Baseball, Softball


Just Fur Fun defeated Landmark, 15-5.

The defensive player of the game for Landmark was Kameron Luce with Jacklynn Flood the offensive player.

Just Fur Fun was led by Kendall Steward with four hits and Chloe with three hits. The defensive player of the game was Tyra Clark with several key plays at first base.

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Tops defeated TMN Global, 16-7

The offensive players of game for Tops was Marley Drake and Allison Ramsey was the defensive player of the game.

The offensive player of the game for TMN Global was Reese Johnson and Kamryn Harper and Sarah Harvey starred on defense.

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Rand Machine Products topped Landmark, 15-7.

Offensive player of the game for Rand Machine was Lucy Spontaneo, who was 3-for-3 and scored. The defensive player of the game was Kaidyn Lundgren.

For Landmark, the defensive player of the game was Jacklynn Flood and the offensive players of the game were Madison Finch and Reagan Lewis.

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Rudy’z Pizza defeated Just Fur Fun, 10-6.

Leading the way offensively for Rudy’z Pizza was Ava Palmquist and Braelyn Stelmack while Maddison Clement was named defensive player of the game.

Just Fur Fun was lead by Alanna Slugga and Sadie Steward offensively while Allison Burdick was named defensive player of the game.

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In a tie game, the Southwestern Troopers were led on defense by Ella White and Grace Alexander while Avery Casselman and Emma Malmstrom Jouannet had singles.

For Lictus Oil & Propane, Elizabeth Lindsey earned defensive player of the game. Mandy Brink, Lilly Odell & Kylie Morgan all had four hits while Corinne Hovey and Jada Silcott had three.


Denny’s Plumbing defeated Randolph Auto Supply, 16-10.

Leading the way for Denny’s Plumbing were Katie Fardink with four hits, including a double and Grace Bukowski with four hits. Chadelynn Johnson had three hits including a triple, Emily Phelps had three singles and Kendra Keyser had a double and a triple.

Nikole Lockwood and Neila Hand were chosen as the Offensive standouts and Loganne Bushey made several good plays at second base to earn the defensive standout for Randolph Auto Supply.

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Panache Salon and Day Spa defeated Tier One Inspection of Randolph, 18-12.

Players of the game for Randolph were McKena Adams, Kira Lewis and Katrina Mendez.

Dani Greene of Tier One Inspection was named offensive player of the game for her home run and Thea Keppel was the outstanding defensive player.

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Clark Patterson and Lee Architectural Firm defeated Hiller Tire, 16-10.

Bemus Point pitcher Lynne Nordin had ten strike outs in four innings. offensive standouts were Meghann Nolan, Elise Swanson, Marisa Schuppenhauer, and Kelsey Tarbrake with two hits each. Kaylee McCall had a triple and Lynne Nordin had a double.

Hiller Tier offensive standouts were Brianna Larson and Amanda Mead.

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Four Season Nursery defeated Davidson’s Restaurant, 13-8.

Ashley Pierce was the winning pitcher with six strike outs Sarah Disbro was 4-for-4 with a triple and Amaya Lewczyk had four singles. For Davidson’s Ashton Beckerink and Corrinne Covert each had two hits.


Southern Chautauqua FCU edged out Tops.

Leading the winners were Serena Camarata with four hits, including a triple, and Abigail Mansfield with the sharp glove on defense.

Tops’ offensive player of the game was Gracie Quinones and Samantha Reale played awesome defense.

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Davidson’s topped VFW 6533.

Hanna Swan-Leuze’s led the winners’ pitching and the offense for Southwestern was provided with doubles by Clara Todd and Hannah Johnson and a triple from Sofia Genareo.

The offense for VFW 6533 was provided by Allison Hauck and Hailey Darcy with two hits each.


Game Time Sports Bar & Grill defeated Clymer, 17-14.

Winning pitcher Jake Emlee also led the way at the play with four hits, including a double, while teammates Jay Bussman (home run, triple, double), Dan Hallberg (home run), Levi Whippo and Nate Peterson each had three hits and Amy Carmen, Sami Whippo and Stephanie Bussman delivered two apiece.

For Clymer, I. King had four hits, and C. Burns (double), A. Kuzmicki and Billy Burk finished with three each.


The Affinity One Blue Jays toppled the Dunkin Donuts Astros, 11-8.

Elijah Kester led the way with three hits, including a double and a triple; Taylor Frankiewicz added three hits, including a double; Zachary Breeding had two hits with a double and Raylynn Digirolamo connected for a double with two RBIs in the victory.

For the Astros, Jvyn Matve (double, triple) and Ben Oswalt (double) each had three hits while teammate Chad Sandberg slammed a double and a single.


The Barton Tool Yankees defeated the Hiller Tire Rockies, 15-6.

Jackson Roth was the winning pitcher while also having four hits, including a home run. Anthony Migliore chipped in with two singles and Jarrett Vincent added three singles.

Dakota Giambelluca had a single and scored a run and Devin Austin had two singles in defeat.


Bloomquist Landscaping defeated Van Rensela Funeral Home, 14-4

Ryan Stimson three singles for the winners while Ben Schraeder had two singles and a triple, Tyler Olson had two singles and a double, and Nick Saeger picked up a double.


Jordan Berry and C. J. Ramsey connected for three hits as D & S Glass stopped True Value, 6-3.

Alex Latone had two RBIs for D & S Glass.

John Torres and Michael Boron were the top hitters for True Value with three hits each.



Professional Finishing compiled a 4-2 record and wound second in the season-opening tournament.

Jon Youngberg, Jake Berg, Sam Marra and Mike Smith all had three hits with Youngberg having two home runs, Berg a grand slam home run and Marra a home run as Professional Finishing got off to a good start by defeating Lena’s Pizza, 26-6.

Tom Lombardo also slugged a grand slam for the winners.

Smith clubbed three hits, one a home run, in an 18-1 rout of United Steel.

Lombardo had two homers among his three hits, Smith also homered among his three hits as PF drubbed the Latino’s, 21-8.

Jason Youngberg smashed two homers and Joe Lombardo one in the win.

Next was a 16-14 loss to the Jock Shop with Smith having three hits with a homer and Jason Youngberg two doubles.

Professional Finishing was back on the winning beam with a 13-7 win over B&M Electric.

Marra had three hits, Joe Lombardo and Berg two in the win.

The championship game saw Jock Shop ripping PF, 30-14, as Jason Youngberg,Jon Youngberg and Smith had three hits with Jason Youngberg homering in the loss.

Travis Dickerson stroked two doubles and Tom Lombardo a homer for PF.


Chris Beardsley swiped home and Peyton Olson delivered a timely hit as Lena’s edged Lewis & Lewis, 7-6.

Jayden Schultz led Lewis & Lewis in defeat.


The Mets battled to a 24-24 tie with the Rangers.

Abigail Brandow and Carter Harper led the Mets while Gabriella Armeli and Kasan McGaughy led the Rangers.


Ethyn Gilbert, Hunter Edwards, Evan Newman and Caleb Edwards had three hits apiece during Truck-Lite’s 7-2 victory over Spony’s Auto.

For Spony’s Auto, Brayden Scott had three hits, including a double, and Andrew Johnson was the player of the game.