Youth Soccer

SOUTHWESTERN

U-6

Louis and Louis were the winners over Electric Motors, 5-1.

Max Rowen picked up a hat trick in the win while Brayden Gibbs notched two goals and Ture Fagerstrom was the defensive standout. Leo Cavic picked up the goal in the loss and Keira Loberg was the defensive standout.

Morgan Alexander scored twice while Soloman Wolf and Adrianne Torres each had a goal as Jamestown Ironworks defeated Kia’s, 4-0.

Hunter Wallace and Miles Torres shined in goal for the winners.

JAYS

U-6

The Tim Hortons Royal Blue Timbits posted a 2-0 victory over the Apple Green Timbits. Scoring for the winners was Arehlyn Pattison with a pair. Ashlyn Galeazzo, Braylynn Burger, Gabby Knight and Maggie Carlson were in net for the winners.

Ava Dale, Ellie Giltinan, Chryssa Wahl and Anna Engquist were in goal for the Green Timbits.

The Orange Timbits had a close 1-0 win over the Purple Timbits. Onnalee Nellis had the only goal of the game while Lily Harvey, Nellis, Ryah Leeper and Adrinna Genco were in net.

Splitting the loss in goal were Madison Martin, Katelyn Rhodes, Gracie Munday and Caylee Carlson.

JAYS

U-10

Quick Solutions posted a 9-1 victory over AJ’s Texas Hots thanks to seven goals by Kiersten Horton.

Madison Smith and Mia Delong picked up goals in the win while Scotlynn Fegley, Desiree Mercado, Horton and Delong split time in net for the winners.

Aliyah Johnson was the goal scorer for AJ’s while Alexandria Clemente, Meghan Mistretta, Emma Westley and Chloe Wilson were in net.

TJ’s Plumbing & Heating topped Reed’s Jewelers, 3-1.

Mackenzie Miller, Annika Spitzer and Haileigh Rhodes were the goal scorers in the win while Telana Slaughter, Marissa Fiorella, Miller and Rhodes were in net.

Jaylyn Fred picked up the goal for Reed’s and Lucinda Patterson, Hannah Patterson, Leanne Stafford and Fred were in net.

INTERLEAGUE

U-14 GIRLS

Karen Johnson tallied three goals as BAYSO Honeycomb Salon defeated Southwestern 3, 5-3.

The other Honeycomb goals were by Morgan Plymel and Grace Penhollow.

INTERLEAGUE

U-13 BOYS

Quincy Turner scored four goals as the Southwestern’s ELITE rolled over FAYS, 11-0.

Hunter Yanik scored two goals while Justin Morris, Jacob Rishel, Dominic Certo, Jonathan Pearson and Ethan Johnson each had one goal.

Certo and Morris each picked up goals when Southwestern’s ELITE blanked BAYSO Southern Tier Brewery, 2-0.

Cameron Lunz and Cameron Calimeri stood out defensively for the winners.

INTERLEAGUE

U-12 GIRLS

Alex Peterson scored the only goal when FAST Tasta Pizza nipped BAYSO, 1-0.

U-10 GIRLS

Tess Spangenburg scored three times, Ava Fenton and Sam Snow twice as Ames Insurance topped The Post-Journal, 7-0.

Emma Griffeth, Abbie Arnone, Kayla Lynn and Snow were the goalies for Ames.

Dole Studio played Powers, Present & Sixbey Funeral Home to a 3-3 tie. In net for Dole Studio were Katelyn Ruhlman, Erin Nolan, Madeleine Wadsworth and Emilee Blair.

Trinity Reel, Alexandra Daniels, Gloria Marsh and Abby Harrell were in net for Powers, Present & Sixbey.

INTERLEAGUE

U-8

Jada Cole, Reece Beaver and Heidi Swan-Leuze had goals as Southwestern’s Spectrum Eye Care edged FAYS Lobb’s Auto, 3-2.

Winnie Wolf delivered both goals for Lobb’s.

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Atreyu Laska found the range for three goals as FAYS Stromer Mechanical downed FAST Barton Tool, 6-1.

Lucas Eckman had two goals and Michael Spacht delivered a goal for the winners.

In goal were Cameron Gibson, Hunter Steel, Landon Stormer and Spacht for the victors.

The lone Barton Tool goal was by Nick Houston.

FAYS Signature Paving defeated BAYSO Camp Chautauqua, 6-1. Gavin Smith and Ethan Patti each picked up two goals in the win while Brendan Devereaux and Lucas Torres-Carvella added one apiece.

Baylor Hirliman had the goal in the loss while Ryder Carlson, Marcus Norman, Brennan Mickey and Zach King were in net.

Earning the win in net were Patti, Devereaux, Smith and Grayson Lewis.

FAST

U-6 COED

It was Chase Bianco night as he scored all three goals in leading Lena’s Pizza past Falconer Funeral Home, 3-2.

Carl Hebner and Logan Johnson delivered goals for Falconer Funeral Home.

Truck-Lite defeated the Garvey Shutterbugs, 4-0. Addison Walker-Osgood led the way for the winners with three goals while Brendan O’Connor managed one.

Noah Dickerson, Nathyn Gilbert, Nellie Marsh, Tyler Beightol, Brendan O’Connor and Angela Pond were the winning goaltenders.

In goal for the Shutterbugs were Emilee Chapman, Chase Beckman and Kenley Lincoln.

FAYS

U-13

Frewsburg Lobb’s Mobile picked up a 4-2 over Falconer Dependable Towing. Devin Wolfe, Zach Heberlin, Josh Spontaneo and Skylar Luce were the goal scorers for the winners while Caleb Carr, Aiden Cardone and Ethan Mays were in net.

Conner Hudson picked up both goals in defeat while Evan Reynolds, Carter Johnson and Nicholas Bloom were in net.

CASSADAGA

U-6

Barney’s Hoof Trimming had the victory over Mary K, 4-2. Connor Main scored three goals and Skylar Herington one for the winners. Scoring for Mary K were Jackson Crowell and Gavin Penhollow.

Pavlock Construction had the victory over Cassadaga Lakes Association, 3-0. Jakob Wilson scored two goals and Alex Serrano had one.

CASSADAGA

U-8

Daniele Anderson Photography had the victory over Cassadaga Shur Fine, 15-0. Owen Meyers scored seven goals and Izak Wokcinski had four while Aliyah Hopkins and Kevin Herington scored two each in the shutout.

Lewis Contracting defeated Schaffner, Knight, Minnaugh & Co., 3-2. Nathan Bailey scored two goals and Benjamin Elder managed one. Scoring for SKM were Derrick Runge and Kole Hawkins.

CASSADAGA

U-11

Gerry Free Methodist Church had the victory over J&J Painting, 2-1. Carter Sisson and Harmony Jennings each scored a goal for the winners. Scoring for J&J Painting was Jayden Johns.

Storer’s Container and Parts Plus played to a 3-3 tie game. Dominic Huston scored three goals for Storer’s, and scoring for Parts Plus were Kynan Egan, Brogan Egan and Sarah Meder.

Heritage Village had the victory over Tanners Garage, 8-2. Drake Pierce scored four goals, while Noah Abram, Aystyn Barrett, Kylie Horton and Ace Pierce each found the net once. Scoring for Tanners Garage were Haydn Myers and Garrett Williams.

CASSADAGA

U-15

Truck-Lite had the victory over Valley Tire, 6-0. Lauren Snyder scored two goals, and Morgan Perkins, Jonathon Brockelbank, Jared Ozga and Julie Ozga each had one. Goalie Joshua Morris earned the shutout.

Jamestown Auto Center had a close win against Mom & Pops Recycling 2-1. Elisha John scored two goals. Scoring for Mom & Pops Recycling was Nathan Maze.

TROPHY HOUSE

U-15 COED

Southside Redemption played AJ’s to a 4-4 tie. Scoring for Southside were Rylee Porter with a pair and Ian Sanchez and Jordan Crofoot with one each. Jonette Welch, Sanchez and Crofoot split time in net.

Christian Peterson, Kanin Tanner, Camryn Wilson and Kaidynce Walker each had one goal for AJ’s while Wilson, Delaney Carnahan and Jordan Russo were in net.

Shults Auto Group posted a 4-2 win over Peppy Dental thanks to three goals by Mitchel Harmon and one from Gage Whipple. Scoring in the loss were Zairyon Fiddmont and Jacob Overbeck while Kayla Whitmore, Alex Sharpe, Logan McNeal and Matt Myers were in net.

The winning goaltenders were Luz Guadarrama, Whipple, Xavier Guadarrama and Haley Greenawalt.

Morton Club topped Kendall Club 4-1 thanks to two goals by Mackenzie Abbey and one apiece from Michael Oelbracht and Andrew Pumford. Tyler Anderson picked up the lone goal for Kendall Club, and Samuel Dolan, Kyah Capizzi, Kendra Ormsby and Matthew D’Amore were in net.

Picking up the win in net were Pumford, Josh Loomis, Kiara Slaughter and Amanda Miraglia.

JAYS

U-8 Girls

Wofford Apartments played Bodell Overcash & Anderson to a 1-1 tie. Jayden Griffin picked up the goal for Wofford and Aurora Ordines scored for Bodell Overcash & Anderson. In goal for Wofford were Nichole Iacuzzo, Alivia Wofford, Jayden Griffin and Michaelea Leverenze while Bodell Overcash & Anderson had Elizabeth Patterson, Alezis Hultberg, Haileigh Peterson and Mallory Dahlgren in net.

AFSCME and Lena’s played to a 0-0 tie. In goal for Lena’s were Darianna Barr, Kayla Eddy, Reiley Kolstee and Grayson Bloomquist. Gracelyn Stevenson, Mckenna Cuifolo, Abbie Derby and Sierra Allison were in net for AFSCME.

Pizza Express topped Patient’s Pharmacy 3-2. Karryne Mims had all three goals in the win while Ella Propheter and Olivia Michael each scored for Patient’s Pharmacy.

Jaidan Lutgen, Keira Santiago-Lunetta, Lacie Evans and Kenadi Long were in net for Pizza Express while Isabella Wright, Mattea Spitzer, Michael and Ella Storms were in net for Patient’s Pharmacy.