Late goals doom T’birds
FREWSBURG – Scoring twice in the second overtime enabled Frewsburg to remain undefeated (4-0-1) in CCAA West Division girls high school soccer Tuesday.
Nikki Weber and Janessa Annis scored in the added time as the Bears defeated Chautauqua Lake, 5-3.
The score was tied at 3-3 in regulation and after an overtime period of 10 minutes.
Weber got the go-ahead goal at two minutes of the second overtime from Kaitlyn Blanchard and then Annis later scored unassisted for the Bears.
Frewsburg jumped out to 2-0 lead after the first half on goals by Blanchard from Maddie Whippo at three minutes and Karlee Foti from Tessa Alineill with five minutes left.
In the second half, Courtney Zentz tallied from Courtney Hewes at two minutes for Chautauqua Lake and that was matched by Foti from MacKenzie Swartzman at four minutes for the Bears.
Chautauqua Lake tied it up at 3-3 with two goals in the late going. Kourtney Shearer scored from Hewes with three minutes left and Emily Corwin tied it up unassisted with just a minute showing.
Libby Hartley was the winning goalie with five saves and Rachel Fortney had 13 saves for Chautauqua Lake.
Maple Grove 1, Fredonia 0
BEMUS – Emma Franczak scored the game-winning goal for Maple Grove in a night game with visiting Fredonia in CCAA?West Division girls high school soccer.
Franczak took a pass from Alison Winchester and hit the back of the net from 6 yards out with only a minute left to give the Lady Red Dragons a 1-0 victory.
“This was a great game with high quality,” said winning coach Mike Burr.
Brianne Davis made nine saves in recording the shutout for Maple Grove.
Alexandra Zentz had five saves for Fredonia.
Silver Creek 5, Cassadaga Valley 0
SINCLAIRVILLE – Trisha Pfleuger had two goals to help Silver Creek (5-1, 4-0) past Cassadaga Valley (0-5, 0-3), 5-0, during CCAA Central girls soccer action Tuesday.
Katie Dittiger and Janelle Cossin had a goal and an assist for the Black Knights while Emily Harford added a goal in the win.
Jamie Hehir had a save to pick up her third-straight shutout in net.
For the Lady Cougars, Meghan Rearick had 18 saves between the pipes.