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Unfinished Business

GLENS FALLS — Alexys Marsh wasn’t about to let the final weekend of her Panama volleyball career end a day early. So the Panthers senior did something about it. Marsh had 18 kills and 20 digs in six sets of action as Panama went 4-2 to advance to today’s New York State Public High ...

Yuchnitz Earns Trip To Podium

ITHACA — Karianne Yuchnitz made history earlier this fall when she became Panama’s all-time winningest girls swimmer. She added an even more significant entry on her aquatic resume on Saturday. Competing in the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Swimming & ...

Bernard, Smouse Among 14 Inductees To Trench Trophy HOF

Two area high school football players are among the 14 inductees to the Trench Trophy Hall of Fame. Andrew Bernard of Randolph/Frewsburg and Jordan Smouse of Clymer/Sherman/Panama have been invited to a banquet on Dec. 5 to be officially inducted and for the announcement of the 2018 ...

Carlson, Pietrocarlo, Gerace Are In The News

Stephen Carlson (Jamestown/Jamestown) caught eight passes for 78 yards, as the Princeton Tigers completed their first perfect season since 1964 with a 42-14 victory over Penn on Saturday. Carlson finishes the season with 51 receptions for 683 yards and five touchdowns, helping the Tigers ...

St. Bonaventure Women Fall To Hofstra At Reilly Center

ST. BONAVENTURE — A slow start from the St. Bonaventure women’s basketball team and a strong finish from visiting Hofstra sent the Pride to a 67-59 victory Saturday afternoon at the Reilly Center. St. Bonaventure stands 2-2 overall while Hofstra also improved to 2-2. For the Bonnies, ...

P-J Classic Wraps Up Today

LAKEWOOD — Matt Johnson and Martin Hoch teamed up just fine on the second day of The Post-Journal Classic tennis tournament at the Lakewood YMCA on Saturday. Today they’ll find out how they’ll do against each other. Johnson and Hoch defeated Travis Myler and Thomas Pellegrino, 7-6, ...

Are You Hunters Ready To Stay On Stand?

It’s no big secret that if you want to kill deer, you have to be in the woods. Comfort in the deer woods has changed over the years. From the days of sitting in the cold/wet to parking your backside on a five-gallon bucket, hunters are offered more opportunities to be out from sun up to sun ...

CWD Isn’t Found In Chautauqua County

The New York State Departments of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and Agriculture and Markets (DAM) announced this week that Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) has not been found in a suspected CWD-positive sample from an adult female deer killed by a bowhunter in Chautauqua County and submitted ...

Fishing Report

CHAUTAUQUA LAKE With deer season under way and waterfowl beginning there hasn’t been much in the way of fishing activity lately. However, anglers are catching some walleye around the deeper holes. Vertical jigging techniques work well. There are only a couple weeks left before muskellunge ...

Worth The Trip North

Sierra Stimson of Fletcher, North Carolina made her recent visit to the area worthwhile when she bagged this 8-point, 155-pound buck. Sierra traveled north to hunt deer with her grandfather, Lowell Stimson, as well as Brian and Troy Stimson, all of Jamestown. She harvested her first deer only ...

Horseshoes

There were two three-game winners and four two-game winners in recent action. Bill Petransky and Topper Westerdahl were the three-game winners followed up by Bob Chadwick, Dick Franzen, Dave Niles and Jerry Vargeson with two wins. High-game went to Bill Petransky with a score of 95 with 11 ...

HIGH SCHOOL POSTSEASON

FOOTBALL WESTERN SEMIFINALS Friday at Union-Endicott High School CLASS D Clymer/Sherman/Panama 54,. Tioga 19 CLASS A VI-West Seneca East vs. III-Indian River, 8 p.m. Saturday at Union-Endicott High School CLASS C VI-Cleveland Hill vs. IV-Susquehanna, 11 a.m. CLASS ...

‘Pack’ Your Bags

ENDICOTT — Already flying high on a 12-point lead in the first quarter of Friday’s New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class D West semifinal against Section IV Tioga, the Clymer/Sherman/Panama Wolfpack took the opportunity to show the crowd gathered at Union-Endicott ...

Yuchnitz 10th In 50 Free Prelims

ITHACA — Karianne Yuchnitz had the best finish in the preliminaries among the local athletes at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Swimming & Diving Championships at Ithaca College on Friday. The Panama senior placed 10th in the 50-yard freestyle with a time ...

Reinhoudt Earns More Honors

The recognition keeps coming for Don Reinhoudt. The Fredonia native was voted into the National Strength and Power Hall of Fame last month and will be officially honored at a banquet and dinner next year. He will also serve as that organization’s first-ever president. “Don’s ...

Two Third-Period Goals Lift Rebels To 3-1 Win

SCRANTON, Pa. — The Jamestown Rebels made it two straight victories over Wilkes-Barre Scranton on Friday night as they scored a pair of third-period goals to snap a 1-1 tie on their to a 3-1 North American Hockey League victory before 108 fans at the Revolution Ice Centre. The win improved ...

Post-Journal Tennis Classic Winners

Above are the first- and second-place age-group winners in The Post-Journal Classic tennis tournament at the Lakewood YMCA on Friday. From the left, Ella Card of Warren and Alex Watkins of Southwestern. Watkins defeated Card, 6-4, to win the Red Division Junior Singles Division.

A Fitting Send-Off

The Panama girls volleyball team, seen getting a send-off at the school earlier this week, opens the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class D Tournament today at Cool Insuring Arena in Glens Falls. Photo by Deb Bailey

HIGH SCHOOL POSTSEASON

FOOTBALL WESTERN SEMIFINALS Friday at Union-Endicott High School CLASS D Clymer/Sherman/Panama 54,. Tioga 19 CLASS A VI-West Seneca East vs. III-Indian River, 8 p.m. Saturday at Union-Endicott High School CLASS C VI-Cleveland Hill vs. IV-Susquehanna, 11 a.m. CLASS ...

Talent & Drive Propel Panama

PANAMA — At the end of Wednesday’s practice, Panama coach Tammy Hosier gathered her players near the scorer’s table for a moment. The Panthers were about to enjoy their third pizza party of the season after junior Kylie Schnars was recognized as The Post-Journal Player of the ...