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High School Sports Roundup

October 10, 2013
Westfield Republican / Mayville Sentinel News

Boys Soccer

Fuentes nets OT goal to lift Wolves to win

Oct. 5 - WESTFIELD - Christian Fuentes netted the game-winning goal in double overtime to lift the Westfield-Brocton Wolverines (4-3-2, 2-3-2) past the Falconer Golden Falcons (5-6-0, 3-5-0), 2-1, Friday in CCAA West boys high school soccer.

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Fredonia’s Aleyna Szot clears the ball during Friday’s CCAA West girls high school soccer game against Maple Grove.

"It was two very even teams," Westfield-Brocton coach Jay Pikiewicz said. "We have a pretty even league and it's nice to see good competition."

The Golden Falcons opened the scoring in the first half as Andrew Beckerink found the back of the net.

However, roughly 15 minutes later, Westfield-Brocton's Bryce Bentham netted the equalizer and Dan Skinner was credited with the assist.

Ty Bentham was the winning goalie with 10 saves while Trevor Dykstra made nine in a losing effort.

Maple Grove downs Fredonia in 2OT

Oct. 5 - FREDONIA - The Maple Grove Red Dragons (9-2-1, 7-1-1) escaped with a 2-1 double-overtime victory over the Fredonia Hillbillies (5-6-1, 3-5-1) on Friday in CCAA West boys high school soccer.

After a scoreless first half, Fredonia's Jon Saeli scored at the 54:06 mark. Bryce Gifford was credited with the assist as his corner kick found Saeli, who headed the ball in from 18-yards out.

The lead was short lived as Maple Grove's Patrick Crossley scored 46 seconds later to tie the score.

Then, at the 96:50 mark of the second half, Maple Grove's Dominic Fabrizio scored the game-winning goal.

Morghan Thompson was the losing goalie with six saves while Kyle Richardson was the winning goalie with four saves.

Girls Soccer

Lady Red Dragons blank Lady Billies, 1-0

Oct. 5 - FREDONIA - Sara Stawitzky scored an unassisted, point-blank goal to give the Maple Grove Lady Red Dragons a 1-0 victory over the Fredonia Lady Hillbillies (7-3) in Friday's CCAA West League girls soccer matchup.

In the first matchup of the two teams, played earlier this season at Maple Grove, it was the Lady Red Dragons coming away with another gritty 1-0 win.

Brianne Davis played a solid game in net for Maple Grove, making seven saves to earn the shutout.

"Both teams played very well," Fredonia coach Cathy Cruver said. "These two teams are very evenly matched. It was a hard-fought game. We play similar styles of soccer and it was one of those cases where we knew the first team to score would come away with the win."

Fredonia's Alex Zentz had four saves in the loss.

MG Girls Post Soccer Win

Oct. 5 - FREDONIA - Both Maple Grove and host Fredonia (6-3, 7-4) put on a defensive show, but it was the Lady Red Dragons who finally found the net and the result was a 1-0 win in West Division girls soccer on Friday.

After a scoreless first half, Emily Swanson intercepted a pass from deep in the corner 10 minutes into the second half and knocked in the game winner for Maple Grove (8-1, 9-1).

Brianne Davis collected eight saves in the net for the Lady Red Dragons.

Fredonia's Alexandria Zentz had three saves in the losing effort.

Girls Tennis

Maple Grove Completes Tennis Season By Downing Salamanca

Oct. 5 - SALAMANCA - Maple Grove completed its overall girls tennis record at 10-4 by beating Salamanca, 5-0, twice on Friday.

The first match was regular scoring and the second match was a 10-game pro set.

Maple Grove finished with a 6-4 league record.

Corrine Cardinale (MG) d. Myah Stellabutto, 6-0, 6-0; Paige Bentham (MG) d. Emily Koniak, 6-2, 6-1; Morgan Lehman (MG) d, Markie Mohr, 6-0, 6-0; Christina Walter-Yuika Suzuki (MG) d. Courtney Yehl-Collen McClure, 6-0, 6-0; Sam Hallett-Meghan Allenson (MG) d. Lauren Harvey-Brinne Harrington, 6-0. 6-2.

Girls Swimming

Scarpino, Russell Pace Bears' Swim Win Over Lady T-Birds

Oct. 4 - MAYVILLE - Frewsburg had two double winners as the Bears defeated Chautauqua Lake, 97-86, in West Division girls swimming on Thursday.

Morgan Scarpino won the 50 freestyle and diving while teammate Heather Russell finished first in the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle.

200 Medley Relay: Frewsburg (Kiah. Johnson, Kaitlyn Franzen, Morgan Scarpino, Megan Davis). T- 2:08.47

200 Freestyle: Heather Russell (F), Kendra Keyser (CL) Cecilia Pearson. T-:.

200 IM: K. Johnson (F) Kara Tenpas (CL) Jenna Weimer (CL) 2:39.26

50 Freestyle: M. Scarpino (F), Ashley Moulton (CL) M. Davis (F). T-26.56

Diving: Morgan Scarpino (F) Kiersten Elliot (CL) Sara Godfrey (CL)

100 Butterfly: Abbey Jantzi (CL) T. Doleski (F) Sara Godfrey (CL). T-1:10.31

100 Freestyle: M. Davis (F), A. Moulton (CL), C. Pearson (F). T-27.17

500 Freestyle: H. Russell, (F) K. Keyser (CL) Kristen Akin (CL). T-6:13.95

200 Freestyle Relay: Frewsburg (Scarpino, Davis, Pearson, Russell). T-2:42.26

100 Backstroke: K. Tenpas (CL) K. Johnson (F) R. Moller (F).T1:09.57

100 Breaststroke: K. Franzen (F), J. Weimer (CL) M. Terhune (F). T-1:20.71

400 freestyle relay: Chautauqua Lake (Rennee Lachajczyk, K. Keyser, Jantzi, Moulton). T-4:21.17

Girls Volleyball

Chautauqua Lake Battles Back For Victory Against Panama

Oct. 4 - PANAMA - Chautauqua Lake overcame a 2-0 deficit to Panama and won the final three games to edge the Panthers, 24-26, 17-25, 26-24, 25-13, 25-17, to remain unbeaten at 7-0 in the West Division 2 girls volleyball on Thursday.

Jenna Einink had 28 kills, an ace, 23 digs and four blocks for the Lady Thunderbirds. Ashton Albanesius had 12 kills, four aces, 15 digs and two blocks; and Tara Hunt had five kills, 12 digs and two assists for Chautauqua Lake.

Also for Chautauqua Lake, now 11-0 overall, Kylee Braymiller recorded six kills and two aces, Katie Meadows had 11 digs and 26 assists, and Katie Doyle 14 digs.

For Panama (5-2, 6-6), Brittany Lenart had four aces, 15 kills, five blocks and five digs; Carly Abbate picked up four aces, six kills and 18 assists; Taylor Bowen had five kills and 15 assists; Calli Davenport recorded two aces, three kills and 11 digs; Ally Strickland had an ace and five digs; and Naomi Kenny had three blocks.

The Panama jayvees won, 25-9, 25-18, 21-25.

Trisket leads way

Oct. 4 - CLYMER - Backed by Marissa Trisket, Clymer moved to 4-3 in the league and 4-5 overall by sweeping Maple Grove (0-9, 0-11), 25-22, 25-9, 25-21.

Trisket recorded 12 points, two aces, three assists and two digs for the Lady Pirates.

Miranda Marucci added 12 points, an ace and four kills; Breanna Summers had six points, a kill and an assist; Amanda Einink had five points and two kills; and Samantha Nickerson had five points and six digs in the win.

Nicole Hemminger recorded 11 points, five kills and 10 digs for Maple Grove while Paige Hammond had eight points, two kills and four digs, Sierra Sperenza recorded seven points, an ace and 14 digs; and Jazmine Hannold had seven points for Maple Grove.

Clymer jayvees also won, 14-25, 25-15, 25-22.

Sherman Sweeps

Oct. 4 -SINCLAIRVILLE - Katrina Christmas recorded eight kills and three aces as Sherman (4-3, 5-4) swept Cassadaga Valley (1-6, 1-12), 25-13, 26-24, 25-16.

Bridget Yaw had three kills, Shenley Luden six assists, and Cadi Hannold picked up six assists for the winners.

For Cassadaga Valley, Heather Dorler delivered four kills and two digs;Autumn Houle had five kills, an assist and an ace; Alyssa Hahn recorded 12 assists and an ace; and Hope Zielinski had three kills, three aces and two blocks.



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