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In the ninth week of action, Chris Saxton posted a hat trick and Paul Andelora and Blake Montgomery each had solo goals as Fredonia knocked off Penn State, 8-5.
Nick Thomas also had a hat trick and Ryan Gerbec scored twice for Penn State.
Eric Clark and Sam Stewart both connected for hat tricks as Lena’s defeated Mike’s, 13-5.
Scoring two goals each were Randy Olson and Jerome Lee Yaw for the winners.
Akwasi Owusu produced a hat trick and Robson Knappenberger had two goals for Mike’s.
Jasen Carlson had a big day with five goals in leading JCC Gold over the Fire, 10-4.
Josh Schmitty and Nolan Farr added two goals while for the Fire, Bryan Frank had two goals and Brennen Frank and Bryan Balkema added solo goals.
Nico Burlingrud, Kisun Peters and Peter Dawe each netted two goals as JCC Green topped Red, 7-3.
Wyatt Anderson scored all three goals to complete the hat trick for the Red team.
Bradford outlasted Salamanca, 12-8, with Ty Riley leading the charge with four goals, Jared Doriguzzi earned the hat trick with three goals and Alex Ha had one goal.
For Salamanca, Steve DeGeGroff shined with five goals and Ford Reynolds, Tom Bell and Tony Procacci all had three goals.
Ricky Zortman and Josh Eernisse each netted two goals and Casey Vincent added a single tally as Eisenhower topped SWCS X 2, 7-2.
Brandon West and Christian Hern were the goal scorers for SWCS X.
Drew Beckerink came through with the hat trick and Andrew Ward and Steve Kanicki each scored two goals as Falconer shut out Kane, 7-0.
Nick Cooper’s hat trick helped lead SWCS past Allegany, 8-7.
Also for the winners, Alex Bower and Jackson Rybicki each contributed two goals.
For Allegany, Robbie Higby, Ford Reynolds and Collin Young all had two goals.
Dylan Robinson and Judah Herr both netted two goals as Westfield downed Randolph, 4-2.
Zach Johnson and Zach English scored once for Randolph.
Bailey Patton connected for the hat trick as Corry outlasted JHS, 5-3.
Contributing solo goals were Justin Short and Josh Schrecengost while for JHS, the goals were scored by Josh Anderson, Karee Rizzo-Walker and Carson Peters.
Simon Smith knocked in a pair of goals and Jason Tipton and Bryce Bower both added one goal as Warren defeated Dunkirk, 4-2.
Nelmy Robles and Antonio Robles each netted one goal for Dunkirk.
Mason Mohney produced a hat trick and Brandon Walsh and Tyler Mealy each scored twice as Warren B knocked off Pine Valley, 8-3.
CLCS got by Cattaraugus-Little Valley, 5-3, with Trevor Houser, Zach Weatherlow and Braydyn Wappat leading the scoring attack.
Sebastian Jair-Nara had two goals and Matthew Gostomski one goal for Cattaraugus-Little Valley.
Emily Corwin and Courtney Hewes each found the net three times for hat tricks as CLCS defeated the Elites, 6-3.
Brooke Latour had two goals and Rhea Moore one goal for the Elites.
Cassie Butler and Brittany Feldman netted two goals each as SWCS rolled to a 4-1 win over Pine Valley.
Brandee Pulliam-Dahl had the lone goal for Pine Valley.
Amy Castagnino, Emma Kridler, Hannah Raibel and Morgan Danielson all scored one goal as Warren beat JHS II, 4-3.
For JHS II, Tori Dallas, Morgan Ryan and Karaghan Walker all added one goal.
Emma Steele and Randi Greene both netted two goals and Andrea Volk had one goal as Falconer shut down JHS I, 7-4.
For JHS I, Sarah Gibson connected for two goals and Katie Anderson and Elizabeth Indriolo both added solo goals.
Randolph got by Maple Grove, 5-4, with Taylor Zacher recording two goals while Taryn Dechow and Shaylee Crouse both had single goals.
Emma Franczyk came through with a hat trick and Laurrea Franczyk added one goal for Maple Grove.
Alyssa Coustenis led the way with four goals as the Warriors routed Cassadaga, 12-2.
Andie Hill had two goals and Ryanne Hill one goal for the winners while for Cassadaga, Brittany Johnson and Lexie Ruiz each netted one goal.
Frewsburg was awarded a 1-0 win via forfeit by Olean.
GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY
MG topped Travelers, 9-1, as Claire Crossley produced a hat trick for the winners.
Audrey Taylor scored a goal for Travelers.
Sawyer Mohney drilled four goals and Paige McCullough added the hat trick in Warren’s 7-6 victory over CLCS.
Jen Potter also had four goals while Rylee Bly and Ally Krebs had solo goals for CLCS.
SWCS shutout Falconer, 4-0, with Addie Everson, Brooke Latour and Ashley Lundmark scoring for the winners.
U-14 FRIDAY NIGHT LEAGUE
Mike Cammarata shined with a 5-goal performance in leading the Perfect Combo to a 13-1 victory over Bemus.
Also scoring was Mike Andelora, who delivered a hat trick and Gabby Iuculano had two goals.
Gianna Hoose scored for Bemus.
Sawyer Mahoney scored twice and Nathan Eadie and Mackenzie Bickling both netted one goal as Warren topped the Conquerors, 5-1.
Bryce Deering scored the lone goal for the Conquerors.
Jon Page and Ian Darlin both drilled three goals for the hat trick and Madeline Fadale added one goal in Ike’s 16-2 win over Try Hard.
Reid Bjork and Lauren Hartley both had solo goals for Try Hard.