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Peter Conley, Nathan Alexander, Jaxson Faulk and Jonas Gesing each scored to lead Community Bank by McDonalds, 6-4.
Morgan Faulk and Leigha Sischo were the defensive standouts for the winners.
For McDonalds, Julia Meyers, Carter Brink and Landen Cramer delivered goals and Cooper Degan and Natalie Woods were the defensive players of the game.
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Lakeshore Paving defeated the New York State Police Little Troopers, 4-3.
For the winners, Abraham Wolf scored a hat trick and Brady Lindstrom added a goal while Bella Sirianni earned defensive honors.
Bohdan Weldel, Avery Casselman and Carson Crawford scored for the Little Troopers. Preston Sperry and Yseuldt Balcom earned the hustle award.
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The Royal Blue Timbits tied the Peacock Blue Timbits, 1-1, with Brady Wetherby scoring for Royal Blue and Carsen Bane for Peacock Blue.
Gavin Pantajas, Zachary Marta, Keith Miller and Cyrus Jones were the goaltenders for the Peacock Blue Timbits while Matt Greenland, Owen Kearney, Aiden Sinear and Wetherby were the goalies for Royal Blue.
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Amber Micek and Sydney Moore had a goal each as RS Motors of Falconer shaded Ecklund's Pharmacy of Frewsburg, 2-1.
Grace Bartholomew, Kaitlyn Seaholm, Valerie Rensel and Moore shared the goal keeping duties for RS Motors and allowed only a score by Rachel Johnson in the fourth quarter.
Abigail Abbott, Abigail Doneck and Caylee Lobb were in goal for Ecklund's.
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Jed Hirliman scored two goals and Jared Pearson added another as Pure Earth Resources blanked Bemus Point Dental Center, 3-0.
Jack Swan was outstanding on defense for the winners. The offensive standout for the Dental Center was Ashton Munson and on defense it was Cameron Lemk.
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Mike's Nursery edged Larson Orthodontics, 2-1, behind goals from Sebastian Tilaro and Jenica Jones.
Matt Lefler and Brianna Lilley were the offensive standouts while on defense it was Abbey Galati and Rylan Wagner for Mike's.
Jacob Johnson had the goal, Anthony Powell excelled on offense and Jaidyn Newhouse on defense.
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Macecyn Brown tallied twice and Kaylyn Carnes once as Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo got past Sterling Optical, 2-1.
Brady Leach, Jillian Sharp and Brooke Long were the offensive standouts for the winners.
Adam Woodruff found the range for Sterling Optical while the standouts were Aiden Finnerty on offense and Arrington Restivo on defense.