Youth Baseball, Softball


Bryce Baglia, Nate Seaholm and Matt Dallas had three hits as the Falconer Lions defeated the Falconer Moose, 13-7.

Baglia and Seaholm connected for home runs over the fence and Baglia also doubled as did Dallas in the win.

Mark Wilcox singled twice and Brock Johnson, Devon Swan and Dakota Giambelluca singled for the winners.

Devin Anderson and Jedd Jaroszynski tripled and Gavyn Wood singled for the Moose.


Win Nelson and Nolan Hunt scattered four hits six hits while striking out 10 and walking only one as the Jamestown Tigers opened the season with a 1-0 victory over the Ontario International in the Can-American Tournament at Williamsville South.

Nelson went four innings and fanned five and Hunt the final two and also whiffed five. They each gave up two hits.

The only run came in the home second inning when Chad Nelson walked and eventually came home on a wild pitch.

Hunt singled for the only Tigers’ hit in the fourth inning.

Today, the Tigers have a doubleheader today with a 9:30 a.m. game with the Western New York Katz and at 12:30 p.m. against the Ontario Terriers.

The round-robin tourney continues on Sunday.


The Southern Tier Family Dentistry Giants and the Hiller Tire Yankees battled to a 15-15 deadlock.

Ashley Pierce cracked three hits with a three-run triple, Dalton Caldwell and Finley Pavlock added also three hits for the winners.

Curtis Hannon stroked three hits with two doubles and a triple while Gage Swanson and Nathan Kujawa contributed three hits as well in defeat.

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The Falconer Lions topped Chautauqua Lawn Care, 7-5.

For the winners, Mark Wilcox slammed a pair of triples and Matt Dallas tripled. Serena Camerata and Brock Johnson were also offensive contributors.

Kaden Blanco struck out 11 for Chautauqua Lawn Care and Kaden Myers, Jake Swanson and Reed Cheney were the offensive standouts.


Jaclynn Flood had three hits as Randolph Auto prevailed over Jamestown No. 1, 6-4.

Donnillynn Sheldon came through with two hits and Nichols Whitford excelled at catcher in the win.

Juliana Yanik led Jamestown No. 1 with three hits.

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Addison Beaver drilled two hits when Randolph Auto edged Jamestown No. 3, 9-7.

Sofia Bieniek connected for his first hit of the season and Flood made several fine plays at third base for Randolph Auto.

McKenna Cuifolo belted out four hits, Riley Burnette two hits while Megan Kubera and Emma Krzanak were the defensive standouts in the defeat.

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Sadie Steward had three hits and Kameron Luce two as Randolph Auto defeated Church of the Nazarene, 9-6.

Izzy Balcon pitched the victory for Randolph Auto.

Jordynn Main and Alyson Canfield split four hits and Church of Nazarene teammate Emily O’Hara was the defensive standout.

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Elise Coffin stroked four hits when ACK Services of Southwestern stopped Randolph Auto, 16-6.

Audrina Olson had three hits and Jaidyn Newhouse was the defensive standout for ACK Services.

For Randolph Auto, Andie Frame delivered three hits, Taylor Costa one and Alaina Butler was the defensive standout at first base.

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Frewsburg Pharmacy decisioned Beaver Brothers Construction, 12-10, with strong defense from Brea Rubrecht, Breelyn Stelmack and Avery Lampo.

Gracie Conlan and Aleah Bjork were the offensive standouts for FL.

Peyton Lilly and Marley Ohl were the offensive standouts and Reece Beaver was the defensive standout in vain.


Sloan-Melhuish defeated Kendall Club, 7-4, as Jack Carlson led the way with four hits and Adam Kubera and Jacob Smeraldo both had three hits.

Domink Piazza and Max Knight each connected for three hits, Aiden Samuelson had two hits and Cole Bloomquist drilled a double for the Kendall Club.

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Joseph Mistretta, Taitum Mabee and Connor Bush had three hits as LSS downed Combined Life Insurance, 8-2.

Jackson Root, Camden Lombardo and Lliam Hamilton-Kraft delivered two hits for Combined Life.