FAYS U-8 GIRLS
Kersey Associates and Garvey Shutterbugs battled to a 3-3 tie.
For Kersey's, Hannah Eckert, Kayden Rogers and Alex Hultburg were goal scorers and Alaina Rosengren, Kristina Oyer, Ava Hultberg and Hannah Forbes shared time in the net.
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Ava Benson, Taylor Ingrao, Ashleah Youngberg all scored a goal for the Shutterbugs while the goalies were Addey Sweeney, Jasmine Spangler, Amelia Sprague and Sonna Alm.
FAYS U-12 GIRLS
Maddie Sohl connected for two goals in leading Iuculano Construction over Lena's Pizza, 5-1.
Alyssa Lobb, Gabby Iuculano and Kelsey Wolfe added one goal each with Wolfe being named as the team's most valuable player.
Kaylee Crone scored for Lena's Pizza.
JAYS U-11 BOYS
Lena's Pizza got by Shults Auto, 3-1.
Ian Sanchez had a pair of goals and Jack Eimiller added a solo goal for Lena's.
The winning goalies included Eimiller, Jadin Davis, Logan McNeal and Dylan Bellardo.
Cameron Rhoades scored the lone goal for Shults.
AJ's Texas Hots downed the Morton Club, 7-1, led by a 3-goal performance from Cameron Pangborn.
Gavin Bowen added a pair of goals and Jayden Sisley and Andrell Leeper both had one goal. The winning goalies were Leeper, Aiden Brumbaugh, Lee Cain and Connor Flores.
Kaiden Blake scored for the Morton Club.
The Trophy House shut out KD Property Maintenance, 3-0, as Bryan Anderson netted two goals and Joey Southwell added one goal. Splitting time in goal were Hunter Gruber, Alex Gleason, Southwell and Alex Sharpe.
For KD Property Maintenance, Mikelle Davis, Elijah Rojas, Zavier Perry and Xavier Guandarrana shared the goaltending duties.
JAYS U-8 BOYS
Lakewood-Celoron Moose 2587 cruised to a 7-1 victory over True Value.
Scoring for the Moose were Sincier Green, Ty Shults, Anthony Demarco, Tyler Giambelluca, and Wallace Rankin with Donovan Gomez, and Mason Chapman handling the net and the defensive star was Micheal Smeraldo.
Scoring for True Value was Ayden Bonta and in goal were Jesse Shults, Braden Sigular, Ryan Fitzgerald and Collin Brown.
Cattaraugus County Bank got by the Elks, 3-1.
For CCB, Kaneron Milton, Reiden Ferraro and Trey Drake were the goal scorers and Drake shared time in goal for the win with Ferraro and Elijah Stone.
Alex Wright scored for the Elks and he split time in goal with Gannon Moore, Malaki Eckberg, Caleb Micciche and Bradley Bennett.
JAYS U-6 GIRLS
The Tim Hortons Grey Timbits defeated the Red Timbits, 6-2, as Karryne Mims and Darianna Barr each netted the hat trick.
Barr, Olivia Michael, Karlee Rock and Emma Guiffre shared the goalkeeping chores to earn the win.
The Purple Timbits edged the Kelly Green Timbits, 1-0.
Aurora Ordines connected for the only goal of the game for the Purple team.
JAYS U-6 BOYS
The Tim Hortons Orange Timbits blanked the Apple Green Timbits, 4-0.
For the winning team, Jack Carlson delivered the hat trick and Adam Kubera posted a solo goal while Davier Eaton, Preston Landphere, Carlson and Matthew Bigelow shared the victory in net.
D. Bailey, Ayden Hagelin, Anthony Hughes and Antonio Cabrera were the players of the game for the Apple Green team.
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Timbits Purple shut out Timbits Grey, 4-0.
Jacob Horton, Bishop Butts, Cole Johnson, Marcus Merced scored for Purple and its goalies were Adam Powell, Jacob Horton, Luis Sanchez and Tyler Zwald.
Jordan Richard, Hunter Wilburn, Carson Panebianco and Cody Delcamp were in goal for Grey.
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The Peacock Blue Timbits topped the Maroon Timbits, 3-1.
For Peacock Blue, Keith Miller, Zachary Marra, Carsen Bane scored and the goalies were Conner Carlson, Leon Johnson, Gavin Pantajas and Cyrus Jones.
Lucas Brown scored for Brown, which had Brown, Aiden Devereaux, Caleb Pianna and Tage Vasquez in goal.
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Green Sloan Melhuish Insurance and Gold Jamestown Unit Parts-NAPA played to a 1-1 tie.
Scoring for Green Sloan Melhuish was Emmitt Maher and in goal were Nolan Bush, Evan Sharpe, Chase Twichel and Emmitt Maher.
Scoring for Gold NAPA was Taylor Kiendl and the goaltenders were Devon Piers, Jamie Wilburn, Hudson Knapp and Jaymin Morano.
JAYS U-6 COED
The Tim Hortons Green Timbits edged the Red Timbits, 2-1, as MacKenzie Hendrickson and Ethlyn Gilbert scored one goal apiece.
Goalies for the Green team included Gilbert, Hendrickson, Carisa DePasquale, Kathryn Somers, Evan Newman and Jenna Hendrickson.
For the Red Timbits, the lone goal was scored by Emily Payne and the goalies included Kody Scott, Aylah Boutwell, Brynn Helmes, Alyssa Spitale, Hannah Hunter and Brent Troutman.
JAYS U-12 GIRLS
Wofford Apartments defeated Southside Redemption Center, 6-3.
Olivia Gates had two goals and Makyia Thomas, Y'Monie Miller, Asha Deharder, and Ellie DeLeon added one apiece for the winners. The goalies were Makyia Thomas, Amaya Wofford, Olivia Gates, and Hayley Halovich.
The Southside Redemption scorers were Rylee Porter, Morgan Tracy and Maryjane Diers. In the goal were Morgan Tracy, Maryjane Diers, Amber Lopez, and Haley Greenwalt.
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Macey Lundmark recorded a hat trick while Emma Schnars, Grace Osbourne, Camryn Wilson, Havalyn Saunders and Sarah Russo scored one apiece to lead AFSCME past JAMA, 8-2.
In net for the winners was Osbourne, Saunders, Russo and Kayla Whitmore.
For JAMA, Kyah Tapizzi and Kiara Slaughter accounted for the two goals and Slaughter, Elyse Jones, Isabella Knapp and Paige Conklin were the goalkeepers.
BAYSO U-10 BOYS
JAMA Surgery beat the JMI Concrete Crushers, 7-1, with Darius Jones connecting for four goals to lead the attack while Kevin Ruhlman produced two goals and Will Wozniak added the solo goal.
Adam Chang, Ruhlman, Nick Gollando and Tristin Loomis collectively earned the win in goal.
For the Crushers, Hunter Ells scored and Max Cioppa was named as the defensive player.
FAST U-6 COED
Gavin Warner was named the player of the game as the Tim Hortons Yellow Timbits downed the Orange Timbits, 5-2.
Defensive honors went to Cooper Doud, Bradley Doud and Bailey Olson.
Kaylee Fiedler and Darren Vincent scored a goal each for the Orange team.
The Teal Timbits outlasted the Blue Timbits, highlighted by multiple goals by Kayla Lynn, Brandon Keefe, Marlei Armstrong, Nolan Grey, Brayden Scott and Lucas Sopak while Autumn Lynn took care of the net.
Katelyn Hagstrom and Patrick Holmberg were the standouts for the Blue team.
FAST U-8 GIRLS
Becker's Place cruised to a 5-1 win over Tri-James as Andrea Volk knocked in two goals and Alicia Feraldi, Brittany Streed and Linnea Anderson all added one goal while Anderson, Lauren Reimondo and Rhea Moore each had an assist and in goal were Megan Steele, Katie Keith and Reimondo.
Liz Dallas scored the lone goal for Tri-James with Emily Brooks and Stephanie Sorenson handing the net chores.
FAST U-8 BOYS
Garrett Kay Homes LLC shut out Jeremy's Belview, 2-0.
Devon Austin and Curtis Hannon scored the goals for the winners while Jackson Roth, Adam Boardman, Carson Olson and Justin Swan combined for the victory.
For Jeremy's Belview, Dakota Giambaluca, Jack Shea and Zack Stofko were the goaltenders.
SWSC U-8 GIRLS
Green Team downed the Red Team, 10-0, thanks to a huge performance from Mia Turnbull, who scored seven goals, Emma Lord added two goals and Melissa DeVore had a solo goal.
Ivorie Jones, Ellie Felton were in goal for the winners.
For the Red Team, Juliana Graham and Amerasia Miller shared the netkeeping.
Wendy's defeated Kia, 3-1, with Mandy Brink, Molly Shafer and Brynne Conley scoring goals while Madeline DeJoy was selected as the defensive player of the game.
For Kia, Alexis Marotto scored the team's goal and Anna Rauh was the defensive standout.
SWCS U-10 GIRLS
The Regal Service Roadrunners defeated Chautauqua Mechanical, 3-0.
Kylee Dibble had two goals and Sarah Bellardo one for the winners.
The shutout goaltender was Hanna Johnson.
Halley Shagla, Reagon Beaver, Riley Seekings and Kylie Schnars were in goal for Chautauqua Mechanical
SWCS U-12 GIRLS
Tri-James Services topped Jamestown Kitchen and Bath, 5-0.
Recording the shutout in goal was Elizabeth Comstock.
Scoring one goal each were Terrylee Talasky, Karen Johnson, Haydyn Swan-Leuze, Alanna Dibble and Brianna Parker.
The goaltenders for Jamestown Kitchen and Bath were Kayla Carlson, Heather Degolier, Rachel Carr.
SWSC U-6 COED
Lobb's Mobil topped McDonald's, 4-1, with Chase Kartesz coming through with the hat trick and Jake Lawton adding a solo tally. Addisyn Lawton won the Hustle award and Reece Beaver was named as the defensive star.
Carter Brink found the net for McDonald's, Landen Cramer earned the Hustle award and Faith Hamilton and Olivia Allen were the defensive players of the game.