SWSC U-6 COED
Wizards defeated the Warlocks
The top Wizards' offensive players were Lucas Lisciandro and Adain Kennedy and Ashton Munson led the defense.
Max Cioppa and Cooper Bergman led the Warlocks' offense and the top defensive player was Donovan Schnars.
The Cyclops and the Dragons battled to a 5-5 tie.
Scoring goals for the Cyclops were Jack Swan, Mackenzie Greene and Nolan Froah. Froah was the lone player to tally two goals.
For the Dragons, Mia Turnbull was a force offensively, scoring all five of the team's goals.
Defensively for the Cyclops, Jared Pearson was the player of the game. For the Dragons, Walker Perry was the defensive player of the game.
SWSC U-8 GIRLS
The Pizza Hut Slicers defeated the Peacocks, 3-0.
Sarah Bellardo, Kylee Dibble and MacKenzie Doepp all had a goal for the winners, who had Madison Johnson as the defensive player of the game.
Megan Swauger was in goal and McKayla Harris was the offensive player of the game for the Peacocks.
SWSC U-10 GIRLS
Wendy's Divas topped Crush, 4-2.
Adrianna Bell scored a pair of goals while Jordan Romaniuk and Thea Keppel scored one goal each for the Wendy's Divas. Chelsea Hern had an assist and earned defensive player of the game for the Divas .
Alanna Dibble and Madalyn Bowen Scored goals for the Crush and Karen Johnson earned defensive player of the game.
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The Smoothies knocked off the Kixie Chix, 2-0.
Katja Kranzo and Erin Radack each scored a goal for the Smoothies. The defensive player of the game was Abby Kreinheder.
For the Kixie Chix, Lauren Kumball was the defensive player of the game while Carissa Minairovich was the offensive player of the game.
SWSC U-10 BOYS
Michael Cammarata and Ben Troche scored twice as Jedi blanked FAYS Pepperidge Farms, 7-0.
Declan Dmitriev, Brandon Fardink and Stuart Reinhart tallied the other Jedi goals.
Tommy Rhodes and Quinn Conlan were the MVPs for Pepperidge Farms.
SWSC U-12 BOYS
The SWSC Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union Bandits beat the FAYS Stroehmann's Bread team 10-0.
Pat Mogenhan had three goals while Nick Cooper and Evan Rodgers had two each. Scoring one apiece were Thomas Kelly, Ben Burk and Jake Brecht. The shutout goalies were Christian Hern, Rahim Karimi and Luke Lindeman.
The goal keepers for the FAYS team were Nick and Anthony Mole, Cole Gregory and Drew Tibbetts.
Neither team had trouble scoring goals as JAMA Athletics edged Tasta Pizza, 7-6.
Two goals apiece were scored by Jacob Vaillancourt, Sarah Nocero and Cameron Bower while 1 Brianna Loomis chipped in with one score for JAMA Athletics.
For Tasta Pizza, Elias Alk scored four goals, Alexandra Daniels had one and Andrew Derkowitz added a goal.
Benny Brown was the star goaltender for Tasta Pizza.
BAYSO U-10 GIRLS
Four goals from Clare Crossley helped Barmore Sellstrom defeated FAYS 1, 7-1.
Also scoring for Barmore Sellstrom were Jenna Plaster, Amber Lobb and Lucy Marsh who each scored one goal.
For FAYS, Tanner Burnham scored the lone goal.
Honeycomb Salon defeated Hartley Buick, 3-2.
For Honeycomb, Adrianna Carlson had two goals and Elyse Swanson scored the other goal. The winning goaltenders were Macie Baker, Cassandra Spillane, Swanson and Allyssa Seeley.
Mikalya Corrigan and Madeline Sohl scored the Hartley goals and the goaltenders were Renea Johnson, Jenna O'Brien, Taylor McLaughlin and Danielle Gray.
BAYSO U-8 BOYS
Arrowwood Landscaping slipped by Frewsburg, 4-3.
Tristan Spillane recorded a hat trick with three goals while Kevin Ruhlman added one goal. The defensive player of the game was Andrew Wozniak for Arrowwood.
For Frewsburg, Ty Rosengren scored two goals and Brayden Coleson added one.
BAYSO U-12 BOYS
Six players found the back of the net as Marsh's Tree & Landscaping defeated Townline Auto, 6-0.
Cross Cordosi, Patrick Crossley, Shane Kesby, Mitchell Marsh, Malachi Olson and Ben Peterson each scored a goal to lead the way.
The winning goaltenders for Marsh's Tree & Landscaping were Dominick Fabrizio, Nathan Eckstrom and Peterson.
For Townline Auto, Cooper Miller played a strong defensive game.
JAYS U-6 GIRLS
Peacock Blue and Lime Green played to a scoreless tie.
Goalies for Peacock Blue were Ireland Hagglund, Lizzie DeLong, Mandy Brink and Nicole Arnold.
The Lime Green goaltenders were Kira Ricker, Arianna Taylor, Samantha Bresson and Rylie Loomis.
Hannah Grey and Abby Peterson each scored two goals to lead Tim Horton's Timbits Teal past Tim Horton's Timbits Red, 5-0.
Mackenzie Miller also added one goal.
Earning the shutout in net were Teal goalies Miller, Ava Hagelin, Olivia Kubera and Willow Rader.
JAYS U-8 Girls
Pizza Express topped Pizza Hut, 5-2.
For Pizza Express, Courtnee Peterson had three goals and Sara Beebe and Isabella Arnold had one each. Goalies for Pizza Express were Emma Martin, Abbey Maloney, Allie Brown and Arnold.
Pizza Hut's goals were scored by Sawyer Mohany. The goalies were Mohany, Molly Lundberg, Lilly Darling,Chelsea Lyons.
Bodell, Overcash & Anderson used goals from six different players to knock off Local 418, 6-1.
Alicia Ramsey, Abbey Gardiner, Gioconda Calamunci, Gillian Mead, Patience Glatt and Kayla Pacheo each found the back of the net for the winners.
Haili Herb scored the lone goal for Local 418.
John S. Trussalo edged Troyer Farms, 2-1.
Justice Edens and Lauren Tracy each tallied a goal for John S. Trussalo. Earning the win in net were goalies Emma Pumford, Justic Edens, Savannah Hazelton and Lilly Melquist.
For Troyer Farms, Brianna Stone scored the lone goal. Goaltenders were Stone, Abby Beach, Danika Tibbetts and Alyssa Shimmel.
JAYS U-10 GIRLS
Dole Studios defeated Jamestown Kiwanis Club, 5-0.
Arionna Rhone, Macey Lundmark, Sydney Robinson, Olivia Gates and Carla Berrios each had a goal for the winners in support of the goaltending of Keira Johnson, Zairyon Fiddmont, Rhone and Kyah Capizzi.
Allstate Insurance edged Sertoma Club, 2-1.
Goal Scorers for Allstate were Allie Stockwell and Ariel Scott. The winning goalies for All State were Emma Schnars, Ariel Scott, Y'monie Miller, and Elise Blomquist.
Morgan Brightman scored for Sertoma Club and its goalies were Morgan Brightman, Alex Stone, Taylor Brightman and Haley Greenawalt.
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Luz Guadarrama provided the only goal as Jamestown Savings Bank edged Farm Fresh Foods, 1-0.
Earning the shutout for JSB were Madison Pearson, Anna Burt, Hannah Franklin and Delaney Carnahan.
In net for Farm Fresh were Taylor Purdy, Kasha Millman, Hannah Smith and Kaylee Whitmore.
JAYS U-8 BOYS
Jamestown Unit Parts NAPA Gold edged The Post-Journal Red
Dylan Bellardo had two goals for Gold and Xavier Guadarrama one. The Gold goalies were Brennan Roemholdt, Evan Anderson, Tyler Sutton and Kameron Melendez
Trey Thompson and Kameron Rhodes scored for Red. Their goalies were Lucian Talbett, Gabriel Colon and Ryan Mead.
JAYS U-15 BOYS
Elks defeated Lena's Pizza, 5-3.
Liam Kulakowski and Carson Peters each scored two goals while Conor Estrada kicked in one score to lead the Elks.
Nick Anderson recorded a hat trick, scoring all three goals for Lena's Pizza.
Allan Smith, Jeremy Rugg and Nick Bigney shared the duties in goal for the Elks.
Tim Horton's Timbits Red blanked Tim Horton's Timbits Orange, 3-0.
Devin Austin scored two goals to lead Red while Karson Depasquale added a goal.
The winning goaltenders were Alex Hudson, Carson Hiller, Brittany Paulisick, Jake Sears, Hunter Paulisick and Depasquale while the netminders for Orange were Ava Fenton, Brody Little, Jackson Roth, Kyle Ingersoll, Emily Payne and Alyssa Haskins.
The Southwestern team of Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo defeated the Falconer No. 2 team, 4-1.
For Southwestern, three goals were scored by Britta Johnson and one by Alexis Dix. The Southwestern goalie was Emily Brooks and the outstanding player was Liz Dallas.
For Falconer, the goal was scored by Tori Curtis and the goalies were Jorden Jones and Kaylee Keith.
FAYS U-6 COED
Zachary Carr scored two goals to lift Dr. Daniels to a2-1 verdict over The Post-Journal.
Raena Bird had the goal for the Post-Journal.
In net for the winners were Trevor South, Samantha Annis, Madison Clement and Catherine Davis and Carr.
The goalies for the P-J were Alaina Rosengren, Madison Caflisch, Hannah Forbes, Hunter Cusimano and Matthew Thompson.