Senior Moments

19th Annual Games Held At Martin Road Athletic Complex

Dunkirk’s Tristan Skelly, left, and Chautauqua Lake’s Bryan Anderson simultaneously head a ball during Sunday’s 19th annual Chautauqua County Senior All-Star Game at the Red Raider Athletic Complex. P-J photo by Tim Frank

The 19th annual Chautauqua County Senior All-Star Soccer Games were played Sunday afternoon at the Martin Road Athletic Complex in Jamestown.

For the record, the White defeated Blue, 4-1, in the girls game, headlined by a goal and an assist from team Most Valuable Player Chloe Kibbe of Maple Grove, and a pair of goals from Frewsburg’s Gabby Iuculano. Emma Rice of Silver Creek/Forestville added a goal, and Maple Grove’s Morgan Plymel collected a pair of assists.

Laurel Erick of Fredonia had the lone goal for Blue. The team MVP was Hannah Sellari, also of Fredonia.

In the boys game, Chase Stevenson of Southwestern scored two goals, Trojan teammate Justin Morris had a goal and an assist, and team MVP Michael Persch of Fredonia chipped in a goal as Blue shut out White, 4-0.

Josh Golando of Maple Grove was White’s MVP.

Frewsburg’s Gabby Iuculano, right, looks for room while being pursued by Jamestown’s Zoe White. P-J photo by Tim Frank

Following are the team members and their coaches:


White: Gabby Iuculano, Alyssa Lobb, Kiara Marchincin, Taylor McLaughlin and Madeline Proctor, Frewsburg; Sarah Berg, Hailey Blair, Clare Crossley, Chloe Kibbe, Morgan Plymel and Marisa Schuppenhauer, Maple Grove; Jaeleigh Cruz, Emma Rice and Kristen Wielgasz, Silver Creek/Forestville; and Ella Archer and Maddy Brogan, Westfield. The coaches were Kevin Rice (Silver Creek/Forestville) and Michael Burr (Maple Grove).

Blue: Tara Cratsley, Cassadaga Valley; Chadelyn Johnson, Emily Phelps and Hannah Roush, Chautauqua Lake; Morgan Cotton and Emma Newton, Dunkirk; Macey Lundmark, Zoe White and Lauren Peters, Jamestown; Sam Kianos, Alex Peterson, Falconer; Laurel Erick and Hannah Sellari, Fredonia; and Kylie Brown, Hannah Sholl, Breah Orlando and Ashley Lundmark, Southwestern. The coaches were Brett Gould and Paul Sellari (Fredonia).


The 19th annual Chautauqua County Senior All-Star Soccer Games were played Sunday at the Martin Road Athletic Complex in Jamestown. Above, representing Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo’s Sports4Kids, Andrew Robinson presents Most Valuable Player awards to Hannah Sellari of Fredonia, left, and Chloe Kibbe of Maple Grove. P-J photo by Tim Frank

White: Matthew Hanlon and Tristan Skelly, Dunkirk; Kaden Roehm, Jamestown; Jack Eimiller, Josh Golando, Austin Myles, Jack Novotny and Zeke Olson, Maple Grove; Dawson Chase, Bayley Finch, Jesse Jenkins, Makiah Snyder and Ryan Snyder, Pine Valley; Jacob Bulich, Hayden Congdon, Evan Graham and Carter Peet, Randolph; and Matthew See and Luke Stephenson, Westfield/Brocton. The coaches were Zachery Meadows (Dunkirk) and Cara Abbey (Maple Grove).

Blue: Bryan Anderson, Alex Gleason, Brandon McCaslin, Riley Otto, Chautauqua Lake; Tyler Pacos and Gavin Pavlock, Falconer/Cassadaga Valley; Maximillian Kinkela, Gabriel Persch, Michael Persch, Caleb Reynolds, James Rush IV and Marcus Seastedt, Fredonia; Jake Stelmack, Frewsburg; Nikolas Dawley, Silver Creek/Forestville; and Michael Cammarata, Bryce Deering, Justin Morris, Isac Pirrello and Chase Stevenson, Southwestern. The coaches were Dan Molfino (Falconer/Cassadaga Valley) and Jason Deering (Southwestern).

The sponsors were The Jock Shop, The Post-Journal, Sports4Kids (represented by Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo), Pepsi Cola Inc., Basil & Bones and Jamestown Soccer Boosters.

Andrew Robinson of Fessenden, Laumer and DeAngelo, center, presents the boys MVP awards to Michael Persch of Fredonia, left, and Josh Golando of Maple Grove. P-J photo by Tim Frank