Decker Excavating defeated Westfield State Farm, 21-19.

Lily Uebbing and Makenna Daikawa had strong hits to support the win while Lexi Beckerink, Lydia Covert and Brooke Long made great defensive plays.


Bemus Point Custom Cabinetry outlasted Barmore-Sellstrom, 14-11.

For Bemus, Taylor Bower connected for three hits and had three RBIs, Bailey Fain had two hits and scored three runs and Courtney Martin also had a pair of hits.

For Barmore-Sellstrom, Morgan Overturf and Lauren Grissom both produced two hits and scored twice and Madison Smith was the defensive standout.

Jamestown 1 and Neil’s Propane battled to a 16-16 tie.

For Jamestown, Lauren Tracy slammed a triple and a double and Brianna Hill also had a triple.

For Neil’s Propane, Natalie Odell came through with a grand slam homer and a double and Jessica Mistretta had three hits.

Amaya Lewczyk had a double and Ashley Pierce, Sarah Disbro and Ava Fenton all contributed on offense as the Four Seasons Nursery & Gardens got by Tops, 17-15.

The standouts for Frewsburg were Samantha Reale and Maddie Surrena.

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Carlton Homes defeated VFW 6533.

The players of the game for Carlton Homes were Korbin Chase and Sydney Thorpe with three hits each.

The players of the game for VFW 6533 were Sydney Hrizdzak and Lavani Johnson with three hits each.


Randolph’s Tier One Inspection outslugged Falconer’s Premier Finishing, 15-10.

The offensive players of the game for Tier One Inspection were Valerie Crouse, who scored four times, Madison Callahan crossed the plate three times and Darian Botzenmayer was selected as the defensive player of the game.

Premier Finishing was lead by pitcher Jordyn Sampson, Emmaleigh Pratt scored twice and Zoe Anderson was named the defensive player of the game.

Tri-James defeated Premier Finshing as Megan Seele cracked a triple and a single, Alexis Barron and Aleena Swanson each had two hits and Kate Gunnell was the defensive standout.

For Premier Finishing’s Alexa Wagner and Allison Mansfield had a pair of singles each and Payton Sheesley shined on defense.

Jamestown’s Peppy Dental edged Panache Salon & Day Spa, 8-7.

For the winners, Morgan Tracy produced a double and two singles and Mackenzie McWilliams doubled and singled with Brooke Soldano selected as the defensive standout.

Cassie Nickerson and Jade Derby were the offensive stars for Panache and Molly Gustafson earned defensive honors.

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Clark Patterson and Lee Architectural Firm defeated Neil’s Propane, 11-6.

Winning pitcher Lynne Nordin faced 16 batters and had 10 strikeouts in four innings. Offensive standouts were Meghann Nolan with three hits while Lynne Nordin, Madigan Howard, and Marisa Schuppenhauer had one hit each.

Elle Angeletti, Clair Heimburg, and Natalie Angeletti had one hit each for Neil’s Propane.

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Denny’s Plumbing and Clark Patterson Lee Architectural battled to a 7-7 tie.

Denny’s Plumbing offensive players of the game were Emily Bauer and Megan Snider. Olivia Anderson earned the defensive player of the game by only allowing two hits in four innings of pitching.

For Clark Patterson Lee Architectural, Addy Tanner pitched four innings and allowed three hits while helping out at the plate with two hits. Riley Caskey and Allison McCall also had two hits.

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Randolph Auto Supply defeated Frewsburger Pizza, 12-10.

The defensive player of the game for Randolph was starting pitcher Kaylee Marsh with five strikeouts and two putouts in three innings pitched. The offensive player of the game was Sara Peterson with three hits, an RBI and three runs scored.

The offensive player of the game for Frewsburger was Kiah Johnson with two hits and an RBI. The defensive player of the game for Frewsburger was starting pitcher Emily Zamborik with seven strikeouts.


D&S Glass downed Kiwanis, 12-6, as Tanner Erickson and Kristian Duffee each smacked three hits. Isiah Sanchez also had two hits.

Camden Blair and Hunter Shilling each connected for two hits for Kiwanis.


Nathan Hill and Caden Herman stroked two hits and Collins Maloney a double as Robert Basile Chevrolet edged JTA, 8-7.

Luke Kelsey had an important hit in the win.

Cole Simmons and Mike Sealier split four hits in defeat.