Youth Soccer Roundup
Elle Pearson, Chloe Charles and Brayden Gibbs scored the goals as Lewis & Lewis prevailed over Cattaraugus Community Bank, 4-1.
Nolan Lefler tallied for Community Bank, which had Issac Ludwig as offensive standout and Kadee Rapp as defensive standout.
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Carly Charles and Gibbs each tallied twice to lead Lewis & Lewis past Wendy’s, 7-1.
Other goals were by Cooper Charles, Max Rowan and Pearson for the winners.
Landon Hooks of Wendy’s spoiled the shutout for the winners.
JAYS TROPHY HOUSE
Led by Amanda Miraglia with two goals, Morton Club shaded Peppy Dental, 3-2.
Andrew Pumford had the other goal for Morton Club.
Jacob Overbeck and Zairyion Fiddmont tallied in the loss.
Mariah Spook, Mackenzie Abbey, Miraglia and Pumford were the goalies in the victory.
Cyan Olmstead, Logan McNeal, Kayla Whitmore and Jack Overbeck were the goalies for Peppy Dental.
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Kendall Club got past the Southside Redemption, 3-1, with Tyler Anderson having two goals and Corry Decker one.
Miranda Twichel, Kyah Capizzi and Christina McMillian were the Kendall Club goalies who allowed a goal by Jordan Crofoot.
MaryJane Diers, Morgan Tracy, Akira Slaughter and Crofoot were the goalies in vain.
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Shults Auto Group and AJ’s Texas Hots were involved in a 3-3 stalemate.
Jayden Schultz, Taylor Smith and Mitchel Harmon scored for Shults and Gavin Bowen, Kanin Tanner and Connor Flores tallied for AJ’s.
Dylan Bellardo, Taylor Lee, Tehya Wright and Gage Whipple were the goalies for Shults. Delaney Carnahan, Kaidynce Walker, Gavin Brown and Starr Haskins were in net for AJ’s.
JAYS KIWANIS CLUB
Brittney Lobb had two goals as True Value doubled the score on Allstate Insurance, 6-3.
True Value had other tallies from Justice Edens, Nadine Glover, Lauren Grissom and Madison Karash.
Danika Tibbetts, Gia Slaughter and Promyss Williams delivered goals for Allstate against the winning goaltending combination of Madison Karash, Abbi Johnson, Breanna Hill and Glover.
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Emma Pumford, Claire Pumford and Lauren Tracey all had two goals when Jamestown Pediatrics romped over Peppy Dental, 8-0.
Allie Brown and Alyssa Shimmel rounded out the scoring for the winners, who had flawless goaltending by Jaycee Flagg, Brown, Tracey and Shimmel.
Abbie Derby and Mckenna Cuifolo scored two goals as AFSCME topped Patients Pharmacy, 5-2.
Emma Krzanak had the other goal for AFSCME.
Ella Propheter and Mallory Atwater found the range for Patients Pharmacy.
The goalies in the win were MacKenzie Westley, Olivia Frazier, Gracelyn Stevenson and Derby.
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Allison Latona and Jayden Griffen tallied goals as Wofford Apartments edged Pizza Express, 2-1.
Jaidan Lutgen scored for Pizza Express against the winning goaltending quartet of Nichole Iacuzzo, Mechaelea Leverenz, Sydney Maggio and Alivia Wofford.
For Pizza Hut, Keira Santiagio-Lunetta, Lacie Evans, Kamryn Higgs and Lutgen were the netminders in the loss.
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Aurora Ordines delivered three goals and Haileigh Peterson one as Bodell Overcash & Anderson nipped Lena’s Pizza, 4-3.
Morgan Troutman scored twice and Lexie Rizzo once in defeat.
Bodell Overcash & Anderson was led in goal by Kalie Smith, Elizabeth Peterson, Cloey Linn and Aquila Becker.
For Lena’s Pizza, the goalies were Dariamma Barr, Jill Sharp, Kayla Eddy and Grayson Bloomquist.
JAYS EAGLES LODGE
Reiden Ferraro recorded two goals and Evan Anderson one when the Rainbow Cab blanked the IBEW Local 106, 3-0.
Dylan Ellis, Logan Fish, Yavier Santana and Sam Colletti played flawlessly in goal for Rainbow Cab.
In defeat, the goaltenders were Drake Anthony, Steven Dewey, Colton Cappalino and Jacob Anderson.
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Goodell-Rankin posted a 8-0 verdict over Moonlight Electric as Tage Roehm went on a scoring spree with seven goals.
Kameron Melendez had the other goal for the winners.
Julian McGaughy, Ian McIntosh, Roehm and Melendez handled the goalkeeping in the win.
JAYS SERTOMA CLUB
Hannah Patterson, Alyssa Patterson and Peyton Sanford found the range as Reed’s Jewelers nipped AJ’s Texas Hots, 3-2.
The goalies for Reed’s were Lilly Moss, Ryley Loomis, LeeAnne Stafford and Alyssa Patterson.
Jolie Finch scored both goals for AJ’s, which had Cayden Bates, McKyezee Anzalone, Delilah Miranda and Alexandria Clemente sharing the goaltending duties.
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Quick Solutions beat The Post-Journal, 2-0, with Mia DeLong and Ericka Amidon scoring the goals.
In goal for QS were Breannah Trace, Kierson Horton, DeLong and Amidon.
Megan Kubera, Nayla Torres and Mia Haggerty were the goalies in the loss.
Dr. Daniels and the Sweet Repeats ended up in a 3-3 tie.
Colton Tibbetts had three goals for Dr. Daniels and that was matched by Logan Torres-Carvella for the Sweet Repeats.
Goalies for Dr. Daniels were Aubrey Ecklund, Skyler Ekstrom, Olivia Grey, Gavin Kent, Ava Reale and Cole Vaughn.
Bryce Deering had two scores, and Dagon Bryant and Ben Livingston one when Southwestern’s Jamestown Internet Marketing defeated FAYS Lobb’s Mobil, 4-0.
Tate Bryant and Livingston handled the goalkeeping for the winners.
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Cameron Calimeri delivered the hat trick as the Southwestern ELITE polished off FAST, 7-0.
Justin Morris, Jack Brinkley, Kyle Prewitt and Elliott Johnson supported the shutout goal tending of Patrick Kelly.
Ames Insurance of FAST prevailed over the Women of the Moose of Southwestern, 5-2, with Emma Griffith scoring twice.
Kayla Lynn, Tess Spangenburg and Ava Fenton also found the range for Ames Insurance.
For the Moose, Alexa Marotto and A. Hartman scored the goals.
Goalies for the victors were Michaela Olson, Fenton, Griffith and Lynn.
FAYS Signature Paving and Southwestern’s Jamestown Macadam battled to a 2-2 deadlock.
Ethan Luce and Andy Lindell scored for Jamestown Macadam and Brayden Lobb and Gibson Kinney for Signature Paving. Kinney’s tying goal came with about a minute left.
Barney’s Hoof Trimming topped Pavlock Construction, 4-1. Aaron Steen scored two goals while Connor Main and Katarina Pattison each scored one goal. Scoring for Pavlock Construction was Jakob Wilson.
Mary K had a close victory over Cassadaga Lakes Association, 3-0. Breonna Hopkins scored two goals and Jackson Crowell scored one goal in the shutout.
Schaffner, Knight, Minnaugh & Co. edged Daniele Anderson Photography 4-3. Kole Hawkins scored three goals and Cameron Katilus one. Scoring for Daniele Anderson Photography with two goals was Owen Meyers while one goal came from Izak Wojcinski.
Lewis Contracting defeated Cassadaga Shur Fine, 6-3. Benjamin Elder scored four goals and Trent Lewis picked up the hat trick. Scoring for Cassadaga Shur Fine was Matthew Runge with two goals and Hayden DeGolier added one.
Gerry Free Methodist Church posted a 2-1 victory over Storer’s Cyclones. Carter Sisson scored two goals. Scoring for Storer’s was Jerrett Runge.
Heritage Village defeated J&J Painting, 3-2. Scoring three goals for Heritage Village was Drake Pierce. Scoring two goals was Jayden Johns for J&J Painting.
Parts Plus topped Tanners Garage, 6-0. Kynan Egan scored five goals and Sarah Meder scored one goal.
Jamestown Auto Center beat Truck-Lite, 6-0. Tara Cratsley scored three goals, Elisha Johns two and Jenae Johnson one in the shutout.
Mom & Pops Recycling won against Valley Tire, 6-0. Scoring two goals each were Kyle Morey and Noah Richner while Jessie Morrison and Ashely Sischo each added one.
INTERLEAGUE U-8 Boys
FAST Jamestown Macadam Inc. beat BAYSO Haff Farm, 4-0. Damen Vincent scored a pair in the win and Hunter Edwards and Conner Johnson added one each.
Brandon Keefe, Gavin Warner, Patrick Holmberg and Hunter Edwards were in net for the winners while Jacob Reinhardt, Alex Southworth Jameson Walsh and Max Lingenfelter were the goalies for BAYSO.
Jamestown Macadam topped BAYSO HCH Interiors, 2-0. Keefe scored both goals in the win, while Adon Brown , Keefe, Warner and Holmberg were in net. Goalies for BAYSO were Drew Oste, Ryan Lockwood, Logan Crist and Esquire Perez.