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Meleen Leads Area Bowling With 279-772 At JBC

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Mark Meleen led the way for Bowler’s Corner in the Classic Doubles League at Jamestown Bowling Company, firing a 279-234-259-772 on Thursday night. Tom Lester finished with a 283-246-223-758 for Midnight Towing, while Andrew Raymond finished with a 247-278-729 for GameTime. Mark Blasdell ...

YMCA Soccer

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VARSITY BOYS Josh Grevill recorded a hat trick for Kane in a 12-2 defeat of Falconer/Cassadaga Valley. Adding two goals each were Mason Feikls, Justin Mishic and John Mishic. ——— Tage Roehm led Jamestown with two goals in a 3-3 draw against Eisenhower. Max Carden, Ian ...

Pool Leagues

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Seventeen members of the Jamestown Tuesday Night Men’s Pool League recorded perfect 24s during the 17th week. Finishing with perfect scores were Darryl Anderson, Scott Latrito, Dean McKoon, Don Smith, Sr., Jeremy Strickland, Darryl Green, Alan Rivera, Jose Alicea Jr., Mark Riedesel, Al ...

Starz Compete In Greensburg

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GREENSBURG, Pa. — Kamile Garza and Vysali Bommireddipalli received first-place honors for the Lakewood YMCA Starz Gymnastics Team during a two-day meet on Jan. 18-19. Garza (Level 2) finished in first place in the vault with a 9.0, and also finished with an 8.7 on the beam, and finished in ...

Backyard Curling

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Following are the results from Week 4 of the Northwest Arena Winter Backyard Curling Leagues, sponsored by Dot’s Gift Boutique, results for the Monday Night is as follows: 5:45 MONDAY LEAGUE TRCurlers came out strong with two close-call wins against Sweeping With Your Wife (45-44) and ...

HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE

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Today’s Schedule Boys High School Basketball Randolph vs. Iroquois, Centercourt Classic at Williamsville North, 6 p.m. Jamestown vs. Williamsville North, Centercourt Classic at Williamsville North, 7:30 p.m. Girls High School Basketball Pine Valley at North Collins, 6 ...

Signing Day

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Southwestern senior Tywon Wright, seated center, signs his letter-of-intent to attend the University of Rhode Island to continue his academic and football career. Tywon is flanked by his mother, Ian Wright, sister Kadijah Collier and family friend Chris Beehler. Standing, from the left, are ...

Hall-Of-Fame Experience

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It was recently announced that former Major League Baseball standout Larry Walker, in his 10th and final year of eligibility, was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. Over his 17-year career with the Montreal Expos, Colorado Rockies and St. Louis Cardinals, the ...

Ryberg, Forestville Show The Way At JBC

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Forestville came out victorious in the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Girls County Roll-Offs on Wednesday at Jamestown Bowling Company. The Hornets finished with a team linescore of 1,088-1,080-1,137-3,305. Jamestown’s Emily Ryberg finished in first place among individuals, ...

Thomas Scores 19, But JCC Men Fall To Genesee CC

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BATAVIA — Despite 19 points from Jordan Thomas, the Jamestown Community College men’s basketball team could not contain the trio of Jalen Willis , Selassie Bourne and Devin Green from Genesee CC, falling, 98-70, to the Cougars in NJCAA Region 3 Division II action on Wednesday night. ...

English Has Career Night To Spark Bonnies

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ST. BONAVENTURE — Sophomore Jaren English delivered the best performance of his Bonnies career, leading St. Bonaventure to a dominating win over George Washington, 72-47, Wednesday night at the Reilly Center. English poured in game-high 21 points, adding six rebounds, sinking 3-of-4 shots ...

Adult Hockey

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SHULTS AUTO GROUP OPEN DIVISION El Greco skated to a 6-4 victory over Hatrick Swayze on Saturday at Northwest Arena. David Morse and Nic Allen each added two goals for El Greco, while Zach Naruseioicz and Nate Stephens each added a goal. Hatrick Swayze received a hat trick from Jacob ...

Horseshoes

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Bob Chadwick and Bill Petransky recorded three wins each, and Barb Chadwick, Dick Franzen, and Mike Shannon had two wins apiece. Shannon had the high score of 96 with 19 ringers followed by Petransky with games of 91 and 88 with 11 and 10 ringers. Bob Chadwick had games of 86 and 86 with nine ...

Beaver Smashes 278-748 To Lead Area Bowling

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Ryan Beaver’s 248-278-748 led the way in the Lena’s Pizza Men’s League at Jamestown Bowling Company on Wednesday night. Beaver edged out Andrew Raymond, who fired a 247-232-268-747, and Jeff Arnold, who rolled a 268-279-747. Mike Greiner rolled a 259-252-732, Andrew Chapman finished ...

HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE

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Boys Basketball Portville at Randolph, 7:30 p.m. Chautauqua Lake at Fredonia, 7:30 p.m. Southwestern at Allegany, 7:30 p.m. Franklinville at Cattaraugus-Little Valley, 7:30 p.m. Panama at Westfield, 7:30 p.m. Cassadaga at Clymer, 7:30 p.m. Falconer at Salamanca, 7:30 p.m. ...

Room To Grow

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With four regular-season games remaining, Ken Ricker gave his Dunkirk girls basketball team a “six or seven” on a 10-point scale when rating its season. If, however, the Marauders’ coach was grading only the second quarter of Tuesday night’s Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic ...

Last-Second Shot Doesn’t Fall For Red Raiders

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Holding a one-point lead with just over a minute left in the game, Jayson Jaskier admitted that he felt a sense of deja vu. “I looked at my jayvee coach and said ‘This feels similar,’” the Lancaster head coach said after the game. The last time the Legends and the Red Raiders ...

Not A Bad Carry-On

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1995 Jamestown High School graduate David Hinson, an area scout for the Kansas City Chiefs, is pictured on an airplane with the Lombardi Trophy after Sunday’s Super Bowl win over the San Francisco 49ers.

Post-Journal Players of the Week

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BOYS BASKETBALL Tyler Hind Randolph Tyler Hind broke a Section VI record with his 344th 3-pointer, ending up with 24 points and 10 assists in Randolph’s 64-49 nonleague win over Ellicottville on Tuesday. On Thursday, Hind had 30 points in the Cardinals’ 71-54 Chautauqua-Cattaraugus ...

Fredonia Upends Chautauqua Lake In CCAA D1 West

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FREDONIA — Fredonia entered Tuesday night’s action riding a three-game winning streak, recording victories over Allegany-Limestone, Olean and Cassadaga Valley. On Tuesday night, Chautauqua Lake visited Fredonia, giving the Hillbillies another tough task. They were ready. On a night ...