Area Youth Soccer
SWSC U-10 COED
Tristan Taylor scored midway through the second half when Bishop Concrete nipped Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo, 2-1.
Matthew Persia was the defensive standout for Bishop Concrete and Libby Spicola was the defensive standout for Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo.
Liam Shultz scored the lone goal for Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo.
Connor Horner and Carter Rizzuto each scored as Neil’s Propane beat Davidson’s Restaurant, 2-1.
Jessica Lyon was the defensive standout for Neil’s Propane.
Wilson Genareo scored a goal and Makenna Johnson was the defensive standout for Davidson’s Restaurant.
On Monday, Keystone topped Davidson’s Restaurant 3-1, thanks to two goals from Miles Moore and one from Ejuah Sarvaiya while Grady Moore led the defense.
Davidson’s Restaurant had a goal from Michael Rambacher while Elise Kartese led the defense.
Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo topped Keystone, 2-0, as Joey Sirianni and Avery Johnson grabbed goals in the win.
Livvy Cipolla was the defensive standout for the winners while Keystone had Connor Swafford lead the way on defense.
Bishop Concrete defeated Lakeshore Paving, 4-0, with Tate James scoring two goals.
Ava Laurie and Matthew Persia also scored for Bishop Concreate.
Tristan Taylor led the winners in goal while Lake Shore had Bailey Bishop lead the way on defense.
FAYS U-6 COED
Toby Steward scored four goals and added an assist as Miller’s Coconut Grove beat Shults Auto Group, 7-5, on Monday.
Luna Sadowski, Tristan Stormer and Camden Crudi also scored for Miller’s Coconut Grove.
For Shults Auto Group, Jaxson Swanson had four goals and Leah Pasieka scored one.
Gavin Carmen and Cobb Corbin each scored twice to lead Bair’s Pizza past Miller’s Coconut Grove, 7-6.
Zander Seiberg and Austin Eckman also scored for Bair’s Pizza, which benefited from an own goal.
Tristan Stormer scored five times while Toby Steward also scored for Miller’s Coconut Grove.
On Saturday, Tristan Stormer scored four times as Miller’s Coconut Grove beat Bair’s Pizza, 5-2.
Toby Steward also scored in the win.
Zander Seiberg and Austin Eckman scored for Bair’s Pizza.
JAYS U-6 BOYS
Timbits Lime blanked Timbits Forest, 5-0, with goals coming from Grant Swanson, Brady Hughs, Tage Beaumont, Sean Dilker and Ryan Rivera while Rivera, Sean Dilker, Kayden Dombroski and Swanson were in net.
Crimson Brake, Derek Gray, Cody Clark and Parker Hess shared time in net for Timbits Forest.
Timbits Maroon was a 3-0 winner over Timbits Purple thanks to goals from Braydon Crawford, Isaiah Diaz-Torres and Kolton Marucci-Black while Holdan Goodwill, Ethan Miller, Marucci-Black and Diaz-Torres were in net.
Connor Kilbury, Noah Madison, Carter Buttafaro and Ethan Miceli took care of the goalkeeping for Timbits Purple.
JAYS U-8 BOYS
Jonathan Torres scored three times for Chautauqua Hillcrest Inn in a 4-1 win over Jamestown Elks Club.
Aiden Buck also scored for Chautauqua Hillcrest Inn, which had Frankie Zavala, Alaric Richards, Buck and Hudson Himes in net.
Carson Frazier scored for Jamestown Elks Club, which had Stephan Rasmussen, Sylas Kulig, Clint Haskins and Johnathan Amidon in net.
Nico Mason scored twice for Premier Listing Real Estate in a 2-2 tie with Chautauqua Hillcrest Inn.
Jonathan Torres and Aiden Buck scored for Chautauqua Hillcrest Inn, which had Anthony Moreno, Frankie Zavala, Holden Brooks and Alaric Richards in net.
The goalkeepers for Premier Listing Real Estate were Rhodes Nalaska, Jaxson Reeves, Max Milley and Bronx Ballard.
Zander Tibbets and Brayden Smith scored for Northwest Savings Bank in a 2-0 win over Jamestown Kiwanis Club.
Goalkeepers for Northwest Savings Bank were Liam Walker, Draven Decker, Ryan Engquist and Blake Halley.
Jamestown Kiwanis Club goalkeepers were Tyler Ostrander, Harley Dunn, Wyatt Luton and Jose Luna
The Jamestown Elks topped AJ’s Texas Hots, 2-0, as Nolan Drake and Oscar Auflick grabbed one goal each.
Winnings goalkeepers included Jonathan Amidon, Clint Haskins, Sylas Kulig and Matthew Roland.
Leading AJ’s Texas Hots in net were Seth Lutgen, Lucas Dagoliee, Griffin Knopp and Caleb Dykstra.
JAYS U-10 GIRLS
Lutheran picked up a 6-1 win over Pizza Express thanks to goals by Ryah Leeper, Caylee Carlson, Kendall Hughes, Marcia McIntyre, Mackenna Lutgen and Riley Johnson while Carlson, McIntyre, Leeper and Hughes split time in net.
Zoey Shimmel scored the lone goal for Pizza Express and also split time in goal with Ginx Griffin, Braylynn Burger and Chloe Lundberg.
Dole Studios earned a 5-1 win over Orkin with tallies coming from Addison Cappalino, Anna Engquist, Emily Hicks, Brielle Berg and Layla Amatuzzo and goaltending duties getting split between Alexis Birath, Ava Lanphere, Trinity Salter and Lydia Pound.
Ellie Giltinan scored the lone goal for Orkin while Gabriella Seekins, Sarah Holtz, Kianna Sanders and Allison McCallum split time in net.
JAYS U-12 COED
Blake Swanson scored twice to lead PhoneZone past Superior Bat Company, 6-4.
Jhensen Cordero, Lincoln Carpenter, Dominic DeAngelo and Jason Leenders also scored for PhoneZone, which had Betty Tubbs, Sierra Allison, Andrew Prentice and Cole Strickland in net.
Jolie Schultz scored twice while Jaidan Lutgen and Eligh DeLeon also scored for Superior Bat Company. Mike Jabcznyski, Julian Jackson, DeLeon and Stevie Tanner were the goalkeepers for Superior Bat Company.
Javion Barr scored three times to lead The Post-Journal to an 8-3 victory, despite a strong second-quarter push from Kwik Solutions.
Grayson Bloomquist, Maddox Knorr, Kellen Allen, Kase Leeper and Ruby Meyer also scored for The Post-Journal, which had Allen, Leeper, Mark Mescall and Alexis Akley in net.
Aquila Baker scored twice and Mallory Atwater also scored for Kwik Solutions, which had Brayelan Peterson, Jaymin Carlson, Jaxson Wilcox and Giovanni Parasaliti in net.
Jillian Sharp scored twice to lead Morgan Services past Trussalo, 6-1.
Dontae Vasquez, Amari McGaughy, Olivia Franzen and Seth Roberts also scored for Morgna Services, which had Lydia Simpson, Joseph Jacques, David Harris and Vasquez in net.
Trussalo’s goal scorer was Drake Reynolds while the goalkeepers were Ethan Braun, Emilie Jacobs and Shaelynn Rounds.