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Stewart Runs Blue Devils To 29-16 Win Over JHS

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KENMORE — The Jamestown Red Raiders had their share of big plays Saturday afternoon at Crosby Field. ¯ Takye Branch connected with Jeff Seager on a 38-yard halfback option pass on their first offensive play. ¯ Jayden Schultz booted a 33-yard field goal. ¯ The defense forced a pair of ...

Maple Grove Excels At Queensbury Invitational

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QUEENSBURY — Paced by a third-place individual finish by junior Peter Auer, the Maple Grove boys cross country team won the varsity Small School Division II race at the Queensbury Adirondack Invitational on Saturday. Auer finished the 5K race in 16:51.15, less than 14 seconds behind winner ...

Play With The Bonnies

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Shults Auto Group presented Play With The Bonnies on Saturday at the Lakewood Family YMCA. The free event included basketball games and skills competitions with members of the St. Bonaventure men’s and women’s basketball teams. Participants received a free Bonnies Dri-FIT shirt, a St. ...

Jamestown Earns First Win

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ELLICOTTVILLE — Jamestown earned its first win of the season with a 3-1 victory over non-league Ellicottville in girls soccer action Saturday morning. After a 0-0 first half, Gillian Mead opened the scoring from Macey Lundmark before Alexa Swanson made it 2-0 from Mead for the Red Raiders ...

Drama Plays Out On Final Day Of 31st Battle

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Falconer Central Schools (1,545) won the Large Division title while Jamestown Bar Association/City Court and Jamestown Mattress tied with 1,585 points apiece for the Small Division crown in the 31st annual YMCA Battle of the Businesses. A man who has been part of the competition from the ...

Paul Holmes Memorial League Winners Recognized

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The Paul Holmes Memorial Monday Night Golf League held at Cable Hollow Golf Course crowned the 2018 champions after 18 weeks of competition. Pictured, from left, are: John Felton and Jim Casini, who captured the front-side division along with Ken Westphal and Bill Donaldson, absent, who ...

Golf Leagues

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CASSADAGA — In the Tuesday Night Men’s League at Cassadaga Country Club, Brenton Wilcox shot a 33. Dave Meadows was low net with a 28, while Dan Kelly was closest to the pin on No. 6 and Brad Kelly had a skin on No. 3. Brenton Wilcox 33, Tim Bulger 34, Todd Fenton 35, Brad Kelly 35, ...

Lockwood Takes Second

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On Aug. 13, Bath Elks Lodge #1547 hosted the NYSEA Junior Golf Tournament at Bath Country Club. Ben Lockwood represented the local Jamestown Elks Lodge #263 and took second place in the 17-18 Boys Division in a one-hole playoff. The Elks is a benevolent organization and donates to many local ...

Keeping Gear, Body In Hunting Shape

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With archery season just around the corner — Oct. 1 — it’s important to keep all of your equipment in hunting shape. Sportsmen/women spend months before opening day getting ready for the big day. We have spent months getting all of our equipment ready for a brief moment in time. ...

Fishing Report

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CHAUTAUQUA LAKE The walleye bite continues to be good with anglers working weedlines during good, low light periods. Trolling or jigging over deeper water are good daytime walleye tactics. Anglers are catching muskellunge tight to weedlines and suspended muskies in 20-30 feet of water, 10-15 ...

Maple Grove Shades Pine Valley, 2-0

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SOUTH DAYTON — A pair of first-half goals helped Maple Grove get by Pine Valley, 2-0, in a Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Central Division game featuring a pair of state-ranked boys soccer teams. Caleb Foley scored six minutes into the game from Jack Eimiller before R.J. Helt ...

JCC Volleyball Team Still Unbeaten

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SANBORN — Even with head coach Ashley Lund away for a wedding, Jamestown Community College’s volleyball team is pretty good. With assistant coach Lauren Beichner in charge Saturday, the Jayhawks went 3-0 in POD play against SUNY Adirondack, Hudson Valley CC and North Country CC at Niagara ...

I Felt So Strong Out There’

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To Cheryl Burns, age is merely a number. She learned that from her grandmother, Tillie Guggemos, years ago. “(She would tell me to) keep moving, no matter what,” Burns said. “Get outside daily, no matter what. Strengthen daily, eat healthy, set a goal and move toward it.” A ...

SWCS Defense, Snyder Lights Out

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While Cole Snyder and Alex Card continue to create highlights and receive accolades through the first three weeks of the high school football season, one aspect of the Southwestern Trojans has been overlooked. Their defense is pretty good, too. Southwestern allowed 174 yards, including ...

Penhollow, Crabtree Shine Bright For Golden Cougars

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ALLEGANY — Robbie Penhollow’s highlight-reel season continued Friday night. Connor Crabtree also had a banner evening and, taken together, it was more than enough to lead Cassadaga Valley/Falconer to a 50-21 victory over Allegany-Limestone in a Class C South football game. Penhollow ...

Gerace Set To Play For School In Michigan

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It would be fair to say that the Gerace family has significant experience when it comes to juggling a wide range of hockey schedules during the autumn and winter seasons. But this year things are going to be a bit different, because not only will the family look forward to watching daughter ...

Lady Cards Victorious In Volleyball

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RANDOLPH — The Randolph Lady Cardinals improved to 4-2 overall following a 25-15, 25-17, 25-13 victory over Clymer on Friday. Leading the way for the winners were Alyssa Adams with 11 kills; Joan Adams with seven kills, three aces and two blocks; Sydney Hvizdzak with eight kills; and ...

Eklum Wins Again, But JHS Falls, 4-1

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CeCe Eklum continued her winning ways for Jamestown in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association tennis action on Friday, but the Lady Red Raiders couldn’t get past Olean as a team. Eklum defeated Mackenzie Windus, 6-0, 6-4, at first singles, but the Lady Huskies claimed the remaining ...

MG Girls Post Soccer Shutout

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A tight game at the half, Maple Grove scored four goals after intermission to post a 5-0 Central Division soccer win over Westfield on Friday. Clare Crossley, on an assist from Marisa Schuppenhauer, opened the scoring at the 22-minute mark of the first half for the only goal heading into the ...