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Playoff Roundup

October 31, 2013
Westfield Republican / Mayville Sentinel News

Girls Soccer

Frewsburg eliminates Westfield-Brocton

Oct. 23 - FREWSBURG - Sixth-seeded Frewsburg ran its record to 10-5-2 with a 3-2 victory over No. 11 Westfield-Brocton (1-15-1), in a Section 6 Class C girls soccer prequarterfinal on Wednesday.

The score was tied at 1-1 after the first half. Rachel Allen put Westfield ahead, 1-0, at nine minutes and then Karlee Foti tied it up at 1-1 for Frewsburg.

Abbey Jermain scored from Janessa Annis with 12 minutes left in the second half to enable Frewsburg to lead for good at 2-1. With four minutes remaining, Tessa Alianell tallied for Frewsburg from Maddie Whippo to make it 3-1.

Erin Carutis got the final goal for Westfield-Brocton with 50 seconds left.

Libby Hartley made five saves for Frewsburg while Molly Laurie had nine saves in defeat.

Frewsburg now travels to No. 3 Maple Grove (14-2) for a quarterfinal test on Friday at 3:30 p.m.

Weber's Goal Sends Bears Past Dragons

Oct. 25 - BEMUS POINT - Solid defense and strong goaltending on both sides was the story as sixth-seeded Frewsburg paid a visit to No. 3 Maple Grove (14-3) on Friday to square off in a Section 6 Class C quarterfinal girls soccer matchup.

After a scoreless first half, the Bears' Nikki Weber managed to find the net for what turned out to be the only goal of the game 11 minutes into the second stanza and Frewsburg pulled out a huge 1-0 win to advance to the semifinals on Tuesday. Jenessa Annis assisted on the game-winning shot.

Libby Hartley earned the victory in goal for Frewsburg (11-5-2), collecting nine saves. while Maple Grove's Mackenzie Davis had eight saves.

Boys Soccer

Brocton-Westfield 3, Tapestry 2, OT

Oct. 22 - BUFFALO - It took two overtimes and two rounds of a shootout for the Westfield-Brocton Wolverines to take down Tapestry Charter, 3-2, Tuesday in the first round of the Section 6 Class C boys high school soccer playoffs.

After falling behind, the Wolverines' Dylan Robinson tied the score 1-all off a feed from Jake Fish.

Tapestry took a 2-1 lead, but Westfield-Brocton responded again as Bryce Bentham scored.

After a scoreless second half and two overtimes, the game went to a shootout where Westfield-Brocton survived.

"It was a very even game," Westfield-Brocton coach Jay Pikiewicz said. "It was a very physical game. Weather was a factor. It was cold, windy and wet. In the second half, both teams showed fatigue. We just had a deeper bench in the shootout."

Westfield-Brocton now takes on No. 2 Randolph on Thursday.

Allegany-Limestone 4, Chautauqua Lake 1

Oct. 22 - ALLEGANY - Dom Saglimben's two first-half goals were more than enough for No. 5 Allegany-Limestone Tuesday, as the Gators topped No. 12 Chautauqua Lake, 4-1, in a Class C prequarterfinal boys soccer match.

Saglimben's first goal came with 18:44 left in the first half on an assist from Cole Davis while his second came on an assist from Paul Caterina with 14:10 left in the opening half. Caterina put the Gators up 3-0 with 11:43 remaining in the second half on an assist from T.J. McMullen while Davis added Allegany-Limestone's final goal with 2:50 left in regulation, putting the Gators up, 4-1.

James Latimer made 26 saves for the Thunderbirds while Dom Conroy stopped nine shots for the Gators.

Girls Volleyball

Pine Valley takes down Brocton-Westfield

Oct. 24 - SOUTH DAYTON - Kayla Mansfield's six kills and four aces lifted the No. 15 Pine Valley Lady Panthers past No. 18 Brocton-Westfield, 25-13, 25-16, 25-16 during Wednesday's Section 6 Class D play-in game.

Aleah Fancher added five kills and three aces while Casey Abers had five blocks and two kills. Ahleen Pollock finished with 22 assists and one kill in the win.

"We had a little slow start," Pine Valley coach Justina Troutman said. "Brocton stuck with us. Finally our girls communicated and started to play better and we pulled it out in the end."

Brocton-Westfield was led by Carson Hauser's nine assists and two aces. Marissa Okerlund had five kills and three blocks in defeat.

Pine Valley now travels to No. 2 Randolph on Friday.

"I know they are good," Troutman said. "They have always had a strong program. I'm hoping we show up to play."

T-Birds Roll

Oct. 24 - MAYVILLE - Top-ranked Chautauqua Lake played host to No. 16 West Valley (8-12) and the Lady Thunderbirds improved to 16-0 with a 25-16, 25-16, 25-21 victory.

For the winners, Jenna Einink delivered 15 kills, two aces, nine digs, two assists and six blocks, Ashton Albanesius added eight kills, seven digs and three blocks, Kylee Braymiller had five kills and seven digs, Katie Meadows contributed four kills, an ace, nine digs, 12 assists and a block, and Tara Hunt had an ace, eight digs and 19 assists.

For West Valley, Kenzie Czapla had 21 digs and Madison Czapla came through with four kills.

Chautauqua Lake will now host Forestville on Tuesday in the quarterfinals.

 
 

 

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