Iuculano’s Late Goal Lifts Frewsburg Past North Collins, 3-2
FREWSBURG — Gabby Iuculano scored an unassisted goal in the 39th minute of the second half to break a 2-2 tie and give Frewsburg an important 3-2 win over North Collins in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Central Division action Monday at the Robert H. Jackson Athletic Complex.
The Eagles (1-3, 0-3) took a 2-1 lead midway through the second half as Lina Young converted a pass from Destiny Neamon, but the Bears (4-3, 3-1) tied the game less than a minute later as Kendal Sohl scored her second goal of the game off a corner kick.
North Collins took a 1-0 lead early in the opening half when Emily Winter scored unassisted, but Sohl answered in the 16th minute with a goal off a penalty kick.
Madison Horton made six saves for the Bears while Myah Gabel made 24 saves for the Eagles.
CROSSLEY, PLYMEL SHINE
Clare Crossley had a goal and two assists while Morgan Plymel added two goals as Maple Grove beat Cassadaga Valley, 6-0, in Central Division play.
Chloe Kibbe scored from Crossley, Sammy Davis scored from Crossley, Plymel scored from Alex Daniels and Plymel scored unassisted in a 4-0 first half for the Red Dragons (5-1, 4-1).
Sydney Greiner scored from Marisa Schuppenhauer and Crossley scored from Schuppenhauer in the second half.
Kasie Craig made five saves in her first varsity action in net and combined with Addie Tanner for the shutout.
Jessie Morrison made eight saves for the Cougars (1-3, 1-2).
GOLDEN FALCONS POUR IT ON
FALCONER — Six different girls scored goals in Falconer’s 8-1 West Division win over Dunkirk.
Kayla Lynn scored from Cassie Mosher, Hallie Destro scored from Mosher and Maia Davis scored from Grace Penhollow in the first half for the Golden Falcons (4-4, 2-3).
After the break, Izzy Penhollow scored from Lynn, Sam Kianos scored from Izzy Penhollow, Ali Davis scored unassisted, Davis scored from Izzy Penhollow and Kianos scored unassisted.
Kaitlyn Davis scored the lone goal for the Marauders (0-6, 0-3) while Kym Nance made 21 saves in net.
Grace Lundmark made three saves for Falconer.
GULLO EARNS SHUTOUT
FREDONIA — Tied 0-0 at halftime, Fredonia scored a pair of second-half goals to beat Chautauqua Lake, 2-0, in West Division play.
Laural Erick scored unassisted in the 54th minute and Paige Supkoski scored from Emily Timmerman in the 57th minute for the Hillbillies (3-4, 2-2).
Kelly Gullo made four saves in the shutout.
The Thunderbirds fell to 1-4 overall, including 0-3 in league play.
COSSIN NETS GAME-WINNER
SILVER CREEK — A 2-1 halftime advantage held up for Silver Creek in a one-goal Central Division win over Westfield.
Kianna Brown opened the scoring with an unassisted goal in the 23rd minute for the Black Knights (7-1, 4-1) before the Wolverines (3-4, 2-2) answered as Laura Johnston scored from Ella Archer.
Jaylah Cossin scored the eventual game-winner in the 39th minute from Chloe Barrett for Silver Creek.
Alina Beadle made six saves for the Black Knights while Angel Busch turned aside 22 shots for Westfield.
EAGLES HOLD ON
ELLICOTTVILLE — Two first-half goals stood up for Ellicottville in a 2-1 East Division win over Cattaraugus-Little Valley.
Jocelyn Wyatt scored from Morganne Chapman in the 28th minute and Logan Fredrickson scored unassisted in the 28th minute for the Eagles (3-4, 3-0).
In the second half, Lauren Eaton scored unassisted for the Timberwolves (1-5, 0-3).
Brooke Eddy needed to make just one save for Ellicottville while Izzy Deliman kept Cattaraugus-Little Valley in the game with 19 saves.
PORTVILLE PULLS AWAY
SALAMANCA — Two early second-half goals helped Portville pull away from Salamanca for a 5-0 East Division win.
Bryn Milne scored from Hunter DeYoe before DeYoe scored an unassisted goal as the Panthers (6-2, 4-0) took a 2-0 halftime lead.
After the break, Kendall Artlip scored from Milne and Ainslie Gardner scored unassisted. Seven minutes later, Abby Pullins made it 5-0 with an unassisted goal.
Faith Capito made one save in a combined shutout with Pullins while Holly McGonigle and Alexis Palmeri combined for 17 saves for the Warriors (3-6, 1-3).