JAYS U-8 GIRLS
The Kiwanis Club posted a 4-1 victory over Allstate.
Mia Delong and Kirsten Horton each tallied a pair of goals for the winners while Horton, Emma Higbee and Telana Slaughter made a contribution in goal.
Mia Delong of Kiwanis breaks through the Allstate Insurance defense during JAYS Under-8 girls action on Thursday night. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Rob Tucker
For Allstate, Alyia Graham was the goal scorer.
AJ's Texas Hots shut out Patient's Pharmacy, 5-0, as Jaylyn Fred had a huge night with four goals and Jolie Fitch contributed a solo goal.
Sharing time in the net for winners were Megan Kubera, Fitch and Sophia Dumaine.
For Patient's Pharmacy, the goalie roster included Chloe Wilson, Emma Westley, Adriana Platt and Haileigh Rhodes.
JAYS U-10 GIRLS
Peppy Dental posted a 5-0 shutout over Pizza Express.
Olivia Picharo led the way for the winners with two goals while Jessica Susz, Isabella Arnold and Madison Karash all netted one goal. The goalkeepers were Karash, Arnold, Nadine Glover and Chelsea Lyons.
For Pizza Express, Courtnee Peterson, Emily Ryberg, Kayla Hutchison and AJ Maloney made contributions in goal.
Quick Solution blanked Embroidered Design By Debbie, 2-0, as Giovanna Calamunci and Gioconda Calamunci each knocked in a goal.
Giovanna Calamunci also shared the net with Korryne Capizzi, Brianna Tuozzo,and Alexa Swanson.
For Embroidered Design By Debbie, Hailey Spencer, Alyssa Johnson and Chloe Eastham were the goalies.
JAYS U-6 GIRLS
The Tim Hortons Yellow Timbits topped the Green Timbits, 4-2.
Scoring for the Yellow team were Kayla Eddy with a pair of goals and Allison Dalton, and Alexis Rizzo both netted one goal each.
Kaitlyn Cusimano, Elizabeth Patterson, Dalton and Rizzo combined in the net for the win.
For the Green team, Ella Propheter and Jayden Griffin were the goal scorers and sharing time in goal were Allison Latona, McKenzie Cuifolo, Natalya Scoma and Jasmine Lopez.
The Tim Hortons Sky Blue Timbits shut out the Teal Timbits, 4-0.
Ariel Sanfilippo led the offense with two goals and Morgan Maloney and Kayla Lutgen each scored one goal for the Sky Blue team and Sanfilippo joined with Sydney Maggio, Emma Krzanak and Alexis Ackley in minding the net for the win.
The goaltenders for the Teal team were Mallory Atwater, Kenzie Carpenter, Cloey Linn, and Janessa Fred.
JAYS U-15 BOYS
The Jamestown Kendall Club topped Peppy Dental, 7-2, with Patrick Wilson coming through with the hat trick. Zac Butts added two goals and Joey Mazzurco had one goal.
The winning combination of goalies included Kanin Tanner, Ryan Sandberg, Tyler Sopko and Butts.
Scoring goals for Peppy Dental were Kody Danielson and Adam Phillips.
AT&T Mobility got by Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo, 6-5, with Matthew D'Amore and Devan Jackson netting two goals apiece and Travis Fye and Damien Jackson both added single goals.
For Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo, Korbyn Nelson produced two goals while Austin Harmon, Mitchell Harmon and Carter Stam each connected for one goal.
JAYS U-15 GIRLS
The Post-Journal rolled to an 8-1 victory over Trussalo & Company.
Courtney Smith, Kaley Capizzi and Teanna Morano each netted a pair of goals while Mackenzie Abbey had one goal.
Sharing the win in goal were Abbey, Morano, Smith, and Marissa Slaughter.
Ashlen Meabon scored the lone goal for Trussalo & Company.
Jamestown Savings Bank downed Dole Studios, 3-1, thanks to solo goals by Ashley Andalora, Brittany Lord, and Teyha Wright.
The goaltenders for JSB included Tinisha DeJesus, Wright, and Angelique Ortiz.
Miranda Twitchel found the net for Dole Studios while Alexis Grissom, Keiona Nance, Paige Staffor and DaAsia Piscitelli spilt time in the net.
FAYS U-6 COED
Signature Sealcoat edged Greg Mackie's Appliance, 2-1.
Ethan Patti and Braelyn Stelmack scored one goal apiece for Signature Sealcoat and the winning goalies included Lucas Torres, Mark Carvella, Stelmack, Olivia Clement, Lucas Eckman, Olivia Hallenbeck and Patti.
For Greg Mackie's Appliance, Allysa Dahlgren scored the teams's lone goal.
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Grace Conlan and Trey Laska divided four goals as Lobb's Mobil prevailed over Rand Machine, 7-2.
Brayden Lobb, Ava Jimerson and Aleah Bjork had the other Lobb's scores.
Jon Alianell scored both goals for Rand Machine.
Goalies for Lobb's were Taytum Jimerson, Madison Hultberg, Xander Pitts, Ava Jimerson, Laska and Conlan.
FAYS U-8 GIRLS
The Post-Journal shut out the Garvey Shutterbugs, 6-0.
Kendal Sohl led the way with a pair of goals and Rachael Kehrli, Raena Bird, Kendal Savannah Mills and Reagan Chitester each netted solo goals in the victory. The collective goaltending effort included Sydney Golden, Samantha Reale, Peyton Yost and Chitester.
Splitting time in the net for the Shutterbugs were Sonna Alm, Taylor Ingrao, Abby Sweeney and Kyla Renzi.
Kersey & Associates edged VanEvery & Lundberg, 2-1, thanks to a pair of goals by Ava Hultberg.
Kaylee Rein, Makenna McBride, Alex Hultburg and Sam Annis shared time in the net for the winners.
For VanEvery & Lundberg, the goal scorer was Tess Spangenburg and the goaltending crew consisted of Brailyn Paladino, Miranda McKane, Sam Snow and Makenzie Hills.
Domino's Pizza got by Bodell, Overcash & Anderson, 2-0, as Hannah Grey and Mackenzie Miller each scored one apiece.
The combination of Jillian Rea, Claire Conti, Cora Blodien and Gabrielle Pocza earned the win in goal.
The goalkeepers for Bodell, Overcash & Anderson were Bailee Carlson, Darien Butts, Hailey Wright and Kira Christensen.
BAYSO U-14 GIRLS
The Horseshoe Inn posted a 6-2 victory over Southwestern 3, thanks to a hat trick by Katie Thorson. Katie Braund also contributed two goals and Adrianna Carlson had one goal.
The winning goalie was Samantha Mason.
FAST U-14 GIRLS
Emma Steele and Samarie Waddington tallied goals as Dom's Mobil from Falconer won over Eckman Insurance from Frewsburg, 2-0.
Emily Brown, Katie Jaroszynski and Waddington were the goalies who posted the shutout.
For Eckman's, Hannah Abbott, Randi Dahlgren and Jenna Eckman were in goal.
FAST U-10 GIRLS
Ames Insurance blanked Frewsburg's Dr. Daniels, 6-0, and the goal scorers were Rachael Ward, Ashley Newman, Ashley Curtis, Sarah Disbro, Ashlyn Harvey and Ashtyn Warner.
FAST U-8 BOYS
Garrett-Kay Homes and Jeremy's Bel-View battled to a scoreless tie.
The goalkeepers for Garrett-Kay Homes were Collin Mitchener, Carson Olson, Devin Austin, and Alex Hudson and Adam Boardman was named as the outstanding player of the game.
For Jeremy's Bel-View, Devin Dabic, Kadan Meyers, Zachary Stofko and Dakota Giambelluca made contributions in the net as Gavyn Wood earned outstanding player honors.
FAST U-6 COED
The Tim Hortons Sky Blue Timbits shut out the Orange Timbits, 3-0.
Katelyn Hagstrom led the Sky Blue team with two goals and Patrick Holberg added another goal. Chelsea Trapani was honored as the player of the game.
Scoring for the Orange team was Luke Vandevelde and Luke Muscarella was named the outstanding player.
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The Southern Tier Optometry Visionaries beat Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo, 3-1.
Samuel Kautzman, Declan Kennedy and Seth Vaughn scored for the winners and the defensive standout was Kayla Witruke.
The Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo goal was scored by Kaylynn Carnes and the defensive stars were Brooke Long and Payton Ryan.
SWSC U-14 GIRLS
Caylee Shelters had two goals and Macey Lundmark one as Celoron Moose (Southwestern 3) nipped Elements Salon & Spa Divas (Southwestern 1), 3-2.
Makayla Euscher was the winning goalie. Alexis Hayes and Nicole Johnson scored for the Elements and the goalies were Taylor Dewey and Carlie Bernhardt.
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Kayla Conway scored the only goal as Finn's Auto Repair (Southwestern 2) edged Southwestern 1, 1-0.
Amy Nelson and Lacy Johnson were flawless in the goal for the winners.
Alexis Hayes and Nicole Johnson were the goalies in defeat.
Jillian Lawton was the offensive standout for Finn's while Emily Morton excelled offensively and Karlie Bernhardt defensively for Southwestern 1.
SWSC U-13 BOYS
Erik Johnson shined with four goals as Tri-James blanked Falconer, 6-0.
Derek Bower and Ryan Parker contributed one goal apiece while Matt Lundsten and Danny Prewitt partnered for another shutout in goal. The defensive player of the game was Nathan Mogenhan.
For Falconer, the defensive player of the game was Sam Dolan and the offensive star and goalkeeper was Christian Anderson.
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The Southwestern Soccer Jedis defeated Southwestern One, 3-1.
Goal scorers for the Jedi were Justin Morris, Dominic Certo and Dustin Bernhardt. The defensive player of the game for the Jedi was Ken Lockhart.
Jack Brinkley scored for Southwestern One and Nate Barone was defensive player of the game.
SWSC U-6 COED
Heidi Swan-Lueze scored and Bohdan Wendel added a pair of goals as the New York State Police Little Troopers took on Sterling Optical.
Sophia Segrue and Izzy Balcom earned the hustle award and Lily Benedetto received defensive honors for the Little Troopers.
For Sterling Optical, Joslyn Brown and McKenna Bogdanowicz scored, Carmello Fitzpatrick earned the hustle award and Aysia Reed was the defensive player of the game.
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Clayton Fairbank, Chase Hartnett and Azliyah Perkins scored goals as Nissan Leaf prevailed over Community Bank, 3-1.
Jaxon Faulk scored the only goal for Community Bank.
Defensive standouts for the winners are Noel Alexander and Marilee Stanz while for CC it was Leitha Sischo and John Conley.
SWSC U-8 BOYS
Sparked by Jared Pearson with three goals, Pure Earth Resources topped Chautauqua Mechanical, 8-0.
Jack Swan connected twice while scoring once were Josh Truver, Zack Rhodes and Jed Hirliman.
Dontae Hoose was the defensive standout for the winners.
SWSC U-10 GIRLS
The Regal Service Roadrunners topped Frewsburg 2.
Emily Phelps, Sarah Bellardo, Emily Lyon, Gwen Colley and Hanna Johnson scored for the Roadrunners.
For Frewsburg 2, Kaylee Constantino did an outstanding job in goal and Lydia Sadowski and Kaylee Rolfe were both recognized for outstanding efforts on the field.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-6
Lewis Construction edged Storer's Containers, 3-2, with Trent Lewis scoring the hat trick.
Ace Pierce scored the goals for Storer's Containers.
Pavlock Construction defeated JS Auto Supply, 5-2.
Kole Davis scored two goals while Zachary Kimber, Easton Berwick and Derrick Runge each had one for the winners.
Anthony Mitchell scored the two goals for JS Auto Supply.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-8
Jamestown Auto Center topped J&J Painting, 6-1.
Isaac Wenger and Drake Pierce each had hat tricks for Jamestown Auto Center.
Erma Jean Wolcott had the lone goal for J&J Painting.
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Forecon Inc. defeated Mary Kay, 4-3.
Braden Lebaron scored the hat trick for Forecon Inc. and Riley Schroeder scored a goal for the winners.
Nicholas Russo scored two goals and Abigail Harrell one for Mary Kay.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-11
Mom & Pop's Recycling shut out Veracity Benefits, 5-0.
Isabella Ruiz scored two goals and Noah Richner, Tayler Austin and Austin Johns one each.
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Valley Tire blanked Valley Shack, 3-0.
Cameron Anderson scored two goals and Hayden Coulcher-Hobbs one for Valley Tire.
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Precision Web Tech, Inc. shut out Superior Energy, 7-0.
Mack Mikula scored four goals while Meghan LeBaron scored two and Dalton McIntyre one for Precision.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-15
Andersen Cuddihy Inc. edged Valley Motor Sports, 2-1.
Kyle Morey and Taylor Anderson scored a goal each for Andersen Cuddihy Inc.
Heidi Lauer had the lone goal for Valley Motor Sports.
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Gerry Free Methodist Church shut out Barmore Sellstrom, 6-0.
Donald Erwin and Zachary Myers each had hat tricks for the win.