Youth Baseball, Softball League


Logan Fain pitched Bemus Point VFW to victory in the East Lake Babe Ruth League Thursday night.

Fain tossed a two-hitter with six strikeouts and four walks in the 14-1 win over South Dayton.

Dalton DuBois had three hits and Nash Nelson two in the game that saw no extra-base hits.

Kevin Hunt picked up both of South Dayton hits.


Gary’s CARSTAR of Randolph prevailed over Carlton Homes of Southwestern, 8-5, and Frewsburg Lanes, 14-4.

Valerie Crouse and Sydney Hvizdzak were the standout players for Gary’s against Carlton Homes, which had Angela Lunz and Janna Jose as its standout performers.

Emily Beightol and Makena Adams were the standouts for Gary’s versus Frewsburg Lanes, which had Ashley Carlson and Sam Smith as the standouts.

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Liz Comstock and Lexi Marsh had two hits and Claire Heimburg doubled as Neil’s Propane downed Frewsburg Lanes, 29-12.

Maci Johnson added a hit in the winning cause. Hope Marshall and Natalie Odell were Neil’s outstanding players.

Rasha Constable played outstanding offensively and Ashley Carlson defensively for Frewsburg.

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Catcher Alex Rivera ended the game by throwing out the runner trying to steal with teammate Katlyn Livermore making the tag as Chautauqua Federal Credit Union, Falconer II, outlasted Southwestern, 23-22.

Julia Mead and Kassidy Labarr had their first hits of the year for Falconer while the pitchers were Rheanna Brunco and Ashley Pierce.

Hannah Swan-Leuze and Skylar Thorpe were the Southwestern standouts.


Quinn Pence and Kameron Luce drilled three hits each as Randolph Auto decisioned Beaver Boys Construction of Southwestern, 11-6.

Jaclynn Flood was outstanding defensively for her play at third base for the winners.

Lillian Allen had four hits and Arrington Restivo and Brooke Long were outstanding defensively for Southwestern.

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Randolph Auto also defeated Frewsburg II, 16-6, with Abigail Pitts having four hits and Nikola Whitford three.

Sadie Steward was the defensive standout as the pitcher for the winners.

In defeat, Jacey Cappo drilled four hits and Kaylee Johnson three while Sam Walrod was the defensive standout.


The Jamestown Tigers Beat the Kingsville Renegades, 20-5, on Thursday afternoon.

Chris Haase led the way with four hits, including a double with four RBIs. Nolan Hunt had three hits with a double and a triple, Colin Stack three hits for two RBIs and Brandon Johnston two hits. Also, Bram Johnson had two hits with an RBI, Win Nelson two hits with a double and four RBIs, Will Lucas three hits and three RBIs, and Cameron Haberberger three hits with a double and three RBIs.

Nelson and Hunt split time on the hill and threw a combined eight strikeouts with one earned run.