Youth Soccer Roundup
Madison Hill and Morgan Maloney recorded goals as the Pizza Express shaded Lena’s Pizza, 2-1.
Ashlyn Samuelson tallied the only goal for Lena’s.
The goalies for Pizza Express were Emma Pratt, Keira Santiago-Lunetta, Morgan Maloney, Karryne Mims, Kenadi Long and Jasmine Goulding-Lopez.
in net for Lena’s were Reiley Kolstee, Kayla Eddy, Quinn Johnson and Brionna Dumaine.
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Jayden Griffin’s two goals were enough to give the Wofford Apartments a 2-0 victory over Patient’s Pharmacy.
Nichole Iacuzzo, Allison Latona, Shelby Doud and Griffin were the goalies in the win while Alexis Sevenish, Mallory Atwater, Mattea Spitzer and Jazmyn Norrod were in goal in the loss.
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Aurora Ordines picked up two goals and Ariana Martinez a goal as Bodell, Overcash & Anderson shut out AFSCME, 3-0.
Alexis Hultberg, Kalie Smith, Elizabeth Patterson and Malloy Dahlgren were the goalies who shared in the win.
Siera Allison, Gracelyn Stevenson, Serenity Romanov and Makenzie Westley were the AFSCME net minders.
Led by Adrian Torres with three goals, Jamestown Ironworks stopped Wendy’s, 6-2.
Soloman Wolf, Clayton Evans and Maliyah Waite added goals toward the winning cause. Riley Monda was the defensive standout in the win.
Joey Sirianni and Alex Watkins scored for Wendy’s, which had Kayler Pachas as the defensive standout.
Five different players scored goals as the Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union prevailed over Kersey and Associates, 5-0.
Emily Kimball, Anna Rauh, Mia Turnbull, Mandy Brink and Molly Shafer all scored for the SCFCU while goalie Lily Cobb kept her net flawless.
Mya Salvaggio, Gracie Quinones and Madison Clement were defensive standouts for Kersey and Associates.
Madison Albridge found the range twice, and Kendal Sohl and Jacey Cappa once as the FAYS Post-Journal prevailed over BAYSO’s Dole Studios, 4-1.
Madeleine Wadsworth scored for Dole against the winning goaltending combination of Alex Hultberg, Peyton Yost, Alaina Rosengren and Lucy Spontaneo.
The goalies for Dole Studios were Brianna Loomis, Sarah Nocero, Allison Haglund and Katelyn Ruhlman.