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Youth Trap Leagues

FRANKLINVILLE — The Central Conference of the Southern Tier Scholastic Youth Trap League concluded its season with the conference awards and fun day held at the Franklinville Conservation Club. The results of their season are detailed below along with the April 2 match ...

Kindberg, Pitt Club Team Lose In National Semifinals

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The University of Pittsburgh’s run in the National Club Basketball Association Final Four ended in the semifinals Saturday night. The previously unbeaten Panthers (18-1), coached by Jamestown native Luke Kindberg, fell to East Carolina, 88-78, at Indiana ...

Fishing Report

LAKE ERIE AND TRIBS The late-week rain will benefit the some Lake Erie tributaries that are presently lower and clear. Anglers report lighter numbers of steelhead scattered in the streams. Better catches have been had by anglers covering a lot of water. Suckers are now quite numerous in the ...

Game 1 Delight

With several members of their lineup fighting off illness, the Jamestown Rebels were able to bear down and grind out a 5-3 win over New Jersey in Game 1 of the North American Hockey League East Division semifinals at Northwest Arena on Friday night. Jamestown scored a pair of goals in the ...

JHS Alum Reaches Final 4 In College Club Basketball

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Luke Kindberg has always loved basketball. In fact, beginning in his early teens, he played for some of the best coaches around, learning at the feet of Ken Ricker and Bryan Hodgson during his AAU days, and then as a varsity letter winner at Jamestown High School for ...

Eden Sweeps Final Event To Edge Gowanda In Girls T&F Meet

GOWANDA — Eden swept the discus — the final event of the day — to hold off Gowanda, 73-63, in a nonleague girls track and field meet Friday. The loss drops the Panthers’ record to 3-1. 4x800 relay: Gowanda (Janelle Williams, Miranda Kaminski, Emagin Warrior, Kayla Forthman). ...

‘Masterful’ Performances In The Pool

GENEVA, Ohio — The swim season for the Allegheny Mountain YMCA Master Swim Association (AMYMSA) league ended the first weekend in April. One hundred and six swimmers representing 18 teams from four states attended the event at SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio. Three members of the ...

Jim Suckow’s 665 Series Tops Bowling

Jim Suckow fired a 224-235-606-665 to pace the Senior Coffee Bowl at Jamestown Bowling Company on Friday. Jamestown Bowling Company: JBC Friday Senior Coffee Bowl—Harry Jones 213-213-616, Bill Evans 220-213-613, Bob Peterson 224-605, Mike Barton 216-588, Ron Arnold 201-584, John Kotlar ...

T’Birds Win Close One

MAYVILLE — For nearly their entire careers since seventh grade, Chautauqua Lake seniors Olivia Anderson and Chadelynn Johnson have made up the Thunderbirds’ battery. Thursday, with Johnson sidelined due to injury, Anderson had to work with eighth-grade jayvee call-up Jenna ...

UM-Duluth Advances To NCAA Title Game

BUFFALO — Coach Scott Sandelin isn’t taking Minnesota Duluth’s third consecutive trip to the Frozen Four championship game for granted because of how difficult it is to get there. It wasn’t easy for the Bulldogs once again in pulling out a 4-1 victory over Providence in a tightly ...

Another Honor For Crist

One of the most decorated athletes Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties has ever produced will receive another honor this fall. Chuck Crist, who now lives in Bemus Point, is one of 13 Western New Yorkers who will be inducted into the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame later this ...

Maple Grove Wins Two Tennis Matches

FALCONER — Two singles wins, two doubles wins and a forfeit allowed Maple Grove to sweep Falconer, 5-0, in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association nonleague tennis Thursday. Kampbell Howard and Fletcher DeMink won at singles for the Red Dragons (3-1, 2-1 CCAA West Division). Lawton ...

Dunkirk’s Porpiglia, Skelly Shut Down Thunderbirds

MAYVILLE — Dunkirk handled Chautauqua, 9-2, in a Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 West game Thursday as Phil Messina went 5 for 5 with three RBIs and a stolen base. Lucas Porpiglia started on the mound for the Marauders (3-1, 2-1), but it was Tristan Skelly who ...

Morrison Shoots 38 For Cardinals

RANDOLPH — Randolph split a pair of Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 2 East golf matches on Thursday at Cardinal Hills Golf Course with Branson Morrison carding a 38 to lead the way as medalist. Gage VanRensselear shot 44 for the Cardinals (4-0, 3-0) in a 32¢-22¢ win ...

Junior Bowling

JAMESTOWN BOWLING COMPANY Brandon Michael led the Majors this weekend, ripping a perfect 300 in his second game. Michael finished with a 179-300-249-728 final. Austin Aldrich tossed a 202-195-277-674 and Riley Piazza a 219-222-216-657. In the Preps Division Chelsea Trapani struck a ...

Hovey Drives In Marsh To Clinch Victory

PANAMA — Alexys Marsh singled and later scored on a Marra Hovey single in the seventh inning to send Panama to a 9-8 Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 2 West win over Clymer on Thursday. Ashlyn Harvey struck out 11 batters, walked three and gave up nine hits in a winning ...

YMCA Volleyball

CO-ED LEAGUE 5SA was a 27-21, 27-24, 27-17 winner over Empire Spikes Back. Jill Smith led the winners and Frank Perrone was MVP in defeat. ——— Beauties and the Beast topped Bumping, 27-19, 27-22, 27-23, thanks to the MVP play of Tim Hallquist. Gina Volpe shined for Bumping.