Youth Baseball, Softball Roundup


Bloomquist Landscaping outlasted Ideal Coating, 21-10

For the winners, Tyler Olson delivered three hits while Jacob Payne, Nathan Abbey, Ben Schrader, Ben Bloomquist, Nick Sager and Alex Lillie all produced two hits.

Hudson Johnson connected for a triple and Tom Leccadone drilled a double for Ideal Coating.


Great Lakes Insurance topped Southern Tier Family Dental, 7-5 as Nicholas Erickson, Collin Norlander and Joey Pillittieri all produced two hits .

For the Southern Tier team, Ryan Hallet connected for two hits, Kayden Myers added a double and a single and Jayden Bellardo had a triple.


Tyler Swegles and Kayden Herman combined to throw a no-hitter as Robert Basil Chevrolet defeated JTA, 11-1

Cameron Curtis, Joshua Martin and Swegles all had two hits in the victory.


Jamestown 1 defeated Davidson’s Restaurant, 11-5.

Allie Brown led Jamestown 1 with three hits and Jillian Horton also stood out offensively. Lauren Tracy and Kayla Krzanak we’re strong on the defensive end.

For Davidson’s Restaurant, Kylee Dibble and Gianna Hoose each had doubles.


The Jamestown Tigers played their first baseball game and were defeated by the Orchard Park Braves, 12-4.

Eight different pitchers saw action against the Braves, who played 96 games last year and has former major leaguer Dave Hollins’ son on their roster.

Only three of the runs were earned with Andrew Latona, Jake Kindberg, Jake Sisson and Bryce Raymond throwing scoreless relief with each tossing a inning of hitless ball. Overall, they had 11 strikeouts while walking three. Kindberg fanned the side in his tour of mound duty.

Noah Weinstein drove in two runs with two hits while A. J. Genco tripled for the Tigers. The other hits were singles by Jeff Miller and Latona.



The Steeners compiled a 4-0 record and the Gerrry Jammers went 3-1 in the Mid-Season Tournament.

Easton Tanner had 11 strikeouts as the Steeners defeated the Jammers, 10-9, in the championship game.

Tanner also tripled and homered while Steeners teammate Zach Fisher pounded two home runs.

Connor Crabtree fanned 10 and stroked three hits with a homer and a double in defeat.

For Gerry, Thad Wichlack belted three hits, Collin Mower two triples, Jacob Jones a double and a single, Collin Barmore and Nat Jones doubles.


Zach Rhodes drilled four hits with a double and Matt Lefler and Dominic Delaney three with Delaney having a triple as the Lake Shore Paving Indians prevailed over the Burnett’s Flooring Services Reds, 10-5.

Walker Perry was the defensive player for the Indians, turning in an unassisted double play.

Zane Allen was the offensive standout for the Reds and teammate Noah Mealy was the defensive standout.

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Earlier, the Lake Shore Paving Indians downed the Burnett’s Reds, 9-5.

Rhodes had three hits and Judson Harris two for the winners.

For the Reds, Abbey Galati was the offensive player of the game and Sam Kautzman the defensive standout.


Three C’s Catering Angels played an 11-11 with Chautauqua Credit Union Astros.

Zach Markham and C. J. Morrison were the Players of the Game for the Angels and Jessse Davis and Abigail Carlberg for the Astros.