Youth Baseball, Softball


The B&L Yankees topped the Rockies, 8-4, on Wednesday afternoon.

For the winners, Sierra Traver and Trinity Fred each had three hits, while Pablo Guzman and Abigail Doverspike added two apiece.

For the Rockies, Natalie Carlson and Davon Lamb collected two hits apiece.


Tyler Olson had four hits, Tim Wright three hits with a triple and Trent Wood three hits with a double as Stuart Tool & Die outlasted Bemus Point, 13-9.

Ben Bloomquist and Bobby Samuelson had two hits for the winners.

Easton Tanner delivered three doubles among his four hits and Zach Fischer added two hits in a losing cause.


Jacob Payne was the winning pitcher and had two hits with a double when Bloomquist Landscaping downed Ideal Coatings, 12-3.

Joining Payne with two hits were Bloomquist teammates Nick Seager and Nathan Abbey with a double each. Ray Babyak also had a double.

Addison Dove picked up two hits and Hudson Johnson a double in the loss. Matt Gullotti and Dove combined for 12 strikeouts.

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Nathan Abbey drilled four hits with two triples and double and Alex Little also had four hits with a double as Bloomquist Landscaping prevailed over Chautauqua Lawn Care, 13-6.

Jacob Payne delivered three hits with a double, Nick Seager had two doubles and Ryan Munson had a double and a single for the winners.

Kayden Bianco ripped three hits with a double in the loss.


Alex Card tossed three innings and Drew Keppel had three hits as the Mets took care of the Cubs, 15-5.

Seth Burnett was the defensive standout for the Mets.

Mayson Mathews fanned four in two innings and both he and Aden Froah had hits for the Cubs.

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The Cubs topped the Nationals, 17-5, as Brady Fye had three strikeouts and Mathews three doubles and four RBIs.

Froah added two singles and an RBI for the Cubs.

Cameron Lunz and Steven Ryan scored two runs in defeat.


Sy Farrell struck out six and Cameron Lemk had a triple as the Orioles prevailed over the Reds, 15-8.

Chris Miller also fanned six and DeShon Cook added a two-run single for the Reds.

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Andrew Lindell delivered three hits and pitched the victory when the Yankees defeated the Orioles, 8-4.

Jared Pearson doubled for the winners.

Tucker Richard drilled two hits and with Ashton Munson had a strong defensive game while Farrell fanned four in the loss.


Boden Wendel and Dustin Hendrix had three hits each as the Phillies defeated the Cardinals, 6-2.

Andrew Spelsman and Lukas Svenson had two hits with Svenson doubling for the Cardinals.

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Indians and the Tigers played to a 2-2 tie.

Jayden Work and Collin Ryan drilled two hits each for the Indians while Jackson Baretto delivered three hits and Caleb Blake two for the Tigers.

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Rylan Wagner had three hits Nolan Lefler was the defensive standout when the Indians nipped the Cardinals, 3-2.

Dalton White stroked two hits and Michah Lindell was the defensive player of the game for the Cardinals.

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Jonas Gesing unloaded three hits with a double and Zach Kent also had three hits as the Tigers decisioned the Royals, 7-3.

Seth Vaughn drilled three hits and Ebaad Meer was the defensive standout in vain.


Isaac Hind had two hits and Ryan Joslyn tripled as the Southwestern Gladiators routed the Fredonia Muckdogs, 12-3.

Jack Yost hurled two scoreless innings for the winners.


Emily Lyon fanned five and was the winning pitcher as Neil’s Propane downed Decker Excavating, 10-7.

Morgan McLaughlin had an RBI single for the winners.

Corinne Covert struck out seven and Katie Lowe was the defensive player of the game.

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Taylor Bower had three hits and scored three runs as Bemus Point stopped Chris Keefe Builders, 12-1.

Morgan Overturf also had three hits for the winners and teammate Lily Benedetto was the defensive Player of the Game.

Haley Tripp was the offensive standout and scored the lone run in defeat while Jenna Harte was the defensive standout.