After Wednesday's predicted mile race, 800 medley relay and pool tournament, large division competitor Cummins remains the leader in the YMCA's Battle of the Businesses with 815 points while Frewsburg Central School is the top small division competitor with 760 points.
The Jock Shop & CSI won the 800 medley relay title at the Falconer Central School track with a time of 1:51.60.
The runners for the team were Derrick Harper, Ivan Lopez, Todd McGraw and Kevin Walbesser.
Dan Hallberg, left, and Chris Yost of Frewsburg Central School ran the tables, ending up with 100 points for the small division pool tournament.
This is the Jock Shop &?CSI?team, which captured the small division 800 medley relay on Wednesday. From the left are Derrick Harper, Ivan Lopez, Kevin Walbesser and Todd McGraw.
This is the Jamestown Mattress team, which captured the small division predicted mile walk. From the left are Jason Buccola, Aaron Pullan, Dustin Dudenhoeffer and Greg Saeger.
Other winners for the 800 medley were second-place finisher BWB (1:54.20) and third-place point-getter Frewsburg Central School (1:58.30) for the small division.
For the large division medley race, Cummins (1:47) took first again this year, Falconer Central School finished second (1:49.10) while Truck-Lite Co., LLC (1:57.80) managed third place.
The Cummins teammates, sporting blue, were repeat winners Charley Bonta, Darren Cummings, Travis Prejean, and Shawn Wilson.
For the predicted mile walk in the small division, the Jamestown Mattress team of Jason Buccola, Dustin Dudenhoeffer, Aaron Pullan and Greg Saeger predicted a time of 18:00 and walked 17:57 to capture the win.
Second- and third-place spots went to Jamestown Bar Association/City Court and Libera, respectively.
In the large division predicted race, the finish order was Truck-Lite Co., LLC first with teammates Wanda Cooper, Vicki Kanouff, Tammy McKinsey, and Greg Pond. SKF Aeroengine (16:50) finished second followed by GA Family Services at Lutheran (13:21).
Partners Dan Hallberg and Chris Yost of Frewsburg Central School ran the tables at The Q, ending up with the 100 points for the small division pool tournament. Strong competitors Charles Legg and Badit Montilla of Matco Tools took second place.
Doug Lindgren and Joe Shields of Jamestown Mattress claimed third place.
The Battle of the Businesses events today include the large division pool competition at The Q at 6 p.m., and the team dodge ball game at the Lakewood YMCA with the Small Division at 6 p.m. and the Large Division at 8 p.m.
Team scores and schedules can be viewed at www.jamestownymca.org.
Jamestown Teachers Association765
Jamestown BPU 745
WCA Hospital 740
SKF Aeroengine 735
Falconer Central School 730
Hope's Windows 730
Southwestern Central School District 670
Truck-Lite Co., LLC 660
Chautauqua County Government 620
Cassadaga Job Corps Academy 555
GA Family Services at Lutheran 530
TitanX Engine Cooling 520
Frewsburg Central School760
Jamestown Mattress 740
The Jock Shop & CSI 735
Matco Tools 710
Rand & SKM 635
Panama Central School 580
Hanson Sign Companies 575
Jamestown Bar Association & City Court 565
Libera, Inc. 553
Allied Fire Protection & Joo-Dee TV 500
Moore & Myott, LLP & Trinity Biotech 500
Greater Chautauqua Federal Credit Union 430
Northwest Savings Bank Jmst Division 390
The Post-Journal 380