Cattaraugus-Little Valley (2-0) beat Ellicottville (2-2) for the second time in a week and gave longtime baseball coach Chuck Senn career victory No. 599 on Saturday.

The T-Wolves topped the Eagles, 8-5, as C-LV’s Sam Grey laced a two-run double to highlight a five-run fourth inning. Austin Baker added a two-run double in the sixth after the Eagles pulled within 6-5.

Ellicottville’s Steve Rowland finished with two hits, including a two-run single in a five-run sixth in which the Eagles had four of their seven hits for the game consecutively.

“Give them credit,” Senn said. “They were down 6-0 going into the top of the sixth and put that kind of inning together. I was just as impressed with my team as we bounced back in the bottom of the sixth to score two runs.”

If weather allows, the Timberwolves would play Wednesday,  April 18, at Archbishop Walsh.

R H E   Ellicottville 000 005 0 — 5 7 1

Catt-LV 010 502 x — 8 5 0

Frank Neff (3 SO, 5 BB), Steve Rowland (5) (2 SO, 2 BB) and Griffin Chudy, Neff (5)

Austin Baker (2 SO, 3 BB), Andrew Minnekine (6) (2 SO, 4 BB) and Minnekine, Tin Ulinger (5)

Ellicottville 12, Panama 2

Steven Rowland hit three doubles and drove in two runs to pace the Eagles Friday.

Hunter O’Striker recorded a two-run double while Frank Neff plated an RBI double and Griffin Chudy threw a complete- game two-hitter, striking out six, in the win.

Braden Cook had an RBI double for Panama (0-1) while recording two strikeouts in relief.

“Griffin Chudy really bounced back from his first outing on Wednesday, really kept us in the game,” Eagles coach Chris Mendell said. “Steven Rowland … if we were playing on our home field with a fence, probably would’ve had three home runs, but we were playing on an open field so they were doubles instead. Overall it was a good, connected team effort.”

R  H  E  Panama 0 1 0 1 0 0 — 2  2  Ellicottville 0 1 3 8 0 x —12 12 0

Ryan Joslyn (2 SO), Jevan Newman (4) (1 SO, 3 BB), Braden Cook (5) (2 SO, 2 BB) and Dalton Goldberg

Griffin Chudy (7 SO, 4 BB) and Frank Neff

Ellicottville 4,

Clymer 3, 5 inn.

Griffin Chudy went 2-for-2 with an RBI double in a darkness-shortened victory for Ellicottville on Thursday.

Mitch Gregory also had an RBI single for the Eagles. Austin Grinols struck out six batters over four innings to earn a victory and Wyatt Chudy tossed a scoreless fifth on three strikeouts.

“There wasn’t much hitting hoing on in the game,” coach Chris Mendell said. “Both teams benefitted from the walks, both teams had nine.

“Moving forward, that’s going to be the telltale (sign), if we can cut down on our walks, I think we can be in a lot of games and potentially win games.”

Matthew White was 2-for-3 and Gerrit Hinsdale had an RBI for Clymer.

R  H  E

Clymer 1 2 0 0 0 — 3  6  2

Ellicottville 1 3 0 0 0 — 4  3  1

Sam Wiggers (2 SO, 5 BB), Zavon Overton (1) (2 SO, 3 BB), Lucas Willink (4) (2 SO) and Spencer Tewinkle

Austin Grinols (6 SO, 7 BB), Wyatt Chudy (5) (2 SO, 3 BB) and Frank Neff

Cattaraugus-LV 8,

Ellicottville 4

Andrew Minnekine’s nine strikeouts led the way for Cattaraugus-Little Valley Wednesday, April 11. Scott O’Donnell went 2-for-4 at the plate with two RBIs, while Nick Savage went 2-for-3 and scored two runs.

According to Ellicottville coach Chris Mendell, pitch- ing was the deciding factor in the game’s outcome.

“Their pitcher threw a lot of strikes and we didn’t. Anytime you have 13 walks you’re going to be up against it,” Mendell said.

Austin Grinols went 2-for-3 including a double, while Mitchell Gregory added a two-RBI single for the Eagles.

R  H  E

Catt-L.V.    1 2 1 0 1 3 0 — 8  9  3

Ellicottville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 — 4  6  3

Andrew Minnekine (9 SO, 3 BB), Austin Baker (5) (2 SO, 2 BB) and Tim Ulinger

Griffin Chudy (3 SO, 7 BB), Frank Neff (3) (6 SO, 5 BB) Steve Rowland (7) (1BB) and Neff