Youth Baseball, Softball

JAMESTOWN RIPKEN MINORS

Cusimano Collision defeated the Lions Club with Jonathan Gomez and Nolan Scoma starring on defense and Hunter Hamilton was the offensive leader.

For the Lions Club, Mason Tomczak, Matt Sanfilippo and Sal Colletti combined for a triple play.

Riley Piazza collected four hits, including a double, as Piazza’s Carpet One topped JT/Lobb.

Evan Anderson added three hits and Kyle Dean had two hits for the winners.

For JT/Lobb, Andrew Johnson doubled.

JAMESTOWN BR ROOKIES

Victor Smith and Mason McVinny were the hitting leaders for Pizza Hut in an 8-0 shutout over the Kiwanis.

Tage Vasquez and Chloe VanEvery had multiple hits for the Kiwanis.

FALCONER MINORS

The Barton Tool Yankees rolled to a 17-1 win over the Southside Redemption Cardinals.

For the Yankees, Jake Swanson slammed three hits with a home run, Curtis Hannon produced a double and a single and Jackson Roth added a double and two singles.

Drake DiDomenico and Carson Olson both doubled for the Cardinals.

SO. TIER BR SOFTBALL ROOKIES

Rudy’z Pizza defeated Decker’s Excavating, 13-11.

Leading Rudy’z Pizza were Jacey Cappa and Elise Sposato while Samantha Walrod was named defensive player of the game.

Decker’s Excavating was lead by Brooke Long and Peyton Lillie offensively while Lydia Covert and Lexi Beckerink were named defensive players of the game.

SO. TIER BR SOFTBALL MINORS

In it fourth straight win, Davidson’s defeated Tops, 8-6.

Davidson’s was lead by a strong defensive effort from Natalie Fosberg and great pitching from Sydney Chau.

Tops had two hits from Raena Bird and a solid game from Katelyn Bean.

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Custom Cabinetry beat Neil’s Propane, 15-10.

Maddie Price had three hits and two RBIs for the winners while Hannah Tarbrake was outstanding on defense and had a hit.

Scottlyn Pigman had two hits. Meghan Fischer had a triple and three RBIs.

For Neil’s, Haileigh Johnson had a double and two RBIs and Emily Lyon was great on defense.

SO. TIER BR SOFTBALL MAJORS

Jock Shop defeated Randolph Auto Supply, 18-8.

Taylor Brightman was the top offensive player for the Jock Shop and Chelsea Mercado was the defensive standout.

For Randolph, Sarah Stahley was the top offensive player and Kendall Booth the top defensive player.