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JAMESTOWN, N.Y. — David Jasson led three Jamestown players in double figures and the Jackals led for all but 1:37 of the first quarter en route to a 116-102 victory over the Glass City Wranglers in The Basketball League action Friday night at Jamestown Community College’s Physical ...

3 Dragons named D10 all-stars

In addition to being voted region all-stars by their respective league head coaches, Warren seniors Brady Berdine and Tommy Nyquist and Eisenhower freshman Austin Hanson have been named District 10 boys basketball all-stars, and Warren senior Sammie Ruhlman and Ike sophomore Clara Steinberg D10 ...

Youngsville beats Ike for first victory

RUSSELL — The Youngsville softball team rallied to post a come-from-behind 12-11 Region 2 victory over Eisenhower on Friday at Werner Park. With both teams in search of their first victory of the season, it was the Eagles who got on the scoreboard first. Freshman Marli Rectenwald singled, ...

Maplewood hands Youngsville 2nd loss

GUYS MILLS — A pair of disastrous innings Friday doomed Youngsville to its second loss of the season, a 14-6 Region 3 setback to Maplewood. The Eagles (7-2) allowed six runs in the third inning and seven runs in the sixth inning to hamper any chances of victory against the ...

Knights still seeking 1st baseball win

SAEGERTOWN — The Eisenhower baseball team dropped a 15-5 decision to Region 3-leading Saegertown on Friday. The Knights were held to five hits while the Panthers, who scored 12 runs on nine hits in the fourth inning, finished with 15. Eisenhower was led by Cole Kellogg (two hits), Shawn ...

Wildlife, humans and a solar eclipse party

Here in the northeast, we were recently treated to a relatively rare astronomical event. My brother Dan and his wife marked April 8 with an eclipse party on Cabbage Hill in Clymer, New York. Friends from near and far came to enjoy the fun. One couple drove from Grand Rapids to witness the ...