesare at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Those interested in just making a donation to the scholarship fund or purchasing an ad in the event’s souvenir program can do so by contacting Keith McShea at email@example.com.
Checks are payable to the Tom Borrelli Memorial Award and Scholarship Fund. They should be mailed to: Tom Borrelli Memorial Award, c/o Sports Department, The Buffalo News, Box 100, One News Plaza, Buffalo, 14240.
Aaron Broardt, a senior at Williamsville South, and Kathryn Rogemoser of Sweet Home received $1,000 scholarship awards at the Bowling Proprietors Association of Western New York’s 59th Annual Youth Championship Awards Dinner on Wednesday at Salvatore’s Italian Gardens. They were selected from among 20 applicants.
Broardt, who also was a Section VI All-Star in tennis and bowling, will study mechanical engineering at the University at Buffalo.
“I definitely want to play tennis at UB,” said Broardt, who added that one of his goals would be to revive the bowling team at the university.
Rogemoser, who will study criminal justice at Niagara, received the Lori Klahn Scholarship. Besides bowling, she was active in tennis, field hockey,, softball and the concert symphony orchestra at Sweet Home. Both recipients were members of the National Honor Society and active in community volunteer activities.
The BPAWNY awarded a total of $8,000 in scholarships to Senior Boys and Girls champions as well as more than 90 trophies to the top finishers in various age groups for its three tournaments.
Scholarships for $500 each to Senior Boys and Girls Open and Handicap champions went to: Morgan Tackentien, Arcade Lanes; Jeffery Crooks, Recckio’s; Melanie Hannon, Transit; Chris Karnyski, Transit; Haley Ward, Arcade; Dominic Coia, Recckio’s; Kim Klinger, Brierwood; Broardt, Transit; Kayli Christ, Abbott; Joe Scapillato, Broadway; and Justin Sokolowski, Thruway. Hannon was a double winner, the Senior Girls Open in the Autumn Tournament at Arcade, and the Spring Tournament at Recckio’s.
The following coaching positions are available in the Ken-Ton school district for the fall of 2013: Kenmore East Cross country assistant, Kenmore East girls gymnastics assistant, Kenmore West girls gymnastics assistant, Franklin middle modified soccer, Hoover middle girls volleyball. The following positions are available in the winter of 2013-14: Kenmore West boys swimming assistant, Franklin middle boys modified basketball, Franklin middle wrestling and Kenmore middle boys modified basketball. Please visit http://mail.kenton.k12.ny.us/job_openings/Coaching%20Application.pdf
BASEBALL: Esportst.com is running two camps for boys 9-14 years old at New Era Park. The day camp runs July 15-18 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost is $150. The hitting camp runs July 8-10 from noon to 1 p.m. Cost is $45. Register at www.esportst.com or call 716-390-2034 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. … Evans youth baseball is seeking teams for its Annual Boys Tournament, July 19-21 at the EYB Complex. Teams are guaranteed three games and the cost is $325. There are openings in the 8-U, 10-U, 11-U and 13-U divisions. Contact Don Lockwood at (716) 479-1779 or Larks6981@hotmail.com.
BASKETBALL: Rust Belt will host a tournament for teams of fourth to seventh graders June 14-15 in Buffalo. The tournament guarantees four games. Cost is $275 per team. For information, contact Steve at 254-1021.
FITNESS: Esportst.com is running Fit & Fun sports camps for boys and girls 7 and older at New Era Park Blasdell from June 24 to 27, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. for $150 ($15 off each additional child). For information or to register, visit www.esportst.com, call 716-390-2034 or email email@example.com.
FOOTBALL: The Town of Tonawanda Association will hold registration Tuesday and June 18 from 6 to 8 p.m., and June 15 and 22 at Kenney Field in Tonawanda. Players must be 6-14 years old and the weight classes are 80, 100, 120 and 145 pounds. Cost is $125. For information call Dan at 510-9950 or Dean at 440-2225.
Open registration for Cheektowaga football and cheerleading is Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. at CLLAA Concession Stand, next to the Recreation Center in the Cheektowaga Town Park. Pee Wee ages 6-8, freshmen ages 9-10 and JV ages 11-12 can register. Bring a parent or guardian, a birth certificate copy, medical release and proof of Cheektowaga residency. Contact Frank Maurin (football) at 341-3913 or Michele Tatko (cheerleading) at 903-0379 or visit www.cheektowagathunderbirds.com. … Stingray AC Little Loop Football and Cheerleading will hold registration June 6-7 and 20-21, 6-7:30 p.m., at O’Kell Field. All boys and girls ages 6 to 14 are welcome. Contact 348-6323.
GOLF: St. Bonaventure University is hosting the 63rd Little 3 Alumni Tournament on June 17 at Westwood Country Club. Cost is $115 which includes 18 holes with a cart, use of the range, lunch, dinner and prizes. Dinner only is $40. Registration begins at 11 a.m. with a shotgun start at noon. Email Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RUNNING: The Love Everybody 5K walk/run will take place June 15 at Northwood Elementary School. The event is being held in memory of Devin Miller, a sixth grade student at Northwood and an avid runner who died in December 2012 after being struck by a car. Entry fee is $20 for the run, $15 for the walk and $10 for students 12 and under. Proceeds benefit the Northwood Elementary School, Kaden’s Kisses, and the Devin Miller Scholarship fund, which will assist graduating high school seniors who attended Northwood Elementary.
SOFTBALL: Esportst.com is running three camps at New Era Park for girls 9-14 years old. The day camp ($150) runs July 15-18 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost is $150. The hitting camp ($45) runs July 8-10, 1:30-2:30 p.m. The pitching camp ($45) runs July 8-10, noon-1 p.m. Register at www.esportst.com, call 716-390-2034 or email email@example.com.
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