Randolph Tops Ellicottville In OT

Maple Grove's Lily McPherson protects the ball from Franklinville's Lainey Dunlap during Friday's nonleague girls soccer game in Franklinville. Photo by Sarah Hodges

ELLICOTTVILLE — Randolph traveled to Ellicottville for a battle of two of the top teams in the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association East Division on Friday.

In order for the Cardinals to deal the Eagles their first league loss of the year it would take extra time. Randolph had another big game from its leading scorer Gianna Bowles, who scored her second goal of the game 6:11 into the overtime period to secure the 2-1 victory that established a three-way tie with Portville and Ellicottville atop the league.

Ellicottville (5-2, 5-1) first took the lead in the first half when Jayden Doutt finished off a pass from Audrey Hurlburt in the 28th minute.

The Eagles managed to hold that lead until Bowles scored her first goal in the 47th minute on a pass from Sara Smith. Randolph (7-2, 5-1) locked it down the rest of the way with Stella Smith making 15 saves in net until Bowles ended the game with her goal assisted by Sadie Steward.

Opposite Smith, Ellicottville keeper Courtney Marsh made 12 saves in net.


WESTFIELD — Paige Zarpentine scored twice while Jada Cole had a goal and two assists as Chautauqua Lake blanked Westfield/Brocton 7-0 in Division 2 West play.

Avery Cannon, Jenica Jones, Alyssa Brown and Brittney Majewski each had a goal; Lucy Gates had two assists; and Anna Golhardt had one assist for the Thunderbirds (5-4-0, 4-1-0), who recorded a clean sheet after Gates and Brown split four saves in net.

Olivia Wolfe and Colie Bundy combined for 14 saves for the Wolverines (2-5-0, 0-4-0).


FRANKLINVILLE — Kylie Kress scored a hat trick and added an assist as Maple Grove rolled past Franklinville 6-0 in nonleague action.

Maple Grove (4-4, 3-2 CCAA West 2) had another big performance from Madilyn Seastrum finding the back of the net twice, Gracie Chimera scored once and Alex Caldwell and Bryanna Cornell each had an assist. Megan McGee made three saves in the clean sheet effort for the Red Dragons.

Franklinville (0-9, 0-6 CCAA East) relied on Taylor Chase for 14 saves in net.


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