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Jamestown Internet Marketing and WNY Urology tied, 2-2.
Michael Kearnes and Cameron Barmore tallied a goal apiece for Jamestown while Max Vaughn and Drew Keppel were the scorers for WNY Urology.
Elizabeth Lai of Camp Chautauqua kicks the ball out of traffic in recent BAYSO Coed Under-6 action at Ellery Park. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
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Addison Pope was the Jamestown Internet Marketing defensive standout and Declan Brown the standout for WNY Urology.
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Hanna Johnson and Kylie Dibble scored as the Regal Service Roadrunners outlasted the Lady Troopers, 2-1.
Makenzie Besse was the defensive star for the winners.
Megan Swauger scored the lone goal for the Lady Troopers, and Vivian White and Jayden Todd were the defensive standouts.
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Six different players managed goals as McDonald's blanked Frewsburg, 6-0.
Korbin Chase, Audrey Ducat, Isabelle Myers, Tess Morningstar, Sydney Thorpe and Kimberly Truver scored the goals for the winners and Sydney Chau, Christine Deming and Sophia Tallon took care of the net.
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Haydn Swan Leauze and Brianna Parker split the goals when the Tri James Service Lady Crushers blanked Lena's Pizza, 2-0.
Hanna Scholl was the defensive standout for the victors.
Corrine Wilcox and Grace Camarata shared goalkeeping duties in defeat and Paige King was the squad's offensive standout.
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Melissa DeVore scored twice and Morgan Torrey once to lead Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union past Kia, 3-2.
Ivory Jones and Emily Kimball were the defensive standouts in the victory.
For Kia, Natalee Deop and Alexis Marotto split the goals and Taylor Rowin and Ashlynn Swan were the defensive players of the game.
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The Wing City Winglets downed the Larson Orthodontics Bracers.
The offensive star for the Winglets was Cooper Strong, who had multiple goals, and Javier Gonzalas and Mathis Baehr were selected as defensive standouts.
For the Bracers, Brody Larson and Joseph Levendowski shined on offense and the defensive players honored included Lucy Colburn and Siri DuBois.
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The Tim Hortons Peacock Blue Timbits shut out the Orange Timbits, 6-0.
For the Peacock Blue team, Zachary Marra and Carsen Bane led the offense with a pair of goals each and Keith Miller and Noah Rivera had one tally apiece. The winning goalies included Bane, Dale Hallowell, Leon Johnson and Conner Carlson.
The Orange team goalkeepers were Matthew Bigalow, Preston Lanphere, Max Digirlamo and Davier Eaton.
The Grey Timbits defeated the Maroon Timbits, 3-2, with Conner Jukes, Carson Panebianco and Patrick Spencer finding the net. Panebianco and Jukes also split time in goal with Cooper Shelters and Marco LoBello.
For the Maroon team, Lucas Brown and Aiden Devereaux knocked in one goal each and both contributed time in the net with Xavier Hines and Conner Garcia.
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Reed's Jewelers shut out Southside Redemption, 4-0.
Kiera Slaughter scored a pair of goals while Arionna Rhone and Akyra Slaughter connected for one goal apiece.
Sharing the win in the net were Lauren Raymond, Alexa Meabon and Hannah Smith.
For Southside Redemption, the goalkeepers were Rhyanne Dankert, Daniela Sanchez, Julie Bertolini and Mary Jane Diers.
The defensive standout was Haven Pratt.
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The Post-Journal rolled past Dole Studios, 10-2, paced by a hat trick from Ashley Butman.
Corinne Edwards added two more goals and Erin Butman, Kendra Ormsby, Tori Dallas, Courtney Smith and Keiona Nanacew all had one goal each.
In the net for The Post-Journal were Erin Butman, Megan Silsby, Paige Stafford, and Samantha Rushford.
Kasie Foulk and Ashlen Meabon were the goal scorers for Dole and the netminders were Arlyssa Clavell, Chrystal Hardinger, Mebon, and Heather Sisson.
Trussalo & Company earned a 2-1 victory over Jamestown Savings Bank, thanks to goals by Ashley Andalora and Catherine Rogoski. Kaitlen Smith, Hannah Wendling, Andalora, and Ana Card handled the goaltending chores.
Hannah Wells scored the lone goal for JSB and Jillian Myers, Saphire Dean, Marisa Slaughter and Madison Smith contributed as goaltenders.
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AJ's Texas Hots defeated Lutheran Social Services, 3-1.
For the winners, Gavin Bowen scored a pair of goals and Josh Loomis added a solo goal while Jayden Sisley, Loomis, Aidan Brumbaugh and Lee Cain handled the goalkeeping chores.
For LSS, Avante Hicks scored the only goal while the netminding was handled by Drake Anthony, Boston Thomas, Caleb Abby and Grant Moore.
Quincy Turner came through with the hat trick as the Chautauqua Aerie Eagles Lodge topped Dave's Trophy House, 5-2.
Gabriel Colon and Jordan Crofoot contributed solo goals in the victory while the goaltending duties were shared by Colon, Jacob Anderson, Taylor Crofoot and Simon Ferringer. The defensive player of the game was Daniel Cardinale.
For Dave's Trophy House, Brian Anderson and Joey Southwell scored one goal each and the goalies were Southwell, Alex Sharp and Alex Gleason.
Lutheran Social Services pulled off a 1-0 victory over KB Property, thanks to a solo goal by Avante Hicks.
The winning goalies included Zackery Hayes, Elijah McBride, Brodie VanGuilder and Derrick Howser.
The goalkeepers for KB Property were Elijah Rosas, Mikelle Davis, Grayson Holt and Finley Holt.
Aidan Brumbaugh, Gavin Bowen, Jayden Sisley and Josh Loomis were the goal scorers as AJ's Texas Hots handed Lena's Pizza a 4-0 setback.
The winning goalies were Andrell Leeper, Tyler Williams, Evan Anderson and Jonathan Monaghan
Gavin Carnahan, Jadin Davis, Logan McNeal and Taige Wright shared the net for Lena's Pizza.
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Steven Dewey had the only goal of the game as IBEW Local 108 edged Cattaraugus County Bank, 1-0.
Julian McGaughy, Mason Jones, Connor Hallett and Brandon Lobb handled the net.
For Cattaraugus County Bank, the goaltending was shared by Reiden Ferraro, Kameron Milton, Ethan Veres and Bradley Galeazzo.
Slone-Melhuish Insurance blanked the Jamestown Elks Lodge No. 263 BPOE, 3-0.
Ben Anderson scored two goals and Evan Sharpe one goal for the winners while the goalie roster included Sean O'Brien, Nolan Bush, Colton Lange and Chase Twichel.
In goal for Jamestown Elks Lodge were Gannon Moore, Christopher Spencer, Alex Wright and Douglas Beardsley.
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Sincere Green netted both goals when the Lakewood-Celoron Moose defeated Napa, 2-0.
Donovan Gomez was the defensive standout while teammates Michael Smeraldo, Tyler Giambelluca, Jesus Sanchez and Wallace Rankin were the winning goaltenders.
Hudson Knapp, Jayce Vanqiesen, Sal Colletti and James Wilburn were the goalies in defeat.
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Gavin Swanson netted a hat trick as Flamingo Builders topped Tri-James Services, 4-0.
Caleb Carr added a solo goal and split time in the net with Aiden Cardone, Matt Dobeck, and Michael Burnham.
For Tri-James Services, Jaden Kinnear and Matthew Dallas were the defensive standouts.
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Iuculano Construction shut out Bemus, 8-0, as Mikayla Corrigan and Maddy Sohl each had a pair of goals and Kelsey Wolfe, Taylor McLaughlin, Gabby Iuculano and Claire Johnson each added one goal.
Alyssa Lobb had four assists and was named the team's MVP.
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VanEvery & Lundberg defeated Kersey Associates, 2-1, as Tess Spangenburg scoring the winning goal with just 30 seconds left off a pass from Madison Pitts, who also had a goal.
The goaltending group included Brayln Paladino, Amaya McCarthy, Spangenburg and Samantha Snow.
For Kersey Associates, Cadence Rodgers found the net while Alaina Rosengren, Samantha Annis, Ava Palmquist and Kristina Oyer split time in goal.
Raena Bird picked up a pair of goals in leading The Post-Journal to a 4-2 win over the Garvey Shutterbugs.
Also scoring for The Post-Journal were Rachel Kehrli and Kendal Sohl. Bird also shared the goalkeeping duties with Peyton Yost, Rebecca Taylor and Mikala Youngberg.
Ava Fenton scored twice for the Shutterbugs and the goaltending crew included Ashleah Youngberg, Sonna Alm, Kyla Renzi and Abby Sweeney.
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Becker's Place downed Tri-James, 5-0.
Carolyn Becker and Megan Steele each netted a pair of goals and Rhea Moore came through with another tally to complete the scoring.
Becker and Steele also shared the net with Erin Burstrom and Lauren Reimondo for the winners.
Liz Dallas, Stephanie Sorensen and Emily Brooks were in goal for Tri-James.
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Falconer Funeral Home posted a 4-3 victory over Frewsburg 1 with Jason Dustin leading the winners with the hat trick and Trent Spanger adding a solo goal.
The Frewsburg goalies were Carter Gordon, Nick Mason and Jaden Slagle.
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The Tim Hortons Teal Timbits prevailed over the Green Timbits, 6-0, with Autumn Lynn, Brandon Keefe, Kayla Lynn, Nolen Grey and Martel Armstrong providing the goals.
The players of the game for the Green team were Evan Newman and Carissa DePasquale.