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The Final Score – Tuesday October 20, 2020

Feature Image Courtesy of Andrew Miller/SJCI

Field Hockey

Sacred Heart 5, Buffalo Seminary 0

Meagan Horton led the Sharks with two goals.

Soccer won a close one, 1-0, vs. @MSMThunder. The lone goal was scored on a PK by Cidnee Frymire. The MSM goalie made some amazing saves to keep the game close. 🦈⚽️ — Sacred Heart Sharks (@SHAathletics) October 20, 2020

Thank you seniors! #GOSEM 🏑🏑 — Buffalo Seminary Athletics (@HawkSquawks) October 20, 2020

Pioneer 7, East Aurora 1

Barker 6, Newfane 0

Roy-Hart 2, Medina 2

Akron 4, Kenmore 0

Girls Soccer

Sacred Heart 1, Mount St. Mary’s 0

Cidnee Frymire’s penalty kick was the difference in the Sharks 1-0 win over the Thunder.

St. Mary’s of Lancaster 4, Nichols 3

The Lancers win on the road. 🚙… We move to 3-0-1 and face Sacred Heart at D’Youville (Dobson Field) on Thursday! 🍂⚽️💙 St Mary’s Soccer | 4-3 W over Nichols — St Mary’s HS W Soccer (@SMH_WSoccer) October 21, 2020

Nardin 10, Mount Mercy 2

4-0-1 ‼️‼️ Great win today against Mt. Mercy (10-2) Next Game is Thursday at 4 PM vs. Nichols@NardinAthletics @NardinAcademy @PatrickJNagy @sportsunionwny @bufnewspreptalk @MonsignorMartin @WNYTomPrince @TBNSports — Nardin Girls Varsity Soccer (@NA_GVS) October 20, 2020

Olean 9, Dunkirk 0

Alexis Gibbons went nuts in the Huskies 9-0 win over Dunkirk. The senior scored three goals and assisted on another. Olean improves to 4-0-1 on the season

Lexi Gibbons scores in the 12th minute for Olean. Olean 1 Dunkirk 0. — Blaise O'Connor (@blazermaniac) October 20, 2020

Iroquois 6, Pioneer 1

The Lady Chiefs make it two wins in a row after defeating Pioneer at home.

Ellicottville 4, Pine Valley 0

Still undefeated! The Lady Eagles are 7-0 after blanking Pine Valley 4-0. Mandy Hurlburt had a goal and two assists.

Akron 4, Newfane 4

Hats off to the Lady Panthers (1-3-1) as they gave Akron all they could handle in a 4-4 tie. Rachel Chunco scored twice for Newfane while Kara Seguin had three goals for the Lady Tigers (3-2-1).

Silver Creek 5, N Collins 1

Carly Barrett scored twice and assisted on two others in the Lady Knights 5-1 win over N. Collins.

Westfield-Brocton 1, Maple Grove 0

Makena Barresi’s goal at the 13′ mark of the second half turned out to be the game winner.

Hamburg 4, Amherst 1

Frontier 3, Orchard Park 1

Abigail Szymkowiak made 10 saves in Frontier’s 3-1 win over OP. The Lady Falcons improve to 4-2-0 on the season and have another tough match-up Wednesday against Hamburg.

Frewsburg 2, Chautauqua Lake 0

Madison Voty recorded another shutout Tuesday in Frewsburg’s 2-0 win over Chautauqua Lake. Oty made 12 saves. The Lady Bears received goals from Alexandra Hultberg and Reagan Chitester.

Williamsville East 7, Starpoint 0

Emma Scalione had three goals and Gianna Tuzzolino had two of her own in the Lady Flames 7-0 win over the Lady Spartans.

East Aurora 8, Cheektowaga 0

Anna Bean led EA with four goals. Katie Kivari scored three!

Clarence 6, West Seneca West 0

6 different Red Devils scored in Clarence’s 6-0 win over West Seneca West.

Wilson 3, Roy-Hart 0

Lilly O’Lay scored all three goals for the Lakewomen in their big win over Roy-Hart. With the win, Wilson is in sole possession of first place in the Niagara Orleans division.

Albion 4, Barker 0

Abby Scanlon scored twice in the Purple Eagles 4-0 win over Barker.

Williamsville North 1, Lancaster 1

Holland 6, Tonawanda 1

Freshman Kierra Kline scored three goals including what proved to be the game winner for the Lady Dutchmen in their 6-1 win over Tonawanda. Holland is now 3-3-0.

Grand Island 8, Kenmore East 1

Ella Rudney had four goals and Ashley Mondoux scored twice and picked up three assists in the Lady Vikings win over the Lady Bulldogs. GI improves to 7-0-1.

Eden 0, Springville 0

Haley Pompeo made 10 saves for Eden.

JFK 8, Lackawanna 0

Claire Stack scored three times while Isabella Dauscher (9th Grade) and Kaitlyn Golubski had 2 goals each in JFK’s win over Lackawanna. Gillian Samul also scored for the Lady Bears to help earn their 2nd win of the season.

Southwestern 2, Fredonia 0

Brynne Conley scored both goals helping Southwestern defeat Fredonia.

Will South 6 West Seneca East 2

Ava Plezia had herself a day for the Lady Billies scoring four goals.

Falconer/CV 2, Jamestown 0 

Falconer-Cassadaga takes down Jamestown, Sarah Meder and Ali Davis scored goals in the 2-0 victory.

Kenmore West 9, CSAT 0

Laura Cohn tallied three goals for the Lady Blue Devils in a 9-0 shutout over CSAT. Anna Weise and Sara Stillwell combined for the shutout.

Randolph vs CLV – No Score

Boys Soccer

Niagara Wheatfield 5, CSAT 0

The Falcons were winless in their last four games heading into Tuesday afternoon’s match against CSAT. Vinie DiBello scored three goals to help Niagara Wheatfield get back into the win column.

Lockport 6, Niagara Falls 0

The Lions recorded 30 shots in a 6-0 win over Niagara Falls Tuesday. Ricardo Maye scored twice. Lockport improves to 5-1 in the Niagara Frontier League.

Alden 4, Springville-West Valley 0

The Bulldogs are a game over .500 (in their division) after posting a 4-0 victory over Springville-West Valley. Alden (5-2) had lost the last two matches to Lackawanna and Tonawanda after starting the season with four straight wins.

Grand Island 3, Kenmore East 0

Sean McMann, Brandon Farquharson and Josh Hunt all scored for the Vikings in their 3-0 shutout win over Kenmore East. Grand Island improves their NFL record to 6-1-0.

Nichols 3, St. Joe’s 1

@StJoesSoccer A few photos from today vs. Nichols. #FireItUp @SJCIAthletics — Andrew Miller (@amm703) October 21, 2020

St. Francis 1, Lancaster

Boys Golf

Canisius over St. Joe’s (186-203)

The Canisius golf team wrapped up their season with a 186-203 victory against St. Joes. The team finished the season with an undefeated 10-0 record. Alex Bakshi 21’ shot the low round of the day with a -1 35. The team is losing six seniors this year, who are all great players — Canisius HS Sports (@CanisiusSports) October 20, 2020

Girls Cross Country

Nichols 16, Mt Mercy 43

Nichols 26, Sacred Heart 36

Barker 17, Medina 38

Barker 17, Roy-Hart 38

Medina 24, Roy-Hart 31

Newfane 19, Akron 40

Newfane 15, Wilson 50

Akron 23, Wilson 32

XC with an impressive showing today in defeating @SMHAthletics while celebrating our 5 seniors and their amazing accomplishments!! @NardinAcademy @nardinxc — Nardin Athletics (@NardinAthletics) October 20, 2020

Boys Cross Country

Medina 22, Barker 33

Medina 19, Roy-Hart 41

Newfane 18, Akron 45

Newfane 15, Wilson 50

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