Youth Hockey

SQUIRTS

The Jamestown Lakers posted a win and a tie last weekend, downing Batavia, 3-2, in the first contest.

Scoring for the Lakers were Declan Brown, assisted by Jadon Barron, Ryan Schrecengost assisted by Brenden Hirliman, and Joshua Brown also scored with the assists going to Barron and Joshua Spontaneo.

Aiden Gibbons was in the net.

On Sunday, the Lakers and the Wheatfield Blades tied, 3-3.

Thomas Lucks, Barron and Spontaneo were the goal scorers and the assists came from Cooper Bergman and Joshua Brown.

Jack Yost took care of the goaltending chores.

SQUIRT MOHL

The Depew Saints scored twice in a 40-second span late in the first period and never relinquished the lead en route to a 3-1 win over the Jamestown Lakers on Sunday at the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena.

Jacob Joerger opened the scoring from Gannon Spaulding and Collin Neidel scored from Tyler Marble less than a minute later.

Chase Jones scored unassisted in the second period for the Lakers, but Joerger scored from Brandon Czaja and Joseph Gareia to regain a two-goal lead for the Saints with just five seconds remaining in the game.

Aiden Gibbons was strong in net for the Lakers.

GIRLS U-16

The Southern Tier Storm took a pair of games from the Tri-County Eagles on Saturday and Sunday.

In game one, the Storm posted a 6-0 shutout as Lauren Madden netted a goal with Courtney Schoepflin assisting in the first period. In period two, Anna Booth and Kaylee Marsfelder scored one goal apiece with Emma Ferrick assisting on Marsfelder’s tally.

Jade Walsh scored twice in the final stanza and Carolyn Ferrick once with Corrie Proctor assisting,

The result was the same Sunday as the Storm produced a 5-0 victory.

Four of those goals came in the first period, starting with Clara Hendrix scoring off assists by Emma Ferrick and Corrie Proctor, Rebecca Rothleder found the net as Kaylee Marsfelder helped out, Carolyn Ferrick scored as Emma Ferrick and Proctor assisted and Emma Ferrick netted a goal herself with Marsfelder and Proctor earning assists.

Emma Ferrick got her second of game in the third period.