Baseball, Softball Roundup

JAMESTOWN BABE

RUTH LEAGUE (13-15)

Winning pitcher Chad Nelson and Noah Johnson fanned 11 as Peppy Dental toppled the Jock Shop, 12-10.

DaVante Strudwick drove in two runs with two hits, one a triple, while Nelson added two hits and Johnson doubled for Peppy Dental.

Carson Peters drilled three hits with a triple and J’zon Matve had two hits in the loss.

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Jacob Zwieg’s walkoff single scored Steve Brombacher with the winning run as the Eagles edged Chautauqua Mechanical, 3-2.

Brombacher and Gunnar Carlson had two hits and Dakota McIntyre an RBI double in the victory that went to Matt Hill with a four-hitter and 16 strikeouts.

Kyle Stilson belted out two hits with a double, Marion Soldano added double and Andrew Sisson recorded eight strikeouts in vain.

EAST LAKE BABE

RUTH LEAGUE (13-15)

Jake Peru, A.J. Genco, Brett Payne and Calvin Nowicki stroked two hits to lead the Falconer Fireman past Southwestern, 11-8.

Nowicki and Seth Abbey contributed doubles in the win.

Nick Swanson and Noah Weinstein delivered three hits with a double while Jared Drocy (double) and Ben Burk added two hits for Southwestern.

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Dual Card twirled a four-hitter and rapped a two-run double as 84 Lumber defeated Gerry.

Justin Boedecker had two doubles for 84 Lumber.

Hallowell led Gerry with a two-run single.

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Nolan Knipe tossed a two-hitter as Bemus Point VFW won easily over 84 Lumber, 22-2.

Kass Howard recorded three hits with a double, and Zack Trim and Brandon Reagle chipped in with two hits for VFW. Trevor Micek and Brandon Fain picked up doubles in the win.

Seth Beckerink and Billy Eskeli contributed hits for 84 Lumber.

CITY REC LEAGUE

Jimmy Nixon and Christian Frankiewicz showed the way with three hits with a double as the Affinity One Blue Jays (14-2) sewed up the regular-season title by beating the Astros, 13-2.

Raylynn Digirolamo and James Fiorella chipped in with two hits in the winning attack.

Ben Oswalt belted out two singles and Jvyn Matve tripled in the loss.

CAL RIPKEN PITCHING MACHINE LEAGUE

Jacob Smeraldo and Paxton Faulk stroked two hits and scored three times as Slone-Melhuish topped Lutheran Social Services, 11-2, to win the B Division championship.

Carson Panebianco had two hits with a double and Ty Shults singled twice when Slone-Melhuish defeated Kendall Club, 11-3, in the semifinals.

AMERICAN LEGION

Mark Wilcox tossed a two-hitter with eight strikeouts and two walks as Falconer prevailed over Jaworski Post from Lackawanna, 5-3.

Wilcox and Adam Westley hit doubles, and Derek Young and Brett Dehner singles for the winners.

Falconer has a 3-4 record this season and travels to Eden on Monday.

FALCONER COACH

PITCH LEAGUE

Brayden Scott, Trevor Muniz, Dylan Alexander, Shelby Withers and Jacob Cardot recorded three hits as Spony’s Auto prevailed over Allied Fire Protection, 11-3.

David Donisi added two hits and made an unassisted double play for Spony’s.

Andrew Williams and Jonathan Nied recorded multiple hits in defeat.

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J.C. Hannon, Jacob Roth and Lucas Sopak delivered two hits each and Gavin Swanson hit a double as Barton Tool Yankees decisioned the Jeremy’s Bel-View Brewers, 6-4.

Jackson Lilly and Dalton Caldwell drilled three hits and with Caldwell having an RBI and Luke Vandevelde chipped in with two hits and an RBI for Jeremy’s. Lilly also made an unassisted double play at first base.

GIRLS SOFTBALL

SOUTHERN TIER BR SOFTBALL

ROOKIES DIVISION

The Southwestern Troopers continued their winning ways versus Pizza Hut as Grace Alexander was 5-for-5.

For Pizza Hut, Milana DeAngelo and Gracelyn Stevenson were the offensive stars while Megan Kubera earned defensive player-of-the-game honors.

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Decker Excavating toppled Landmark Chevrolet, 13-3.

Makenna Daikawa, and Lexi Beckerink were strong defensively for the victors while Marley Ohl, Erin Keppel and Emma Derby each connected for five hits.

Reagan Lewis was Landmark’s top defensive player, and Andi Frame and Jaclynn Flood led the offense.

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The Southwestern Troopers defeated Landmark Chevrolet.

Defensive plays were made by Maddy Rose Cresanti and Ella White. Amerasia Miller and Heidi Swan Leuze collected a combined six RBIs.

Offensive standouts for Landmark Chevrolet included Riley Palmer and Kyra Pence as each delivered six hits. Abigail Pitts was the defensive standout.

MAJORS DIVISION

Tri-James Services beat Panache Salon and Day Spa, 19-9.

For the winners, Cassidy Davies was the offensive standout and Kate Gunnel was the defensive star. Erin Radack was the winning pitcher.

For Panache, Skyler Thorpe shined on offense and Thea Keppel was the defensive standout.

13-16 DIVISION

Auto Credit of Bemus Point/Chautauqua Lake outlasted Chautauqua Pools, 13-7.

Standouts for BP/CL were Ashley Trim, Allie Cummins and Sam Ellman.

The standouts for Chautauqua Pool were Meagan Moll, Mackenzie Munson, and Tomi Delicki.

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Lucy Dezi defeated the Lictus Oilers, 18-12.

INTERLEAGUE LITTLE LEAGUE

MAJORS DIVISION

Bryce Gibbons’ two-run bases-loaded single in the top of the third inning gave Frewsburger the lead for good en route to an 11-4 win over Brockway Law on Saturday.

Gibbons finished with three hits and four RBIs while Aaron Hair had two hits, including an RBI triple, for Frewsburger. Hair and Braden Coleson combined on a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts in the win.

Jacob Bulich drove in a run with a single for Brockway Law.

CAL RIPKEN MINORS

Robert Basil defeated the Lions Club, 16-1.

Leading the winners was Caden Herman and Tyler Swaggles, who each went 2-for-2 with a home run. Nate Hill chipped in with three hits, Collin Maloney two more and Luke Kelsie finished with a double.

For the Lions Club, Sal Colletti hit a double.

FALCONER LITTLE LEAGUE

Tylar Olson (double) was 4-for-5, Jacob Payne and Ben Schraeder each had three hits in five at-bats and the trio of Nick Saeger (double), Alex Lilly (double) and Chris Bowman had a pair of hits apiece as Bloomquist Landscaping took care of AJ Genco.

Bobby Samuelson had two hits in defeat, including a double, while teammates Kaden Bianco and Tyler Williams also chipped in with a double each.