Youth Baseball, Softball

SO. TIER BR SOFTBALL ROOKIES

Rand Machine Products handed Rudyz Pizza a 15-5 loss.

The offensive player of the game for Rand Machine was Alaina Rosengren while the defensive player of the game was Lucy Spontaneo.

For Rudyz, Jacey Cappa was offensive standout and Reagan Chitester shined on defense.

The Southwestern Troopers defeated the Southwestern Decker Excavators.

Maddy Rose Cresanti, Harlee Swearingen, and Amerasia Miller were the offensive stars for the Troopers while Ella White and Grace Alexander were defensive standouts.

For Decker Excavation, Brooke Long collected four hits and Aryana Strong-Butterfield had three hits.

Lexi Beckerink and Katie Low were defensive players of the game.

TMN Global defeated Lynn Development Group,16-10.

Kaitlyn Swan drilled three hits and Gracin LaRoy had two hits for TMN Global and the defensive players of the game were Samantha Snow and Reese Johnson.

For Lynn Development Group, the standout players were Abigail Campbell, Autumn Lynn and Kacie Stofko.

SO. TIER BR SOFTBALL MINORS

Custom Cabinetry outlasted Neil’s Propane, 22-18.

Jacque Nickerson had a double with four RBIs, Courtney Martin added two hits and scored twice and Ireland Haglund was the defensive player of the game.

For Neil’s Propane, Jessica Mistretta delivered two hits and scored twice while Maddie Johnson scored four runs.

Ashlyn Harvey, Macy Youngberg, Mikeala LeBaron, and Ashleigh Youngberg all had four hits as Four Seasons Nursery downed Barmore-Sellstrom, 23-17, on Thursday.

The standouts for Barmore-Sellstrom were Morgan Overturf and Madison Smith.

Davidson’s improved to 5-1 with a 24-19 win over Four Seasons Nursery on Friday.

Clara Todd and Ashton Beckeink shined offensively and the defensive star was Corinne Covert.

Falconer’s offensive leaders were Ashlyn Harvey and Macy Youngberg with three hits and Amaya Lewczyk added two hits.

Jamestown 1 topped Randolph VFW 6533 as Lauren Tracy produced two grand-slam home runs and added a triple and Jenna Stockwell also starred on offense.

For Randolph VFW 6533, Miranda Waterman and Allison Hauck were the offensive standouts.

SO. TIER BR SOFTBALL MAJORS

Neil’s Propane rolled to a 23-13 win over Panache Salon & Day Spa.

Lauren Barmore slammed a home run and Lauren Barmore, Natalie Angelletti and Kaylee Royce also contributed on offense.

The standout players for Panache Salon & Day Spa were Sarah Chau on offense and Molly Gustafson on defense.

BEMUS POINT LITTLE LEAGUE

Easton Tanner threw a two-hitter with 11 strikeouts and two walks as Steeners Restaurant remained unbeaten by beating Fountain Bowl, 11-0.

Steeners erupted with a seven-run third inning as brothers Josh and Nick Golando and Will Steen had two-run singles. Both Golandos had two hits in the win.

Tanner drilled a two-run double in the fifth inning for Bemus Point.

Peter Auer had a triple and a single in defeat.

JAMESTOWN BABE RUTH ROOKIES

Isaiah Sanchez, Kristian Duffee and Tanner Erickson showed the way at the plate and the field as D&S Glass blanked Kendall Club, 8-0.

Caleb Piazza, Dominick Piazza and Scotlyn Fegler were the standouts for the Kendall Club.

CITY REC LEAGUE

Ricky Jo Dean hit safely four times as the Yankees defeated the Tigers, 12-3.

Jonathan Brito and Charles Apperson along with Gauge Rounds had three hits in the win.

For the Tigers, Jouente Turner had three hits and Justin Heiser two hits.

FALCONER TEE-BALL LEAGUE

Luke Drayer and C.J. Morrison were the Players of Game in Three C’s Catering Angels deadlock with the Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union Astros.

Logan Johnson and Kennedy Lindqust were the standout players for the Astros.

FALCONER MINOR LEAGUE

The Barton Tool Yankees defeated the Great Lakes Insurance Phillies, 13-5, behind the strong pitching of Jake Swanson, who fanned six, and Jackson Roth.

Payton Dustin and Swanson had two hits apiece, including inside the park home runs, during the victory while teammates Curtis Hannon and Toby Gifford also delivered a pair of hits apiece.

For the Phillies, Gavin Wood, Nicholas Erickson and Collin Norlander all had hits.