Youth Baseball, Softball


Jamestown Savings Bank edged the Jock Shop, 10-9, as Noah Caruso and Jamie Rojas collectively gave up seven hits on the mound and Pedro Hernandez chimed in with four scoreless innings. Rojas also drilled four hits while Caruso added three hits in the victory.

For the Jock Shop, Carson Peters and Michael Mammoser each had two hits.


Lynn Development defeated Lictus Oil & Propane, 11-9.

Offensive Players of the Game for Lynn Development were Kacie Stofko and Tess Spangenburg and the Defensive Player of the game was Emily Melquist.

Lictus Oil & Propane was led offensively by Kylie Range, Willa Anderson and Jada Silcott and defensively by Kylie Morgan.


Southern Chautauqua FCU defeated Custom Cabinetry, 18-8.

Serena Camarata was the winning pitcher for SCFCU while Cassie Mosher went 5-for-5 and Kaitlyn Livermore, Sierra Delahoy, Alex Rivera, Ashley Curtis, and Abrianna McCarthy all went 4-for-4.

Standouts for Custom Cabinetry were Bailey Fain with two runs while Taylor Bower, Erin Nolan, Jacquie Nickerson each contributed a run.


Neil’s Propane topped Tier One Inspection, 13-3.

For Neil’s Propane, Maci Johnson hit a home run and Emily Kuschel hit a double.

For Tier One Inspection, Savannah Frey was an outstanding player on offense while Darian Botzenmayer played good defensively.

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Neil’s Propane downed Denny’s Plumbing, 10-1, as Lauren Barmore and Madalyn Bowen combined for a no-hitter.

For Denny’s Plumbing, Olivia Anderson played a good offensive game while Hannah Roush played a good defensive game.

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Tri-James Services defeated the Frewsburger Pizza Shop, 13-3.

For Tri-James, Melissa Todd had three singles and a double, Aleena Swanson had four hits and Katie Brinkley and Kaitlyn Lachner had three hits.

In the losing effort, Lian Eng was the defensive standout and Mackenzie Whippo showed a great offensive effort.

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The Jock Shop defeated Denny’s Plumbing, 12-6.

Emma Schnars was offensive player and Biranna Abbott defensive player for the Jock Shop.

Kendra Keyser and Olivia Anderson were offensive players and Megan Snyder was the defensive player for Denny’s Plumbing.

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Denny’s Plumbing defeated Panache Salon & Day Spa, 21-11.

Leading the way for Denny’s Plumbing were Kendra Keyser with three hits, including a triple, and Madelyn Harle and Emily Phelps with two hits each. Tabatha Majewski and Emily Bauer were chosen as the defensive standouts.

The offensive players of the game for Panache Salon & Day Spa were Skyler Thorpe and Maddie Dent while the defensive standouts were Gianna Hoose and Sydney Chau.


Auto Credit defeated Chautauqua Pools, 8-5.

The Standouts for Auto Credit were Mary Nickerson with a home run and Jade Walsh with a triple. The defensive player of the game was Victoria Lai.

The standouts for Chautauqua Pools were Megan Moll, Ayla Bragg and Kaitlyn Blanchard.


The Falconer Firemen edged Bemus, 3-2, as Trevor Dykstra and A.J. Genco combined for a 1-hitter, striking out 12.

Jake Peru had two hits, including the game-winning RBI in the top of the seventh that brought home Johnny Samuelson. Brett Payne and Dalton Whitacre also had RBIs.

The lone hit for Bemus was delivered by Logan Fain and Trevor Micek had an RBI.

Stuart Tool & Die got by the Falconer Firemen, 5-4, thanks to a fine pitching performance by Koby Carder and Bryce Raymond, who combined to strike out 12 and surrendered only five hits. Carder and Jarod Anderson both doubled and A.J. Genco had a home run and a single.

Brenton Yager doubled and singled for Falconer.

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Duel Card delivered four hits and two RBIs and Billy Eskeli two hits and four RBIs as 84 Lumber toppled Stuart Tool & Die, 15-10.

Sean Kubis was the winning pitcher and gave up six hits in five innings in addition chipped in with two hits.

Tyler Himes and Brian Gardner had two hits for Stuart’s.


Christian Frankiewicz hit a solo home run, a double and a single to lead a 30-hit attack as the Affinity One Blue Jays routed the Fancher Chair Tigers, 22-1.

Josh Tonkin stroked three doubles, his brother Jonah Tonkin tripled and doubled among his three hits and Zachary Breeding added three hits with a double for the winners.

Also, Elijah Kester lashed a triple and double in the winning cause.

Brandon Beardsley smacked a triple, Jaycee Flagg and Javaunte Turner assisted with singles for the Tigers.


Michael Kunkel was the offensive standout and Spencer Ball was the defensive standout as the Bemus Point Dental Care Phillies downed the Larson Orthodontics Cardinals, 15-4.

Lukas Svenson on offensive and Jordan Mescall on defense were the standouts for the Cardinals.

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Matthew Burlingame was the standout on offense and Jimmy Mistretta on defense when the Phillies prevailed over the Lakeshore Paving Indians, 9-5.

Jayden Work was the offensive standout and Collin Ryan on defense for the Indians.