Brocton GLS culminated a perfect 14-0 season by defeating the Westfield Merchants, 18-3, in the league championship game.
Brocton made the most of its nine-hit attack and took advantage of eight Merchant errors.
On the mound, Brocton's Ryan Johnson dominated with a three-hitter, as he struck out 13. Johnson helped his own cause at the plate with a double and a pair of RBIs. Latham Dunn singled, scored three runs and added three RBIs.
Pictured is Brocton GLS after winning the Chautauqua Babe Ruth League championships. Pictured in front from left are coach Joe Dunn, batboy Jordan Krystofiak, Kody Cambria, batboy Devin Luczkowiak, Latham Dunn, Dan Siragusa, Peter Dolce, Charles Rexford and Hunter Rizzo. In bac are manager Bill Westin, Derek Walter, Daulton Remington, Robbie Gugino, Tony Miller, Ryan Johnson, Steve Krystofiak, Kyle Cambria and coach Brian Johnson.
Steve Krystofiak added a hit, three runs and scored and a pair of RBIs while Daulton Remington added a pair of singles and scored threetimes.
Kyle Cambria added a double while Derek Walter and Hunter Rizzo singled. Brocton's defense came up with the plays when it needed to and did not commit an error.
Maxwell Bates doubled and Tanner Dahl and Eric Fermier added the other two hits for Westfield. Jonathan Wilson scored two of the three Merchant runs and absorbed the loss on the mound.