JAYS TIM HORTONS
The Tim Hortons Blue Timbits and the Orange Timbits battled to a scoreless tie.
Allstate's Promyss Williams saves the ball from going out of bounds during JAYS Under-13 soccer action at Allen Park. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
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The Blue team goalies were Nicholas Martin and Andre Graham.
In goal for the Orange team were Reginold Thomas and Brendon Brightman.
The Tim Horton's Purple Timbits and the Yellow Timbits played to a scoreless tie.
Cole Anderson and Chase Bonta defended the net for the Purple team while Taige Eckwahl and Cameron LaTone were in goal for the Yellow team.
Lobb's Auto defeated Lakeshore Paving, 4-1, as Winnie Wolf recorded the hat trick, Jenica Jones assisted on the third goal and Brianna Lilley added a solo goal.
Outstanding players for Lakeshore Paving included Kirsten Chase, Emma Harrington and Addison Brassard.
SW U-8 BOYS
The Larson Orthodontic Bracers edged Jamestown Moose, 1-0.
For the Bracers, Carter Brink scored the lone goal and Jake Lawton shined on defense.
The defensive standouts for the Moose were Jonas Gesing and Bohdan Wedel.
FAYS U-8 GIRLS
Rand Machine Products got by BAYSO's Kwik Fill, 2-1.
Aleah Bjork and Teghan Trocki were the goal scorers for the winners while Brooke Golab, Madasyn Lander, Alaina Whittington and MacKenzie Martin shared the victory in the net.
Allison Bohall scored for Kwik Fill, which was supported in goal by Ava Olson, Lily Benedetto, Alex Caldwell and Taylor Donato.
Armor shut out the Falconer Small Frys, 9-0.
Goal scorers for Armor were Gracie Conlan and Taytum Jimerson with two goals each. Ava Jimerson, Paige Whippo, Corinne McLaughlin, Ashley Schrecengost and Cierra Lynn all produced one goal apiece.
The winning goalies were Conlan, Schrecengost, Molly Spontaneo and Taytum Jimerson.
Falconer Funeral Home's Orange team, paced by a hat trick from Caleb Edwards, downed the Green Truck-Lite team, 7-1.
Also for the winners, Khloe Livengood added two goals and Carl Hebner and Gracie Barber each had one goal.
Brendon O'Connor scored for the Green team.