Shults Auto Group Indoor Soccer Leagues


Bronson Edwards scored the only goal as JHS I defeated SWCS, 1-0.

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Erik Olson’s three goals led MG to a 6-5 verdict over Salamanca I.

Other goals for MG were by Andy Farnham, Pat Crossley and Jesse Pardue.

Mike Morris had four goals and Kyler Whitcomb one for Salamanca I.

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Quinn Boger scored three goals when Warren doubled the score on Randolph, 6-3.

Jason Stanton, Joseph Bell and Joey Close had the other goals for Warren.

For Randolph, Zach Jackson, Jackson Andrews and Hunter Phinney scored.

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Bailey Patten tallied four goals and Randy Clapp three as Corry defeated Eisenhower, 7-3.

Josh Eernisse delivered two goals and Andy Decker one in defeat.

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Allegany shut out Falconer, 6-0, with Nick Bailey and Christian Gaton having two goals each.

Robby Higbee and Shawn Deuben also scored for Allegany.

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Zach Johnson and Dustin Botzenmayer scored two goals while Skylar Schupp and Jackson Andrews one as Westfield beat Salamanca II, 6-3.

Bailey Patten, Justin Short and Brendan Walsh tallied in the setback.


Megan Steward tallied two while Taryn Dechow and Kaitlyn Cooper had one each as Randolph beat Chautauqua Lake, 4-2.

Emily Corwin and Courtney Hewes scored goals for Chautauqua Lake.

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Morgan Genovese had a hat trick when Frewsburg recorded a 9-0 decision over Panama.

Karlee Foti and Michaela Eklund split four goals while Sam Mann and Maddie Whippo had one.

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Falconer II downed Valley, 4-1, with Rachel Baglia, Sydney Moore, Rhea Moore and Emily Volk having goals.

Brionna Swanson had the lone goal for the Valley.

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Jesse Caprino, Emma Steele, Emily Rensel and Kelly Keefe scored goals was Falconer I topped SWCS, 4-2.

Megan Sholl and Mary Agarwala delivered goals in the loss.


Louis Rodriguez had the hat trick and Korbin Nelson added two goals as JHS beat Warren, 7-2.

Zach Schupp and Bannon Eimiller also tallied for JHS.

Chris Lindell and Mason Maloney tallied for Warren.

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Michael Padilla scored three times as Maple Grove dumped Falconer, 7-1.

Mitchell Marsh, Brandon Greiner, Luke Lindeman and Donnie Gibreegio had the other goals for Maple Grove.

Kris Butts of Falconer tallied the only goal.

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Amber Micek tallied twice as Falconer polished off MG, 7-3.

Abbey Warner, Rachel Baglia and Sam Waddington delivered goals for Falconer.

Emily Nelson, Lauren Swan and Kayla Conway scored for MG.

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Taylor Dewey and Tarah Bowman scored three goals apiece when SWCS easily topped Eisenhower, 11-2.

Jordyn Romaniuk had two goals, Hayden Swan-Leuze, Karen Johnson and Anna Todd one for SWCS.

For Eisenhower, Sandra Richards and Kryten Sisson had goals.

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Warren edged SWCS II, 6-5, with Emma Kridler scoring three goals.

With a goal apiece for the winners were Kayla conway, Justin Lasecki, Aldyn Poston, Olivia Ashbaugh.

Brooke Latour delivered two goals, Addie Everson and Hanna Girst one for SWCS II.


Macey Lundmark’s two goals paced Jamestown II to a 2-1 win over Eisenhower.

Justin Repke scored in the loss.

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Jack Taber had the hat trick when Bemus edged Team Charles, 5-4.

Chloe Kibbe and Adrianna Carlson added other Bemus goals.

Maddie Sohl and Antonia Robles divided four goals in vain.


Steve Matteson scored seven goals and Andrew Hale contributed five as Wilcox Brothers True Value took care of Mike’s Nursery. 14-5.

Erik Olson had a goal for the winners.

Garrett Gibson recorded four goals and Jon Senske one for Mike’s.

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David Pihlblad tallied five times, Chris Waclawski four and Dustin Botzenmayer three as the Red Team dealt F.C. Warriors a 17-9 setback.

Brian Frank scored three goals, Mike Morris and Mike DePonceau two each in a losing cause.

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Behrend pounded JCC Green, 15-7, as Garrett Fiscus and Mike Fiscus scored five goals each and Toby Keller three.

Nate Decker and Cody Ahlstrom delivered two goals for JCC Green.

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Paul Andolora had four goals and Connor Meekins three as JCC White outlasted RMS Services, 10-7.

Blake Montgomery scored twice and Blake Barker once for JCC.

Jason Carlson had the hat trick, Aquazi Owusu and Josh Smith once in defeat.

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Jay Wadsworth had the hat trick, Jerome Lee Yaw and Eric Clark added two goals as Lena’s Pizza downed Kinzua, 8-3.

Boyd Lewis delivered two goals and Matt Decker one for the Kinzua.