JHS edged Maple Grove, 6-5, AS Josh Anderson earned the hat trick, Karee Rizzo-Walker scored a pair of goals and Connor Estrada had a solo goal for the winners.
Pat Crossley led Maple Grove with the hat trick and Jesse Pardue and Riley Beaton each scored one goal.
Quinn Boger produced a hat trick in leading Warren over Southwestern, 7-5.
Tristan Boger added two goals and Joseph Bell had one goal while for Southwestern, Tristan Dziernck and Ross Beresford both scored twice and Jack Rybacki had one goal.
Zac Johnson found the net twice and Dustin Botzenmeyer and Hunter Phinney each knocked in a goal as Randolph defeated Eisenhower, 4-1.
For Eisenhower, Andy Decker scored a solo goal.
Bailey Patten went on a scoring rampage, netting eight goals in leading Corry to a 14-2 rout over JHS 2.
In addition, Josh Schrecengost delivered four goals and Brody Wood had two goals for the Corry team.
Sai Seitz scored twice as Salamanca 2 got past Falconer, 3-1, with Tate Reynolds connecting for the other tally.
Andrew Ward scored for Falconer.
Manu Baramo found the net four times as Westfield posted a 6-4 victory over Salamanca 1.
Sebastian Hernandez and Hans Baur also scored a goal each for the winners.
Mike Morris also had big day for Salamanca 1 with four goals.
Robby Higby's hat trick helped Allegany down Chautauqua Lake, 6-4.
Following Higby were Christian Gayton, Shawn Dueben and Ben Wallace with solo goals.
For Chautauqua Lake, Ryan Linnecke netted two goals and Zach Weatherlow and Abdulah Kahlil each had one goal.
Megan Conway scored twice as Valley Girls came through with a 5-1 victory over JHS 2 with Kiersten Green, Carly Abbate and Lindsey Stravatto all scoring one goal apiece.
For JHS 2, Casey Fuluk had the lone goal.
Janessa Annis connected for a hat trick as Frewsburg topped Falconer, 5-3.
Karli Fotu and Paige Sirwatka both added solo goals.
For Falconer, Andrea Volk had two goals and Kelly Keefe one goal.
Taylor Zachar came through with a hat trick in leading Randolph to a 6-1 win over Southwestern. Kaitlyn Cooper also had two goals in the victory.
Brittany Feldman scored a goal for Southwestern.
Falconer 2 edged Warren, 5-3, with Emily Volk producing a pair of goals and Sydney Moore, Ria Moore and Delany Washington all added solo goals.
For Warren, Morgan Danielson and Abbey Finari were the goal scorers.
Brionna Swanson and Erin Franson each netted two goals as Panama dropped Eisenhower, 4-2.
Erica Littlefield and Jessica Wilcox scored for Eisenhower.
Courtney Hewes knocked in two goals and Sarah Russen added a solo goal as Chautauqua Lake and JHS 1 battled to a 3-3 tie.
For JHS 1, Alexa Dix scored twice and Katie Andelora added a goal.
Garrett Fiscus was on fire, scoring six goals as Behrend overwhelmed Inter-Bradford, 24-5, and Mike Fiscus and Toby Keller both shined with five goals each.
For the Inter-Bradford team, Jake Harrie and Steve Tingley each had two goals and Jared Doroguzzi added one goal.
David Philblad netted a hat trick and Chris Waclawski and Wyatt Anderson both scored twice as the Red Team outlasted Warren, 9-7.
Christian Harrington connected for four goals and Eric Bill scored a hat trick for Warren in the losing effort.
Chris Saxton tallied four goals while Jason Carlson, Josh Smith and Tyler Beaton all had two goals apiece as RMS Services cruised to a 13-4 win over Mike's Nursery.
Kai Anderson and Dan Auflick each tallied two goals for Mike's Nursery.
Boyd Lewis found the net four times and Kenny Jespersen added two goals as Kinzua knocked off JCC White, 6-5.
For JCC White, Blake Barker netted two goals and Blake Montgomery, Paul Andelora and Connor Meekins all had one goal.
Sam Stewart and Eric Clark both netted two goals and Jerome Lee Yaw and Jay Wadsworth each scored one goal as Lena's Pizza got by JCC Green, 6-4.
Nate Decker had two goals and Nolan Farr and Evan Ahlstrom both had one goal for JCC Green.
Andrew Hale and Erik Olson each connected for hat tricks and Andrew Fish added two goals as Wilcox Brothers rolled to a 12-3 win over the FC Warriors.
The goal scorers for the FC Warriors were Brennan Frank, Louis Deponceau and Brian Onuffer.