Youth Soccer Roundup

JAYS TROPHY HOUSE

U-15 COED

Kanin Tanner had three goals, while Christian Peterson and Gavin Bowen had a goal each as AJ’s Texas Hots edged Kendall Club, 5-4.

Tyler Anderson found the range twice, while Da’mier Williams and Christina McMillan each scored once for Kendall Club.

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Peppy Dental recorded a 4-0 decision over Southside Redemption with four different scorers.

Jordan Crofoot, Jacob Millward, Keira Slaughter and Simon Ferringer recorded goals while Akyra Slaughter, Ian Sanchez, Bradley Kightlinger and Crofoot were in goal for the winners.

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Andrew Pumford delivered the hat trick, while Mariah Spoon and Amanda Miraglia each added one when Morton Club defeated Shults Auto Group, 5-2.

Jayden Schultz and Hunter Greenawalt tallied for Shults against the winning goalie combination of Harry Monfort, Zakya Slaughter, Miraglia and Pumford.

JAYS LAKEWOOD-CELORON

MOOSE U-8 GIRLS

Morgan Maloney and Karryne Mims split four goals and Alyson Canfield added a goal when AFSCME blanked Pizza Express, 5-0.

Kiara Ingrao, Abbie Derby, Gracelyn Stevenson and Emma Krzanak recorded the shutout in goal.

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Bodell, Overcash & Anderson got past Patient’s Pharmacy, 3-2, with Julia Smith, Aguila Becker and Aurora Ordines tallying the goals.

Mattea Spitzer and Elia Propheter scored in the loss.

Katie Smith, Elizabeth Patterson and Mallory Dahlgren were in net for the win.

In defeat, the netminders were Alexis Sevenish, Kenzie Carpenter, Abby Monaghan and Propheter.

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There was a scoreless duel between Wofford Apartments and Lena’s Pizza.

Sydney Maggio, Aniyah McBride, Lydia Simpson and Lily Babyak were the goalies for Wofford while Brionna Dumaine, Quinn Johnson, Kayla Eddy and Ally Grey were the goalies for Lena’s.

JAYS TIM HORTONS

U-6 GIRLS TIMBITS

Camryn Storms and Jolee Schultz delivered the goals as the Yellow Timbits stopped the Orange Timbits, 2-0.

Caydence Shelly, Aleah Loveless, Marcia McIntyre and Schultz were the goalies with the shutout for the Yellow Timbits.

Jenna Silliman, Abrey Harvey, Onnalee Nellis and Ryan Leeper were the Orange Timbits goalies.

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Addison Cappalino struck for three goals and Emily Hicks contributed a goal when the Red Timbits topped the Royal Blue Timbits, 4-0.

Peyton Senear, Kylee Franklin, Alexis Holland and Chloe Sutton were the Red Timbits goalies.

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Abbee Brandow’s lone goal was the difference as the Purple Timbits edged the Apple Green Timbits, 1-0.

Aubree Williamson, Katelyn Rhodes, Caylee Carlson and Madison Martin were the Purple Timbits goalies.

For the Apple Green Timbits, A.J. Spitzer, Ellie Giltinan, Elizabeth Brightman and Lillean Meacham were in goal.

U-6 COED

In a wild-scoring battle, Ted’s Auto outlasted the Frewsburger, 7-6, with Madison Burgess having the hat trick, and Maddox Sheesley and Cameron Burgess scoring two goals each.

Andreus Fontaine was a scoring machine by blasting six goals in defeat.

BAYSO Elements Salon & Spa downed Miller Hall Financial 6-0 with a pair of goals by Madilyn Seastrum and tallies by Meghan Lockwood, Owen Erlandson, Kyle Yohe and Mattias Kraft.

INTERLEAGUE

U-10 BOYS

Brothers Fletcher and Trey DeMink scored two goals each as BAYSO Southern Tier Brewery topped FAST’s R.S. Motors, 7-1.

Steven Whitman, Carter Rishel and Elijah Nuccio had the other goals for the winners.

Carson Olson scored the lone goal for the R.S. Motors against the goalie trio of brothers Keegan and Carter Rishel, and Nuccio.

INTERLEAGUE

U-10 GIRLS

Sarah Tibbitts and Hailie VanEvery scored goals as BAYSO’s Dole Studios edged FAYS’s Kersey & Associates, 2-1.

Madison Clement had the goal in vain.

Emilee and Gracelynn Blair, Eliza Dawes and Tibbitts were the goalies for Dole Studios. Hannah Forbes, Sam Reale, Ava Palmquist and MacKenzie Mueller were the goalies in the loss.

INTERLEAGUE

U-8 BOYS

Ethan Patti scored all the goals as FAYS’s Signature Paving downed BAYSO’s Haff Acres Farm, 4-1.

The goalies for the winners were Griffen Lewis, Lucas Torres-Carvella, Grayson Lewis and Patti.

Jameson Walsh spoiled the shutout for Signature Paving.

INTERLEAGUE

U-8 GIRLS

Led by Ava Jimerson with three goals, FAYS’s Armor Construction completed a perfect season at 12-0 by downing BAYSO’s Kwik Fill, 7-1.

Taytum Jimerson, Molly Spontaneo, Gracie Conlan and Corinne McLaughlin scored the rest of the goals for the winners.

Taylor Donato had the lone goal for Kwik Fill against the goal keeping of Elayna Pitts, Ashley Schrecengost, Kealy Caflisch and Conlan.

CASSADAGA VALLEY

YOUTH LEAGUE

PLAYOFFS

U-15

Austin Johns, Janae Johnson, Elisha Johns and Tara Cratsley scored goals as Jamestown Auto Center blanked Valley Tire, 4-0, to move into today’s championship game.

Cameron Anderson and Johns had the assists for Jamestown Auto Center.

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Truck-Lite made it to the title game by delivering a 5-3 verdict to Mom’s & Pops Recycling.

Jared Oaga had the hat trick and Johnathon Brockelbank added the other two goals while Brockelbank had an assist in the win.

Robbie Penhollow scored all three goals in vain.

U-11

Jayden Johns scored the only goal as J&J Painting edged Tanner’s Garage, 1-0, to move to today’s semifinals.

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Parts Plus scored in the shootout with Storer’s Cyclones to win, 3-2, after the teams were tied in regulation at 2-2.

Braden LeBaron and Sarah Meder had goals for Parts Plus. Jarrett Runge scored twice on assists from Dominic Huston.

Goodell & Rankin played Moonlight Electric to a 1-1 tie with Kameron Melendez getting the goal for Goodell and Andrell Leeper for Moonlight.

In net for Goodell was Ian Mcintosh while Moonlight split time between Brandon Lobb, Andres Cruz, Leeper and Kameron Milton.

Rainbow Cab topped IBEW Local 106, 5-1, thanks to a pair of goals by Yavier Santana and additional goals from Coleson Barber, Ben Anderson and Evan Anderson. Drake Anthony picked up the tally in the loss.

U-8

Kole Hawkins had two goals while Derrick Runge and Cameron Katilus had one each as Schaffner Knight & Minnaugh PC got past Shur Fine, 4-1.

Hayden DeGolier delivered the only goal in the loss.

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Lewis Contracting scored twice in the shootout to defeat Daniele Anderson Photography, 3-2, and advance to today’s final against Schaffner Knight & Minnaugh PC.

Trent Lewis scored for Lewis and Owen Meyers for Daniele Anderson Photography in regulation play.

JAYS ELKS CLUB U-8 BOYS

El Greco topped JAMA, 2-0.

Logan McIntosh and Yavier Martinez were the scorers for El Greco. Keston Leeper, Dylan Gullo, Stevaros Singleton and James Patterson were in net for the winners.

Jack Carlson, Dakota Raynor and Matthew Bigelow were in net for JAMA.

Trussullo & Company topped LSS, 3-2. Ethan Pumford, Adam Powell and Tyler Maloney scored for the winners while Powell, Noah Burch, Marco Lobello and Noah Miles were in net.

Xander Brunner and Carson Panebianco picked up the goals for LSS while Brunner, Auric Patterson, Conner Buck and Donavynn Stevenson were in net.

Dominos Pizza topped Cattaraugus County Bank, 7-0. Brady Weatherby had a hat trick while Luca Delpozzo, Keith Miller, Carsen Bane and Maxwell Knight picked up goals. Knight got the win in goal along with Bane, Bryce Tomlinson and Miller.

Conner Dean, Ayden Haglund, Mathis Baehr and Caycen Critzer were in net for the winners.

JAYS U-12 KIWANIS

Everyday’s True Value topped Allstate Insurance, 5-4, with Kianna Smith and Madison Karash scoring a pair of goals each in the win. Breanna Hill got the extra tally for True Value. Caylee Peterson, Gianna Melton, Promyss Williams and Gia Slaughter were the goal scorers for Allstate.

Peppy Dental topped Jamestown Pediatrics, 8-5 behind a pair of hat tricks from Jillian Horton and Maci Johnson. Avryiana Atwater-Conyer and Vanessa Sanfilippo picked up one goal apiece for the winners while Lauren Tracy picked up three goals, and Emily Ryberg and Jasmine Buffone scored one apiece in the loss.