FAST U-18 GIRLS
Andrea Volk, Elizabeth Dallas, Emma Steele and Emily Brown each scored once to lead Dom's Mobil past Litehouse Auto, 4-2.
Dallas, Brown and Hannah Jaroszynski were the winning netminders.
Lexi Ellis scored two goals in the loss.
SWSC U-13 BOYS
Pure Earth Resources took care of Southwestern 1, 10-1.
Ben Brooks, Jack Brinkley, Dominic Certo, Ben Graham, Dustin McCaslin, Jon Pearson and Giuseppe Hoose were the goal scorers while Certo, Brinkley, Nathan Radka and Pearson shared goalkeeping duties.
Danny Prewitt scored the lone goal for Southwestern 1.
SWSC U-10 BOYS
Hunter Ells netted two goals, Max Cioppa and Jayden Schrecengost tallied one apiece and the JMI Concrete Crushers defeated Tri-James, 4-2.
Mark Chapman, Cioppa and Ethan Luce were the winning goalies.
Bear Prewitt scored both goals for Tri-James in defeat.
SWSC U-8 BOYS
Bemus Point Dental Center blanked Community Bank, 2-0, behind goals from Deshon Cook and Henry Marshall.
The defensive player of the game for the winners was Samuel Kautzman.
For Community Bank, Austin Chase was the offensive standout while Walker Perry was the defensive standout.
SWSC U-6 COED
The Lobb's Mobil Lobsters battled the Pure Earth Resources Roughnecks to a 3-3 tie.
Maecyn Brown scored two goals and Gelia Saullo one for the Lobsters. Teammate Kirsten Chase was the defensive standout.
For the Roughnecks, Ellie Pearson tallied a pair of goals and Katrina Cook chipped in with one while Lilly Robinson was the defensive standout.
FAYS U-6 COED
Kaylee Cappa and Chase Haglund split two goals as Pharmacy Innovations blanked Sweet Repeats.
FAYS U-6 COED
Ava Jimerson recorded four goals and Maddox Sheesley added the other tally as Nic-L-Inn defeated Dr. Daniels, 5-2.
Hayden Feldt and Andreus Fountaine tallied for Dr. Daniels.
Brea Rubrecht, Meadow Hartley, Taytum Jimerson and Kealy Caflisch handled the goaltending in the win.