Area Soccer Roundup

Ava Saullo of Larson Orthodontics, right, makes a play in a Southwestern Coed Under-8 soccer game on Tuesday. Submitted photo

JAYS U8 GIRLS

Jamestown Pediatrics downed Weber Knapp, 1-0.

Gabriella Dumaine scored the goal in support of goalies Julia Stormont, Avannah Watson, Delaney Tomaszewski and Amy Noll.

Amelia Potter, Zipporah Greenland-Pickering, Abby Sharp and Addison Buck were in goal for Weber Knapp

FAST

U6 COED

Falconer Funeral Home Yellow topped Falconer Funeral Home Blue, 4-2, thanks to goals by Owen Carlberg, Jacob Kianos, Asher Baehr and Jackson Johnson.

Scoring for Blue was Hannah Evans with a pair.

U8 GIRLS

Falconer Funeral Home beat Jamestown Macadam, 9-2.

Scoring for the winning team was Kale Livengood with five goals, Camden Boardman with two goals, and Madelynn Ohman and Lyla Gagnon with one each.

Scoring for Jamestown Macadam were Lilah Muscarella and Liam Griffith.

INTERLEAGUE

U8

BAYSO Kwik-Fill topped FAYS Jay Eckert Construction, 4-3, thanks to two goals by Svea Winchester, one from Aiden Dahlberg and one more from Lainey Pillittieri.

Scoring for FAYS was Madden Lampo with a pair of goals while Robbie Culpepper added another.

In net for the winners were Winchester, Pillittieri, Jaxon Kraft and Lyla Plymel.

U10 GIRLS

Truck-Lite defeated Bair’s Pizza, 4-1, behind three goals from Kenley Lincoln and another tally by Emilee Chapman.

Angela Pond, Emilee Chapman, Ava Chapman and Alyssa Howard were in goal for the winners.

Chloe Rublee notched the lone goal for Bair’s while Rublee, Avery Harvey, Keyona Bair and Trinity Keith split time in net.

SWCS

U8 COED

The Law Office of Avery Olson played Hope’s Windows to a 3-3 tie, with Owen Mank scoring all three goals for Hope’s while Lilly Mullen led the way on defense.

DJ Miles scored one goal and led the defense for Avery Olson. Lucas Genareo added two goals.

U10 COED

Neil’s Propane topped Weber Knapp, 2-0, thanks to goals from Jessica Lyons and Carter Rizzuto, while Anthony Bellardo led the defense.

Chloe Meadows led the Weber Knapp defense.

JAYS

U6 BOYS

Timbits Navy posted a 2-0 win over Timbits Maroon thanks to a pair of tallies by Noah Langworthy.

Parker Liffner, Jeremy Weber, Sebastian Gibbs and Langworthy were in net for the winners, and Ethan Miller, Isaiah Diaz-Torres, Brent Scott and Holdan Goodwill were in net for Maroon.

U6 GIRLS

Timbits Black topped Timbits Purple, 5-0, with three goals coming from Elle Theofilactidis and single tallies coming from Erin Engquist and Lyla Stronz.

Aristea Theofilactidis, Izzy Strickland, Darci Coulter and Lauren Engquist were in net for the winners while Kadance DeVlieger, Ava Rough, Desirae Berry and Piper Mongitore were in net for Purple.

U8 GIRLS

El Greco topped 7-Eleven, 5-1, with Peyton Gibbs nailing a hat trick and Kinsley Berg adding two goals while Kirra Burham, Isabel Berry, Clair Guiffrida and Milina Singleton were in net.

Sophie Hummel scored for 7-Eleven while Chloe Komenda, Naviea Rahim, Jayda Eddy and Nora Brown were in net.

U10 GIRLS

Kendall Club PBA battled Pizza Express to a 1-1 stalemate, with Mara Strickland scoring for the former and Jaela Wofford scoring for Pizza Express.

Gianna DiDomenico, S’miya Kingsbury, Peyton Senear and Camryn Storms were in net for Kendall Club and Mikaela Bernard, Madyson Greenawalt, Amaiya Thomas and Chloe Lundberg were in net for Pizza Express.

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Chuck Dole Studios earned a 6-0 win over Lutheran as Addison Cappalino scored a pair, Brielle Berg a pair, Anna Engquist one and Layla Amatuzzo one.

Lydia Pound, Katana Ramos, Cappalino and Engquist were in net for the winners.

Maddie Martin, Marcia McIntyre, Mackenna Lutgen and Riley Johnson were in net for Lutheran.

U15 COED

Sertoma Club squeezed by Local IBEW 106, 3-1, at Allen Park thanks to goals from Joseph Dahlgren, Korynne Capizzi and Jonathan Erickson while Alexander Haywood, Erickson and Taylor Crofoot were in net.

Colton Cappalino grabbed the IBEW goal and Caylee Peterson split time in net with Kylie Luce.

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Henry James bested El Greco, 8-1, with Raiden Ferraro grabbing a hat trick. Jacob Horton added two goals and single tallies came from Ian McIntosh, Madison Smith and Chloe Wilson.

The winners had Alex Dawson, Damon Tanner, Kiersten Horton and McIntosh in net.

FAYS

U10 GIRLS

Frewsburger Pizza Shop defeated Lane Women’s Health, 8-0, as Alex Story scored three goals, with one each coming from Alayna Devereaux, Jessica Estabrook, Jaden Jimerson, Brooke Lee and Jayden Trocki. Skylar Ekstrom was in net.

Cordy Rodgers, Rosalie Rondeau, Gigi Fisk and Riley Hawley were in net for Lane Women’s Health.

CVYS

U6

King Kone earned a victory over Shur Fine, 6-0. Scoring for King Kone was Hunter Edson with five goals and Liam Moore with one goal for the shut out.

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Roy G Biv posted the victory over Lula Roe, 2-1.

Scoring for Roy G Biv were Brayden Beichner and Brody Beichner with one goal each. Scoring for Lula Roe was Noah Reynolds.

U8

Barney’s Hoof Trimming topped Jamestown Macadam, 2-0. Scoring for Barney’s was Caleb Anderson with two goals. Goalies for Barney’s were Carter Furman, Jaidyn Briggs, Gemma Andersen and Caleb Anderson.

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Park Church bested Homestead Stables, 3-0. Scoring for Park Church was Alicyn Reed, Madison Hinton and Jaydyne Crowell with one goal in the shutout.

U11

Library Bookworms tied KCR, 2-2. Scoring for Library Bookworms were Breonna Hopkins and Brianna Myers each with one goal. Scoring for KCR was Hailey Myers with two goals for the tie.

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SKM picked up a win over Bethany Camp, 8-2. Scoring for SKM was Emiley Anderson with all eight goals, while Jackson Crowell had a pair of assists. Scoring for Bethany Camp were Connor Main, assisted by Madilyn Sorber, and Aiden Testa each with one goal.

U16

MK Mustangs tied Southern Tier Land Surveying, 0-0

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Gerry Free Methodist had a 3-1 win over Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit.

Scoring for Gerry Free Methodist was Gregory Holmberg, Johnathon Brockelbank and Sarah Meder each with one goal while Drake Pierce had two assists. Scoring for Southern Chautauqua FCU was Noah Abram.

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