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Paige Whippo and Erich Thompson recorded goals as Ted's Auto shut out Signature Sealcoating, 2-0.
Cameron Gibson, Alexa Seekins, Kaylee Cappa, Whippo and Thompson were flawless in goal for the winners.
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Dalton Caldwell of Jeremy’s Bel-View gets ready to pass the ball in recent
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Lucas and Ryan Eckman, Braelyn Stelmack, Hailey Albright, Olivia Clement and Ethan Patti tended goal for Signature Sealcoating.
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Brayden Lobb scored two goals and Ava Jimerson contributed one as Lobb's Mobil decisioned Greg Mackie Appliance, 3-1.
Gavin Smith averted the shutout against the winning goalie combination of Lobb, Jimerson, Trey Laska, Grace Conlan and Taytum Jimerson.
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Reece Beaver tallied the hat trick, Jake Lawton two goals, and Jarred Paul and Chase Kartesz one each as Lobb's Mobil downed Sterling Optical, 7-2.
Joslyn Brown and Aiden Finnerty found the range for Sterling.
Abby Monroe won the hustle award for the winners. Aysia Reed and Brooke Shutters were the defensive standouts in vain.
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The New York State Police Little Troopers defeated the Community Bank, 4-2, with four different players scoring goals.
Bohdan Wendel, Heidi Swan-Leuze, Avery Casselman and Lily Benedetto scored for the Troopers, who had Carson Crawford selected for the hustle award.
Peter Conley and Jonas Gesing recorded goals for Community Bank and teammate Jaxson Faulk earned the hustle award.
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Abraham Wolf scored all four goals as Lake Shore Paving nipped Southern Tier Visionaries, 4-3.
Bella Sirianni and Winnie Wolf were the defensive standouts for the winners.
Declan Kennedy, Caleb Prewitt and Seth Vaughn were the scorers for Southern Tier and Addison Brassard was the defensive standout.
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Luz Guadarrama tallied a pair of goals, Morgan Tracy and Zoe White scored one apiece and Southside Redemption blanked Wofford Apartments, 4-0.
Combing for the shutout were Guadarrama, Tracy, Renee Strickland and Starr Haskins.
For Wofford Apartments, Jocelyn Houser, Amaya Wofford, Alexis McMurdy and Kasha Millman were the netminders.
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Southern Tier Optometry played the Sterling Optical Black Bears to a 4-4 tie.
Seth Vaughn scored four goals, Kaitlyn Miller was the defensive standout and Isaac Pope earned the hustle award for Southern Tier.
For the Black Bears, Adam Woodruff scored two, Aiden Finnerty and Carmelo Fitzpatrick had one each and Joslyn Brown was the defensive player of the game.