JAMESTOWN BABE RUTH
Noah Johnson began the Jamestown Babe Ruth 13-15 League in impressive fashion with a no-hitter for Jamestown Savings Bank.
Sinclairville pitcher Nick Moore fires to the plate during recent inter-league Little League Majors action against the Bemus Point War Vets. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo Scott Reagle
Johnson had his masterpiece in an 8-0 win over Jock Shop during which he struck out 16. Johnson lost his perfect game when Mark Mammoser walked in the fifth inning.
Chris Beardsley threw a no-hitter with five strikeouts as Lena's blanked Modern Warfare, 14-0.
Caleb Abbey, Brandon Michael and Alex Tremblay all came through with two hits in the win.
CITY REC LEAGUE (8-12)
Hope Smith and Daniel Stenstrom stroked four hits and Hannah Patterson two as the Gamerz Haven Tigers downed the Rockies, 26-6.
Caleb Badgeley and Shawn Shoebridge lashed three hits and Steve Lamb two for the Rockies.
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The Affinity One-Federal Credit Union Blue Jays lifted their record to 9-0 as a result of 10-6 victory over the Yankees.
Christian Frankiewicz swatted a triple and a double, Taylor Frankiewicz hit two triples and Realynn Digirolamo added a double and a single for the Blue Jays.
For the Yankees, Ricky Jo Dean, Davon Hillman and Abigail Doverspike connected for two hits with Dean having a double.
COACH & PITCH
Allied Fire Protection, led by Zachery Markham and Brayden Fuller, took on Ellicott PBA, which had Branson Lindquist and Jesse Davis as its standouts.
Roger Markham and Andrew Williams were the standouts for Allied Fire Protection versus Barton Tool . Barton Tool standouts were Mia VandeVelde and Brayden Brown.
Nathan Abbey tossed a complete game, struck out 15 and helped his own cause with a pair of hits as Bloomquist Landscaping shut out Lions, 12-0.
Nick Seager (double, triple) had three hits, Jacob Payne smacked a double and a triple, and Alex Lillie added three singles for the winners.
Matt Dallas and Mark Wilcox both had a single for Lions.