JAYS U-15 BOYS
Patrick Wilson and Korbyn Nelson divided four goals as Jamestown Kendall Club/Peppy Dental prevailed over AT&T Mobility/Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo, 6-3.
Mitchell Harmon and Michael Neid tallied the other goals for the winners.
Jacob Roth of the Yellow Timbits moves the ball during recent FAST Under-6 action. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Rob Tucker
Matthew Myers, Zac Schupp and Nicholas Tingue scored in the setback.
JAYS U-12 GIRLS
Paige Conklin scored the only goal of the game and Isabelle Knapp, Kiara Slaughter, Michelle Grimm and Dalaney Carnahan were perfect in the nets when JAMA outlasted Wofford Apartments, 1-0.
Amaya Wofford, Amber Kutshke, Kristina McMillen and Hannah Frederick were the goalies for Wofford Apartments.
JAYS U-11 BOYS
Daunte Garland scored three goals and Kylen Faulkner one as Morton Club took a 4-3 decision over Shults Auto Group.
Jayden Schultz tallied all three for Shults.
Shane Federko, Isaiah Gallegos, Taylor Lee and Matty Weatherby were the Morton Club goalies.
Bradley Flagg, Kyle Christensen, Nevan Kearney and Jacob Smith were the goalies in the setback.
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Morton Club also defeated Lena's 2-0, with Garland and Kaiden Blake scoring goals.
Blake was a goalie along with Weatherby, Faulkner and Justin Carlson.
Jaden Davis, Michael Euscher, Dylan Elardo and Eric Pettibon shared the net for Lena's.
JAYS U-10 BOYS
Breanna Hill and Alice Moffat split four goals and Danica Tibbetts added a goal when Sertoma Club downed Pizza Express, 5-1.
Madeline Becker, Claire Pumford, Malaka Slaughter and Sophia Nguer were the goalies.
Lauren Grissom spoiled the shutout for the Sertoma Club.
JAYS U-10 GIRLS
Gioconda Calamunci and Giovanna Calamunci had the goals when Quick Solutions edged Jamestown Pediatrics, 5-4.
Alexa Swanson, Jacqueline Evans, Brianna Tuozzo and Kayla Pacheco were in goal for Quick Solutions.
Kara Leeper and Lauren Tracy scored the goals for Jamestown while Kendra Leeper, Brianna Bagley, Kayla Krzanak and Grace McMillian were in goal.
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Peppy Dental defeated Embroidered Design, 2-0, as Madison Karash, Chelsea Lyons, Taryn Caldwell and Nadine Glover recorded the shutout in goal.
Lyons and Oliva Pinciaro scored the goals.
In goal for Embroidered Design were Allyssa Shimmel, Haley Spencer, Breeannah Brown and Justice Eden.
JAYS U-8 BOYS
Sincere Green scored both goals as the Lakewood-Celoron Moose beat NAPA, 2-0.
Donovan Gomez was the defensive sparkplug for the winners, who had Michael Smeraldo, Tyler Giambelluca, Jesus Sanchez and Wallace Rankin as the goalies.
Hudson Knapp, Jayce Vanquisen, Sal Colletti and James Wilburn tended goal in defeat.
JAYS U-8 GIRLS
Mackenzie Miller and Hannah Grey had goals when Domino's Pizza prevailed over Allstate Insurance, 2-0.
Annika Spitzer, Sara Randolph, Skyela Banse-Fay and Saige Conyer were the goalies in the win.
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AJ's Texas Hots defeated Kiwanis, 3-1, with Ava Hagelin, Payton Horton and Riley Loomis collecting goals.
Kiersten Horton scored for Kiwanis against the winning goal tending of Leanne Stafford, Jolie Fitch, Brenda Litzen and Payton Horton.
For Kiwanis, Mia DeLong, Delia Johnson, Kendall Steward and Kierston Horton were in goal.
JAYS U-6 BOYS
Bishop Butts' goal provided the difference as Tim Hortons Purple Timbits shaded the Tim Hortons Royal Blue Timbits, 1-0.
Butts was a goalie with Jacob Horton, Luis Sanchez and Adam Powell for the Purple Timbits.
Marcus Graham-Poriella, Owen Slojkowski, Gavin Maggio and Xander Brunner were in goal in defeat.
JAYS U-6 GIRLS
Morgan Maloney recorded both goals when Tim Hortons Sky Blue Timbits beat the Tim Hortons Red Timbits, 2-0.
Maloney was joined in winning net by Nichole Iacuzzo, Kamryn Higgs and Emma Krzanak.
For the Red, the net minders were Olivia Frazier, Kalie Smith, Haileigh Peterson and Abbie Derby.
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Kayla Eddy scored for the Tim Hortons Yellow Timbits and Aurora Oreines for the Tim Hortons Purple Timbits in a 1-1 deadlock.
Gracelyn Stevenson, Mallory Dahlgren, Kaitlyn Cusimano and Allison Dalton were the goalies for Purple.
Nakiah Rodriguez, Kaylee Leeper, Zaporah Sparrow and Adrianna McSkimming tended the goal in defeat.
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It was 1-1 tie between the Tim Hortons Teal Timbits and the Tim Hortons Grey Timbits.
Cloey Linn scored for the Teal Timbits and Olivia Michael for the Grey Timbits.
Goalies for the Teal were Sydnee Williamson, Mallory Atwater, Kenzie Carpenter and Linn.
Emma Giuffre, Madelyn Petscher, Kaylin Russell and Michael tended goal for the Grey.
BAYSO U-14 GIRLS
BAYSO shutout Southwestern 2, 3-0, behind goalie Samantha Mason.
Katie Thorson, Allison Saar and Emilia Duncanson were the scorers for BAYSO.
Defensive standout for BAYSO was Lauren Franczak and the offensive standout was Adrianna Carlson.
Lacey Johnson, Brooke Latour and Emily Nelson were the Southwestern goalies.
BAYSO U-17 BOYS
Howie Nolan's late goal was the difference when Marsh Tree and Landscaping (BAYSO) edged Frewsburg Pharmacy, 4-3.
Jeffery Clauson, Matthew Marsh and Josh Plymel also scored for the winners.
Brandon Zebrowski, Shawn Mcdonald and Derek Smith split the goals for Frewsburg.
BAYSO U-6 BOYS
Elizabeth Lai found the range twice and Robert Hall once as Camp Chautauqua blanked Barmore-Sellstrom, 3-0.
Hall was in the winners' goal with Jordan Feinen, Caleb Barton and Addie Walker-Osgood.
In defeat, the goalies were Cambria Fiorella, Payton Daniels, Owen Erlandson and Stephanie Derkovitz.
SWSC U-13 BOYS
Tri-James edged Bemus Point, 2-1, behind goals from Ryan Parker and Cody Dallas.
Lucas Golden was the outstanding player for Tri-James.
Michaek Pidilla had the goal for Bemus.
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Nathan Radka, Giussepe Hoose and Brandon McCaslin scored goals as the Southwestern Jedis nipped Falconer Electronics, 3-2.
Ryan Holdridge and Gage Lindell were the scorers for Falconer.
Pat Deming, Dominic Certo and Radka were the net minders for the Jedis.
SWSC U-10 GIRLS
Hanna Johnson, Hannah Karlson, Courtney Graham, Emily Phelps, Sarah Bellardo and Mackenzie Deopp all scored when Regal Service Roadrunners defeated Dr. Daniels.
Ashley Carlson scored for Dr. Daniels and Maddie Surrera, Jocelyn Estabrook, Julia Peterson and Ashley Carlson split time in goal.
SWSC U-6 COED
Matt Lefler and Brianna Lilley found the range when Mike's Nursery defeated Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo, 2-0.
Jenica Jones and Ty Henry were the defensive standouts for Mike's.
Kaylyn Carnes and Elizabeth Anderson were selected the offensive standouts and Brooke Long and Peyton Ryan on defense in defeat.
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Chase Hartnett and Marielle Stanz scored a goal apiece to help Nissan Leaf get by Larson Orthodontics Bracers, 2-1.
Brandon Smith and Noelle Alexander were the defensive standouts for Leaf.
Anthony Powell scored a goal in defeat while Jacob Johnson and Jaidyn Newhouse were the defensive players of the game.
FAYS U-6 COED
Brayden Lobb delivered four goals and Trey Laska one when Lobb's Mobil shut out Greg Mackie Appliance, 5-0.
Lobb, Tatum Jimerson, Ava Jimerson, Xander Pitts, Grace Conlan and Addison Holtberg shared goaltending duties for the winners.
FAYS U-8 BOYS
Zach Carr and Ryan Gordon scored goals as Frewsburg Keywell edged the Falconer Jeremy's Bel-View, 2-1.
Karson DiPasquale tallied for Jeremy's.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-6
Lewis Construction defeated JS Auto Supply, 3-2.
Owen Meyers scored two goals and Trent Lewis scored a goal for Lewis Construction.
Matthew Runge scored the two goals for JS Auto Supply.
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Storer's Containers defeated Pavlock Construction, 3-2, as Ace Pierce scored the hat trick for Storer's Containers.
Kole Davis scored the two goals for Pavlock Construction.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-8
Jamestown Auto Supply tied Forecon Inc., 2-2.
Haydn Myers and Drake Pierce scored the goals for Jamestown Auto Supply and Kynan Egan and Braden LeBaron scored the goals for Forecon Inc.
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J&J Painting defeated Mary K, 7-1, as Erma Jean Wolcott and Jerret Runge scored hat tricks. Zeah Wojcinski scored the other goal.
Nicholas Russo scored the lone goal for Mary K.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-11
Superior Energy shut out Veracity Benefits, 4-0.
Jacob Fishgold scored two goals and Kolton Gibbons and Steven Biggers had one each for Superior.
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Valley Tire tied Mom & Pop's Recycling, 1-1.
Isabella Ruiz scored the goal for Mom & Pop's Recycling and Cameron Anderson scored the goal for Valley Tire.
Precision Web Tech, Inc. shut out Valley Shack, 5-0.
Anna Wenger scored two goals with assists from Dalton McIntyre and Madison Rothleder and Madison Rothleder scored a goal with an assist from Dalton McIntyre. Spencer Blake and Dalton McIntyre scored a goal for Precision as well.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-15
Andersen-Cuddihy Inc. shut out Barmore Sellstrom, 7-0.
Daniel Andersen had the hat trick and Kyle Morey scored two goals with an assist from Alexia Ruiz while Jeffrey Fishgold and Olivia Ruiz scored a goal for Andersen-Cuddihy Inc.'s win.
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Gerry Free Methodist Church defeated Valley Motor Sports 2-1.
Tyler Keech scored on a header and Zachary Myers scored the other goal for Gerry Free Methodist Church.
Heidi Lauer scored the lone goal for Valley Motor Sports.
FAST U-6 COED
Kacie Stofko netted a pair of goals, Kaylee Fielder, Damen Vincent and Luke Vandevelde each added one more and the Orange Timbits defeated the Red Timbits, 5-1.
Stofko, Kaitlyn Swan, Gabe Delahoy, Myah Campbell, Vandevelde and Lillian Brooks shared time in the nets for the victors.
For the Red Timbits, Josiah Sprague scored the team's lone goal while Hannah Hunter, Alyssa Spitale, Brynn Helms, Brent Troutman, Sprague and Emily Payne were the goalkeepers.
Hunter Edwards was the Red Timbits' player of the game.