Baseball, Softball Roundup
FREWSBURG LITTLE LEAGUE
Brayden Coleson threw four innings and allowed one hit while striking out 12 as Frewsburg beat Ahlstrom Schaeffer.
Aaron Hair led the offense with three doubles and a triple, Caleb Carr had four hits including a double, Emmett Carlson had four hits, Coleson had three hits including a double, and Nick Emley had two hits in the win.
Jace Ormsby had the lone hit for Ahlstrom Schaeffer while Austin Lindstrom struck out nine on the mound.
CITY REC LEAGUE
The Affinity One Federal Credit Union Blue Jays topped the Tigers, 24-1, thanks to two home runs and a triple by Elijah Kester.
Jonah Tonkin smacked a single, double, and triple in the win while Ryan Samuelson smashed a home run, single and triple.
For the Tigers Jovonte Turner notched a triple, Connor McKay two singles, and Hope Smith a triple.
FALCONER TEE-BALL LEAGUE
Aaden Howard and Carlie Howard were the standouts for Greater Chautauqua Credit Union in an 11-11 tie with Truck-Lite.
Truck-Lite had Nylah Sharpe and Payton Smith as its standouts.
FALCONER COACH & PITCH
Ethan Sharpe and Parker Norlander were the standouts for Ellicott PBA in a game with the Floor Boys.
Bradley Doud and Kyler LaRoy were the standouts for the Floor Boys.
VALLEY MINORS LEAGUE
Collin Beichner capped a three-run inning with a two-out RBI single in the home seventh inning to give the Sinclairville Cardinals a 10-9 win over Cherry Creek.
Cole Hawkins delivered a two-run single with two outs prior to Beichner’s winner.
John Brockekbank drilled two home runs, Kynan Egan had three doubles and Kolton Gibbons two doubles for the winners.
McKenna Cuifolo and Delilah Miranda were the offensive standouts and Megan Kubera was the defensive standout as Jamestown III downed Jamestown II, 16-9.
For Jamestown II, Ayeria and Mallory Dahlgren, Ashley Smith and Payton Horton were the standouts.
Randolph VFW defeated the Carlton Home, 23-16, as pitcher Lavanna Johnson was the defensive standout.
Allison Hauck and Loganne Bushey picked up their first hits of the season.
Catcher Maddie Donato of Southwestern was the defensive standout while teammates Christine Deming and Angela Lunz had strong games offensively.