Youth Baseball, Softball Roundup


Sean O’Brien went 5-for-5 with three RBIs, Mason Chapman (two doubles), Patrick Spencer (two RBIs) and Ethan Haight each went 4-for-4 with three runs scored and Artone toppled LSS, 9-1.

Trey Drake was the defensive standout for the victors.

Karson Bloom and Kyle Betker had two hits and Dylan Rossey, Lucas Beebe and Nolan Gunnell one in defeat.

Eian Cooley and Julio Ramos were the top defensive players for LSS.


The Affinty One Blue Jays defeated the Yankees, 12-8.

Katie Starks (double) and Conner Murray (triple) had three hits apiece, while Ryan Samuelson (two RBIs) and Jimmy Nixon chipped in with two hits each for the winners.

For the Yankees, Joshua Donisi and Charles Apperson both connected for three hits, including a double. Gauge Rounds and Ethan Russell added two hits each.



Thanks to two runs apiece from Isaiah Sanchez and Julian McGaughy, D&S Glass edged Pizza Hut, 7-6.

Ian Shoobridge was 2-for-3 and teammate Jessie Shultz 1-for-3 for Pizza Hut.



Unbeaten Robert Basil Chevrolet defeated JT/Lobb, 19-6.

Tyler Swegles (home run) had four hits, Elijah Rojas three, and Joshua Martin and Nathan Hill added two hits apiece for the winners.

Andrew Johnson and Calvin Ricker each had a hit for JT/Lobb.



Anthony Gullo’s big day at the plate sparked Veterans of Modern Warfare past Lena’s Pizza, 11-5.

Gullo smacked a pair of singles and a double in his three at-bats, while teammates Adam Kindberg, Isaah Rojas and Shaeem Freeney each added hits.

For Lena’s, Josh Zielinski delivered a triple and Gavin Bowen and Hunter Beardsley added hits.


Tyler Marchincin fanned seven over the final three innings of play to help Carroll Rod & Gun top the Frewsburger, 20-19.

In all, five different players had singles and Marchincin crossed home plate four times for the winners.

Ryan Schrecengost had a similarly strong outing in defeat, fanning seven, while at the plate smacking a trio of singles and scoring four times.

Along with Schrecengost, Bryce Gibbons had four hits, including a double, with two RBIs; Kaleb Bender had three hits with a double and four RBIs; and Braden Coleson, Aaron Hair, Caleb Carr and Emmett Carlson had two hits apiece.



Tops defeated the Southwestern Troopers, 11-5.

For Tops, which improved to 5-0 overall, Jillian Rea and Rheese Maggio were both 4-for-4.

Ella White and Grace Alexander were the top defensive players in defeat, and offensive players of the game were Heidi Swan Leuze and Lily Cobb, who each had hits.

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Lynn Development Group beat Landmark Chevrolet, 9-2, thanks to the performances of top offensive players Kayla Lynn and Tyler Welch, and top defensive player Katelyn Hagstrom.

For Landmark Chevrolet, the offensive players of the game were Kyra Pence and Riley Palmer and the defensive standout was Raegan Lewis.

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Mandy Brink and Lilly Odell were the defensive players of the game, Kylie Range had four hits and Aysia Reed two as Lictus Oil & Propane got by TMN Global, 21-14.

Leeya Riley had three hits and Brynn Zaranek two in defeat. Teammate Jocelyn Becker earned defensive player of the game.

In another game, Lictus Oil & Propane outlasted the Jamestown Rookies, 19-17.

Elizabeth Lindsey was selected defensive player of the game while Brink hit a double and Emma Lindsey and Lilly Devine contributed a pair of hits apiece in the win.

For the Jamestown Rookies, Allison McNally earned defensive player of the game. Morgan Torray and Milana D’angelo had four hits and Skylynn Tomlinson added five hits.

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Rand Machine bested Pizza Hut, 15-6.

Teghan Trocki and Taytum Jimerson were offensive players of the game for the winners while the defensive standout was Lucy Spontaneo.

Samantha Bresson earned defensive honors for Pizza Hut and teammates Olivia Kubera and Allison McNally were the offensive leaders.


Abrianna McCarthy had three hits with four runs scored, Alex Rivera went 3-for-4 with a double and Southern Chautauqua FCU defeated VFW 6533.

Cassie Mosher threw out a would-be base stealer at third to earn defensive player of the game honors for the winners.

Harper Smith and Paige Blancaflor scored twice in defeat.

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Davidson’s improved its record to 3-1 thanks to an eight-run sixth inning, which helped the squad clinch a come-from-behind victory over Barmore Sellstrom, 13-12.

Gianna Hoose led the way for the winners with two hits, including a double, during the pivotal sixth frame, and Hanna Johnson added two hits as well.

The offensive standout for Barmore Sellstrom were Lauren Grissom, who ripped three hits, and Jaylyn Fred, who contributed on defense.


Bloomquist Landscaping defeated Ideal Coatings, 17-5.

Ben Schrader (two doubles) led the way with four hits, Brock Johnson had three, and Nathan Abbey, Tyler Olson (double), Ben Bloomquist, Alex Lillie two hits and Zack Gifford all had two hits.

Jordan Dustin had two hits and Tom Lecceadone added a double for Ideal Coatings.