Baseball, Softball Roundup
JAMESTOWN CAL RIPKEN
ERA topped Combined Life, 9-7, as Ayden Hagelin and Reed Slade had three hits apiece and Alexi Spence added two hits
Alden Senear and Camden Lombardo each had a pair of hits for Combined Life and Nickalas Gaeta was the player of the game.
Lutheran Social Services topped Roger Luvison & Son, 9-6, on Sunday at Allen Park.
For the winners, Eian Cooley and Zachary Cornell drilled four hits apiece with Ben Cornell, Reagan Powers, Donavynn Stiverson and Nate Cornell contributing a combined 10 hits and six RBIs.
Ella Propheter and Noah Rivera delivered three hits each for Roger Luvison & Son and Conner Buck and Ethan Harding both had two hits.
The Hiller Tire Yankees rolled to a 17-4 victory over the Combined Insurance Dodgers.
For the winners, Curtis Hannon belted two triples, a double and a single and Gage Swanson, Lucas Sopak and Jacob Sears all had three hits, including a double.
Mason Kilmer, Brayden Scott, Trey LaRoy each contributed three hits for the Dodgers.
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Brodie Little collected six hits, Joey Pillittieri (three doubles) and Jase Smith five apiece and Drake DiDomenico three as the Southside Redemption Cardinals downed the Southern Tier Family Dental Giants, 22-7.
Evan Reynolds had three hits, Devin Dabic a triple and Dalton Caldwell a double for the Giants.
Panama posted a 12-2 win over Frewsburg 2 as Lilly Odell, Peyton Range and Kylie Morgan all hit doubles and Range also added three singles and scored three runs.
Odell was named as the defensive standout.
Teagan Trocki connected for six hits to pace Frewsburg 2, Sam Walrod was named the offensive player of the game and Kaylee Cappa shined on defense.
Church of the Nazarine topped Jamestown, led by Jordynn Main, Katie Davis and McKenzie Westley with three hits each and McKenzie Westley also contributed offensively. Main also scored a run.
For Jamestown, Juliana Yanik had three hits, Kaylee Smith and Ellie Giambelluca both had two hits and scored twice and Alexis Hallberg was also an offensive star.
Alyssa McCarthy and Paige King combined on a two-hitter and struck out 10 to lead Falconer II to a 21-8 victory over Jamestown.
McCarthy helped her own cause with three hits, including a triple, and Olivia Adam chipped in two hits, one a double.