Chris Keefe Builders from Chautauqua Lake downed the Jock Shop 17-9. Sara Yokom and Kylie Keefe were the offensive players of the game, each going 4-for-4.
Maddie Anderson, Olivia Herrington, Hallie Boardman, and Saige Keefe all had three hits. Chautauqua's defensive players of the game were Jenna Waters and Saige Keefe, each pitching two innings with two strikeouts.
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Falconer's 3 C's Catering beat STGBRS of Jamestown, 20-12. For the winners Asheley Curtis had three hits with a triple and Abrianna McCarthy had three hits.
Also for 3 C's, Courtney Peterson had two hits, including a double, while Amaya McCarthy, Nicole Youngberg, Macy Youngberg, and Eliza Schrantz all had two hits.
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Neil's Propane improved its record to 3-0 with a 17-7 win over Chautauqua Mechanical.
Standouts for the winning defense were Aurora Gould and Maddie Johnson in the infield. They each added two singles for the offense. For Chautauqua Mechanical, the standouts were Jenna Stockwell, who made it to base all three times at-bat and Jill KIndberg with some key defensive plays.
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Chautauqua Mechanical of Jamestown overpowered Custom Cabinetry of Bemus Point 18-4. For Chautauqua Mechanical, Lauren Tracy went the distance on the mound with seven strikeouts and was 2-for-2 with a double. Jillian Horton was 3-for-3.
Jaylyn Fred and Jenna Stockwell were defensive standouts.
For Custom Cabinetry, Courtney Martin was 2-for-3 with a double, and Dani Trim played a great game offensively.
Alex Daniels was the defensive player of the game.
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Falconer's 3 C's Catering defeated Jamestown's Jock Shop 16-6. For 3 C's, Nicole Youngberg had three hits with a double and Courtnee Peterson also had three hits.
Having two hits in the win were Sonna Alm, Kaitlin Bemis and Hannah Cross.
For the Jock Shop, Sydney Moss had a hit. The defensive players of the game were Cora Blodine and Samantha Bresson.
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In the battle for Frewsburg, Rand Machine beat Frewsburger Pizza 16-9. Sammie Ruhlman struck out seven in the win.
Sam Reale and Maddie Huggins provided great defense for Rand Machine.
Iyana Quinones had two hits in the win.
For Frewsburger Pizza, Elise Sposato and Becca Taylor were players of the game.
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The Southwestern Troopers defeated Jamestown's Babe Ruth softball team. Grace Alexander and Mya Borsheim were on the plate and mound respectively, while Ella White was a standout in the infield.
Jamestown's star players included Hannah Bigelow at bat and Aliya Graham in the field.
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Falconer's Lynn Development overcame Radiantly You of Randolph.
Lynn's Ava Fenton had four hits, while Tessa Spangenburg had two hits and scored four runs. The defensive player of the game for the winners was Rachel Harper. Renee Waterman was the offensive player of the game, and Harper Smith was the defensive player of the game for Randolph.
The Southern Tier Elite 10U softball team split a twin bill in Wellsville and fell in the first meeting 5-4 despite solid pitching from Amaya Lewczyk and Megan Fischer, and a double by Sofia Genareo.
The Elite closed out the second game against EMW, 7-6 in eight innings. Macy Youngberg knocked in Kylee Dibble for the winning run to secure Emma Ruhlman's third win in as many games.
9-10 MINORS BASEBALL
Piazza's Carpet One beat JTA, 6-2. Riley Piazza doubled and Kyle Dean had a three run home run in the win. Cole Simmons and Evan Christensen each had a hit for JTA.
Piazza's Carpet One beat JT/Lobb, 14-6, thanks to a pair of hits by Kyle Dean and Owen Kearney. Kyle Christensen also had a triple in the win.