Lady Falcons Upend Southwestern In Soccer
FALCONER – Emma Steele and Amber Micek each scored a pair of goals for Falconer as the Lady Golden Falcons (1-0, 2-0-1) earned their first league win of the season by defeating Southwestern, 7-1, in West Division girls soccer on Tuesday.
Steele got things started with a goal 10 minutes in as Sydney Moore assisted, and 11 minutes later Andrea Volk found the net with Emily Rensel assisting to make it 2-0.
Micek got her first goal, unassisted at the 25-minute mark, Abbey Warner scored again for Falconer at 38 minutes as Delaine Waddington assisted and Rhea Moore added another goal with 1:16 left in the first half with Steele assisting.
In the second half, Micek scored her second goal with 17 minutes left as Jessie Caprino assisted and Steele collected her second tally with 3:45 left.
Marley Varone put Southwestern on the board with 3:11 remaining on a free kick.
Macey Mays came through with five saves for Falconer.
Britta Johnson had 16 saves for Southwestern.
RED DRAGONS POST SHUTOUT
MAYVILLE – Emily Swanson scored twice and assisted on another to lead Maple Grove (2-0) past Chautauqua Lake, 8-0.
Sarah Pardue, Dana Jones, Sara Stawitzky, Alison Winchester, Lindsey Walters and Allison Hendricks scored the other Maple Grove goals.
Emma Franczak and Katie Thorsen had two assists and Olivia Richardson, Sam Mason and Katie Braund added an assist for the Lady Red Dragons.
Brianne Davis stopped eight shots en route to the shutout for Maple Grove.
Rachel Fortney was busy with 26 saves for Chautauqua Lake.
RANDOLPH – Randolph lost for the first time this season thanks to a strong performance in goal by Allison Forness as Allegany-Limestone posted a 2-0 shutout victory in East Division girls soccer.
Forness stopped three shots to earn the win.
Anastasia Spink scored for the Lady Gators on a penalty kick with 10 minutes left in the first half and in the second half Brenna Gelen scored an unassisted goal three minutes in.
The goaltending chores for Randolph (3-1) were shared by Tiffani Keyes, who made five saves, and Mikayla Miller, who had two saves.