Indoor Soccer

SHULTS AUTO GROUP

LEAGUE

VARSITY BOYS

Caleb Lindell scored four goals, Ryan Flatt had two goals and Colin Blair added one goal as the Warren Dragons defeated North Lake, 7-5 at the Lakewood Family YMCA.

Jacob Miller had three goals and Josh Helm two in the loss.

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Ben DePerna scored three goals to lead Falconer/Cassadaga to a 5-0 win over Dunkirk.

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Pine Valley edged Chautauqua Lake, 3-2, with goals by Makiah Snyder and Evan Frontudo.

Zach Hendricks and Kyle Prewitt scored for Chautauqua Lake.

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Four goals by Makay Young enabled Southwestern to down Maple Grove, 7-2.

Quincy Turner, Justin Morris and Chase Stevenson scored the rest of the Southwestern goals.

Wyatt Chriest and Nick Brown scored for Maple Grove.

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Jamestown A blanked Frewsburg, 3-0, with tallies by Gage Whipple, Kaden Roehm and Mike Andalora.

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Eisenhower shaded Corry, 5-4, with one goal each by Max Caudell, Luke Smelko and Kelly Glotz.

For Corry, Dillon Riddel had two goals, and Wesley McCray and Damon Peru tallied one each.

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Kane turned back Jamestown B, 7-1, behind Clayton Detrick and Pat Detsch with two goals and Brennan Schulze with one goal.

Gavin Carnahan scored for Jamestown.

VARSITY GIRLS

Maple Grove downed Brocton, 4-2, with Claire Crossley scoring three goals and Morgan Plymel adding one.

Laura Johnston and Jana Brooker each scored a goal in defeat.

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Southwestern defeated Frewsburg, 5-4, highlighted by three goals by Karen Johnson and one goal by Ashley Lundmark.

Frewsburg received goals from Alex Hultberg (two), and Kiara Marchincin and Maddie Sohl (one each).

POWER LEAGUE

Anthony Marshall and Pablo Buttesterros scored five goals apiece and Ray Amborski added four goals as the Role Models beat Kinzua, 14-12.

Will Cole scored four goals, and Tanner Kayes and Josiah Black each had three goals for Kinzua.

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The Empty Pint prevailed over the Valley Bowl, 11-3, with Jerome Lee Yaw scoring four goals, and Jake Berg and Alex Lee Yaw adding three goals apiece.

Toby Keller had two goals and Dan Lane added one for Valley Bowl.

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