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Kaley Capizzi had three goals while Kyah Capizzi, Matthew D’Amore and Kody Danielson netted a goal each as Quick Solutions deadlocked the AFSCME 418, 6-6.
Kayla Whitmore scored two goals, and Hunter Greenwalt, Erin Butman, Ashley Andolora and Courtney Smith one apiece in the loss.
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Coleson Barber and Jack Carlson each netted one goal as Jennifer Raynor Photography blanked Bodell, Overcash & Anderson, 2-0.
The winning goalies included Trey Tanner, Preston Lanphere, Jack Lundberg and Emmitt Maher.
For Bodell, Overcash & Anderson, Hayden Rodgers-Olsen, Lliam Hamilton-Kraft and Mike Smeraldo shared time in goal.
Mason Jones had the lone goal of the game as Domino’s Pizza edged Everyday True Value, 1-0.
In goal for the Domino’s team were Jones, Noah Rivera, Tyler Maloney and Aidan Senear.
The True Value goalies were Logan McIntosh, Elijah Stone, Ian McIntosh and Antonio Cabrera.
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Earth Resources topped the Regal Service Roadrunners, 2-1.
Maddie Yochim and Lauren Garvey were the goal scorers for Earth Resources and the defensive player of the game was Melissa Todd.
Kaitlyn Fardink scored for the Roadrunners and the defensive standouts were Gwen Colley and Sarah Bellardo.
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The Bemus Point Dental Center was involved in two scoreless games with Kwik Fill and Kia of Jamestown.
Chase Kartesz was the offensive standout and Samuel Kautzman was the defensive standout for Bemus Point against Kwik Fill.
For Kwik Fill, Zack Rhodes excelled on defense and Jaxson Faulk on offense.
Jack Lawson stood out offensively and Ashton Munson defensively for Bemus Point Dental Center versus Kia of Jamestown.
Cody VanGuilder sparkled on offense and Shiv Patel on defense stood out for Kia of Jamestown.
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Five Star Bank and Fessenden, Laumer and DeAngelo played to a 2-2 tie.
Aysia Reed and Carmine Calimeri tallied for Five Star with Leigha Sischo and Trevor Loverme excelling on defense.
Trent Casselman and J. D. Hartmann did the scoring for the Fessenden, Laumer and DeAngelo while Gabriel Lamb and Summer Hartmann stood out defensively.
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Karen Johnson delivered the hat trick as Honeycomb Salon blanked FAYS Eckman Insurance, 3-0.
Katie Jaroszynski had two assists while defensively Chloe Kibbe, Allison Johnson and Jenna Nocero were standouts for the winners.
Adrianna Carlson and Sky Tarapacki were flawless in the Honeycomb goal. Abbey Dobek was the goaltender for Eckman’s.
Kaylee Deering and Robbie Deering split four goals when the Jamestown Auto Center blanked Advanced Septic, 4-0.
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Destin Johns found the mark for six goals and Dan Anderson added two goals as Anderson Cuddihy Inc. prevailed over the FC Thunder, 8-2.
Drake Pierce scored the only goals in the Veracity Benefits’ 2-0 win over Mom & Pop’s Recycling.
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Cade Egan and Cameron Anderson scored two goals each and Jayden Johns one as Cassadaga Sure Fire stopped Gerry Free Methodist, 5-2.
Alex Runge and Meghan Lebaron tallied for GFM.
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Valley Tire tied Mary Kay, 4-4, with no names reported.
Garrett Williams scored the lone goal when Storer’s Containers nipped J & J Painting, 1-0.
Ace Pierce and Kole Davis scored two goals and assisted on two more when McDonald’s Small Fries shut out Parts Plus Panthers, 7-0.
Other goals were tallied by Chase Pierce, Owen Myers and Johnathan Lewis for the victors.
Emily Anderson delivered three goals and Cameron Katlius as Schaffner, Knight & Minnaugh tied Lewis Construction, 4-4.
Trent Lewis scored all four goals for Lewis Construction.
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Kevin Harrington found the range six times, Aiden Testa four and Tanner Olmstead three when Pavlock Construction drubbed the Cow Trimmers, 14-2.
Payton Meder added the other goal for Pavlock.
Kolton Samuelson and Bryce Jedrysik had goals for Cow Trimmers.