JAYS U-8 GIRLS
Riley Johnson, Brielle Berg and Layla Amatuzzo had three goals each while Sophia Napoliti and Lucie Digirolamo added two apiece as Friendly Restaurant posted a 17-0 win.
Other goals were scored by Kinsley Berg, Maleeya McGaughy, Johanna Murray and Giana Cusimano for the winners
Mylee Dawson, Riley Johnson, Digirolamo and Amatuzzo were the goalies who combined for the shutout.
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Kendall Hughes had all three goals as Lutheran Pinks defeated Fessenden, Laumer and DeAngelo Navy Blues, 3-1.
Olivia Anderson, Ava Lanphere, Adriana Lombardo and Teagan Raynor shared goaltending for the Pinks. In defeat, Chloe Cimo, Ginx Griffith, Lucy Mattson and Amaiya Thomas were the goalies.
JAYS U-8 BOYS
Blake Swanson scored three goals and Javontae Hampton added two as Phone Zone downed Slone-Melhuish, 7-2.
Trysten Eggleston and Joseph Jacques scored the rest of the goals.
Nico Mason had both goals for Slone-Melhuish.
Swanson, Amari McGaughy, Hampton and Clint Haskins were in goal for the winners, In net in a losing cause were Jackson Grey, Andrew Smith-Calanni, Levi Sandy and Cooper Wilson.
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Julian Jackson and Jordan Spencer split four goals when the Elks downed Everyday’s True Value Hardware, 6-0.
Aiden Buck and Beckett Lumia contributed goals for the Elks, who received flawless goaltending from Lumia, Gunnar Anderson, Jaxson Wilcox and Cody Rice.
For True Value, the goalies were Romello Sharp, Sylas Kulig, Sammy Lisciandro and Lucas Randolph.
JAYS U-12 COED
Karrye Mims had four goals, and Rena Huntington and Owen Slojkowksi added one each as El Greco outlasted AJ’s Texas Hots, 6-4.
Keith Miller scored all four goals for AJ’s against the goaltending of Huntington, Stahli Theofilactidis, Theo Singleton and Abbie Derby.
For AJ’s, Meghan Mistretta, Brody Retterer, Connor Bouckhuyt and Anthony Powell were the goalies.
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Evan Maloney tallied twice, and Morgan Maloney, Adam Powell, Trayce Eggleston, Lincoln Carpenter all had one as Weber-Knapp stopped The Post-Journal, 6-2.
Connor Carlson and Gavin Pantojas were the goal scorers in the loss.
Maddox Knorr, Cameron Latone, Haileigh Peterson and Carpenter were the goalies who combined for the win.
Luca Delpozza, Carlson, Noah Rivera and Kalun Hodgkin were the goalies in the loss.
JAYS U-15 COED
Colton Cappalino scored two goals and Joseph Dahlgren added one when IBEW Local 106 blanked Northwest Savings Bank, 3-0.
Gage Viele, Caylee Peterson and Matthew Wetherby were the goalies for the winners.
Shay Zwald, Giaconda Calamunci and Aidan Brumbaugh were the goalies for Northwest Savings Bank.
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Caleb Bane scored two goals, and Harrison Monfort, Colton Lange and Gavin Carnahan chipped in one each as Kendall Club shut out 7-Eleven, 5-0.
Evan Sharpe, Monfort, Lester and Pumford were the goalies in the win.
For 7-Eleven, Jillian Horton, Caleb Erickson, Kamille LaMountain, Alexander Haywood and Nayla Torres were in net.
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Led by Gavin Carnahan with two goals, Kendall Club had an explosive night in blanking Pizza Express, 10-0.
Holland Isaacson, Alex Sharpe, Evan Sharpe, Caleb Bane, Harrison Monfort, Colton Lange, Christian Pumford and Mystique Gomez each had goal for Kendall Club.
Gomez, Isaacson, Raina Lester and Evan Sharpe were in the Kendall Club net. Haileigh Rhodes, Taye Rice and Hanna Bigelow were the Pizza Express goalies.
INTERLEAGUE U-13 GIRLS
Southwestern’s TitanX downed BAYSO’s Modern Expressions Salon, 7-0, as Reece Barber scored twice.
Heidi Swan-Leuze, Lillian Cobb, Mia Engdahl, Alyson Dalton and Elizabeth Kane scored one goal apiece for TitanX.
Sophia Segrue, Alexis Lundmark, Beaver and Kane were flawless in goal for TitanX while Brianna Lilley and Jaidyn Newhouse were standouts on defense.
Tristan Steward had two goals and Jackson Hattaway added one as Storer’s Cyclones blanked Shur Fine, 3-0.
Bethany Camp claimed a 3-2 win over Heritage House as Kole Hawkins, Derrick Runge and Connor Main scored the goals with assists by Madilyn Sober and Main.
Isaac Moore and Matthew Runge had goals in the setback.
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KCR Enterprises edged Shaffner, Knight and Minnauah, 3-2, with Natalie Dorsey having two goals and Breonna Hopkins adding one.
Owen Meyers scored both goals for SKM with assists to Emiley Anderson and Hailey Anderson.
Drake Pierce scored three goals and Kennedy Pattison had two as Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union defeated Savvy Hair, 9-3.
Rayven Sample also had two goals and Collin Sischo and Braeden Sigular each had one. Assists were picked up by Evan Diers, Sample and Sigular.
For Savvy Hair, Hannah McChesney scored two goals, Jacob Frost added a goal and Elizabeth Abram chipped in an assist.
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Noah Richner and Owen Sorber scored twice as Gerry Free Methodist downed the Library Book Worms, 5-2.
Steven Biggers recorded the other goal for the winners while assists were picked up by Sorber, Biggers, Sarah Rose Elder and Richner.
For the Book Worms, Matthew Dallas had two goals and Dalton McIntyre added an assist.
JAYS U15 COED
Caleb Erickson tallied two goals to help lead 7/11 over the Jamestown Cycle Shop, 6-0.
Jillian Horton, Isabella DiDomenico, Nayla Torres and Eric Pettibon also scored in the win while Jaylen Fred, DiDomenico, Pettibon and Kamille Lamountain saw action in goal for 7/11.