SO. TIER BABE RUTH SOFTBALL
Taylor Bianco had two hits and Alyssa McCarthy tripled as Townline Auto Falconer 2 prevailed over Bemus Point/Chautauqua Lake, 11-6.
McCarthy and Paige King limited Bemus Point/Chautauqua Lake to five hits with seven strikeouts.
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The winners also picked up a triple play to end the second inning.
Kate Fardink laced two hits and Ashley Trim doubled in the defeat?
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Truck Lite Falconer I got by Randolph, 7-2, with Kayla Fish hitting a grand slam home run and Bailey Berg having three hits.
Hannah Wallace had two hits and Loganne Bushey singled for the victors.
Rachel Baglia tripled and Hanna Hollahan doubled in a losing cause.
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Reece Beaver was the defensive standout and stroked five hits as Beaver Boys Construction of Southwestern downed Jamestown Pediatrics of Falconer I, 20-18.
Also having five hits for the winners were Braya Beaver, Ashlyn Weaver and Lillian Allen and Peyton Lillie with four hits.
Maddie McIntyre had four hits, Katelyn Hagstrom three with a double and Kaci Stofko was the defensive standout in the loss.
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Gary's CARSTAR of Randolph edged Premier Finishing of Falconer, 20-19.
Players of the Game for the winners were Abby Mansfield, Valerie Crouse and Katrina Mendez.
In defeat, the outstanding players were Payton Sheesley, Grace Camarata and Melanie Paulisick.
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Darian Botzenmayer, Alyssa Adams and Emily Beightol were Players of the Game as Gary's CARSTAR stopped the Chautauqua Federal Credit Union, 21-13.
Sierra Delahoy, Mikeala LeBarron and Julia Mead were outstanding in the loss.
JAMESTOWN RIPKEN 9-10
Cal Ricker, John Torres, Elijah Stone and Jeremiah Miranda were the offensive standouts as JT/Lobb's Mobil downed the Lions Club, 19-4.
Peter Barry, Matt Sanfilippo and Sal Colett were the hitters for the Lions.
INTERLEAGUE LITTLE LEAGUE MAJORS
Aaron Hair homered for the second straight game as the Frewsburger blanked Van Rensselaer & Son.
Hair also tripled and singled while Caleb Carr added a triple in the win.
Ryan Schrecengost earned the win, striking out nine in four innings while also picking up two hits with a double.