SOUTHERN TIER GIRLS
BABE RUTH SOFTBALL
Diamond Cafe Southwestern 2 defeated Randolph, 6-3, led by Kaitlyn Lachner and Sara Chau, who each had three hits.
Jon Brockelbank of the Sinclairville Cardinals delivers a pitcher during a recent Valley League game. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Valory S. Isaacson
Danielle Green was the outstanding defensive player of the game for the winners. Jordynn Finch and Maria Jacobi were the defensive standouts for Randolph.
STGBRS Randolph took care of Powers, Present & Sixbey Jamestown, 13-11.
Sara Peterson was the outstanding offensive player of the game for Randolph with two hits. Annalise Boyer was the defensive player of the game thanks to a pair of nice catches in the field for Randolph.
Natalia Hartzel led Powers, Present & Sixbey with a grand slam, while Kaidynce Walker was the defensive standout in the loss.
Greater Chautauqua Credit Union was led by Noah Smith and Jaxson VanArsdale, while Falconer Legion had standouts Xavyer Mayr, Addison Calimeri, and Moses Pickering. The game finished in a 10-10 stalemate.
VALLEY LEAGUE MINORS
The Sinclairville Cardinals edged the Gerry Jammers, 11-9, in the Gerry Tournament.
Kolton Gibbons belted a home run in the win, and John Brockelbank had three hits, Quentin Shreeve two hits, and Kynan Eagan two RBIs.
For the Jammers, Carter Sisson had four hits, and Zach Sisson and Austin Main had three hits apiece.