The Johnstown Tomahawks will take to the ice at Northwest Arena today for a 7:05 p.m. contest against the Jamestown Rebels.
Jamestown enters the game with an 8-6-1-1 record, and will look take a game back from the East Division-leading Tomahawks (14-4).
Alex Frye currently leads the Rebels ...
Brent Miller rolled a 235-237-237-709 for JP Craig Racing in the Miles Machine Men’s League at Jamestown Bowling Company.
Barry Gustafson followed Miller with a 289-700 for Miles Machine and teammate Mike Page spilled a 256-690. Nate Lester also had a 276-227-684 for Chautauqua ...
LENA’S PIZZA NEXT LEVEL LEAGUE
Next Level topped Honest John’s, 83-73, thanks to 26 points from Zach Kinsey and 28 from Xavier Churnac.
Anthony Leone had 30 in defeat and Josh Calwell 16.
VC Points bested Honor, 89-67, thanks to 27 points from Jordan White and 17 from ...
SECTION VI PLAYOFFS
Finals at New Era Field
Thursday, Nov. 1
Cleveland Hill 32, Southwestern 28
West Seneca East 20, West Seneca West 13
Friday, Nov. 2
Clymer/Sherman/Panama 35, Maple Grove 7
Lancaster 17, Bennett 6
JAMESTOWN BOWLING COMPANY
Zack Ryberg’s 213-215-230-658 led the Junior-Majors Division on Oct. 27. William Ploetz followed Ryberg’s with a 246-213-172-631, Brandon Michael rolled a 186-247-186-619 and Colton Cappalino had a 267-144-189-600.
In the Preps Division, Matthew Olson rolled a ...
The Winifred Crawford Dibert Boys & Girls of Jamestown is currently accepting applications for its basketball league.
Basketball for ages 5-13 will begin the week of Nov. 26 with a registration deadline of Nov. 19 so that teams can be set up. Games will be played on Mondays and Thursdays. ...
In varsity action at the Winifred Crawford Dibert Boys & Girls Club the White team had 42, with Iven Sobczak grabbing three touchdowns, Daniel Delgado two touchdowns and Hadyn Walker had one.
Blue had 63 as Trenton Painter and Julian Hultin each had two touchdowns while Anthony Phanco, ...
Even after No. 3 Randolph forced a fifth-and-deciding set Monday night, Joanne Meadows sensed a quiet confidence in her team.
The longtime Chautauqua Lake coach’s feeling was warranted.
The top-seeded Thunderbirds blitzed the Cardinals, 25-4, in the final game after nearly two hours of ...
After facing early deficits in both the first and second sets of Monday night’s Section VI Class D-2 final against top-ranked North Collins, No. 2 Panama was able climb back into contention on the way to a 25-20, 25-22, 25-21 victory at Jamestown Community College’s Physical Education ...
The Southwestern Sailing Team traveled to Fort Monroe, Virginia on Friday, Oct. 19 to compete in the MASSA Gold Fall Fleet Race Championship, a two-day event sailing in the FJ class.
Eighteen teams from the four Mid-Atlantic states representing all five MASSA leagues converged on the Youth ...
Her volleyball practice complete late Monday afternoon, Jamestown Community College coach Ashley Lund’s evening itinerary was going to be pretty simple: Go home, make some cupcakes and then try and get some sleep.
Making the cupcakes — her daughter needed a treat to share with her ...
SHULTS AUTO GROUP
Blackstone Advanced Technology was a 5-4 winner over Schuyler’s Blue Bombers in this past week of action at Northwest Arena.
Anthony Tomassi had two goals, Garrett Jones two and Bryan Muecke one for the winners while Joe Smith and Jake Andriaccio had ...
Annika Vanhorn led Aged to a 25-16, 25-15, 21-16 win over Volleylamas, who were led by Megan Johnson.
Rob Saxman led EZ Pass to a 25-18, 25-15, 19-21 win over SWAT, who was led by Lacey Moore.
Tauron Smith led Sets on the Beach to a 22-25, 25-18, 21-17 win over C.L. ...
FAR WEST REGIONALS
at Clarence High School
Friday, Nov. 9
V-Warsaw/Letchworth vs. VI-Cleveland Hill, 5 p.m.
V-Irondequoit vs. VI-West Seneca East, 8 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 10
V-Alexander vs. VI-Clymer/Sherman/Panama, noon
The outcome long since decided, Jamestown Community College’s Alexis Rodenbaugh attempted an outlet pass in the closing seconds of Sunday’s Crossover Classic.
It was picked off by a Corning CC player.
At the next dead ball, the North East, Pennsylvania sophomore approached the ...
With a little more than seven minutes gone in the second half of Sunday’s NJCAA Crossover Classic basketball game, George Sisson called a timeout.
“You gotta start being first at things,” the Jamestown CC coach implored his charges.
It never happened.
“We weren’t first to ...