Local Sports

Junior Bowling

JAMESTOWN BOWLING COMPANY Kyle Christensen led the Majors with a 227-225-226-678. Brandon Michael hit a 211-194-233-638 and Zack Ryberg a 190-230-179-599. In the Preps Division, Kentrell Wiggins hit a 148-121-101-370, Camryn Slade a 109-112-130-351 and Zoe Atkins a ...

Chautauqua Hurricane To Host Free Clinic

The Jamestown Salvation Army is hosting a free basketball clinic for children in second through seventh grades sponsored by the Chautauqua Hurricane. The clinic will take place Friday, April 26, and Saturday, April 27, at The Salvation Army’s 83 S. Main St. location. All children must be ...

Men’s Basketball

Real Estate Advantage topped New Jack City, 104-81, in Community First Basketball League action. Larry Heeter led the winners with 34 points, Josh Darling had 27 and Dean Stockwell added 23. Chris Vega led New Jack City with 37 points, Blake Johnson had 26 and Carlos Rivera chipped ...

Ryan Beaver Rolls 255-736 To Lead Bowling

Ryan Beaver led the Lena’s Pizza Men’s League at Jamestown Bowling Company with a 243-238-255-736 for Busy Beaver Hand Cleaner. Jamie Willey hit a 258-258-732 for Falconer Rod & Gun; Andrew Chapman rolled a 279-705 for Pepsi-Cola; Andrew Raymond fired a 240-254-697 for Honest Johns ...

Strong Spring Starts

ALFRED — The Alfred University softball team picked up its first Empire 8 weekly recognition as junior captain Jessica Wilcox (Forestville/Pine Valley) was named the Pitcher of the Week on Monday afternoon. Wilcox pitched six complete games in six days, recording 34 strikeouts and ...

Senior All-Star Games Set For Wednesday, March 27

The 2019 Exceptional Senior All-Star games will take place Wednesday, March 27 at SUNY Fredonia’s Dods Hall. The girls game will tip off at 6 p.m. with the boys game to follow at approximately 7:30 p.m. The night will also include a 3-point contest with participants having already ...

CCAA Division 1 West POY Is Olean’s Pfeiffer

Olean senior Sara Pfeiffer has been named the Player of the Year for Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 West girls basketball. Pfeiffer averaged 35.5 points per game for the Huskies as they finished second in the league standings before losing to East Aurora in the Section ...

Welty Takes Top CCAA D1 East Honor

Portville’s Karly Welty has been named the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 East Player of the Year after her strong sophomore campaign. Welty averaged 18.2 points, 7.3 rebounds, 4.7 steals and 5.3 assists per contest while helping the Panthers finish 19-2. Other ...

Brown To Attend Ohio Northern

Southwestern senior Kylie Brown signed her national letter of intent to attend Ohio Northern University and compete on the women’s soccer team in the fall. Kylie, who has been accepted to the pharmacy program, is flanked by her parents Wendy and Michael, and brother Declan. Joining Kylie, ...

YMCA Volleyball

Shawn Himes was the MVP for Serves You Right in a 25-11, 25-23, 21-15 win over 5SA. Jim Suckow was the MVP in defeat. ——— Hannah Raynor was Monday Funday’s MVP in a 25-20, 25-21, 20-21 win over Soul Pickle. Chris Conti was the MVP in defeat. ——— Karla Cummings was No ...

Indoor Soccer

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB 7-9-YEAR-OLDS Giovannie Jackson scored three times for Red and Jaydin Pratt scored three times for Green in a 3-3 tie. ——— Ta’jon Grissom scored three times as Purple beat Brown, 5-4. Cole Strickland and Jonathan Torres also scored for Purple. Julian ...

Skeet Leagues

Matt Littlefield and Chris Gullotti shot perfect 50s during Chautauqua County Winter Skeet League action this week. Bob Gunnell, Brad Gunnell, Phil Klinginsmith, Chad Swan, Ron Gunnell, Mark Anderson, Travis Monday, Dave Wilke, Dan Berry, Ken Swan, Gary Swan, Chris Dole, Nolan Ingram, Jim ...

Archery

Brandon Kellogg’s 336 led the Hunter Class during this week’s action at His Way Archers. Henry Johnson shot a 357 in the Senior Hunter Class. Craig Aklin led the Open Class with a 329, Brelynn Abers led the Ladies Class with a 264 and Tage Coli led the Youth Class with a 323. HUNTER ...

BAYSO To Hold Sign-Ups Wednesday, March 27

Bemus Area Youth Soccer Organization will be holding summer soccer registration on Wednesday, March 27 at Bemus Point Elementary School from 6-8 p.m. First-time players will need to bring a copy of their birth certificate. Age groups this year will be U6, U8, U10 and U13 for both boys and ...

NYWAY Wrestling Place Finishers

Team Legacy’s top finishers at the 2019 NYWAY state championships, pictured above, were Emily Brown, two-time state champion in the Girls Division; Carmine Calimeri, who finished third in the D6 70-pound division; and Trent Lewis, who finished fourth in the D6 83-pound division. Cyrus ...

Suckow Rolls 289 Game, 729 Series At JBC

Jim Suckow buried a 289-245-729 in the Tuesday Coffee Bowl at Jamestown Bowling Company. John Bailey rolled a 222-259-698 in the Monday Men’s League at Cutting Lanes. Jamestown Bowling Company: Tuesday Coffee Bowl—Dave Woodfield Sr. 571, Don Hilyer 551, Ron Kuczenski 551, Bob Peterson ...

Let’s Set A Date

Section VI released the 2019 football schedule and division alignments Monday with the season kicking off Thursday, Sept. 5. Opening week will consist of two Thursday night games followed by a 22-game Friday night schedule Sept. 6 and nine games on Saturday, Sept. 7. Locally, the ...

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

2019 Section VI Alignments CLASS AA Hutch Tech, Bennett, Niagara Falls, Lancaster, Orchard Park, Jamestown, Clarence, Lockport, Frontier CLASS A1 Williamsville North, West Seneca West, Niagara Wheatfield, Kenmore West, McKinley, North Tonawanda, Hamburg, Williamsville East CLASS ...

Foti’s 749 Series, Willey’s 290 Game Lead Bowling Scores

Kate Foti’s 279-233-237-749 for Chautauqua Landscaping led the Monday Night Ladies Classic at Jamestown Bowling Company. Stephanie Tompkins followed with a 254-247-203-704 for Jamestown Bowling Company and Heather Lyon rolled a 201-222-264-687 for JBC Pro Shop. Ashley Zaffino had a 267-654 ...

From Duke To Harvard

Kirsten Green’s resume is pretty impressive. Since graduating from Jamestown High School more than 25 years ago, her journey has taken her to Duke University, Seton Hall University, the University of Michigan and Harvard University; and, since 2015, she has served as the assistant director ...