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Local Sports

Regional Recognition

Seven local players have been recognized as All-Western New York Small School boys soccer selections by Section VI coaches. A pair of senior forwards lead the student-athletes recognized. Fredonia’s Juan Matias was selected after leading the Hillbillies with 15 goals this season. He also ...

ESA Holds Training For ‘Buddies’ In Collaboration With TRC Employees

Exceptional Stars Athletics held a training, “Be the Best Buddy You Can Be,” last Monday night for the “buddies” of the program. “Our program has really taken off in the last year and a half,” said Rich Bianco, ESA organizer. “We felt like we needed to provide the kids with ...

Trojans, Golden Cougars Each Place Two On First Team

The Chautauqua Cattaraugus Athletic Association West Division announced its girls soccer all-star teams recently, with Olean leading the way with four First-Team selections. Madison Jones, Chrissy Martin, Alexis Gibbons and Paxton Retchless earned honors for the Huskies, who finished the ...

Classic Tennis

LAKEWOOD — Champions were crowned in 10 different divisions at The Post-Journal Classic Tennis Tournament over the weekend at the Lakewood YMCA. With over 130 entries, the tournament experienced its largest turnout in 20 years. The Rising Stars Junior Singles Division was the first to ...

Matias, Keppel, Berg Honored In CCAA West Division

Allegany-Limestone’s Chance LaCroix has been named the All-Conference Player of the Year for Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association West Division boys soccer. The Gators finished the year at 14-3-2 overall and 10-0-2 in the league, falling to Fredonia in the Class B-2 sectional ...

Adult Curling

Northwest Arena recently hosted Week 6 of Backyard Curling, sponsored by Dot’s Gift Boutique. 5:45 MONDAY LEAGUE The two Pepsi teams took over the top spot of the league, as they both went 2-0 this week, as the Rockstar-Z knocked off Curling Me Softly, 36-35, and Stone Cold Curlers, ...

Burdic Rolls 730 Series At JBC

Paul Burdic led the Jeremy’s Bel View League at Jamestown Bowling Company with a 256-233-241-730 for Team 8, while George Wendell hit a 256-685 for Landmark Restaurant and Jamie Willey a 227-237-682 for Jeremy’s Bel View. In the Midnite Towing/Terminal Collision Monday Ladies Classic ...

Junior Bowling

JAMESTOWN BOWLING COMPANY Brandon Michael led the Majors Division at Jamestown Bowling Company with a 279-239-207-725 while Colton Cappalino hit a 248-192-187-627. In the Preps Division, Macy Bailey hit a 126-103-309 while Maylin Cuifolo struck a 112-303. Rowan Gilson had a 108-98-206 ...

Saturday Cross Country Showdown

A dozen of the best cross country runners from around New York State took to the links of Bemus Point Golf Club and Tap House on Saturday for a friendly competition in lieu of the canceled New York State Public High School Athletic Association Championships. Members of the Black Knights ...

P-J Classic Wraps Up

The Post-Journal Classic Tennis Tournament wrapped up Sunday at the Lakewood YMCA. Compete results will be published in the Tuesday edition.

Newhouse Leads Local Bowling With 783 Series

Adam Newhouse had a 268-258-257-783 to lead the American League at Cutting Lanes. Tab Berkhous rolled a 257-277-718 to lead the Friday Belle-View League at Jamestown Bowling Company. Kenny Bedford Jr. had a 255-249-685 in the Ames Insurance League at JBC. Roger Golden’s 234-244-682 led ...

Serving It Up

Jack Sherry, 10, delivers a serve during action in The Post-Journal Tennis Classic at the Lakewood YMCA on Friday. The tournament runs through Sunday. P-J photo by Scott Kindberg

Before He Could Box, Douglas Could Ball

On March 11, 1981, the Jamestown Community College men’s basketball team advanced to the NJCAA Tournament by virtue of a “heavyweight” battle and ultimate victory over Roxbury (Massachusetts) CC at the Physical Education Complex. That game report, written by late Post-Journal sports ...

Trap Leagues

Due to the new restrictions for COVID-19, the Penn-York Winter Trap League has been put on hold until the restrictions are lifted. There will be no shoots until further notice. — — — The Penn York Winter Trap League met last Sunday at Carroll Rod and Gun Club with 112 Shooters ...

Opening Of Deer Season Is Upon Us

Since the first time a hunter stepped into the woods to chase a whitetail, the book on deer behavior started to be written. The search for knowledge on the whitetail deer is a lifelong passion for many of us. The age-old question of what happens to wildlife when the weather changes or turns ...

Powerlifters Get Back To Work In Warren

On Nov. 7 powerlifters from around the Southern Tier and beyond gathered at the HERC Powerlifting Federation War For The Sword meet, hosted at S&C Powerplant gym in Warren. Under normal circumstances, the meet would have been hosted by Erick Sandberg and his wife Cammy, the co-owners of ...

Berkhous Smashes 300-742, Burdic Rolls 771 At JBC

In the JBC Classic Doubles at Jamestown Bowling Company Tab Berkhous was perfect on Thursday night. Berkhous hit a 227-300-742 for The Bad Bowlers, while Paul Burdic smashed a 268-247-256-771 for Farm Fresh. Mike Sacilowski had a 278-234-704 for Memory of AJF, Jeff Arnold a 263-246-689 for ...

Bright Night At Gowanda CS

The Gowanda Central School District had a ribbon cutting and turned on the lights at a special ceremony at the new baseball and softball fields on campus on Wednesday night. Photo courtesy of Young + Wright