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Arcade herald. (Arcade, N.Y.) 1981-current, May 29, 1986, Image 11

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Holland closes in on playoffs in ECIC III soccer action ARCADE HERALD, THURSDAY. MAY 29, 1986 11 News from the Boys and Girls Club of Holland by Mike Tanner Holland won two out of three KCIC III soccer games last week, including a showdown for second place The top two ECIC III teams will advance to the ECIC soccer playoffs, starting June '.i Holland defeated Depew in a contest t o break a tie for second On Monday. Holland skunked JFK, :U) Liz Perlino scored two goals, unassisted Ijsa Videtti also tallied an unassisted goal The Dutchesses led 1-0 at halftime and pulled away from the Bears Holland outshot JKK, 28-1 Goalie Jenny Kosinski saved the lone Bear shot t o earn her sixth shutout of the season Holland lost to league leader Clarence on Wednesday, 5-2. on the Red Devils' field Clarence is unbeaten in leugue play Clarence outshot Holland. l.\> ID Kelly Smith scored unassisted to pull within 2 1 in the first period, hut the Red Devils pulled out to a 1 1 halftime lead Mary Banlec scored the I lutchesses' second goal also unassisted ON THURSDAY. Holland edged visiting Depew, 15 -2, to break a tie for second with the Wildcats Depew scored in the first period and led 1-0 at halftime Holland banged in three goals in 10 minutes to take the lead The Wildcats pulled within one midway in the final period, but Holland absorbed the rally Shannon Krion scored all three Holland goals, off assists from Cheryl Conrad Smith and I'erhno Holland outshot Depew. 2-1 T>, as Rosinski saved three shots In the final quarter. Holland outshot Depew -I l.but the Wildcats' lone shot scored Coach Russ Wiseman said the home advantage helped Holland and that Depew could not pressure the Dutchesses Holland is 7 2 1 in KCIC III and 10 4 2 overall Depew is in third at n-.i 1 Depew has Clarence the leaders and Lackawanna left on the sthedule Holland traveled to W I 11 1 amsv I 11 e South on Wednesday and is a't East Aurora on ITK 1; I\ (losing the regular season Rain delays baseball schedule by Mike Tanner Rain washed out Pioneer and Holland's ECICbaseball games la.st week, forcing consolidated makeups this week Holland Oil in ECIC IV hosted Cleveland Hill on Tuesday in a league contest '1 his game concluded the Dutchmen's 198(i season Pioneer has three games in three das s and a possible fourth in a douhleheader if the Panthers win and qualif> for a sectional playoff berth Pioneer hosted Iroquois on Tuesdav and, Clarence on Wednesday The Panthers are at Depew on Thursday and ma\ have to play a second game on Depew s field that dav in a sectional pre quarterfinal Pioneer is fi ,i in ECU' III BFlN^tfie ACTION HOME./ Demonstration Sites Wanted for Satellite Dish Antenna Systems !! Enjoy the best in home entertainment & receive o\er 100 channels of TV vanet\ — right on vour own television set — NO CABLE NEEDED \ F YOUR SITE QUALIFIES CASH DISCOUNTS ALLOWED I! Call 1-800-248-0448 complete Factory Service Buffalo-Bated Co. Satisfied customers \I like that bank!\ We hear it every day from satisfied customers. Ask around. Steps to Financial Security PJ |p: BANK OF HOLLAND MEMBER FEDERAL OEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION HOLLAND NEW YORK 537-2264 \Your Locally Owned and Operated Independent Bank\ Open Friday Evenings 5 to 7 P.M In senior four-man basketball action, the Blue Celtics beat the Nerfs, 51-45 Drew Franczak was overall hiph scorer with 16 points. In junior four-man action, Ace Kopinski scored 14 points to pace the Wildcats to a 36-23 victory over the Bulls Pat O'Connor pumped in 17 points to lead the Celtics. 35-27, over the Bulls In racquetball, Rich Potts leads the junior division with 11 wins and one loss Walter Davis leads the senior division at 4-0 The club will hold its fourth annual Beach Party dance on June 13 for hiijh schoolers There will be prizes for the best beach attire The dance will run from 9 till midnight, with normal admission beinR charged Blue Devils top PCS in soccer by Mike Tanner Host East Aurora defeated Pioneer. 1 I in an ECIC non league soccer name on Wednesda> The Blue Devils raced to a 1-0 halftime lead, and after a scoreless third quarter Pioneer closed within one East Aurora then added an insurance noal Sarah Everett scored unassisted and Trac \ Bishoff tallied assisted by Tracy Sillaway to lead the Panthers The Blue Devils outshot Pioneer 1H 12 with goalie KelK Watson saving 11 shots Pioneer is VM On Wednes day Pioneer hosted Marvvale to finish the I'lXfi season The club's annual awards will list the major awa r d presentation was held this winners Tuesday. Next week's Herald mm \Our Youth . . . A Positive Force In Our Community\ Do you know someone unde r the age o f 21 who works diliRently to benefit his her community Do you kno w someone unde r the age o f i\ that offer s an outstandinc servic e to hi s 'he r community 1 Do yo u know someone who exhibits leadershi p potentia l ind concern for his her fellow citizens '' Do you know a youth worthy of receiving the OUTSTANDING YOUTH SERVICE AWARD? The Wyoming County Youth Bureau is accepting nominations fur the Outstanding Youth Service Award In nominating u person for this award they shoul d not necessaril y be tha t person who easily comes to mind and often receive s recognitio n hut the person who works and challenges hi s her own abilit y Recognition of our youth is lon g overdue in Wyoming ( ounty and we usk tha t vnu look beyond thos e tha t ar e often recognized and view thos e who offer an outstanding servic e tha t benefit s his communiK in some form The deadline for the applications is Monday, .tune 30 and the y can be picked up at the Wyoming County Yout h Burea u 2b I .i n wood Avenue Suite I Warsa w New York or rail th e Yout h Bureau .it 78B-2191 for more information The award will h e presented during our secun u fountv Wid e Youth Ha y ••Jl'ST A KKMINDKK Nominations MAY NOT be accepted from_relative.s Complete line of Maytag & Hardwick Appliances - FURNACES - LP GAS for Domestic, Industrial & Agricultural Use PETROLANE GAS SERVICE Delevan 496-5302, 492-1550 P4 N » 1 \ BR % SINCE mo- Super Duper * ARCADE NT* Come see the windows more builders prefer over Andersen £ MALTA FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION OR REPLACEMENT PATIO DOOR MULTIPLE CHOICE The IHomewood Swinging Door • Quality construction ill wood swinger • EUsy to Install • Includes screen. 6 tt. fi <*\° r 57,6 79 $465.91 NET THERMWOOD I • Warmth and beauty ol Ponderosa Pine wood • The natural alternative to aluminum doors • 6 ft, includes screen Regular S692 10 '$449.87 NET INSULATED VINYL CLAD WOOD WINDOWS • Easy maintenance Vinyl Exterior natural wood interior • Energy Saving Features including double—not single—weatherslripping • Easy to-Clean—Plus, all the leatures homeowners want • Easy installation • Compare—a specially good value A'p\ • Unique vinyl dad wood • Warmth ol natural wood Inside • Maintenance free exterior • White. 6 ft. 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