Bears, Cards Advance
FREWSBURG – Sixth-seeded Frewsburg ran its record to 10-5-2 with a 3-2 victory over No. 11 Westfield-Brocton (1-15-1), in a Section 6 Class C girls soccer prequarterfinal on Wednesday.
The score was tied at 1-1 after the first half. Rachel Allen put Westfield ahead, 1-0, at nine minutes and then Karlee Foti tied it up at 1-1 for Frewsburg.
Abbey Jermain scored from Janessa Annis with 12 minutes left in the second half to enable Frewsburg to lead for good at 2-1. With four minutes remaining, Tessa Alianell tallied for Frewsburg from Maddie Whippo to make it 3-1.
Erin Carutis got the final goal for Westfield-Brocton with 50 seconds left.
Libby Hartley made five saves for Frewsburg while Molly Laurie had nine saves in defeat.
Frewsburg now travels to No. 3 Maple Grove (14-2) for a quarterfinal test on Friday at 3:30 p.m.
RANDOLPH – Tiffini Keyes recorded the shutout with four saves as No. 7 Randolph (12-4-1) defeated No. 10 Portville (4-11), 2-0, in a Section 6 Class C girls soccer prequarterfinal.
Now, the Lady Cardinals travel to No. 2 Holland (13-1-1) for a 3:30 p.m. battle on Friday.
Taylor Zachar got Randolph on the scoreboard with an unassisted goal at five minutes of the first half.
That was the only goal until two minutes remained when Annalise Boyer tallied from Shaylee Crouse to give the Lady Cardinals an insurance goal.
BLACK KNIGHTS WIN
SILVER CREEK – The memorable season isn’t over quite yet for the No. 8 Silver Creek-Forestville Black Knights.
After coming up just short of a divisional crown, the Black Knights had a first in school history as they hosted a Section 6 playoff game.
And Jade Lewis made sure it wasn’t going to be the team’s last home game as her direct kick in the 27th minute secured a 1-0 victory over No. 9 Chautauqua Lake.
“That’s not your run of the mill 4-10-1 team,” Silver Creek-Forestville coach Kevin Rice said of Chautauqua Lake and their overall season record. “They’re a lot better than their record and, in all honesty, they played a tougher season schedule. They played Maple Grove, Frewsburg and Southwestern twice. It gets you ready.
“I’m not taking anything away from us,” Rice continued. “We were certainly ready. The comforts of home helped.”
Jamie Hehir was the winning goalie with five saves while Rachel Fortney was the tough-luck losing goalie.
Silver Creek will will play No. 1 Olmsted on Friday.
CATTARAUGUS – Caylee Starks scored two goals to lead No. 5 Cattaraugus-Little Valley past No. 12 Cassadaga Valley (1-15-1), 6-0.
Starks scored a goal in each half while Savannah Tugley, Claire Dowdall, Jenna Martin and Brianna Sciolino also recorded goals for the winners.
Megan Jones and Molly Bradley combined for the shutout with three saves.
Cattaraugus-Little Valley (13-3-1) plays at No. 4 Allegany-Limestone on Friday.
CLARENCE- Jamestown High School was minus two regulars when it played its Section 6 Class AA boys soccer quarterfinal at Clarence.
The No. 9 Red Raiders were without goalie Liam Kulakowski, out with a concussion, and Mitch Moore, sidelined with a knee injury, and lost an 8-2 decision to top-ranked Clarence.
Clarence took command early and by the end of the first half had a 5-1 lead. Victor Powell scored at five minutes, Patrick Schulz at seven minutes, Jacob Pondrello at 18 minutes and Sam Wasson recorded the final two goals of the first half.
Jamestown’s Karee Rizzo-Walker scored his third goal of the season from junior varsity call-up Karson Peters with 11 seconds left in the first half.
Alex LeeYaw scored his sixth goal of the season from Peters to cut the deficit to 5-2, but Clarence recorded the final three goals from Ryan Funk, Schulz and Tom Anderson to end the scoring.
Jamestown ends the season with a record of 4-13-1 while Clarence moves to 14-1-1.