FAST U-6 COED
The Teal Timbits topped Yellow Timbits, 5-1.
Brandon Keefe was the top scorer with two goals while Nolen Grey, Brayden Scott and Lou Sopak each scoring one a piece. Marlei Armstrong, Kayla Lynn and Autumn Lynn were in goal for the win.
Gavin Warner of the Yellow Timbits breaks away from the pack during FAST Under-6 Coed action on Monday. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Rob Tucker
Gavin Warner scored for the Yellow Timbits while Bradley Doud, Emily Swan, Ethan Swan, J.C. Hannon and Jacob Roth were all in the net.
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The Red Timbits and the Blue Timbits played to a 1-1 tie.
Katelyn Hagstrom scored for the Blue Timbits while Emily Payne scored the for the Red Timbits.
In goal for the Red Timbits were Josiah Sprague, Hannah Hunter, Alyssa Spitale, Brynn Helms, Brent Troutman and Matthew Erskine. Brent Troutman was named Outstanding Player for the Red Timbits.
FAST U-8 GIRLS
Tess Spangenburg netted five goals, Emma Griffith and Samantha Snow added one apiece and VanEvery and Lundberg outlasted The Post-Journal, 7-6.
Kendall Sohl scored five times and Jaycee Cappa once in defeat.
BAYSO U-10 BOYS
JAMA Surgery topped Hallenbeck Gold & Silver, 13-1, thanks to a pair of hat tricks by Darius Jones and Adam Chang. Sammy Cummings also scored twice and Kevin Ruhlman Tristan Loomis, Adam Marsh, Aiden Reagle and Brenden Russo all had one goal apiece.
Russo, Cummings, Loomis and Ruhlman shared the victory in goal.
For Hallenbeck's, Nick Mason scored the lone goal.
BAYSO U-12 GIRLS
The Honeycomb Salon shut out Falconer, 6-0, behind four goals from Adrianna Carlson and one each from Sarah Berg and Jenna Nocero.
Riley Farnham, Samantha Elleman, Carlson and Meghann Nolan combined in the nets to hold Falconer scoreless.
BAYSO U-6 BOYS
The Tim Hortons Royal Blue Timbits edged the Grey Timbits, 2-1.
For the Royal Blue team, Owen Kearney netted a pair of goals while the goaltenders included Liam Hamilton-Kraft, Aiden Senear, Hayden Rogers-Olson and Brady Wetherby.
Patrick Spencer scored for the Grey team with Hunter Wilburn, Isaac Senaltra, Cody Delcamp and Jordan Richards contributing in goal.
BAYSO U-8 GIRLS
Tasta Pizza won over Kersey & Associates, 5-0.
Megan Fischer came though with two goals for the winners while scoring one each were Courtney Martin, Gloria Marsh, and Anna Tranum. The shutout goalies were Abby Brunenavs, Courtney Martin, Bailey Fain and Alexandra Daniels.
The goalies for Kersey & Associates were Hannah Forbes, Hannah Eckert, Makenna McBride and Alaina Rosengren.
SWSC U-6 COED
The Wing City Winglets defeated Mike's Nursery.
For the Winglets, Breauna Bull was a goal scorer and was named as an offensive player of the game along with Cooper Strong. Javier Gonzalas and Isabella Strong were the defensive standouts.
Rylan Wagner and Matthew Lefler were offensive stars for Mike's Nursery and the defensive stars were Ty Henry and Alexander Barmore.
SWSC U-10 BOYS
WNY Urology defeated Tri James.
Spencer Kane, Jack White, Michael Dixon and Max Vaughn were the offensive stars for WNY Urology and the defensive standout was Declan Brown.
Tyler Yocum led the Tri-James offense and the defensive leaders were Matthew Dallas and Cameron Calimeri.
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Jamestown Internet Marketing Galaxies handed Falconer Funeral Home a 4-0 shutout.
Cameron Barmore had two goals for the winners while Bryce Deering and Michael Carnes each netted one goal and the defensive player of the game was Cameron Lunz.
Hudson Johnson, Jacob Booth and Jordan Comber shared the goalkeeping chores for Falconer Funeral Home.
SWCS U-8 GIRLS
Kia Cheetahs tied with Wendy's Hamburger Hornets, 2-2.
For Kia, Natalee Doepp and Anna Rauh scored the goals. The top defensive players were Alexis Marotto and Taiton James.
The Hornets goals were scored by Ellie Lawton and Maddie Lisciandro. Madison Cresanti stood out on defense.
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The Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union topped Pizza Hut, 7-2, with Mia Turnbull producing the hat trick, Morgan Torrey netted two goals and Melessa Devore and Emma Lord each had one goal. Ivory Jones and Ellie Felton shared the win in goal and both were named as the defensive stars.
For Pizza Hut, Emma Jovanne and Liz Kane scored one goal each and Juliana Graham was in the net.
SWSC U-17 BOYS
Southwestern Tri-James Servicing topped BAYSO Marsh Tree and Landscaping, 6-2.
Hunter Mohney recorded a hat trick while teammates Michael O'Brien, Patrick Radka and Joseph Lindberg tallied a goal apiece.
Tanner Newman was the winning goaltender.
For BAYSO, Brandon Greiner and Josh Plymel split the goals.
JAYS U-8 BOYS
IBEW Local 106 shut out Jamestown Elks, 4-0.
Daniel Kirschman, Julian McGaughy, Colton Armella and Mason Jones scored the goals and the shutout goaltenders were Steven Dewey, McGaughy, Kirschman and Armella.
The Elks' goalies were Bradley Bennett, Douglas Beardsley, Caleb Micciche and Hunter Shilling.
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True Value topped Sloan-Melhuish, 3-1 as Aiden Bonta scored twice and Coleson Barber added a solo goal.
The winning goalies included Ryan Fitzgerald, Jesse Shults, Bonta and Paxton Faulk.
Ben Anderson scored for Sloan-Melhuish and was supported in the net by Caleb Bane, Aiden Nichols, Emmitt Maker and Evan Sharp.
Cattaraugus County Bank, defeated NAPA Gold, 3-1.
For CCB, the goal scorers were Trey Drake Ian McIntosh and Elijah Stone, who split time in goal with Bradley Galeazzo, Kameron Milton and Justin Vanstrom.
Taylor Kiendl scored NAPA Gold's lone goal and the goal-tending was handled by James Wilburn, Jaymin Morano, Adam Dossey and Damon Tanner.
JAYS U-6 BOYS
The Peacock Blue Timbits edged the Purple Timbits, 1-0
Zachary Marra scored the goal and the shutout goaltenders were Keith Miller, Jayden Williams, Zachary Marra and Dale Hallowell
The Purple Timbits goalies were Jacob Horton, Cole Johnson, Cameron Micciche and Bishop Butts.
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The Maroon Timbits shut out the Apple Green Timbits, 3-0.
Lucas Brown scored all three goals and the winning goalies were Caleb Piazza, Xavier Hines, Conner Pratt and Aiden Devereaux.
The Apple Green goalies were Damien Marucci, Ayden Hagelin, Leonardo Tehan and Anthony Hughes.
JAYS U-11 BOYS
Shults Auto Group topped the Trophy House, 6-2.
Jayden Shults and Kaleb Steward had three goals each and the winning goaltenders were Kyle Christensen, Tage Roehm, Kaleb Steward and Kameron Rhoades.
Joey Southwell and Alex Gleason scored for the Trophy House and its goalies were Alex Sharpe, Gleason, Alex Swanson and Southwell.
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Chautauqua Aerie Eagles shut out the Morton Club, 4-0, led by the hat trick by Quincy Turner. Jordan Crofoot added a solo tally and the goaltenders were Demarri Jones, Bradley Kightlinger, Gabrial Colon and Evan Hanna. Colon was also honored as the defensive standout.
For the Morton Club, Kylen Faulkner, John Susz and Kaden Blake shared time in goal.
JAYS U-12 GIRLS
Reeds Jewelry topped JAMA, 5-1.
Lauren Raymond had two goals for the winners while and Alexandra Stone, Arionna Rhone, and Hannah Smith had one apiece. In goal were Raymond, Smith, and Haylee Walker. Sydney Robinson was defensive player of the game for Reeds.
Scoring for JAMA was Paige Conklin. In goal were Micaley Wiltsie, Alexandra Wells, Madalyn Anderson and Zara miles.
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Wofford Apartments battled AFSCME to a 3-3 tie.
Alexis McMurdy, Ellie DeLeon and Makyia Thomas scored for Wofford Apartments while Asha Deharder, DeLeon, Jocelyn Howser and Kasha Milliman tended goal.
Havalynn Saunders led AFSCME with a pair of goals, Kayla Whitmore scored once and Sarah Russo, Whitmore, Rebekka Veres and Alyson Edwards were the goalies.