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Indoor soccer

LAKEWOOD YMCA

BOYS VARSITY

Parker Gambino netted a hat trick to lead Westfield/Brocton past Chautauqua Lake 4-2.

Aiden Covert scored the other goal for Westfield/Brocton.

Michael Horvath scored both goals for Chautauqua Lake.

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Isaac Hammerbeck scored twice for Warren White in a 5-4 win over Chautauqua Lake.

Dominick Holmberg, Luc Wilkins and Timothy Geiger also scored for Warren White.

Anthony Powell, Lincoln Smith, Caleb Prewitt and Aden Jones scored for Chautauqua Lake.

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Finn Ordiway buried four goals for Warren Blue in a 9-1 win over Dunkirk/Fredonia.

Gavin Rex added two goals, while Casey Rich, Brody Alexander and Dominick Holmberg each chipped in a goal for Warren Blue.

Brady Dobeck scored for Dunkirk/Fredonia.

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Ethyn Gilbert scored four times for Falconer/Cassadaga Valley in a 5-4 victory over Southwestern.

Finley Pavlock also scored for Falconer/Cassadaga Valley.

Joaquin Caparroz, Nolan Lefler, Matt Lefler and Jason Faulk each scored a goal for Southwestern.

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Luca Delpozzo and Ty Kraft each netted a hat trick for Jamestown in an 8-3 victory over Randolph.

Tyler Maloney and Andres Pacheco each added a goal for Jamestown.

Cody Slade scored twice and Drew Oste scored once for Randolph.

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Jess Steer scored four times for Kane in a 5-4 win over Pine Valley.

Carter Saquin also scored for Kane.

Jack Sheldon scored twice, while Sawyer Bradigan and Landon Reger each scored once for Pine Valley.

GIRLS VARSITY

Sarah Kruszka scored all four goals for Pine Valley in a 4-4 tie with Southwestern.

Sophia Segrue scored twice, while Makenna Johnson and Marlena Cresanti each scored once for Southwestern.

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Lexi Schoyla scored four times for Eisenhower in an 8-2 victory over Warren No. 2.

Katie Bunk added three goals and Rosalie Rondeau scored once for Eisenhower.

Joanna Bennett and Bailey Williams scored for Warren.

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Lucy Bigelow scored five times for Warren No. 1 in a 9-1 victory over Salamanca.

Lilly Stanley added two goals, while Lani Wenzel and Bella Campbell each added a goal for Warren.

Maylina Massagli scored for Salamanca.

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Glada Schauman and Bailey Olson each netted a hat trick for Falconer/Cassadaga Valley in an 11-0 shutout of Kane.

Autumn Lynn scored twice, while Natalie Payne, Sydnee Snow and MacKenzie Keeler each added a goal for Falconer/Cassadaga Valley.

WOMEN’S LEAGUE

Angel Busch and Andrea Gundlach each scored twice for Charcoal in a 7-1 victory over Kiwi.

Laura Johnston, Michelle Giles and Madyson Abbey each added a goal for Charcoal.

Anisha Condreay scored for Kiwi.

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Hilary Rice scored twice for Yellow in a 3-1 win over Pink.

Andrea McAdoo also scored for Yellow.

Renee Carney scored for Pink.

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Sarah Meder scored twice for Lime Green in a 5-1 victory over Sky Blue.

Natalie Hastings, Paige Parmenter and Tess Parmenter also scored for Lime Green.

Kailey Gastol scored for Sky Blue.

COED LEAGUE

Trenton Colburn and Miracle Berakah each scored twice for Gold in a 6-2 win over Charcoal.

Ethyn Gilbert and Ben Anderson each added a goal for Gold.

Dylan Nordlund and Jami Peterson each scored for Charcoal.

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Ethyn Gilbert scored twice for Gold in a 3-2 win over Orchid.

Trenton Colburn also scored for Gold.

Chase Stevenson scored twice for Orchid.

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Nichols Marino’s four goals led Lime Green past Sapphire 12-2.

Jeff Luong and Correne Goodenow each added a hat trick, while Oscar Pineda and Kristen Rockwood chipped in a goal apiece for Lime Green.

Ryan Richter and Krysten Sisson each scored for Sapphire.

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Austin Horner, Colton Mulkins and Zack Camarata each scored for Irish Green in a 3-3 tie with Carolina Blue.

Emma Steele, Steffen Blair and Brett Johnson scored for Carolina Blue.

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Nyle Bird scored twice for Ice Grey in a 6-3 victory over Yellow.

Tyler West, Morgan Cornell, Ryan Shipherd and Alex Lee Yaw each chipped in a goal for Ice Grey.

Javier Castro scored all three goals for Yellow.

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Marx Bertrand scored twice for Red in a 5-3 win over Orange.

Austin Schapp and Mihir Bangale also scored for Red.

Nolan Froah scored twice and Jared Peterson scored once for Orange.

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