JAYS U-15 GIRLS
Corrine Edwards and Stephanie Benson scored goals as Richard's Hair came up with a 2-1 win over Northwest Savings Bank.
Catherine Rogowski tallied for Northwest Savings Bank.
Dalton McIntyre of Storer’s Containers dribbles the ball down field against the Penhollow Trashers in an Under-10 game in the Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer League. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Lisa Monacelli
Maddie Pinciaro, Peyton Truver, Marissa Slaughter and Edwards were the goalies for Richard's while for Northwest it was Ashley Butman, Samantha Stafford, Erin Butman and Chrisanna Green.
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Victoria Carlson and Samantha Oakes scored for AFSCME Local No. 418 and Sarah Gibson and Haley Davis tallied for Jamestown Pediatrics in a 2-2 stalemate.
Carlson, Oakes, Daniela Ramirez and Arlyssa Clavell were the goalies for AFSCME.
JAYS U-12 GIRLS
MaCayla Euscher scored twice, and Chloe Knapp and Chelsey Vincent contributed a goal each when Trussalo & Company edged M&T Bank, 4-3.
Hannah Pratt tallied two goals and Jocelyn Howser one in the defeat.
Luz Guadarrama, Kaitlin Healy, Alex Stone and Chelsey Vincent were in net for Trussalo.
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Miranda Twichel scored two goals and Tehya Wright one as Chautauqua Aerie Eagles shaded Bodell Overcash & Anderson, 3-2.
For the Eagles, Havalyn Saunders, Kayla Whitmore, Carla Berrios and Courtney Smith were the goalies.
Kira Slaughter and Alexa Meabon had the goals in defeat and Haylee Walker, Mackenzie Rublee, Rachel Bertolini, Ymonie Miller and Lori McNeal were the netminders.
JAYS U-11 BOYS
Ed Alger, Tayven Vasquez and Quincy Turner had the goals as Cycle Shop turned back Peppy Dental, 3-1.
Mike Andalora spoiled the shutout for goalies Jaidyn Conyer, Kylen Faulkner, Jordan Crofoot and Vasquez.
For Peppy Dental, Zack Zuech, Ian Sanchez, Phillup Harris and Taige Wright were in net.
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Cycle Shop also defeated Slone-Melhuish, 2-1, as Vasquez and Turner scored goals.
Conyer, Faulkner, Crofoot and Vasquez were the goalies for the winners.
Andrew Pumford, Kaiden Blake and Brad Knightlinger were among the goalies in the loss.
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Lena's Pizza and Morton Club engaged in a 1-1 deadlock with Carter Stam scoring for Lena's and Kameron Rhodes for Morton Club.
Kavin Tanner, Bryan Anderson and J.R. Nary were the goalies for Lena's and Gabriel Colon, Josh Loomis, Nevan Kearney and Rhodes were in the net for Morton Club.
JAYS U-8 GIRLS
Caylee Peterson netted two goals as Everyday Tru Value beat Farm Fresh, 2-0.
Annabella Prieto, Hannah Grey, Dimitrianna Anderson and Emily Coy were the winning goalies.
For Farm Fresh, Kailey Ruth, Kylie Luce, Korryne Caprizzi and Kayla Krzanak were the goalkeepers.
JAYS U-8 BOYS
Kameron Milton recorded the only goal when NAPA Auto Parts shaded the Kendall Club, 1-0.
For NAPA, Braeden Sigular, Elijah Rojas, Kameron Melendez and Milton served as goalies in the win.
Matt Weatherby, Steven Dewey, Andrew Carlson and Devin Diers were the netminders in defeat.
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Avante Hicks scored twice to lead All State Insurance to a 3-1 win over Sprint Wireless.
Nate Franklin got into the scoring act for All State.
Dylan Ellis tallied against the winning goaltending of Jacob Booth, Alex Wright, Hudson Knapp and Sincere Green.
For the Sprint, Malaki Eckberg, Xavier Peru, Damon Tanner and Jarrett Vincent were the goalies.
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Kaleb Steward scored three goals as Shults Auto Group blanked Reeds Jewelers, 3-0.
Jesse Shults, Tage Roehm, Kyle Christensen and Reiden Ferraro combined for the shutout.
Nathan Hill, Caden Harvey, Quinn Kearney and Drayce Garland were in goal for Reeds.
JAYS U-6 BOYS
Cameron Micciche and Brandon Lobb found the range as the Tim Hortons Teal Timbits edged the Tim Hortons Sky Blue Timbits, 2-1.
Ryan Fitzgerald had the goal for the Sky Blue.
Christopher Spencer, Brandon Lobb, Jack Lundberg and Caleb Micciche were the Teal goalies while Brady Wetherby, Douglas Beardsley, Liam Conroe and Luca Deplozzo tended the net for Sky Blue.
BAYSO U-15 BOYS
Patrick Crossley and Branden Greiner divided four goals as Windstream downed Ames Insurance, 6-3.
Jim Duncanson and Mathew Marsh recorded the other goals for the winners.
Stephen Kanicki tallied twice and Tristan Desnerck once for Ames Insurance. Greiner and Mitchell Marsh tended goal for Windstream.
BAYSO U-12 GIRLS
Adrianna Carlson recorded both goals as Honeycomb Salon nipped Sterling Optical, 2-1.
Marcy Lundmark scored for Sterling against the winning combination of Ski Tarapacki and Sammie Elleman. Caylea Adams, Jilly Lawton and Sydney Burk handled the goal keeping for Sterling.
BAYSO U-8 GIRLS
Hannah Brown had two goals and Megan Fischer added one as Tasta Pizza blanked The Post-Journal, 3-0.
AnnaClaire Tarapacki, Scottlyn Pigman, Alex Daniels and Brown were the netminders who played flawlessly.
Devin Mueller, Megan Burnham, Rebecca Constantino and Sydney Smith were goalies in defeat.
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Ava Crist's goal was the only score as Dole's Studio nipped Rand Machine, 1-0.
The goalies for the winners were Chloe Benson, Madison Price, Kendra Berg and Katelyn Ruhlman.
In defeat, Grace Cline, Ava Palmquist, Kaylynn Powers and Grace Quinones were in net.
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Sarah Nocero and Anna Tranum found the range as Dole Studio defeated The Post-Journal, 2-0, earlier in the week.
Berg, Price, Ruhlman and Rachel Ekstrom were in net for the winners.
BAYSO U-8 BOYS
Southern Tier Brewery edged Marsh's Tire Service, 2-1.
Brendan Hirliman and Gehrig Myles found the range for Southern Tier Brewery. Adam Marsh tallied for Marsh's.
The goalies for STB were James Cederquist, Parker Weston, Elias Akl and Hirliman.
For Marsh's, Kellen Kinsler, Nick Golando, Trenton Moore and Marsh were the goalies.
SWSC U-12 GIRLS
Allana Dibble, Kayla Loberg, TerryLee Talasky and Alecia Bellardo had goals as the Scalion Bistro Stingers blanked G&G Glass, 4-0.
Hannah Abbott and Abigail Dobeck were the defensive players for Frewsburg.
SWSC U-10 BOYS
Rex Lind recorded two goals and one each went to Andrew Dix and Declan Dmitriev as Jedi's defeated Jamestown Internet, 4-1.
Michael Carnes scored for the Jamestown Internat,
Carter Volk was a defensive standout for Jamestown and Benjamin Livingston earned the same honor for the Jedi's.
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Thanks to two goals from John Certo and one from Alex Card, Chautauqua Mowing shut out JAMA Surgery, 3-0.
Jacob Carlson and Javan Newman stood out defensively for the winners.
SWSC U-8 GIRLS
Kayla Allen and Erin Manning were goal scorers as the Wizards downed the McDonald's McFlurries, 2-1.
Sydney Thorpe had the only goal for the McFlurries.
Emma Anderson and Molly Shafer were the defensive standouts for the Wizards and Corrine Covert was the defensive standout for the McFlurries.
SWSC U-8 BOYS
Andrew Lindell and Simon Pirrello split four goals and Dontae Hoose added another as the Pizza Hut Slicers downed Bishop Concrete Knights, 5-0.
Jed Hirliman was outstanding defensively for the Slicers.
For Bishop Concrete, Kate Bryant was the offensive standout and Ethan Livingston was the star defensively.
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The Wizards gained a 3-2 win over Tri-James as Michael Dixson, Max Vaughn and Jack White dented the scoreboard.
Callen Barron and Braden Miller were the offensive standouts and Matt Dallas the defensive standout for Tri-James.
Max Marshall was the defensive standout for the winners.
SWSC U-6 COED
Cameron Lemk had several goals for Bemus Point Dental Centre while Zach Rhodes, Henry Marshall and Owen Hsi tallied for Kwik Fill.
Landon Cramer, Jack Lawton, Jake Lawton and Sophie Kreinheder had outstanding efforts for BP Dental Centre, which had Abbey Galati standout defensively.
Kami Hsu was outstanding defensively for Kwik Fill.
FAYS U-18 GIRLS
C&R Construction blanked Southwestern 2, 6-0, with six different players scoring goals.
Macy Smith, Morgan Gardner, Rachael Anderson, Sam Campbell, Kamryn Gardner and Alexia Anderson recorded the goals.
Gardner, Campbell, Morgan Scarpino and Rachel Barto came through with the shutout in goal.
FAYS U-15 GIRLS
Michael O'Brien scored for Tri-James Gravel on a penalty kick and Alex Dimpfi tied it up for Value Machine Works in a 1-1 deadlock.
Jacob Hinsdale and Jacob Hammond were Tri-James goalies while Jordan Lyon represented Frewsburg.
FAYS U-12 GIRLS
Led by Jenna Eckman's two goals, Lobb's Mobil stopped Barmore-Sellstrom, 6-1.
Kelsey Wolfe, Kaitlyn Blanchard, Mackenzie Swartzman and ZeAnna Adelgren added the other goals.
Claire Crossley averted the shutout for Barmore-Sellstrom.
Lobb's goalies were Madeline Proctor, Caylee Lobb, Rachel Carr and Blanchard.
FAST U-15 BOYS
Joey Lindberg scored both goals for the Celoron Moose in a 2-1 victory over Townline Auto Parts.
Matthew Merchant was the outstanding defensive player and Dakota Delaney and Ben Burk were the goalies for the winners.
For Townline, Kristofer Butts scored the team's lone goal.
FAST U-8 GIRLS
Garvey's Shutterbugs and Jamestown Kitchen and Bath battled to a 2-2 tie.
Ava Fenton scored twice for Garvey's and Kendal Sohl and Gracie Proctor found the range for Jamestown.
In goal for Garvey's were Abigail Mansfield, Miranda McKane, Taylor Ingrao and Reese Johnson.
For Jamestown, Madison Huggins, Madison Caflisch, Madison Albright and Ashley Carlson were the netminders.
FAST U-6 COED
Zach Kianos scored two goals, Jacob Sears, Finley Pavlock and Dalton Caldwell one each as Tim Hortons Yellow Timbits blanked the Tim Hortons Purple Timbits, 5-0.
For the Yellow Timbits, Kacie Stoffo, Collin VanGorder, Emily Payne and Kiley Comber were in goal.