Youth Soccer Roundup

SWSC U-14 GIRLS

Alicia Bellardo, Hannah Girts, Hannah Lillie and Hayden Swan-Leuze tallied goals as Elements Salon & Spa prevailed over Sandra Myers Design, 4-1.

Jordan Romaniuk tallied in the loss.

Bellardo, Girts, Lillie and Alanna Dibble handled the goaltending for the winners.

SWSC U-13 BOYS

Dustin McCaslin and Jack Sperry each scored once for Pure Earth Resources and Trenton Colburn scored a pair for Falconer Funeral Home as the two squads tied, 2-2.

Cameron Lunz and Zach Greenstein were the goalies for Pure Earth Resources while Colbi Gordon and Chris Bollam shared those duties for Falconer Funeral Home.

SWSC U-10 BOYS

Tristan Spillane and Brendon Hirliman recorded goals as AC Boatworks beat Southwestern, 2-0.

Colton Hanson was the defensive standout and Andrew Hern excelled in goal for AC Boatworks.

SWSC U-10 GIRLS

Ellie Lawton scored the lone goal as Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union topped the Lady Troopers, 1-0.

Brynne Conley was the defensive standout and Grace Felton the offensive star for the winners.

Lia Constantino was the defensive standout and Maddie Overbeck the offensive standout in the setback.

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Pizza Hut blanked Bemus Point, 4-0.

Korbin Chase led the winners with two goals and Mia Turnbull and McKenzie Bessie had one each.

Olivia Heslink and Melissa Devore were the defensive MVPs for the victors.

Maddy Price was the player of the game in defeat.

SWSC U-8 GIRLS

Mandy Brink scored four goals as the Wendy’s McFlurries took Spectrum Eyecare.

Abbey Galati was a standout defensive performer for Wendy’s while Lucy Colburn and Maddie Rose Cresanti were defensive standouts for the Spectrum.

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Ashlynn Swan and Madison Swartz split four goals as Mike Nursery prevailed over TitanX, 5-3.

Lillian Cobb tallied twice and Kylie Morgan once for TitanX.

Emma Malmstrom Jouannet was the defensive player of the game in the loss.

SWSC U-6 COED

Debbie Bellardo tallied twice, Noel Alexander, Tavio Hoose and Kelly Lindstrom once as Lake Shore Paving toppled the Larson Orthodontics Bracers, 5-2.

Jerry Leighton was the defensive standout for Lake Shore. Anthony Powell was the offensive standout and Phil Powell the defensive star in the loss.

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Five Star Bank and Wendy’s battled to a 1-1 tie.

Carmine Calimeri scored a goal for Five Star Banking while Jarred Paul was named defensive player of the game and Caidence Rapp offensive player of the game.

For Wendy’s, Sebastian Tilaro scored the lone goal, Dontae Vasquez was the defensive standout and Gabriel Tilaro the offensive standout.

BAYSO U-6 COED

Two goals apiece by Maddox Sheesley, Taytum Jimerson and Ava Jimerson led Nic-L-Inn past Pharmacy Innovations, 6-3.

Chase Haglund had all three scores for Pharmacy Innovations.

Meadow Hartley, Kealy Caflisch and Taytum Jimerson handled the goalkeeping for Nic-L-Inn.

FAYS U-8 BOYS

Iuculano Construction defeated Dependable Towing, 2-0, thanks to goals from Skylar Burke and Zack Carr and the strong goalkeeping of Gavin Smith and Brenden Devereaux.

FAYS U-6 COED

Sparked by Andreus Fountaine with two goals and Gina Cardone with one, Dr. Daniels blanked United Alloys, 3-0.

Hayden Felt was the goalie for Dr. Daniels and Avery Lampo for the United Alloys.

JAYS

KIWANIS U-12 GIRLS

Camryn Wilson netted two goals, Morgan Tracy, Justice Edens, Gillian Mead and Emily Ryberg chipped in with one apiece and Southside Redemption edged Embroidered Designs by Debbie, 6-5.

Zakya Slaughter scored a pair in defeat while teammates Gianna Melton, Maryjane Diers and Promyss Williams scored one each.

SERTOMA U-10 GIRLS

Lauren Tracey recorded four goals while Allie Brown and Emily Hall split two more as Pizza Express outlasted Reeds Jewelers, 6-5.

For Reeds Jewelers, Brittney Lobb and Caylee Peterson each netted two goals and Emma Gorvin had one.

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Seven different players scored when Peppy Dental cruised by Lena’s Pizza, 14-0.

Leading the way was Jillian Horton with five goals; Claire Pumford was next with three; Jaylyn Fred added two more and Macey Monahgan, Mia Brown, Christina Peppy and Marley Drake all had one each.

Lizzie Delong, Pumford, Drake and Monaghan combined in the nets to record the shutout.

CEL. MOOSE U-8 GIRLS

AJ’s Texas Hots edged Lutheran Social Services, 4-3, behind two goals from Jolie Fitch and one apiece by Payton Horton and Aliva Shilling.

Gracelyn Stevenson, Ashlyn Samuelson, Fitch and Ava Hagelin were the winning goalies.

For LSS, Ella Ordiway tallied two goals and Emma Birt one.

TIMBITS U-6 GIRLS

Goalies Anna Engquist, Addison Cappalino, Morgan Maloney and Sierra Allison were perfect in the nets as the Sky Blue Timbits shut out the Orange Timbits, 5-0.

Morgan Maloney scored four times for the winners and McKenna Cuifolo beat the opposing netminder once.

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The Gray Timbits doubled the score on the Green Timbits, 4-2.

Lexie Rizzo finished a goal shy of the hat trick while teammates Ellie Giambelluca and Brionna Dumaine scored one goal apiece to help their squad reach the winning margin.

Giambelluca, Hayden Dawson, Ally Grey and Chyanne Williams were the goalies for the Gray Timbits.

Mallory Atwater scored both goals in the loss.

U-14 GIRLS

Bayso’s Honeycomb Salon defeated Fast’s Jamestown Elks #263, 3-2.

Adrianna Carlson scored two goals and Chloe Kibbe one while Sky Tarapacki, Hanna Johnson and Katie Jaroszynski tended goal in the victory.

Scoring for Fast was Joy Manno with two goals. Melanie Gifford was the goalie in the loss.

FAST U-8 BOYS

Dalton Caldwell scored delivered the hat trick in the third period of play to lead Rand Machine past Southern Tier Brewery, 5-1.

Kadan Myers and Carson Olson chipped in with a goal each, while Alex Hudson, Devin Dabic, Alex Renalds and Camron Pawlock provided the solid goalkeeping.

Camron Baur scored Southern Tier’s lone goal.

FAST U-6 COED

Hanna Higgs and J. C. Hannon scored the goals as the Green Minis prevailed over the Yellow Minis, 2-0.

Brynn Helms, Bradyn Fuller, Katrina Schrantz and Hannon were the goalies for the winners.

Skylar Bean, Logan Johnson, Caleb Edwards and Gracie Barber tended goal in the defeat.