Chautauqua Lake Shuts Out North Collins
NORTH COLLINS — A pair of first-half goals lifted Chautauqua Lake past North Collins, 2-0, in Central Division play.
Kylie Keefe scored from Calla Zarpentine in the 26th minute before Zarpentine scored from Lily Woodis in the 32nd minute for the Thunderbirds (1-1-1).
Hailey Roush made five saves in the shutout.
The goalkeeper for North Collins (0-4-0, 0-3-0) made seven saves.
PENCE, ENGLISH LEAD RANDOLPH
RANDOLPH — Kyra Pence and Samantha English each scored twice as Randolph blanked Pine Valley/Gowanda, 6-0, in East Division play.
Pence scored twice in the first half before Aubrey Hogan scored in the 37th minute to make it 3-0 at halftime. English assisted on all three first-half goals.
After the break, English scored from Caylee Peterson and Hogan before Peterson scored the final goal from English.
Miranda Waterman made four saves in the shutout.
FREDONIA FALLS IN OLEAN
OLEAN — Delaynie Moore’s unassisted goal in the 63rd minute lifted Olean to a 1-0 West Division win over Fredonia.
Micheyla Williams made five saves in the shutout.
SPANGENBURG NETS WINNER
FALCONER — Tess Spangenburg scored in the first overtime as Falconer/Cassadaga Valley knocked off Allegany-Limestone, 1-0, in West Division action.
Grace Lundmark made seven saves in net for the Golden Cougars.
TROJANS SPREAD IT OUT
JAMESTOWN — Four different goal scorers lifted Southwestern to a 4-0 West Division win over Jamestown at Strider Field.
Brynne Conley scored from Ellie Lawton, Emily Kimball scored from Allison Lundmark and Sophia Segrue tallied from Kimball in the first 40 minutes for the Trojans.
Cora Casselman scored after the break from Kimball.
BALANCED ATTACK FOR EAGLES
ELLICOTTVILLE — Seven different goal scorers lifted Ellicottville to a 7-0 shutout of Franklinville in the East Division.
In the first half, Logan Fredrickson tallied from Alysa Williams and Emilee Ruiz scored from Fredrickson.
After the break, Williams scored from Brooke Butler; Harley Ficek scored unassisted; Elsa Woodarek tallied unassisted; Marissa Clark scored from Mandy Hurlburt and Hurlburt scored unassisted.
Jenna Hadley earned the shutout for the Eagles while Sarah Courtney made 25 saves for Franklinville.