Wolverines Rally Past Frewsburg, 2-1
WESTFIELD — The Westfield Wolverines (4-3, 3-0) staged a comeback to beat Frewsburg, 2-1, in CCAA Central Division boys soccer action Wednesday.
Garrett Swanson put the Bears (1-5, 1-2) on the board 6:40 into the game, but Jason Almeter tied the game just 20 seconds later, assisted by David Skinner.
The winning goal was a family affair, as Tim Skinner — David’s brother — scored off a pass from his sibling at the 20-minute mark.
“Both teams had opportunities,” Wolverines coach Jay Pikiewiecz said. “Dylan Scriven and Jimmy Wolfe played well on our defense, and Nathan Culbreth had a lot of nice free kicks on restarts which helped us throughout the game.”
Mike Johnson made two saves for Westfield.
“He’s a first-year player who has really grown into the keeper position, “ Pikiewiecz said.
Caleb Carr made 16 saves for Frewsburg.
Westfield returns to action Saturday when it hosts Southwestern in the annual Kevin White Memorial Game, named for a Westfield native and former Wolverines soccer player who died fighting for his country.
PORTVILLE DOWNS CARDS
PORTVILLE — Sheldon Carlson scored two goals and Nathan Clock added one to lift Portville to a 3-0 victory over Randolph.
Anthony Smith was credited with an assist on Kloc’s goal.
FRANKLINVILLE — Anthony Gadomski’s two goals sent Franklinville to a 2-0 victory over Ellicottville.
Darren Clark and Dylan Burton each had an assist for the winners.
NORTH COLLINS EDGES PVCS
David Gullo’s first-half goal, assisted by Mike Gullo, was the difference as North Collins trimmed Pine Valley, 1-0.
A-L, OLEAN PREVAIL
In other action, Allegany-Limestone defeated Salamanca/Cattaraugus-Little Valley, 3-0; and Olean held off Falconer/Cassadaga Valley, 4-2.
JHS FALLS AT LANCASTER
LANCASTER — Lancaster (2-2-1) posted a 10-0 win over Jamestown (0-6, 0-4) in Erie County Interscholastic Conference Division 1 girls soccer action, thanks to two-goal performances by Brianna Grazen, Allison Jurkowski and Madison Rachiele.
Gioconda Calamunci made 17 saves in the loss for the Lady Red Raiders while Shea Vanderbosch stopped four shots in the win.