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Three-Peat In C?

If Clymer/Sherman/Panama is going to three-peat as a New York State Public High School Athletic Association football champion next fall, the Wolfpack will have to do it in Class C. After repeating as Class D champions the past two seasons, Section VI confirmed recently that ...

Adult Hockey

OPEN DIVISION Tyler Nelson had four goals and an assist to lead Skate Posse past Hatrick Swayze, 7-5. Adam Sadowski had two goals and an assist while Tyler Clegg had a goal and an assist for Skate Posse. Jacob Zwieg had two goals and an assist; Collin Bentley had two goals; Greg Rodgers ...

Skeet Leagues

During recent action of the Chautauqua County Winter Skeet League, Dave Wilke and Randy Becker fired perfect 50s. Brad Gunnell shot a 49 while Jim Johnson, Dan Berry, Kody Hoth, Mike Asel and Paul McKotch shot 25s. In team action, Claybusters beat Bird Dogs, 116-108 and 113-105; Primers ...

Torres Leads Jamestown CC Wrestlers To Pair Of Wins

STONE RIDGE — Dan Torres, the top-ranked 174-pound NJCAA wrestler in the country according to InterMat wrestling, helped Jamestown Community College to a pair of victories in a tri-match at SUNY Ulster on Sunday. Torres pinned his opponent in 2:59 en route to a 30-22 win for Jamestown CC ...

Raymond Rolls 713 Series At Jamestown Bowling Company

Andrew Raymond rolled a 230-246-237-713 for Nationwide in the Jeremy’s Bel-View League at Jamestown Bowling Company on Monday. Steve Ryberg followed Raymond with a 247-243-694 for Jeremy’s Bel-View, Jamie Willey had a 227-257-687 for Jeremy’s Bel-View and Jim Suckow cracked a ...

HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE

Today’s Schedule Boys High School Basketball Salamanca at Lake Shore, 6:30 p.m. Clymer at Falconer, 7:30 p.m. Pine Valley at Cassadaga Valley, 7:30 p.m. Maple Grove at Sherman, 7:30 p.m. Girls High School Basketball Dunkirk at Nichols, 5:30 p.m. Frewsburg at Pine Valley, 7 ...

Road Less Traveled

My first memory of Jaysean Paige’s basketball prowess came almost exactly 10 years ago. Then a sophomore at Jamestown High School, he was part of a team that included Carlos Rivera, Fletcher Larson and Darin Butts, a collection of talent that led the Red Raiders to within a game of the ...

Impressive Generals Knock Off JCC

SUNY Sullivan's reputation precedes it. The Generals received votes in the latest NJCAA Division II poll. They are fourth in the country in scoring, averaging 89.9 points per game. Head coach Derek Marchione's team is picking up 18.5 steals per game, good for third in the nation. Their ...

Auer Eclipses 1,000-Point Milestone

ALDEN — Peter Auer scored the 1,000th point of his career with 1:47 remaining in the game as Maple Grove beat Alden, 80-44, in nonleague boys basketball action Saturday afternoon. Auer finished with 34 points, including four 3-pointers, to go along with nine rebounds, seven steals and four ...

Red-Hot VCU Downs Bonnies In Richmond

RICHMOND, Va. — On a frosty weekend across the East Coast, host VCU came out red hot and never looked back on the way to a 91-63 victory over the St. Bonaventure men’s basketball team Saturday afternoon at the Siegel Center. Justin Winston led the Bonnies with 17 points and six rebounds ...

Ellis R. Norton

¯ Ellis R. Norton was born Jan. 31, 1925, in Jamestown. He graduated from Bemus Point High School in 1942 and did post-graduate work in 1943. He earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Syracuse University in 1952 and 1953, respectively. ¯ Norton served as a bombardier in the U.S. ...

McDonald Captures 1,000-Meter Title At Border War

CANEADEA — Falconer/Maple Grove/Cassadaga Valley/Frewsburg/Randolph’s Ronan McDonald was the lone individual winner at Saturday’s Border War Invitational held at Houghton College. McDonald won the boys 1,000 meters with a time of 2:32.31. McDonald was also a member of the winning boys ...

Horseshoes

Only five individuals recorded multiple wins this week in Senior League action. Dick Franzen won three games while Ken Hopkins, Ken Aldrich, Stephanie Johnson and Topper Westerdahl each won two games. Franzen had games of 88 and 83 with eight and seven ringers followed by Mike Shannon with ...

Jamestown Community Baseball

Following the financial collapse of the Jamestown team owned by Jerry Lawson and Bob Lundell after the 1956 season, area businessman and longtime baseball fan Ernest C. Kessler attempted to revive the Falcons for 1957. He organized Jamestown Area Baseball, Inc. and shares of stock were sold ...

Cattaraugus County HOF Banquet Set For March 28

CATTARAUGUS — The 18th annual Cattaraugus County Sports Hall of Fame banquet will be held at the Cattaraugus Firemen’s Club on Saturday, March 28 beginning at 6 p.m. Nominations for this year’s class are due by Feb. 1. The committee is still looking for nominations from Portville, ...

Trap Leagues

The PennYork Winter Trap League met Sunday at Celoron Trap Club with 127 shooters present. There was not a perfect score shot this week. High Sub Junior Female was Sydnie Tutmaher with 44. High Sub Junior Male was a tie between Logan Crist and Lucas Eckman with 47s. High Junior Male was Ian ...

Dunkirk Girls Finish Third At Roy Sommers Invitational

TONAWANDA — The Dunkirk girls and boys bowling teams competed in the Roy Sommers Invitational Bowling Tournament on Saturday at Tonawanda Bowling Center. The Dunkirk ladies finished in third place, just 34 pins behind first-place Niagara Falls and 27 pins behind second-place Webster-Thomas. ...

A Favorable First Impression

Carter Korpi and Danny Magnuson were itching for playing time. So much so that when the former Bismarck Bobcats found out they were traded to the Jamestown Rebels late Thursday morning, they made sure they would arrive in southern Chautauqua County in time for Friday night’s 7:05 p.m. puck ...

Jamestown, Bismarck Make Trade

The Jamestown Rebels made a trade with the Bismarck Bobcats on Friday, sending defenseman Nate Clark to Bismarck in exchange for two players, forward Carter Korpi and defenseman Danny Magnuson. While Clark was a well-known player in Jamestown, and part of the Rebels’ inaugural roster last ...

In A Class By Himself

Since he first stepped foot on the campus of Jamestown Community College, Dan Torres has flourished on the wrestling mat for the Jayhawks. As a freshman last season, he racked up more than 25 wins, placed fourth at the New York State Championship, and qualified for the NJCAA Wrestling ...