SWSC U-6 COED
Lewis & Lewis topped Spectrum Eye Care, 5-3, thanks to a hat trick by Carly Charles.
Also scoring were Brayden Gibbs and Cooper Charles and the defensive standout was Katie Bishop.
For the Spectrum team, Burke Lindstrom, Carmine Calimeri and Livvy Cipolla each had one goal while Abigail Cama earned defensive honors.
SWSC U-8 GIRLS
Kaylyn Carnes had four goals to lead McDonald’s over Lake Shore Paving, 7-1.
Other goals went to Bryann Orlando, Kaitlynn Horton and Julia Myers with a tally apiece.
Kylie Morgan spoiled the shutout for goalie Addison Lawton.
SWSC U-6 COED
Lily Dunham found the range for the hat trick as Burnett Flooring decisioned WE Electric, 5-2.
Riley Stump scored the other two goals for Burnett’s.
Leo Kavic and Keira Loberg tallied for WE Electric.
Makenna Johnson was the defensive standout for Burnett’s while Ethyn Moore was named for top defensive players in the loss.
JAYS TROPHY HOUSE U-15 COED
Peppy Dental downed the Kendall Club, 4-3.
For the winners, Matt Myers scored a pair of goals and Seaira Davis and Zairyon Fiddmont contributed one goal each.
Sharing time in the net were Kayla Whitmore, Logan McNeal, Fiddmont and Myers.
For the Kendall Club, Matthew D’Amore connected for two goals and Tyler Anderson had one goal.
The Morton Club and AJ’s battled to a 5-5 tie.
Andrew Pumford knocked in two goals while Harry Monfort, Mariah Spoon and Zakya Slaughter all added one goal apiece and Pumford, Monfort, Caleb Erickson and Jaiden Slagle were the defensive stars.
Gavin Bowen shined with four goals and Kaidynce Walker scored a solo goal for A.J’s
The standouts on defense were Jordan Russo, Kanin Tanner, Delaney Carnahan and Camryn Wilson.
JAYS TIM HORTONS U-6 BOYS TIMBITS
The Tim Hortons Apple Green Timbits edged the Yellow Timbits, 1-0, as J’Vion Barr came through with the only goal of the game.
The winning goalies included Jacob Grey, Trenton Parker, Nikolas Smeraldo and Joseph Jacques.
Protecting the net for the Yellow team were Hunter Wynn, Taige Eckwahl, Chase Maggio and Cameron Latone.
TIM HORTONS U-6 GIRLS TIMBITS
Madison Troutman and Jolee Schultz scored goals when the Yellow Timbits shaded the Apple Green Timbits, 2-1.
Anna Engquist had the goal for Apple Green Timbits against the winning goaltending quartet of Gracelyn Reedy, Marcia McIntyre, Camryn Storms and Schultz.
Handling the net for the Apple Green were Bella Snow, Myah Bochman, Lilleean Meacham and Brielle Berg.
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Lily Harvey scored for the Orange Timbits and Addison Cappalino for the Red Timbits in a 1-1 tie.
Abrey Harvey, Kendall Wilson, Jenna Silliman and Lyric Hamrick were the Orange goalies while for the Red it was Mary Bailey, Alexis Holland, Emily Hicks and Ryleigh Gustafson.
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Abbie Brandow tallied the only goal as the Purple Timbits trimmed the Royal Blue Timbits, 1-0.
Jacia Wofford, Brehanna Gowan, Kaitlyn Smith and Zoey Shimmel were the goalies for the Purple Timbits.
Reagan Volpe, Peyton Joly, Elissa Parish and Archyly Pattison were the net minders for the Royal Blue.
JAYS SERTOMA CLUB U-10 GIRLS
Rylie Loomis and Hannah Patterson delivered goals as Reed’s Jewelers topped The Post-Journal, 2-0.
Olivia Potter, Hannah Bigelow, Lucinda Patterson and Hannah Patterson were the goalies that combined for the win.
In defeat, Passis Holland, Sara Randolph, Mia Heggerty and Meghan Kubera were the goalies.
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Annika Spitzer had a big game with four goals when TJ’s Plumbing & Heating topped AJ’s Texas Hots, 5-0.
Hannah Grey scored the other goal for TJ’s, which had Telena Slaughter, Kenley Zielinski, Haileigh Rhodes and Gray as the goalies.
Alexandria Clemente, Kayden Bates, Delilah Miranda and Mckenzee Anzalone were the goalies for AJ’s.
JAYS TROPHY HOUSE U-15 COED
Seven players connected for goals as Shults Auto Group rolled over Southside Redemption, 8-3.
Mitchel Harmon had two goals, Xavier Guadarrama, Hunter Greenawalt, Luz Guadarrama, Gage Whipple, Madalyn Anderson and Michelle Grimm a goal each for the winners.
Kiara Slaughter, Rylee Porter and Simon Ferringer scored for Southside.
In net for Shults were Haley Greenawalt, Tehya Wright, Taylor Smith and Whipple.
JAYS KIWANIS CLUB U-12 GIRLS
Carlie Hathaway, Nadine Glover and Tanisha Smith scored goals as Everyday’s True Value edged Jamestown Pediatrics, 3-2.
Emily Hall and Emma Pumford tallied in loss against goalies Abbi Johnson, Breanna Hill, Lauren Grissom and Madison Karash.
Alyssa Shimmel, Jaycee Flagg, Allie Brown and Melissa Tubbs were the goalies in defeat.
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Led by Giovanna Calamunci with four goals, Jamestown Savings Bank blanked Allstate Insurance, 7-0.
Alexa Swanson, Giovanna Calamunci and Brianna Stone scored the rest of the goals for JSB.
Goalies that recorded the shutout were Giovanna and Gioconda Calamunci, Sierra Fish and Stone.
JAYS EAGLES CLUB U-11 BOYS
Moonlight Electric edged Slone-Melhuish Insurance, 3-2, with three different players scoring goals.
Taylor Kiendl, Avante Hicks and Sincere Green scored goals for the winners while in the loss it was Nate Hill producing both goals.
In goal for Slone-Melhuish were Aiden Brumbaugh, Alex Wright, Ryan Mead and Kiendl.
For Moonlight, the goalies were Alex Simpson, Jaden Sisley, Kameron Milton and Hill.
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Yacier Santana had two goals, Evan Anderson and Ben Anderson one goal each as Rainbow Cab defeated Goodell & Rankin, 4-0.
Sal Coletti, Jonathan Erickson, Evan Erickson and Logan Fish were the Rainbow net minders.
JAYS L-C MOOSE U-8 GIRLS
Wofford Apartments and AFSCME battled to a 1-1 tie.
Jayden Griffin scored for Wofford and Abbie Derby for AFSCME.
Margo Genco, Lily Babyak, Allison Latona and Griffin were the Wofford net minders.
Emma Krzanak, Olivia Frazier, Kiara Ingrao and Serenity Romanov were the AFSCME goalies.
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Madison Hill delivered the hat trick as Pizza Express got past Bodell Overcash & Anderson, 3-2.
Aurora Ordines had two goals in a loss against goalies Morgan Maloney, Karryne Mims, Jasmine Goulding-Lopez and Emma Pratt.
In defeat, the net minders were Ariana Martinez, Karlee Rock, Mallory Dahlgren and Ordines.
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Lena’s Pizza and Patients Pharmacy deadlocked at 3-3.
Jill Sharp, Morgan Troutman and Quinn Johnson scored goals for Lena’s and Mallory Atwater had two goals and Ella Propheter one for PP.
Ally Grey, Grayson Bloomquist, Sharp and Troutman played goalie for Lena’s while Abby Monaghan, Jazmyn Norrod, Kenzie Carpenter and Atwater were in net for Patients Pharmacy.
BAYSO U-14 GIRLS
BAYSO Honeycomb Salon picked up a 4-1 win over Southwestern 2.
Karen Johnson notched two goals on the day while Morgan Plymel and Isabella Penhollow each found the back of the net once. Elise Swanson got the win in net for BAYSO.
FAYS U-8 BOYS
Stormer Mechanicals downed Haff Acres Farm, 3-1, as Lucas Eckman, Landon Storme and Atreyu Laska each contributed one goal. The goalkeeping crew included Cameron Gibson, Michael Spacht, Hayden Felt and Harrison Eckert.
Jameson Walsh scored the lone goal for Haff Acres Farm.
FAYS U-6 COED
Madison Burgess and Madisyn Seekins delivered goals as Ted’s Auto blanked Clearwater Aquarium, 2-0.
Maddox Sheesley, Colin Swart, Jessica Estabrook and Caylynn Sigular were the goalies for Ted’s.
Mickey Hartley, Keith Brooks, Brea Rubrecht, Alayna Devereaux, Brandon Francis and Lyla Salvaggio manned the net in defeat.
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Madison Burgess delivered two goals, Cameron Burgess and Sheesley one when Ted’s Auto nipped Dr. Daniels, 4-3.
Colten Tibbetts had two goals and Olivia Grey one for Dr. Daniels versus the winning goal tending combination of Madisyn Seekins, Caylynn Sigular and Swart.
For Dr. Daniels, the goalies were Aubrey Ecklund, Skylar Ekstrom, Olivia Grey, Ava Reale. Gavin Kent and Tibbetts.
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Brandon Francis, Keith Brooks and Brea Rubrecht delivered goals as Clearwater Aquarium stopped Frewsburger Pizza Shop, 3-1.
Julian Cardone tallied in a losing cause.
Lyla Salvaggio, Alayna Devereaux, Mickey Hartley, Rubrecht, Francis and Brooks manned the nets for the winners.
In defeat, the netminders were Andreus Fontaine, Isabella Kilmartin, Claire Spielman, Madeline Skeates, Alessondra Jones and Cardone.
FAYS U-10 GIRLS
The Post-Journal defeated Kersey and Associates by a score of 2-0.
Jaycee Cappa scored the goals for The P-J. In goal was Madison Albright, Peyton Yost, Jaycee Cappa and Emma Schregengost.
In goal for Kersey and Associates were Marissa Niles, Sam Reale, Hannah Eckert and Kaylee Constantino.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-6
Barney’s Hoof Trimming picked up a 6-3 victory over Pavlock Construction.
Connor Main scored three goals while Skylar Herington, Katarina Pattison and Aaron Steen each found the back of the net once.
Scoring for Pavlock Construction were Jakob Higgs, Jakob Wilson and Adarah Egan.
Mary Kay topped Cassadaga Lakes Association, 7-0.
Jackson Crowell scored four goals and Gavin Penhollow scored three for the shutout.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-8
Daniele Anderson Photography earned a victory over Schaffner, Knight, Minnaugh & Co., 5-3.
Owen Myers scored four goals and Izak Wojcinski one for the winners.
Scoring for SKM were Cole Hawkins with two goals and Emiley Anderson with one goal.
Lewis Contracting defeated Cassadaga Shur Fine, 3-2.
Benjamin Elder scored two goals and Trent Lewis one.
Scoring for Cassadaga Shur Fine were Easton Berwick and Matthew Runge.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-11
Gerry Free Methodist Church had the victory over Tanners Garage, 5-1.
Wyatt Harrington scored four goals and Isaac Wenger scored one in the win.
Scoring for Tanners Garage was Garrett Williams.
Heritage Village defeated Parts Plus, 11-1.
Drake Pierce scored four goals while Ace Pierce, Aystyn Barrett and Noah Abram each had a pair and Gavin Blake a lone tally.
The only goal for Parts Plus came off the foot of Sarah Meder.
Storer’s Cyclones had a close victory over J&J Painting, 4-2.
Taylor Pascoe scored two goals and Riley Schroeder and Austin Main each scored one goal. Scoring for J&J painting was Jayden Johns and Adam Dossey.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-15
Jamestown Auto Center had the close victory over Truck-Lite, 5-4.
Elisha Johns scored three goals and Tara Cratsley two for the winners.
Scoring for Truck-Lite were Morgan Perkins and Lauren Snyder with two goals apiece.
Mom & Pops Recycling won against Valley Tire, 5-2.
Robbie Penhollow scored three goals while Noah Richner and Kyle Morey each scored once.
Scoring for Valley Tire was Collin Sischo and Dana Wilson.
Falconer Funeral Home topped Truck-Lite, 3-1, with Caleb Edwards, Lucas Muscarella and Carl Hebner scoring goals.
Brendan O’Connor averted the shutout for Truck-Lite.
FAST U-6 COED
Chase Bianco and Austin Pfeiffer had two goals and Bailey Olson one to lead Lena’s Pizza to a 5-1 win over the Garvey’s Shutterbugs.
Chris Beckman found the range in vain.
INTERLEAGUE U-10 GIRLS
Emma Griffith scored three goals and Samantha Snow a goal as FAST Ames Insurance prevailed over BAYSO Dole Studies, 4-2.
Emily Blair and Madeline Wadsworth connected for goals in defeat.
Tess Spangenburg and Snow were among the goalies for the winners.
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Kendal Sohl scored two goals, Ava Hultberg and Rena Bird a goal as FAST Post-Journal toppled Southwestern’s Jamestown Women of the Moose Chapter 87, 4-1.
Alexis Marotto spoiled the shutout for Madison Huggins, Elaina Rosenberg and Hultberg.
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April Hartmann had two goals. Alexis Marotto and Taylor Rowin one as Southwestern’s Jamestown Women of Moose Chapter 87 prevailed over FAYS Ahlstrom-Schaeffer, 4-1.
Rachel Kurhli scored the lone goal in a losing cause.
INTERLEAGUE U-8 GIRLS
Emily Payne delivered four goals as FAST McDonald McFlurries prevailed over BAYSO, 4-3, for their first win of the season.
Madilynn McIntyre, Skyler Bean, Brynn Helms and Michaela Brunce were the McDonald’s goalies.
Hayley Johnson had two goals and Cerace Burton one in the loss.
INTERLEAGUE U-8 BOYS
Gavin Smith’s three goals led FAYS Signature Paving to a 3-1 verdict over Barton Tool.
Ethan Gilbert scored the lone goal against the quartet of goalies Lucas Torres-Carvella, Xander Pitts, Griffen Lewis and Cody Kent.
Roger Markham, Jessie Davis, Ethan Swan and Lucas Sopak were the net minders for Barton Tool.