2013-10-24 / News

Results from Saturday’s youth soccer games

In Jamestown’s U-12 soccer division on Saturday, Stearns Farms won its game against North Kingstown, 2-1. Goals were scored by Ryan DeLessio and Jack Hutchison. Jack also had a solid game in net and saved a penalty kick.

In the other U-12 game, Lila Delman lost a hard fought game at Eldred Field to North Kingstown, 3-2. Charlie Elsworth, Sara Head, Analiese Poisson and Josh Gaudreau played well in the loss.

In the U-10 age group, six games were played against North Kingstown teams. The results were:

• Jamestown Rotary Club 2, North Kingstown 1. Standout players were Juliana McCarthy, Ella Coulter and Timmy Healy.

• North Kingstown 4, Newport Animal Clinic 3. Standout players were Josh Gallo, Polina Wright and Evan Tuttle.

• North Kingstown 9, Payton’s Pace 6. Standout players were Kelsey Gouveia, Rileigh Gouveia and Caitlin Delessio.

• Island Realty 7, North Kingstown 2. Standout players were Bridgette Toland, Kyle Pierce, James Grace and Jack Ryan.

• Jamestown Hardware 4, North Kingstown 4. Standout players were Callie Bush, Keely Fisher, Julia Cotsonas and Molly Egan.

• North Kingstown 3, Conanicut Marine 2. Standout players were Natalie Conover, Lindsey Dickinson, Cameron Masterson and Nayan Sapers.

In the U-8 division, outstanding players were Nora Fitszgerald and Adam Bush for Murphy’s Law; Kelton Roberts and Paxton Roberts for the Jamestown Women’s Club; Logan Bestermann and Max Deresky for the Secret Garden; Austin Seger and Edward Healey for Jamestown Fitness; Maida Talancy and Brayden Dickinson for Salon Balayage; and Ryan Barrett and Reese Raup for Beacon Hill Gardening.

In the U-6 age group, outstanding players were Kyleigh Landers and Josh Neves for the Fuzz Foundation; Claire Talancy and Piper Falherty for the House of Pizza; Abigail Brodin and Truman Collins for Baker’s Pharmacy; Maeve Rhatigan and Andrew Insana for the Slice of Heaven; Finn Glacken and Kailynn Lynch for Central Garage; and Abbie Tighe and Taya Marzano for Newport Renewables.

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