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USA Basketball Chooses Southwestern

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About a year ago, Southwestern Central School girls varsity basketball coach Dave Turnbull took a figurative half-court shot in the hopes that he would hit nothing but net. Thanks to USA Basketball, mission accomplished. Turnbull learned earlier this week that Southwestern has been selected ...

Bull Fighter Hussmann Will Miss Gerry Rodeo

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An angry bull will cause bull fighter Phil Hussmann to miss this summer’s Gerry Rodeo. Submitted photo GERRY — The familiar figure of dare-devil bull fighter Phil Hussmann will be missing from the arena when the 75th annual Gerry Rodeo opens later this month, the result of a badly broken ...

Cardinale, Wilson, Sampson Claim Moon Brook CC Tourney

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Pictured, from left, are Moon Brook Country Club 2-Best Net Balls winners Carol Cardinale, Melissa Wilson and Brenda Sampson. The team finished with a combined 117, edging out Kathi Ames, Sue Moran, Kim McGowan and Lori Meabon on a show of cards. Pam Shay, Terri Toter, Sheryl Johnson and Mary ...

Youth Baseball Roundup

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DISTRICT 38 LITTLE LEAGUE 11-12 NON-SANCTIONED TOURNAMENT FREDONIA — Tate Catanese tossed a complete-game four-hitter, striking out four as Southwestern beat Fredonia 13-3 in the championship game. Southwestern was solid on defense for the second game in as many days, including the last ...

Youth Soccer Roundup

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JAYS U6 GIRLS Blue and Purple played to a 0-0 tie. Blue goalkeepers were Ayla Mistretta, Madelyn Pratt, Aniyah Payne and Arieanna Kirschman. Purple goalkeepers were Riley Johnson, Lyla DeLeon, Jasmine Johnson and Gillian Daniels. JAYS U10 COED Jamestown Parks & Streets defeated ...

See, Villella Capture CVCC Member-Guest

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Pictured, from left, are the 2019 Conewango Valley Country Club Men’s Member-Guest Champions, Doug See and Dr. Doug Villella. Not pictured are second-place finishers Anthony Pellegrino Jr. and Matthew Myers. Submitted photo

One Of The Best

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For many years during the 1980s and 1990s, Ames Insurance of Falconer sponsored a softball team in the Randolph modified league. There was one problem. From week to week, the squad would usually be short a player or two, prompting Tom Ames to have to scramble to fill out a roster. His ...

Area Baseball Roundup

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DISTRICT 38 LITTLE LEAGUE 11-12 NON-SANCTIONED TOURNAMENT LAKEWOOD — Robbie Bellardo threw a complete-game, three-hitter with six strikeouts as Southwestern beat Brocton-Portland 7-1 to advance to tonight’s 6 p.m. final in Fredonia. Bellardo was helped out by strong defensive play ...

Gayton, Gross Lead Ladies Tour

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FALCONER — Mary Gayton and Suzanne Gross fired matching 87s to lead the Ladies Golf Tour’s stop at Breezewood Links on Monday. In Flight A, Kathy Carlson led with a plus-8 while Gross and Brenda Tarana were plus-4. Annette Patric was plus-3. In Flight B, Gayton was plus-12 while Dusty ...

Youth Soccer Roundup

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JAYS U6 BOYS Shawn Dilker scored twice as the Blue Timbits beat the Forest Green Timbits, 5-0. Bryce Kingsbury, Noah Langworthy and Grant Langworthy also scored for Blue, which had Seth Shelters, Grant Langworthy, Dilker and Kingsbury in net. The Forest Green goalkeepers were Liam Brunco, ...

Damore Ties For Sixth At Kahkwa Club

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ERIE, Pa. — Lakewood Golf Center’s Pat Damore finished in a tie for sixth with a 3-over 75 during the WNYPGA’s Africa 6000 International Pro-Am Charity Classic on Monday at the Kahkwa Club. Ryan Swanson of Pinehurst Golf Club tied for 22nd at 12-over. Brook-Lea Country Club’s Jon ...

Jagoda, Morello Capture Title At Cassadaga CC Member-Guest

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CASSADAGA — Scott Jagoda and Adam Morello won the Member-Guest Tournament at Cassadaga Country Club on June 29-30 with a two-day total of 121. Todd Fenton and Scott Winkley led after the opening round with a 61. Jagoda and Morello were tied for second with the teams of Mike Lawhead and Dean ...

Hole-In-One

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RUSSELL, Pa. — Fred Carder Sr. made his first career hole-in-one when he aced the 141-yard second hole at Cable Hollow Golf Course with his 6-hyrbrd on Friday. His son, Fred Carder Jr., witnessed the shot.

Pair Of 257 Games Highlight Action At JBC

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Kyle Christensen and Nate Lester each had a 257 game during the Tuesday Have-a-Ball League at Jamestown Bowling Company. Jamestown Bowling Company: Tuesday Have-a-Ball—Josh Snow 233-242-664, Kyle Christensen 219-657, Alex Nelson 244-219-655, Nate Lester 643, Brent Miller 246-216-642, ...

Summer Staple

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PANAMA — Loren Smith was styling a retro crew-neck shirt Tuesday afternoon at Panama Central School. How old was it? Well, for some perspective, none of the nearly 90 boys — in grades 4-9 — attending the Southern Tier Basketball Camp this week were even born when the gray T first ...

Area Baseball Roundup

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DISTRICT 38 LITTLE LEAGUE 11-12 NON-SANCTIONED TOURNAMENT FREDONIA — Ashton Putney allowed three hits and one run while striking out seven as Fredonia beat Falconer 11-1 in four innings of their semifinal. Fredonia scored a run in each of the first two innings, then two more came in ...

Area Soccer Roundup

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JAYS U6 GIRLS The Blue Timbits and the Red Timbits played to a 0-0 tie. Blue goalkeepers were Parker Tomaszewski, Kennedy Tomaszewski, Willow Atwater and Kenzie Miley. Red goalkeepers were Emily Vangel, Sa’mari Spencer, Kendyl Murray and Evelyn Stronz. ——— Alicia Larson and ...

Trap Leagues

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Big Tree’s Scott Hammer fired a perfect 50 to lead the Western Chautauqua County Trap League. Steve Milliman, Jim Courtwright, Mark Henry and Mike Dulmus all hit 25 straight. In team action, Ripley beat Westfield 325-313 and Big Tree topped North East 331-310. For Ripley, Sandie ...