Local Sports

Rice Rolls 709 At Cutting Lanes

Kyle Rice entered the 700 club with a 227-268-709 in the Monday Men’s League at Cutting Lanes. Meanwhile, Jim Elardo hit a 222-600 in the Senior Coffee Bowl at Jamestown Bowling Company. Jamestown Bowling Company: Miles Machine Men’s League — Barry Gustafson 230-641, Steve Maloy ...

Braving The Elements

BOSTON — Temperatures were near freezing. Wind gusts blew at upward of 30 mph. Two inches of rain fell Monday in Boston. And Brooke Adams had the time of her life. Running her fourth Boston Marathon, Adams finished in 3:15:07 — good for 483rd among women — with a pace of 7 ...

‘Shadowboxing With History’ Is Today At Jackson Center

In anticipation of today’s Continuing Legal Education at the Robert H. Jackson Center in Jamestown, entitled “Shadowboxing With History: Muhammad Ali’s Test of Civil Liberties,” several participants in the program gathered for dinner at Landmark Restaurant on Monday night. From the left ...

Genco Just Misses Perfect Game At JBC

Mike Genco Jr. came within a pin of a 300 in the Acme Appliance League at Jamestown Bowling Company over the weekend. Genco was stopped on his final ball and wound up with a 299. Meanwhile, Stephanie Tompkins connected for a 717 on games of 249-245-223 for JBC in the Monday Night Ladies ...

High School Showcase Set For April 27-28 At Diethrick Park

Falconer Central School and the Chautauqua County Umpires Association will host the ninth annual High School Baseball Showcase at Diethrick Park on April 27-28. On Friday, April 27, Brocton takes on Cassadaga Valley in a CCAA Division 2 West game at 4:30 p.m. followed by Dunkirk and Falconer ...

Adams, Mobley Shine At Portsmouth Invitational

PORTSMOUTH, Va. — St. Bonaventure seniors Jaylen Adams and Matt Mobley both impressed during last week’s Portsmouth Invitational Tournament. The two Bonnies were invited to take part in the 66th annual edition of the prestigious event reserved for college seniors. The tournament is ...

Wilcox Makes History

Sophomore Jessica Wilcox (Forestville/Pine Valley) broke the Alfred University softball single-game strikeout record with 13 strikeouts against Houghton College on April 11 while the Saxons (16-6, 4-0 Empire 8) nabbed two Empire 8 wins on the road. Wilcox, who racked up 10 strikeouts ...

Panama Splits Two Games

Panama split a pair of games on the road last week. On Wednesday, Brocton beat the Panthers, 9-1. Ashlyn Harvey threw a complete game, allowing six hits and a walk while hitting a batter and striking out seven in the loss. Madalyn Bowen was leading hitter going 3 for 3 with three stolen ...

HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE

Today’s Schedule High School Baseball Gowanda at Frontier, 4 p.m. Dunkirk at Southwestern, 4:30 p.m. Fredonia at Falconer, 4:30 p.m. Frewsburg at Cassadaga Valley, 4:30 p.m. Maple Grove at Westfield, 4:30 p.m. Chautauqua Lake at Silver Creek, 4:30 p.m. Clymer at Sherman, 4:30 ...

Stuff of legends

Devin Pope’s name was in the meat of the conversation for 2016-17 Post-Journal Boys Basketball Player of the Year. But with talents like Jamestown’s James Rojas, Frewsburg’s Cordell O’Brien and Sherman’s Chris Robson playing their final seasons in local high school uniforms, ...

Hind Guides Young Cardinals To Brink Of Title

In a sports world where coaches continually worry about the story told by their records, Randolph basketball coach Kevin Hind is unconcerned with those numbers. The Cardinals may not stand out in the black-and-white world of wins and losses, and the way the 2017-18 Post-Journal Boys ...

Wefing, Pietrocarlo Shine At Bucknell Invitational

LEWISBURG, Pa. — A pair of Maple Grove High School graduates posted NCAA provisional times in their respective events at the Bucknell Bison Invitational on Saturday. Representing Edinboro University, Corey Wefing, a junior from Maple Springs, and Hope Pietrocarlo, a redshirt freshman ...

2017-18 Post-Journal Boys Basketball All-Stars

FIRST TEAM Elliot Bowen Ellicottville Senior Elliot Bowen was named a CCAA Division 2 East co-Player of the Year in his final campaign on the hardwood after averaging a double-double with 19.7 points and 12.6 rebounds while also averaging 2.3 assists, 2.1 steals and 2.7 blocks per game. ...

Registration Deadline For Rodeo Camp Is April 28

GERRY — Young rodeo fans are advised that the registration deadline for the free PRCA Rodeo Camp to be held at the Gerry Rodeo grounds on Saturday, May 5, is fast approaching. Spaces are limited and registration is due online by April 28. The camp, sponsored by the Professional Rodeo ...

Frostbite Relays Held In Franklinville

FRANKLINVILLE — Franklinville/Ellicottville/ West Valley won the Franklinville Frostbite Relays on Saturday with 96 points. Hornell was second with 88 points followed by Springville (82), Olean (66), Cuba-Rushford (51), Frewsburg (47) and Genesee Valley ...

Gray Impresses Again, Bears Improve To 4-0

FREWSBURG — Senior Trent Gray gave Frewsburg its second straight impressive start on the mound as the Bears won their fourth game of the week, 4-0, over non-league Falconer on Saturday morning. Gray went 6 2/3 innings, striking out 12 and walking three while allowing just four hits just a ...

Panama Edges MG In Tennis

The final match was the difference as Panama (3-0) defeated Maple Grove (1-1), 3-2, in the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Tennis League on Friday afternoon. Matt Apthorpe and Claire Helmburg defeated the second-doubles team of Lawton Tranum and Kampbell Howard, 6-4, 6-1, in over two plus hours to ...

Youth Trap League

The Southern Tier Scholastic Youth Trap League was in full swing last week with 24 teams in three conferences participating in match competition. Western Conference perfect scores were shot by Hayden Edwards (Frewsburg); and Maranda Perez and Zack Bentley, both from Cassadaga Valley. The ...

Crappie Are King In The Spring

For those us who remember when crappie — or as I grew up with calico bass — fishing in the spring was a sure sign that the dog days of summer were just around the corner. The bucket filled with these tasty fish was a spring time tradition. Then we would catch as many as we could than ...