Youth Baseball, Softball


Lictus Oil and Propane defeated Just Fur Fun, 13-3.

Kylie Range and Willa Anderson played an outstanding game for the winners, earning defensive players of the game. Elizabeth Lindsey had six hits and Kylie Morgan four hits.

For Just-Fur-Fun, Alanna Chadwick and Tailyn Shields were the defensive players of the game while Kendall Steward had two hits.


Tops defeated Neil’s Propane, 9-8.

Leading the way offensively for Tops was Emma Ruhlman and Maddie Surrena while Riley Chitester was named defensive player of the game.

Neil’s Propane was led offensively by Natalie Odell and Madalyn Lisciandro while Maddie Johnson was named defensive player of the game.


Clark Patterson and Lee Architectural Firm defeated Panache Salon and Day Spa. 15-9.

Winning pitcher Addysen Tanner gave up two runs and the offensive standouts were Elise Swanson with a double while Meghann Nolan had four hits and Lynne Nordin had three. Marisa Schuppenhauer was the defensive player of the game.

Hope Marshall won the sportsmanship award.

Panache’s pitcher Jade Derby gave up two runs and the offensive standouts were Alana Dibble with a triple and Danie Greene had two hits. Molly Gustafson was the defensive player of the game.

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Jock Shop defeated Premier Finishing, 11-1.

For Jock Shop, Kyla Walker was the top offensive player and Morgan Brightman the top defensive player.

For Premier Finishing, Grace Camarata was the offensive standout and Allison Mansfield was the top defensive player.

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Jock Shop defeated Tri-James. 12-2. For Jock Shop, Morgan Brightman was the offensive player and Kaitlyn Duffee the defensive player.

For Tri-James, Alena Swanson was the offensive player and Alexis Barron the defensive player.


Cody Dallas fanned 10 as the Falconer Lions blanked the Moose, 15-0.

Along with Dallas, who also hit a double, Bryce Baglia homered, Jacob Payne tripled and Mark Wilcox doubled.

Trent Wood hit a double in defeat.

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Hiller Tire edged Southside Redemption, 9-8, thanks to four hits apiece by Devin Austin and John Zdunski.

For Southside Redemption, Ray Bavyek hit a triple, Justin Swan a double and Jay Smith collected a pair of hits.


Trey Faulk was the offensive standout and Matthew Burlingame the defensive standout as the Bemus Point Dental Care Phillies prevailed over the Davidson Restaurant Tigers, 12-5.

Zachary Kent was the offensive standout and teammate Cooper Diakawa was the defensive standout for the Tigers.

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Zach Rhodes and Walker Perry had four hits when the Lakeshore Paving Phillies blanked the Veracity Benefits Royals, 6-0.

Conner Trembley contributed three more hits for the winners.

Kyler Wojtowicz was the defensive standout and Patrick Marra was the offensive standout for the Royals.


Max Vaughn stroked four hits and excellent pitching by Drew Keppel and Nate Johnson allowed the Elements Salon Orioles to a 10-2 win over the L.J. Stein Yankees.

Curtis Olson was the defensive standout for the Orioles.

Aiden Kennedy hit a home run with Ryan Corey on base in the bottom of the second inning to account for the Yankees runs.

Defensive plays by John Pearson and Aiden Melquist kept the Yankees in the game.

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The Orioles beat the Johnson Machine Blue Jays in a very close game with the Blue Jays leaving making the final out with the tying run on third base.

Dominic Vavala led the comeback with three hits for the Orioles, who scored four runs in the fourth and two in the fifth with Frankie Farrell scoring the go-ahead run.

Jack White, Max Marshall and Spencer Kane scored in the first for the Blue Jays.

Vaughn earned the save by holding the Blue Jays in the fifth and sixth innings.