Youth Soccer


Brooke LaTour and Jordyn Romaniuk split six goals as Sandy Meyers Design belted Lena’s Pizza, 10-0.

Kayla Conway contributed two goals, Kylie Brown and MacKenzie McWilliams had one each in the win.

Lauren Swan was the defensive standout for the winners, who had goalies Courtney Thomas, Mackayla Euscher, Camoryn Ryder and McWilliams in goal.

Chelsa Vincent and Chloe Johnson stood out defensively in the loss.


Dominic Delaney and Lucas Lisciandro scored goals as Lake Shore Paving blanked Kia Motors, 2-0.

Spencer Bell and Dalton White were the offensive standouts and Matthew Lefler and Brady Leach were the defensive standouts for Lake Shore.

Clayton Fairbanks was the defensive standout for Kia Motors.


Brody Larson tallied four goals, Anthony Powell three goals and Johnathan Lyon a goal as Larson Orthodontics Bracers beat Pure Earth Resources Roughnecks, 8-2.

Landon Hooks and Katrina Cook scored for Roughnecks, who had Meredith Kimball as the defensive standout.

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The Lobb’s Mobil Lobos defeated Five Star Bank, 4-0.

Offensive player of the game Kirsten Chase had three goals and Maecyn Brown had the other goal for the Lobos. Abigail Monroe was the defensive player of the game.

The defensive play of the game for Five Star Bank was Calvin Salisbury and the offensive play was Carmine Calimeri.

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Caleb Prewitt delivered two goals while teammates Addisyn Lawton, Carter Brink and Judd Harris added one each to lead Jamestown Mattress by Lake Shore Paving, 5-2.

Ryan Ohl and Braya Beaver were the defensive standouts in the victory.

For Lake Shore Paving, Robbie Bellardo had two goals and Kelly Lindstrom was the defensive player of the game.


Pizza Hut downed Bemus Point, 7-1, behind two goals from Sydney Thorpe and one each from Sophia Tallon, Mia Turnbull, Melissa Devore, Emily Kimball, and MacKenzie Besse.

Meghan Fischer scored the lone goal in defeat.


Jack Shea scored two goals, Adam Boardman, Collin Mitchner and Kadan Myers had one apiece and Rand Machine toppled Dependable Towing, 5-0.


Gavin Pavlock and Trenton Colburn connected for goals as Falconer Funeral Home prevailed over Lobb’s Mobil, 2-1.

Garret Swanson scored for Lobb’s against winning goalie Colbi Gordon.

Dylan Davis, Caleb Carr, Quinn Conlan and Jordan Crofoot were the netminders for Lobb’s.


Madison DeGolier found the range twice, Taylor Bower, Erin Nolan and Cate Walter one each as Dole Studio prevailed over Sam Conti Auto Center, 5-1.

Alyssa Holdridge scored for Sam Conti.

Ireland Hagglund, Madigan Price, Aurora Barton and Bower were the goalies in the win.


Aliya Graham recorded four goals and Ella Propheter one when Mygopher@Kmart defeated the Post-Journal, 5-2.

Karlee Rock scored both goals in the loss

Delilah Miranda, Abby Monaghan and Adrianna McSkimming were the goalies for the winners.

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AJ’s Texas Hots defeated Patient’s Pharmacy, 2-1.

Payton Horton and Myah Fitch scored the goals while Megan Kubera, Olivia Kubera, Jolie Fitch, and Ashlyn Samuelson were the goalkeepers.

Hannah Lutgen scored for Patient’s Pharmacy and Aurora Ordines, Susanna McCurdy, Lucinda Patterson, and Haylee French were the goalies.

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Telana Slaughter had two goals and Nayla Torres one to propel John Trussalo CPA Gold by AT&T Wireless Orange, 3-0.

Morgan Troutman, Oliviah LaMountain, Torres and Alex Melquist were the winning goalies.

Tending the nets in defeat were Emma Higbee, Maddisyn Latone, Brennah Trace and Kayla Lutgen.


Sky Blue defeated the Purple, 4-1, as McKenna Cuifolo scored three goals and Addison Cappalino added one.

Katie Kathman was the only Purple player to break through against the goal tending of Cuifolo, Peyton Senear, Anna Engquist and MacKenzie Trace.

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Lexie Rizzo netted four goals and Sydney Dawson one when the Timbits Gray edged the Timbits Orange, 4-3.

Goalies for the victors were Sydney Dawson, Hayden Dawson, Brionna Dumaine and Ellie Giambelluca.

Scoring for the Orange Timbits were Madison Hill, Olivia Michael and Sara Spitz.

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The Apple Green Timbits blanked the Maroon Timbits, 5-0, thanks to four goals from Mallory Atwater and one from Abigail Brandow and the strong goalkeeping of Graciella Melquist and Zoey Shimmel.



Peppy Dental rolled to a 9-0 victory over Pizza Express.

Scoring for the winners were Madison Karash, Marley Drake, Rylie Loomis, Jillian Horton (2), Jaylyn Fred, Olivia Pintciaro, Claire Pumford (2)

Horton and Pumford netted two each.

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Kiersten Horton beat the netminder four times to lead Lena’s Pizza to an 8-4 win over Jamestown Pediatrics.

Aiding in the winning cause were Mia Delong, Gia Slaughter and Annika Coulter, who all scored a goal each

Hannah Grey led Jamestown Pediatrics with two goals while teammates Alyssa Shimmel and Melissa Tubbs split the other two goals.


Allstate Insurance made easy work of Southside Redemption Center, 8-1.

Brianna Stone led the way with two goals and Alice Moffet, Alexa Swanson, Alexis Arnold, Julia Millward, Jessica Susz and Sierra Fish tallied one apiece to reach the winning margin.

Alexa Swanson and Michelle Grimm were the goalies for Allstate Insurance.

Zoe White scored the only goal for Southside Redemption Center.

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Jamestown Savings Bank doubled the score on Embroidered Designs by Debbie, 4 – 2.

Hayden Guichard found the back of the net twice for JSB and Maddie Anderson and Kaidynce Walker split the other two goals.

The winning goalies were Chelsae Lyons, Nadine Glover, Breeannah Brown and Brianna Hill.

Anna Burt and Zakya Slaughter were the goal scorers in the loss.


Goalies Brendon Devereaux, Skyler Burke, Lucas Eckman and Kelson Laska had the shutout in Iuculano Construction’s 5-0 verdict over Greg Mackie.

Zack Carr scored twice while Frankie Iuculano, Aktreyu Laska and Burke had one goal apiece in the victory.


Nic-L-Inn blanked Sweet Repeats, 9-0, behind the solid goaltending of Greyson Lewis, Taytum Jimerson, Taylor Yost, Kealy Caflisch and Meadow Hartley.

Taytum Jimerson and Maddox Sheesley tallied three goals apiece, Ava Jimerson had two and Caflisch added one for the victors.


Sydney France found the range twice as the Horseshoe Inn of Onoville beat the Lake House Auto, 7-1.

Jessie Davis. Katie Thourson, Kyla Pringle, Katie Braund and Lindsay Walter were the other goal scorers.

MacKenzie Tabor was the winning goalie and allowed only a goal to Katie Lawton.