Baseball, Softball Roundup

Emma Malmstrom Jouannet of Southwestern’s Avery Olson Law Office delivers to the plate during a Southern Tier Girls Softball Majors Division game.

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Chase Strickland had three hits and scored twice as the Royals beat the Braves, 3-0.

Jack Colburn added two hits and a run scored for the Royals.

Bennett Larson singled for the Braves and Jack Churchill stood out defensively.


Johnathon Miles had three hits and three runs scored as the Marlins shut out the Royals, 7-0.

Jack Irons added three hits, including a double, and two runs scored for the Marlins.

Jack Colburn had three singles and Jack Ballard turned a double play for the Royals.


The A’s beat the Braves, 4-1.

Mason Winchester had a hit and a run scored for the Braves while Dylan Peters was their defensive player of the game.


Shane Dubois had two doubles and a run scored while Kurt Johnson added a single and a run scored as the Diamondbacks beat the Royals, 2-0.

Dylan Brink had three singles and Jack Colburn turned a double play for the Royals.


Jack Irons had two doubles and two runs scored as the Marlins topped the Braves, 5-1.

Johnathon Miles added two doubles and two runs scored for the Marlins.

Ari Whitermore had two triples for the Braves.


The 11U Jamestown Knights went 2-1 in pool play at the Tonawanda Spring Swing Tournament on Saturday.

Mikey Carlson led the Knights to a 12-2 win over West Seneca West with six strikeouts on the hill in their third game of the weekend.

David Markham ripped a single and a triple while Donte James added a single in a double in that contest.

Jamestown will play in today’s championship game against a to-be-determined opponent.



Team Vegas battled Team Salvaggio’s, with Paxton Nickerson leading the offense and Owen Ramirez leading the defense for Vegas.

Noah Smith shined on offense and Noah Benedetto on defense for Salvaggio’s.


Ecklof Bakery played Jeremy’s Bel-View with Benjamin Monge leading the offense and Elijah Evans leading the defense for Ecklof Bakery.

Jack Nelson shined on defense and Brennen Bentley on offense for Jeremy’s.


Henry James played Kallie’s Krusade on Friday.

The offensive MVP for Henry James Carpet was Jace Carbajal and the defensive MVP was Ethan Rojo-Zavala.

For Kallie’s Krusade, the offensive MVP was Aden Brougham and the defensive MVP was Leon Lussier.


Henry James bested Phone Zone on Thursday.

Jayden Leid struck three hits in the win and John Schnars had a strong day in the field.

Xavier Cruz struck a single and a double for Phone Zone, and Bronx Ballard shined on defense.



Sherman’s JR Forestry topped Frewsburg’s Sons of the American Legion, 12-11.

Carlie Gable got the start in the circle while Teagan Gratto entered to pick up a pair of strikeouts for JR Forestry.

Cadence Courtney drove in the winning run to finish things off.

Donnie Lynn Sheldon led the offense and Skye Eckstrom the defense for Sons of the American Legion.


Aly Dalton was the offensive player of the game for Southwestern’s Avery Olson Law Office in a 17-12 win over Bemus Point’s Bayview Retirement.

Emma Malmstrom Jouannet and Payton Swartz stood out defensively for Avery Olson Law Office.

Harper Dawes shined offensively and Megan McGee stood out defensively for Bayview Retirement.


Panama’s Neil’s Propane topped Sherman’s J.R. Forestry.

Haleigh Cooper and Harlee Morse shined on offense for Panama while Cassie Lyon and Kait Horton led the defense.

Tegan Gratto had a good day at the plate while Carlie Gable shined on defense for Sherman.


Randolph Peaches and Cream Minors defeated Chautauqua Lake, 9-3.

Addyson Shawley led the way for Randolph with two big hits and two runs scored with Olivia O’Dell pitching a solid inning with three strikeouts and some smart defensive plays.

For Chautauqua Lake, Eden Ludwig played some stout defense and Callie Delcamp had two hits.


Panama’s Neil’s Propane topped Falconer’s Southern Tier Family Dentistry, thanks to Keira Loberg going 4 for 4 on the day with a grand slam.

Jessica Lyon added three hits in the win while Peyton Smith and Kennedy Lindquist shined on offense for Falconer.

Layla Anderson and Reese Short were defensive standouts for Panama while Alexis Abby and Finley Darr had strong performances in the field for Falconer.


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