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Youth Baseball

JAMESTOWN CAL RIPKEN

TEE-BALL DIVISION

Aria Patric was the top offensive player for Jeremy’s Belview and Elnora Peterson was the top offensive player for Elks in their matchup.

The top defensive player for Jeremy’s Belview was Trenton Johnson and for Elks it was Dalton Broadhead.

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Tucker Leone and Paige Nickerson shined for D&S Glass in a matchup with Lewis & Lewis, P.C. at Allen Park.

Maddison Peters and Alvie Peterson stood out for Lewis & Lewis, P.C.

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Remy Robles was the defensive star for the Tarp Skunks and Griffin Hyldahl stood out defensively for Luthern Social Services.

On offense, Easton Tobias shined on offense while Adrian Hammond did the same for LSS.

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Zachary Sell shined offensively for Chautauqua Eagles and Axel Bergman did the same for Ecklof’s.

On defense, Zane Rupczyk stood out for Chautauqua Eagles and Andrew Tyler did the same for Ecklof’s.

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Lena’s faced off against the Jock Shop.

The offensive MVP for Lena’s was Kaleb Ormsby and the defensive MVP was Judson Rink.

The offensive MVP for the Jock Shop was Micah Drake and the defensive MVP was Elijah Van Sickle.

MINORS

Premier Listings Real Estate beat the Tarp Skunks Tuesday night, 6-0.

Together, Riley Garvin and Tyler Ostrander pitched a no-hitter. Ostrander also had a double, while Ethan Heppler hit a single and two stolen bases. For the Tarp Skunks, Max Miley and Xavier Nickerson had 8 strike outs and together the team held a strong defense.

FALCONER LITTLE LEAGUE

MAJORS

Gavin Curtis hurled a complete game one-hitter while striking out 11 to lead Bloomquist Landscaping to a 12-1 win over Tasta Pizza.

Curtis added a triple and scored three runs to help his own cause. Liam Sharpe ripped a double while Chase Bianco and Sage Jones added run scoring singles.

Nick Russell had a single for Tasta Pizza’s lone hit.

INTERLEAGUE

MINORS

Randolph Auto hosted Slone Melhuish Insurance of Jamestown Tuesday night. Randolph Auto won 10-2.

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Chautauqua Lake Westwind Functional Fitness won its game against Bemus Point Tanner’s Garage on Tuesday night. Chautauqua Lake’s Teagan Webb earned the offensive player and Lucy Ulsh earned the defensive player award for Chautauqua Lake, while and Presley Caruso was the defensive most valuable player and Alexa Goodwill was the offensive player of the game.

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