SO. TIER BABE RUTH SOFTBALL ROOKIES
Excavating defeated Just-Fur-Fun, 12-2.
Erin Keppel had good hits and Makenna Daikawa hit a double, driving in two runs while Katie Lowe and Lily Uebbing made great defensive plays for Excavating.
Cassadaga Valley first baseman Zach Wise makes a play during recent Valley League Majors Division action. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
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Renee Waterman and Tailyn Shields were strong offensive players for Just-For-Fun while Samantha English was the defensive standout.
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Rand Machine Products topped Westfield State Farm, 25-15.
Offensive players of the game for Rand were Aleah Bjork and Samantha Ruhlman. The defensive player of the game was Emma Schrecengost.
For Westfield State Farm, the defensive player of the game was Ellie Stevens and offensive player of the game was Eliza Dawes.
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Tops defeated Rudyz Pizza, 11-3.
Kira Ricker and Kylie O'Brien batted 5-for-5 for Tops. The defensive player of the game was Marley Drake.
For Rudyz, Grace Conlan was the defensive player of the game and Olivia Clement was the offensive player of the game.
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The Troopers prevailed over the Lynn Development Group.
The Troopers' Ella White led defensively with a catch and a tag out. Avery Casselman had two hits and an out at second. Other hitters were Heidi Swan-Leuze and Kamden Swearingen.
Outstanding for Falconer Katelyn Bemis, Tess Spangenburg and Natalie Kinney on defense.
SO. TIER BABE RUTH SOFTBALL MAJORS
Hiller Tire defeated Randolph Auto in four innings.
Standouts for Hiller Tire were Lindsey Buffone and Rheanna Brunco each with a double and two singles while Haley Pierce who was 4-for-4. Samantha Newman was the starting pitcher.
Offensive player of the game for Randolph Auto was Sarah Stahley and Nikole Lockwood recorded three strikeouts.
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Davidson's defeated Randolph Auto Supply, 16-7, with a strong team defensive effort and Hanna Swan-Leuze's pitching.
The offense for Davidson's came from Sofia Genareo.
The offense for Randolph Auto was provided by Allison Hauck and Hailey Darcy with two hits a piece.
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Davidson's edged Southern chautauqua Federal Credit Union, 16-15.
The winning pitcher was Kylee Dibble while Cora Casselman and Corinne Covert had two hits each.
Serena Camarata had three hits for Davidson's and Courtnee Peterson starred on defense.
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Bemus Point's Clark Patterson and Lee Architectural Firm defeated Randolph's Tier One Inspection 18-8 in a well fought game at the Randolph Elementary School field Saturday afternoon.
Lynne Nordin allowed not hit and fanned six in two innings for the winners while Addysen Tanner faced 13 batters and held Randolph to three runs in three innings. Meghann Nolan ripped a double while Sammy Davis had three hits and Lynne Nordin and Madigan Howard had two hits each.
Tier One Inspection pitcher Makena Adams had 11 strikeouts and the offensive standouts were Abby John and Melanie John.
FALCONER LITTLE LEAGUE
Bloomquist Landscaping defeated the Lions, 9-5
Ryan Stimson had a double and a single for Bloomquist while Nathan Abbey had a double and a triple, Tyler Olson had a triple and single, Ben Bloomquist had a double and Alex Lillie had a double and a single
For the Lions, Silas Riveria had a triple, Matt Dallas had two singles and Mark Wilcox had a double.
FREWSBURG LITTLE LEAGUE
Carroll Rod & Gun topped Ahlstrom-Schaeffer, 12-7.
Tyler Marchincin had a single, triple and a home run for the winners while Nolan Brink had two singles and Quin Conlan had a double.
Marchincin was also the winning pitcher and he struck out 11.
Ahlstrom-Scheffer was led by Austin Lindstrom with a home run, Mateo Riolo had a triple and Reed Bjork had a double.
VALLEY LITTLE LEAGUE
Connor Crabtree had a three-run home run to lead the Gerry Jammers to a 12-8 win over Fountain Bowl, 12-8.
Matt Butcher had a single and a double, and Thad Wichlacz also had a double for Gerry.
Vallencourt had a triple and Tranom had a double for Fountain Bowl.