BAYSO U-17 BOYS
Marsh's Tree Service & Landscaping edged Tri-James, 3-2.
For the winners, Matthew Marsh connected for two goals and Nathan Saar added a solo goal with Nate Eckstrom getting an assist.
From left, Andrew Auer of Bemus Boatworks and Zach Kianos of Jeremy’s Bel-View battle for the ball in an interleague FAST/BAYSO Under-8 boys game. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Scott Reagle
Alex Bower and Hunter Mohney scored for Tri-James as Mason Mohney earned an assist.
BAYSO U-8 GIRLS
PNC Lonestar shut out Tasta Pizza, 4-0, as Bailey Nocero and Sarah Nocero both netted a pair of goals.
Sharing the win in the net were Madison Borst, Madeleine Wadsworth, Megan Lockwood and Jessica Wozniak.
Baily Fain, Alex Daniels, Emilee Blair and Courtney Martin were the goaltenders for Tasta Pizza.
The Post Journal edged PNC Lonestar, 4-3.
Emma Ruhlman, Rebecca Taylor, Jacy Cappa and Kendal Sohl were the goal scorers for the P-J and Gracie Ruhlman, Reana Bird, Emma Goldman and Emma Ruelman shared the victory in goal.
Rayna Smith scored twice for PNC Lonestar while Hallie VanEvery, Erin Nolan, Jessica Wozniak and Bailey Nocero split time in the net.
BAYSO U-12 GIRLS
The Honeycomb Salon cruised to a 9-0 win over SW 3, sparked by four goals from Adrianna Carlson. Sarah Berg also had a hat trick and Jenna Plaster and Lauren Nelson added single goals.
Cassie Spillaine, Sammie Elleman, Riley Farnham and Sky Tarapacki were the winning goalkeepers.
BAYSO U-14 GIRLS
Horseshoe Inn edged RS Motors, 4-3.
Jessie Davis, Jenna Nocero, Katie Braund and Adrianna Carlson had goals for the winners while Katie Thorson, Nocero and Braund had assists. The winning goaltender was Samantha Mason.
Amber Micek had two goals for RS and Sydney Moore one. The goalies were Moore, Kaitlyn Seaholm, Abby Warner, and Grace Bartholomew.
SWSC U-6 COED
The Southern Tier Optometry Visionaries posted a victory over the Wing City Wingers with Samuel Kautzman, Seth Vaughn and Declan Kennedy scoring goals. Chelsea Gifford was the defensive star.
For the Wingers, Mathis Baehr and Cooper Strong were the offensive standouts and Isabella Loomis shined on defense.
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Chase Hartnett and Spencer Greenstein scored two goals apiece while teammates Robbie Bellardo, Brandon Smith and Clayton Fairbank each chipped in one more as Nissan Leaf topped Southern Tier Optometry Visionaries, 7-2.
Declan Kennedy and Seth Vaughn accounted for Southern Tier's two goals, Addison Brassard was the offensive player of the game and Ike Pope the defensive player of the game.
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Lobb's Mobile shut out Wing City, 3-0.
Chase Kartesz had two goals for Lobb's and Addisyn Lawton one. The top defensive player was Aliyah Lobb and the hustle award winners were Abby Monroe and Lukas Svenson.
Javier Gonzales and Braden Damcott starred on offense for Wing City and the defensive standouts were Breauna Bull and McGaffick.
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Sophia Segrue, Avery Casselman, Bohdan Wendel and Heidi Swan-Leuze found the range once as the New York State Police Little Troopers defeated Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo, 4-2.
Lily Benedetto and Carson Crawford were defensive standouts for the winners.
Kaylyn Carnes and Maceyn Brown tallied in loss while Jillian Sharp excelled defensively.
SWCS U-8 BOYS
Bishop Concrete and Lighthouse Auto played to a 2-2 tie.
Griffin Bogdanowicz,and Max Marshall scored for Bishop and its top defensive player was Aidan Kennedy.
For Lighthouse Auto, Brett Svensson scored both goals and Tucker Gesing was the defensive standout.
SWSC U-10 GIRLS
Corra Casselman, Allie Finnerty and Megan Swauger tallied the goals as the Lady Troopers edged Chautauqua Mechanical, 4-3.
Madison Overbeck, Lilly Darling and Raegon Beaver found the range for Chautauqua Mechanical.
Sophia Genereo was the defensive standout for the Troopers while Natalie Odell had the same role for CM.
SWSC U-10 BOYS
Cameron Barmore collected two goals and Michael Carnes added one to lead the Jamestown Internet Marketing Galaxy to a 3-1 victory over Arrowwood Landscaping.
Drake Bell was the defensive player of the game for the winners.
Andrew McCallum found the back of the net for Arrowwood Landscaping and teammate Brendon Hirliman was his team's defensive player of the game.
SWSC U-13 BOYS
Tjitze Kranzo and Jack Sperry scored goals as Quick Solutions (Southwestern 2) edged the Frewsburger, 2-1.
Gabriel Thorp and Ajay Vejendla were the defensive standouts for the winners.
Andrew Tibbetts tallied for the Frewsburger, which had Quinn Conlan, Jake Stelmack, Garrett Swanson and Hayden Edwards as defensive standouts.
SWSC U-14 GIRLS
Lakewood/Celoron Moose Lodge Southwestern 3 blanked Frewsburg Eckman Insurance, 6-0.
Alicia Rensel led the winners with three goals and Macey Lundmark, Caylee Shelters and Rebecca Caruso netted one apiece.
Kelly Emerson, Erika LoPresti, Abigail Dubek and Mackenzie Munson were the goalkeepers for Frewsburg.
FAST U-17 BOYS
Steven Kanicki scored a pair of goals and Brandon Curtis netted a single goal as Forecon topped the Frewsburg Pharmacy, 3-1. Trevor Dykstra was the goalie.
FAST U-10 GIRLS
Ames Insurance beat McDonald's, 3-1.
Alyssa Holdridge had two goals for Ames and Rachael Ward had one.
Audrey Ducat scored for McDonald's.
FAST U-8 BOYS
Alex MacCallan scored the only goal in the 1-0 victory for Boatworks of Bemus Point over Jeremy's Belview.
Connor Reagle and Jake Wozniake were the defensive stickouts for the winners.
For Bel-View, Karsan DePasquale and Kadan Myers were the MVPs having stopped many shots by the Boatworks.
JAYS U-8 GIRLS
The Kiwanis Club got by AJ's Texas Hots, 3-2.
For the winners, Kiersten Horton, Madison Smith, Ericka Amidon were the goal scorers while Smith, Kylie Luce, Alexis Wofford and Horton combined in goal for the victory.
Jolie Fitch and Jaylyn Fred scored for AJ's and the goalies were Olivia Kubera, Payton Horton, Lizzie Delong and Leanne Stafford.
Bodell, Overcash & Anderson posted a 4-1 win over Patient's Pharmacy.
For the winners, Kira Christiansen, Mia Brown, Abby Peterson and Emma Garvin scored one goal apiece while Darien Butts, Haley Wright, Peyton Sanford and Bailee Carlson shared the victory in the net.
For Patient's Pharmacy, Alayna Johnson scored the team's lone goal and the goaltending crew consisted of Adriana Platt, Haileigh Rhodes, Nayla Torres and Alexandria Clemente.
Bodell, Overcash & Anderson battled Allstate Insurance to a 2-2 tie on Tuesday night.
Emma Garvin tallied twice for the winners while Aliaya Graham scored both goals for Allstate Insurance.
Aliva Schilling, Paytonn Horton and Lizzy DeLong scored goals as AJ's Texas Hots blanked Domino's Pizza, 4-0.
The goalies for AJ's were Megan Kubera,. Jolie Fitch, Breanda Lirtzen and Drake.
Domino's netminders were Gabrielle Pocca, Emma Birt, Marissa Fiorella and Allison McNally.
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Jillian Rea scored the lone goal in Domino's Pizza 1-0 verdict over Allstate Insurance.
Cora Blodien, Saige Conyer, Skyela Banse-Fay and Mackenzie Miller were the goalies that fashioned the shutout.
Emily Coy, Julia Paxton, Alyssa Patterson and Brianna Hetrick were the tough-luck goalies in the setback.
JAYS U-10 GIRLS
Led by Alice Moffatt's two goals, Sertoma Club overwhelmed Pizza Express, 8-0.
Gia Slaughter, Malaka Slaughter, Deanna Huntington, Emma Pumford, Caylee Peterson and Danika Tibbetts each had a goal for Sertoma Club.
Recording the shutout were Sophia Nguer, Madeline Becker, Malaka Slaughter and Jaycee Flagg.
In defeat, the goalies were Lauren Grissom, Courtnee Peterson, Abbey Maloney and Kailey Marra.
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Taylor Bower scored two goals and Ireland Hagglund one as Guppy's Tavern beat Dr. Daniels, 3-1.
Ashley Carlson averted the shutout for Dr. Daniels against the goal tending of Anna Clare Tarapacki, Sierra Brown, Lily Gustafson and Rachel Ekstrom.
For Guppy's, the net was shared by Sophia Walter, Skyler Ownbey, Jocelyn Estabrook and Maddie Surrena.
JAYS U-15 GIRLS
The Post Journal topped Dole Studios, 4-2.
Corrine Edwards scored three goals for The Post-Journal and Courtney Smith had one. Tori Dallas had both goals for Dole.
In net for The P-J were Maggie Spencer, Abigail Matteson, Hannah Wendling and Marisa Slaughter. In goal for Dole were Dallas, Samantha Rushford, Taylor Smith and Ashley Butman.
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Jamestown Savings Bank downed Trussalo & Company, 3-1.
Scoring for JSB were Hannah Wells, Brianna Haskins, and Mikayla Heath.
Brittany Ingerson had the goal for Trussalo.
Goalies for JSB were Tinisha DeJesus, Haskins, Kendra Ormsby and Heath. In goal for Trussalo were Sierra Davis, Alexis Grissom, Karigan Walker and Ingerson.
JAYS U-15 BOYS
Devan Jackson connected for the hat trick and Charles Thomas added two as Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo easily topped AT & T Mobility, 7-1.
Patrick Wilson and Blake Terry scored the other goals for the law firm while the netminders were Chris Germonto, Brett McMurdy and Thomas.
Damien Jackson spoiled the shutout while in net were Ryan Sandberg, Vidal Colon and Kanin Tanner in the loss.
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Mitchell Harmon tallied twice, Michael Andalora, Kody Danielson, Hunter Greenawalt and Matt Myers once when Peppy Dental took care of Kendall Club, 7-1.
Tyler Anderson avoided the whitewash against goalies Jacob Millward, Myers, Andalora and Danielson.
Nick Bigney, Carter Stam, Jaidyn Conyer and Anderson were in goal for the Kendall Club.
JAYS U-6 GIRLS
Timbits Teal and Timbits Purple tied, 2-2.
The two Teal goals were scored by Quinn Johnson and the goalies were Kenzie Carpenter, Cloey Linn, Quinn Johnson and Ella Storms.
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Karryne Mims had all three goals when the Tim Hortons Purple Timbits blanked the Tim Hortons Blue Timbits, 3-0.
Olivia Michael, Madelyn Petscher, Emma Giuffre and Karlie Rock were in goal for the Purple.
In the loss, the goalies were Kayla Lutgen, Molly Maloney, Aleix Ackley and Natalie Dossey.
JAYS U-10 GIRLS
Peppy Dental topped Embroidered Designs By Debbie, 2-0.
Goals for Peppy Dental were scored by Jessica Susz and Isabella Arnold. The goalies were Lilly Melquist, Taryn Caldwell, Olivia Pinciaro,and Jessica Susz.
The goalies for Embroidered Design were Allisa Shimmel, Brianna Stone, Breeannah Brown and Haley Spencer.
JAYS U-11 BOYS
The Chautauqua-Aerie Eagles Lodge edged Lutheran Social Services, 2-1, behind goals from Quincy Turner and Evan Hanna.
Hanna, Simon Ferringer, Taylor Crofoot and Jordan Russo combined in the nets for the winners while Daniel Cardinale was the defensive standout.
Avante Hicks scored the lone goal for LSS.
FAYS U-6 COED
Lobb's Mobil rolled to an 11-0 win over Ted's Auto thanks to Brayden Lobb and Trey Laska, who led the offensive attack with four goals apiece. Ava Jimerson added two goals and Aleh Bjork netted one goal.
Lobb, Laska, Ava Jimerson, Bjork, Payton Jimerson and Addison Hultberg teamed up for the Victory in goal.
FAYS U-8 BOYS
Keywell shutout Garrett Kay Homes, 1-0, as Harrison Patti scored the lone goal.