Maple Grove Takes Showdown
Maple Grove won a tighly contested West Division matchup, 2-1, over Falconer to hand the Golden Falcons their first loss of the season.
The teams played a scoreless first half, but Clare Crossley scored her sixth goal of the season unassisted in the first minute of the second half to give the hosts a quick 1-0 lead.
The score remained that way until the 14th minute of the second half when Lauren Nelson scored her first of the year from Adri Carlson to make it 2-0 in favor of the Red Dragons (5-0-0, 2-0-0).
The Golden Falcons (4-1-1, 1-1-0) got on the board around five minutes later when Izzy Penhollow turned a Valerie Rensel corner kick into her sixth goal of the season, but Falconer was never able to pick up the equalizer.
Addie Tanner made six saves in net for Maple Grove.
SOHL, BEARS ROLL
FREWSBURG — Maddie Sohl put on a scoring exhibition in Central Division action Tuesday.
Sohl scored four goals, including three in a row in the first half, to lead Frewsburg past Pine Valley, 6-0.
Sohl started off the scoring by tallying off a Taylor McLaughlin pass at seven minutes before scoring on a pass from Emma Edwards at 16 minutes. Sohl completed the natural hat trick from Rachel Annis at 35 minutes.
Gabby Iuculano began the second-half scoring for the Bears (2-2-1, 2-0-1) by converting a pass from Kiara Marchincin in the first minute before the same duo connected at eight minutes. Sohl finished the scoring by capitalizing on a Mikayla Corrigan pass at 33 minutes.
Haley Campbell was busy in the Pine Valley (1-3-0, 0-2-0) goal with 18 saves while Alyssa Lobb made only three saves in her shutout.
TROJANS STAY UNBEATEN
Three second-half goals helped Southwestern stay undefeated with a 4-0 West Division victory over Fredonia.
Breah Orlando scored the lone goal of the first half from Kylie Brown in the 16th minute.
After halftime, Brown scored from Ashley Lundmark in the 18th minute, Karen Johnson scored from Brown in the 25th minute and Hannah Lillie scored from Allison Lundmark in the 30th minute.
Alanna Dibble made four saves for the Trojans (5-0-0, 2-0-0) while Breanna Rosen made eight first-half saves and Kaylee DeLao made 10 second-half saves for the Hillbillies (0-3-1, 0-2-0).
DELIMAN SCORES WINNER
SALAMANCA — Cattaraugus-Little Valley scored two goals in the opening seven minutes before a late goal gave it a 3-2 East Division win over Salamanca.
Jessica Ritchie scored the opening goal from Amelie Metzger before Lauren Eaton scored unassisted to give the Timberwolves (1-3-0, 1-1-0) a 2-0 lead.
With two minutes remaining in the half, freshman Maeghan Collins finished a pass from Aly Hill to bring the Warriors (0-7-0, 0-3-0) within a goal.
Salamanca tied the game with five minutes left as freshman Hayli Wilson scored off the crossbar to make it 2-2.
The Timberwolves never let up and beat the Salamanca defense with Izzy Deliman scoring the winner off the post with three minutes left.
Lauren Crouse-Ruiz had 14 saves for Salamanca. Deliman and Piper Brooks combined for eight saves for Cattaraugus-Little Valley.