Niagara Gazette — Grand Island boys’ soccer improved its record to 7-1 in the Niagara Frontier League (7-3 overall) by blanking North Tonawanda, 2-0, at Grand Island High School on Wednesday afternoon.
Troy Brady and Aaron Cook scored the Vikings’ goals. Justin Filler recorded seven saves to earn the shutout against the the Lumberjacks (4-5-1, 4-4 NFL).
Eden 2, Tonawanda 0
Jesse Bortz made nine saves in the losing effort for the Warriors (0-10, 0-6 NFL) against the Raiders (3-3).
Starpoint 7, W. Sen. East 1
Nick Dumond set a school record for points in a game with five as the Spartans downed the Trojans. Dumond had two goals and three assists and Ryan Schupp added two goals for the Spartans.
Lockport 4, Lew-Port 0
Jayme Wadosky made seven saves to finish with her fifth straight shutout as the Lions (10-0, 8-0 NFL) defeated the Lancers. Jill Golding, Miranda Kiff, Gretta Dry and Kennedy Smith lit the lamp for the Lions.
Grand Island 3, North Tonawanda 3
Madisyn Pezzino had a pair of goals and Julia Kelly scored the game-tying goal to knot up the Vikings’ contest against the Lumberjacks (7-2-1, 6-2-1 NFL). Kelly Nichols, Gina Malone and Nicole Malone notched goals for the Lumberjacks.
Tonawanda 7, Lackawanna 0
Goals were aplenty for Tonawanda’s girls soccer team, as they defeated the Lackawanna Steelers 7-0.
The Warriors (8-2, 7-0 ECIC), who were coming off of a big win over Holland, were on a high going into their contest with the Steelers (0-7), according to head coach Julie Johnson.
“The win over Holland was our first against them in five years, so our confidence was at an all-time high going into the Lackawanna game,” Johnson said. “We were a little sore and beat up from that too, so we figured that we’ll go into the (Steelers) game to work on a few things and we managed to come away with a good victory.”
Alexis Lilly, Hope Balling, Chezney Belcher, Shelby Stone, Kayle Stuart, Kristin Carson and Grace Stranahan each scored for the Warriors. Alanna Herne made two saves to record the shutout.