Indoor Youth Soccer

SHULTS AUTO GROUP LEAGUE

JUNIOR VARSITY BOYS

Sam Eimiller scored three goals while Steven Whitman and Alex McCallum each tallied twice as Maple Grove edged the Golden Cougars, 7-6.

Alex Reynolds had two goals while Jacob Thierfeldt and Angelo Kimmel each had one for the Golden Cougars.

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Led by Jack Darling and Parks Ordiway with three goals apiece, Kinzua belted Southwestern, 13-2.

Evan Bishop had two goals in defeat.

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John Torres accounted for three goals, Reiden Ferraro had two goals and Damon Tanner scored one goal as Jamestown breezed by Eisenhower, 12-2.

Matthew Cathcart and Tommy Jukes scored for Eisenhower.

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SKF-SW downed Frewsburg, 8-1, with Tim Galati, Tucker Gesing and James Pirello having two goals apiece.

Frankie Iuculano tallied the lone Frewsburg goal.

JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS

Mia DeLong and Emily Kimball divided six goals and Cora Casselman added one goal as Southwestern tripped up Maple Grove, 8-3.

Taylor Pascoe had two goals and Erin Nolan scored one goal for Maple Grove.

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Falconer got past Pine Valley, 5-2, behind three goals from Cassie Mosher and two goals from Maddie Pitts.

Ireland Hagglund had two goals in defeat.

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Haleigh Dellow, Sheala Baresi and McKenna Baresi each scored once as Brocton-Westfield nipped Frewsburg, 3-2.

For Frewsburg, Raena Bird and Lizzie Schrecengost had the goals.

5TH-6TH GRADE POWER LEAGUE

Sarah Sokolski, Brady Berdine and Ledger Nelson scored a goal apiece as Warren decisioned the Fire Breathing Dragons, 6-1.

Kayla Saeli scored for the Fire Breathing Dragons.

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Southwestern was all over Cassadaga, 11-6, when Sophia Segrue, Seth Vaughn and Brody Larson scored three goals apiece.

For Cassadaga, Ace Pierce, Calvin Hilliker and Emily Anderson scored the goals.

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Sparked by Drew Oste’s four goals, FAST walloped the Electric Knights, 12-4.

Noah Rivera and Lincoln Carpenter had two goals apiece for the Electric Knights.

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Keegan Ritter, Zane Cline and Taytum Jimerson tallied a goal apiece as Frewsburg edged FAST, 4-3.

Ethyn Gilbert scored all three goals for FAST.

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