FAYS U-6 COED
Nic-L-Inn topped United Alloys, 10-1, paced by Taytum Jimerson with four goals and Ava Jimerson added a hat trick.
Greyson Lewis, Kealy Caflisch and Maddox Sheesley also added one goal each and the goaltenders were Meadow Hartley, Ava and Taytum and Taylor Yost.
Robbie Bellardo boots the ball during action in the Southwestern Soccer Clubs Under-6 Division on Tuesday night. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Mark L. Anderson
Chase Bianco, right, of the Red Minis sets his sites on the ball during recent Falconer Area Soccer Teams Under-6 Coed Division action. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Jim Riggs
For United Alloys, Vander Pitts scored.
Dr. Daniels outlasted Sweet Repeats, 4-1, as Andreus Fountaine scored two goals and Teghan Trocki and Gina Cardone had one goal each and the goalkeeper was Kaleigh Paul.
For Sweet Repeats, Ryan Eckman scored the lone goal and Annessa Steel was in goal.
SWSC U-14 GIRLS
Elements Salon & Spa shut out Eckman Insurance, 2-0.
Victoria VanEvery and Addie Everson were the goal scorers for the winners and in goal were Alanna Dibble, Alicia Bellardo and Hannah Lillie.
For Eckman, Alyssa Lobb and Abby Dobek took care of the net.
SWSC U-10 GIRLS
Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union shut out Falconer, 4-0.
Erin Manning and Ellie Lawton scored two goals each for the winners and the defensive standouts were Brynne Conley and Alexis Marotto.
The offensive star for Falconer was Cassie Mosher and Alyssa Holdridge shined on defense.
Southwestern's Pizza Hut downed Frewsburg's Eckert Construction as Erin Wynn and Emily Kimball led the way with three goals each.
Melissa DeVore added two goals and Korbin Chase, Olivia Heslink, Sidney Thorpe and McKenzie Bessie each connected for one goal.
Eckert Construction was led by Madison Caflish, Emma Ruhlman, Alaina Rosengren, Gracie Quinones, Madison Huggins, and Peyton Yost.
SWCS U-16 BOYS
Pure Earth Resources defeated Lobb's Mobil, 3-1.
Pure Earth's goals were scored by Benjamin Graham, Dustin McCaslin and Giuseppe Hoose. Andrew Dix, Jack Brinkley, Cameron Lunz, and Dawson White shared goaltender duties.
The Lobb's Mobil goal was scored by Dylan Nordlund. Goaltenders for Lobb's Mobil were Caleb Carr, Quinn Conlan, Jordan Crofoot, and Dylan Davis.
JAYS CELORON MOOSE U-8 GIRLS
Mygopher@Kmart got by AT&T Wireless, 2-1.
Aliya Graham scored both goals for Mygopher@Kmart and the winning goalies included Kenzie Carpenter, Delilah Miranda, Ella Propheter, and Abby Monaghan.
Nayla Torres scored for AT&T and the goalkeeping was split between Lexi Clemente, Madison Ottaway, Darianna Barr and Chloe Wilson.
The Post-Journal Red team and AJ's Texas Hots Pink team battled to a 3-3 tie.
Karryne Mims shined with the hat trick for The Post-Journal and in goal were Kiara Higgs, Kira Christensen, Emma Pratt and Karlee Rock.
Payton Horton also had the hat trick for AJ's Texas Hots as Horton, Olivia Potter, Ava Hagelin and Myah Fitch split time in goal.
JAYS TIMBITS U-6 GIRLS
The Tim Hortons Maroon Timbits blanked the Gray Timbits, 2-0, with Sadie Steward netting both goals.
In goal for the winners were Nevaeh Robles, Peyton Joly, Hannah Sorenson and Abrey Harvey.
For the Gray team, Chyanne Williams, Brionna Dumaine, Hayden Dawson, and Sydney Dawson shared time in goal.
The Tim Hortons Sky Blue Timbits and the Apple Green Timbits played to a 2-2 tie.
Mckenna Cuifolo and Morgan Maloney scored one goal apiece for the Sky Blue team and Cuifalo split time in the net with Mary Bailey, Karina Camp and Anna Engquist.
For the Apple Green team, Mallory Atwater scored both goals and the goalies were Jasmine Goulding-Lopez and Emma Harrington.
The Tim Hortons Orange Timbits topped the Purple Timbits, 4-0.
Olivia Michael and Madison Hill had two goals apiece for the Orange team and the goalies included Alexis Hultberg, Makenzie Westley, Madison Hill and Sara Spitz.
Alexis Ackley,Arehlyn Pattison, Addison Hughes and Grayson Bloomquist shined on defense for the Purple team.
JAYS SERTOMA CLUB U-10 GIRLS
Jillian Horton knocked in two goals as Peppy Dental rolled to a 5-1 win over Reeds Jewelers.
Also for Peppy Dental, Jaylyn Fred and Dea Anderson added single goals while Anderson combined with Claire Pumford, Olivia Pinciaro and Rylie Loomis to earn the victory in the net.
Allie Brown produced a pair of goals as Pizza Express topped Jamestown Pediatrics, 5-1.
Other goal scorers included Lauren Tracy, Abby Maloney and Emily Hall and the goalkeeping was handled by Kayla Krzanak, Kayden Bates, Arianna Taylor and Lehanna Leeper.
For Jamestown Pediatrics, Alyssa Shimmel scored the lone goal and joined Skylynn Tomlinson Cora Bloedin and Skyela Banse-Fay in minding the net.
JAYS KIWANIS U-12 GIRLS
Southside Redemption Center edged Embroidered Designs by Debbie, 7-6, as Rylee Porter came through with the hat trick.
Also for the Southside team, Morgan Tracy knocked in two goals, Gillian Mead and Emily Ryberg added one goal each and Ryberg joined with Sarah Pillitteri, Mollie Lundberg and Vanessa Sanfillippo in protecting the net.
Zakya Slaughter shined for Embroidered Designs by Debbie with five goals and Kylie Lopez had one goal.
Jamestown Savings Bank shut out Allstate Insurance, 2-0, with Kaidynce Walker and Mady Anderson contributing one goal apiece and Walker shared time in goal with Hayden Guichard, Ellen Cross and Nadine Glover.
For Allstate, the goalies were Brianna Stone, Sierra Fish, Christina McMillan and Jessica Susz.
FAST U-8 BOYS
Rand Machine and Iuculano Construction fought to a 3-3 tie.
Scoring for Rand Machine were Dalton Caldwell with two goals and Adam Boardman added one tally while Boardman, Caldwell, Karson DePasquale and Carson Olson split time in the net.
Frankie Iuculano had a pair of goals for Iuculano Construction and Tray Laska contributed one goal with Bradan Devereaux and Lucas Eckman handling the goalkeeping duties.
FAST U-13 BOYS
Trenton Colburn netted four goals, Chris Bollman two and Gavin Pavlock one more as Falconer Funeral Home toppled JAMA Surgery, 7-1.
Chris Reudinger scored the lone goal in defeat.
CASSADAGA VALLEY YS U-6
Pavlock Construction defeated Lewis Construction, 6-4, as Kevin Harrington scored all six goals.
Trent Lewis scored the four goals for Lewis Construction.
- - -
Schaffner Knight & Minnaugh P.C. defeated Cow Trimmers, 15-0.
Emily Anderson scored seven goals and one assist while Nathan Bailey and Cameron Katlius scored three goals each and Hailey Anderson scored two goals.
CASSADAGA VALLEY YS U-8
J&J Painting had the victory over the Parts Plus Panthers, 9-0.
Austin Main had three goals and three assists while Ben Elder, Alex Kahle and Ella Ekstrom each scored two goals. Ella Ekstrom and Brogan Egan each had an assist.
- - -
The McDonald's Small Fries topped Storer's Containers, 8-2.
Ace Pierce scored five goals while Kole Davis, Chase Pierce and Katlyne Daughenbaugh had one each.
Scoring for Storer's Containers was Isaac Wenger.
CASSADAGA VALLEY YS U-11
Veracity Benefits defeated Valley Tire, 2-1.
Drake Pierce and Kaylee Pattyson each scored one goal for the winner.
Scoring for Valley Tire was Dalton McIntyre.
- - -
Mom & Pop's Recycling tied Cassadaga Sure Fine, 1-1.
Dominic Huston scored for Mom & Pop's and Cameron Anderson scored for Cassadaga Sure Fine.
- - -
Gerry Free Methodist defeated Mary Kay, 3-2.
Kolton Gibbons scored two goals and Johnathon Brockelbank scored one for GFM.
Scoring for Mary Kay was Jacob Fishgold.
CASSADAGA VALLEY YS U-15
Jamestown Auto Center tied Andersen Cuddihy Inc., 6-6.
Kari Morrison and Grace Penhollow each scored two goals for the Jamestown Auto Center while Robbie Penhollow had a goal and an assist and Izzy Penhollow scored a goal.
Dan Andersen scored four goals and Destin Johns scored two for Andersen Cuddihy
- - -
FC Thunder shut out Advanced Septic, 11-0.
Eli Johns scored five goals, Jeff Fishgoal had four goals and Julie Ozga and Zackary Zielinski one each.