Shults Auto Group Indoor Soccer

BOYS VARSITY

Zach Weatherlow produced the hat trick in leading CLCS past Kane, 7-2.

Also for the winners, Abdullah Khalil netted two goals and Ryan Linnecke and Braydyn Wappat both had one goal.

For Kane, Kaleb Pieroth and Aaron Meserole each scored one goal.

Thanks to the hat trick by Steven Kanicki, Falconer downed Eisenhower, 7-3.

Drew Beckerink contributed two goals and Dillon Johnson added one goal.

Michael Spencer, Noah Vanhouten and Josh Eernisse all scored one goal for Eisenhower.

Tim Coccarelli and Chris Cockram each netted two goals and Daniel Skinner added a solo tally as Westfield routed MG 1, 7-0.

Collin Young and Ford Reynolds connected for two goals as Allegany rolled to a 7-3 win over Corry. Tate Reynolds also had a solo goal.

For Corry, Bailey Patton knocked in two goals and Brudi Wood had one goal.

Warren edged Randolph, 7-5, as Quinn Boger came through with the hat trick and Tristan Boger and Simon Smith each scored two goals.

High scorers for Randolph were Jackson Andrews and Joe Andrews.

Jackson Rybicki had an outstanding day with four goals and Andy Bell and Tristen Desnerck both recorded hat tricks as SWCS FC routed Dunkirk, 11-1.

Matt Carpenter and Tyler West both found the net as Pine Valley got by Catt-LV, 2-1.

Jenna Martin scored for Catt-LV.

Mason Mahoney, Tyler Mealy and Connor Guiffre contributed two goals as Warren B rolled to a 9-1 victory over SWCS X.

Nate Priester had the lone goal for SWCS X.

GIRLS VARSITY

Randolph outgunned SWCS, 5-2, with Taylor Zacher getting the hat trick and Kenzie Evans and Tiffinni Keyes each added a goal.

Cassie Butler and Kristi Baggianno both scored for SWCS.

Both Devon Kowalewski and Janessa Annis recorded hat tricks and Kyle Prindle-Cassidy had one goal as Frewsburg edged the Warriors, 8-6.

Ryanne Yehl, Cali James, Andie Hill and Paige Papa scored goals for the Warriors.

Courtney Hewes netted the hat trick in leading CLCS to an 8-2 win over Warren.

Emily Corwin added a pair of goals and Gina Sena had one goal for the winners.

For Warren, Morgan Danielson and Aldyn Poston produced one goal apiece.

Pine Valley routed Cassadaga, 8-1, as Jess Wilcox and Becky Butcher both had two goals and Louis Zollinger contributed one goal.

Emma Franczyk and Katie Andelora shined with four goals apiece in leading JHS 1 to a 10-5 win over Maple Grove. Alexa Dix and Haley Nieves also scored hat tricks.

Rhea Moore and Sydney Moore both connected for three goals and Brook LaTour had one goal as the Elites rolled past JHS 2, 7-1.

POWER LEAGUE

Mike Fiscus was on target with five goals and Dan Lane and Will Cole drilled four goals apiece as Penn State outgunned Mike’s, 15-7.

Honoratus Meh was a scoring machine for Mike’s, producing six goals while Dan Auflick had one goal in the losing effort.

Thanks to a trio of hat tricks by Andrew Wiltsie, Jason Lundmark and Tom Eckwahl, Lena’s blasted the Fire, 16-5.

For the Fire, Bryan Frank produced two goals while Ryan Balkema, Skylar Shaap and Austin Shaap had one goal each.

Blake Montgomery scored twice as Fredonia beat the Red Team, 14-5.

Nolan Farr’s hat trick paced JCC Gold to a 7-3 win over Bradford. Jason Carlson added two goals and Justin Loverme and Evan Ahlstrom both had one goal apiece.

For Bradford, Ty Riley netted two goals and Cody Bly had one goal.

Brett Johnson was the offensive leader with four goals while Nico Buringrud added a pair of goals and Peter Dawe had one goal as JCC Green rolled to a 15-3 victory over Salamanca.

Brett Thompson had two goals and Tate Reynolds one goal for Salamanca.

JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS

SWSC got by Warren, 6-4 with Addie Everson leading the winners with four goals.

Paige McCullough had two goals for Warren.

Sam Waddington connected for two goals as Falconer got by Travelers, 4-3.

Giovanna Calamunci was the high scorer for Travelers.

Claire Crossley led the offense with four goals as Maple Grove topped CLCS, 9-2

Riley Bly and Sara Corwin both had solo goals for CLCS.

U-14 FRIDAY NIGHT LEAGUE

Ike outlasted Try Hard, 6-3, as Ian Darling, Caroline Smelko and Nick Smelko all had one goal each in the victory.

Reid Bjork netted two goals and Garrett Swanson had one goal for the Try Hard team.

Claire Crossley shined with the hat trick as Perfect Combo delivered an 8-5 win over Warren. Jack Eimiller added a pair of goals and Kelsey Wolfe had one goal.

Sawyer Mahoney and Damon Navovoli scored twice each for Warren.

Justin Morris accounted for all five goals as the Conquerors got by Bemus, 5-3.

Gianna Hoose, Zach Hendrick and Tate Bryant were the goal scorers for Bemus.