CASSADAGA VALLEY U-6
Pavlock Construction defeated Lewis Construction, 4-2, as Kole Davis and Kevin Herington scored two goals each.
Owen Meyers scored the two goals for Lewis Construction.
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Storer's Containers edged JS Auto Supply, 4-3, led by Ace Pierce, who scored all four goals for Storer's Containers.
Aliyah Hopkins, Alex Kahle and Hayden Degolier scored the goals for JS Auto Supply.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-8
Jamestown Auto Center defeated Mary K, 5-1.
Drake Pierce scored two goals with assists from Mikayla Fishgold and Madilynne Hattaway for the winners. Isaac Wenger scored a goal with an assist from Haydn Myers and Myers scored a goal with an assist from Jordan Austin. Alexander Runge scored a goal as well for Jamestown Auto Center.
Nicholas Russo scored the lone goal for Mary K
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J & J Painting and Forecon Inc. battled to a scoreless tie..
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-11
Veracity Benefits defeated Superior Energy, 5-1.
Johnathon Brockelbank scored the hat trick and Cade Egan scored two goals for Veracity.
Jacob Fishgold scored the lone goal for Superior Energy.
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Valley Tire shut out Mom & Pop's Recycling, 3-0.
Cameron Anderson scored two goals and Hayden Coulcher-Hobbs scored one for Valley Tire.
Precision Web Tech, Inc. edged Valley Shack, 1-0.
Dalton McIntyre scored the goal with the assist from Anna Wenger.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-15
Gerry Free Methodist Church edged Andersen-Cuddihy Inc., 2-1.
Zachary Myers and Donald Erwin scored the goals for Gerry Free Methodist Church.
Taylor Anderson scored the lone goal for Andersen-Cuddihy Inc.
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Valley Motor Sports defeated Barmore Sellstrom, 5-1.
Kaylee Deering scored two goals and Heidi Lauer, Grace Penhollow and Josh Morris had one each for Valley Motor Sports.
Robbie Penhollow scored the lone goal for Barmore Sellstrom.
BAYSO U-6 COED
Stephanie Derkovitz scored the only goal of the game as Barmore-Sellstrom edged Camp Chautauqua, 1-0.
The winning goalkeepers included Keziah Sheriff, Payton Daniels, Owen Erlanson and Cambria Fiorella.
The Camp Chautauqua goalies were Tyler Anderson, Kaleb Barton and Nick Tomlinson.
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Southern Tier Brewing defeated Camp Chautauqua, 3-1.
Trey DeMink scored twice and his brother, Fletcher DeMink, added one goal. The goalies for the winners were Brennan Muecke, Fletcher DeMink, Taige Eckwahl and Annaliese Destro. The goal for Camp Chautauqua was scored by Robert Hall
BAYSO U-14 GIRLS
The Horseshoe Inn posted a 6-0 shutout over Southwestern 3.
For the winners, Katie Thorson led the attack with two goals and Adrianna Carlson, Katie Braund, Sydney France and Dana Jones each scored one goal.
JAYS U-10 GIRLS
Quick Solutions cruised to an 8-3 win over the Sertoma Club.
Scoring for Quick Solutions were Gioconda Calamunci, Giovanna Calamunci, Korryn Capizzi, Jillian Horton and Alexa Swanson. Swanson also split time in goal with Ayah Qadrl, Brianna Tuozzo and Korryne Capizzi.
For the Sertoma Club, Alice Moffatt, Danica Tibbetts and Gia Slaughter were the goal scorers. Tibbitts, Moffatt, Brithney Cobb and Avryiana Conyer-Atwater were the goaltenders.
Embroidered Designs by Debbie edged Pizza Express, 2-1.
Gianna Melton and Emily Hall were the goal scorers for the winners and sharing time in the net were Haley Spencer, Alyssa Shimmel, Savannah Moon & Brianna Stone.
A J Maloney scored for Pizza Express and joined with Ayanna Rhone, Sara Beebe and Emily Ryberg in defending the goal.
Peppy Dental blanked Jamestown Pediatrics, 3-0.
Jessica Susz, Olivia Pinciaro and Christina Peppy produced the goals and support in the net from Madison Karash, Nadine Glover, Macey Monagan and Chelsea Lyons.
The Jamestown Pediatrics goalies included Allie Brown, Kourtney Leeper, Alexis Arnold and Melissa Tubbs.
JAYS U-8 GIRLS
AJ's Texas Hots blanked Domino's Pizza, 3-0.
Jaylyn Fred scored a pair of goals and Rylie Loomis added a goal for AJ's and the winning goalies were Leanne Stafford, Breanda Litzen, Marley Drake and Payton Horton.
For Domino's, Hannah Grey, Haylee Weilacher, Claire Conti and Marissa Fiorella shared the goalkeeping duties.
Bodell, Overcash, Anderson and Allstate fought to a 2-2 tie.
Emma Garvin and Mia Brown scored for the Bodell team and the goaltending was handled by Abby Peterson, Celia Sumner, Garvin and Darien Butts.
For the Allstate team, Aliya Graham and Emily Coy scored one goal apiece and in the net were Reese Maggio, Hannah Patterson, Graham and Sarah Tibbitts.
The Kiwanis Club topped Patients Pharmacy, 4-0, as Kylie Luce and Kiersten Horton each netted a pair of goals.
Horton also helped in goal with Telana Slaughter, Hannah Bigelow and Elyse Hines.
The goalies for Patients Pharmacy were Nayla Torres, Chloe Wilson, Lea Rae Walker and Adriana Platt.
JAYS U-6 GIRLS
The Tim Hortons Kelly Green Timbits shut out the Yellow Timbits, 4-0.
Scoring for the winners were Mckenna Cuifolo, Jayden Griffin, Alison Latona and Ella Propheter and the goalkeeping crew was Natalya Scoma, Latona, Griffin and Cuifolo.
The goalkeepers for the Yellow team were Alyson Dalton, Kaitlyn Cusimano, Mallory Dahlgren, Gracelyn Stevenson and Reiley Kolstee.
The Tim Hortons Purple Timbits shut out the Kelly Red Timbits, 5-0.
Aurora Ordines found the net three times to record a hat trick while Susanna McCurdy and Tayln Cain added one goal each.
In goal for the winners were Raegan Powers, Adrianna McSkimming, Susanna McCurdy and Zaporah Sparrow.
For the Kelly Red team, the goalies were Haileigh Peterson, Olivia Frazier, Kalie Smith, and Emma Pratt.
JAYS U-15 BOYS
AT&T Mobility defeated Peppy Dental, 7-2, as Zac Schupp, Carson Peters and Nick Bigney all connected for two goals and Damien Jackson added a solo goal.
Bigney and Schuup also combined for the victory in goal.
Alex Schuup and Carter Stam scored for Peppy Dental.
The Jamestown Kendall Club posted a 5-0 shutout over Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo.
Five different players scored one goal for the Kendall Club, including Joey Mazzurco, Patrick Wilson, Zack Butts, Adam Phillips and Griffon Noon. Sharing the net were Phillips, Christian Peterson, Kanin Tanner and Corry Tubbs.
The goalie crew for Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo were Matt Myers, Michael Neid, Jakob Overbeck and Xavier Sommerville.
FAST U-6 COED
The Yellow Timbits and the Blue Timbits battled to a 1-1 tie.
Gavin Warner scored the goal for the Yellow team and the players of the game were Emily Swan and Ethan Swan.
Katelyn Hagstrom scored the lone goal for the Blue team and the players of the game selected were Emmaleeann Holmberg and Alex Thorp.
The Red Timbits got by the Orange Timbits, 3-2.
Scoring for the Red team were Hunter Edwards, Aylah Boutwell and Emily Payne and the player of the match was Kody Scott.
Damen Vincent and Kaylee Fiedler scored for the Orange team and the player of the match was Gabriel Delahoy.
FAST U-14 GIRLS
Dom's Mobil topped Frewsburg, 4-1, with Emma Steele leading the way with two goals and Kelly Keefe and Lexie Alexander had one goal each.
Taking care of the net were Samarie Waddington, Hannah Jaroszynski and Katie Jaroszynski.
For Frewsburg, Rachel Johnson scored the lone goal and Hannah Abbott, Abigail Dobek, Kristen Sisson and Zeanna Adelgren handled the goaltending chores.
FAST U-10 GIRLS
Ames Insurance posted a 2-1 win over Dr. Daniels.
Serena Camarata and Sarah Disbro were the goal scorers for Ames while Ashley Carlson found the net for the Dr. Daniels team.
SWCS U-6 COED
Lobb's Mobil outlasted Larson Orthodontics, 4-1.
For the winners, Jake Lawton, Reece Beaver, Lukas Svenson and Chase Kartesz all netted one goal and Beaver added an assist on Svenson's goal.
The defensive player of the game was Matt DiDomenico and the hustle award went to Jarred Paul.
For Larson Orthodontics, Jaidyn Newhouse scored a pair of goals and Brody Lawson had one goal. Defensive honors went to Sophie Kreinhedeer and Jacob Johnson earned the hustle award.
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Sterling Optical defeated Wing City, 3-1, behind two goals from Adam Woodruff.
Aiden Finnerty added one to support the goaltending of Carmello Fitzpatrick. Defensive standouts for the winners were Brooke Shutters and Arrington Restivo.
Breauna Bull had the lone goal, Gracie Anderson was the offensive standout, and Marley Ohl and Isabella Loomis were the top defenders for Wing City.
SWSC U-13 BOYS
Tri-James blanked Phillips-Lytle, 3-0, thanks to two goals by Erik Johnson and Garrett Fransen added a solo tally.
Matt Lundsten, Ryan Parker and Nate Mogenhan teamed up as goalkeepers to earn the shutout.
Carter Russo, Dylan Pool, Jackson Taber and Zack Hendrick were the goalies for Phillips Lytle.
SWCS U-10 GIRLS
The Regal Service Roadrunners topped Pizza Hut, 5-0.
Hanna Johnson produced two goals to lead the offense while Sarah Bellardo, Gwen Colley and Krystal Schrader all added one goal. Bellardo, Colley, Johnson and Kenzie Doepp shared time in goa for the victory.
For Pizza Hut, Sierra Delahoy was in goal and the player of the game was Cassie Mosher.
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The New York State Police Lady Troopers defeated Frewsburg Sweat Repeats 3-0.
Alexis Finnerty, Megan Swauger and Hailey DeLong scored for the Lady Troopers. Grace Felton, Vivian White, Zoey Kester and Kyliegh Gifford preserved the shutout in goal.
For Sweat Repeats, Madison Albright earned defensive honors and Kaylee Rolfe was in goal.
SWSC U-14 GIRLS
Finn's Auto defeated Southwestern 1, 4-1.
Meghan Siperek had two goals for Finns while Kayla Conway and Jillian Lawton had one each. The winning goaltenders were Lawton, Brooke Latour and Lacy Johnson.
The Southwestern 1 goal was scored by Hanna Girts and the goalies were Nicole Johnson and Alexis Hayes.