Baseball, Softball Roundup

SOUTHWESTERN AREA SPORTS

MAJORS DIVISION

Marcus Kautzman fanned nine in three innings and Alex Card had three hits and an RBI triple as the Mets prevailed over the Nationals, 14-4.

Jon Pearson was the defensive standout for the Mets.

Zach Johnson singled and Steven Ryan was the defensive standout for the Nationals.

MINORS DIVISION

Joe Pierce fanned five and Walker Perry stroked two hits and Nate Card tripled as the Blue Jays topped the Reds, 10-7.

Griffin Bogdanowicz also fanned five and Reds teammates Ethan Livingston played strong defensively while Alec Triskett scored two runs.

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Jared Pearson cracked three hits and Aiden Kennedy struck out eight when the Yankees beat the Blue Jays, 11-3.

Jack Swan was the defensive standout for the winners.

Pierce recorded six strikeouts, Zack Rhodes a RBI single and Ethan Luce had the play of the game.

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The Red Sox beat the Orioles, 18-7, and the Blue Jays.

Ashton Mathews stroked three hits and Trenton Shutters two while Ben Bailey fanned six in the Red Sox victory over the Orioles.

Jayce Neal had three hits with a double and pitched an inning while Caleb Bareto had two hits and went three innings for the Blue Jays.

Mike Gerace had three hits and two RBIs and Jimmy Mistretta two hits and two RBIs for the Red Sox against the Blue Jays.

Jed Hirliman fanned eight Blue Jays, who had Nate Card on the mound with five strikeouts.

Max Marshall had a triple and Spencer Kane a single for the Blue Jays.

SOUTHTOWNS TRAVEL LEAGUE

U-10 DIVISION

Ashton Bushey had the game winning hit that scored Aidan Kennedy to give the Southwestern Gladiators a 3-2 win over Lakeview Blue.

Bushey, Kennedy and Griffin Bogdanowicz did the pitching for the Gladiators.

FALCONER LITTLE LEAGUE

Bryce Baglia had an inside-the-park home run and a double and Matt Dallas two singles when the Falconer Lions defeated Chautauqua Lawn Care, 12-8.

Baglia was also the winning pitcher with eight strikeouts while singles were picked up by Nate Seaholm, Mark Wilcox, Brook Johnson and Serena Camarata.

Cal Pierce tripled, Kaden Bianco and Jake Swanson singled in defeat.

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Wilcox and Baglia combined on a shutout as the Falconer Lions beat the Falconer Moose, 7-0.

Wilcox rapped a inside-the-park three-run home run and Baglia ripped a triple and a single in the win.

Kaden Myers doubled and Matt Dallas, Kaden Dove and Ryan Hallett contributed hits for the winners.

For the Moose, Peyton Dustin and Jedd Jaroszynski had singles and Jaroszynski chalked up 10 strikeouts.

FALCONER T-BALL

The Rangers captured three wins over the Pirates, Tigers and Cubs.

Allison Burdic and Jaxson Wilcox led the way for the Rangers against the Pirates, who were led by Yabey Guzman and Mark Mescall.

Chase Bonta and Dominic Gonzalez were the Rangers standouts in the game with the Tigers. Christopher Smith and Zoey Pate paced the Tigers.

Eligh DeLeon and Dominic Holmes sparked the Rangers against the Cubs. Chase Kolstee and Evan Maloney were the standouts for the Cubs.

FALCONER MINOR LEAGUE

Jase Smith delivered three hits and Reid DiDomenico and James Fiorella two hits as the South Side Redemption Cardinals edged the Southern Tier Rental Giants, 8-7.

Evan Newman, Alex Reynolds and Nick Oakes had two hits for the Giants.

CITY SLO-PITCH

SOFTBALL LEAGUE

Scott Meachum, Judd Meachum, Andrew Mattson and Ken Bedford Sr, had three hits each as Gametime defeated Pun’s, 17-5.

SOUTHERN TIER GIRLS

ROOKIE DIVISION

Panama recorded three wins recently as it beat Frewsburg No. 1 , 9-1, Jamestown No. 1, 14-4 and Jamestown No. 3, 17-7.

Cassie Lyon, Kylie Morgan and Connie Hovey all stroked three hits in win over Frewsburg. Kylie Range was the offensive Player of the Game for Panama and delivered two hits.

Aysia Reed and Zoe Lawson had four hits in the win over Jamestown No. 1 while Lily Devine scored four runs and Anais Monceau added two hits.

Lily Odell was the defensive standout for Panama.

Alexis Ackley and Haileigh Peterson delivered three hits for Jamestown No. 1.

Odell and Range each doubled while Morgan scored four runs and Ariana Oaks had three hits and two runs in Panama’s win over Jamestown No. 3.

Hovey was the defensive standout for Panama.

Olivia Kubera shined on offense and defense in the loss while Bella Wright was the defensive Player of the Game and Lavana Near was the offensive Player of the Game.

JAMESTOWN CAL RIPKEN

ROOKIES

True Value shut out Kiwanis, 5-0 and Cal Dougher, Connor Higgs and Logan McIntosh all had two hits in the win.

For Kiwanis, Jackson Root doubled and singled and Antoine Rodriguez, Shane Gillispie and Aiden Senear also contributed on offense.

CITY REC

The Affinty One Credit Union Blue Jays rolled to a 13-2 victory over the Tigers on Tuesday as Josh Tonkin drilled a home run and a single, Calista Hester had two singles and a double and Jimmy Schauers doubled.

For the Tigers, Brandon Beardsley connected for a single and a double, Christian DeJesus doubled and Cameron Darling had a triple and a single.

On Saturday, the Blue Jays also routed the Yankees, 17-3, with Jonah Tonkin hammering two home runs and a double. Also in the win Elijah Kester shined with a home run, triple and a single and Christian Franiewicz had a double and a single.

For the Yankees, Trinity Fred delivered a home run, Mackenzie Ellsworth had a single and a double and Devon Hillman had a triple and a single.

INTERLEAGUE LL

Emmett Carlson had five hits, including a triple, as Frewsburger rolled to a 24-7 win over Van Rensselaer & Son.

Also for the winners, Caleb Carr connected for four hits, Aaron Hair had three hits and Nick Emley, Cooper Spielman, Ryan Schreckengost, Brayden Coleson and Cole Bender all had two hits.

Emley also racked up five strikeouts to get the win in three innings of work.

For Van Rensselaer & Son Jadon Barron had two hits.

VALLEY LEAGUE MINORS

The Sinclairville Cardinals topped the Cassadaga Reds 20-9 behind winning pitcher Quentin Shreeve. John Brocklebank had three home runs in the win with five RBIs while Kynan Egan was 4-for-4 with two triples.

Paul Keller and Jared Doreman had two hits each for the Reds.