Youth Soccer

FAST U-6 COED

Hannah Brentley found the net twice in leading the Blue team past the Yellow team, 4-0.

Alexander Thorp and Myah Campbell completed the scoring with one goal each and Kimberly Grodecki, Thorp, Brentley, Dylan Lanphere, Emily Green and Campbell picked up the victory in goal.

Campbell was also named as the most valuable player.

The MVP award for the Yellow team went to Haven Kaltenbach.

FAST U-8 GIRLS

Tess Spangenburg tallied twice, Sam Snow and Kayla Lynn once as Southern Tier Family Dentistry downed Rand Machine Products, 4-1.

Jacey Cappa scored for Rand against the winning goal tending combination of Mary Beth Sigular, Alyssa Spitale, Brynn Zaranek and Kayla Lynn.

FAST U-18 GIRLS

The Horseshoe Inn of Onoville (BAYSO) and Dom’s Mobil (FAST) battled to a 3-3 tie.

Liz Dallas scored on a header off of a corner kick by Emma Steele. She also had another goal unassisted. Steele added another goal for Dom’s Mobil.

Megan Sholl scored one for the Horseshoe Inn and Janessa Annis scored twice.

Goalies for the Horseshoe Inn were Sami Mason and Jessie Davis while Hannah Jaroszinski and Emily Brown tended the net for Dom’s Mobil.

FAYS U-12 GIRLS

Keywell outlasted Ames Insurance, 3-1, as Claire Johnson, Sierra Tuller and Kiara Marchincin each scored single goals.

The goalkeepers for Keywell were Johnson, Heather DeGolier, Marchincin and Tuller.

SWSC U-8 BOYS

Four players scored goals in the 4-0 win for Bemus Point Dental over Kwik Fill.

Deshon Cook, Ashton Munson, Nolan Froah and Seth Vaughn did the scoring for Bemus Point Dental and the defensive standout was Henry Marshall.

John Conley was the defensive standout and Logan Hern the offensive standout for Kwik Fill.

SWSC U-12 GIRLS

McDonalds blanked BAYSO’s Jenn’s Lake Service, 3-0.

The goal scorers included Katja Kranzo, Lotte Kranzo and Erin Radack and Sydney Chau took care of the net.

SWSC U-10 GIRLS

The New York State Police Lady Troopers defeated Coppola’s Pizza, 5-2.

Kylee Dibble, Vivian White, Juliana Graham, Sofia Genareo and Kylee Gifford all netted one goal for the Lady Troopers.

Megan Harrell scored both goals for Coppola’s.

BAYSO U-6 COED

UBS Financial came through with a 4-0 shutout over Guppy’s as Madilyn Seastrum tallied two goals and Owen Erlandson and Canyon Johnson each added one goal.

The combination of Erlandson, Johnson, Drew Oste, Lilly Bohall, Lydia Darr, Mae Benedetto, Megan McGee and Ethan Armbrecht preserved the victory for UBS.

BAYSO U-8 GIRLS

United Rentals blanked the Shutterbugs, 3-0, thanks to the hat trick by Brianna Loomis.

The winning goalies were Eliza Dawes, Stephanie Derkovitz, Madison Bartok and Gracelyn Blair.

Sharing time in goal for the Shutterbugs were Mackenzie Hills, Marlei Armstrong, Abigail Sweeney and Carissa DePasquale.

JAYS TIMBITS U-6 BOYS

A scoreless tie was recorded between the Sky Blue Timbits and the Apple Green Timbits.

Xander Brunner, Sean Slagle, Mark Mescall and Aurick Pattison were in goal for the Sky Blue.

In the goal for the Apple Green were Mateo Messere, Trenton Painter, Gavin Maggio and Donovyn Stiverson.

JAYS ELKS LODGE U-8 BOYS

Caleb Micciche produced a hat trick in leading Larry Spacc Auto over Everyday’s True Value, 9-0.

Also for the winners, Cameron Micciche and Aiden Micciche each added a pair of goals and Cole Johnson and Isaiah Sanchez both contributed one goal.

Marcus Merced, Aiden Micciche, Cameron Micciche and Alex Depasquale split time in goal.

Domino’s Pizza got by Jennifer Raynor Photography, 2-1, with John Torres scoring both goals.

The goalkeepers included Brandon Lobb, Brady Wetherby, Aidan Senear and Tyler Maloney

Jack Carlson scored the lone goal for Jennifer Raynor Photography while Colton Cappalino, Max Digirolamo, Trey Tanner and Evan Sharpe were the netminders.

JAYS EAGLES LODGE U-11 BOYS

NAPA Auto Parts pulled out a 3-2 victory over Rainbow Taxi as Reiden Ferraro, Josh Looms and Sal Colletti all found the net once.

Colletti was joined in goal by Damon Tanner, Cayden Frazier and Logan Fish in preserving the win.

Tyler Sutton scored both goals for Rainbow Taxi and the goaltending crew included Eric Petibone, Dylan Belardo, Logan McNeal and Nick Norrod.

Nevan Kearney and Harrison Monfort were the goal scorers as Cattaraugus County Bank edged the Morton Club, 2-1.

The CCB goalies were Alex Sharpe, Tage Roehm, Alex Larson and Dominik Pocza.

Evan Anderson had the lone goal for the Morton Club, whose goalies included Caleb Bane, Shane Fedeko, Jonathan Erickson and Caleb Erickson.

JAYS TROPHY HOUSE U-15 BOYS

Peppy Dental shut out Slone Melhuish, 7-0, as Matthew Myers and Kanin Tanner connected for two goals apiece.

Also adding solo goals were Joey Mazzurco, Taylor Smith and Paige Conklin.

The goalies for Peppy Dental were Tanner, Myers, Conklin and Simon Ferringer.

Caylee Shelters connected for the hat trick as the Kendall Club defeated Quick Solutions, 6-1.

Travis Fye added two goals and Kayla Ormsby one goal for the winners and the goalkeeping chores were split between Ormsby, Fye, Catherine Rogowski and Tyler Anderson.

Miranda Twichel scored for Quick Solutions.

JAYS SERTOMA CLUB U-10 GIRLS

Lena’s Pizza and Reeds Jewelers battled to a 2-2 tie.

Scoring for the Lena’s team were Kiersten Horton and Gia Slaughter while support in the net came from Horton, Madison Ventura, Ericka Amidon and Madison Ventura.

Caylee Peterson scored twice for Reed’s and she split time in goal with Sonna Alm, Alysia Papalia and Abby Peterson.

Peppy Dental posted a 5-0 win over Jamestown Pediatrics with Jillian Horton scoring a pair of goals and Dea Anderson, Olivia Pinciaro and Claire Pumford added one goal each.

The goalies for Peppy Dental were Tenley Zielinski, Rylie Loomis, Pumford and Marley Drake.

BAYSO U-12 GIRLS

Jenn’s Lake Service prevailed over Ames Insurance, 8-1, behind two goals each by Riley Caskey and Sydney Greiner.

Other goals for Jenn’s went to Marissa Schuppenhauer, Lilly Baer, Riley Farnham and Nina Marsh.

Samantha Kianos was the only Ames player to score against goalies Elise Swanson, Hailey Blair, Lily Gustafson and Farnham.