Youth Baseball, Softball


The Affinity One Federal Credit Union Blue Jays topped the Rockies, 9-4.

For the winners, Jonah Tonkin had two home runs, Caleb Kindberg a double and Jacob Hills a double.

Natalie Carlson struck a single and a double, and Davon Lamb a double in the loss.


Marcus Kautzman had six strikeouts in two innings as the Mets beat the Nationals, 5-3.

Jordan Smith and had two hits and Hayden Brown was the defensive standout for the Mets.

For the Nationals, Charlie Bailey stroked two hits and drove in two runs, Drew Wigren struck out two batters in his only inning of pitching and Tim Galati was the defensive standout.

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Ben Livingston stroked two hits with two RBIs and Ethan McNamara added two hits as the Pirates blanked the Cubs, 11-0.

Mitchell Pascarella fanned five in the win. Mayson Matthews doubled and had five strikeouts for the Cubs.

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Bryce Deering pitched and Drew Keppel and Brown were the top players when the Mets prevailed over the Cubs, 9-7.

Aden Froah tripled, Brady Fye singled and Matthews had five strikeouts in three innings for the Cubs.

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Froah whiffed three with Matthews and E. Scroxton having hits as the Cubs topped the Nationals, 15-9.

Steve Ryan had three strikeouts, Simon Pirello two hits with two runs and Lunz three runs with an RBI for the Nationals.


Griffin Bogdanowicz struck out eight and had an RBI as the Reds defeated the Yankees, 6-5.

Chris Miller fanned four and was the outstanding defensive performer for the Reds.

Andrew Lindell belted out a pair of hits and Jared Pearson fanned five for the Yankees.

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The Red Sox and the Blue Jays tied 6-6 with Ashton Matthews having six strikeouts, Ben Bailey a triple and Donovan Schnars a single for the Red Sox.

Nate Card had six strikeouts plus a double and a triple and Ethan Luce delivered two hits for the Blue Jays.

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Tucker Gesing had six strikeouts and Braedon Odando three in his first pitching assignment as the Reds decisioned the Orioles, 10-7.

Miller was again the defensive sparkplug for the Reds.

Sy Farrell struck out seven in three innings, Kurtis Olson had two hits with a double and Conner Tremblay two hits for the Orioles.

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Ashton Matthews was the winning pitcher as the Red Sox edged the Reds, 7-5.

Jed Hirliman had two hits with two RBIs and Jim Mistretta also singled for the Red Sox.

Kaden Swanson delivered a two-run single as did Odando while Miller had five strikeouts for the Reds.


Simeon Lewis cracked three hits and Talon Thayer two while Pete Conley was the defensive standout as the Tigers whitewashed the Indians, 12-0.

For the Indians, Gabe Lamb was the offensive standout, Anthony Pratt and Jerry Leighton were the defensive standouts.

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Dustin Hendrix was the defensive standout and Sam Kautzman was a top player as the Phillies beat the Cardinals, 7-4.

Lukas Swanson delivered three hits and Laken Chapra added two hits in the loss. Brody Larson was the defensive standout for the Cardinals.

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The Indians took care of the Cardinals, 8-5, with Colin Ryan and Judd Harris having three hits each.

Isaac Pope was the Indians’ defensive standout.

Alyson Dalton had two hits and Micah Lindell one while Andrew Spiesman was the defensive standout for the Cardinals.

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It was the Royals over the Tigers, 6-3, with Seth Vaughn having two doubles among his three hits and Nate Alexander a single.

Zach Kent had two hits and Colin Carlson one while Nick Baretto was the outstanding fielder for Tigers.


Ryan Joslyn and Jacob Payne had three strikeouts and Bryce Jackson stroked two hits and two RBIs in defeat as the Evans Eagles downed the Southwestern Gladiators, 6-3, at LaGrega Field.


Griffin Bogdanowicz, Ashton Bushey and Callon Barron plus Aidan Kennedy pitched the Gladiators to a 3-2 nod over the Evans Eagles.

Josh Truver doubled and Walker Perry was the defensive standout for Southwestern.


Lancaster dropped the Gladiators, 15-7, with Nolan Froah and Chase Kartesz splitting six hits in the loss.

Zack Rhodes added two hits with a double for the Gladiators.


Nicole Youngberg stroked two hits with a double as 3 C’s Catering prevailed over Bemus Point, 9-6.

Sonna Alm had two hits and Macy Youngberg doubled for the winners.

Bailey Fain chipped in with two hits and Ireland Haglund a single while Bemus Point’s Taylor Bower was the defensive Player of the Game.

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Neil’s Propane beat Chris Keefe Builders, 29-17, with Hialeah Johnson as a defensive standout behind the plate and Willa Anderson aggressive on the bases.

Bre Keefe was the offensive standout by scoring two runs and Haley Tripp was the defensive standout in the loss.

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Macy Youngberg and Nicole Youngberg cracked four hits with a double as 3 C’s Catering nipped Custom Cabinetry of Bemus Point, 12-11.

Hannah Cross had three hits, Eliza Schrantz and Katelyn Bemus two hits in the win. Ashley Curtis had a double for the game-winning hit.

Alex Daniels and Courtney Martinez divided four hits and Jackie Nickerson doubled for Custom Cabinetry.

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Sammie Ruhlman fanned seven and Caidyn Lundgren had two doubles, including the game-winning hit, when Rand Machone of Frewsburg edged the Jock Shop, 8-7.

Madison Huggins hit two singles while Gracie Quinones and Madison Clement played good defensive for the winners.

Madison Smith had two hits and Sam Bresson added a triple in the loss.

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Cady Rodgers and Ireland Haglund had two hits and Morgan Overturf was the Player of the Game as Bemus Point edged Southwestern’s Decker Excavating, 10-8.

Olivia Heslink stroked two hits and Katie Lowe was the defensive standout for Southwestern.

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Marra Hovey and Erin Manning played strong defensive games as Neil’s Propane defeated Jamestown, 15-5.

Kylie O’Brien and Kira Ricker were the standout players for Jamestown.

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Emily Lyon fanned six of the first nine batters as Neil’s Propane dropped the Frewsburger, 20-7.

Olivia Morton had a double and a single for Neil’s Propane.

Elise Sposato played solid defense for Frewsburg, which had Sydney Smith as Player of the Game.

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Samantha Snow unloaded a home run and Ashleah Youngberg had two hits as Lynn Development of Falconer beat the Jock Shop, 14-7.

Samantha Bresson and Allison McNally were the Jock Shop’s Players of the Game.

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Emily Melquist struck out 12 and stroked five hits with three being doubles as Lynn Development prevailed over Chris Keefe Builders of Chautauqua.

Kayla Lynn managed four hits and scored three runs and Gracin LaRoy added three hits in the win.

Saige Keefe had three hits and was the offensive Player of the Game and Maddie Anderson was the defensive Player of the Game in defeat.


JACFCU defeated Jamestown Savings Bank, 11-6, behind winning pitcher Jake Tota, who fanned three with four hits in the win.

Sam Franchina, Carter Stam, Tota and Anthony Gullo all notched two hits for the winners and Collin DePonceau struck two singles in the loss.


Matt Dallas stroked three triples and Mark Wilcox had a triple, double and a single as the Falconer Lions routed Ideal Coatings, 15-3.

Bryce Baglia had a triple and a single and Nate Seaholm a triple for the winners, who had Serena Camarata pick up a single.

For Ideal Coatings, Hudson Johnson cracked a home run over the fence and Matt Gullotti doubled while Addison Dove, Jackson Roth and Austin Miller singled.