Baseball, Softball Roundup


Premier Finishing defeated Neil’s Propane, 21-14, behind two hits from Grace Camarata.

Payton Sheesley belted a double and Melanie Paulisick was the defensive player of the game.

For Neil’s Propane, Lexi Marsh had three hits while Maci Johnson, Abi Lisciandro and Natalie Angeletti had two hits each.

In their second game of the day, Premier Finishing defeated Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union, 21-13. Emmaleigh Pratt smacked three hits, including two doubles, and Payton Sheesley and Alexa Wagner split four hits.

Sam Kent and Rheanna Bruno had two hits in the loss, while Alex Rivera was the defensive player of the game.

Farm Fresh Foods Southwestern 1 defeated STGBRS Bemus Point Chautauqua Lake, 13-0.

Sydney Burk had a home run among her three hits in the win. Xiane Smith and Sally Rudny also had three hits apiece.

Burk and Kate Johnson combined to pitch the shutout.

Tessa Warner and Allison Johnson were the offensive players of the game for Bemus Point/Chautauqua Lake and Samantha Elleman and Katelyn Knight were the defensive players of the game.

Townline Auto Parts Falconer 2 defeated Diamond Cafe and Catering Southwestern, 8-4 and 5-4.

Hannah Steele had two doubles, and Taylor King and Hannah Pratt had two hits each for the winners in the first game.

Kyla Gunnell was the offensive player of the game for Diamond Cafe and Brittney Davis was the defensive standout.

In the second game, Paige King’s two-run double in the bottom of the sixth secured the come-from-behind win. She finished the game with a triple as well and Lindahl had two hits with a double.

Sarah Chau was the offensive standout in the loss and Megan Seeley the defensive standout.


The Jamestown Tigers won two games during a tripleheader on Sunday afternoon, with the first win coming in walk-off fashion. Nolan Hunt smacked a single to score Kyle Mayer in the bottom of the ninth, giving the Tigers a 2-1 win.

Kyle Emerson had two base hits with an RBI, and Tage Johnson threw six innings.

Hunt took over for Johnson and had six strikeouts the rest of the way.

In their second game the Tigers prevailed, 9-8, over the Cheektowaga Sharks. Bram Johnson had two hits, Hunt two hits with a double and two RBIs, and Win Nelson two doubles with two RBIs.

Also on offense, Kassidy Howard collected two RBIs, Chris Haase had two RBIs and a double, and Brett Payne had two hits.

Koby Carder and Chad Nelson split the game on the hill and combined for nine strikouts and two earned runs.

Jamestown dropped its final game, 16-9, to Full Circuit of Buffalo.

Colin Stack had three hits with a triple and two RBIs, Haase added two hits, Jimmy Schwab two doubles and Hunt three RBIs in the loss.


Brandon Luke tossed a one-hitter as Stuart Tool & Die shut out Stockton, 8-0.

Luke also starred at the plate with a single and a triple. Cameron Delvalle, Duel Card, Colbi Gordon and Gage Lindell each had two singles.

Jake Beebe had the only hit for Stockton.


JACFCU defeated the Jock Shop, 4-3, as Andrew Sisson tossed a complete-game three-hitter.

The offense was led by Jake Tota with three hits. Oneil Rosado added two hits, including a double.

JACFCU was down 2-1 going in to the top of the seventh, but scored three runs with run- scoring hits from Jake Brown, Sisson and Rosado.

Griffen Noon drove in a run in the bottom of the seventh for the Jock Shop to close the gap and Carson Peters and Devonta Johnson shined on offense.



Falconer 2’s Chautauqua Federal Credit Union edged Panama ,11-8.

Maia Davis and Sierra Delahoy shined on offense for CFCU and the defensive standouts were Mikaela Lebaron, Ashley Pierce and Alex Rivera.

For Panama, Kaylee Rice was named offensive player of the game and Maci Johnson, Abi Lisciandro and Nat Angeletti shared defensive honors.



In game one, Falconer 1’s Jamestown Pediatrics downed the Jamestown 2’s Church of the Nazarene, 16-6.

Emily Zaranek led the way with four hits while scoring three runs, and Leeya Riley also slammed four hits. Emily Payne and Mrlei Armstrong were picked as the defensive players of the game.

Emily O’Hara and Ashley Smith were the offensive stars for the Church of the Nazarene and Jillian Sharp was outstanding on defense.

In game two, Jamestown Pediatrics picked up another victory, beating Jamestown 3, 14-10.

Brynn Zaranek and Mylie Zaranek each had three hits and scored a run to lead the winners while Kameron Harper and Sarah Harvey led the defense.

For Jamestown 3, Megan Kubera and Lavanna Near were the offensive stars while Kubera and Gracelyn Stevenson topped the defense.

Southwestern 1’s Beaver Boys’ Construction cruised to a 16-10 win over Jamestown 2’s Church of the Nazarene.

Peyton Little and Katelyn Casel shined on offense and Ashlyn Weaver led the Beaver Boys’ team on defense.

For Jamestown 2, Allison Scott was the offensive standout and defensive honors went to Katie David and Payton Horton.

SCFCU defeated Frewsburg Lanes, 20-10, as Sarah Disbro connected for a grand slam and added a single, and Kassidy Labarr and Sierra Delahoy also shined on offense. Ashley Pierce was solid on defense.