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St. Bonaventure’s Mckenna Maycock dribbles upcourt during a nonconference women’s basketball game Saturday evening at the Reilly Center.
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Maycock Leads St. Bonaventure To 65-62 Upset Of Penn State

ST. BONAVENTURE — The combination of Mckenna Maycock and Mariah Ruff partnered for 45 points, helping St. Bonaventure erase a 12-point deficit on the way to a thrilling 65-62 win over Penn State Saturday night at the Reilly Center. The Bonnies even their record at 5-5 overall while Penn ...

Pool Leagues

WOMEN’S LEAGUE Wendy Clark hit a 24 as Frewsburg Hotel recorded a 108-24 decision over the The House That Jack Built in the Monday night Women’s Pool League. Jackie Harrison had a 24 for The House That Jack Built. Michelle Tota fired a 24 when Puzzle Lounge I defeated Waddington’s ...

Erickson Spills 770 Series At JBC

Matt Erickson drilled a 236-288-246-770 for Crescent Inn in the Friday night Bel-View East League at Jamestown Bowling Company. Andrew Raymond had a 280-221-682 in the Friday Night Bel-View East League at JBC. Jamestown Bowling Company: Mixed Couples League — Pat Walsh 231-623, Jerry ...

Rowe Wins 150th Match At Cheektowaga Duals

CHEEKTOWAGA — Bryce Rowe went undefeated at 160 pounds for Chautauqua Lake/Westfield/Panama as the team finished fifth with a 3-2 record at the Cheektowaga Duals on Saturday. Rowe won all five of his bouts and picked up his 150th career victory along the way. He defeated Kope Taylor of ...

Outdoors With Craig Robbins

It seems the older I get the more excited I am about Christmas. Some would say it is my favorite time of year. When I asked a friend of mine one time what her favorite holiday is she said “Christmas. It is not because of all the gifts and the like but it’s because of family. I truly enjoy ...

Fishing Report

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE There has been very little angler effort and available information lately. There were recently some vague reports of walleye catches in 40 feet of water. Deeper may be better now, as walleye have been known to congregate around the deeper holes in late fall. Vertical jigging ...

Steve Matteson claimed his first UPMC Chautauqua WCA Men’s Runner of the Year Series championship.
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Setting The Pace

Familiar names in local running circles are once again atop the final UPMC Chautauqua WCA Runners of the Year Series. Brooke Adams led the way for the women with 118 points, marking the fourth straight year she has claimed the crown; Stephen Matteson paced the men for the first time with ...

Raiders Post Road Win Over Fredonia

FREDONIA — Guards Matt Hill and Elijah Rojas spearheaded a big first quarter and then they turned it over to their teammates in the middle, which led Jamestown to a 57-50 non-league basketball victory over Fredonia on Friday night. Hill nailed a pair of 3-pointers and Elijah Rojas added ...

Making final plans for the weekend, from the left, are Emilee Sperry, Brittany Lancaster, Hayden Burgeson and Alexis Hallberg of the Jamestown CC women’s team; Pete Harrison of The Trophy House;   John Raymond of Honest John's; Scott Kindberg of The Post-Journal; Fred and Jack Pellerito of Pepsi; and Williams Overo, DJ Branch and Carter Davidson of the Jamestown CC men’s team. The Trophy House, Honest John’s, The Post-Journal and Pepsi are sponsors of the Jim Riggs Post-Journal Classic.
Photo by Matt Cummings

Basketball Tournaments On Tap At JCC This Weekend

The Jamestown Community College men’s and women’s basketball teams will be playing host to a pair of tournaments today and Sunday at the Physical Education Complex. In the Jim Riggs Post-Journal Classic men’s tournament, Pitt-Titusville will meet the Community College of Beaver County ...

Red Raiders Rewarded At Season-Ending Football Banquet

The Jamestown High School football team held is postseason banquet Thursday night at the Hotel Jamestown’s Crystal Ballroom. Following are the award winners: ¯Weekly Character Awards: Drew Boggs, Manhattan King, Kanin Tanner, Gavin Bowen, Jeff Seager, Francisco Rodriguez, Steven Wofford, ...

Elardo Paces Senior Bowl Again At JBC

Jim Elardo shot a 256-203-653 in the Friday Senior Bowl at Jamestown Bowling Company. Jamestown Bowling Company: Senior Coffee Bowl — Bob Howe 202-204-599, Harry James 247-591, Don Angelo 215-573, Dana Albert 210-568, Mike Barton 201-559, Bob Patterson 207-544, John Kotlar 541, Bob ...

Jamestown High School football team co-captains Andrew Pumford, left, and Noah Turzillo joined teammate Manhattan King on the Class AA first-team all-star squad after leading the Red Raiders to a 5-4 record.
P-J file  photo by Mark L. Anderson

Pumford, Turzillo, King Earn First-Team Class AA Honors

The Jamestown High School football team was well-represented on the Section VI Class AA all-league teams, highlighted by three players who made the first team. First-team honorees were Noah Turzillo, Andrew Pumford and Manhattan King. Turzillo captained an offensive line that averaged 162 ...

Falconer Girls, JHS Boys Post Bowling Wins

McKyla Scott tossed a 189-189-534 and Beth Brown added a 164-222-521 as the Falconer girls remained undefeated at 12-0 by downing Jamestown (7-5), 4-0, in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association bowling action on Friday at Jamestown Bowling Company. The Falconer girls recorded games of ...

State Deer Harvest Up According To Early Reports

New York state hunters have been more successful in 2017 than last year through the first several weeks of big-game seasons, Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos announced this past week. Early reports from New York hunters through Dec. 3, show that hunters ...

Jamestown Community College’s SallyAnne Rudny was named an NJCAA Division III All-American for the second straight season Wednesday.
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All-American Again

Stepping foot on the campus of Jamestown Community College last fall, SallyAnne Rudny wanted the opportunity to play collegiate volleyball at a high level with the hopes of playing at nationals. Sixteen months later, the Southwestern graduate can check both off of her list. On Wednesday, ...

Green Shining At New School

Chrisanna Green (Jamestown/Jamestown) is off to a great start in her first season at Virginia State University. After transferring from Seton Hill, the junior has helped lead the Trojans to an 8-0 start to the year in non-league play before they enter the bulk of their Central ...

Several Local Football Teams Finish Season In Rankings

The end-of-season football rankings were released on Wednesday by the New York State Sportswriters Association, and the Jamestown Red Raiders finished the year as an honorable-mention choice in Class AA. Tom Langworthy’s squad ended the year at 5-4, including 3-3 in Erie County ...

Gould’s 750 Series At Jamestown Bowling Co. Leads Area Scores

Dan Gould was the pacesetter in the Dave Warren Auto Group Hall of Fame Classic at Jamestown Bowling Company on Thursday night. Gould scattered a 242-242-266-750 for Harmony Sheet Metal and teammate Andy Proctor was right behind with a 225-265-256-746. Chelsey Mee led the ladies with a ...

Four Double Winners Pace Panthers

OLEAN — An Olean/Allegany-Limestone/Portville/Franklinville victory in the final relay kept Panama/Chautauqua Lake/Maple Grove from claiming every event, but the Panthers still coasted to a 106-66 win in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association boys swimming action Thursday. Cole ...

Hohl Scores 34 For Pine Valley; Frewsburg Loses Opener

DUNKIRK — Pine Valley’s Kayla Hohl drilled a 3-pointer with 40 seconds left to put away the Panthers’ 56-47 non-league girls basketball win at Dunkirk on Thursday evening. Hohl was a presence all over the floor. To go with her 34 points, Hohl hauled in 10 rebounds, six assists and was a ...