Local Sports

Seven Pins Help Jamestown Win Opener

WILLIAMSVILLE — Jamestown used seven pins to pick up a season-opening 54-24 victory over Williamsville North in high school wrestling Wednesday. Dylan Pool pinned Brea Curran in 2:50 at 132 pounds; Medero Montanez pinned Manny Centeno in 3:45 at 138 pounds; Seth MacTavish took down Ibrahim ...

High School Schedule

Today’s Schedule Boys High School Basketball Panama at Chautauqua Lake, 7:30 p.m. Cattaraugus-Little Valley vs. Salamanca at Salamanca Tip-Off Tournament, 7:30 p.m. Cuba-Rushford vs. Archbishop Walsh at Portville’s Adam Elliott Memorial Basketball Tournament, 7:30 p.m. Girls High ...

Truex’s Team Win

While Martin Truex Jr. rolled past the green flag at Homestead-Miami Speedway last weekend with the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series championship on the line, all Southwestern Central School graduate Jerrod Michael Peterson could do is look on with bated breath. The 33-year old fabricator ...

Elardo’s 651 Leads Local Bowling Scores

Jim Elardo spun a 210-233-208-651 and Bob Howe had a 236-206-615 in the Tuesday Senior Coffee Bowl at Jamestown Bowling Company. Dave Kohlbacher had the high single with a 261 in the Miles Machine Men’s League at JBC. Jamestown Bowling Company: Senior Coffee Bowl — Bob Peterson 211-571, ...

YMCA Volleyball

CO-ED LEAGUE Chris Maggio earned Most Valuable Player as Above The Net dropped the Acers, 25-19, 25-15, 21-20. Steve Briggs was the MVP for the Acers. ——— Led by MVP Dan Reynolds, Citadel swept the Setting Ducks, 25-12, 25-19, 21-17. Mark Sampson was the MVP for the Setting ...

Junior Bowling

JAMESTOWN BOWLING COMPANY Austin Aldrich rolled a sensational 650 series on games of 242-208-200 in the Junior-Majors Division to head up the junior bowling at Jamestown Bowling Company. The 242 was the high game in the division. Zachary Kent spilled a 132-155-126-413 and Nicholas Houston ...

Trap Leagues

C.J. Jones fired the lone perfect 50 as the PennYork Winter Trap League met at Celoron this week with 122 shooters present. High Lady was Debbie Lineman with a 44. High Sub Junior Male was Ian O’Hara with a 44. High Sub Junior Female was Sydnie Tutmaher with a 43. High Junior Male was ...

Southwestern Tennis Team Holds Awards Banquet

The Southwestern Trojans tennis team held its end-of-season banquet at Alfie’s Restaurant. Award winners were: Mikayla Johnson, Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association singles champion, team Most Valuable Player and Section VI fourth-place finisher; Makayla Dole and Isabelle Meyers, ...

Westfield/Brocton’s Almeter Earns Central Division’s Top Honor

The Chautauqua Cattaraugus Athletic Association Central Division released its All-Star list recently, with Westfield/Brocton’s Jason Almeter being named the Player of the Year. Almeter scored 12 goals and six assists for the Wolverines and aided the team to a 10-8 record in his sophomore ...

Jayhawks’ Lynn Is Region 3 Athlete Of The Week

Jamestown Community College freshman Olivia Lynn was selected as the NJCAA Region 3 women’s Athlete of the Week on Tuesday evening. The Frewsburg native aided the Jayhawks women’s basketball team to a 75-49 win over the University of Pittsburgh-Titusville on Monday of last week, leading ...

Cougars Win Season Opener

SINCLAIRVILLE — The third quarter was decisive for Cassadaga Valley in a season-opening 41-26 non-league boys basketball win over Falconer on Tuesday night. Falconer held a 16-14 lead at halftime, but Cassadaga Valley came up with a 20-5 third quarter to pull away for a victory. Conner ...

Where Are They Now?

ST. BONAVENTURE — St. Bonaventure junior Mckenna Maycock has earned recognition as the College Sports Madness Atlantic 10 Player of the Week after a tremendous three-game stretch last week. Maycock (Randolph/Randolph) averaged 19.7 points and 9.0 rebounds per game as the Bonnies went 2-1 ...

Witnesses To The World

SARASOTA, Fla. — In the world of rowing, the ultimate competition takes place at an Olympic venue every four years. During the intervening years, the premier international rowing event, the World Rowing Championships, take place at various locations around the globe. These international ...

Michael-Marucci, Cooley-Harris Are Winners At No-Tap Tourneys

Brandon Michael and Lenny Marucci fired a 1,558 to win the no-tap 12-And-Up Division at the annual Adult-Junior Nine-Pin Tournament at Jamestown Bowling Company. In the no-tap 11-And-Under Tournament, Eian Cooley and Peggy Harris won with a 1,439. Finishing second in the 12-And-Up Division ...

Adult Hockey

SHULTS AUTO GROUP OPEN DIVISION Dylan Bergman scored four goals and Brysten Jones added three goals as the Schuyler’s Blue Bombers downed Jamestown Skate Products, 9-4, at Northwest Arena. Randy Stuart and John Schuyler each had a goal and an assist for the winners. Tom McFall added ...

Humane Society Teams Up With Media One, Southern Tier Xpress

The Chautauqua County Humane Society is teaming up with the Media One Group of Radio Stations and the Southern Tier Xpress for Santa Xpress Homes for the Holidays. From Black Friday through Saturday, Dec. 23, the Humane Society will be working together to make sure 100 animals make it to ...

SUNY Fredonia Baseball To Host Prospects Clinic Dec. 10

FREDONIA — The SUNY Fredonia baseball team will be holding a pair of Prospect Clinics on Sunday, Dec. 10 for student-athletes in grades 9-12. Pitchers and catchers will go from 9-11 a.m. A hitting and defense clinic will go from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost is $30 for one session and $45 for ...

Two Jamestown Players Named To ECIC Division 1 Boys Soccer All-Star Team

The Erie County Interscholastic Conference released its Division 1 soccer All-Stars recently with Justin Bonetto of Williamsville North leading the way as Player of the Year. The senior midfielder scored 22 goals and 10 assists in leading his team to a record of 14-4 overall. Jerome Lee Yaw ...

Bears Hold Bowling Fundraiser

FREWSBURG — Jeremy and Logan Crist won the Frewsburg Bears Bowling Boosters 9-Pin No-Tap Tournament at Frewsburg Lanes recently. The Crists came up with a 1,338 series to head up 21 teams. A close second were Brendan and David Randell with a 1,336 followed by Matt Thompson and Joe Jagoda ...