Reid Bjork hit a three-run home run in a four-run first inning and Ahlstrom-Schaeffer never looked back in a 14-6 win over Frewsburger on Monday night.

Bjork finished 3-for-3 with three runs scored and also struck out five of the six batters he faced. Caleb Terhune was 3-for-4 with two doubles and two RBIs, Mateo Riolo was 3-for-5 with a double and Jake Stelmack was 2-for-4 with an RBI for Ahlstrom-Schaeffer. Riolo also struck out five In two innings of relief.

Kaleb Bender and Aaron Hair each had an RBI triple and Braden Coleson had an RBI double in the loss. Coleson also struck out eight in 4 innings of relief.



Led by Brooke Long and Emma Derby, Decker Excavating edged TMN Global, 24-23.

Reece Beaver was the defensive standout for the winners.

For TMN Global, Addison Schrader had four hits, Brynn Zaranek chipped in with three more and Kaitlyn Swan and Emily Payne stood out defensively.

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Pizza Hut defeated Landmark, 10-8.

Offensive standouts for Pizza Hut were Skylynn Tomlison and Morgan Torrey, while on the defensive side Alison McNally was solid.

For Landmark, Mersadies Nichols and Amelia Elliot were offensive stars and Quinn Pence was the defensive star.


Farm Fresh Foods outlasted Diamond Cafe and Catering, 5-4, as Kate Johnson had a hit and scored two runs and Misty Himes scored two runs.

Sidney Burk had three hits, and along with Maggie Burns pitched a strong game for Diamond Cafe in defeat.

Megan Webb the defensive standout for Diamond Cafe.


Jamestown Savings Bank defeated Chautauqua Mechanical, 12-2, behind Logan Bellardo’s two doubles and Pedro Hernandez’s triple and single.

Derek Foe led the way for Chautauqua Mechanical with three hits while teammate Drew Simmons had two.

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Jon Sandstrom delivered a two-out single that plated Gunnar Carlson in the bottom of the seventh inning to lead the Eagles Club past Peppy Dental.

Along with Sandstrom, Jacob Tonkin, Steve Brombacher (double) and Jorge Torres had two hits apiece.

Dakota McIntyre earned the complete-game victory.

For Peppy Dental, Chad Nelson, O’Neill Rosado and Tyler Phanco each had a pair of hits and Brandon Briggs doubled.




The Jamestown Tigers split a doubleheader, posting a 10-6 win over the Orchard Park Thunder in game one.

Jacob Kindberg was the winner, tossing four innings in relief, giving up three earned runs with four strikeouts. Offensively, Brandon Johnston connected for two hits, including a double and one RBI, Coby Carder added a triple and a single, Chris Haase contributed an RBI triple, Bryce Raymond doubled and singled, Andrew Latona had two hits and Chad Nelson drove in three runs.

Things didn’t go the Tigers’ way in game two, however, as they lost to the Western New York Katz, 9-1.

The Tigers has just three hits in the game, courtesy of Jeffrey Miller, Kindberg and A.J. Genco, who also scored the lone run.


A-Bat picked up a pair of wins on Sunday, starting with a 15-3 victory over the Jock Shop.

Bill Lawson slammed a home run and three hits, Doug Trapani and Steve Trapani each contributed three hits and Alex Pickett, Nekyle Taylor, Steve Piccirillo and Cortland Haines all had two hits.

For the Jock Shop, Rob Glover doubled and singled and Lucian Lodestro had two hits.

In the second game, A-Bat posted a win over Lena’s by 10 runs as Ryan Anderson connected for five hits, including two homers and three singles, Taylor drilled a home run, two triples and a single, Dave Saxton delivered a triple, double and two singles, Pickett had four hits, Lawson added a home run and two singles, Doug Trapani blasted a home run with a double and a single and Piccirillo had two hits.

Josh Melquist smacked a homer for Lena’s.