CASSADAGA VALLEY U-6
Lewis Construction defeated JS Auto Supply, 4-3.
Owen Meyers scored the hat trick and Trent Lewis scored a goal for Lewis Construction.
Isaac Wenger of the Jamestown Auto Center moves the ball in Cassadaga Valley Youth Soccer League Under-8 action. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Lisa Monacelli
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Pavlock Construction defeated Storer's Containers, 3-1.
Kole Davis scored the hat trick for Pavlock Construction. Ace Pierce scored the lone goal for Storer's Containers.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-8
Jamestown Auto Center shut out Forecon Inc., 6-0.
Drake Pierce had four goals and he was assisted by Bryson Smith and Gavin Blake on two. Haydn Myers scored a goal with an assist from JoLee Crowell and Alexander Runge scored a goal with an assist from Mikayla Fishgold.
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Mary K defeated J & J Painting, 5-4.
Nicholas Russo was the lead scorer for Mary K with four goals and Max Comstock had one.
Jerret Runge scored the four goals for J & J Painting.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-11
Veracity Benefits shut out Mom & Pop's Recycling, 1-0.
Cade Egan scored the goal for Veracity.
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Valley Tire defeated Valley Shack, 6-2.
Cameron Anderson was the lead scorer with four goals and Hayden Coulcher-Hobbs and Collin Sischo had one goal each.
Lauren Snyder scored the two goals for the Valley Shack.
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Precision Web Tech, Inc. defeated Superior Energy, 3-2.
Anna Wenger scored two goals and Mack Mikula scored a goal assisted by Spencer Blake for Precision.
Kolton Gibbons scored the goals for Superior Energy.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-15
Valley Motor Sports defeated Gerry Free Methodist Church, 2-1.
Heidi Lauer scored a goal with the assist from Grace Penhollow and Rylee Bly scored a goal for Valley Motor Sports.
Donald Erwin scored the lone goal for Gerry Free Methodist Church with an assist from Tyler Pacos.
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Andersen-Cuddihy Inc. shut out Barmore Sellstrom, 6-0.
Daniel Andersen scored two goals, one assisted by Jeffrey Fishgold, and Fishgold scored a goal with an assist from Kyle Morey. Nelson Barker scored a goal and assisted a goal shot by Morgan Perkins. Jared Ozga scored a goal with the assist from Daniel Andersen.
JAYS U-10 GIRLS
Jamestown Pediatrics beat Pizza Express, 3-1, with Melissa Tubbs, Tara Leeper and Allie Brown each scoring one goal and Brown shared time in the net with Alexis Arnold, Emily Williams and Allison Tilburg.
Haili Herb scored the lone goal for Pizza Express and the goalkeeping crew was made up of Haylee Silsby-Spontaneo, Dea Anderson, Ayanna Rhone and Sara Beebe.
Peppy Dental topped Quick Solutions, 4-2.
Olivia Pinciaro led the winners with two goals while Chelsea Lyons and Nadine Glover added one goal apiece. Glover joined Lilly Melquist, Chelsea Lyons and Maliya Cain in the net.
Giovanna Calamunci produced two goals for Quick Solutions and in goal were Gillian Mead, Brianna Tuozzo, Gioconda Calamunci and Connie Rushforth.
The Sertoma Club had a 5-0 shutout over Embroidered Designs by Debbie with Emma Pumford scoring a pair of goals and Gia Slaughter, Danika Tibbetts and Claire Pumford all scored one goal each.
Slaughter also split time in the net with Megan Higbee, Breanna Hill and Sophia Nguer.
In goal for Embroidered Designs were Alyssa Shimmel, Brianna Stone, D'Yavian Rosario and Justice Eden.
JAYS U-15 BOYS
Patrick Wilson had a big night with four goals as the Jamestown Kendall Club outlasted AT&T Mobility, 7-3.
Also for the winners, Zack Butts added two goals and Kanin Taner chimed in with one goal. Taner also shared the net with Charles Thomas, Adam Phillips and Michael Neid.
For AT&T Mobility, Korbyn Nelson drilled two goals and Jaidyn Conyer had one goal.
JAYS U-8 GIRLS
Annika Spitzer and Hannah Grey each netted a pair of goals as Domino's Pizza posted a 6-0 shutout over Patient's Pharmacy.
Skyela Banse-Fay and Saige Conyer both added one goal in the victory and Banse-Fay split the goalkeeping chores with Gabrielle Pocza, Sara Randolph and Claire Conti
The goalies for Patient's Pharmacy were Alayna Johnson, Haileigh Rhodes, Alexandria Clemente and Mia Heggarty.
AJ's Texas Hots got by Allstate, 2-1, thanks to goals by Lizzie DeLong and Payton Horton.
Horton and DeLong also contributed in goal along with Jolie Fitch and Sophia Dumaine.
The goal scorer for Allstate was Aliya Graham and she joined with Alyssa Patterson, Sarah Tibbits and Skylynn Tomlinson to protect the net.
The Kiwanis Club got by Bodell, Overcash & Anderson, 1-0.
Kiersten Horton produced the lone goal of the game and also contributed time in the net with Abigail Roof, Ericka Amidon and Telana Slaughter.
The goalkeepers for Bodell, Overcash & Anderson were Darien Butts, Hailee Wright, Meghan Mistretta and Bailee Carlson.
JAYS U-6 GIRLS
The Tim Hortons Teal Timbits and the Purple Timbits played to a scoreless tie.
The Teal team's goalies included Kenzie Carpenter, Sydnee Williamson, Olivia Engstrom and Ella Storms
For the Purple team the goalkeepers were Susanna McCurdy, Aurora Ordines, Talyn Cain, and Kaylee Leeper.
The Tim Hortons Kelly Green Timbits edged the Red Timbits, 1-0.
Jayden Griffin netted the lone goal of the game for the Kelly Green team and she was joined in goal by Ella Propheter, Natalya Scoma and Mckenna Cuifolo.
The Red team goalies were Abbie Derby, Jazmyn Kirchoff, Olivia Frazier and Kalie Smith.
The Tim Hortons Grey Timbits and the Sky Blue timbits played to a 1-1 tie.
Karryne Mims scored the Grey team's goal, Darianna Barr was selected as the defensive star and Emma Giuffre, Karlie Rock, Clarissa Bouge and Alia Hunter shared the goaltending duties.
Morgan Maloney scored for the Sky Blue team and the goalies were Nichole Iacuzzo, Ariel Sanfilippo, Alexis Hughan and Natalie Dossey.
SWSC U-13 BOYS
The Jedis defeated Tri James Services, 2-1.
Dustin McCaslin and Max Kane scored for the Jedis with Erik Johnson tallying for Tri James.
Goalkeepers for the Jedis were Pat Deming, Dominic Certo, and Andrew Dix. Goaltenders for Tri James were Ryan Parker, Matt Lundsten and Danny Prewitt.
SWSC U-10 GIRLS
Sawyer Mohney drilled a pair of goals to lead Chautauqua Mechanical over Pizza Hut, 2-0.
Mohney, Erin Wynn, Halley Shagla and Kylie Schnars were the goalkeepers earning the shutout win and Madison Johnson and Natalie Odell were named as the defensive players of the game.
Keyanna Rosa and Cassie Mosher were in the net for Pizza Hut and Mosher was the selected as the player of the game.
The New York State Police Lady Troopers defeated the Dr. Daniels team, 1-0, as Alexis Finnerty scored the game's only goal.
Also for the Lady Troopers, Zoey Kester was picked as the defensive player of the game and Hailey DeLong earned the hustle award.
For Dr. Daniels, Julia Peterson was the defensive standout and the goalies were Kaylynn Powers, Grace Cline and Jocelyn Estabrook.
The Regal Service Roadrunners edged Ames Insurance, 4-3.
For the Roadrunners, Sarah Bellardo delivered two goals and Hannah Johnson and Kylee Dibble both had one goal. Mackenzie Besse and Crystal Schrader were selected as the defensive standouts.
For Ames Insurance, Sarah Disbro had two goals and Rachael Ward added one goal.
SWSC U-8 BOYS
The Litehouse Auto Gorillas defeated Chautauqua Mechanical, 3-0, thanks to goals by Donovan Schnars, Joey Pierce and Tucker Gesing. The defensive player of the game was Brett Svenson.
The offensive player of the game for Chautauqua Mechanical was Luke Delong and defensive standout was Matthew Burlingame.
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Bishop Concrete and Pure Earth Resources played to a 2-2 tie.
The Bishop Concrete goals were scored by Aidan Kennedy and Evan Bishop. The top defensive player was Max Marshall.
Jared Pearson and Andrew Lindell scored for Pure Earth and its top defensive player was Zach Rhodes.
SWSC U-6 COED
The New York State Police Little Troopers topped McDonalds, 2-1 as Bohdan Wendel and Avery Casselman each scored one goal.
Heidi Swan-Lueze was picked as the defensive standout and Lily Benedetto earned the hustle award.
For McDonald's Landen Cramer scored a goal and Faith Hamilton was named the offensive star while Caleb Blake earned the defensive honor.
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Fessenden, Laumer & Deangelo topped Wing City, 4-1.
Maecyn Brown and Kaylyn Carnes had two goals each for FLD. It's top offensive players were Brady Leach and Elizabeth Anderson while starring on defense were Brooke Long, Jillian Sharp and Kayden Abers.
For Wing City, Breauna Bull scored the goal. The top offensive player was Marley Ohl and the standouts on defense were Braden Damcott and Mathis Baehr.
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Abraham Wolf tallied four goals, Winnie Wolf and Brady Lindstrom had three apiece and Lake Shore Paving defeated Nissan Leaf, 10-4.
Kelly Lindstrom and Bella Sirianni were the defensive standouts in the victory.
For Nissan Leaf, Spencer Greenstein netted two goals while Clayton Fairbank and Brayden Smith split two goals.
Aaliyah Perkins was the Leaf's goalkeeper.
FAYS U-6 GIRLS
Brayden Lobb found the net twice as Lobb's Mobil downed Ted's Auto Service, 6-0.
Aleah Bjork, Trey Laska, Taytum Jimerson, Grace Conlan all had one goal and Laska, Bjork, Lobb, Xander Pitts, Ava Jimerson and Addison Hultberg shared the shutout in goal.
FAST U-14 GIRLS
Emma Steele shined with the hat trick as Don's Mobil posted a 4-0 shutout over Southwestern 2.
Also for the winners, Alexia Alexander netted a solo goal and Steele contributed in goal with Emily Brown and Samarie Waddington.
The goalkeepers for Southwestern included Brooke Lature, Jillian Lawton, Sierra Rishel and Lacy Johnson.
FAST U-13 BOYS
Ryan Holdridge connected three times for the hat trick in leading Falconer Electronics past Frewsburger, 9-5.
Conner Hudson and Gage Lindell both added two goals and Trenton Colburn and Chris Bollman each had one goal for the winners and in goal were Christian Anderson and Colbi Gordon.
For Frewsburger, Andrew Tibbits scored a pair of goals while Nick Mole, Caleb Caldwell and Garrett Swanson each contributed one goal.
Caldwell, Mole and Quinn Collin each made a contribution in goal.
BAYSO U-14 GIRLS
The Horseshoe Inn and RS Motors battled to a 3-3 tie.
Katie Thorson knocked in two goals for the Horseshoe Inn and Jenna Nocero added a solo tally while Adrianna Carlson and Sydney France earned assists and Samantha Mason took care of the net.
For RS Motors, Sydney Moore, Amber Micek and Abby Warner were the goal scorers and Micek, Moore, Hannah Pratt and Grace Bartholomew handled the goalkeeping duties.
BAYSO U-12 GIRLS
The Honeycomb Salon beat Falconer's Lena's Pizza, 11-0.
Adrianna Carlson had three goals for Honeycomb Salon while Jenna Nocero and Lauren Nelson had two each. Scoring one apiece were Sky Tarapacki, Allison Johnson, Sarah Berg and Karlee Galloway. Carlson also had two assists and Cassie Spillane had one.
In goal with the shutout were Tarapacki, Jenna Plaster, Samantha Elleman and Meghann Nolan.
The Outstanding Player of the game for Lena's was Chelsea Vincent.
BAYSO U-13 BOYS
Bemus Point (Phillips Lytle LLP) won against Southwestern 1 (Quick Solutions), 4-2.
Michael Padilla scored three goals for the winners while Aaron Dahlberg had one. The Bemus Point defensive player of the game was Cody Pool.
Dakota Delaney and Jackie Brinkley scored for Southwestern and Dawson White starred on defense.