Annis Scores Twice As Bears Top Black Knights

FREWSBURG — Sam Annis scored a pair of goals to lead Frewsburg to a 4-1 Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Central Division win over Silver Creek/Forestville.

Rachael Kerhli opened the scoring in the 19th minute for the Bears (8-3-1, 6-2-1) with her third goal of the season from Alex Hultberg, who was returning from a two-game absence due to injury.

“Alex beat a girl one-on-one, took the ball to the corner and sent a cross to Kerhli,” Frewsburg coach Scott Stone said.

Annis made it 2-0 in the 26th minute when she finished a pass from Ashlyn Samuelson before Samuelson scored her second of the season from Rachel Annis in the 31st minute.

Annis completed the Frewsburg scoring with her team-leading fifth of the season from Makenna McBride in the 34th minute.

Chloe Barrett broke up the shutout for the Black Knights (6-7-0, 3-6-0) in the 76th minute when she scored on a penalty kick after a handball in the 18-yard box.

Madison Voty and Cadence Rodgers combined for three saves in net for the Bears while Alina Beadle and Tessa Karcz combined for 10 saves for Silver Creek/Forestville.


SOUTH DAYTON — Four different goal scorers helped Chautauqua Lake beat Pine Valley 4-0 in Central Division action.

Mercedez Obert scored from Calla Zarpentine in the 21st minute before Zarpentine scored unassisted in the 28th minute for the Thunderbirds (6-7-0, 4-6-0).

Meg Fischer and Erma Wolcott scored unassisted goals in the second half to support winning goalkeeper Hailey Roush, who made four saves.

Haley Campbell made eight saves for the Panthers (0-12-1, 0-8-1).


SALAMANCA — Aly Hill scored on a penalty kick in the 76th minute as Salamanca edged Franklinville 3-2 in East Division play.

The Panthers’ Gabby Milligan opened the scoring in the eighth minute on a breakaway before Emma Fiske evened the score from Rachel Chamberlain in the 24th minute.

In the 46th minute, Milligan made it 2-1 in favor of Franklinville before Hill tied the game for Salamanca in the 68th minute.

Hill then scored her second of the game and 13th of the season to win it.

Makenzie Oakes made two saves for the Warriors (9-5-0, 5-3-0) while Abby Burrell made seven saves for the Panthers (2-10-2, 1-5-2).


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