Youth Baseball, Softball Roundup


The Affinity One Blue Jays improved to 5-1 with a 12-2 defeat of the Fresh Press Studios Astros.

For the Blue Jays, Collin Devlieger hit his first grand slam and went 3 for 3, including a double. Alex Erickson was also 3 for 3 with a triple, while Cameron Pintagro had three singles.

For the Astros, Cora Matherly and Thomas Gage doubled, while Analeaha Calderon singled.



Honest John’s defeated Hall Attorney at Law 19-17.

Offensive players of the game for Honest John’s were Juliana Rodriguez and Austyn Light. Hall Attorney at Law’s top offensive players were Avery Balling and Addyson Adams.

Defensive player for Honest John’s was Melody Mobey and for Hall Attorney at Law was Lynaya Moore.


Moonlight Electric beat Neil’s Propane 20-7.

Offensive players of the game were Adalyn Armella and Nora Maher.

Defensive players of the game were Cora Cruea and Allison Froman.


Abbie Leonard and Hazel Lutgen played great offense on Saturday while Kailyn Kirchhoff joined them for strong defense which led Bemus Point’s Hall Attorney at Law in a win against Chautauqua Lake’s Hogan’s Hut.


The Dinner Bell defeated Hall Attorney at Law 18-6.

The Dinner Bell’s offensive player of the game was Liliana Ingrao and defensive player of the game was Matilynn Gilbert.

For Hall Attorney at Law, Bella Newman and Layla Moore were the standouts.


Chautauqua Lake’s Mulligan’s defeated Cassadaga’s Floors at Your Door 15-11.

Chautauqua Lake’s Oakley Smith led on offense with Kloe Feldt leading the defensive front.

For Cassadaga, Serenity Covington was the offensive leader and Eloise Marsh was the defensive leader.


Chautauqua Lake’s Mulligan’s defeated Frewsburg 23-12.

Chautauqua Lake’s Ellie Jauss led the offense with solid hitting and Jade Green made key defensive plays.

For Frewsburg, Cassidy Raymond had a two-run double.


Chautauqua Lake’s Mulligan’s defeated Cherry Creek’s JSE Excavation 13-6.

Chautauqua Lake’s Lulu Maguire hit well in every inning with Malani Ryberg shutting down first base on defense.

For Cherry Creek, Summer Comstock led the offensive with a two-run single and Abigail Kelley led the defense.


Chautauqua Lake’s Mulligan’s defeated Jamestown 11-9 during a rainy Saturday afternoon match.

Chautauqua Lake’s Ryley Cummings had a three-run hit with Hannah Raynor making key plays in the infield.

Jamestown’s Kylee Darr drove in two runs and Madelyn Classon stood out defensively.


Chautauqua Lake’s Mulligan’s defeated Panama’s Neil’s Propane 20-7.

Chautauqua Lake’s defensive front was led by Mackenzie Preston with Addie Delva and Hannah Raynor leading the offense with hits each inning.


Chautauqua Lake’s Mulligan’s shut out Falconer 15-0.

Chautauqua Lake’s runaway offense was led by Oakley Smith with a two-base hit in the fifth inning and Annee Testa holding the infield.

For Falconer, Zoey Yanik led the offense while Sierra Shelters played tough defense to close out the third and fifth innings.


Chautauqua Lake’s Mulligan’s defeated Randolph 9-8 in a close game.

Chautauqua Lake’s defensive front was led by Ryley Cummings with Jade Green earning big hits for the offense.

Randolph’s Emme Kennedy led the offense with a double, while Olivia Brown and Nora Roberts also picked up key hits.


Panama’s Neil’s Propane and Gerry’s B&B Logging tied 7-7.

Panama’s Lola VanAiken provided great plays on defense. Maddie Chamberlain had several great hits on offense.


Jamestown’s Angie’s Country Cabins defeated Cherry Creek 13-11.

Jamestown’s top offensive players were Margaret Schnars and Elana Spence.

Top defensive players were Avianna Berrios and Analia Oliveras.


Frewsburg beat Jamestown No. 2 25-14.

Ryleigh Eckman was the defensive player of the game and Kendra Schauers was the offensive player of the game for Frewsburg.

Elle Theofilactidis was the defensive player of the game and Isabel Strickland was the offensive player of the game for Jamestown.


Frewsburg beat Randolph 21-17.

Amelia Potter was the offensive player of the game and Lilli Swan was the defensive player of the game for Frewsburg.

Savannah Spinler, Olivia Green and Jayla Baker were the top offensive players for Randolph.


Jamestown’s El Greco Woodworking defeated Frewsburg 17-16.

For Jamestown, Marley Watkins led the way offensively with two hits and Gia Bell was outstanding defensively.

Frewsburg’s Kendra Schauers had two hits and Skylar Sweatman was the defensive player of the game.




Lukas Youngberg went 2 for 3 with three RBIs and two runs scored to key a 12-hit attack as the Diamond Dawgs beat the Fredonia Bandits 17-7.

Owen Carlberg also had two hits; Liam Mulkins singled and drove in three runs; Cory Troutman singled and scored three times; and Curtis Spielman singled, walked twice and scored four times for the Diamond Dawgs. Collin Bragg tacked on a double.

Mulkins and Greyson Whitfield combined for five strikeouts on the mound.

Tim Carle had two hits, including a double, and drove in two runs; Max Luce had two hits and scored twice; and Tucker Shoup doubled for the Bandits.


The Lakewood Gladiators fell to the Clarence Red Devils 12-11 on Friday on the final play of the game.

Despite the loss, the Gladiators collected eight hits in the high-scoring affair.

The Gladiators opened the scoring in the first after Ryan Engquist hit an RBI groundout.

The Gladiators flipped the game on its head in the top of the second, scoring five runs on five hits to take a 6-4 lead.

Lakewood jumped back into the lead in the top of the fourth inning after Gavin Darr grounded out, and Cole Fitzgerald singled, each scoring one run.

Darr and Fitzgerald each collected two hits for the Gladiators. Fitzgerald drove in two runs, while Julian Jackson stole two bases.


The Lakewood Gladiators easily dispatched MMB Bandits Black on Saturday, 12-4 in their second game of pool play.

The Gladiators tied the game in the bottom of the first thanks to a walk by Wilson Genareo, a groundout by Gavin Darr, and a steal of home by Genareo.

Lakewood scored five runs in the bottom of the second inning to take an 8-3 lead. The biggest blow in the inning was a single by Riley Lacross that plated in three.

The Gladiators added one run in the third. Ryan Engquist grounded out, making the score 9-3.

Julian Jackson earned the win for Lakewood. The right-hander gave up four hits and four runs (three earned) over 3 2/3 innings, striking out five and walking eight.

Lacross provided pop in the middle of the lineup, and led Lakewood with four RBIs. Darr, Drake Beckstrom, Lacross, Gavin Weaver and Genareo each collected one hit for Lakewood. Broc Bryan led the Gladiators with three walks. Jackson stole two bases.


The Lakewood Gladiators easily dispatched the NT Nighthawks on Saturday, 10-2.

Lakewood opened the scoring in the second inning after Drake Beckstrom singled, scoring one run.

The Gladiators added to their early lead in the bottom of the third inning after Broc Bryan singled, and Riley Lacross grounded out, each scoring one run.

Bryan earned the win for Lakewood. The reliever surrendered three hits and two runs over three innings, striking out one and walking four. Wilson Genareo started the game for Lakewood. He gave up one hit and zero runs over two innings, striking out three and walking two.

Lakewood piled up 12 hits in the game. Gavin Darr, Ryan Engquist, Cole Fitzgerald and Bryan each collected two hits. Karson Milne and Beckstrom were tough to handle back-to-back in the lineup, as each drove in two runs for Lakewood. Genareo stole three bases.


Lakewood Gladiators lost to Academy Stars-DiMura 6-3 on Sunday.

Riley Lacross singled, which helped the Gladiators tie the game 1-1 in the bottom of the first inning.

Ryan Engquist took the loss for the Gladiators, throwing five innings and allowing four runs (three earned) on six hits and four walks while striking out three.

Lacross went 2 for 2.

The Gladiators finished the Clarence tournament 2-2 for fifth place overall out of 18 teams.



Honest John’s Pizza defeated Lewis and Lewis 11-4.

Leading the way for Honest John’s were Adrian Hammond, Novack Richards, Hudson Slojkowski, Eligh DeVlieger and Axel Bergman all with three hits, while Westen Reeves and Oliver Schnars played great defensively.

Leading the way for Lewis and Lewis offensively was Landon Conti with three hits, while Johnny Lamancuso played terrific on defense.


Shults Auto Group defeated Ames Insurance 6-1.

Leading Shults Auto Group offensively were Oakland Snow, Jordy Berg, Santino Yarber and Joey Lombardo, who all had two hits. Bryson Stone added a two-run double.

Defensively, Yarber had a stellar performance at third base.



GCFCU beat Pearl City Hops 7-6.

Top players for Pearl City Hops were Connor Becker on offense and Holden Trask on defense.


Pearl City Hops beat SCFCU 15-5.

Top players for Pearl City Hops were Mason Duncanson on offense and Kayden Wickmark on defense.


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