Youth Baseball, Softball


The Bemus Point Dental Care Phillies cruised to an 8-1 over the Veracity Benefits Royals.

For the Phillies, Dustin Hendrix starred on defense while Braedon Orlando delivered three hits and two runs.

Joey Levandowski had two hits while Gabe Tyger was the defensive standout for the Royals.


Tops defeated Landmark, 13-3.

For the Tops team, the offensive players of the game were Marley Drake, who had five hits, while Rheese Maggio, Cora Blodien and Emma Krzanak added four hits apiece. The defensive player of the game was Allison Ramsey.

For Landmark, the offensive standouts included Amelia Elliott and Andi Frame and the defensive player of the game was Riley Palmer.

State Farm got by Rudy’z Pizza, 23-21.

Players of the game for State Farm were Alex McKee on offense and Jenna Harle on defense.

For Rudy’z, Braelyn Stelmack was the offensive star and Emily Youngberg earned honors on defense.

Just Fur Fun defeated Pizza Hut,

Allison Burdick and Tyra Clark had three hits each and Chloe Chadwick and Kendall Steward were named as the defensive players of the game.

For Pizza Hut, Sam Bresson and Sklynn Tomlinson both drilled three hits and Gracelynn Stevenson was named as the offensive standout.

Rand Machine and Lynn Development played to a 14-14 tie.

For Rand Machine, Kaidyn Lundgren was the standout on offense and Sammie Ruhlman was selected as the defensive player of the game.

Katelyn Bemis and Abigail Campbell were honored as the offensive stars for Lynn Development and Tess Spangenburg was the defensive player of the game.

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Gracelyn Stevenson and Ava Hagelin stroked three hits and Olivia Kubera was solid defensively as Pizza Hut edged Rudy’z Pizza, 16-15.

Samantha Walrod and Kaylee Johnson were standouts for Rudy’z.


Neil’s Propane prevailed over Carlton Homes, 16-7, behind Jessica Mistretta on the mound and at the plate.

Erin Manning scored twice and Brooke Sikora excelled in the outfield for the winners.

Madison Donato was the defensive standout and Marin Saracki pitched well and made several putouts for the Carlton Homes.


Neil’s Propane outlasted Hiller Tire, 20-14.

For Neil’s Propane, Grace Woods scored a pair of runs while Lauren Barmore had a double and a single and Karianne Yuchnitz shined on defense.

Hiller Tire’s outstanding players included Meghan Hiller, Sadie DuVall and Katie Erskine with all scoring twice.

Denny’s Plumbing defeated Tri-James Services, 11-5.

Leading the way for Denny’s Plumbing were Kendra Keyser with a double and a single and Chadelynn Johnson, Emily Phelps, Hannah Roush, and Jenna Briggs with two hits each.

For Tri-James, the offensive player of the game was Kyla Gunnell while Megan Seeley earned defensive honors.

Jock Shop won a pair of games from Peppy Dental, taking game one by a score of 14-4.

For the Jock Shop, Taylor Evans was picked as the top offensive player and Karlie Blodien was named as the defensive star.

Airica Cochran was the offensive player of the game for Peppy Dental while Morgan Tracey earned defensive honors.

Jock Shop took the second game, 12-3.

Taylor Brightman was selected as the offensive player of the game and Brianna Abbott was the defensive star for the Jock Shop.

For Peppy Dental, Kaidence Walker shined on offense and Hannah Smith was chosen as the defensive standout.

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Kira Lewis cracked a home run and was the offensive standout and Madison Callahan was the defensive standout by completing a double play as Tier One Inspection topped the Randolph Auto Supply, 24-14.

Kaylee Marsh was selected for defense and Brynn Pagett for offense in the loss.


Southwestern’s Farm Fresh Foods downed Diamond Cafe and Catering, 7-2.

Sally Rudny delivered a pair of hits and scored twice while Misty Himes each scored two runs. Kate Johnson and Kendyl Austin shared the pitching duties for Farm Fresh Foods.

Brittany Davies led the offense for Diamond Cafe and Catering and Kaci Sikora and Sydney Burk were the pitching standouts.

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Morgan Gumhalter was the winning pitcher and contributed a double as Tops defeated Chautauqua Pools, 12-4.

Mackenzie Marsh hit safely twice and scored three times and Annalise Boyer also tallied thrice for Tops.

Shelby Himes and Taigan Smith singled and each scored a run in defeat.


Jock Shop downed Chautauqua Mechanical, 7-4 ,as Andrew Latona and Carson Peters teamed up for 11 strikeouts with just three walks to secure the win. On offense, Mike Mammoser smacked a double and a single.

For Chautauqua Mechanical, D. Simmons led with three hits, Derek Foe added a triple. and Andy Sisson and Kyle Stilson struck out 11 in the losing effort.

Both teams combined for 13 hits.


Carroll Rod & Gun posted a 15-1 victory over Randolph’s Van Rensselaer, 15-1.

For the winners, Tyler Marchincin earned the win on the mound and helped his own cause with a double, triple and a home run, Nolan Brink and Dylan Pearson both contributed two hits, Zack Bentley and Evan Norton each tripled and Jack Yost had a double.

S. Wright homered for Van Rensselaer.


Collin Barmore hit a home run and a double and Connor Crabtree had two triples as the Gerry Jammers topped the Cassadaga Reds, 11-3, to end the season undefeated.

Matt Butcher added a double in the win.

Adam Goot delivered a home run and a triple while Joe Lemay doubled for the Reds.


Joshua Donisi homered and doubled among his three hits as the B&L Yankees blanked the Tigers, 14-0.

Jonathan Brito, Gauge Rounds, Ethan Russell, Joseph Velenque and Brandon Michaels all had three hits in the win.

For the Tigers, Joaunte Turner, Bradon Beardsley and Selena San Diego had two hits.


Bryce Baglia had an inside-the-park home run and Cody Dallas had two singles as the Falconer Lions shaded AJ Genco, 11-10.

Zach Gifford had a double and Mark Wilcox was the winning pitcher with six strikeouts.

Bobby Samuelson tripled while Kaden Bianco and Dakota Martin doubled in a losing cause.


Spony’s Auto tied Jeremys Bellview, 3-3, in the first game of a doubleheader.

Channing Brainard had three hits and David Donisi, Dylan Alexander and Trevor Muniz all had two hits in the win.

Josiah Sprague and Ethan Swan both had three hits for Jeremy’s.

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Spony’s Auto defeated Jeremy’s Bellview, 8-5, as Gabe Delahoy, Shelby Withers and Andrew Johnson all had multiple hits for Sponys.

Finley Pavlock and Jackson Lillie were the players of the game for Jeremys.


The Rangers battled the Cardinals and the Yankees to ties.

Cameron LaTone and Allison Burdick sparked the Rangers against the Cardinals. Talib Thompson and Dante Vasquez shined for the Cardinals.

Eligh DeLeon and Dominic Gonzalez led the way for the Rangers versus the Yankees, who had Raegen Powers and Gavin Quattrone as the standouts.