Baseball, Softball Roundup



Carlton Homes of Southwestern defeated Falconer’s Southern Chautauqua FCU, 15-13.

The defensive players of the game for Carlton Homes were Madison Donato and Mya Borsheim.

For Falconer, Sonna Alm was the offensive star while Serena Camarata and Alex Rivera were the defensive standouts.


Randolph’s Tier One Inspection downed Frewsburger Pizza, 18-10.

The standouts for Tier One Inspection were Valerie Crouse and Makena Adams on defense and Kira Lewis on offense. For Frewsburger Pizza. Ashley Carlson shined on defense and Sam Smith on offense.

Southwestern’s Tri-James Services posted an 18-8 win over Jamestown’s Peppy Dental.

Erin Radack led the winners with four hits, Kaitlyn Lachner delivered a double and two singles and Kyla Gunnell had three hits.

For Peppy Dental, Hannah Smith was the offensive standout and Lauren Tracy was the defensive player of the game.

Tri-James Services also cruised to a 21-11 victory over Falconer’s Hiller Tire.

Megan Seeley shined on offense for Tri-James with a triple and two singles and Kate Gunnell and Aleena Swanson both drilled three hits.

The players of the game for Hiller Tire were Taylor Bianco on defense and Olivia Adam on offense.


The Eagles Club came from behind and rolled to a 13-7 win over the Jock Shop, scoring seven runs in the sixth, led by Dakota McIntyre’s bases-loaded double and Gunnar Carlson’s and Jorge Torres’ RBI doubles. Torres also smacked a triple.

Jacob Zwieg doubled and singled and McIntyre was the winning pitcher with eight strikeouts.

Andrew Latona topped the Jock Shop with a double and two singles, J’Zon Matve added two hits and Carson Peters doubled.



The Jamestown Tigers overcame an early deficit, but were unable to overtake the CNY Thunderchiefs from Syracuse, falling 7-6 in pool play as the three-day event got under way Friday.

The Tigers were in a 4-0 hole, but battled back to tie the game in the fourth inning. The Thunderchiefs scored three more times while Jamestown added runs in the fifth and sixth innings before the game was called.

Chad Nelson had two doubles, a single and an RBI for Jamestown, Winfred Nelson doubled and drove in a run, Robbie Burgess added two hits and Chris Haase also had an RBI.

Jeff Miller and Nelson combined for seven strikeouts and four walks in the loss.

Jamestown will play twice today, taking on the Webster White Sox at 11 a.m. and the Buffalo Braves at 1:30 p.m. The Tigers will also play again Sunday with an opponent yet to be determined.


Joshua Donisi hit for the cycle, Jonathan Brito (home run, double) and Charles Apperson had four hits apiece and the B&L Yankees defeated the Fancher Chair Tigers, 21-2.

Joseph Velezquez (double) and Devon Hillman each chipped in with a home run in the victory.

For the Tigers, Jouante Turner and Daniel Stenstrom both had a hit and scored a run.