Local Sports

Peak’s Randall Wins WNY PGA Event At Pine Acres CC

BRADFORD, Pa. — Dwayne Randall, director of golf for Peek n’ Peak Resort, recently claimed the Western New York PGA’s Pine Acres Pro-Am Tournament with a 4-under-par 68 at Pine Acres Country Club. Bobby Hogan of River Oaks Golf Club took second with a 69 while Kirk Stauffer of Pine ...

Playoff Fever

The Affinity One Federal Credit Union Blue Jays did it again. For the third straight year, the Blue Jays claimed the City Rec League playoff championship by knocking off the Harley Davidson Rockies, 15-4, Monday night at Nordstrom Field. The Blue Jays, who also defeated the Rockies on ...

Rebels’ Main Camp Concludes At Arena

The conclusion of the final Red vs. Blue game of the weekend on Monday afternoon at Northwest Arena marked the official end of main camp for the Jamestown Rebels of the North American Hockey League. Team officials began the weekend on Friday afternoon with more than 100 players hailing ...

Jammers Suffer Twin Bill Sweep At Geneva

GENEVA — The Jamestown Jammers dropped a pair of Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League contests against Geneva on Monday, as the Red Wings were a 5-3 winner in the opener before claiming a 6-0 win to cap off the night. Geneva remains in second place in the West Division, 7¢ games back of ...

Hess Jr., Genco, Watson, McGuire, Miller, Greene Win At Eriez

HAMMETT, Pa. — Mother Nature provided perfect weather for racing at Eriez Speedway’s annual Auto Racers for Kids night. The event featured several activities for the youngest fans with silent auctions and door prizes throughout the night to raise needed funds. On the track, the Super ...

Young Shows Way On Asquith Tour

ERIE, Pa. — Dave Young fired a 71 in the White A Flight for the lowest score in the Asquith Senior Golf Tour at the Scenic Heights Golf Course. Ken Burch was the leader with a plus 11 followed by Vern Ahlgren with a plus eight and Young with plus six. Rick Bowman carded an 80 for the ...

Future Raiders Football Camp Set For July 23-26

Jamestown’s Future Red Raiders Youth Football Camp gets underway July 23 and runs through July 26 at Strider Field. Registration for the camp, which runs 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day, is $50. For families with multiple children taking part it is $50 for one camper and $10 for each ...

Youth Soccer

JAYS U12 COED The Post-Journal pulled out a close one, topping El Greco, 4-2, at Allen Park as Ella Propheter grabbed a hat trick and Jvion Barr added one goal. Mark Mescall, Leland Dorsey and Barr were in net, while Eliza Dawson, Kalvin Hodgkin, Theo Singleton and Izayiah Hodkin were in ...

Rotary Tourney Results Announced

Moon Brook Country Club hosted it’s Rotary Open Tournament, and Kurt Johnson led the way as low Rotarian, firing an 82 gross and 69 after handicap. Playing a two best-ball format, the first scratch team of Matt Hartweg, John LaMancuso, Derek Dawson and Dan Hocking fired a 143; while Scott ...

Bianco, Grier Are Steeplechase Champs

Alex Bianco won the annual Steeplechase Tournament men’s title Sunday at Moon Brook Country Club after making par on the final hole while Kimberly Grier was named women’s champion after her birdie on 18. Following behind Bianco were Jesse Watkins, Tom Ames, Joe Vitello, Paul Mole, Jason ...

Hole-In-One

WARREN, Pa. — Jim McCray of Jamestown aced the 142-yard par-3 12th hole at Jackson Valley Golf Club with a 7-iron. McCray’s third career hole-in-one was witnessed by Mark Petillo, Terry Shilling and Allan Rodgers and came during a round of 76.

Ledesma Claims Title By Two Strokes

FINDLEY LAKE — Having only taken a few strides away from the official scorer’s tent after submitting his final-round card bearing a 67 at the LECOM Health Challenge, Nelson Ledesma was greeted in style as a wave of cheers in Spanish erupted from the gathered crowd. Moments later, ...

Struggles With Putter Overshadow Champ’s Ace

FINDLEY LAKE — Cameron Champ couldn’t put the ball in the hole with his putter from anywhere outside of 3 or 4 feet Sunday afternoon during the final round of the LECOM Health Challenge at Peek’n Peak Resort’s Upper Course. So at the par-3 No. 15, the Texas A&M graduate went ...

O’Donnell’s Fine Season Continues, Jammers Breeze Past Elmira, 8-2

As Alex O’Donnell settled into the batter’s box to lead off the bottom of the first inning Sunday afternoon, he pawed at the dirt with his spikes, exchanged pleasantries with the home-plate umpire and then promptly lined a single to center field. One out later, he scored from second ...

Hess Jr., Greene, Lunger, Blair, Shagla Shine

BUSTI — At the end of a beautiful Saturday, 123 race cars roared to life, racing in six divisions over a total of 22 events. At the end of the night, Dave Hess Jr. had his “side-board” creation in Victory Lane in the “run what ya brung” 30-lapper for the Overhead Door of Jamestown ...

Rebels’ Main Camp Continues

The Jamestown Rebels of the North American Hockey League held Day 3 of their Main Camp on Sunday at Northwest Arena. The camp continues today with one scrimmage from 10 a.m. to noon. P-J photo by Chad Ecklof

Youth Baseball Roundup

WESTERN NEW YORK STATE CAL RIPKEN 8U TOURNAMENT Jamestown 8U All Stars represented local Cal Ripken well in North Buffalo Thursday through Sunday. After finishing 3-1 in Pool Play they held the top seed before falling to North Tonawanda in extra innings Sunday Jamestown opened the ...

BOWLING

Jamestown Bowling Company: Senior Coffee Bowl — Jim Suckow 203-568, Harry Jones 215-555, Mike Barton 532, Ben Kuczenski 509, Nancy Sinatra 403.