Youth Soccer



Hunter Thorpe and Kaylee Deering scored twice as the Jamestown Auto Center topped FC Thunder, 6-1.

Robbie Penhollow and Isabella Penhollow tallied the other JAC goals. Jeff Fishgold scored for FC Thunder.

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Destin Johns had four goals, and Dan Andersen and Kyle Morey one each when Andersen Cuddihy Inc. defeated Advanced Septic Service, 6-0.

Matt Brockelbank was the goalie for the winners.


Drake Pierce and Kaylee Pattyson scored goals as Veracity Benefits edged Mom & Pop’s Recycling, 2-1.

Wyatt Harrington assisted on Pierce’s goal for Veracity.

Ermajean Wolcott tallied the lone goal for Mom’s.

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Cassadaga Shurfine defeated Gerry Free Methodist, 3-2, with Jayden Moore-Johns scoring twice and Cameron Anderson once.

Kolton Gibbons had two goals for Gerry Free Methodist.

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Jacob Fishgold recorded three goals, Nicholas Russo and Madilynn Hattaway a goal apiece as Mary Kay edged Valley Tire, 5-4.

Dalton MacIntyre had two goals, and Emily Bindics and Hailey Rivera one each for the Valley Tire.


Storer’s Containers won over Parts Plus Panthers, 6-2, with Garrett Williams and Isaac Wenger having the hat tricks.

Isak Wojcinski tallied twice in the loss.

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Ace Pierce scored for McDonald’s Small Fries and Zack Sisson for J & J Painting in a 1-1 deadlock.


Trent Lewis found the range three times, Denza Fanana twice and Maddie Walker once as Lewis Construction downed the Cow Trimmers, 6-2.

Bryce Jedrysik and Alex Serrano had goals for the Cow Trimmers.

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Emily Anderson tallied seven goals and Cameron Katilus four when the Schaffner Knight & Minnaugh P. C. routed Pavlock Construction, 13-3.

Nathan Bailey added two goals to the winning attack.

In defeat, Kevin Herington had two goals and Aiden Testa one.



Tenley Zielinski, Dea Anderson, Jillian Horton and Rylie Loomis were the goalies as Peppy Dental shut out Lena’s Pizza, 3-0.

Zielinski, Horton and Loomis had goals for the winners.

Mia Delong, Kiersten Horton, Courtnee Peterson were among the goalies in the loss.

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Pizza Express and Reeds Jewelers tied, 3-3.

Lauren Tracy had the hat trick for Pizza Express while Korryne Capizzi, Caylee Peterson and Brittney Lobb scored goals for Reeds.

In goal for Reeds were Abby Peterson, Caylee Peterson, Capizzi and Lobb.


There was no scoring in the game between the Lutheran Blue and John Trussalo’s CPA Gold.

Sara Randolph, Emma Birt, Juliamma Montilla, Kyrahlyn Jones were the Blue netminders.

Emma Higbee, Emma Krzanek, Hanna Bigelow and Allison Latona were in goal for John Trussalo’s.


The Sky Blue Timbits and the Gray Timbits were involved in a 2-2 deadlock.

Scoring for the Sky Blue were McKenna Cuifolo and Addison Cappalino while tallying for the Gray were Lexie Rizzo and Ally Gray.

Morgan Maloney, MacKenzie Trace, Peyton Senear and Cuifolo were the goalies for the Sky Blue.

Elizabeth Patterson, Jolee Schultz, Maddie Troutman and Gray tended the nets for the Gray.

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Alexis Ackley scored both goals when the Purple Timbits edged the Apple Green Timbits, 2-1.

Mallory Atwater recorded the goal for Apple Green.

Emileigh Waterman, Mallory Dahlgren, Grayson Bloomquist and Ackley served as goalies for the Purple Timbits.

Meanwhile, Gracie Melquist and Atwater were the goalies in the setback.


The Horseshoe Inn of Onoville defeated Lite House Auto, 6-2, thanks to two goals from Allison Winchester.

Kyla Prindle, Lindsay Walters, Katie Braund and Sydney France scored the other girls for Horseshoe Inn.

Jessica Schrader and Meghan Siperak recorded goals for Lite House with Ashlyn Greer assisting on Siperak’s tally.

Mackenzie Taber was the goalie for the winners.


Miller Hall Financial prevailed over Haff Acres Farm, 8-0, led by two goals apiece from Ryan Lockwood, Robert Hall and Payton Daniels.

Addison Walker-Osgood and Megan Lockwood had the other Miller Hall goals.

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Lydia Darr, Canyon Johnson and Madilyn Seastrum tallied the goals as UBS Financial shaded Ready Set Grow With Autism, 3-2.

Alexis Hall scored two goals in defeat.

Seastrum, Darr, Drew Oste, Ethan Armbrecht, Lilly Bohall, Megan McGee and Cambria Fiorella were the goalies in the win.


Pure Earth Resources and Lobb’s Mobil tied at 2-2.

Jack Sperry and Jonah Johnson found the range for Pure Earth while Reid Bjork had both of Lobb’s goals.

Andrew Dix, Ben Brooks, Cameron Lunz and Dominic Certo were the goal tenders for Pure Earth.

Jake Stelmack, Caleb Carr, Quin Conlan and Jordan Crofoot shared the duties in net for Lobb’s.


Maddie Yochim tallied twice, Brielle Cramer, Melissa Todd and Emily Ahlstrom once as Jamestown Moose Women blanked Ames Insurance, 5-0.


Southern Tier Federal Credit Union and Pizza Hut engaged in a 1-1 deadlock.

Alexis Marotto recorded a goal for Southern Tier with Brynne Conley and Anna Rauh standing out defensively.

McKenzie Besse tallied for Pizza Hut and Mya Borshein shined on defense.


Lake Shore Paving completed an undefeated season by stopping the Kwik Fill, 5-0, with Dominic Delaney scoring twice.

Lucas Lisciandro, Spencer Bell and Donovan Schnars had the other goals for Lake Shore.

Brady Leach, Matthew Lefler and Alic Triskett were the offensive standouts while Zachary Kent, Landon Cramer and Brady Lindstrom were the defensive sparkplugs for the winners.

For Kwik Fill, Bohden Wendel was the offensive standout and Riley McKinsey the defensive standout.


Elizabeth Dallas, Abbey Warner, Andrea Volk, Emma Steele and Gabrielle Conti tallied goals as Dom’s Mobil downed Lite House Auto, 5-1.

Meghan Siperek scored the lone goal off the goal tending combination of Emily Hatfield, Hannah Jaroszynski, emily Brown and Kayla Brentley.


Falconer Funeral Home defeated Lobb’s Mobil, 4-2, as Gavin Pavlock, Jordan Higbee, Connor Hudson and Ben DePerna scored a goal apiece.

Higbee, Chriss Bollman and Sam Dolan were the winning goalies while Nick Pawlak excelled on defense.

Chris Reudinger netted both goals in the loss.


Dalton Caldwell, Devin Dabic and Carson Olson scored goals as Rand Machine Products blanked Dependable Towing, 3-0.


Zach Carr and Tray Laska recorded two goals as Iuculano Construction completed a 10-0 season by virtue of a 7-0 win over Bemus Point 2.

Frankie Iuculano, Lucas Eckman and Gavin Smith had the rest of goals for the winners.

Combining for the shutout were goalies Brendan Devereaux, Tyler Becker, Jayden Prince and Eckman.