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Titans Force Game 5 Vs. Rebels

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MIDDLETOWN, N.J. — New Jersey picked up a three-goal lead through two periods of play and was able to hang on for a 3-2 win over Jamestown in Game 4 of the North American Hockey League East Division semifinals at Middletown Ice World Arena on Saturday night. With the series deadlocked at ...

The Secret Is Out For Gobbler Success This Spring

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Jake Mattern is pictured setting up a pop-up blind for this spring turkey season. Submitted photo The secret to being successful, that has taken years to be uncovered in the spring gobbler woods, is finally out. Staying hidden is the secret. OK, many know this secret but did you all know ...

Fishing Report

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Ethan Bronschidle is pictured with his catch. Submitted photo CHAUTAUQUA LAKE The crappie bite in the canals went cold earlier this week, likely a result of near-freezing temperatures and wind but with the rise in temperatures by week’s end the shore bite is hot again. Look for crappie ...

Anderson Heading To Medaille

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Chautauqua Lake senior student-athlete Olivia Anderson, seated front row middle, signed her letter of intent to continue her academic and athletic career at NCAA Division III Medaille College. Anderson was accepted into the Honors Program and will be playing both volleyball and softball for the ...

Scholastic Trap

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Perfect scores were the order of the day in this week’s matches for the Southern Tier Youth Trap League. Cuba-Rushford’s Trevor Hawley, Otto-Eldred’s Jake Bell and Corre Smith, Bolivar-Richburg’s William French, Oswayo Valley’s Dakota Green, Zain Harvey, Gunner Bean, and ...

Jamestown YMCA To Offer Shark Level Swimming Class

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The Jamestown YMCA will be offering their Shark level swimming class for the Spring 2 session. The class will begin May 1 and run for the full eight week session. Shark is for upper level swimmers who want to learn more than just stroke development. Shark students spend part of each class ...

12-Year-Old Bags First Turkey During State’s Annual Youth Hunt

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Zachary Kimber, 12, of Jamestown harvested the first turkey of his career just after sunrise on Saturday in the town of Gerry during the New York State annual Youth Wild Turkey Hunt weekend. The bird weighed in at 20 pounds with an 8 3/4-inch beard. Zachary, a seventh-grade student at Persell ...

Rebels Fall, 2-0

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MIDDLETOWN, N.J.—New Jersey claimed its first win in a best-of-five series against the Jamestown Rebels in North American Hockey League playoff action on Friday night. A 2-0 shutout favored the Titans, who dropped a pair of games at Northwest Arena last weekend and will now host Game 4 ...

Off To Great Start

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Three Jamestown residents have had a strong start to their weekend at the Roller Coaster Challenge at Sports Force Parks in Sandusky, Ohio. Above, from left to right, Blake Smith Jr., Jhenson Cordero and Anthony Cosme and their U10 Baseball Youth Elite team swept their pool-play opponents ...

Future Red Raiders Football Camp Scheduled For July 22-25

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The Jamestown Red Raiders football program will be hosting the 2019 Future Red Raiders Youth Football Camp at Strider Field on July 22-25 from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The camp is designed for students ages 5-13, and focuses on developing fundamental skills. Attendees will receive instruction ...

‘Shootin’ Tots’ Basketball Begins April 29 At JHS

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The Jamestown High School Red Raiders basketball coaching staff is holding its annual “Shootin’ Tots” program for boys and girls ages 3-6. The clinic will take place on April 29, May 6, May 13 and May 20 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at JHS. The cost is $20 and includes a T-shirt. This program ...

BOWLING

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Jim Suckow led the Thursday Morning Seniors at Jamestown Bowling Company with a 268-259-702. Jamestown Bowling Company: Thursday Morning Seniors—Lenny Bush 215-568, Roger Gustafson 202-565, Chuck Lee 522.

Decided In Extras

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FALCONER — Thursday afternoon’s Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 West softball contest between Falconer and visiting Silver Creek did not come to a close until 10 innings and 25 runs were in the books. In the end, it was a five-run offensive spurt from the Black ...

Honor Roll

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Troy Taylor was named the Jamestown Jackals’ Most Valuable Player at the team’s season-ending banquet Tuesday night. A point guard, Taylor was also the assist and steals leader in Jamestown’s first season in The Basketball League. Other players honored include DeAngelo Stewart, ...

Clarence Pounds Out 15 Hits In Win Over Jamestown

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The calendar hasn’t yet flipped to May, but Jamestown baseball coach Dave Roehmholdt knows who the best team in Division 1 of the Erie County Interscholastic Conference is. Buoyed by 15 hits, including eight for extra bases, Clarence defeated Jamestown for the second time this week, ...

Vaillancourt Hurls Maple Grove Past Panama, 8-4

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BEMUS POINT — Maple Grove is now 5-1 overall and 4-0 against CCAA Division 2 West opponents after an 8-4 win over Panama on Thursday. Darren Vaillancourt led the winners on the mount with an 11-strikeout, two-hit performance that included a pair of hit batters. The Red Dragons’ ...

Harrison Helps Jayhawks Split Doubleheader Against Corning

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CORNING — The Jamestown Community College baseball team rode a big third inning and a strong pitching performance by Evan Harrison to edge Corning CC, 6-5, and earn a split of their NJCAA Region 3 Division III doubleheader on Thursday. Harrison struck out five and walked two, and was the ...

Adams Brilliant Again, Tosses One-Hitter Vs. JHS

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Fresh off the heels of a no-hitter on Wednesday, Frewsburg’s MaKena Adams turned in another stellar performance on Thursday at the Martin Road Complex. Adams led Frewsburg (7-2, 3-0 CCAA 2 East) to a 5-0 shutout win over Jamestown (0-5) in nonleague play, giving up just one hit to the ...

Stateline Postpones Practice, Season Opener

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BUSTI — Due to wet grounds, Stateline Speedway has cancelled planned activities for this weekend, both the practice session scheduled for today and the opening races schedule for Saturday, will be delayed one week. Open practice will now be held April 26 with the opening night April 27.