Youth Baseball, Softball Roundup



Panama’s Neil’s Propane took a 20-16 victory over Bemus Point’s Hall Law Firm.

Addyson Adam was 3 for 3 on offense for Bemus Point and her teammate Onna Warner played great defense.

Panama’s Isla Covey provided great plays getting three quick outs for the team. Willow James had a great hit bringing in multiple runs in the last inning.


Heathen Household Services defeated Neils propane.

Heathen’s Offensive Player of the game was Taylor Vullo and Defensive Player of the Game was Sofia Gilbert.

Neil’s was led by Offensive Player of the Game Aynsley Shamburg and Defensive Player of the Game Phoebe Walcott.


Neil’s Propane of Panama 10U beat South Dayton 12-7 on Sunday.

Fiona Sprovkin and Bella Covey stood out defensively for Panama.

Emma Buczek and Kennedy Young were the players of the game for South Dayton.


Randolph defeated Frewsburg 17-15.

Madelyn Foster had great defensive plays for Randolph and Gracin Conklin had three hits.

Adalyn Armella was the leading offensive player for Frewsburg and Cora Cruea had great defensive plays.


Jamestown’s Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy won its first game of the season when it defeated Chautauqua Lake 14-8.

Charlee Conti and Maddison Peters led Jamestown in runs scored.


Calvert-Pearson beat Dahlstrom Roll Form 10-0.

Riley Koszewski had two hits and made a heads-up defensive play for Calvert. Anna Hulings, Harper Nester and Claire Manning had nice hits for Calvert.

Nova and Aubrey had base hits for Dahlstrom.


South Dayton beat Panama’s Neil’s Propane 18-14.

Lakelyn Brisley led the offense for the Fillies going 4 for 4 and scoring all four times. Kendal Herman and Samara Irwin each singled twice.

Marlie Seekings scored twice and was Offensive Player of the Game, and Grace Munsee was stellar behind the plate for Defensive Player of the Game for Panama.


Jamestown’s El Greco defeated Cassadaga.

Karissa Ramos helped pick up the win on the mound with seven strikeouts. Kailyn Rigerman helped with three hits.

For Cassadaga, Maya Richner had two hits and Joey Crowell starred defensively.




Schults Auto defeated Ecklof Bakery 10-0.

For Shults, Jordy Berg and Bryson Stone led the offense while Nathan Klemens and Eli Rodriguez led the defense.

For Ecklof, Emmett Silliman and Dominick Robbins led the defense while Jay Morris and Alex Krywoshyj led the offense.


In a close Saturday matchup, Ecklof Bakery defeated Ames Insurance 6-4.

Leading the way for Ames Insurance were Brayden Whitacre, Remy Monn and Trenton Johnson.

For Ecklof, Karzyn Pacheco and Niko Knight had great games.


Pearl City Hops beat South County Electric 5-1.

Pearl City Hops’ top players were Jet Mobley on offense with an inside-the-park home run, and on defense Vincent Ribaudo pitched well and made a great play at shortstop.


Pearl City Hops beat Moore’s Auto 16-9.

Standouts for Pearl City Hops were Connor Becker on offense with two doubles and four RBIs, and on defense, Jet Mobley made an incredible jumping catch in left field with two outs and the bases loaded.


The Affinity One Credit Union Blue Jays improved to 1-0 to start the season.

The Blue Jays beat the AJ Texas Hots Yankees 17-4 with Lexi Oste hitting three doubles. Kaleb Senear had a double and two singles, and Micheal Tausend collected his first two hits.

AJ Texas Hots was led by Leyondre Glover with two doubles. Cameron Trenary hit a double and a single, and Wyatt Sorenson collected two singles.



The Lakewood Gladiators beat the Orchard Park Bombers 11-4 on Sunday.

The Gladiators made the score 4-1 in the top of the third after an error scored one run; Wilson Genareo singled, scoring two runs; and Riley Lacross singled, scoring one run.

Lakewood added five runs on four hits in the top of the fourth inning. Mason Degnan singled, scoring one run; Drake Beckstrom hit a sacrifice fly, scoring one run; an error scored two runs; and Genareo doubled, scoring one run.

Julian Jackson earned the win for Gladiators. The right-hander gave up one hit and one run over three innings, striking out five and walking four. Lacross threw one inning of shutout ball in relief.

Lakewood amassed 11 hits in the game. Jackson, Gavin Darr and Genareo each collected two hits. Jackson and Genareo were a one-two punch in the lineup, as each drove in two runs.

The Gladiators host the NY Stingers Black on Saturday.


Brayden Beckstrom went 2 for 4 with a double and three RBIs, while Garrett Darr was 4 for 4 with four RBIs as the Lakewood Gladiators beat the Diamond Dawgs 16-7 on Sunday.

Lauson Hoisington and Noah Lindell each added a pair of hits for the Gladiators, who pounded out 15 hits.

Lukas Youngberg was 2 for 3 and Collin Bragg drove in a pair of runs for the Diamond Dawgs.


Grant Smith had a solid single to spark the offense and five runs were scored in the third inning as the Gladiators beat the Jamestown Knights 6-5 at LaGrega Field.

Fireworks started in the bottom of the seventh. Glade Rulander reached base via walk and advanced to third on a pair of stolen bases. Hudson Rapp laced the game-winning single to right-center field, scoring Rulander for the winning run. Stanton threw three solid innings in relief.

Parker Stanton, Cameron Briggs, Jansen Walters, Lucas Zambotti and Evan Wilcox all scored in the third inning for the Gladiators.

For the Knights, Rydes Dascomb and Zadiel Cruz each scored two runs. Bryson Peterson and Cruz combined for 15 strikeouts on the mound.



Bryan Heald hit two home runs and drove in seven runs as Frewsburg’s Storage Linc beat Bemus Point’s Great Lakes Tree Service 15-5 on Monday.

Heald drove in a run with a groundout in the first inning before a three-run inside-the-park home run in the third. Then, in the fifth inning, Heald hit a three-run home run down the left-field line at Ellery Town Park.

Jayden Wiggins hit an RBI double and Curtis Spielman also doubled for Storage Linc. Lincoln Moller, Jackson Butzer and Spielman combined for 11 strikeouts on the mound.

Brody Hricko had two hits, including a double, and drove in two runs for Great Lakes Tree Service.


Ashton Bushey doubled and drove in a pair of runs, while also striking out seven in three scoreless innings on the mound as Randolph’s Quatro Outdoors blanked Frewsburg’s Storage Linc 4-0.

Maverick Moore had two of Storage Linc’s five hits. Bryan Heald and Jackson Butzer combined for 14 strikeouts on the mound.


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