Baseball, Softball Roundup
SOUTHERN TIER GIRLS BABE RUTH SOFTBALL
Julia Stormont, Ahnicka Ernewein and Kareyanna Davila each went 4 for 4 as Jamestown’s Real Estate Advantage beat Bemus Point’s Chautauqua Hydroseeding, 8-6.
Keira Nesbitt, Meg Ryan and Laine Pillittieri stood out for Chautauqua Hydroseeding.
Colleen Fredrickson stood out offensively and Braelynn Mistretta shined defensively for Falconer’s Jamestown Heating in a 6-5 win over Neil’s Propane of Panama.
Lillian Abers shined offensively and Mallory Munson stood out defensively for Panama.
Lexi Szumigala stood out on defense and McKenna Weilacher shined offensively as Chautauqua Lake’s Country Ayre Farms beat Jamestown’s Phone Zone, 20-17.
Makayla Carlson and Ryleii Ahlquist shined for Jamestown.
Aryanna Sears went 3 for 3 and scored three runs to lead Randolph’s Peaches and Cream to a 22-3 win over Bemus Point’s Heritage.
Mya Nelson stood out defensively for Randolph at second base and catcher.
Annie Houser had two hits and Alya Johnson played well in the field for Bemus Point.
Southwestern’s Spectrum Eye Care beat Frewsburg’s Lobb’s Mobil, 9-7, behind two hits apiece from Khloe Johnson and Leia Taylor.
Elorna Barnett and Makenna Johnson stood out defensively for the winners.
Ava Reale had two hits while Brea Rubrecht doubled for Lobb’s Mobil. Mackenzie Lobb and Kendall Eckman shined defensively.
Addy Sturges and Chloe Meadows stood out offensively for Neil’s Propane of Panama recorded the win against Falconer’s Southern Tier Family Dentistry.
Kiersten Olson, Brooke Warner and Sturges shined on defense for the winners.
Falconer’s offensive standout was Addison Calimeri, who had a triple. Ellyson Baglia shined defensively.
Hannah Melquist and Mylie Zaranek pitched Falconer’s RS Motors/Rock City past Sherman’s J.R. Forestry.
Haley Holmberg had two hits for the winners.
Bria Palmatier and Erin Ranney were the top players for Sherman.
Emily Zaranek and Katrina Schrantz each had three hits as Falconer’s RS Motors/Rock City defeated Bemus Point’s Bayview Retirement.
Khloe Livengood had a strong game behind the plate for Falconer.
Cady Rogers and Lily Bohall were the standouts for Bemus Point.
Kylie Range and Deidre Cavness each had three hits as Neil’s Propane of Panama downed Southwestern’s Avery Olson Law Office.
Aysia Reed and Emma Cooper were Panama’s best defensive players.
Southwestern’s offensive standouts were Olivia Papalardo and Mary Gerace. Its top defensive players were Brooke Long and Audrina Olson.
JAMESTOWN CAL RIPKEN
Tyler Zwald, Dom Weber and Carson Panebianco each had three hits as Lewis & Lewis Law Firm defeated Lena’s Pizza, 18-7.
Owen Slojokowski and Ayden Samuelson split four hits while Weber, Panebianco, Carsen Bane and Xavier Foust shared pitching duties for the winners.
Kolden McCall had a two-run home run while Anthony Blakeslee had three hits for Lena’s Pizza.
Blake Smith was 4 for 4 with a triple and a double as True Value beat Morton Club, 14-5.
Mark Mescall and Drake Reynolds added hits for True Value while Smith, Mescall and Sam Lisciandro shared the pitching duties.
Nolan Drake and Aiden Peters each reached base three times and scored twice for Morton Club.
Dominic Newman was the Offensive Player of the Game for Henry James with four hits, including a triple, in a win over YMCA.
Colton Fred was the Defensive Player of the Game for Henry James.
Levi Blakesee was the Offensive Player of the Game and Myles Watkins was the Defensive Player of the Game for YMCA.
Joseph Yonkers had three hits and shined defensively as Team Ultimate beat Jamestown Honda, 14-6.
Kendell Marion had a hit and an RBI in the win.
Mikey Genco and Riley Garvin stood out for Jamestown Honda.
CITY REC BASEBALL
Austin Fish and Kollin Leroy each had four hits as the GOB Electric Astros defeated the Affinity One Blue Jays, 19-8.
Kael Taylor and Collin Devlieger added three hits each while Brennen Carraher and Connor Devlieger chipped in two hits apiece.
Justin Martin had a double, triple and a home run for the Blue Jays while Hannah Higgs and Nick Oste added two hits each.