Youth Baseball, Softball


Tops defeated Rand Machine, 18-8. Jillian Rea, Kailynn Destro, Allison Ramsey and Kylie O’Brien had five hits each for Tops. Marley Drake was the defensive player of the game.

For Rand Machine, Molly Spontaneo and Taytum Jimerson were the offensive players of the game and Lizzie Schrecengrost and Kaiden Lundgren were defensive players of the game.

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Lictus Oil and Propane defeated Rudyz Pizza, 19-9.

For Lictus Oil & Propane Mandy Brink had two doubles and two singles. Corinne Hovey had four hits and Jada Silcott three. Emma Lindsey earned defensive player of the game.

For Rudy’s Pizza, Braelyn Stelmack had three hits and Ava Palmquist earned defensive player of the game.


Diamond Cafe and Catering defeated Levant Motors, 3-2.

Sydney Burk pitched four shutout innings and struck out 10. Megan Webb scored the winning run on a passed ball.

Maggie Burns had a double and a stolen base for Levant Motors. Kylee Lindahl scored and Alyssa McCarthy starred on the mound.


The Barton Took Yankees got by the Great Lakes Insurance Phillies, 11-7.

For the Yankees, Jake Swanson struck out nine batters in a row, Toby Gifford connected for three singles and Curtis Hannon, Jackson Roth, Swanson and Anthony Migliore each had two hits.

Chad Tanner and Nicholas Erickson both had two hits for the Phillies.

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South Side Redemption Cardinals made the final out at the plate to preserve a 9-8 win over the Southern Tier Dental Mariners.

Ray Babyak, Alex Hudson, Carlson Olson, Brodie Little all had two hits with a triple for the Cardinals.

For the Mariners, Ryan Hallet stroked three hits, Cayde Myers and Devon Morrison added two hits.


Nolan Brink threw a complete-game three-hitter with six strikeouts to lead Carroll Rod & Gun past Frewsburger, 7-3, on Monday night.

Carroll trailed, 3-1, in the fourth inning before Brink doubled and scored on a Tyler Marchincin triple. Zach Bentley followed with a triple to score Marchincin and Dylan Pearson singled home Bentley to give Carroll a 4-3 lead. In the fifth inning, Carroll put the game away as Marchincin singled and scored on a single by Bentley, who later scored on an error. Pearson hit another RBI single to score Traden Gray for the final difference.

Marchincin finished with three hits while Bentley and Pearson each had two in the win.

Braden Coleson struck out eight in 3 innings for Frewsburger.


Brody Larson was the offensive standout and Andrew Nelson the defensive standouts as Larson Orthodontics Cardinals dropped the Veracity Benefits Royals, 8-6.

Gabe Tyger was the offensive standout and Nolan Froah the defensive standout for the Royals.


Alex LaTone, Joey Palermo and C. J. Ramsey drilled three hits as D & S Glass beat Lutheran Social Services, 7-5.

Colton Cappalino and Ben Cornell led LSS at the plate and on field.


Joshua Martin and Caden Herman pitched a two-hitter with 14 strikeouts and three walks as Robert Basile Chevrolet blanked Lobb’s, 7-0.

Tyler Swegles had two hits with a double in the win.

Dustin Passinger and Jeremy Miranda collected singles in defeat.