Baseball, Softball Roundup



Emmaleigh Pratt had three hits, including two doubles, and Payton Sheesley and Alexa Wagner divided four hits as Premier Finishing prevailed over Chautauqua Federal Credit Union, 21-13.

Sam Kent and Rheanna Brunecz had two hits while Alex Rivera was the defensive standout in the loss.

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Morgan Tracy stroked four hits and Emma Wong was the winning pitcher as Jamestown Dental beat the Chautauqua Federal Credit Union, 16-9.

Kenzie Haines doubled among her three hits and Emily Spitz was the defensive standout for the winners.

For the Chautauqua Federal Credit Union, Mikeala LeBarron and Rivera were the standouts offensively and Rheanna Brunco was the standout defensively.

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Jamestown Dental beat Neil’s Propane, 16-10, with Karlie Blodien and Madison Christ leading the offense and Karleigh Haines the defense.

Maci Johnson stroked two triples and Natalie Angeletti doubled for Panama, which had Abbi Lisciando as a pitching standout.


Abigail Pitts belted out four hits and Nikola Whitford added three hits as Randolph Auto downed Hallenbeck Estate Sales, 16-6.

Sadie Steward was the defensive standout for the winners.

Jacey Cappo had four hits, Kaylee Johnson three hits and Sam Walrod was a defensive standout.


Cameron Darling and Daniel Stenstrom had six hits with Stenstrom having two doubles and Darling a double as the Gamerz Haven Tigers downed the B&L Yankees, 11-1.

Conner McKay unloaded a home run for the Tigers.

Ricky Jo Dean stroked two hits, Cirria Traver also had two hits and Trinity Fred connected for a single in the loss.



James Fiorella and Drake DiDomenico enjoyed sensational performances with five hits apiece as the South Side Redemption Cardinals defeated the Combined Insurance Dodgers, 26-6.

Among the hits for Fiorella were two doubles and an inside-the-park home run, while DiDomenico smacked a double and an inside-the-park home run. Gunnar Silk, Hunter Edwards and Joey Pillittieri chipped in with three hits in the winning cause.

For the Dodgers, Myles Pickup, Damen Vincent and Dylan Alexander all had two hits.


Peyton Olson and Brandon Michael combined for a one-hitter as Lena’s topped Ecklof’s Bakery, 13-1.

Tyler Swegles’ RBI single in the first inning off Olson was the only hit.

Olson also rapped a home run over the fence at Bergman Park and singled, Gabriel Colon contributed two hits, including a two-run single, and Ivan DeJesus doubled and singled for the winners.