Peterson Drives In Winning Run For Frewsburg In Eighth

Bryce Peterson got the key hit as Frewsburg (8-8) rallied to beat Portville (7-8) in a non-league baseball game at Diethrick Park with the proceeds going to the Wounded Warriors Foundation on Friday.

Peterson singled with the bases filled to bring in the decisive run in the bottom of the eighth inning as the Bears edged Portville, 8-7.

Both teams scored three runs in the seventh with Kolby Carder having a two-run double to tie things up for the Bears at 7-7.

Trevor Spicer had three hits and an RBI single, and Carder added two hits for the winners.

Portville had five different players with hits, including a double by Todd Russell.


A five-run fifth inning carried Jamestown (1-10, 2-15) to a victory over Fredonia in a game to benefit the Wounded Warriors Foundation at Diethrick Park.

Jamestown was leading by a 1-0 score when it came to bat in the fifth inning and before the inning was completed had scored five times en route to a 6-2 victory.

Connor Stam highlighted that inning with a two-run single for one of his two hits.

In the first, Jeff Miller had an RBI single to give Jamestown the lead for good.

Pitcher Jake Sisson of Jamestown scattered seven hits with 11 strikeouts and a single walk.

Weston Lay doubled and singled for Fredonia, which scored twice in the sixth with one of the runs driven in by a single by Cam Voss.


MAYVILLE – Chautauqua Lake’s Avery Webb ripped a two-out, game-winning RBI single in the bottom of the seventh inning, as the Thunderbirds (7-3,10-4) came from behind to defeat Pine Valley, 8-7.

The Panthers (10-0, 10-3) built a 6-1 lead after just three innings, but the Thunderbirds battled back, scoring seven runs over the final four innings while allowing only one run.

Devin Pope picked up his first win of the season, going the final two innings in relief of starter Ian Clute and middle reliever Tyler Meredith.

Webb finished the game for the Thunderbirds with two hits and two RBIs, as did Tyler Furlow. Cody Sargent added a lead-off double in the second inning.

For Pine Valley, Thomas Raiport had three hits, including a double and also pitched a complete game in getting the loss.