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Field Hockey Roundup – Tuesday, September 24th

Williamsville East knocked off Williamsville North in a 3-2 decision. Both teams now sit at 7-1, trailing Clarence by one game for the lead in ECIC.

Williamsville North’s Emma Roland kicked off the scoring a little over six minutes in. Jenna Cavalieri (Williamsville East) answered with two goals of her own, assisted by Courtney Maclay and Laura Kaplan. Roland tallied a second goal with two minutes left in the first half to even the score going into the half.

Courtney Maclay put home the game-winning goal at the 18-minute mark; Jenna Cavalieri had the assist.

Williamsville North will host Clarence on Wednesday; Williamsville East will host Amherst.

Iroquois defeated Williamsville South 2-0 and improves to 6-2 overall.

Iroquois goals were scored by Madison Kasten and Alexandra Wyman (assisted by Ashley Pitz).

Williamsville South’s Ella Smithers stopped 16 of 18 shots for an 88.89% save percentage.

Iroquois will visit neighboring East Aurora on Wednesday; Williamsville South will visit Orchard Park.

Maggie Kelkenberg’s 6-point performance (4 goals, 2 assists) helped lift Clarence over Pioneer in a 6-2 decision.

Madison Leeper (+2 assists) and Morgan Cole also scored for Clarence. Kailee Godesiabois had a pair of assists.

Amber Reisdorf and Morgan McAfee scored for Pioneer. Olivia Kempf had two assists.

Pioneer will host Holland on Wednesday; Clarence will make the trip to Williamsville North to take on the defending ECIC Champs.

A Clarence win here would give the Red Devils a 2-game lead in the race for the ECIC title; a loss would create a 3-way tie for first if Williamsville East also wins.

Hamburg defeated Starpoint 2-0 thanks to a pair of goals off the stick of Emily LoBello. Sydney Gordon, Jenna Crowley and Lyndsay Cyrek each had an assist.

Hamburg will host West Seneca on Wednesday; Starpoint will visit Lancaster.

Sweet Home trailed Holland by a goal going into the second half but delivered a 3-goal performance to win 3-2.

Sweet Home goals were scored by Alexis Mellerski, Kylie Tolsma (+1 assist) and Kelly Parucki. Megan Rude also had an assist.

Kelsey Robertson scored both of Holland’s goals.

Sweet Home will host Eden on Wednesday; Holland will visit Pioneer.

*** East Aurora @ West Seneca and Orchard Park @ Eden were rained out yesterday and will be rescheduled. ***

Later This Afternoon

Medina @ Wilson – 4:45pm

Roy-Hart @ Barker – 4:45pm

Newfane @ Kenmore-City Honors – 6:30pm

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