FAYS U-6 COED
Dr. Daniels 2 defeated the Post-Journal, 4-2.
Eva Haltsburg led Dr. Daniels with two goals while Samantha Annis and Gibson Kinney each added one score. Kinney, Annis, Alexandra Haltsburg, Eva Haltsburg, Trevor Fourth and Catherine Davis were the winning goaltenders.
Shot On Goal
Andrew MacCallum of Windstream takes a shot against Townline Auto in Tuesday night’s Under-8 Boys Interleague action.
Photo by Scott Reagle
For the Post-Journal, Raena Bird scored both goals.
FAYS U-8 BOYS
Keywell Vac-Air defeated Flamingo Builders, 3-0.
Nick Mason led the scoring with two goals for Keywell Vac-Air while Ty Rosengren completed the scoring with one goal of his own.
FAYS U-14 GIRLS
The Frewsburger defeated the Horseshoe, 3-1.
Greta Gustafson, Madison Whippo and Morgan Scarpino each scored one goal for the Frewsburger. Lindsay Walters scored the lone goal for the Horseshoe.
Earning the win in net for the Frewsburger were Scarpino, Tessa Alianell and Leah Pearson while goalies Jessie Davis, Skylan Brown and Megan Bridges split time for the Horseshoe.
FAYS U-12 BOYS
Stroehman Bread defeated Diamond Landscapers, 6-2.
Cole Brink had two goals for the winners and with one each were Cordell O'Brien, Caleb Caldwell, Nyle Bird and Hunter Whipple. The goaltenders were Thomas Mason, Andrew Tibbetts, Kody Luce and O;Brien.
For Diamond, Guisippe Hoose and Mason Hoose scored the goals.
SWSC U-6 COED
Sofia Genareo scored five goals to lead the Trolls past the Ogres, 6-3.
Joshua Truver added one goal for the Trolls and Lily Lobb, Devin Meurer and Griffin Bogdanowicz each scored for the Ogres.
Defensive standouts for the Trolls were Sam Palmieri, Madison Swartz and Katie Lowe. For the Ogres, Ivorie Jones was the defensive player of the game.
SWSC U-8 BOYS
The Western New York Urology Wizards and the Quick Solutions Attack played to a 1-1 tie.
For the Wizards, Declan Brown scored the only goal of the goal while Hunter Ells kicked in the lone goal for the Attack to keep the game tied.
The defensive player of the game for the Wizards was Cameron Lunz. For the Quick Solutions Attack, Brady Fye and Michael Carnes were both outstanding defensive players.
SWSC U-10 GIRLS
Five players combined for five goals as the Crush defeated the Wendy's Divas, 5-0.
Alexis Barron, Madeline Bowen, Alanna Dibble, Anna Sena and Hadyn Swan-Leuze tallied one goal apiece for the Crush while defensive players of the game Kerry Lee Palaski and Hannah Sholl kept the shutout in tact.
The offensive player of the game for Wendy's was Chelsea Hern. The defensive players of the game were Sophie Dixon and Brianna Parker.
JAYS U-6 GIRLS
Peacock Blue topped Kelly Green, 3-1.
Lizzie DeLong had two goals for Peacock Blue and Jolie Fitch one. The goalies were Mandy Brink, Nicole Arnold, Jessie Krueger and DeLong .
The Kelly Green goal was scored by Marley Drake and the goalies were Allison Bedford, Kaylie Holmes, Aiden Gardiner and Andrea Nelson.
The Tim Hortons Timbits Apple Green defeated Tim Hortons Timbits Sky Blue, 4-1.
Riley Loomis and Kiersten Horton each scored two goals to lead Timbits Apple Green to victory. In goal for the winners were Arianna Taylor, Samantha Bresson, Loomis and Mia Brown.
For Sky Blue, Kylie Luce scored the lone goal with Luce, Hailiegh Rhodes, Aliya Graham and Jillian Rhea each splitting time in net.
The Tim Hortons Timbits Purple beat the Tim Hortons Timbits Red, 3-0.
Madison Smith, Emma Garvin and Annika Spitzer each scored once for Timbits Purple.
Earning the win in net were goalies Garvin, Smith, Kylie O'Brien and Emma Higbee. For Red, the goaltending duties were divided between Sara Randolph, Emily Melquist, Maddisyn Latone and Celia Summer.
JAYS U-8 GIRLS
Bodell Overcash & Anderson beat Peppy Dental, 1-0
Alicia Ramsey scored the Bodell Overcash & Anderson goal. The goalies were Olivia Pinciaro, Ramsey, Gillian Mead and Patience Glatt.
The goalies for Peppy Dental were Connie Rushfath, Emmaleigh Pratt, Kendra Nickerson, and Christine Peppy.
Pizza Hut defeated Trussalo, 6-0.
Madison Karash and Sawyer Mohney each scored two goals to pace the offense for Pizza Hut. Arianna Rhone and Gia Slaughter each added one goal.
Earning the win in net were goalies Lauren Tracy, Brianna Tuozzo, Breanna Hill and Melissa Tubbs.
Lakewood Celoron Moose edged AFSCME, 1-0, on a game-winning goal from Carlie Legg.
Earning the win net were goalies Arianna Campbell, Emerald Crawford, Alisson Dejesus and Legg. For AFSCME, Lauren Morgante, Macey Monaghan, Karleigh Haines, Grace Mohney and Allison Tilburg shared time in goal.
JAYS U-10 GIRLS
Alexis McMurdy scored the only goal of the game to lead Farm Fresh Foods past the Sertoma Club, 1-0.
Kayla Whitmore, Chelsey Vincent, Taylor Purdy and Kasha Millman shared time in net to earn the shutout win for Farm Fresh Foods. In goal fro Sertoma Club were Haley Greenawalt, Isabelle Knapp, Starr Haskins and Taylor Delellis.
Arionna Rhone scored two goals to lead Dole Studio past Jamestown Savings Bank, 3-1.
Camryn Wilson also added a goal for Dole Studio. The winning goalies were Rhone, Wilson, Carla Berrios and Zairyon Fiddmont
For Jamestown Savings Bank, Akyra Slaughter scored the lone goal and Julia Burtolini, Anna Burt, Madison Pearson and Dilancy Carnahan were the goaltenders.
Madalyn Anderson and Mackenzie Swanson each scored a goal to lead the Jamestown Optimist Club past Jamestown Kiwanis, 2-0.
The goalies for Jamestown Optimist Club were Micaley Wiltsie, Madalyn Anderson, Brooke Anderson and Kiara Slaughter. Goalies for Kiwanis were Anna Paterniti, Mackenzie Mc Williams, Christina Mc Millan and Amber Kutschke.
JAYS U-8 BOYS
Calvin Ricker scored two goals to help Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo to a 5-2 win over AJ's Texas Hots.
Kaleb Steward, Gavin Carnahan and Ian Sanchez each added a goal as well.
Cameron Pangborn and Connor Flores each scored once for AJ's. In goal for Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo were Steward, Collin Wynn, Danny Cardinale and Josh Loomis.
The Morton club blanked Jamestown Unit Parts NAPA, 6-0.
Jordan Crofoot recorded a hat trick while Quincy Turner, Avante Hicks and Bryce Baglia each added one score.
Earning the shutout in goal were Daniel Stenstrom, Joshua Seeley, Cole Simmons and Baglia.
JAYS U-15 BOYS
The Cycle Shop edged Lena's Pizza, 8-7, as Jonathan Healy led the way with four goals.
Patrick Wilson, Korbyn Nelson, Jason McEntire and Austin Harmon had one goal each.
Matt Walsh had three goals fore Lena's while Hunter Mahoney hat two and Mitch Moore and Josh Anderson had one apiece.
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CCB defeated Elks, 7-4.
Goal scorers for CCB were Noah Johnson with three, Holden Rosengren had two, and Tobi Culpepper and Bannon Eimiller one each.
Nolan Wells had two goals for Elks and Liam Kulakowski and Griffin Noon had one each.
BAYSO U-10 GIRLS
Clare Crossley scored all four goals and Barmore Sellstrom cruised to a 4-1 win over Ellicott PBA.
For Ellicott PBA, Sara Sanders kicked in the lone goal to avoid the shutout.
Earning the win in net for Barmore Sellstrom were goaltenders Caroline Franczak, Amber Lobb, Riley Farnham and Crossley.
Adrianna Carlson recorded a hat trick to help Honeycomb Salon knock off Hartley Buick, 6-0.
Sarah Berg, Allison Johnson and Lauren Nelson each added one goal to help Honeycomb. Earning the shutout in goal were netminders Allyssa Seeley, Elise Swanson, Brittany Gifford and Cassandra Spillane.
BAYSO U-8 BOYS
Peter Auer and Tristan Spillane each had a hat trick to lead Arrowwood Landscaping to a 7-1 victory over Townline Auto.
Coleridge Kinsler kicked in a goal for Arrowwood as well while Jason Dustin scored the lone goal for Townline Auto.
Zach Padd was the defensive player of the game for Arrowwood.
The Windstream Green Machine defeated Falconer 5-0.
Five different players scored as Andrew MacCallum, Adam Marsh, Darius Jones, Lawton Tranum and Will Steen each kicked in one goal.
Earning the shutout in goal were Ayden Reagle, Steen, Andrew Marsh and Logan Richardson.
BAYSO U-12 BOYS
Eight players scored nine goals as Marsh's Tree and Landscaping earned a 9-0 victory over Celoron Moose.
Patrick Crossley found the back of the net twice and teammates Dominick Fabrizio, Tyler Fortune, Brandon Greiner, Malachi Olson, Ben Peterson and Brandon Reagle each scored one goal.
Fabrizio and Gary Hannold were the winning goalies.
FAST U-6 COED
The Tim Hortons Timbits Red defeated the Tim Hortons Timbits Green, 3-1.
Scoring goals for Timbits Red were Karson Depasquale with one and Devin Austin with two.
Jack Shea scored the lone goal for Green.
In goal for Red were Carson Hiller, Brock Micell, Dustin Swan, Jake Sears, Hunter Paulick and Alex Hudson.
Tim Hortons Timbits Yellow beat Tim Hortons Timbits Blue, 4-1.
Kaemen Smith scored two goals for Yellow while Carter Constantine and Carson Olson each added one score.
Dalton Caldwell kicked in the lone goal for Timbits Blue.
INTERLEAGUE U-12 GIRLS
Emma Steele scored all three goals of the match to lead Dom's Mobil of Falconer past Southwestern 3, 3-0.
Ryene Snow, Hannah Jarozynski, Sarah Clark and Delaine Waddington were the goalies who helped earn the shutout for Dom's Mobil.
Dom's Mobil slipped by Bemus Point, 2-1.
Gabrielle Conti and Emma Steele each scored one goal to lead the offense for Dom's Mobil.
Ally Sarr scored the lone goal for Bemus Point. In net for Dom's Mobil were Conti, Holly DePerna and Hannah Jarozynski. Sarr, Jessica Chriest, Katie Braund and Lauren Hendrick each minded the net for Bemus Point.
INTERLEAGUE U-14 GIRLS
The Southwestern team of Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo topped Falconer No. 2, 2-1.
Meagan Sholl scored both goals for Southwestern and Erica Johnson scored for Falconer.
INTERLEAGUE U-12 BOYS
The SWSC Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union Bandits beat Townline Auto of FAST, 6-1.
Nick Cooper and Pat Mogenhan each scored two goals for SWSC and Luke Lindeman and Evan Rodgers each netted one.
Scott Green scored the lone goal for FAST.
Brady Williams and Alex Milliner were the outstanding players for Southwestern.