Youth Baseball/Softball


JT/Lobb’s Mobil downed the Jock Shop, 13-3.

Cal Ricker doubled and Mike Boron, Brandon Lobb and Jeremiah Miranda were the other offensive contributors for the winners. Sam Eimiller and James Nixon were defensive stars.

Cameron Melendez, Draven DeJesus and Mason Chapman were offensive standouts for the Jock Shop, along with Issac Clinton, who doubled.


The Indians and the Rangers battled to a tie.

The players of the game for the Indians were Josiah Cruz and Bryce Stone.

Dominick Gonzalaz and Maleeya McGaughy shined for the Rangers.


Bemus Point’s Custom Cabinetry downed Decker Excavating, 8-6, led by a seven-strikeout performance by Courtney Martin, who was also named the defensive player of the game.

Jaqualyn Nickerson, Jessica Wozniak, Lizzy Quadt and Ellie Haines shined on offense for the winners.

Lydia Covert had two hits for Decker Excavating, Mia Turnbull added some more offense and Summer Houston was the defensive player of the game.

Abrianna McCarthy, Macy Youngberg and Asheley Curtis all had three hits as Falconer’s 3 C’s Catering outslugged Radiantly You of Randolph, 21-14.

Also for the winners, Nicole Youngberg, Hannah Cross, Amaya McCarthy and Sonna Alm each had two hits. The player of the game was Curtis.

Paige Blancafor had two hits for Randolph and Kyra Perice was the defensive standout.

Jamestown’s STGBRS downed Frewsburger Pizza, 16-8.

The players of the game for Jamestown were Marley Drake and Rheese Maggio.

Kelly Chamberlain and Katelyn Bean were named players of the game for Frewsburger Pizza.

Panama’s Neil’s Propane cruised to a 20-6 over Bemus Points’ STGBRS as Mandy Brooks came through with a trio of hits and Emma Lindsay and Beth Lindsay both assisted the offense.

Cody Rogers and Hannah Tarbrake were the defensive stars for Bemus Point.

Randolph’s Radiantly You defeated Chautauqua Lake’s Chris Keefe Builders, 18-7, as starter Alexis Shellenbarger collected four strikeouts and Miranda Waterman and Haleigh Smith scored three runs apiece.

The offensive star for Chris Keefe Builders was Saige Keefe, who had three hits. Kylie Keefe was the defensive player of the game.

The Radiantly You team also edged Rand Machine Products, 11-10.

Abby Mansfield had six strikeouts for the winners, Kyra Pence added a double and a single and Kendall Steward was named the offensive player of the game.

For Rand Machine, Sammie Ruhlman had nine strikeouts, Gracie Ruhlman collected three RBIs and Samantha Reale had three hits.

Neil’s Propane downed 3Cs Catering, 15-9, as Olivia Morton, Ava Morton and Madelynn Lisciandro each connected for home runs.

Macy Youngberg smacked a triple and Abrianna McCarthy had two hits.


Gerry edged Sinclairville, 7-6, as Nathan Jones had a pair of hits.


Gary’s Carstar beat Carlton Homes, 3-1.

Makena Adams hit a home run for the winners and the defensive standout was Sydney Hvizdzak.

Maddie Donato was the offensive star for Carlton Homes and Hannah Swan-Leuze shined on defense.