Youth Baseball, Softball


Josh Brown slammed a two-run homer to lift Veterans of Foreign Wars to a 6-3 win over Louis & Louis.

Also for the winners, Adam Kindberg and Anthony Gullo contributed doubles.

Bryce Jackson doubled for Louis & Louis.


Falconer Stuart Tool & Die defeated Southwestern Area Sports, 8-2.

Timmy Wright (double, triple) had three hits, and Cameron DellValle and Jarod Anderson both had a double in support of the combined three-hit pitching of Johnny Samuelson and Duel Card.

Tony Frangione, A.J. Smith and Cam Minarovich each had single for Southwestern Area Sports.


Bobby Samuelson struck out 12 and helped his own cause with a triple and double to spark A.J. Genco to an 8-6 victory over Lions.

Kaden Bianco (triple) and Dakota Martin each had three hits, while Dave Allen and Reed Cheney added two hits apiece for the winners.

Cody Dallas paced Lions with three hits, Silas Rivera (double) and Matt Dallas both had two hits, and Bryce Baglia smacked a triple.


Joshua Martin went a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate while teammate Tyler Swegles was 2-for-3 when Robert Basil Chevrolet defeated Cusimano Brothers, 9-4.

Haili Herb and Brandon Constantino each hit a double in defeat.


Elijah Kester belted out three hits with a double as the Affinity Blue Jays downed the Rockies, 12-3.

Jonah Tonkin, Caleb Kindberg and Taylor Frankiewicz added two hits in the win.

Jordan Lopez connected for a two-run home run and Rockies teammates Cayla Swartz and Jasmine Kibler had two hits.


Carter Sisson was the hero with a game-winning three-run home run as the Gerry Jammers overcame a 4-1 deficit with an 8-4 win over the Sinclairville Rangers.

Sisson had two hits, Kolton Gibbons a solo home run and Landon Mower an RBI triple for the Jammers.

Pitching-wise, Gibbons, Mower and Sisson fanned 11 and allowed only two hits in the victory.


Mitch Lee and Gavin Smith had two hits with Lee hitting a solo home run as Magnum-Grafix blanked Stormer’s Mechanical, 5-0.

Skyler Bjork also had two hits with a double in the win.

Landon Stormer singled and Sawyer Lynn was the defensive standout for Stormer’s.


Jake Swanson fanned seven and Curtis Heannon two to earn the save as the Barton Tool Yankees prevailed over the Southern Tier Family Dental Mariners, 8-5, Monday night.

Jackson Roth slugged a home run and Devin Dabic cracked a two-run single for the winners.

Ryan Hallett had two hits and Kadan Myers tripled in vain.


The Southwestern Gladiatiors have a 1-1 record in the Southtowns Travel League by first edging the Evans Eagles, 13-12, and losing to Lockport, 14-9.

Jack Yost had two hits and two RBIs, Spencer Kane a hit and run scored, Trenton Shutters a hit and a run scored and Dominic Vavala three walks and three run scored in the win over Evans.

Defensively, Kane excelled with a catch in right field.

Ethan McNamara, Jed Hirliman, Aidan Kennedy and Yost combined for nine strikeouts with Kennedy and Yost having three each for Southwestern.

Ryan Schrecengost had three hits and scored twice in the defeat at Harley Field in Lockport.

Kennedy blanked Lockport in the third and fourth innings and catcher Jason Doughty threw out a man attempting to steal with Yost making the tag.

The Gladiators play Hamburg at 6 p.m on Saturday at LaGrega Field in Lakewood.


Collin Mower drilled a three-run over the fence and added a triple to spark the Gerry Jammers to a 16-9 victory over CCB of Bemus.

Collin Barmore smacked two triples and a double, Matt Butcher (double) added three hits, and Connor Crabtree (triple), Matt Lessinger and Kain Johnson (double) all had two hits for the winners.

Gowan had a double for CCB.


Tops defeated Westfield State Farm, 26-15.

For Tops, Kylie O’Brien and Marley Drake went 5-for-5 and both scored five runs. Allison Ramsey and Emma Krzanak also went 5-for-5.

For Westfield State Farm, Ellie Haines was the offensive player of the game and Eliza Dawes was the defensive player of the game.

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The Southwestern Troopers narrowly defeated Rudyz Pizza.

Amerasia Miller helped close the game by fielding two outs to first base and Avery Casselman had a tag at second base. Offensive stars included Lily Cobb and Emma Malmstron Jouannett.

The Rudyz Pizza defense was led by Kaylee Johnson, who made a clutch out at home, and Zeva Constable, who rallied her team with a base hit.


Tri-James beat Panache Salon and Day Spa, 15-5, as Kaitlyn Lachner had four hits, including a double; Megan Seeley and Kate Gunnell each had three hits with a double; and Aleena Swanson was the defensive standout.

For the winners, Brianna Parker was the offensive standout and Molly Gustafson shined on defense.

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Tier One Inspection edged Hiller Tire, 10-8.

The players of the game for Tier One were Savannah Frey and Haley Romanowsky, who displayed great fielding, and Madison Callahan for her hitting.

For Hiller Tire, Sadie Duvall was outstanding in the field and Amanda Mead had the only double of the game.

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The Jock Shop defeated Frewsburger Pizza, 29-19.

For Jock Shop, Kaitlyn Duffee was offensive player of game and Felicia Johnson the defensive player.

For Frewsburger Pizza, Emily was offensive player of game and Bly was defensive player of game.

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Neil’s Propane outlasted Denny’s Plumbing, 13-12.

The standout players for Neil’s Propane included Lauren Barmore, who hit a double, Emily Kuschel, who delivered a pair of singles, and Elizabeth Comstock, who hit a single. The defensive players for the winners were Abbie Lisciandro and Alexys Marsh.

The standout players for Denny’s Plumbing were Katie Fardink and Olivia Anderson. Both connected for two hits with a double. Chadelynn Johnson chipped in with three hits, including a triple, and the defensive standout was Jenna Briggs.