Youth Soccer Roundup



Quincy Turner, Justin Morris and Cameron Calimeri each tallied two goals as the Southwestern’s ELITE blanked FAYS, 8-0.

Ethan Johnson and Patrick Kelly scored the other goals for the Elite, which got standout defensive play from brothers Sy and Frank Farrell.

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Jonah Peterson found the range twice, while Dagon Bryant, Bryce Deering and Drake Bell once when Southwestern’s Jamestown Internet Marketing downed FAST’s Dependable Towing, 5-2.

Tate Bryant, Dagon Bryant, Ryan Shafer and Tim Galati manned the goal for the winners.

Matt Dallas and Connor Hudson had the goals for Dependable Towing.



Ames Insurance of FAST defeated Powers, Sixbey & Present Funeral Home of BAYSO, 4-1.

Tess Spangenburg delivered two goals, while Sam Snow and Ava Fenton each added a goal for Ames.

Maddy Pitts, Fenton, Snow and Spangenburg were in goal for the winners and allowed only a goal to Courtney Martin.



Atreyu Laska scored four goals, while Lucas Eckman and Landon Stormer had a goal apiece as FAYS’s Stormer Mechanical prevailed over BAYSO’s Camp Chautauqua, 6-1.

Gavin Smith tallied the lone goal for Camp Chautauqua.

Cameron Gibson, Chris Cusimano, Hunter Steel and Khrism Winters were in goal in the win.


Jared Pearson scored all three goals when Jamestown Macadam tied Bemus Point Dental, 3-3.

For Bemus, Spencer Bell had two goals and Brett Svenson had one.


Tate James was red hot in the scoring department with four goals and Cassie Lyon was right behind with three as Kia routed Wendy’s, 8-1.

Jessica Lyon added the other goal for Kia.

Brea Beaver scored the lone goal for Wendy’s.

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Brayden Gibbs tallied four times and Avery Johnson scored twice as Lewis & Lewis claimed a 6-4 decision over Jamestown Ironworks.

Cooper Charles was the defensive standout for the winners.

Adrian Torres recorded two goals, while Clayton Evans and Soloman Wolfe had one apiece in the loss. Hunter Wallace was the defensive standout in the setback.

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Lewis & Lewis took care of Five Star Urgent Care, 8-4, as Brayden Gibbs scored five goals, and Elle Pearson, Carly Charles and Maxwell Rowan each had a goal.

Anthony Pratt scored all four goals for Five Star.

Katie Bishop was outstanding defensively for Lewis & Lewis while Madilyn Lent shared the same honor for Five Star.

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Adrian Torres had the hat trick, while Maliyah Waite and Riley Monda also contributed goals as Jamestown Ironworks beat the WE Electric Motors, 5-2.

Carlson Fairbanks and Ethyn Moore scored goals in vain.

Mike Clayton was the defensive standout for Electric Motors.



Tenley Zielinski and Annika Spitzer scored twice to lead TJ’s Plumbing & Heating past The Post-Journal, 5-0.

Mia Brown scored the other goal while Payton Horton, Marissa Fiorella, Zielinski and Haileigh Rhodes manned the nets for the winners.

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Jaylyn Fred, Hannah Bigelow and Rylie Loomis scored the goals to lead Reed’s Jewelers over Quick Solutions, 3-0.

Alyssa Patterson, Hannah Patterson, Lily Moss and Fred were the goaltenders for Reed’s while Destiny Mercado, Kierston Horton and Ericka Amidon played goal in defeat.