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‘New’ Tool Available For Spring Turkey Hunters

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When we speak of “new” tools for spring turkey hunters, it’s not so much a new tool, but a fine-tuned tool. Before you all jump on my back — which by the way is carrying quite a load as of late, so there isn’t much room left — hear me out on this new tool. The “new” tool is a ...

Fishing Report

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LAKE ERIE AND TRIBS Cattaraugus Creek was getting close to a fishable level, but light rain earlier in the week may have muddied its waters again. The other streams were starting to get a bit low, so this rain should help. Steelhead fishing has recently been good on the streams for mostly ...

Jayhawks Sweep Twin Bill At Broome CC; Play Two Today

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BINGHAMTON — The Jamestown Community College baseball team had a long day Saturday, but Coach Matt Cummings couldn’t have been any happier. “It all came together for us,” he said. Indeed. Caleb Caldwell belted a three-run home run in the first inning of the first game and Carlo ...

T’Birds Win Pair At Softball Challenge

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NORTH COLLINS — The Chautauqua Lake Lady Thunderbirds went 2-0 at the North Collins Three-Way Challenge on Saturday, earning a 9-2 win over Lake Shore and a 9-3 victory over the host Eagles. In the first game, Chautauqua Lake belted out 13 hits, while Olivia Anderson led the way in the ...

Recognition Continues For Painted Pony Championship Rodeo

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GERRY — Painted Pony Championship Rodeo, the contractor for the annual Gerry Fire Department’s PRCA rodeo, continues to receive national recognition as three of their bulls and five broncs were chosen to make the 2,500-mile round trip to perform at the recent Ram National Circuit Finals ...

NYS DEC Announces Mandatory Hunter Education Classes

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NNew York State Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos announced last week that all new hunters planning to go turkey hunting this spring must first complete a mandatory hunter education course before purchasing a hunting license. Hunter Education courses are being ...

YMCA Volleyball

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In YMCA Coed Volleyball playoff action, 5SA was a 25-21, 25-22 winner over Bumping Buds. Teah Bines led the winners and Gina Volpe was MVP in defeat. ——— SWAT was an 18-25, 25-23, 21-19 winner over TBD thanks to an MVP performance by Shawn Brown. Sarah Rauh was MVP for ...

Paul Burdic Fires 280-267-728 At JBC

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Paul Burdic led the Saturday Mixed Couples league at Jamestown Bowling Company with a 280-267-728, while Bill Colburn smashed a 234-693 and John Budzinski had a 253 game. Fran Walters rolled a 233-610. Jamestown Bowling Company: John Budzinski 247-672, Tyler Jones 222-222-657, Kevin ...

Frustration

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Playing against strong teams always tends to magnify mistakes, and that was certainly the story of Friday evening’s North American Hockey League game between the second-place Jamestown Rebels and first-place Johnstown. Jamestown took a 1-0 lead off of a great individual effort by Niki ...

Release Request

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James Rojas announced last fall that he would be heading to the University at Buffalo in 2019-20 to continue his academic and basketball career. But, according to JucoRecruiting.com, the former Jamestown High School and Hutchinson (Kansas) Community College star has requested his release ...

Archery

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In His Way Archery League action Colby Welker led the Hunter Class with a 314, while Josh Ball shot 308, Shawn Abers 300, Brandon Kellogg 295, Travis Brown 288 and Dan Abers 263. In the Senior Hunter Class Bill Kiendl shot a 329, Henry Johnson 304 and Randy Brown 288 while Craig Aklin shot a ...

Wilcox Delivers Again, Falconer Trims SW

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LAKEWOOD — Mark Wilcox has had quite a week. The junior drilled two home runs, including a three-run blast to ignite a five-run first inning, lifting Falconer to a 14-7 victory over Southwestern in a Division 1 West baseball game at LaGrega Field on Friday afternoon. Wilcox, who had the ...

Forestville Posts Softball Win Over Sherman

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Phoebe Kingsfield had three hits and Dakota VanArsdale added two to support the pitching of Kaitlyn Alguire as Forestville downed Sherman, 13-5, in a nonleague softball game Thursday. Sherman’s Rowan Fisher and Amaya Lewczyk had a triple and double respectively against Alguire, who struck ...

Bowling

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Jamestown Bowling Company: Friday Senior Coffee Bowl—George Wendell 203-577, Don Angelo 242-537, Ron Kuczenski 222-563, Harry Jones 214-550, Mike Barton 542, Bill Evans 534, Dana Albert 532, Kathy Bradshaw 509, Bob Dowd 506, Ron Arnold 501, Sharon Dowd 452.

Horseshoes

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Bob Chadwick and Boyd Shaffer were the only three-game winners this week while Randy Hopkins, Stephanie Johnson, Don McCray, Dave Niles, Bill Petransky, and Mike Shannon had two wins each. Chadwick had the high score with a 90 with 12 ringers. Shaffer recorded games of 89 and 85 with nine ...

HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE

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Today’s Schedule High School Baseball Allegany-Limestone at Frewsburg, 10:30 a.m. Cattaraugus-Little Valley at North Collins, 12 p.m. Fredonia at Williamsville East, 1 p.m. High School Softball .Falconer at Pine Valley, 11 a.m. Caledonia-Mumford at Ellicottville, 10 ...

Five-Run Outburst

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LAKEWOOD — The Southwestern Trojans broke out to a five-run first inning and rode that early burst of offense all the way to a 10-2 win over visiting Cassadaga Valley at Packard Field on Thursday afternoon in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 1 West baseball ...

Adams Powers Bears Past Portville

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FREWSBURG — MaKena Adams’ ability in the circle will keep Frewsburg in most of its games this spring. If the Bears’ offense puts up even a few runs each afternoon, it could be a special season. Adams threw a five-hitter with 13 strikeouts as Frewsburg beat non-league Portville, 4-3, ...

Tompkins Cortland CC Sweeps Jayhawks

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DRYDEN — Jamestown Community College was swept in an NJCAA Region 3 Division III doubleheader at Tompkins Cortland CC, 7-3 in Game 1 and 11-9 in Game 2 on Thursday. The Jayhawks’ Carlo Rodriguez walked and Paul Tripi singled before Roberto Aracena’s RBI single in the top of the first ...