Shults Auto Group Indoor Soccer Leagues


Nathan Oakes tallied two goals, Manu Baramo, Hans Mano and Chris Cockram added one as Westfield topped Warren, 5-2.

Quinn Boger and Tyler Mealy scored for Warren.

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Matt Walsh and Connor Estranda split six goals to lead JHS-1 over Eisenhower, 9-1.

Josh Anderson contributed two goals and Nolan Wells one in the victory.

Andy Decker had the lone goal for Eisenhower.

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Christian Gaton’s four goals led Allegany to an 8-3 verdict over JHS-2.

Ben Wallace delivered two goals and Robby Higby and Nick Bailey one each for the winners.

Justin Romaniuk had two goals and Zach Schupp one in defeat.

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Mike Morris scored six times as Salamanca-1 prevailed over Falconer, 10-2.

Nick Walker scored twice and Kyler Whitcomb and Ford Reynolds one each for Salamanca.

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Erik Olson scored all the goals when MG nipped Corry, 4-3.

Brendan Walsh had two goals and Jamie Tomcho one for Corry.

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Southwestern stopped Randolph, 7-4, with Nick Cooper and Tristen Desnerck having three goals.

Riley Rybicki added the other goal for the winners.

For Randolph, Hunter Phinney scored twice and Zac English and Jake Turner scored once.

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Ryan Linnecke and Hunter Phinney split four goals as CL topped Salamanca-1, 5-1.

Tate Reynolds scored the lone Salamanca goal.


Erin Domagola drilled two goals while Brittany Feldman and Megan Sholl had one each as Southwestern shaded CL, 4-3.

Emily Corwin, Erica Homme and Kourtney Shearer tallied for CL.

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Janessa Annis and Morgan Genevese delivered the hat tricks when Frewsburg rolled over Warren, 9-1.

Kayla Prindle-Cassidy, Sam Mann and Karlee Foti added goals toward the winning cause.

Reid Yarzabek tallied in defeat.

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Randolph buried JHS-2, 10-0, behind two goals from Molly Carpenter and Sabrina Jackson.

Taylor Zachar, Megan Steward, Santana France, Kaitlyn Cooper, Karyn Dechow and McKenzie Evans had goals for the winners.

Emma Steele scored four goals and Kaylee Keith two to pace Falconer-1 to a 7-4 decision over JHS-1.

Other goal scorers were Randi Greene and Andrea Volk for Falconer.

Alexa Dix, Abbie Merchant and Shelby Adams scored for Jamestown.

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Jessica Wilcox’s four goals led Eisenhower to a 7-4 win over the Valley Girls.

Taylor Talasky added two goals and Emily Warner one for Eisenhower.

Kirsten Green delivered the hat trick and Breeana Swanson scored once in the loss.

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Amber Micek had two goals as Falconer-2 prevailed over Panama, 6-0.

Ria Moore, Emily Volk, Rachel Baglia and Jay Manno had a goal in the win.


Zach Schupp found the range three times and Corbin Nelson twice as JHS topped Falconer, 7-2.

Griffin Noon had the other Jamestown goal while for Falconer it was Drew Beckerink and Stephen Kanicki.

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Brendon Greiner had the hat trick in leading MG over Warren, 7-2.

Nick Fabrizio, David McKean, Mitchell Marsh and Patrick Crossley scored goals for MG.

Simon Smith had both of Warren’s goals.


Behind Emily Nelson’s four goals, SWC-2 defeated Eisenhower, 9-5.

Brooke Latour had two goals while one apiece went to Lauren Swan, Addie Everson and Hannah Girts in the win.

Terry Lee Talasky scored three times, Kristen Sisson and Tiffany Works once in the setback.

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Amber Micek’s three goals led Falconer past Warren, 6-2.

Sydney Moore, Delanie Waddington and Abbey Warner had a goal for the winners.

Aldyn Poston tallied both of Warren goals.

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Hadyn Swan-Leuze, Taylor Dewey and Alanna Dibble scored two goals as Southwestern-1 edged Maple Grove, 5-4.

Katie Thorson had three goals and Sydney France one for Maple Grove.


Adrianna Carlson tallied three goals, Jack Taber and Sky Tarapacki two as Bemus topped Eisenhower, 7-2.

Jake Harvey had one of two Eisenhower tallies.

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Team Charles downed Randolph, 5-2, as Antonio Robles tallied twice while Michael Peppy and Matt Meyers scored once.

For Randolph, Hannah English and Jacob Steward delivered a goal.

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Kasen Jewell and Josh Kitchen had two goals as Westfield stopped JHS, 7-3.

The rest of the Westfield goals were by Josh Smith, Luke Stephenson and Sara Corwin.

Ryan Holdridge, Macey Lundmark and Tori Dallas had a goal each for JHS.


Garrett Fiscus scored six times and Mike Fiscus and Will Cole five times each when Behrend blasted Mike’s Nursery, 23-3.

Garrett Gibson scored two goals and Jon Senske one for Mike’s.

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Boyd Lewis’s hat trick paced Kinzua to a 9-4 decision over the Red Team.

Nick Thomas and Kenny Jespersen split four goals for the victors.

David Pihlblad and Chris Waclawski had two goals for the Red Team.

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Eric Clark recorded four goals when Lena’s Pizza took the JCC-White, 8-4.

Andrew Pihlblad and Jay Wadsworth delivered two goals in the win.

Blake Montgomery booked two goals and Connor Meekins and Blake Barker one each in defeat.

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Steve Matteson’s six goals paced Wilcox Brothers True Value to a 12-7 decision over Inter-Bradford.

Nick Wilcox had three goals and Jason Lundmark two in the victory.

Bryan Nelson and Jared Doroguzzi tallied two goals apiece while Angel Achar and Alex Ita had one in the loss.

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Warren outscored F. C. Warriors, 9-6, with Troy and Shane Burns each delivering the hat trick and Brendan Garrett had two goals.

Robson Knappenberger drilled three goals while Brian Frank had two and Mike Morris one for the Warriors.

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Chris Saxton scored three goals, Dwayne Robertson and Josh Smith two goals as RMS Service outscored JCC-Green, 12-10.

Zue Meh had three goals, Evan Ahlstrom and Nate Decker two and Ale Muniz one for JCC-Green.