Baseball, Softball Roundup



Ecklof’s Bakery took a doubleheader from Hallenbeck Auctions by the scores of 10-9 and 11-5.

Dylan Bellardo had a walkoff single as Ecklof’s won over Hallenbeck in the opener.

Josh Martin stroked two hits and Masen Maggio doubled for Ecklof’s.

Harry Monfort sparked Hallenbeck with two hits while Jordan and Jovan Lopez singled in defeat.

Cooper Thomas, Aidan Brumbaugh and Dylan Bellardo led the way for Ecklof’s in the second game.

Collyn Maloney, Andrew Harrier and Nolan Scoma each singled in vain.


Riley Piazza, Owen Maggio and Jameson Trussler stroked two hits as Piazza’s Carpet One toppled Cusimano’s, 14-6.

Among Maggio’s hits was a home run.

Alex Latone had a double for Cusimano’s.

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Maggio and Kyle Dean each delivered a double when Piazza’s Carpet prevailed over Jock Shop, 17-2.

Issac Cintron stroked a double in the loss.

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Liam Conroe doubled and singled to lead Cusimano’s past Lions Club, 13-12.

Angelo Ciancio had a single and two runs scored for the winners while Tyler Giambelluca and Mitchell Lee had a single and plated two runs for the Lions.


Roger Luvison & Sons took a doubleheader from Kendall Club by scores of 4-3 and 7-2,

Ella Propheter and Noah Rivera had two hits and Jose Sanchez drove in three runs with a single in the first game win for Luvison.

For Kendall Club, Matthew Bigelow, Cole Bloomquist and Maxwell Knight had two hits.

In the second game. Luvison was paced by Keith Miller, Adam Powell and Julian Hines with two hits.

Bigelow, Bloomquist and Thomas Pratton had two hits for Kendall.

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Aric Bloomquist had four hits as ERA Zahn outlasted LSS.

Patrick Spencer and Stefano Isabella delivered three hits for the victors.

Raegan Francis and Nate Cornell delivered in runs for LSS.



Trent Wood and Ben Schrader shared a two-hitter as Falconer Stuart Tool & Die edged Bemus Point, 8-5.

Tom Leccedone, Bobby Samuelson and Schrader had two hits to lead the winning attack. Leccedone smacked a triple and Schrader a double.

Trent Wood, Tyler Olson, Ben Blomquist and Colby Gordon contributed singles for Falconer.

Zack Fischer cracked a triple and Ben Lockwood a single for the only hits for Bemus Point.

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Colby Gordon was on the mound as Falconer Stuart Tool & Die defeated Gerry, 12-4.

Trent Wood tripled and singled and Tim Wright added two hits with a double and Ben Schrader doubled for the winners.

Collin Barmore delivered two hits for Gerry.




Emily Melquist fanned eight and gained the win as Lynn Development Group of Falconer downed STGBRS of Jamestown, 6-5.

Kayla Lynn and Ava Fenton delivered two hits for the victors while Allison Ramsey and Kira Ricker were the Player of the Game for Jamestown.


The B&L Yankees defeated the Tigers, 7-3.

For the Yankees, Trinity Fred slammed a double and a single while Victor Velez, Jonathan Brido and Ricky Dean all contributed two hits.

Christian DeJesus and Conner McKay both drilled two hits for the Tigers.


Slone-Melhuish and Kiwanis squared off in a doubleheader on Thursday.

In game one, Slone-Melhuish came away with a 3-2 victory as Jacob Smeraldo and Jack Carlson both had two hits.

For Kiwanis, Carter Harper and Lliam Hamilton-Kraft had two hits and Aidan Senear was the defensive star

Slone-Melhuish also picked up a win in the second game, topping Kiwanis, 5-3.

For the winners, Tyler Zwald, Adam Kubera, Michael Patric and Max Digirolamo each contributed two hits

Preston Sperry and Jackson Root produced three hits each and Nicholas Oste was the defense standout for Kiwanis.



Orchard Park beat the Southwestern Gladiators, 10-7. For the Gladiators, Griffin Bogdanowicz pitched two strong innings, Jed Hirliman had two hits and two runs scored; Spencer Kane had a triple; and Ashton Bushey scored twice.


The Royals beat the Cardinals, 6-0.

For the Royals, Chase Hartnett had two hits and Nathan Alexander was the defensive player of the game. For the Cardinals, Landon Moore had a hit and Dalton White was the defensive player of the game.

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The Phillies beat the Indians, 8-1.

For the Phillies, Boden Wendel was defensive player of the game and Berke Lindstrom turned in a stellar performance.

For the Indians, Izabella Hart was defensive player of the game and Jayden Work was offensive player of the game. Rylan Wagner had three hits and Matt Lefler added two.

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The Phillies beat the Royals, 8-7.

For the Phillies, Nick Hurley had three hits and Michael Kunkle added four.

For the Royals, Cole Johnson went three for three with two RBIs and a double. Cameron Gould was the defensive player of the game.


The Pirates beat the Cubs, 7-4.

For the Pirates, Dominic Certo pitched two innings and struck out two. Mitchell Pascarella had two hits with two RBIs and Dominic Certo had one hit and two runs scored. For the Cubs, Mayson Mathews pitched five strikeouts, Dillan Hatch had a single and Peter Torres had a single and a double and a run scored.


The Red Sox beat the Yankees, 7-4.

Ashton Mathews collected seven strikeouts, and Evan Bishop and Ben Bailey each had a double for the Red Sox.

For the Yankees, Aidan Kennedy had five strikeouts and Josh Truver added a base hit.