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Eisenhower prevailed over Warren-B 6-5 after two goals each from Noah Van Houten and Jacob McCool.
Bradon Walsh's four goal night kept Warren in the game, but their only other scoring came on a lone tally from Mason Mohney.
Falconer put on an offensive showing against Catt-LV, picking up an 11-3 win after a trio of hat tricks. Tommy Fails, Drew Beckerink, and Alex Boardman all found the net three times in the win.
Goals for Catt-LV were split between Jenna Martin, Aspen Sykes, and Lexi Ploetz.
SWCS X blanked Kane with a 3-0 win in the third game of the night.
Christian Hern notched a pair of goals and Brandon West added one for the winners.
JHS also put on a dominant show after beating Westfield 7-1 on hat tricks from Karee Walker and Josh Anderson.
Westfield dodged a shutout after a goal by Danny Skinner.
Corry rolled past Warren 14-0 in another lopsided contest.
Bailey Patton hammered home five goals in addition to a pair of hat tricks by Brady Wood and Justin Short.
Randolph finished off Dunkirk 6-3 thanks to a wide range of scoring that spanned five players.
Jake Turner finished with a pair while goals also came from Jack Andrews, Cody Hubbard, Kyle McCallister, and Joseph Andrews.
Leading the way for Dunkirk was Zack Meadows with a pair and Nelmy Robles with a lone tally.
Allegany put up eight against just two for Maple Grove I. For the winners Robbie Higbee and Ford Reynolds each added a pair of goals.
Dominick Fabrizio and Nathan Saar each picked up a goal in the loss for Maple Grove I.
CLCS nearly blanked Pine Valley in an 11-1 rout that featured a pair of goals each from Zach Weatherlow, Albert Firster, and Ryan Linnecke.
The bright spot on the night for Pine Valley was a solo tally by Matt Carp.
SWCS FC had no trouble against Maple Grove II with an 11-3 win.
Arturo Vargas, Andy Bell, and Tristan Desnerck all picked up two goals in the win, while Cody Bly had two and Nick Swanson one MG II.
Falconer beat Pine Valley, 6-3.
Andrea Volk finished the night with a hat trick for the winners while Hannah Jaroszynski also added one tally.
Jessica Wilcox provided all the offense for Pine Valley, with three goals.
The Warriors bested the Elites 8-4 thanks to a pair of hat tricks from Ryanne Yehl and Cailey James. Alyssa Coustenis also contributed a pair of goals to the win.
Four players picked up points for the Elites. Taylor Latour, Brooke Latour, Rhea Moore, and Sidney Moore all added goals in the loss.
JHS 2 had an easy way against Cassadaga after winning 5-1.
Lauren Madden notched two goals, as did Alisha Rensel for the winners.
Alexia Ruiz provided the lone goal for Cassadaga.
Frewsburg blanked Warren 13-0 on goals from five different players. Karlee Foti picked up five, Morgan Genovese three, Kyla Prindle two, Devin Kowaleski two, and Jenessa Annis one in the rout.
Randolph shut out Maple Grove with an 8-0 win on goals by Shayley Crouse, Kenzie Evans, and Taryn Dechow.
JHS 1 notched a 7-3 win over Olean.
Abbey Merchant scored two goals for the winners, as did Alexa Dix.
Katie Andalora scored one goal in the win also.
Emily Button lead the way for Olean with two goals, Cahlee Bowen also tallied in the loss.
In the final game, SWCS fell to CLCS, 2-4.
CLCS high scorers included Courtney Hughes with a pair, Emily Corwin with one and Sarah Russink with one.
Taylor Dewey and Cassie Butler split goals for SWCS.
In Week 3, JCC Gold started off the action by routing Mike's Nursery 12-3.
Evan Ahlstrom pumped in a hat trick for the winners while Dwayne Robertson added two goals, as did Josh Smith.
Dan Auflick, Jamie Sacilowski, and Akwasi Owusu netted goals for Mike's Nursery.
Fredonia put up 13 tallies against just four for JCC Green in their Sunday night victory.
Connor Meekins totaled four scores on the night and Bert Meekins added three in the Fredonia win.
Kaisun Peters lead JCC Green with a pair of goals in the loss.
Lena's prevailed over Salamanca 9-4 thanks to a hat trick from Eric Clark, two goals by Randy Olson, and another pair from Jerome Lee Yaw.
Scoring for Salamanca was Tate Reynolds with two and Eric Rockwood with one.
In another high-scoring bout, Penn State picked up a win over Bradford, 12-7, thanks to six goals by Toby Keller and hat tricks from Will Cole and Dan Lane.
Steve Tingley also notched a hat trick for Bradford while Monroe Irwin and Alex Ita each struck two goals in the loss.
In the final game of the week, Allied Fire narrowly beat the Red Team in a 7-5 win.
Brian Frank lead the way with three goals while Matt Coe had a pair. Skyler Shapp and Mike Deponceau each added a goal in the win.
David Philblad lead the way for the Red Team with four tallies.