Youth Baseball Roundup



Behind the pitching of Dakota McIntyre, the Eagles Club prevailed over JACSU, 5-1.

McIntyre tossed a two-hitter with six strikeouts and a walk.

Jacob Zweig had two hits and Gunnar Carlson socked a triple for the winners.

Brown and Tota stroked singles for JACSU.

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Carson Peters got the big hit with two outs as the Jock Shop nipped Combined Life Insurance, 10-9.

Peters tripled in Mark Mammoser and Griffin Noon with the tying and winning runs in the seventh inning for the come-from-behind win.

Mammoser and Noon had singled to set up Peters with the winning hit.

Noon was the winning pitcher in going 6innings with 10 strikeouts and six walks.

Peters wound up with three hits and four RBIs for the winners. Devonta Johnson hit a two-run home run over the fence and Gavin Bowen doubled and singled.

For Combined Insurance, Salvador Carmona had three hits, and Michael Nixon and Niko Pannes (triple) had two apiece.


James Slick II stroked three hits and Josh Tonkin hit a home run over the fence and tripled as the Affinity One/Federal Credit Union Blue Jays upended the Tigers, 22-4.

MaKenzie Hills added two singles in the win.

Brandon Beardsley lashed three hits with a double, Hannah Peterson two hits and Jovante Turner doubled for the Tigers.


Roger Luvison & Sons and ERA Team Zahn split a twin bill with each winning by a score of 5-4.

The first game went to Luvison & Sons with Noah Rivera, Adam Powell and Donte James having two hits.

Gavin Quattrone, Lucas Beardsley and Alexi Spence were the standouts in the loss.

The nightcap went to ERA Team Zahn as Patrick Spencer, Ayden Hagelin and Xavier Foust had two hits. Spencer had an inside-the-park home run and Hagelin added a double.

For Luvison, Keith Miller, Jose Sanchez and Connor Buck stroked two hits each.


Peyton Olson spun a one-hitter with nine strikeouts and five walks as Lena’s Pizza prevailed over Lewis & Lewis, 8-0.

Caleb Abbey stroked two hits, Cameron Curtis had his first hit and Josh Zielinski added an RBI single for Lena’s.

Christian Dolce had the lone hit for Lewis & Lewis.

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Lena’s completed the twin bill by taking Hallenbeck’s, 12-5, with Gabe Colon hitting a three-run double and Olson an inside-the-park home run.

Alex Tremblay had a two-run single and Ethan Long recorded his first hit for the winners.

Mason Tomczak cracked a RBI double, Nick Pannes a RBI single and Nolan Scoma singled in the loss.



Carter Sisson pitched the victory and had two hits as the Gerry Jammers prevailed over Cherry Creek Noco, 17-5.

Nick Denslow had three hits with a bases-clearing double and Isaac Wenger added two hits for the winners, who played strong defense.

Zack Sisson, Joe Krenzer and Garrett Swan came through with RBI singles in the win.

Bryce Serco smacked a home run for Cherry Creek.


Bemus Point picked up a 13-3 win over South Dayton thanks to a two-hitter with seven strikeouts by Matt Roach. Roach also helped his own cause with three hits, including a double.

Logan Fain aided Bemus Point in relief.


Mark Wilcox had two triples and Matt Dallas a triple as the Falconer Lions defeated Chautauqua Lawn Care, 7-5.

Serena Camarata and Brock Johnson had singles in the win.

Kaden Bianco recorded 11 strikeouts in a losing cause while teammates Kaden Myers, Jake Swanson and Reed Cheney picked up singles.