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Catching Time With Dad

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Tim Kindberg faced a dilemma earlier this week in the run-up to Father’s Day. The Jamestown native and the married father of two had to decide whether he should celebrate by: one, attending a minor league baseball game at UPMC Park in Erie; or, two, paying a visit with his adult sons, ...

Area Roundup

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JAMESTOWN CAL RIPKEN MINORS DIVISION PLAYOFFS Ryan Engquist went 4 for 4 with a double and also struck out six while allowing three hits in 2 1/3 innings on the mound as Lions Club beat Jock Shop, 10-4. Carter Rizzuto went 3 for 3 and struck out six in two innings while Tristan Brandow ...

Learning At The Feet Of The Master

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Let’s take a step back in time to 1998. A little-known outdoor writer from Western New York was attempting to get a TV program off the ground and gain some national exposure. A call from BASS invited him to attend the BassMaster Classic as a media member. After a plane ride to North ...

Fishing Report

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CHAUTAUQUA LAKE The walleye bite along weed edges has generally been fair, with some good days mixed in. Trolling with worm harnesses and stickbaits or jigging with jig and worm or bladebaits can be productive. Anglers have also picked up some good walleye catches by jigging around the deeper ...

Golf Leagues

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The Tuesday Night Ladies League at South Hills Country Club was led by Mary Green with a 44. Mary Green 44, Sarah Drake 49, Michele Ognibene 49, Andrea Carlson 50, Patty Lundin 51, Kristy Moore 52, Kristin Carlson 53, Lynn Radack 53, Pam Simon 54, Mel Liddie 54, Tammy Hartzell ...

Horseshoes

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SENIOR LEAGUE There were three three-game winners this week. They were Ken Aldrich, Otis Blakeslee, and Randy Hopkins. Bob Chadwick and Art Mitchell each recorded two wins. Otis Blakeslee led the scoring with games of 91, 91 and 85 with 11, 10 and five ringers. Ken Aldrich had games of 86 ...

Brocton, Have Mercy

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BINGHAMTON — The Brocton Bulldogs said that they wanted to make their second straight trip to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Final Four one for the history books. Friday was certainly that, and now the Bulldogs will play for the first baseball state title in ...

Woodland Leads

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PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Gary Woodland was playing so well Friday in the U.S. Open that he didn’t want to give away any shots. He wound up stealing one at the end for another record at Pebble Beach and a 36-hole lead for the second time in the last four majors. Woodland kept bogeys off his ...

Registration Still Open For One Ball Tourney

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FREWSBURG — Registration is still open for the seventh annual One Ball Tournament for Testicular Cancer at Carroll Town Park on June 22. The whiffle ball tournament, for ages 21 and older begins at 9:30 a.m. with 24 teams playing games on six fields. Team registration is open at ...

Trap Leagues

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In Cattaraugus County Trap League action last week, Randolph bested Celoron, 364-345, while Busti topped Carroll, 334-331. Perfect 50s were shot by Denny Gullo, Steve Crudele, Gary Sickles Sr., Clarence Dickerson, Kevin Sturzenbecker, Jerry Martin and Jeff Gens. Rose Corbran and Steph ...

Spitz Headed To Allegheny College

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Flanked by her parents Deanna and Tim, and sister Lindsey, Jamestown High School senior Emily Spitz, seated second from left, signs a letter of intent to continue her academic and swimming career at Allegheny College in the fall. Emily, who has been a member of the JHS varsity swim team, plans ...

Foti Throws 680 Series At JBC

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In the Thursday League at Jamestown Bowling Company, Alex Foti had the big night with a 246-253-680. Dan Walker threw a 238-249-670, Andrew Chapman 238-667 while Zach Ryberg tossed a 226-643. Pat Ewing had a 234-225-639, Rusty Martin 235-630 and Bill Thompson 238-626. Jon Messina had a 252 ...

NYSPHSAA PLAYOFFS

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BASEBALL NYSPHSAA PLAYOFFS Friday CLASS AA at Binghamton University McQuid Jesuit 4, Suffern 3 Shenendehowa 4, Massapequa 1 FINALS Saturday 10 a.m. at Union Endicott High School II-Shenendehowa vs. V-McQuaid CLASS A at Union-Endicott High School Maine-Endwell 5, ...

HOLE-IN-ONE

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BUSTI — Using a 9-iron, Sam Galbato recorded a hole-in-one on the 115-yard, 13th hole at South Hills Country Club on Tuesday. Witnesses were Sam Amatuzzo, Jack Fulford and David Miller.

Another Shot

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BINGHAMTON — The Brocton Bulldogs have one thing on their mind this weekend at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association baseball Final Four — making history. After their first trip to states a year ago, the Bulldogs are making a return trip. As sweet as last ...

Pascarella, Majka Honored In CCAA D1 West

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Southwestern’s Mitchell Pascarella was named the Roger Moore Player of the Year as the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 West released its baseball all-stars. Pascarella went 4-2 with a 1.34 earned run average and 63 strikeouts in league play for the ...

Warren Man To Play 100 Holes In One Day

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Warren resident Austin Stoddard has spent plenty of time on the golf course throughout his life. A 2012 graduate of California University of Pennsylvania, Stoddard has logged hundreds of combined hours of collegiate, amateur and recreational play over the course of his 29 years. But none of ...

Majka Named Chautauqua Lake’s Athlete Of Year

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Chautauqua Lake’s Kyler Majka delivers to the plate during a baseball game earlier this spring. File photo MAYVILLE — Chautauqua Lake has been on quite a run of developing star athletes worthy of statewide recognition. As both a star athlete and a leader, Kyler Majka certainly deserves ...

Senn Sendoff

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The following article on Cattaraugus-Little Valley High School baseball coach Chuck Senn originally appeared in The Post-Journal on May 20, 2018, not quite a month after he recorded his 600th career victory. Since Senn, who decided to step down after the just completed ...