After the six final events Saturday, Cummins (1,635 points) and Frewsburg Central School (1,244 points) finished the YMCA Battle of the Businesses with top honors in each of their respective divisions.
Cummins was under the direction of team captain Craig Merchant while Jamie Sposato led Frewsburg to victory on Saturday.
The overall male and female winner in the 2 mile run/walk event was Cummins' Travis Prejean (9:49.0) and Karrie Loomis (14:32.7). BWB's Justin Isman (11:38.5) and Karen Fuller (14:39.1) represented the Small Division.
Crossing the finish line second for the Large Division was The Resource Center followed by the Jamestown Teachers Association. Small Division competitor Jamestown Bar Association/Court was second and Matco Tools third.
In the Large Division bean bag toss, Southwestern Central School District was first with100 points. SKF Aeroengine was second and Hope's Windows third.
Small Division winner was Anderson Precision with JBA/City Court second and Panama Central School was third.
Truck-Lite's Doug Sanders and William Thomas canoed while Aaron Olmstead kayaked to win the Large Division paddling event in 9:24.91 JTA came in second followed by SKF Aeroengine.
In the Small Division water event, team captain Mike Potter, Al Harding and Dave Archer of Anderson Precision had the fastest with a time of 9:38.83 to beat Frewsburg and JBA/City Court.
Blackstone Business Enterprises, Inc. won the Sur"Y"vor Challenge IV in the fastest time of 5:38.57 as the Large Division competitor participated in a blindfold find, group connected run, puzzle, egg toss, buddy board walk, frisbee throw, obstacle course completion and a slip and slide.
GA Family Services at Lutheran was second and SWCS third.
Jamie Sposato, Jon Blanchard, Matt Moor and Carrie Yost added to the Frewsburg score as they ended in first with a time of 5:10.67 for the Small Division challenge.
The Post-Journal and Northwest Savings Bank Jamestown Division were second and third.
Serta Mattress' Chris Emke and Mike Gonzales paired up to score a total of 137 points in the new sharp shooting event which includes archery and pistol shooting for the Large Division. Hope's and SWCS followed in second and third place.
The Post-Journal represented the Small Division with 118 points scored by Judd Canson and Randy Goodwill followed by JBA and Rand.
The second annual bonus event of karaoke was handled by Felony Entertainment. Aspire of WNY captured the 50 extra points for the Large Division with its rendition of "God Bless the USA." The Small Division points went to Matco Tools as their plant manager, Tony Hren, donned a cheerleading outfit to sing "Mickey."
Any interested companies that would like more information about the YMCA Battle of the Businesses in 2013 should contact Tom Anderson, Battle Director, at 763-0303 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jamestown Teachers Association1,470
GA Family Services at Lutheran1,388
Southwestern Central School District1,385
Aspire of WNY1,210
The Resource Center1,195
Truck-Lite Co., LLC1,183
TitanX Engine Cooling1,025
Blackstone Business Enterprises, Inc. 987
Frewsburg Central School1,244
Jamestown Bar Association/City Court1,155
Pepsi Beverages Co.-Farm Fresh Foods 1,118
Panama Central School1,078
Moore & Myott LLP-Allied Fire Protection1,025
Northwest Savings Bank Jamestown Div. 1,016
Rand & SKM 923
The Jock Shop 823
FCA Packaging 693
Power Drives 690
Greater Chautauqua Federal Credit Union 636