Pucci-Schaefer Places 3rd At State Diving

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WEBSTER — Elizabeth Pucci-Schaefer has had a banner diving season in both Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association and in Section VI competition this fall. The rest of the state got to see her talents on Friday, too. The Fredonia junior scored 448.10 points to finish third in a field ...

Bound For State Tourney

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The Southwestern and Chautauqua Lake school districts sent their volleyball teams off in style on Friday as they honored the girls before they left for the NYSPHSAA Tournament in Glens Falls. Play begins today. P-J photos by Scott Kindberg (Southwestern) Photo courtesy of Jennifer Davis ...

No Drama This Time As Bonnies Fall To Auburn 77-60

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BROOKLYN — Just over 24 hours earlier on the same Barclays Arena floor, the St. Bonaventure men’s basketball team scored a thrilling victory over Oklahoma State at the buzzer. There would be no such drama in Friday night’s Legends Classic Championship Game as Auburn scored a 77-60 ...

Food Kitchens Looking For Deer Donations

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Chautauqua County is a celebrated deer hunter destination that has become well-known for large herds of whitetail deer. The NYS Southern Zone Regular Big Game season will open Saturday at 30 minutes before sunrise. Last year, Chautauqua County deer hunters harvested 10,515 deer, averaging 4.0 ...

Pool Leagues

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Thirteen members of the Jamestown Tuesday Night Men’s Pool League shot perfect 24s in Week Seven. They were Al Glover, Lewen Griffith, Greg Peck, Jeff Smith, Dave Lepley, Kim Michael, Randy Peterson, John Robbins, Denny Smith, Lee Hazelton, Dan Smith Sr., Dave Fiore and Scott ...

Jets, Bills Don’t Carry As Much Buzz Now

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ORCHARD PARK — It wasn’t long ago when excitement was building in New York City and across the state in Buffalo over the potential AFC East quarterback rivalry between Aaron Rodgers and Josh Allen. The buzz lasted four offensive snaps for the Jets before Rodgers went down with a torn ...