Cummins with 490 points leads the Large Division, while Frewsburg Central School stands at 280 points for the Small Division, after the second day of the YMCA Battle of the Businesses on Sunday.
The GA Family Services at Lutheran team of Jordan Woleen, Dan Cotter, Chuck Lamb and Jasyn Consiglio won the men's golf in the large division with a score of 29 at the Maplehurst Country Club. Cummins and the Jamestown BPU took second and third place, respectively.
For the women's large division, Linda Cohen, Becky McClintock, Sonya Gustafson and Wendy Merchant of Cummins fired a 35 to top second-place finisher Southwestern Central School District. GA Family Services grabbed third place.
From left are SKF Aeroengine’s Ryan Colburn, Ron Holter, Brandon Miller, and John Williams, winners of the large division bowling competition at the Battle of the Businesses.
In the small division golf tournament, BWB, represented by Scott Reed, Tom Buffamante, Laurie Barrera and Jack Whipple shot a 30 to take first place. Panama Central School came in second while Moore & Myott, LLP & Allied Fire Protection took third place points.
The SKF Aeroengine men's bowling team repeated their previous three year first place run at the Jamestown Bowling Company. The winning foursome for the large division were Ryan Colburn, Ron Holter, Brandon Miller and John Williams who rolled a 2,590 three-game series.
Cummins (2,313) and Hope's Windows (2,280) bowled for second and third place, respectively.
Cummins - 490
GA Family Services at Lutheran - 400
Southwestern Central School District - 395
Jamestown Teachers Association - 380
SKF Aeroengine - 365
The Resource Center - 355
Jamestown BPU - 345
Truck-Lite Co., LLC - 345
Aspire of WNY - 305
TitanX Engine Cooling - 280
Hope's Windows - 250
Serta Mattress - 250
Blackstone Business Enterprises, Inc. - 225
Frewsburg Central School - 280
Anderson Precision, Inc. - 220
Moore & Myott, LLP & Allied Fire Protection - 220
Jamestown Bar Association/City Court - 215
Panama Central School - 215
Matco Tools - 210
BWB - 205
Jamestown Mattress - 205
The Jock Shop - 205
Rand & SKM - 183
Northwest Savings Bank - JMST - 150
Pepsi Beverages Company/Farm Fresh Foods - 140
Greater Chautauqua Federal Credit Union - 130
The Post-Journal - 115
Power Drives - 125
FCA Packaging- Jamestown - 103
Sue Bero, Jenifer Gastol, Stephanie Higbee and Lyn McIntyre of Cummins rolled a 2,054 final pin count for the large division women's win. The teams of Aspire of WNY (1,913) and Jamestown BPU (1,790) ended the afternoon in second and third place.
Anderson Precision posted a 2,374 series for the small division to earn the 100 points. Frewsburg Central School (2,220) and Jamestown Mattress (2,066) followed with the next winning points.
In pickle ball at the Lakewood YMCA, Cummins' Dave Calabrese and Calvin Chiffin netted first place in the large division competition. Southwestern's Sue Huther and Sean Swan-Leuze received second place honors while Hope's Windows seized third place.
For the small division, Frewsburg Teachers' Jamie Sposato and Bob Goold, partnered for the fourth year in a row to capture the first place victory over Panama Central School's Ed Nelson and Chris Payne. Jamestown Bar Association/City Court placed third.
The Battle of the Businesses continues today with the small division volleyball starting at 6 p.m. at the Jamestown and Lakewood YMCAs. The single elimination laser tag competition for the large division will start at 6 p.m. at The Gateway Center, 31 Water St., Jamestown.