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Bryce Is Nice On The Hill In JHS Upset

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By The Post-Journal sports@post-journal.com Jamestown baseball coach Dave Roehmholdt says Bryce Jackson has never shied away from the big moment. On Monday afternoon, the senior right-hander embraced it in a big way. Facing Clarence, the No. 2 large school in Western New York, Jackson ...

Hall-Of-Fame Tournament

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Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame inductees Sam Restivo (Class of 2017), left, and Stan Marshaus (Class of 2006) are making preparations for the first CSHOF Scramble Golf Tournament, which will be held June 16 on the Lake Course at Chautauqua Golf Club. Marshaus, the former director of golf at the ...

Gullo, Stockwell Help Raiders’ Golf Teams Remain Undefeated

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It came down to a match of cards between unbeaten Jamestown and Southwestern in a CCAA Division 1 boys golf match and it was the Red Raiders who came out on top, 29-26, at Moon Brook Country Club on Monday. Anthony Gullo led the way for Jamestown (8-0, 7-0) with a 2-over 38 for medalist ...

Grant Is Medalist On Asquith Senior Tour

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GOWANDA — Shelly Grant was the medalist with an 82 in Asquith Senior Tour on Monday at Gowanda Country Club. Grant did his damage in the White A Flight, which was led by Ted Charles with a plus two. James Jackson followed with a plus two and Dave Stewart had a plus one. In the White B ...

JHS Posts Tennis Victory

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Ethan Glatz and Henry Malarkey won the first doubles and that enabled host Jamestown High School to record a 3-2 win over Salamanca Monday afternoon in the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Tennis League. Glatz and Malarkey downed Liam Long and Kendall Valvo, 10-4, as Jamestown moved to 4-6 in the ...

Division 2 West Golf Qualifiers

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Above are the Section VI Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 2 West qualifiers who played at the par 72 Tri-County Country Club layout on Monday. From the left are Darien Swanson, Chautauqua Lake/Westfield/Sherman, 95; automatic bid Kole Maytum, Chautauqua ...

SUNYAC Performers

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Kellen Martin, a 2017 Cattaraugus-Little Valley graduate, is putting together a fine freshman season on the track for SUNY Cortland. This past weekend, Martin finished third in the decathlon with 5,483 points at the SUNYAC Championships hosted by Geneseo. Martin finished sixth in the ...

Genesee CC Sweeps Jayhawks

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BATAVIA — Eight errors were the biggest culprit for Jamestown Community College in an NJCAA Region 3 Division III doubleheader sweep at the hands of Genesee CC on Sunday afternoon. Three run innings in the first and sixth innngs helped the Cougars take a 9-3 lead in Game 1, before holding ...

Stateline Holds Open Practice

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BUSTI — Stateline Speedway opened on-track activities for the 2018 season with an “open practice” session Saturday for all regular classes plus the new RUSH Crate Sprint division, scheduled for an appearance this summer. Fifty-six cars over the six regular classes plus winless crate ...

His Way Archers To Host Charity Event At Bear Lake Rod & Gun

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STOCKTON — The Bear Lake Rod & Gun Club and His Way Archers are sponsoring a charity event this weekend to benefit Chappy’s Outdoors, a Christian-based organization that provides outdoor adventures to sick and injured veterans. The benefit, which will be held Saturday and Sunday at ...

HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE

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Today’s Schedule High School Baseball Panama at Brocton, 4 p.m. Southwestern at Fredonia, 4:30 p.m. Frewsburg at Cattaraugus-Little Valley, 4:30 p.m. Cassadaga Valley at Clymer, 4:30 p.m. Silver Creek/Forestville at Maple Grove, 4:30 p.m. Dunkirk at Chautauqua Lake, 4:30 ...

Red Raiders Post Road Win Over Dunkirk

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DUNKIRK — The Jamestown and Dunkirk high school baseball teams took a break from their league schedules to play a non-league game on Saturday afternoon at Dunkirk High School, with the Red Raiders coming out on top, 9-4. The entire lineups on both squads were able to participate, with many ...

Baseball, Softball Roundup

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SOUTHWESTERN LITTLE LEAGUE MAJORS DIVISION Chase Hartnett, Brady Lindstrom and Zach Rhodes all went 3 for 3 as the Cubs downed the Mets, 9-7. Cameron Lyon was the top pitcher for the Cubs. Conner Johnson went 2 for 3 with a home run and four RBIs for the Mets. ——— Cameron ...

Fredonia Knocks Off Lake Shore In Softball

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ANGOLA — The Fredonia Lady Hillbillies broke out the bats in a 15-6 win over the Lake Shore Eagles in a non-league game Saturday afternoon. The Lady Billies started early, and never looked back. Fredonia (8-2, 6-2) was able to string together four first-inning runs in a two-out rally ...

Fishing For Early Season Walleye

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The ’Eyes have it. Chautauqua Lake offers some fine walleye fishing, and state regulations of five fish and a 15-inch minimum limit gives anglers ample opportunity to chase these tasty critters. Early season fishing on Chautauqua Lake traditionally opens just in time for some trolling. This ...

Stream Youth Fly Fish Program Celebrates 20 Years

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The 13th annual Canadaway Creek Conservation Project will be held Saturday, June 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the pavilion behind the Fredonia Fire Hallon Main Street. The event has traditionally been held the day before Father’s Day. The project will include an educational ...

Fishing Report

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CHAUTAUQUA LAKE Walleye season is open and Chautauqua Lake regulations are now the same as the statewide regulations: minimum length of 15 inches and daily limit of five. Targeting walleye in shallower areas near weedlines at night is a productive early season tactic. Boaters can troll with ...

Golf Leagues

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RUSSELL, Pa. — Alan Ludwick led the gross scores with a 39 and Chuck Barrett led the net scores with a 31 in the Senior Men’s League at Cable Hollow Golf Course on Friday night. John Bevevino led for the second week in a row with seven pars. Bruce Brightman had the most points with nine ...

Still On Track

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FALCONER — Friday’s weather forecast had officials, athletes and spectators alike worried that the 17th annual Golden Falcon Invitational would be a repeat of last year’s race. “Right after we gave the Joe Paterniti Awards last year, before the 400 hurdles, we had the thunderstorms ...