Leo Squinn, a Jamestown High School graduate, was active in playing and managing baseball for over 30 years. He was a welterweight in boxing and played football for the Crescents and Liberty A.C. He was also an active bowler who was elected president of the Jamestown Bowling Association 1944-1950. He played softball for S.M. Flickingers, National Worsted and MRC and managed MRC to a championship three times.
He managed Barber Shop and Knights of Columbus in the Jamestown Little League, managed MRC for six years in Jamestown Babe Ruth League, and managed the all-stars who competed in Buffalo and Amsterdam. He served 11 years as founding president of the Jamestown Area Oldtimers Baseball Club.
Squinn was on the executive board of the Jamestown Babe Ruth World Series and was a recipient of the Ray Angle award for his service to Jamestown Babe Ruth Baseball.
Leo Squinn was inducted into the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame in 1982. He died in 1986.
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