Baseball, Softball Roundup




Ellie Stevens recorded five hits and was the offensive standout as Landmark defeated State Farm, 25-24.

Maddie Anderson was the defensive standout for the winners.

Addison Beaver had five hits and was the offensive standout for State Farm, which had Kyra Penca, who turned a double play on third base, as the defensive standout.


Jamestown 1 prevailed in a doubleheader over Tops, 11-1, and 14-4.

Jillian Horton and Jill Kindberg led the offense and Hannah Grey was the defensive standout in the first game for Jamestown.

Sydney Youngberg had a double and Maddie Huggins starred defensively in the loss.

In the second game, Jenna Stockwell and Deanna Huntington were the offensive standouts and Breanna Hill excelled defensively for Jamestown.

Peyton Yost sparked the offense and Becca Taylor the defense for Tops.

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Four Seasons Nursery prevailed over Custom Cabinetry, 18-8, as Amaya Lewczyk was the winning pitcher and Ashleah Youngberg was the offensive standout.

Defensively, Nicole Youngberg and Ashlynn Harvey excelled for the winners.

In defeat, Rachel Eckstrom and Meg Harrel were the offensive standouts and Meadie Price the defensive standout.

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Sarah Disbro belted out three hits as Four Seasons took care of Neil’s Propane, 23-13.

Disbro was the offensive standout and Mikaela LeBaron was the defensive standout for the winners.

Madalyn Lisciandro was the offensive standout and Hialeah Johnson was the defensive standout in the loss.


Addysen Tanner, Marisa Schuppenhauer, Elise Swanson and Riley Caskey pounded out four hits as Clark Patterson and Lee Architectural Firm beat the Frewsburger Pizza, 18-12.

Kaylee McCall had three hits, including two triples, and Tanner faced 17 batters and allowed two runs in the win.

Kelsey Tarbrake was the defensive standout for Clark Patterson and Lee while Hope Marshall and Allison McCall were the sportsmanship players of the game for the winners.

Sam Smith and Bry Warner had a hit each and Emily Zamborik only gave up five runs for Frewsburger.


Misty Himes swatted two doubles and scored twice as Farm Fresh Foods II downed Diamond Cafe and Catering, 7-6.

Sally Rudny and Emilie Yochim also scored twice with Yochim having two hits for Farm Fresh Foods.

Megan Burns led Diamond Cafe and Catering with a triple, Megan Webb added a double and a run scored, and Kaci Sikora had an RBI single.



Ryan Stimson stroked four hits with a double, and Ben Bloomquist and Nick Saeger three hits with a double as Bloomquist Landscaping downed Ideal Coatings, 24-10.

Jacob Payne and Tyler Olson doubled and singled and Alex Lillie singled twice in the winning attack.

Tom Lecceadone drilled three hits with a solo home run, and Jordan Dustin and Austin Buffone doubled and singled in the loss.


Gage Swanson, Jacob Roth, Lucas Sopak, Reid DiDomenico and J.C. Hannon stroked multiple hits when the Barton Tool Yankees beat the Allied Fire Angels, 6-4.

Nolan LeBaron and Parker Norlander were the co-Players of the Game for the Angels.