Wolverines on a roll

WESTFIELD – Dan Skinner scored two goals and added two assists as the Westfield-Brocton Wolverines (5-3-3, 3-3-3) took down the Dunkirk Marauders (1-11-1, 1-9), 6-0, Wednesday in CCAA West boys high school soccer.

“Dan has absolutely wonderful foot skill,” Westfield-Brocton coach Jay Pikiewicz said. “He has a good touch on the ball and he shined.”

Bryce Bentham put the home team on the board off a feed from Dylan Robinson. Christian Fuentes made the score 2-0 off a feed from Bentham. Chris Cockram scored the Wolverines’ third goal before halftime. Skinner was credited with the assist.

In the second half, Skinner took over as he scored two straight goals and had an assist on the team’s sixth goal, scored by Dylan Robinson. Robinson also had an assist on Skinner’s first goal.

“We are finally getting into the groove and getting our health back,” Pikiewicz said.

Ty Bentham was the winning goalie with 10 saves. Meanwhile, Dunkirk’s Gianni DeJesus and Nick Thompson split time between the pipes in a losing effort.

The Wolverines take on Chautauqua Lake today.

Silver Creek 6, Cassadaga Valley 1

SINCLAIRVILLE – Derek Catalano and Nate Serio had two goals each as Silver Creek-Forestville (6-6-1, 6-3-1) cruised past Cassadaga Valley (2-11-0, 2-8-0), 6-1, during CCAA Central boys soccer action Wednesday.

“I think the big thing for us was we were down four starters and everyone stepped up and played really well,” Silver Creek-Forestville head coach Dan Foy said.

Alex Loidl and Seth Pulver had a goal and an assist each while Connor Graves (two) and Mike McCarthy were credited with assists.

Adam Klajbor made seven saves to pick up the win in goal for the Black Knights.


North Collins 6, Pine Valley 0

NORTH COLLINS – Kyle Loretto recorded the hat trick to lift the North Collins Eagles (8-2-1, 7-1-1) to a 6-0 victory over Pine Valley (1-9, 1-11), in CCAA Central boys high school soccer.

David Lynch, Jacob Fyock and Luke Gier each scored one for the winners.

Gier and Chris Pulinski each had two assists while Jourdain Mathis and Ben Schubert added one assist apiece for the winners.

David Fera made his first varsity start in net and made four saves to preserve the shutout.

The Eagles return to action Friday Silver Creek at 6:30 p.m.