JAYS U-15 BOYS
Fessenden, Laumer, and DeAngelo handled Peppy Dental, 9-2, in a rain shortened contest.
Zac Butts and Devan Jackson each delivered hat tricks for the winners while Kanin Tanner had two goals and Matthew Myers one.
Jacob Millward and Carter Stam scored one apiece in defeat.
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Jamestown Kendall Club tied AT&T Mobile, 2-2.
Patrick Wilson scored twice for Jamestown and Zack Schupp and Adam Phillips one apiece for AT&T.
For Jamestown, Joe Mazzurco, Austin Harmon, Armando Colon and Wilson were the goalies.
For AT&T, Ryan Sandberg, Jacob Harmon and Adam Phillips shared duties in the nets.
JAYS U-10 GIRLS
Rosa Rodriguez, Jacqueline Evans, Kayla Pacheco and Alexa Swanson combined in net to hold Pizza Express scoreless and lead Quick Solutions to a 4-0 victory.
Giovanna Calamunci and Alexa Swanson tallied for the winners.
For Pizza Express, Mollie Lundberg, Haili Herb, Ayanna Rlome and Sara Beebe were the goalies.
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Embroidered Designs by Debbie defeated Jamestown Pediatrics, 5-2.
Jaclyn Bush had three goals and Brianna Stone and Emily Hall one apiece to lead the winners. Stone, Haley Spencer, Chloe Eastman and Katelyn Oste were the goalies for Embroidered Design.
Patience Glatt and Allie Brown scored for Jamestown and teammates Kendra Nickerson, Kourtney Leeper, Shaer Fiddmont and Brianna Bagley were the goalies.
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Alice Moffatt, Jaycee Flagg and Caylee Peterson each scored when Sertoma Club bested Peppy Dental, 3-0.
Avryiana Conyer-Atwater, Claire Pumford, Danika Tibbetts and Breanna Hill were the winning goaltenders.
For Peppy Dental, Christina Peppy, Isabella Arnold, Tanisha Smith and Nadine Glover spilt time in goal.
JAYS U-8 GIRLS
Kierston Horton and Mia DeLong scored goals as Kiwanis edged Domino's, 2-1.
Mackenzie Miller avoided the shutout for Domino's.
In goal for the winners were Desiree Barr, Teland Slaughter, Abigail Roof and Ericka Amidon.
For Domino's, Clare Conti, Haylee Weilacher, Hannah Grey and Sara Randolph were the goalies.
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Lea Rae Walker was the only player to dent the scoreboard when Patients Pharmacy edged Allstate Insurnance, 1-0.
Mia Heggarty, Anikka Coulter, Alyzza Zuech and Alayna Johnson were goalies for the winners.
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AJ's Texas Hots edged Bodell, Overcash, and Anderson, 2-1, behind goals from Jolie Fitch and Lizzie DeLong and the strong goaltending of Jaylyn Fred, Marley Drake, Ava Hagelin and Sophia Dumaine.
For Bodell, Emma Garvin scored the team's lone goal and aided in goal with Kira Christensen, Celia Sumner and Hailey Wright.
JAYS U-6 GIRLS
The Gray Timbits beat the Yellow Timbits, 5-1.
Darianna Barr had a hat trick to lead the Gray while teammate Olivia Michael chipped in with two goals.
Madelyn Petscher, Barr, Karlee Rock and Emma Guiffre were the Gray goalies and Clarissa Bouge was the defensive player of the game.
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Outstanding goaltending on both sides resulted in the Timbits Teal battling the Timbits Red to a scoreless tie.
Emma Olson, Abrielle Monaghan, Sydnee Williamson and Olivia Engstrom were the goalies for Teal while Kalie Smith, Madison Hill, McKenzie Westley and Abbie Derby were the netminders for Red.
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Timbits Kelly Green defeated Timbits Sky Blue, 3-0, as Jayden Griffin recorded the hat trick and Ella Propheter, Griffin, Natalya Scoma and Jasmine Goulding-Lopez were the winning goalies.
For Sky Blue, Nichole Iacuzzo, Alexis Hughan, Kamryn Higgs and Morgan Maloney were the goaltenders.
JAYS U-6 BOYS
Owen Kearney had a hat trick in the first period as Tim Hortons Royal Timbits took a 7-0 decision from the Tim Hortons Maroon Timbits.
Lliam Hamilton-Kraft scored twice, and Aiden Senear and Owen Slojkowski once each for the winners.
FAST U-14 GIRLS
Emily Brown and Samarie Waddington recorded the goals as Dom's Mobil blanked RS Motors, 2-0.
Brown, Hannah Jaroszynski and Katie Waddington were the goalies who combined for the win.
Allison and Abbey Warner, Sydney Moore and Valerie Rensel played goal in defeat.
FAST U-10 GIRLS
Alex Peterson, Rachael Ward and Sarah Disbro led Ames Insurance (Falconer 1) to a 3-0 win over Pizza Hut (Falconer 2).
FAST U-6 COED
Ethyn Gilbert scored for Tim Hortons Green Timbits and Patrick Holmberg tallied for Tim Hortons Blue in the 1-1 deadlock.
Evan Newman was the Player of the Game for the Green Timbits.
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Kayla Lynn and Brandon Keefe scored two goals each and Nolan Gret and Brayden Scott had one apiece when the Teal Timbits topped the Orange Timbits, 6-0.
In net for the Orange Timbits were Luke Vanevelde, Damen Vincent, Kaylee Fiedler, Lillian Brooks and Khloe Livingood. Kaitlyn Swan was the player of the game.
SWSC U-13 BOYS
Justin Morris, Wyatt Perry, Vinny Certo, Alex Card, Brandon McCaslin and Dustin Bernhardt did the scoring for the Jedis in a 9-0 victory over the Frewsburger.
Nathan Radka was the defensive standout for the winners.
Quinn Conlan, Garrett Swanson, Jake Stelmack and Hayden Edwards were the goalies for the Frewsburger.
SWSC U-10 BOYS
Nate Card and Jack White were the offensive standouts and Garrett Swan the defensive standout when Urology Wizards defeated the JMI Concrete Crushers.
For the Crushers, Patrick Kelly stood out offensively and Ben Livingston defensively.
SWSC U-10 GIRLS
Regal Service Roadrunners topped Guppy's Tavern, 6-1.
Kylee Dibble had a hat trick, Hannah Johnson scored twice and Gwen Colley once for the winners. Sarah Bellardo, Johnson, Emily Phelps and Colley tended goal.
For Guppy's, Sydney Griener scored the team's lone goal while Anna Tarapacki, Taylor Bower, Lily Gustufson and Rachel Ekstrom were the netminders.
SWSC U-6 COED
Alex Barmore and Jenica Jones tallied two goals as Mike's Nursery topped McDonald's, 4-2.
Ty Henry was the best hustler, Brianna Lilley and Sebastian Tilaro the top offensive players and Abbey Galati and Rylan Wagner the leading defensive players for Mike's.
Olivia Allen and Carter Brink were selected offensive standouts for McDonald's. Caleb Blake and Julia Meyers were chosen on defense.
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Abraham Wolf hit the back of the net five times, Winnie Wolf scored twice, Brady Lindstrom once and Lakeshore Paving outlasted Larson Orthopedic Bracers, 8-5.
Kelly Lindstrom was the defensive standout for the winners.
For Larson, Anthony Powell scored twice and was named the defensive standout while teammates Jaidyn Newhouse, Brody Larson and Lucy Colburn tallied a goal apiece.
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Community Bank toppled Wing City, 3-0.
Nathan Alexander, Trey Faulk and Jonas Gesing scored and Jaxson Faulk was the defensive standout for Community Bank.
For Wing City, Gracie Anderson and Reese McGaffick were the offensive standouts and Javier Gonzales and Isabella Loomis were the defensive players of the game.
FAYS U-10 GIRLS
Maddie Surrena found the range twice, Maddie Huggins and Skyler Ownbey once as Dr. Daniels prevailed over Sweet Repeats, 4-1.
Grace Proctor had the lone goal in the loss against goalies Madison Caflisch, Sydney Stroth, Ashley Carlson and Julia Peterson.
FAYS U-8 BOYS
Frewsburg Keywell dropped Jeremy's Bel-View, 5-2, with Joel McLaughlin scoring twice, and Ryan Gordon, Harrison Patti, and Zach Carr one each.
Devan Dabic and Brodie Little had a goal in the loss.
FAYS U-6 COED
Corinne McLaughlin, Harrison Eckert and Brendan Devereaux found the range as Jay Eckert Construction prevailed over Signature Sealcoating, 3-1.
Lucas Eckman recorded the only goal in the loss against the goal keeping of Emily Youngberg, Sariah Paul, Harrison Eckert, James Luhman, McLauglin and Devereaux.
In goal in the setback were Olivia Clement, Ryan Eckman, Lucas Torres-Carvella, Braelyn Stelmack, Lucas Eckman and Ethan Patti.
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Lobb's Mobile blanked Ted's Auto Sale, 7-0, behind four goals from Ava Jimerson and one apiece from Grace Conlan, Brayden Lobb and Taytum Jimerson.
Lobb, Ava and Taytum Jimerson, Trey Laska, Xander Pitts and Addison Hultberg combined in the nets for the shutout.
BAYSO U-14 GIRLS
Katie Thorson's five goals guided Horseshoe Inn past Frewsburg, 8-0.
Katie Braund added two goals and Jenne Nocero one with an assist by Lauren Franczak.
Samantha Mason was flawless in goal.
BAYSO U-12 GIRLS
Adrianna Carlson had three goals, Sky Tarapacki two, Samantha Elleman and Meghann Nolan one each and Honeycomb Salon defeated Frewsburg, 8-1.
Tarapacki, Elleman, Nolan and Riley Farnham were the winning goalies.
The SW Catts won the championship by taking care of FAST, 3-0.
Mikaylynn Tinnerman, Tess Follman and Elizabeth Roosa scored the goals to support the goaltending of Tiffinni Keyes.
Jordyn Jones was in the net for FAST.
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FAST and STP engaged in a 1-1 double overtime tie that went down to penalty kicks with FAST winning, 4-2.
Rhea Moore, Kaylee Keith, Emma Steele and Julia Anderson scored for FAST. Moore scored in regulation from Steele.
Jones saved three penalty kicks for the win.