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Excellent balance keyed four wins recently for the Medicine Place in 10-12 Kiwanis Soccer action. In other action, Twin Mill Farms improved to 5-1 while Jacobs Land Surveying earned two wins.

Medicine Place over Bradley’s: Connor Griffith scored three goals and Greg Malette connected twice for Medicine Place which also received markers from Drew Mills, Karson LaRose, Nolan O’Donnell, Rosie Jeneault, and Elton Harper. Sadie O’Neill and Sloane Ryan worked hard in the middle while Mills, Paige Shaver and Masen LaPiene were solid in net.

Nolan Mallette and Jayden Kench led the Bradley’s efforts.

Medicine Place over Peter’s Beauty Salon: Karson LaRose scored twice and Kelson Hooper, Greg Mallette, and Rosie Jeneault each scored once for Medicine Place whichd received solid midfield and defensive work from Paige LaRock and Gerard Powers. Drew Mills, Paige Shaver and Masen LaPiene tended the crease.

Linden Lesperance, Hope Switzer, Burkilee Dupree, and Rylee Hough played exceptionally well for Peter’s.

Medicine Place over Peter’s: Nolan O’Donnell produced three goals, Connor Griffith scored a pair of goals and

Karson LaRose scored once for Medicine Place as Drew Mills, Paige Shaver and Masen LaPiene tended goal. Rylee Bresett, Anton Skamperle, and Kaleb Spears were excellent on both sides of the ball.

Medicine Place over DeFelsko’s: Nolan O’Donnell scored three goals, Kelson Hooper connected twice and Connor Griffith and Karson LaRose each scored once for Medicine Place. Mason LaPiene, Drew Mills, LaRose, and Gerard Powers led the defensive efforts.

Connor Smith excelled on the front line, Todd Carroll and Erin Perretta paced the midfield, and Jacob Sampson and Tristan Richardson played good defense for DeFelsko’s.

Twin Mills Farms 4, The Bowl 0: On Saturday, it was a perfect day to compete on the soccer field as many children worked as hard as they could for 40 minutes. The Bowl contained TMF in a 0-0 halftime tie.

The second half scoring was started by Miles Gendebien who ended the game with two goals. Ben LaRock also scored twice and Julia Rishe had several near misses around the net. Sophia Carter and Eliza McLear along with the rest of the team continues to work hard .

Jacobs Land Surveying 2, The Bowl 0: On Friday, Kamdyn Johnson and Griffin Walker each netted a goal for the winners.

Paris McPherson was really strong on defense for the Bowl.

Jacob’s Land Surveying 7, Julies Dance 0: On Monday night, Griffen Walker scored three goals and Chase Jacobs scored two goals leading JLS who received single goals from Cooper Davison and Storm Walker.

Lisbon Lions over Morristown: Teegan and Karter Jordan and Gregory and Kelly Wood each scored once for Lisbon Lions as Eric Parmeter and Teegan Jordan posted the shutout in net.

WoodCrest Dairy over Peter’s: Three first quarter goals lifted WoodCrest as Tyler Gravlin scored early followed by Jackson LaRock getting a great pass from Matt Robinson for the second goal. LaRock placed a nice shot in the back of the net off a penalty shot for a 3-0 advantage. On the defensive end Karli Thompson and Olivia McLear played great games for WoodCrest.

For Peter’s, Hannah Johnson, Lanee Lesperance, and Riley Hough played in net. For the defense Trista Ashley, Sammy Duprey, and Ellie Foster also worked hard for Peter’s.

Dirty Gringo 1, Defelsko 0:Cooper Garvey scored from Trey LaBella for the lone goal as Mia LaBella and Aubrey Love played excellent defense and Hanna O’Reilly showed great hustle.

Abby Raven, Ria Amo, and Nick Carter went hard to every ball with great hustle for DeFelsko’s as Cadence Payne, Mallory Morley, and Bailey Friot worked hard defensively.

Dirty Gringo 2, The Place 1:Cooper Garvey and Ethan Graveline scored unassisted goals for Dirty Gringo as Trenton Evans, Trey LaBella, and Mason Perretta played well on both sides of the field.

Isaiah Smith scored for The Place who received great team hustle on defense.

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