JAMESTOWN BABE RUTH
Drew Boggs, Anthony Gullo and Andrew Pumford shared a one-hitter as Modern Warfare prevailed over Lewis & Lewis, 6-0.
Addie Tanner of Clark Patterson & Lee delivers a pitch in a Southern Tier Babe Ruth League softball game. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Scott Reagle
The lone hit for Lewis & Lewis was by Jayden Shultz.
Boggs had two hits, and Isaah Rojas, Cole MacTavish and Eric Peterson added hits to the winning cause.
Rojas pounded out three hits with a triple and a double when Modern Warfare outslugged Ecklof's Bakery, 24-6.
Boggs (double) and MacTavish each had three hits in the win.
Pumford, Cy Herb and Peterson aided the winning effort with two hits.
Masen Maggio, Gavin Card and Brett Dunham singled for Ecklof's.
True Value beat Artone, 11-6, as Owen Glover, John Torres, Ian McIntosh and Conner Higgs were the batting standouts.
FALCONER LITTLE LEAGUE
Ben Schrader delivered three hits with a double, struck out 11 and walked just two while going 5 innings as Bloomquist Landscaping posted a 10-4 decision over the Moose Lodge.
Alex Lillie and Ryan Stimson singled twice and Ben Bloomquist doubled for the winners.
For the Moose, Trent Wood (double), Tim Wright, Colby Green and Mike Bird had two hits apiece.
FALCONER COACH PITCH
Gage Swanson had three hits with a double and was the Player of the Game when the Barton Tool Yankees edged the Jeremy's Belle-View Brewers, 4-3.
Brady Shea, Reid DiDomenico and Jayden Chadwick recorded multiple hits for the winners.
Jackson Lillie and Dalton Caldwell had three singles in the loss.
SOUTHWESTERN AREA SPORTS
Tage Coil was the star of the game with a double and stole two bases as the Jock Shop Red Sox prevailed over the Elements Salon Orioles, 16-11.
Nate Johnson scored twice for the Orioles.
FREWSBURG LITTLE LEAGUE
Brockway Law scored 19 straight runs after an early 8-2 deficit to defeat Frewsburger, 21-8, on Friday night.
Mason Pagett led the winners with three hits and four RBIs while Tyler Hind had three hits and three RBIs in the win. Tommy Chapman settled down after a rough start to throw a complete game with five strikeouts.
Kaleb Bender had a triple and a double with three RBIs, Aaron Hair had three hits with an RBI, and Caleb Carr had two hits and two RBIs for Frewsburger.