JAYS U-11 BOYS
Lena Pizza topped Gary's Trophy House, 3-1, led by Jack Eimiller, who scored two goals and Ian Sanchez added a solo tally.
Sanchez, Eimiller, Logan McNeal and Dylan Vellardo spilt time in the net to get the victory.
Alex Gleason scored the lone goal for Gary's Trophy House.
The Chaut Aerie Eagles Lodge got by A.J's, 3-1.
For the winners, Quincy Turner netted two goals and Nathan Franklin produced a solo goal, Simon Ferringer was selected as the defensive standout and Jacob Anderson, Franklin, Jordan Russo and Evan Hanna teamed in goal for the victory.
Camron Curtis scored the only goal of the game for A.J.'s
JAYS U-6 BOYS
Tim Hortons Purple shut out Tim Horton's Lime Green, 7-0.
Cameron Micciche had four goals for Purple while Marcus Mercede had two and Cole Johnson one. The goalies for were Micciche, Luis Sanchez, Bishop Butts and Johnson.
The goalies for Lime Green were Luca DelPozzo, antonio Cabrera and Noah Miles.
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Jack Carlson tallied twice and Jack Lundberg once when the Tim Hortons Orange Timbits blanked the Tim Horton's Purple Timbits, 3-0.
Davier Eaton, Preston Lanphere, Max Digirolamo and Adam Kubera were the goalies in the win.
Lucas Brown, Caleb Piazza, Aiden Devereaux and Noah Burch were the goalies in the loss.
JAYS U-8 BOYS
True Value outlasted Cattaraugus County Bank, 6-3, as Paxton Faulk connected for two goals and Colson Barber, Jesse Schultz, John Torres and Braeden Sigular all contributed one goal. Ayden Bonta, Barber, Faulk and Torres shared time in goal to get the win.
For CCB, Kameron Milton scored two goals and Raybe
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Brandon Lobb scored two goals and Steven Dewey one to lead IBEW Local 106 past NAPA, 3-1.
Taylor Kiendl was the only scorer for NAPA.
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Sean O'Brien, Caleb Bane and Chase Twichel found the range as Green Slone-Melhuish Insurance trimmed the Orange Celoron Moose, 3-1.
Bane, Austyn Brumbaugh, Evan Sharpe and Colton Lange held the Moose to a goal from the Sincere Green.
In net for the Moose were Wallace Rankin, Jesus Sanchez, Anthony DeMarco and Cayden Frazier.
JAYS U-12 GIRLS
Paced by Arionna Rhone's hat trick, Reed's Jewelers downed Southside Redemption Center, 8-2.
Also for the winners, Maddie Vasquez drilled a pair of goals and Ellyse Noon, Kaidnyce Walker and Akyra Slaughter all added one goal. Slaughter shared time in goal with Lauren Raymond, Haven Pratt and Hannah Smith to earn the victory.
Haylee Walker was named the defensive player of the game.
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Kayla Lynn's two goals led the Teal Timbits over the Green Timbits, 4-0.
Other goals for Teal were recorded by Brandon Keefe and Brayden Scott.
Goalies Nolan Gray, Lucas Sopak and Autumn Lynn produced the shutout.
The standouts for the Green Timbits were Kalob Mullen, Carissa DePasquale, Mason Kilmer and Kimberly Grodecki.
FAST U-12 GIRLS
Lena's Pizza defeated Jamestown Kitchen & Bath, 4-2.
Brianna Larson connected for two goals while Chelsea Vincent and Taylor Bianco added one goal apiece for the winners.
Maddie Sohl and Rachel Carr were the goal scorers for Jamestown Kitchen & Bath.
Becker's Place downed Fessenden, Laumer and D'Angelo, 4-2.
Megan Steele scored a pair of goals for Becker's Place while Andrea Volk and Linnea Anderson contributed a goal each. The winning goalies included Macey Mays, Lauren Reimondo, Volk and Steele.
Courtney Hewes scored twice for Fessenden, Laumer and D'Angelo.
BAYSO U-6 COED
Taylor Donato, madison Bartok, Alex Crist and Nash Luther proved to be spotless in goal as PNC Loan Star shutout Southern Tier Brewery, 3-0.
Clara Smith drilled home two goals and Crist one to take care of the scoring.
BAYSO U-12 BOYS
BAYSO shut out Northwest, 2-0, on Sunday with Andrew MacCallum and Peter Auer each scoring solo goals while Dustin McCaslin added an assist. Benjamin Cresanti picked up the win in goal and MacCallum earned the Star patch.
J.C. McCrosky was the Star patch recipient for Northwest and the goalie was Andrew Luba.
SWSC U-8 GIRLS
Wendy's Yellow Team edged the Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union Green Team, 3-2.
Maddie Lisciandro, Mandy Brink and Ellie Lawton connected for Wendy's while Morgan Torrey and Melissa Devore for Southern Chautauqua.
Gracie Gifford was the defensive standout for Wendy's and Emily Kimball for Southern Chautauqua.
SWSC U-10 BOYS
Dagon Bryant scored two goals as the offensive player of the game while Timothy Galati was the defensive stand out as the JMI Concrete Crushers defeated Hallenbeck Gold and Silver, 9-0.
Also scoring two goals were Hunter Ells and Austin Devereaux while Max Cioppa, Colin Greenstein and Mark Chapman hd one each.
The shutout goaltenders were Chapman and Ben Livingston
Jack Yost was the offensive player of the game while Brian Stage led the defense for Hallenbeck Gold and Silver.
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Ben Whitman and Cameron Barmore scored goals as Jamestown Internet Marketing Galaxy edged the Bemus Point Surgery, 2-1.
Darius Jones was the defensive standout for the winners and Liam Cramer for Bemus Point.
SWSC U-17 BOYS
Patrick Radka, Jacob Hammond, Hunter Mohney and Alex Bower tallied the goals as Tri-James beat Frewsburg, 4-2.
Bauer's goal was headed in off a pass from Mohney. Danner Newman was the goalie for the winners.
FAYS U-8 GIRLS
The Post-Journal slipped by Kershey Associates, 4-0, with Emma Schrecengost and Kendal Sohl scoring two each.
In goal for The P-J were Lizzie Schrecengost, Samantha Reale, Jacey Cappa and Peyton Yost.
In goal for Kershey were Cadence Rodgers, Teresa Mole, Ava Palmquist and Alex Hultberg.
FAYS U-10 BOYS
Ty Rosengren and Caleb Carr had two goals as Flamingo Builders topped Falconer Funeral Home, 7-1.
Matt Dobek, Aiden Cardone and Kevin Wolfe added a goal each for the winners.
Skylar Luce, Nick McDonald, Cardone and Dobek did the goal tending and allowed a goal by Jacob Thierfeldt.
FAYS U-12 GIRLS
Maddie Sohl scored twice, Mikayla Corrigan and Claire Johnson added one as Iuculano Construction prevailed over Tri-James Services, 4-2.
Terrylee Talasky's two goals paced Tri-James.