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Panama’s Madalyn Bowen (7) meets Maple Grove’s Maddie Welsh (18) and  Olivia Pembridge (11) at the net during Monday’s South Division volleyball match at Maple Grove Junior-Senior High School.
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Panama Outlasts Maple Grove In South Division Clash

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The legions of fans that poured into the gymnasium on Dutch Hollow Road Monday evening to watch a clash of unbeaten South Division volleyball foes got everything they bargained for and more. “At the state championship I don’t know that we went five sets, but this was almost better ...

Max Blair Wins Eriez Speedway’s ‘Rohrer Memorial Day 2’

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HAMMETT, Pa. — The first Bob Rohrer Memorial was run with a full evening of Zimmer Service Center ULMS/Plyler Entry Systems Super Late Model racing plus features in the Bonnell Auto Group RUSH Crate Late Models, the Ran-Den Excavating E-Mods, Nelson Lynwood Nursery and Elene’s Treasures ...

Diaz Goal Holds Up, Trojans Edge Olean

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OLEAN — Esteban Diaz scored the lone goal as Southwestern downed Olean in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus West Division boys soccer action Monday night. Diaz tallied an unassisted goal at 1:59 of the first half and that stood up the rest of the way. Brandon Fardink of Southwestern and Jack ...

Foti, Lyon Lead Bowling

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Alex Foti and Heather Lyon had notable performances to highlight the area bowling action. Foti upended a 253-232-243-738 in the Acme Appliance League over the weekend and Lyon put together a 241-227-223-691 for JBC Pro Shop in the Monday Night Ladies Classic at Jamestown Bowling ...

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Cable Hollow GC Champs

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The Paul Holmes Memorial Monday Night League crowned its season-ending champions at Cable Hollow Golf Course recently. Above, from the left, are Kim Abbey, Jerry Abbey and Dale Melquist. The Abbeys held on with a four-point lead to take the back-side championship title for the second straight ...

Junior Bowling

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JAMESTOWN BOWLING COMPANY Brandon Michael led the way with a 235-179-226-640 in the Junior-Majors League and Austin Aldrich was second with a 214-235-179-628. Zachary Kerins rolled a 118-132-104-354 in the Prep Division where Nicholas Houston hit a 133-114-334, Tyler Swanson topped the ...

Adult Hockey

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SHULTS AUTO GROUP LEAGUE OPEN DIVISION One-sided games highlighted the action at Northwest Arena on Sunday. Hatrick Swayne, behind three goals from Tom Mazzurco, defeated the Monnies, 13-3. Nathan Meelan, Levi Madden and David Lobb had two goals each while one was picked up by Nick ...

T’Birds Post Volleyball Win

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CHAUTAUQUA — Olivia Anderson had 12 kills, three digs and three blocks, and Maddy Harle added eight aces, five digs and 13 assists as Chautauqua Lake improved its record to 4-2 by defeating Clymer, 25-13, 25-21, 25-12, in CCAA South Division volleyball Monday. Abbie Henry added three kills, ...

HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE

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TODAY GIRLS SWIMMING Williamsville North at Jamestown, 6 p.m. Allegany-Limestone at Southwestern, 6 p.m. Frewsburg at Chautauqua Lake, 5 p.m. Fredonia/Dunkirk at Salamanca, 5:30 p.m. CROSS COUNTRY Cattaraugus-Little Valley, Jamestown, Franklinville at Maple Grove, 4:15 ...

Jamestown Community College’s Alexa Dix heads in one of her three goals during an NJCAA soccer victory over Lorain County CC on Sunday. 
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JCC Men’s & Women’s Teams Post Wins Over Lorain CCC

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The Jamestown Community College men’s soccer team had a productive weekend. It also finally had a full complement of players. Added together, Coach Pat Anderson liked the result. Madani Ba scored three goals, while teammates Brandon Greiner, Donald Amborski and Tyler Pride added one ...

Falconer Native Sets State Record In Deadlift At World Cup

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Falconer native Dave Edborg has a long and happy history with the Rochester Institute of Technology—and the future looks just as promising as the past. For more than three decades, he has worked for public safety on the campus on his way to a current posting as patrol major, and before that ...

Xpress Rally From Three-Goal Deficit To Down Wooster

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WOOSTER, Ohio — Trailing 3-0 after the first period, the Southern Tier Xpress controlled the NA3HL game the rest of the way en route to a 6-3 victory over Wooster on Sunday at Alice Noble Ice Arena. Assistant captain Michael Lamison scored 30 seconds into the second period and the Xpress ...

HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE

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VOLLEYBALL Jamestown at Clarence, 7 p.m. Falconer at Southwestern, 6:30 p.m. Panama at Maple Grove, 7 p.m. Cattaraugus-Little Valley at Forestville, 6 p.m.‘ Clymer at Chautauqua Lake, 6:30 p.m. TENNIS Jamestown at Olean, 4 p.m. Frewsburg at Salamanca, 4 p.m. Chautauqua Lake ...

Cleveland Hill quarterback Brett Kochanski (18) is able to pull away from Southwestern’s Colin Melquist during Saturday’s non-league football game.
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Southwestern Finds The Going Tough At Cleveland Hill

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CHEEKTOWAGA — Southwestern cruised through the first three games of its season, outscoring opponents 97-14 on its way to a 3-0 record. On Saturday, Cleveland Hill showed the Trojans that they still have work to do if they plan to unseat the defending Section VI Class C champions. The ...

Silver Creek’s Cossin Places First At East Aurora Invitational

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EAST AURORA — Jaylah Cossin of Silver Creek was victorious in the girls small school race at the East Aurora Invitational cross country meet on Saturday with a time of 19:12.68, leading her squad of runners to a second-place team finish with 70 points, behind Addison with 43. Closely ...

Stockwell Doubles For JHS In Swim Loss To Clarence

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Host Jamestown High School recorded several personal bests in a 117-68 loss to Clarence in an Erie County Interscholastic Conference Division 1 swim meet Friday. Allison Stockwell was first for Jamestown in the 50-yard freestyle with a personal-best 25:26 and took the 100 butterfly in ...

Bird’s Goal Sends JCC Men To First Soccer Victory

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Nyle Bird scored the decisive goal Saturday afternoon as the Jamestown Community College men’s soccer team won for the first time this season. Bird broke a 2-2 deadlock with 14 minutes left in the game as the Jayhawks (1-7-1) edged Corning CC (1-8) in NJCAA Region 3 action. The opening ...

Oldtimers Baseball Team Finishes Season With 12-6 Record

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Jamestown Oldtimers’ baseball team finished the 2017 season by winning the first game from the Girard, Ohio Oldtimers, 5-3, then falling to the Salem, Ohio Oldtimers, 4-2, in the nightcap in the National Division Playoffs. In the first game, Troy Johnson smacked a home run for Jamestown, ...

Chautauqua Lake Rowing masters attended the Head of the Cuyahoga regatta in Cleveland last weekend. Two different boat crews competed in the 5,000-meter race with a total rowing distance of 11.4K to complete the out and back from start to finish. Compared to rainy and stormy weather the last two years, the weather was ideal for racing this year. The morning race for CLRA was the mixed rec 8+, consisting of coxswain Alexis Barron, Charlie McChesney, Jan Odrzywolski, Jim Odrzywolski, Mickey Sorenson, Doreen Loll, Maureen Mack, Kathleen McCarthy and Diana Meckley. The crew finished ninth of 12 boats. However, with a completion time of 21 minutes, 12 seconds, it was an improvement of more than one minute over its best practice times.  The second crew on the water was the mixed rec 4+. This crew included Alexis Barron, Ali Odrzywolski, Paul Leachko, Paul Boger and Stephanie Hall. They raced to a finish in 21 minutes, 40 seconds, an outstanding four minutes under the next competitor’s boat. They won a gold medal for their efforts. For more information about the high school (spring sport) and masters CLRA rowing programs, visit the website www.rowchautauqua.org or email info@rowchautauqua.org. From the left Paul Leachko, Paul Boger, Stephanie Hall and Ali Odrzywolski hold Alexis Barron and show off their 4+-boat gold medals.
Photo by Jim Odrzywolski

CLRA Shines At Head Of Cuyahoga

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Chautauqua Lake Rowing masters attended the Head of the Cuyahoga regatta in Cleveland last weekend. Two different boat crews competed in the 5,000-meter race with a total rowing distance of 11.4K to complete the out and back from start to finish. Compared to rainy and stormy weather the last ...