Youth Baseball, Softball


Joey Palermo drilled four hits with four RBIs as D&S Glass downed Lutheran Social Services, 15-5.

Jayman Jimerson and Chad Eddy contributed three hits for the winners.

Julio Ramos had two hits and Eian Cooley two runs in defeat.

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Marshall Tantillo and Michael Soto had multiple hits as Pizza Hut blanked Slone Melhuish, 8-0.

Payton Faulk and Carson Panebianco posted multiple hots for Slone Melhuish.

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Sean O’Brien had two doubles among his three hits, Aric Bloomquist, Ethan Knight and Josh Marra two hits and Jayden Garcia had his first hit ever as Artone outlasted Kiwanis, 13-8.

Marra was the defensive standout at first base for Artone.

For Kiwanis, Jesus Sanchez doubled and singled, Antonie Rodriguez, Nate Ribbing and Nayla Torres singled twice. Elsa Lamia was the standout defensively.

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Trey Drake delivered four hits with a double and four runs scored, O’Brien drove in three runs with four hits with one being a double when Artone’s prevailed over Pizza Hut, 14-11.

Also with four hits was Bloomquist with two RBIs while Jayden Elifritz, Christian DeJesus and Patrick Spencer had three hits for the winners. Spencer excelled defensively at first base.

Soto was the defensive standout for Pizza Hut. Marshall Tantillo pounded out three hits with a double and scored two runs, Victor Smith knocked in three runs with three hits, Austin Smith three hits, Ian Shoobridge and Keith Miller three hits in vain.


Nolan Brink hit two doubles among his three hits and Josh Spontaneo also added three hits with a double as Carroll Rod & Gun Club defeated A+ Heating, 14-9.

Brink was the winning pitcher and combined with Traden Gray on nine strikeouts.

Tyler Marchincin and Ty Rosengren smacked doubles for the winners.

Mark Mammoser stroked two hits with a triple, Nick Marsh two hits with a double, Dan Mammoser a triple, Conner Rodgers and Aiden Cardone singles in the setback


Nathan Abbey tripled twice and doubled while pitching the final inning as Bloomquist Landscaping dropped the Moose Lodge, 11-3.

Ben Schrader got the win, fanning 10 and walking two while permitting seven hits in five innings.

Ryan Stimson pounded out two hits, Schrader and Ben Bloomquist triples, Tyler Olson and Chris Bollman doubles as Bloomquist showed extra-base power.

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Ideal Coatings cruised to an 18-3 win over VanRensselaer Funeral Home.

For the winners, Hudson Johnson, Trenton Colburn and Jordan Dustin all connected for two hits and Tom Lecceadone had a double.


Aiden Weyrick did a fine job fielding and Tyler Pappaserge had a hit when Roger Luvison and Son tied the Cubs.

Cole Bloomquist and Cameron Herman belted out hits for the Cubs.


Decker’s Excavating defeated Rand Machine, 14-9.

Lydia Covert and Reece Beaver consistently had solid hits while Katie Lowe, Erin Keppel and Makenna Daikawa worked hard defensively.

Frewsburg’s Lucy Spantaneo had three hits including a double. Emma Schrecengost was the top defensive player.

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TMN Global defeated Landmark’s, 15-7.

Addison Schrader and Emily Swan led the offense for TMN Global scoring two runs each. The defensive player of the game for TMN Global was Emily Payne.

Landmark’s defensive standout was catcher Abigail Pitts and the offensive players of the game were Amelia Elliot and Reagan Lewis.


Carlton Homes defeated Four Seasons Nursery, 11-10.

The players of the game for Carlton Homes were Madison Donato and Olivia Heslink with three hits each.

Players of the game for Falconer were Nicole Youngberg and Sarah Disbro, each with three hits.

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Neil’s Propane defeated Barmore Sellstrom, 17-13.

Jessica Mistretta had two hits and Morgan McLaughlin added another to help in the win.

Madison Crist and Lauren Grisson each had singles for Barmore Sellstrom.


Denny’s Plumbing defeated Premier Finishing, 11-4.

Leading the way offensively for Denny’s Plumbing were Olivia Anderson with five hits including a triple and a double, Kendra Keyser had two doubles and two singles, Katie Fardink chipped in with three singles a double, Tabatha Majewski had four hits and Hannah Weise added three.

The offensive players of the game for Premier Finishing were Payton Sheesley and Lizzie Wallace.