VALLEY LEAGUE U-6 GIRLS
Barney’s Hoof Trimming downed Cassadaga Lake Association, 4-1, with Connor Main scoring all four goals.
Scoring for Cassadaga Lake Association was Hailey Cross.
Mary Kay and Pavlock Construction played to a 2-2 tie.
Gavin Penhollow and Jackson Crowell each scored one goal for Mary Kay.
Scoring for Pavlock were Nevaeh Hebner and Alex Serrano.
VALLEY LEAGUE U-8
Daniele Anderson Photography shut out Lewis Contracting, 3-0, as Owen Meyers scored two goals and Tristan Pryll added a solo goal.
Schaffner, Knight, Minnaugh & Co. defeated Cassadaga Shur Fine, 7-1, as Kole Hawkins shined with four goals. Alex Kahle added two goals and Summer Cieplinski netted one goal.
Easton Berwick had the lone goal for Cassadaga Shur Fine.
VALLEY LEAGUE U-11
Wyatt Harrington drilled five goals as Gerry Free Methodist Church blanked Parts Plus, 9-0. Isaac Wenger also earned an assist.
Also for the winners, Zachary Sisson produced the hat trick and Wenger added another goal.
Hannah DeGolier, Zach Sisson and Ian Andersen shared the victory in goal.
J&J Painting defeated Tanner’s Garage, 5-1.
Jayden Johns found the net once, assisted by Sullivan Ferrino, Adam Dossey scored two goals with Jayden Johns getting assists. Chloe Davis and Chloe Ekstrom both had solo goals.
Scoring for Tanner’s Garage was Garrett Williams.
Heritage Village rolled to an 8-3 win over Storer’s Cyclones, led by Drake Pierce who scored five goals and Noah Abram who had the hat trick. Drake Pierce earned an assist.
Scoring for Storer’s were Austin Main and Jerrett Runge while Jo Lee Crowell and Madeline Bailey earned assists.
VALLEY LEAGUE U-15
Mom & Pops Recycling blanked Truck-Lite, 2-0, with Robbie Penhollow and Tayler Austin each scoring one goal.
Kyle Morey recorded the shutout in goal.
Jamestown Auto Center got by Valley Tire, 5-3.
Eli Johns and Tyler Pacos each scored two goals and Tara Cratsley added one goal for the winners.
Scoring for Valley Tire were Dana Wilson, Dale Huling and Conner Austin with one goal apiece.
FAYS U-8 GIRLS
Armor shut out Rand Machine, 4-0, with Taytum Jimerson netting two goals and Ava Jimerson and Ashley Schrecongost each adding one goal.
Paige Whippo and Cierra Lynn were the winning goalkeepers
FAYS U-6 COED
Clearwater Aquarium edged Sweet Repeats, 4-3, as Brandon Frances and Lyla Salvaggio both scored two goals.
Connor Forbes, Mickey Hartley, Brea Rubrecht, Brandon Flowers, Keith Brooks and Alayna Devere handled the goalkeeping chores for Clearwater Aquarium.
For Sweet Repeats, Taran Laska, Logan Torres-Carvella and Rosalie Rondeau were the goal scorers and Lily Scarsone, Sarah Silverburg and Chloe Rublee shined on defense.
BAYSO U-10 GIRLS
BAYSO 1’s Dole Studios squeaked out a 1-0 win over FAST 2-Designer Pools.
Emilee Blair scored the only goal for Dole Studios. In the net were Madeleine Wadsworth, Aurora Barton, Eliza Dawes and Katelyn Ruhlman.
Bralyn Paladino and Kaydence Paladino were the goalies for Designer Pools
The FAST Orange Falconer Funeral Home team blanked the Green team, 3-0, as Caleb Edwards scored two goals and Luciano Brunco added one goal.
Cara Orr and Samarie Waddington scored goals as FAST’s Southern Tier Dentistry blanked Southwestern II, 2-0.
Abbie Nelson was in goal for the winners. Abby Kreinheder was an outstanding goalie and Lauren Swan the offensive standout for Southwestern.
Griffin Bogdanowicz, Oliver Nagel and Lucas Lisciandro scored goals as Southwestern’s Pizza Hut took care of BAYSO Bemus Dental, 3-0.
Tess Spangenburg, Samantha Snow, Cayla Lynn and Ava Fenton had goals as FAST’s Ames Insurance nipped the BAYSO’s Powers, Sixbey and Present Funeral Home, 4-3.
Goalies Abbie Arnone, Madison Pitts, Snow and Lynn combined for the win and gave up two goals to Megan Fisher and one to Abbey Harrel.
Jameson Walsh scored both goals as BAYSO’s Half Acres shaded FAYS No. 2, 2-1.
Jacob Reinhardt, Max Lingenfelter and Brennan Haglund were the goalies for the winners and allowed just a goal by Gavin Smith.
Chase Haglund, Matt Wisler, Zayne Cline and Lucas Torres-Carvella were the FAYS goalies.
Larson Orthodontic Bracers defeated Lake Shore Paving, 5-1, with five different scorers.
Cole Johnson, Brody Larson, Samuel Kautzman, Rylan Wagner and Anthony Powell did the scoring for the winners.
Ty Henry played a strong defensive game in the win.
Brady Lindstrom averted the shutout for the Lake Shore Paving. Brody Leach was the defensive standout and Reese McGaffie the offensive standout.