JAYS U-6 BOYS
The Royal Blue Timbits and the Gray Timbits played to a 2-2 tie.
Carson Panebianco scored twice for Gray and Royal Blue had goals from Owen Kearney and Lliam Hamilton-Kraft.
Brendan Russo of JAMA Surgery boots in a long shot during recent BAYSO Under-10 Boys Division action. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Scott Reagle
JAYS U-6 GIRLS
The Teal Timbits and Yellow Timbits tied, 1-1
The Teal goal was scored by Quinn Johnson and the Yellow goal was scored by Kayla Eddy
The Teal goalies were Skylar Beebe, Quinn Johnson, Abby Monaghan and Kenzie Carpenter. In goal for Yellow were Kayla Eddy, Alexis Rizzo, Keiley Kolstee and Alyson Dalton
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The Grey Timbits defeated the Green Timbits, 1-0.
The winning goal was scored by Olivia Michael while Madelyn Petscher played good defense. The goalies were Clarissa Bouge, Karryne Mims, Julie Smith and Olivia michael.
Goalies for the Green were Jayden Griffin, Alison Latona, Natalya Scoma and Mckenna Cuifolo.
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The Purple Timbits blanked the Sky Blue Timbits, 3-0.
Scoring for Purple were Raegan Powers, Adrianna McSkimming and Aurora Ordines. The winning goalies were Skylar Gardner, Raegan Powers, Aurora Ordines and Susie McCurdy.
The goalies for Sky Blue were Morgan Maloney, Natalie Dossey, Alexis Hughan and Kayla Lutgen.
JAY U-8 GIRLS
AJ's Texas Hots shut out Bodell, Overcash & Anderson, 3-0.
Rylie Loomis, Payton Horton and Marley Drake scored for AJ's. Sophia Dumaine, Jolie Fitch, Leanne Stafford and Ava Hagelin were the goalies.
In goal for Bodell, Overcash & Anderson were Hannah Lutgen, Emma Garvin, Abby Peterson and Bailee Carlson.
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Alyssa Patterson's second period goal gave Allstate Insurance a 1-0 victory over Patients Pharmacy.
Sarah Tibbetts, Brianna Hetrick, Hanna Patterson and Emily Coy were the shutout goalies.
Alexandria Clemente, Lehana Leeper, Anikka Coulter and Neveah Erickson were the netminders in defeat.
JAYS U-10 GIRLS
Embroidered Designs by Debbie and Jamestown Pediatrics tied, 3-3.
Jaclyn Bush had two goals and Madison Ventura one for EDBD and its goalies were Brianna Stone, Haley Spencer, Gianna Melton and Savannah Moon.
The Jamestown Pediatric goal scorers were Alexis Arnold, Lauren Tracy and Patience Glatt. Its goalies were Allie Brown, Kourtney Leeper, Kendra Nickerson and Kara Leeper.
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Quick solutions defeated Pizza Express, 5-0, as Connie Rushforth, Gioconda Calamunci, Giovann Calamunci and Jillian Horton scored the goals.
Rosa Rodriguez, Alexa Swanson, Gioconda Calamunci and Jillian Horton were on goals for the shutout.
The Pizza Express goalies were Kailey Marra, A.J. Maloney, Dea Anderson and Makayla Sheldon.
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Sertoma Club topped Peppy Dental, 4-2.
Gia Slaughter had two goals for Sertoma while Madeline Becker and Malaka Slaughter had one each. The winning goalies were Deanna Huntington, Becker, Emma Pumford and Claire Pumford.
Olivia Pinciaro and Nadine Glover scored for Peppy Dental which had Nadine Glover, Isabella Arnold, Maliya Cain and Lilly Melquist in goal.
JAYS U-8 GIRLS
Kiwanis defeated Dominos, 5-0, as Mia DeLong had four goals and Kiersten Horton one.
The shutout goalies were Alexis Wofford, Telana Slaughter, Abigail Roof and Kendall Stewart.
The goalies for Dominos were Jillian Rea, Cora Blodien and Saige Conyer.
BAYSO U-14 GIRLS
Horseshoe I from BAYSO defeated Southwestern 1, 3-1
Katie Braund, Katie Thorson and Allison Saar scored for the winners and picking up assists were Braund and Emilia Duncanson. The winning goalie was Samantha Mason and it's player of the game was Sydney France.
Erin Fransen scored the goal for Southwestern, which had Alexis Hayes and Nicole Johnson in goal.
JAYS U-15 BOYS
Jamestown Kendall Club and AT&T Mobility tied, 7-7.
Scoring two goals each for Kendall Club were Korbyn Nelson, Patrick Wilson and Joey Mazzurco while Carter Stam had one. The winning goalies were Tyler Sopko, Xavier Sommerville and Chris Germanto.
The goal scorers for AT&T Mobility were Carson Peters with three, Damien Jackson with two while Andrew Pumford and Griffin Noon had one each, The AT&T goalies were Nick Bigney and Ryan Sandberg.
FAYS U-6 COED
Paige Whippo scored the lone goal when Ted's Auto shut out Jay Eckert Construction, 1-0.
Cameron Gibson, Alexa Seekins, Kaylee Cappa, Erich Thompson, Samantha Walrod and Ashley Schrecengost were the shutout goalies.
The Jay Eckert Construction goaltenders were Corinne McLaughlin, Emily Youngberg, James Luhman, Brendan Devereaux and Harrison Eckert.
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The Southern Tier Optometry Visionaries Defeated the Larson Orthodontic Bracers, 3-0.
Scoring for the Visionaries were Seth Vaughn, Samuel Kautzman and Caleb Prewitt. The defensive standout was Kayla Witruke and hustle award went to Kaitlyn Miller.
The offensive standout for the Bracers was Siri Dubois with Lucy Colburn starring on defense. The hustle award went to Joseph Levandowski.
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Lobb's Mobil completed a 14-0 season by edging Rand Machine, 2-1, thanks to two goals from Brayden Lobb.
Goalies for Lobb's were Grace Conlan, Trey Laska, Addison Hultberg, Xander Pitts, Ava Jimerson and Taytum Jimerson.
Sawyer Lynn scored for Rand Machine.
FAYS U-8 GIRLS
Alaina Rosengren's tally was the difference when Kersey Associates edged the Shutterbugs, 1-0.
Makenna McBride, Cadence Rodgers, Hannah Eckert and Ava Hultberg each shared goalkeeping duties and preserved the shutout.
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PMC Lonestar topped Kersey Associates, 2-1, thanks to goals from Bailey Nocero and Erin Nolan and the strong goaltending of teammates Trinity Reel, Megann Lockwood, Katlyn Ruhlman and Hailie VanEvery.
For Kersey Associates, Ava Hultberg, assisted by Hannah Forbes, scored the squad's lone goal while the goalies were Ava Palmquist, Gracie Quinones, Alaina Rosengren and Madigan Collver.
FAST U-10 GIRLS
Kaylee Vincent racked up five goals while goalies Keely Bell and Sierra Delahoy surrendered just one goal to clinch a 5-1 victory for Falconer Pizza Hut over Frewsburg.
FAST U-13 BOYS
Chris Bollman and Ryan Holdridge scored the goals as Falconer Electronics edged BAYSO, 2-1.
Nathan Seaholm, Nate Lamer and Sam Dolan handled the goal keeping duties for the winners while Brody Johnson was the defensive standout.
Michael Padilla found the range for BAYSO with Phillip Lytle in goal and Austin Myles the defensive standout.
SWSC U-8 BOYS
Aidan Kennedy scored the hat trick and Henry Marshall chipped in with one goal as Bishop Concrete blanked Chautauqua Mechanical, 4-0.
Dylan Cole was the defensive standout for the victors.
SWSC U-8 GIRLS
Erin Koppel was perfect in the nets to lead Pizza Hut past the Kia Cheetahs, 1-0.
Juliana Graham scored the winning goal, Lily Cobb was the offensive standout and Lia Constantino was the defensive standout.
The top players for the Kia Cheetahs were Alexis Marotto and Anna Rauh.
SWCS U-10 GIRLS
The Regal Service Road Runners completed an 11-0-1 season with a 5-2 win over the Chautauqua Mechanical Little Fitters.
Hanna Johnson, Kylie Dibble, Courtney Graham, Makenzie Besse, and Sarah Bellardo each scored a goal while Johnson, Bellardo, and Gwen Colley shared the goaltending duties.
For Chautauqua Mechanical, two goals were scored by Sawyer Mohney while Erin Winn, Sawyer Mohney, Kylie Schnars and Halley Shagla were in goal.Maddie Johnson was the defensive standout for Chautauqua Mechanical.
SWCS U-12 GIRLS
Tri James Service Lady Crushers topped the Ambit Energy Team, 2-0.
TerryLee Talasky scored both goals for Tri James while Karen Johnson, Hanna Johnson, Alanna Dibble, and Elizabeth Comstock defended in goal.
For the Ambit Energy Team, Erin Raddack and Lauren Swan stood out on defense while Abbie Lisciandro, Sarah Anderson, Emma Myers, and Lotta Kranzo were all-around standouts.
SWCS U-13 BOYS
The Southwestern Jedi defeated Frewsburger, 4-3.
Vinny Certo had two goals for the Jedi while Justin Morris and Andrew Dix had one each. Goalies for the Jedi were Wyatt Perry, Dominic Certo, Nathan Radka and Dix.
Scoring for Frewsburger were Conour Rodgers, Nick Mole and Caleb Caldwell. Its goalies were Quinn Conlan, Nick Mole and Caleb Caldwell.
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Jacob Ferrari tallied the only goal as Quick Solutions nipped Southwestern 2, 1-0.
Dakota Delaney was the winning goalie and he was helped defensively by Ben Brooks, Nick Suter and Dawson White.
Matt Lundsten was the tough-luck goalie and Javin Newman was the defensive standout and Erik Johnson the offensive standout in the loss.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-6
Lewis Construction shut out JS Auto Supply, 3-0.
Emiley Anderson, Trent Lewis and Owen Meyers scored the goals for Lewis Construction with Hailey Anderson assisting Meyers on his goal.
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Storer's Containers edged JS Auto Supply, 3-2.
Ace Pierce scored two goals and Grant Zahm scored one for Storer's win.
Kole Davis and Easton Berwick scored the goals for JS Auto Supply.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-8
Jamestown Auto Center shut out Forecon Inc., 4-0.
Drake Pierce scored two goals and Alexander Runge also scored two goals with one assisted by Madilynne Hattaway.
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Mary K defeated J&J Painting, 2-1.
Nicholas Russo scored the two goals for Mary K.
Erma Jean Wolcott scored the lone goal for J&J Painting.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-11
Veracity Benefits shut out Valley Shack, 2-0.
Johnathon Brockelbank scored both goals for Veracity.
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Superior Energy edged Mom & Pop's Recycling, 2-1.
Jacob Fishgold scored a goal and Kolton Gibbons scored a goal with an assist from Megan Harrell for Superior.
Tayler Austin scored the lone goal for Mom & Pop's Recycling.
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Precision Web Tech, Inc. defeated Valley Tire, 4-1.
Spencer Blake netted two goals and Anna Wenger and Dalton McIntyre had one each for Precision.
Hayden Coulcher-Hobbs scored the lone goal for Valley Tire.
CASSADAGA VALLEY U-15
Gerry Free Methodist Church shut out Valley Motor Sports, 1-0.
Donald Erwin scored the goal with the assist from Zachary Myers.
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Andersen-Cuddihy Inc. shut out Barmore Sellstrom, 2-0.
Julia Ozga scored a goal with an assist from Daniel Andersen and Jeffrey Fishgold scored a goal with the assist from Andersen. Destin Moore-Johns was the shutout goalie.