Baseball, Softball Roundup
EAST LAKE BABE RUTH
PREP LEAGUE (13)
Tim Wright delivered three hits with a double and Ben Bloomquist added two hits with a double as Falconer’s Stuart Tool & Die beat Bemus Point, 17-8.
Tony Fiasco, Tom Leccedone, Colby Gordon, Bobby Samuelson, Ben Schrader, Tyler Olson and Trent Wood added singles. Wood also had a triple in Stuart’s 11-4 win over Bemus Point recently.
Tyler Hall had three hits with a double and Teige Jones contributed two singles for Bemus Point.
FALCONER LITTLE LEAGUE
Jacob Payne had three hits with a double and Nick Seager added three singles when Bloomquist Landscaping prevailed over the Moose Lodge, 13-9.
Ryan Stimson, Ray Babyak and Carson Olson connected for two singles for the winners.
Jon Bellardo had an inside-the-park home run, Devon Wood added a triple and Gavyn Wood had his first hit in defeat.
FALCONER MINOR LEAGUE
Eight players had three hits as the Hiller Tire Yankees outslugged the South Side Redemption Cardinals, 16-9.
Jack Shea, Nathan Kujawa, Toby Gifford, Curtis Hannon, Lucas Sopak, Ethyn Gilbert, Devyn Morrison and John Mosher all had three hits in the winning attack.
For the Cardinals, James Fiorella and Joey Pillittieri had inside-the-park home runs while Nolan LeBarron and Brodie Little added three hits.
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Dalton Caldwell recorded a two-run home run among his three hits and Tage Pierce doubled twice among his three hits as the Southern Tier Family Dentistry Giants stopped the Combined Insurance Dodgers, 17-5.
Anthony Wood, Alex Reynolds and Nick Oakes all had three singles as well for the victors while Ashley Pierce made a defensive gem and turned it into a double play.
David Donisi and Trey Laroy each had two singles for the Dodgers.
CITY REC LEAGUE (8-12)
Elijah Kester provided the power with two home runs and Trent Chapman homered and singled as the Affinity One-Federal Credit Union Blue Jays downed the Rockies, 14-4.
Conner Murray added three hits in the winning cause.
Caleb Badgeley cracked two singles and a double, Stephen Lamb delivered three singles and Noah Gonzalez doubled for the Rockies.