YMCA INDOOR SOCCER

BOYS VARSITY

Drew Beckerink tallied three times and Andrew Ward, Dylan Johnson and Steven Kanicki twice when Falconer battered Cattaraugus-Little Valley, 10-2.

Matthew Gostomski and Abby Wabik had goals in the loss.

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Nate Priester, Ryan Parker and Nate Mogenhan scored goals as SWCS-X nipped Kane, 3-2.

For Kane, Aaron Meserole and Galithea Fryzlewski delivered goals.

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Randolph romped over Maple Grove I, 11-1, behind two goals by Connor McAllister, Joe Andrews and Zach Jackson.

Nathan Saar scored for MG.

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Jamestown High School and SWCS FC battled to a 4-4 tie.

Carson Peters and Karen Rizzo-Walker had two goals each for Jamestown while Nick Cooper and Andy Bell two goals for SWCS FC.

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Led by Christian Franks’ hat trick, Westfield toppled Dunkirk, 6-3.

Jake Fish and Dylan Robinson had goals for Westfield.

Nelmy Robles drilled home two goals and Zac Meadows one for Dunkirk.

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Ford Reynolds and Robby Higby split four goals to lead the way for Allegany in its 8-7 win over Warren.

Ben Wallace added another for Allegany.

Quinn Boger had four goals for Warren while teammates Simon Smith and Mitch Dorunda delivered one.

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Zach Weatherlow’s two goals paced CLCS over Pine Valley, 4-1.

Kyle Moore and Braydyn Wappat had the rest of the goals for the winners.

Ben Peterson scored the lone goal for Pine Valley.

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Warren edged Eisenhower, 1-0, behind Andrew Goldthwaite’s tally.

GIRLS VARSITY

Taylor Zachar’s five goals and Megan Steward’s three goals spearheaded Randolph to a 9-2 verdict over SWCS.

Nicole Cooper and Brittany Feldman scored for SWCS.

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Morgan Zlockie had four goals and Abbie Merchant two goals in pacing Jamestown I to an 8-2 nod over CLCS.

Alexa Dix and Ellen Merchant scored the rest of the Jamestown goals.

Emily Corwin tallied both goals for CLCS.

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Andrea Volk delivered three goals as Falconer prevailed over JHS H, 9-3.

Emma Steele, Amber Micek and Kelly Keefe had two goals for the winners.

Tori Dallas scored twice and Lauren Madden once for JHS.

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Frewsburg took it out on Cassadaga, 13-3, with Morgan Genovese scoring four times while Janessa Annis and Emily Stoll had two apiece.

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Emily Button’s hat trick carried Olean to a 4-3 decision over the Elites.

Khalee Bowen had the other goal for Olean.

Rhea Moore scored twice and Brooke LaTour once for the Elites.

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MG took it out in the Warriors, 10-4, with Emily Swanson scoring four goals and Haley Fox three.

Emma Franczak also scored for MG.

Emma Kridler had two goals while Amy Castagnino and Morgan Danielson had one each for the Warriors.

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Warren and Pine Valley battled to a 3-3 stalemate.

Alyssa Coustenis had two goals and Ryanne Yehl another goal for Warren.

For Pine Valley, Jessica Wilcox drilled two goals and Louise Zollinger one.

U-14 LEAGUE

Gabby Inculano scored four goals and Mike Cammarata three as Perfect Combo easily defeated the Conquerors, 12-3.

Jack Eimiller had two goals for the winners while Justin Morris had all three for Conquerors.

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Adrianna Carlson’s five goals were just enough to lift Bemus Point to a 5-4 win over Eisenhower.

Ian Darling had two tallies while Anbianna Navaroli and Kelsey Fadale had one in the loss.

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Ryon Flatt tallied four goals, Sawyer Mahone and Mitchell Grosch two goals as Warren prevailed over Try Hard, 9-5.

Reid Bjork delivered four goals and Renae Johnson one for Try Hard.

POWER LEAGUE

Ryan Deppas and Blake Montgomery split eight goals and Paul Andalora contributed three when Fredonia outscored Mike’s, 14-5.

Honoratus Mehs had three goals and Kai Anderson two in the defeat.

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Lena’s prevailed over JCC Gold, 11-6, led by Jason Lundmark with four goals while Jerome Lee Yaw had three goals and Matt Stone two.

Reid Sturzenbecker and Nolan Farr divided four goals for JCC Gold.

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Penn State and JCC Green wound up in a 7-7 tie.

Mike Fiscus of Penn State scored four goals and teammate Kree Nomkran added three.

For JCC Green, Nico Beringrud and Brent Johnson scored two goals each and Scott Kemish added one goal.

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Brian Frank’s four goals led the Fire over Salamanca, 5-2.

Mike DePonceau had the other Fire goal.

Ford Reynolds and Tate Reynolds scored for Salamanca.

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Jared Doroguzzi had six goals and Tyree Bennett three goals as Bradford turned back the Red Team, 12-5.

Steven Tingley added two goals for Bradford.

Matt Horne had three goals and David Philblad two goals for the Red Team.