Youth Soccer


Conner Main and Aaron Stein scored goals as Barney’s Hoof Trimming decisioned third-place Pavlock Construction, 2-1, to cap an undefeated season.

Jakok Wilson tallied from Carter Anderson for the Pavlock goal.

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Breonna Hopkins had two goals and Jackson Crowell a goal when second-place Mary Kay defeated fourth-place Cassadaga Lakes Association, 3-0.


Kole Hawkins delivered a pair of goals and Emiley Anderson a goal as first-place Schaffner, Knight, Minnaugh and Company downed second-place Danielle Anderson Photography, 3-0.

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Benjamin Elder had four goals and Nathan Bailey added a goal as third-place Lewis Contracting stopped fourth-place Cassadaga Shur Fine, 5-3.

In defeat, Matthew Runge had two goals and Hayden DeGolier a goal.


There was a 2-2 stalemate between first-place Gerry Free Methodist Church and second-place Heritage Village.

Wyatt Harrington and Carter Sisson tallied goals with Harrington assisting for Gerry Free Methodist.

Noah Adam assisted by Kaitlynn Diers and Drake Pierce assisted by Klara Richerson scored for Heritage Village.

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Third-place J&L Painting prevailed over fifth-place Parts Plus, 4-1, with Jayden Johns having two goals while Adam Dossey and Ella Ekstrom had one each.

Sarah Meder scored for Parts Plus.

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Austin Main and Jerrett Runge had goals to lead fourth-place Storer’s Cyclones to a 2-2 tie with sixth-place Tanner’s Garage.

Hayden Myers had both goals for Tanner’s Garage.


Behind Elisha Johns’ hat trick, first-place Jamestown Auto Center beat Truck-Lite, 3-1.

Lauren Snyder scored for Truck-Lite, which finished in third place.

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Second-place Mom & Pops Recyling tied fourth-place Valley Tire, 2-2.

Dalton McIntyre and Cade Eagan scored for Mom & Pops while Robbie Penhollow had two goals for Valley Tire.


Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union of CARS edged The Post-Journal of FAYS, 3-2.

Mandy Brink, Ellie Lawson and Elizabeth Kane scored for the winners and Kendal Sohl had two goals for the Post-Journal.

Felton and Lia Constantino were the defensive standouts for Southern Chautauqua. Lucy Spontaneo, Teresa Mole, Alex Hultberg and Ava Hultberg were defensive standouts for The P-J.


Gracie Ruhlman scored both goals as FAYS Rand Machine came up with a 2-0 win over BAYSO Modern Expressions.

Aleah Bjork, MacKenzie Martin, Brooke Golab and Madaszyn Lander were the goalies that picked up the shutout.

Alexis Hall, Jordan Seinen, Clare Price and Stephanie Derkovitz were the goalies in defeat.


Griffin Lewis recorded the hat trick, Gavin Smith contributed two goals and Brendan Devereaux scored a goal as FAYS Signature Paving prevailed over BAYSO HCH Interiors, 6-1.

Matt Trim scored for HCH Interiors against the winning goaltending of Grayson Lewis, Matt Wisler, Campbell Swanson and Smith.

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Griffen Lewis connected three times for the hat trick as FAYS’ Signature Paving defeated BAYSO’s HCH Interiors, 6-1.

In addition to Lewis, Gavin Smith added two goals and Brendan Devereaux had one goal. The winning goalkeepers included Grayson Lewis, Matt Wisler, Campbell Swanson, and Smith.

Scoring the lone goal for HCH was Matt Trim while Logan Crist, Avery Garrett, Drew Oste and Esquire Perez spent time in the net.


Ava Jimerson tallied twice and Molly Spontaeo and Kealy Caflisch once as FAYS Armor Construction shut out the BAYSO Kwik Fill, 4-0.

Elayna Pitts, Cierra Lynn, Taytum Jimerson and Addie Hultberg were the shutout goalies.


Ted’s Auto easily defeated Sweet Repeats, 8-2, as Maddox Sheesley and Madison Burgess had hat tricks and Cayluynn Sigular and Cameron Burgess added a goal apiece.

Logan Carvella tallied twice in the losing cause.

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Colton Tibbetts dented the scoreboard for two goals and Gavin Kent for another as Dr. Robert Daniels blanked Frewsburger Pizza, 3-0.

Aubrey Ecklund, Ava Reale, Cole Vaughn, Olivia Grey and Kent played flawlessly in goal for the winners.


The Post-Journal defeated Designer Pools of Bemus, 3-1.

In goal for The P-J was Emma Schrecengost, Elaina Rosengren and Ava and Alex Hultberg. Scoring for The P-J was Kendal Sohl with a pair and one assist from Alex Hultberg and Raena Bird adding the third.

In goal for Designer Pools was Sonna Alm, Renae Spangler and Miranda McKane. Scoring for Designer Pools was Abigail Sweeney.