Youth Soccer Roundup
SWSC U-10 GIRLS
Emily Kimball and Sydney Thorpe recorded two goals each as Southwestern prevailed over The Post-Journal, 6-3.
Mia Turnbull and Mehssi Devore scored the rest of the goals for Southwestern.
Rachael Kehrli, Megan Burnham and Ava Palmquist scored in the loss.
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Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union edged the Post-Journal, 3-2.
For the winners, Erin Manning and Ella White were the goal scorers and Grace Felton was in goal.
Kiley Tibbits and Meghan Burnham scored for the P-J and the defensive player of the game was Bailey South.
The New York State Lady Troopers got by Eckert Construction, 2-1.
For the Lady Troopers, Maddie Overbeck and Kylee Dibble each produced one goal and Sydney Segrue, Kylee Anderson and Sofia Genareo shared time in goal.
Madison Albright had the lone goal for Eckert Construction and in goal were Madison Caflish, Hannah Eckert, Ashley Carlson and Sam Reale.
SWAS U-12 GIRLS
McDonald’s and the Moose battled to a 1-1 tie.
The goal scorer for the McDonald’s team was Gianna Hoose.
Ashley Lundmark scored for the Moose.
SWSC U-8 BOYS
Deshon Cook, Nolan Froah and Cameron Leak scored goals as Bemus Point Dental Care blanked Community Bank, 3-0.
Seth Vaughn was a defensive standout for Bemus Point while Austin Chase was strong offensively and Walker Perry defensively for Community Bank.
CVYS U-6 COED
Schaffner Knight & Minnaugh P.C. defeated Pavlock Construction, 10-2, thanks to a big outing from Emily Anderson, who scored five goals.
Cameron Katilus scored two goals and Nathan Bailey, Isaiah Sisson and Christopher Hubler added one goal each.
Kevin Harrington scored the only two goals for Pavlock Construction.
In other action, Lewis Construction defeated the Cow Trimmers, 7-3.
CVYS U-8 BOYS
Store’s Cyclones defeated the Parts Plus Panthers 2-0.
Isaac Wenger scoring two goals with one assist by Brooklyn Pryll for the shutout.
McDonalds Small Fries and J&J Painting battled to a 1-1 tie.
Ace Pierce scored for McDonalds Small Fries.
Scoring for J&J Painting was Zach Sisson.
CVYS U-11 BOYS
Gerry Free Methodist defeated Veracity Benefits, 6-1.
Johnathon Brockelbank scored three goals to complete the hat trick and Kolton Gibbons, Braden LeBaron, and Cartar Sisson each netted one goal.
Cassadaga Surefine blanked Mary K, 6-0, as Cameron Anderson posted a hat trick and Kynan Egan, Ethan Kahle and Sarah Meder all found the net once in the victory
Mom & Pop’s Recycling and Valley Tire played to a 1-1 tie.
Coulcher Hobbs scored the one goal for the Mom & Pop’s team and for Valley Tire, Dalton McIntyre was the goal scorer.
CVYS U-15 COED
Jamestown Auto Center posted an 8-2 win over FC Thunder.
Hunter Thorpe connected three times for the hat trick, Kaylee Deering and Robbie Penhollow each scored two goals and Izzy Penhollow added one goal.
Assists went to Morgan Perkins, Thorpe and Grace Penhollow.
Jeff Fishgoal and Eli Johns each scored one goal for FC Thunder.
Andersen Cuddihy Inc. cruised to an 11-0 victory over Advanced Septic, 11-0.
Destin Johns and Daniel Andersen shined on offense as each scored four goals and Kyle Maurey, Amber Morrison and Samantha Krzyzanowski all added solo goals.
JAYS CELORON MOOSE U-8 GIRLS
Lutheran and John Trussalo, CPA, played to a scoreless tie.
The goalies for the Lutheran team included Julia Smith, Alyson Canfield, Sara Randolph, and Kyrahlyn Jones.
For the Trussalo team, Emma Krzanek, Allison Latona, Alexis Lutgen, and Michaela Leverenz split time in the net.
AT&T Orange improved to 4-0 with a 3-1 victory over Patient’s Pharmacy.
For the winners, Telana Slaughter connected for two goals and Alex Melquist added a solo goal. Handling the goaltending duties were Darianna Barr, Kayla Eddy, Melquist and Lexi Clemente
Hannah Patterson scored for Patient’s Pharmacy.
AJ’s Texas Hots defeated MYGOPHER@Kmart, 5-1, as Jolie Fitch and Olivia Kubera each drilled a pair of goals and Gracelyn Stevenson contributed a solo tally and the victorious were Ava Hagelin, Gracelyn Stevenson, Alivia Shilling and Sophia Dumaine.
Aliya Graham scored for MYGOPHER@Kmart and the defensive standouts for were Ella Storms, Rena Huntington, Adrianna McSkimming, and Ella Propheter.
JAYS TROPHY HOUSE U-15 COED
Peppy Dental defeated Slone-Melhuish, 4-2.
Matthew Myers netted a pair of goals and Paige Conklin and Kanin Tanner each added one goal for Peppy Dental and the team’s goalkeepers were Cyan Olmstead, Joey Mazzurco, Kanin Tanner and Conklin.
For Slone-Melhuish, Akyra Slaughter and Kylen Faulkner each knocked in one goal and the netminders were Mariss Slaughter, Bradley Kightlinger, Amanda Miraglia and Mackenze Abbey.
Travis Fye came through with the hat trick in leading the Kendall Club to a 7-4 win over Quick Solutions.
Nick Bigney and Catherine Rogowski each contributed two goals and Rogowski and Fye joined Kayla Ormsby and Nick Bigney in protecting the net.
For Quick Solutions, Kasie Foulk netted two goals and Kaley Capizzi added one goal.
JAYS SERTOMA CLUB U-10 GIRLS
Peppy Dental shut out Jamestown Pediatrics, 4-0, as Jillian Horton produced two goals and Christina Peppy and Madison Karash added one goal apiece.
Karash and Horton joined Jaylyn Fred and Tenley Zilinski in taking care of the net.
Alyssa Shimmel scored for Jamestown Pediatrics.
Kiersten Horton knocked in a pair of goals as Lena’s Pizza rolled past Reeds Jewelers, 7-1.
Other scorers for Lena’s were Gia Slaughter, Mia Delong, Madison Ventura, Madison Smith, and Alyssa Horton and the goaltending duties were shared by Ericka Amidon, Courtnee Peterson, Madison Ventura and Abby Roof.
Scoring for Reeds was Caylee Peterson.