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HOLY ANGELS REPEATS WITH SOCCER TITLE

Holy Angels won its second consecutive Msgr. Martin Association girls soccer championship Wednesday with a 2-0 victory over Nardin at Canisius College.

Sophomore Bianca Vasquez scored first for the Angels (17-1). Senior Renee Harpster followed with her 55th goal of the season. Junior Jiovette Cruz recorded 16 saves for the shutout.

The Angels advance to play the New York City Catholic champion Nov. 7 on Long Island.

In Section VI girls soccer playoffs:

Class A quarterfinals: LaSalle advanced with a 3-1 victory over Kenmore East.

In Lancaster's 2-1 loss to Orchard Park on Tuesday, Karen Kumiega scored for the Redskins.

Class B quarterfinals: Freshman Rosie Luzak scored twice to lead Lewiston-Porter to a 5-1 win over Allegany/Limestone. Luzak's sister, Stephanie, also scored, along with Jessica Mann and Christy Canal. Jess Shaffer scored for Allegany/Limestone.

Sheryl Harrishburg, Bethany Starr and Michelle Wisniewski scored to lead Williamsville East over Olean, 3-2. Julie Smith had both goals for the losers.

Class D semifinal: Kathy Andolina scored with 3:52 left in first half to give North Collins a 1-0 victory over Cattaraugus. Kari Mudra had 12 saves for the winners.

Field hockey

Class B semifinals: Julie Gentner, Melissa Heffler and Julie Attea each scored to lead Williamsville South (12-1) to a 3-0 victory over last year's Section VI Class B champion, Iroquois (13-5-1). Billies goalie Elise Witman had 12 saves.

Libby Muffoletto scored in the first half to give Starpoint a 1-0 victory over Clarence. Monica Crane had the shutout.

Class C semifinals: Newfane eliminated the defending Section VI champions with a 2-1 victory over Akron. Akron lost in the state semifinals last year at Saratoga Springs. Senior Kate Apps scored the winner with five minutes remaining. After a scoreless first half, Amy Krupp gave Newfane a 1-0 lead. Jill Heist answered with a goal for Akron. It's the first trip to the finals for Newfane in three years

Junior Angela Scalzo scored twice as Wilson upended Eden, 3-1. Senior Jill Jablonski also scored for the Lakemen. The win sends Wilson to its first sectional final in 10 years.

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