JAYS U-8 GIRLS
Alivia Shilling, Payton Horton, Lizzie DeLong and Marley Drake scored as AJ's Texas Hots prevailed over Domino's Pizza, 4-0.
Megan Kubera, Jolie Fitch, Breanda Litzen and Drake were the goalies who played flawlessly.
Battle For Ball
From left, Andrew Auer of Bemus Boatworks and Zach Kianos of Jeremy’s Belview battle for the ball in interleague FAST/BAYSO Under-8 boys game. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Scott Reagle
For Domino's, Gabrielle Pocza, Emma Birt, Marissa Fiorella and Alison McNally were in goal.
SWSC U-13 BOYS
Justin Morris, Pat Deming, Wyatt Perry and Dustin Bernhardt were the goal scorers when the Southwestern Jedis downed Falconer Electronics, 7-1.
Alex Card was the Jedis' Player of the Game. Ryan Holdridge scored the lone goal and Christian Anderson was the defensive standout in the loss.
SWSC U-10 GIRLS
Sarah Bellardo tallied a pair of goals, Kylie Dibble added one more and the Regal Service Roadrunners blanked Falconer, 3-0.
Hanna Johnson and Gwen Colley combined for the shutout.
For Falconer, Abbey Mansfield and Keyanna Rosa were the netminders while Kayla Alexander was the squad's player of the game.
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Chautauqua Mechanical and Guppy's Tavern played to a scoreless tie.
Goalies for Chautauqua Mechanical were Raegon Beaver, Kylie Schnars, Erin Wynn and Sawyer Mohney.
In goal for Guppy's were Anna Claire Tarapacki, Ava Crist, Taylor Bower and Lily Gustafson.
SWSC U-6 COED
Matt Lefler tallied twice and Jenica Jones once as Mike's Nursery turned back Lakeshore Paving, 3-0.
Abbey Galati and Brianna Lilly were cited for their defense in the win.
FAST U-14 GIRLS
Emma Steele recorded the hat trick and DeLaine Waddington contributed two goals as Dom's Mobil shut out Southwestern 1, 6-0.
Samarie Waddington had the other tally for the winners, who received goaltending from Emily Brown, Hannah Jaroszynski and Steele.
Taylor Dewey of Southwestern was the top offensive standout while teammates Hannah Girts and Alicia Bellardo were the leading defensive standouts.
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On Thursday, Dom's Mobil edged Southwestern 2, 3-2, as Emma Steele scored twice and Samarie Waddington once.
Kayla Conway and Brittany Fardink connected for goals off the winning goaltending combination of Emily Brown and Steele.